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Ice hockey in Romford: Rich Tomalin

Saturday, February 10, 2018

Richard Tomalin began playing ice hockey in Romford in 1988 for the under-14 Havering Hurricanes.

The family of three-year-old neuroblastoma sufferer Isla Caton are just £40,000 off their fundraising target.

Ex-Hammers manager Alan Curbishley thinks the new manager is a good fit for West Ham

Stuart Pearce has returned to West Ham United as assistant to new manager David Moyes.

If you don’t run, you don’t play warning from David Moyes

Former Everton and Manchester United boss can’t wait to get started at West Ham

Spurs fan Kevin Fitzgerald plays his part in promoting Prostate Cancer UK’s Football to Amsterdam fundraiser with recent cycle

HockeyFest: England star Ward on tour!

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Great Britain and England international Sam Ward will visit seven clubs in one day as part of this year’s HockeyFest celebration.

Romford will go into the hat for the FA Cup first qualifying round draw after earning a replay with Stowmarket Town.

Boro travel to Suffolk to take on the Old Gold and Blacks, who signed ex-Sunderland defender Titus Bramble earlier this month

If all the tension and drama of polling day has left you a little confused, here’s the Recorder’s guide to what you can expect as the 2017 general election comes to a climax.

As voters prepare for June 8, here’s a guide to what happens when the polling ends...

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