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Brentford can pile on agony for former boss Rosler

Ealing Times:

9:08am Friday 17th October 2014

SAM Saunders and Nico Yennaris returned to training this week to hand Brentford a boost ahead of their trip to face former boss Uwe Rosler and Wigan Athletic.

New deal aims to keep skipper Craig at Griffin Park

Ealing Times:

9:03am Friday 17th October 2014

BRENTFORD have offered a new contract to captain Tony Craig.

Wheelchair tennis star (and Brentford fan) seeks redemption on road to Rio

Ealing Times:

2:52pm Thursday 9th October 2014

FOR most British athletes, the London Olympic or Paralympic Games were the pinnacle of their sporting careers, but for wheelchair tennis star Andy Lapthorne it was the scene of his biggest regret.

Brief encounter with life as tour pro delights club golfer Sergio

Ealing Times:

1:05pm Wednesday 8th October 2014

SERGIO Santos Witkowski admits that a unique opportunity to briefly taste life as a professional golfer is something he’ll never forget.

Irish pair fit to continue for Bees against Reading

Ealing Times:

10:57am Friday 3rd October 2014

ALAN JUDGE and Alan McCormack have been passed fit for Brentford’s clash with Reading tomorrow.

Acton girl selected for England football squad

Ealing Times:

9:27am Thursday 2nd October 2014

ACTON girl and Portland Place School pupil Sabrina Ragazzo is celebrating being selected for the U16 Girls Independent Schools Football Association (ISFA) national team squad.

Matt and Amin chosen to play in Blind Cricket World Cup

Ealing Times:

8:57am Thursday 2nd October 2014

MATT PAGE says England’s Visually Impaired Cricket team don’t fear anyone as they prepare to head out to the Blind World Cup.

Bees buoyant ahead of Watford trip

Ealing Times:

6:20am Tuesday 30th September 2014

BRENTFORD boss Mark Warburton is set to name an unchanged XI for tonight’s game at Watford, following Saturday’s impressive 2-0 victory over Leeds United.

Bees ponder recall for skipper Craig against Leeds

Ealing Times:

9:13am Friday 26th September 2014

CAPTAIN Tony Craig is pushing for a recall to Brentford’s starting XI for tomorrow’s clash with Leeds United at Griffin Park.

Yennaris doubt for Bees' trip to Middlesbrough

Ealing Times:

8:33am Friday 19th September 2014

NICO YENNARIS is a doubt ahead of Brentford’s trip to Middleborough tomorrow, as the Bees look to bounce back from Tuesday’s 3-0 home defeat to Norwich City.

Scottish Exiles eager to keep winning momentum going against Bedford

Ealing Times:

6:10pm Friday 19th September 2014

WITH maximum points and six tries from two Greene King IPA Championship games, you would think London Scottish’s Mark Bright is a happy man right now.

War hero claims two golds for Britain at Invictus Games

Ealing Times:

9:47am 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

Ealing Times:

9:43am 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.

Bees facing back-to-back home games

Ealing Times:

7:53am Friday 12th September 2014

BRENTFORD entertain Brighton and Hove Albion at Griffin Park tomorrow, before welcoming Norwich City on Tuesday evening.

RUGBY UNION: Critical weekend for England Sevens hopes

Ealing Times:

7:59am Friday 12th September 2014

CHRISTIAN Lewis-Pratt says England are primed for the Manchester leg of the European Sevens Grand Prix this weekend and believes it will be a crucial tournament in the squad’s preparation for the upcoming HSBC World Sevens Series.

Megan far from disconsolate after Burghley elimination

Ealing Times:

10:37am Tuesday 9th September 2014

MEGAN HEATH admits she was hoping for more at this year’s Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials, even though her preparations for the trip to Lincolnshire were far from ideal.

Northolt boy signs off in perfect style from Games

Ealing Times:

10:11am Tuesday 9th September 2014

WHEELCHAIR table tennis player Nicko Anderson admits defending his title at the Sainsbury’s School Games was the perfect way to sign off from the competition.

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

Ealing Times:

11:54am 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.

RUGBY'S BACK: Don't rule me out of a return to Wales team, says Jones

Ealing Times:

9:43am 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.

