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Brunel student chosen for England's Blind World Cup team

Hillingdon Times:

8:49am Thursday 2nd October 2014

HILLINGDON’S Matt Page says England’s Visually Impaired Cricket team don’t fear anyone as they prepare to head out to the Blind World Cup.

Sandy Lodge celebrates golfing double in county events

Hillingdon Times:

10:50am Monday 29th September 2014

SANDY Lodge at Northwood is celebrating wins in two of Hertfordshire’s premier golfing titles.

British tennis has rare talent in making - and she's from Ruislip, aged 14

Hillingdon Times:

7:01am Monday 29th September 2014

RUISLIP tennis coach Tim Blackman is tipping Martina Paladini Jennings for a great future in the sport.

War hero claims two golds for Britain at Invictus Games

Hillingdon Times:

9:52am Tuesday 16th September 2014

ROAD cyclist Jaco van Gass says he was never going to let pre-race nerves throw him off course as he claimed double gold at the first ever Invictus Games, presented by Jaguar Land Rover.

GB wheelchair rugby team show character to claim late victory - and a gold medal

Hillingdon Times:

9:50am Tuesday 16th September 2014

WHEELCHAIR rugby player Stuart Robinson says the way that Britain overcame early nerves to win gold at the inaugural Invictus Games was a credit to their character.

FootGolf - it's just like peanut butter and jelly (if you know what I mean)!

Hillingdon Times:

11:56am Sunday 7th September 2014

HANGER Lane pitch-and-putt golf course has a new attraction. FootGolf, like peanut butter and jelly, pairs two ingredients that shouldn’t complement each other, but somehow work.

J-T ready to make up for lost time after missing golden summer

Hillingdon Times:

7:48am Sunday 7th September 2014

KATARINA Johnson-Thompson has vowed to end her injury nightmare and make up for lost time next year after a niggling foot injury spoiled her summer.

Hayes & Yeading face borough rivals on Non-League Day

Hillingdon Times:

5:50pm Friday 5th September 2014

IT’S derby day for Hayes & Yeading United on Non-League Day tomorrow as they face borough rivals Wealdstone at York Road, Maidenhead, 3pm.

RUGBY'S BACK: Warrior Chris says he can still catch selectors' eyes

Hillingdon Times:

9:50am Friday 5th September 2014

HE may be plying his trade in the Greene King IPA Championship this season, but according to Worcester Warrior Chris Pennell his England dream remains very much alive.

Don't rule me out of a return to Wales team, says Jones

Hillingdon Times:

9:40am Friday 5th September 2014

HE may be recovering from ankle surgery, but Bristol back-rower Ryan Jones is refusing to rule out a return to international rugby with Wales, despite dropping down into the Greene King IPA Championship this season.

Beckett joins Surbiton's assault on domestic hockey title

Hillingdon Times:

3:15pm Thursday 4th September 2014

DAVID BECKETT is confident his young Surbiton side will thrive on their new attacking style as they prepare to make the next step, to challenge for the title this season.

British basketball starts funding fightback with all-star Brunel event

Hillingdon Times: Courtside: all-stars at Brunel

7:16pm Wednesday 18th June 2014

BRITISH basketball began the fightback after having its funding with an event at Brunel University designed to demonstrate the talent that exists in this country.

One last burning ambition for Britain's sea-going hero Sir Ben Ainslie

Hillingdon Times: Sir Ben Ainslie: our ablest of seamen

9:52am Thursday 12th June 2014

SIR Ben Ainslie likes to defy the odds, but his latest race against time could test even his skill at generating something from nothing.

Sandy Lodge to host Women's Senior Golf championship

Hillingdon Times: In demand: Sandy Lodge is making a name in the golf world

7:25pm Sunday 6th April 2014

SANDY Lodge Golf Club in Northwood is hosting the 2014 English Senior Women's Amateur Championship from April 22-25.

Ashton: I'm not giving up on my England place

Hillingdon Times: Marriott trio: Ashton, centre, with Matt Mulland Henry Thomas

5:13pm Wednesday 5th March 2014

CHRIS Ashton insists his ambition to star on the international rugby stage has never burned more fiercely after being overlooked by coach Stuart Lancaster in this year’s Six Nations.

Wasps stars join youngsters at Premiership Rugby Cup

Hillingdon Times: Joining the party: boys from Beaconsfield Rugby Club

8:02am Wednesday 26th February 2014

YOUNGSTERS from West London will have the opportunity of a lifetime this weekend when they take part in the Land Rover Premiership Rugby Cup, under the watchful eyes of London Wasps wings Tom Varndell and Christian Wade.

Hillingdon's sports heroes receive Mayor's Awards

Hillingdon Times: Five in a row? Ratneswaran certainly hopes so

8:22am Thursday 20th February 2014

ATHLETES, sports clubs and volunteers in Hillingdon were recognised in the Mayor’s Awards for Sporting Achievement.

