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Blundell and Cuthbert give Blues 2-0 lead to take to Paris in Champions League quarter-final

BY PAUL LAGAN Hannah Blundell’s wonder strike and a late low drive left-footed drive by Erin Cuthbert has given Chelsea a strong 2-0  lead in their hunt for Champions

Millwall boss Harris keen to do deal for Eastbourne Borough defender

BY RICHARD CAWLEY Millwall manager Neil Harris has admitted he is hoping to do a deal for Eastbourne Borough defender Harry Ransom. The Lions were linked this week with

Hercules Wimbledon AC round-up: McDowell a convincing winner in Hampton Court half-marathon

BY TOM POLLAK Richard McDowell continued his preparations for next month’s London Marathon with a convincing victory in the Hampton Court half-marathon. He turns 40 the week before the event

Herne Hill Harriers round-up: Taylor and Stillman produce fine runs at English Schools Cross Country Champs in Leeds

BY GEOFF JERWOOD There were brilliant runs by Jacob Taylor and Olivia Stillman at the English Schools’ Cross Country Championships in Leeds. Herne Hill Harriers’ young athletes competed for a

Women’s football: No Championship joy for Millwall as Charlton get ready for Manchester United visit

Millwall Lionesses are still rock bottom of the FA Women’s Championship after a 2-0 defeat at Lewes on Sunday. The hosts’ goals came from Jess King and Charlotte Owen. Beth

Surrey CCC start title defence against Essex – and will have England stars available

BY RICHARD CAWLEY Surrey start the defence of their County Championship Division One title on April 11 with a home game against Essex. The South Londoners are then on Royal

Anti-Brexit campaigner Mullins hails victory over former employee in ‘gig’ economy case

A plumber has lost his employment tribunal even though the Supreme Court backed his claim, that he was on the staff of a company who said he was self-employed. Pimlico

Dons stars hail players at a different level

AFC Wimbledon first-teamers Deji Oshilaja and Will Nightingale dashed away from training to present medals to teams at a unique football tournament on Tuesday. Club captain Deji and Will attended

Weef on the menu

By James Twomey An artist will take a retrospective look back on his career putting his works on the menu at an Italian restaurant. Weef On The Menu is an

Tony Lord recalls tales of the headmaster’s ferocious dog

Best for you dog-lovers out there not to read this piece. In 1949 the headmaster of Christ’s College, a private school at St Germans Place, Blackheath, owned a large white

Plumcroft Primary School, engine idling

By James Twomey Children from a primary school took to the streets to educate their parents and other drivers about idling engines and their impact on local air quality. The

The Dreamsy

By James Twomey Getting £1m for your birthday is something one can only dream about. But that’s exactly what happened to a director of a short film. Okay, the cash

Peter Craske on reycling in Bexley

Cllr Peter Craske is Bexley’s cabinet member for places For the past 14 years Bexley has achieved the highest recycling rate in London, and it’s thanks to our residents that

Daniel Francis on new social homes

Daniel Francis is leader of Labour Group in Bexley Earlier this month, Labour councillors set out proposals to increase expenditure for new social homes and outlined how austerity is hitting

Still Upbeat despite losing water crown to the Addicks

BY JAMES TWOMEY Footballers took part in an annual swimming race against a Down’s syndrome football team to promote a charity walk taking place in April. Four Charlton Athletic

Follow Elizabeth I for a walk

BY JAMES TWOMEY A famous royal painting will come to life with a performance procession inspired by the Armada Portrait of Elizabeth I. The procession will start at the

The fourth and largest ever Jazz Divas series from JBGB Events in their leading jazz cabaret venue The Pheasantry

JBGB Events join with their new venue partner Pizza Express Live in their leading jazz cabaret venue The Pheasantry on London’s Kings Road Chelsea. Over four months and nine concerts,

‘I beat my fear of dogs – now my four-legged friends let me have the life I want to have’

BY EMMA PENGELLY A blind mother has regained her confidence and freedom after conquering her fear of dogs. New Eltham-based Hetal Badpodra, 33, pictured, has been blind since birth

James Haddrell on the aftermath of Leaving Neverland

James Haddrell is the artistic and executive director of Greenwich Theatre Last week the major new documentary Leaving Neverland was aired, detailing the alleged abuse of two young boys committed

£40k donation to get more people into arts

BY JAMES TWOMEY A music, theatre and arts charity has launched a programme to reach more than 6,000 people and introduce them to the world of arts. The Blackheath

Have fun with a walk and help hospice

A family fun walk on May 11 will raise funds for a hospice. Lewisham resident Judy Debenham, who has worked at St Christopher’s Child Bereavement Service, Candle, for 11 years,

Trainers shop helping to get kids off streets

BY JAMES TWOMEY A trainer and clothing shop is offering a safe space for young people to get off the streets to avoid crime and violence. Crep Select, in

Mayor announces new social homes

BY SEAN DELANEY Plans for 14,000 new social homes to be built in London were announced by Mayor Sadiq Khan at a People’s Question Time event – yet none

Mo wows the crowds

BY ANDREW MCSTEEN Hundreds of children tried to catch up with Sir Mo Farah on Sunday. The attempt was doomed to failure as the multiple Olympic gold medal winner

Shevaun’s killer put behind bars for life

BY JAMES TWOMEY A man has been jailed for life for the murder of Shevaun Sorrell in Deptford last September. Dana Powell, 29, of Deptford Church Street was convicted

Two people convicted for killing a 66 year old man in Lewisham

A man and a woman have been convicted of stabbing a 66-year-old man to death in his home who was a distant relative of theirs. Aaron Woolcock, 30, of Lewisham,

Harris privileged to take Millwall to FA Cup quarter finals

BY RICHARD CAWLEY Millwall’s FA Cup adventure is over - but manager Neil Harris has described being in charge for their quarter-final tie against Brighton as “a privilege”. The

Heroics and excitement that Millwall provided to this season’s FA Cup should be remembered – and they did it despite selection limitations

MILLWALL 2 Pearce 70 O’Brien 79 BRIGHTON 2 Locadia 88 March 90+5 (Brighton win 5-4 on penalties) BY RICHARD CAWLEY AT THE DEN All goalkeepers make mistakes - you’ve just

Dons boss praises in-form striker Pigott – and takes pride in clean sheet record

BY RICHARD CAWLEY Wally Downes piled praise on Joe Pigott after the in-form AFC Wimbledon target-man struck his 13th goal of the season in Saturday’s crucial 1-0 win at Southend.

Anthony Wordsworth has message for AFC Wimbledon – and reveals why he knew they had chance of beating League One drop

BY RICHARD CAWLEY Anthony Wordsworth has warned his AFC Wimbledon team-mates not to ease up after their escape from the League One bottom four was given a huge boost at