Warrior Stuart says he can still catch the eye in the Championship

Ealing Times:

9:23am 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.

Surrey stars Roy and Ansari nominated for LV award

Ealing Times:

10:36am Thursday 7th August 2014

A SHORT-FORM specialist in his youth, Jason Roy has not missed the opportunity to learn from a string of Test match legends at Surrey.

Sainsbury's 'star' Shirley leads her own parade at Anniversary Games

Ealing Times:

11:41am Thursday 24th July 2014

SHIRLEY BOWES experienced a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity on Sunday as she helped revive the London 2012 spirit at the Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games.

UK Challenge pits toughest corporate teams against each other

Ealing Times:

1:05pm Tuesday 8th July 2014

IT HAS been six years since Leo Muid enjoyed glory in the wilderness, but this time it was made all the sweeter after he battled against Olympians in Snowdonia.

Paralympic glory days return to Olympic Park next month

Ealing Times:

1:52pm Thursday 3rd July 2014

FOR the first time since the London 2012 Paralympic Games, international swimmers will compete in the London Aquatics Centre as part of National Paralympic Day on Saturday, August 30.

Proud moment as Michael leads out elite athletes

Ealing Times:

9:01pm Tuesday 1st July 2014

ACTON’S Michael King experienced a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity at the weekend during the Sainsbury’s British Athletics Championships as he took to the track alongside the UK’s finest.

Four into one won't go for that Team GB spot, admits Olympic hopeful Andrews

Ealing Times: Sail trio: Andrews (centre) with Elliot Willis and Luke Patience

7:51am Friday 27th June 2014

HE WAS his hero growing up, then he was a training partner ahead of the Beijing and London Olympics, but now Mark Andrews is desperate to emulate Sir Ben Ainslie in Team GB colours.

Round the Island scramble is welcome relief for Olympic sailing hopeful

Ealing Times: Busman's holiday: Luke Patience on his weekend 'off' on the Isle of Wight

12:07pm Tuesday 24th June 2014

WITH the likes of Sir Ben Ainslie not competing at the 2016 Rio Olympics, it now falls on the next generation of Team GB stars to impress – and Luke Patience is determined to do just that in Brazil.

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

Ealing Times: Sir Ben Ainslie: our ablest of seamen

9:49am 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.

Laura Trott has Commonwealth Games in her sights - then it's on to streets of London

Ealing Times: Laura Trott: join her in RideLondon

2:35pm Wednesday 11th June 2014

DOUBLE Olympic champion Laura Trott is determined to right the wrongs of Delhi four years ago after being named in the Team England cycling squad for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

Man of moment Mike Brown just keeps putting in hard yards

Ealing Times: Mike Brown: momentous season for Quins and England

3:59pm Monday 19th May 2014

HARLEQUINS’ Mike Brown admits he is still getting used to the increased attention on him this year after being named Aviva Premiership Rugby Player of the Season on Thursday night.

Quins veteran Easter not yet ready to hand over to new guard

Ealing Times: Nick Easter: two trophies to treasure from this season

3:57pm Monday 19th May 2014

HARLEQUINS captain Nick Easter has no intention of handing his No.8 shirt over to the new guard just yet, insisting his competitive nature drives him on.

Vunipola's challenge is to resist the pretenders for his England shirt

Ealing Times: Billy Vunipola: England coach's 'must-have' man

10:28am Wednesday 14th May 2014

HE has experienced the most meteoric rise from Aviva Premiership novice to international stalwart.

Manu's looking a good bet for England wing, says Monye

Ealing Times: Monye: Forget positions, get your best players on pitch together

8:58am Wednesday 14th May 2014

FORMER British Lion Ugo Monye insists Leicester wrecking ball Manu Tuilagi must turn his attentions to the wing for England or risk missing out on a starting spot at next summer’s World Cup.

Northampton have unfinished business if they can make Aviva final

Ealing Times: Foden: aims to move up pecking order at full-back

8:50am Wednesday 14th May 2014

A VIRTUAL ever-present under previous boss Martin Johnson but now on the periphery under Stuart Lancaster, Northampton Saints full-back Ben Foden admits the next two months are crucial to his chances of featuring for England at the 2015 World Cup.