Harefield pupil to represent West London in table tennis finals

Hillingdon Times: Finalist: Mitchell Jones, right, who has been playing the sport for seven years

8:19am Thursday 20th February 2014

A HILLINGDON student was crowned winner of the table tennis U19 category in the Jack Petchey Foundation London Schools Individual Finals.

Nothing's going to stop me says fencing champion as he bids for fifth title

Hillingdon Times: Five in a row? Ratneswaran certainly hopes so

4:48pm Wednesday 19th February 2014

FENCER Maiyuran Ratneswaran insists nothing will stand in his way as he bids for a fifth successive men’s sabre title at the BUCS Gatorade Nationals on Sunday.

Badminton ace Penty just happy to be back on court after injury hell

Hillingdon Times: Back in action: Toby Penty

12:03pm Monday 10th February 2014

A SPOT in the men’s singles final proved a step too far for Toby Penty, but he was just happy to back feeling like his old self at the English National Badminton Championships at the weekend.

Six-time badminton champion remains focused on keeping his crown

Hillingdon Times: Supremely confident: Rajiv Ouseph

9:29pm Thursday 6th February 2014

AS a six-time winner, Rajiv Ouseph admits that winning over the neutrals at this weekend’s English National Badminton Championships could be a tricky task.

My incredible Olympics: golden boy Ben Ainslie talks to Hillingdon Times about London 2012 and beyond

Hillingdon Times: Ainslie: I still get goosebumps about my home Olympics

1:28pm Wednesday 31st July 2013

BRITAIN'S most successful Olympic sailor Sir Ben Ainslie talks to the Hillingdon Times and looks back on his 2012 Olympic Games success

Robshaw: lnspiring leader of our pack, says Toby Flood

Hillingdon Times: England trio (from left): Toby Flood, Owen Farrell and Jonathan Joseph

8:32am Thursday 7th February 2013

ENGLAND'S Six Nations opening victory against Scotland marked almost a year to the day that Chris Robshaw was first installed as captain by the then new coach Stuart Lancaster.

I'm always learning and improving, says England rugby hotshot Owen Farrell

Hillingdon Times: England trio (from left): Toby Flood, Owen Farrell and Jonathan Joseph

8:28am Thursday 7th February 2013

OWEN Farrell seems to have the world at his feet but insists he is far from being the finished article.

England skipper Robshaw in side on merit, says Croft

Hillingdon Times: Croft: facing a fight to regain his England place

10:51am Friday 18th January 2013

CHRIS Robshaw has proved he’s the right man to captain England, according to teammate Tom Croft, who believes the Quins flanker is in the side on merit, not just for his leadership.

Euroleague basketball finale coming to London

Hillingdon Times: Croowd-pleaser: the Euroleague basketball finals

11:52am Monday 3rd December 2012

BRITISH basketball has received a major boost this week with news that the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four will be heading to the 02 Arena next May.

Wasps legend Haskell 'has it all to do to make England side'

Hillingdon Times: Haskell: England queue in front of him

3:19pm Wednesday 7th November 2012

JAMES Haskell returned to Wasps to nail an England starting spot, but former Red Rose skipper Lewis Moody admits he still has some way to go.

England performance comes before results this autumn, says rugby legend Lewis Moody

Hillingdon Times: Moody: autumn is all about preparation

3:10pm Wednesday 7th November 2012

WORLD Cup winner Lewis Moody insists its performances and not results that will be occupying the mind of England skipper Chris Robshaw ahead of a punishing four-week autumn international schedule.

School of Hard Knocks helping Jeremy & Co into a job

Hillingdon Times: Motivation: Jeremy and his colleagues are benefiting from sport

6:51pm Friday 2nd November 2012

JEREMY van Kralingen is bidding to improving his job prospects through a rugby scheme backed by Lions legends Scott Quinnell and Will Greenwood after being failed by traditional employment methods.

Hillingdon rugby prospect aiming for World Cup

Hillingdon Times: Star cast: Anthony, centre, with the England coaching staff

4:19pm Wednesday 26th September 2012

HILLINGDON starlet Anthony Watson is hoping to use some London Olympic exposure to fire him all the way to his own taste of the home crowd at the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

Great Starts campaign can help put roller skating on Olympic agenda

Hillingdon Times: Olympic boost: Anne-Marie Waugh flanked by Chris Hoy and Laim Tancock

4:41pm Tuesday 25th September 2012

THE DUST might have only just settled on London 2012, but Anne-Marie Waugh is already looking forward to the 2020 Games after her campaign to see roller skates under the bright Olympic lights received a boost last week.

Kamara: Expect Hoops to be in a Battle Royal next week

Hillingdon Times: QPR will be eyeing the Capital One Cup, says Kamara

4:18pm Thursday 20th September 2012

TV PUNDIT Chris Kamara believes the days of the Capital One Cup being an afterthought for Premier League clubs is long gone – and he reckons the likes of QPR will be desperate to sniff out some silverware this season.

