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Millwall’s performance at Derby County one of the best away displays of Neil Harris’ managerial reign at Den

BY JAKE SANDERS Neil Harris described Millwall's victory at Derby County as one of the best away performances during his time as Lions boss. It looked like the South Londoners

Derby 0 Millwall 1 – Jed Wallace strikes to deservedly earn Lions a second Championship away win of the season

BY JAKE SANDERS Jed Wallace's second-half goal was enough to give Millwall their first Championship victory since New Year's Day and move them five points clear of the relegation zone.

Double hat-trick as Kirby and England hit three apiece as Blues thrash Bristol 6-0

BY PAUL LAGAN paul@slpmedia.co.uk Chelsea 6 v Bristol City 0 Fran Kirby and Beth England smashed home a hat-trick apiece as Chelsea ran riot against Bristol City tonight at Kingsmeadow. 

Derby County v Millwall team line-ups: Hutchinson and Marshall the Lions changes at Pride Park

BY JAKE SANDERS Ben Marshall immediately comes back into Millwall starting 11 in one of two changes for their trip to Derby County this evening.   Shaun Hutchinson – who

Millwall-Brighton set for March 17 – live on BBC One – and it’s a bonus that they get extra day of recovery after Birmingham exertions

BY RICHARD CAWLEY Millwall’s FA Cup quarter-final with Brighton & Hove Albion will take place on Sunday March 17. The tie at The Den will kick off at 2pm and

New Covent Garden Market is best in UK

New Covent Garden Market has been recognised as the best wholesale market in the UK. The famous hub in Nine Elms, which supplies fresh fruit and vegetables to London’s top

Pair stole free newspapers for recycling

BY TOBY PORTER toby@slpmedia.co.uk Two men have been convicted of stealing free newspapers for recycling in what is believed to be the first ruling of its kind. Jhon Mejia, 32

This Arthurian tale opts for decidedly Sarf London feel

BY TOBY PORTER toby@slpmedia.co.uk It might be a shock to some youngsters but the middle ages is not the time when grown-ups started watching Strictly Come Dancing. Probably the best

He’s Chuking it in

STREATHAM MP: TIME’S RIGHT TO DITCH ‘OLD FASHIONED’ LABOUR BY TOBY PORTER toby@slpmedia.co.uk Streatham MP Chuka Umunna has resigned from the Labour party, saying he will sit as part of

Best businesses announced

The winners of the best business awards have been announced for local companies which provide growth in their communities. The annual Best of Royal Greenwich Business Awards were presented on

Choose your best teacher

Parents and students will have the opportunity to nominate their teachers at the London Teacher of the Year awards which highlights the hard work done by teachers for disadvantaged pupils.

Town hall chief slams impact of new benefit on claimants

BY JAMES TWOMEY james@slpmedia.co.uk A man with brittle bones and arthritis has lost up to £100 a week after being forced on to a new benefit. The claimant is just

£1.1m boost for firefighters of the future

BY JAMES TWOMEY james@slpmedia.co.uk A new training unit for would-be firefighters has received a £1.1million funding boost from the Mayor of London to increase the number of cadets in the

Students stand in solidarity with security staff

BY JAMES TWOMEY james@slpmedia.co.uk Security guards and around 100 students took part in a protest at a university last week over outsourcing and discriminatory treatment of security officers. The protest

Construction of dozens of new homes begins

The construction of new affordable homes has started in Charlton. Woodpecker Gardens is the second site being developed by Meridian Home Start, which is funded by Greenwich council. The 32

First degree in black British history

BY JAMES TWOMEY james@slpmedia.co.uk A degree in black British history has been offered for the very first time by a university in the UK. Goldsmiths University in New Cross has

Community rallies round burgled cafe

BY TIM MCNULTY toby@slpmedia.co.uk A popular community cafe hit by a burglary last month was helped back on its feet after customers launched a fundraiser. Supporters of the Old Cottage

Man charged over murder

BY JAMES TWOMEY james@slpmedia.co.uk A man who was murdered in East Dulwich has been described as a “family man” who was just on his way home. Dennis Anderson, 39, from Lewisham,

Pollutant fears if an incinerator is built

BY JAMES TWOMEY james@slpmedia.co.uk At least one school has not been consulted about a proposed energy park incinerator which will increase the amount of pollutants in the air. Cory Riverside

Joe Pigott gets first senior hat-trick as AFC Wimbledon pull off dramatic win at Rochdale

BY RICHARD CAWLEY AFC Wimbledon produced the perfect response to their FA Cup exit as Joe Pigott's hat-trick earned them a dramatic 4-3 win at Rochdale. The Dons are still

Millwall’s track record of success – and drama – under manager Neil Harris

AFC WIMBLEDON 0 MILLWALL 1 M Wallace 5 BY RICHARD CAWLEY AT THE CHERRY RED RECORDS STADIUM Millwall have not had a dull season since Neil Harris took charge, and

Millwall boss: I knew my players were in the FA Cup mood as soon as we arrived at AFC Wimbledon

BY RICHARD CAWLEY Neil Harris says he knew his Millwall side were bang up for Saturday’s FA Cup fifth round tie as soon as they arrived at AFC Wimbledon’s ground.

AFC Wimbledon midfielder Liam Trotter signs for Orange County

BY RICHARD CAWLEY Liam Trotter has ended his AFC Wimbledon contract by mutual consent - and signed for American side Orange County. The former Millwall midfielder has struggled for game

George Lapslie signs new Charlton Athletic deal – and Joe Aribo is an urgent priority to secure on fresh terms too

BY RICHARD CAWLEY George Lapslie has signed a new contract with Charlton Athletic - with boss Lee Bowyer hoping Joe Aribo will be next. Lapslie, 21, had been due to

Charlton Athletic boss Bowyer on not starting Chris Solly, Tariqe Fosu’s absence from Blackpool game and his take on their four-game winless spell

BY RICHARD CAWLEY Lee Bowyer opted to give Chris Solly a break on Saturday - with the Charlton Athletic stalwart sitting out only his second League One match of the

Southwark has had more valuable property change hands than anywhere else in the UK over the last year

South London boasts the highest value of properties sold in the last year, according to new figures. The latest research shows SE1 is the most lucrative property postcode, based on

Millwall boss Neil Harris: Den will be rocking for FA Cup tie against Brighton

BY RICHARD CAWLEY richard@slpmedia.co.uk Millwall manager Neil Harris got the home draw he wanted in last night’s FA Cup quarter-final draw - and says the Den will be “rocking” when

Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson gives his assessment on their FA Cup win over Doncaster – and why he has nerves against every opposition

BY MATT WOOSNAM Roy Hodgson dampened down any expectations for his Crystal Palace side in the FA Cup despite comfortably reaching the quarter finals with a 2-0 win at Doncaster

Non-league round-up: Sheriff rides in to save the day for Dulwich Hamlet

BY RICHARD CAWLEY Decarrey Sheriff scored an 89th-minute penalty to secure a 3-3 draw for Dulwich Hamlet against Hemel Hempstead Town on Saturday. The South Londoners had taken a fifth

Player ratings for AFC Wimbledon 0 Millwall 1 – Lee Gregory the standout performer for Lions with Will Nightingale solid for the Dons

BY MAX HALL Millwall progressed to the FA Cup quarter-finals on Saturday - but who stood out in the derby scrap? AFC WIMBLEDON RATINGS Aaron Ramsdale Could do little about