The making of an unlikely champion - in Hanwell's boxing academy

Ealing Times: Pupil and master: Baba, left, with his mentor

7:42pm Monday 24th March 2014

IT was at Haverstock School in Camden that Cuban Boxing Academy founder Marcos Camejo met a champion who would rival all others.

Southall Under-11 boys go for glory on Sunday

Ealing Times: Raring to go: Manny Asare and his unbeaten side

8:46am Thursday 20th March 2014

THE Under-11 team from Southall Youth FC hope to be crowned London FA cup winners in their age group this Sunday.

Wasps prop Mullan just buzzing to be England starter

Ealing Times: England outsider: Matt Mullan, left, with Christ Ashton, centre, and Henry Thomas

4:29pm Thursday 6th March 2014

HE may be down the pecking order currently for England, but London Wasp Matt Mullan is determined to impress Stuart Lancaster and become a regular ahead of next year’s World Cup.

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

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

5:18pm Wednesday 5th March 2014

CHRIS Ashton insists his ambition to star on the international 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

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

7:59am 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.

'People used to think goalkeepers were crazy' - Friedel on a possible future in management

Ealing Times: Brad Friedel has spent the past five years working on his coaching badges and preparing for life once he hangs up his gloves

12:43pm Monday 24th February 2014

He may be 42 but Brad Friedel proved why he is still mixing it with the top goalkeepers around Europe when he put the Haringey Independent through its paces at Tottenham Hotspur’s impressive Enfield training complex.

Ouseph made to sweat before claiming seventh badminton title

Ealing Times: Familiar figure: badminton ace Rajiv Ouseph

11:47am Monday 10th February 2014

RAJIV Ouseph made it seven men’s singles in a row at the English National Badminton Championships on Sunday, but he wants more players to try to knock him off his perch.

Six-time badminton champion remains focused on keeping his crown

Ealing Times: Supremely confident: Rajiv Ouseph

9:17pm 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.

Quins man's England career about to take wing - but at full-back

Ealing Times: Cooking up a treat: Mike Brown, David Wilson and Tom Youngs

3:41pm Tuesday 29th October 2013

MIKE Brown has had to wait in the wings for the majority of his England career.

Sledge hockey skipper eyeing place at Sochi Winter Olympics

Ealing Times: Sochi, here we come: Warner and teammates bid for Olympic place

5:23pm Wednesday 16th October 2013

IT MAY have been seven years since his last Winter Games appearance, but the Paralympic fire still burns brightly in British sledge hockey skipper Ian Warner.

Ex-rower Greenhalgh saddles up for battle with Olympic specialists in RideLondon cycle race

Ealing Times: Laura Greenhalgh (far right), former World Champs rowing silver medallist in 2009, took up cycling just a year ago

8:13am Monday 5th August 2013

LAURA Greenhalgh admitted a swell of emotion as hordes of fans roared her down the home straight on The Mall in the inaugural Prudential RideLondon Women's Grand Prix on Saturday.

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

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

1:14pm Wednesday 31st July 2013

Britain’s most successful ever Olympic sailor Sir Ben Ainslie talks to the Ealing Times and looks back on his London Olympic Games success

Britain's bob-bobbing along nicely, says rugby convert Nwume

Ealing Times: Happy Henry: Nwume has switched naturally from rugby to bobsleigh

11:57am Thursday 25th July 2013

FORMER London Wasps player Henry Nwume insists British bobsleigh has never been in better shape ahead of an Olympics - and he's determined not to miss out on the party in Russia.

Hoggard's happy as Ashes fever grips Ealing Cricket Club

Ealing Times: Hoggard's happy as Ashes fever grips Ealing Cricket Club

11:43am Thursday 25th July 2013

FORMER England fast bowler Matthew Hoggard wants Ealing Cricket Club to make the most of the Ashes this summer – and he's adamant the benefits will be far-reaching.

Toby Flood: Why skipper Robshaw is key to England's rugby success

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

8:39am 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.

England rugby hotshot Owen Farrell still learning and improving

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

8:37am Thursday 7th February 2013

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

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