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Havering’s younger athletes finished fourth in their National Youth Development League Premier Division opener at Bracknell.

Tom Westley has the trophy, caps and scars to show for a rollercoaster year.

The Chelmsford club head to the Ageas Bowl looking to make it back-to-back wins in the 2018 County Championship Division One

Awesome Andy Carroll stepped from the bench to net a late, late leveller for the Hammers at London Stadium, where he left David Moyes men seven points clear of relegation with just five games left to play.

Carroll set for West Ham comeback

Friday, April 13, 2018

Andy Carroll is poised to climb off the treatment table and play a part in West Ham’s survival bid.

Supersub Javier Hernàndez stepped from the bench to net a lifeline leveller at soggy, saturated Stamford Bridge, where this valuable point lifted the Hammers six points clear of the Premier League drop-zone.

West Ham boss says Michail Antonio will be ‘a big miss’ after confirming the winger will miss the rest of the season through injury.

West Ham United head for Chelsea in the Premier League on Sunday, looking to move further clear of the relegation zone.

The 61-year-old is confident his old club will remain in the Premier League after Saturday’s 3-0 win at the London Stadium

David Moyes says his West Ham players are prepared for any more potential crowd trouble this weekend.

Gareth Southgate was pleased to see his England team playing with a smile as World Cup preparations continued with a deserved win in Holland.

West Ham United attacker Michail Antonio has backed himself to help the club survive the drop.

‘Nothing has changed’ insists shellshocked Noble after Swansea drubbing

Mauricio Pochettino insists he is not concerned about Tottenham losing more ground on the top four after being held by West Ham.

Dave Evans looks at the rollercoaster ride that has faced West Ham fans so far this season

Dogged and determined, the Hammers silenced Arsenal’s big guns to share the spoils at London Stadium, where David Moyes’ influence again cast its shadow across a West Ham United side that frustrated and flummoxed Arséne Wenger’s team.

Hammer Carroll castigated for costing the team victory at Burnley

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Essex (227 & 334-7d) beat Yorkshire (111 & 74) by 376 runs

Hammers defeat against Spurs has the doubters and press back on the sacking bandwagon

Simon Harmer hit his maiden half-century for Essex, as Steven Patterson and John Brooks took three wickets each to help Yorkshire secure their Division One place for another year on the first day of their last Specsavers County Championship match of the season.

Essex entertain Yorkshire at The Cloudfm County Ground for the final Specsavers County Championship match of the season, looking to end the year unbeaten.

The reality of what Essex have achieved this season will be made flesh later this week when Ryan ten Doeschate holds aloft the Specsavers County Championship trophy in front of the pavilion at Chelmsford.

Hammers manager delighted with dominat first-half display against Bolton Wanderers

Tom Westley wants Essex’s present-day champions to create a lasting legacy that stands them alongside the legends of the 1970s, 80s and 90s in the club’s history.

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