South Ruislip jumper takes podium place

Hillingdon Times: South Ruislip jumper takes podium place

3:12pm Sunday 12th August 2012

SOUTH RUISLIP long jumper Daniel Bramble says he will learn from his mistakes after finishing his season on a high by reaching the McCain Jumps & Throws Fest podium on Saturday.

Why Denise is happy to see her British record broken

Hillingdon Times: Golden girl: Jessica Ennis

8:23am Saturday 16th June 2012

FORMER OLYMPIC gold medallist Denise Lewis insists Jess Ennis can cope with the pressure of being Britain’s greatest medal hope at London 2012 after claiming the Sheffield star is in the form of her life.

I've got rhythm - and an eye on the Olympics, says Frankie

Hillingdon Times: Rings of fire: Frankie with Denis Lewis

8:21am Saturday 16th June 2012

FRANKIE Jones may be the top-ranked rhythmic gymnast in the country but she is taking nothing for granted ahead of Olympic selection next month.

Care's the No.1 pick for England, says Dawson

Hillingdon Times: Danny boy: Care's ready for England

8:21pm Tuesday 29th May 2012

WORLD Cup winner Matt Dawson has called on England boss Stuart Lancaster to forgive and forget this summer and hand the Aviva Premiership’s form scrum-half Danny Care the No.9 jersey in South Africa.

Injured Croft eyeing summer on treatment table

Hillingdon Times: Croft: championing Barbarians game

6:31pm Thursday 17th May 2012

TOM CROFT is adamant there will be a silver lining to his summer on the Leicester treatment table – a chance to finally secure some rest and recuperation after 18 months of near continuous rugby.

Ex-Lion Bentley inspires last-match victory

Hillingdon Times: Inspirational: John Bentley

10:08pm Monday 30th April 2012

WANSTEAD RFC enjoyed a day to remember when former England and Lions wing John Bentley gave a motivational team talk ahead of their final game of the season.

Croft upbeat ahead of Welsh Six Nations challenge

Hillingdon Times: Tom Croft: The Tigers flanker is vowing to show he’s very much alive and kicking.

3:49pm Tuesday 21st February 2012

AGED just 26, Tom Croft has picked up the unwanted tag of being the ‘old man’ of England’s back row – but as Wales come to town the Tigers flanker is vowing to show he’s very much alive and kicking.

Ryan returns for Heroes Rugby Challenge at Twickenham

Hillingdon Times: Ryan returns for Heroes Rugby Challenge

11:31am Wednesday 26th October 2011

FORMER GLOUCESTER boss Dean Ryan admits he couldn’t be happier to be involved in the Heroes Rugby Challenge – but that doesn’t mean he’ll be dusting down his boots.

Shaw tipped to play major part in World Cup

Hillingdon Times: Danny Grewcock is tipping England to peak at the World Cup

11:54am Wednesday 24th August 2011

DANNY Grewcock believes Courtney Lawes is the best second row in England – but despite his advancing years, the World Cup winner is adamant Simon Shaw will have a major part to play at the World Cup.

One year until Olympic celebrations

11:17am Thursday 21st July 2011

RELIEF manager Bonnie Tarpey-Wronski will be rubbing shoulders with 2012 chairman Lord Coe at St Pancras International as part of London’s one-year to go Olympic celebrations.

O'Meara extends unbeaten run

Hillingdon Times: Steve O'Meara, right, defeated JJ Bird on points: Action Images

10:54am Monday 15th December 2008

Steve O'Meara earned a comprehensive points victory over Matt Scriven in Brentwood on Saturday night.

United held by Team Bath

10:00am Monday 1st December 2008

Hayes and Yeading United had to settle for a 1-1 draw with Team Bath on Saturday in the Blue Square South promotion battle.

Reds looking for upset

9:40am Saturday 22nd November 2008

Uxbridge will be looking to get back on track and cause an upset in the FA Trophy today when they host Dorchester Town.

Wood search for new manager

9:30am Friday 21st November 2008

Northwood are looking for a new manager after Colin Payne stepped down at the weekend.

Bromley blow for United

9:38am Thursday 20th November 2008

Hayes and Yeading United's promotion hopes were dented after they were beaten 1-0 at Bromley in the Blue Square South on Tuesday night.

Reds stun title favourites

9:30am Wednesday 19th November 2008

Uxbridge caused a major surprise after beating title favourites Truro City 5-2 on Saturday in the BGB South and West.

Shock defeat for Wood

9:30am Tuesday 18th November 2008

Northwood crashed to a surprise 1-0 defeat at bottom club Witham Town in Ryman One North on Saturday.

United leave it late at Clarence Park

Hillingdon Times: Danny Allen-Page

10:08am Monday 17th November 2008

A late free-kick by Will Hendry ensured Hayes and Yeading United earned a vital 1-1 draw at in-form St Albans City on Saturday in the Blue Square South.

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