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Oddity: I've never been to the Cherry Red Records stadium, but I will miss it

A Don from across the pond: Sometimes a long-distance relationship can be tough

Tough times: Mitch Gilbert in GP3 Series action in Spa

Motorsport: Gilbert downbeat after disappointment in Spa

Down to earth: Harlequins Nick Easter has been left out of the England 31-man squad for the Rugby World Cup             Picture: Getty Images

Rugby World Cup: Harlequins quartet make England cut, but “gutted” Easter is out

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Impact: Jason Leonard has backed Joe Marler to use the World Cup to stake a claim for a place on the 2017 British & Irish Lions tour of New Zealand

Rugby Union: World Cup legend hails the Marler impact

Half a chance: Dannie Bulman could miss the Exeter game with injury

AFC Wimbledon: Ardley expects a tough test from Exeter City

In action: Tony Chaplin, right, faces a tough test this weekend

Boxing: Chaplin ready for toughest Queensbury League bout yet

Tough: Ashtead’s Jordan Thomas works hard with the ball in hand in the heat of Saturday afternoon               All pictures: SP93014

Cricket: What have Ashtead CC and England's Ashes heroes got in common?

Learn quick or miss out: Neal Ardley’s message

Football: AFC Wimbledon boss lays it on the line to work-shy newbies

Plough Lane, where the new stadium would be if plans are approved

AFC Wimbledon launch campaign to get go-ahead on sale of Cherry Red Records Stadium

Winners: Tim Henman flanked by Leah Gonzales-Edwards, left, and her doubles partner Cheri Darley, right

Tennis: Tooting youngster wins national title at Wimbledon

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Cheer up: Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho

Bridge Banter: Is Chelsea boss Mourinho looking for scapegoats already?

Desperate measure: Neal Ardley made a triple substitution to save the match against Cambridge United - all to no avail

AFC Wimbledon: There will be no excuses come 3pm on Saturday - Ardley

We’re going up: Walton skipper Matt Haddow

Club cricket: Title win gets close for Walton CC

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Do the dinosaur: Tom Elliott brings a smile to the game after his goal against Cambridge United

A Don from across the pond: Don't forget the game is fundamentally about joy

Excited: Wimbledon RFC skipper Neil Hallett

Rugby Union: Wimbledon skipper is loving the new blood

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Friends with benefits: Wimbledon have international players who will return with much to offer

Hockey: Wimbledon's international stars will return laden with benefits

So close: Andy Barcham cannot believe the keeper has denied him an equaliser against Cambridge United         Picture: Ben Mole

AFC Wimbledon: Barcham on that header that could have changed everything

All at sea: Cambridge United’s Barry Corr, far right, rises unmarked to volley the visitors into a 2-1 lead at the Cherry Red Records stadium, over-turning a 1-0 deficit                All pictures: Ben Mole

AFC Wimbledon: Ardley keeps the belief after night of disbelief

Perfect platform: Henry Weir of Wimbledon, England and Great Britiain

Hockey: Wimbledon star aims for European crown ahead of Olympic shot

Role model: Quins' Danny Care has had his ups and downs in the past, but has grown up at the Stoop

Rugby Union: Care honoured to claim Quins captaincy

Ready and waiting: Nick Easter celebrates England's win over Wales in this year's Six Nations   Pictures: Getty Images

World Cup: Easter gets backing from Quins clubmate Care

Busy man: Surbiton's Australian coach Todd Williams has added to his squad in a bid to compete at home and abroad this season

Hockey: Surbiton confirm second overseas signing ahead of new season

Back once again: Quins hero Chris Robshaw is back in England colours this weekend

World Cup: Quins' quintet named in latest England squad

Bright spot: Teenager Rafeh Jafri was the pick of the Malden Wanderers bowling attack on Saturday

Cricket: Wanderers still have work to do to avoid the drop

Still pushing: Quins' Danny Care did not have the greatest season for club and country last term, but he is still in the hunt for the World Cup

Rugby Union: Quins' Care still pushing to be England's starting nine for World Cup

Mentally speaking: Neal Ardley may have to put 3-4-3 on the back burner after last weekend's metamorphosis

A Womble's View: What a difference a half-time can make

Flashback: Action of the inaugural Premiership sevens tournament at the Stoop in 2010

Rugby Union: Quins ready for sevens lift off

Successful day at the office: Sam Bird in action at Donington this week    Pictures: Paul Horton Motorsport Photography

Motorsport: Hersham's Bird in good spirits after first Formula E test

Ready for the US Open: Laura Robson has pick up a stomach injury, but she will still take her place at Flushing Meadow

Tennis: Robson must play the patience game, says former number one Brit

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Try time: Anthony Watson scored against the French during the Six Nations   Picture: Getty Images

Rugby Union: Watson at the double as England start World Cup preparations with a win

Strategy: Was the selling off of Petr Cech all in the plan for Chelsea boss

Bridge Banter: Are Chelsea playing a secret goalkeeper card...

Boxing: Teddington's Leinster ready to erase memory of non-contest

Boxing: Teddington's Leinster ready to erase memory of non-contest

No goals: Two blanks in two games is not a good start, but there is more to the Dons that constitutes success

A Don from across the pond: Success at AFC Wimbledon is not always confined to just the pitch

Not enough: Spencer’s Krishna Sivakumaran (34) connects to a delivery during his side’s six-wicket defeat at home to Camberley that skipper Neil Baker said summed up some of the inept cricket they have played in recent weeks	         All pictures: SP9

Cricket: Plain-speaking Spencer skipper Baker lays it on the line

Winner: Blade Ashby of Herne Hill Harriers

Athletics: Differing fortunes for Herne Hill Harriers

Batman: Richmond's Ryan Higgins, pictured bowling against Teddington, has now scored 346 runs in five Premier Division innings this season at an average of 115

Cricket: Richmond wobble leaves Middlesex title race wide open

Giving back: Quins coach Tom Williams

Rugby Union: Quins wing Williams confirmed as Esher coach

Plenty to smile about: London Scottish head coach Peter Richards

Rugby Union: Richards excited to see new pair take on Rotherham

Close: Lyle Taylor almost pegged Cardiff City back, but the AFC Wimbledon striker hit the woodwork in the Capital One Cup defeat

Football: AFC Wimbledon boss hails the return of belief despite Capital One Cup exit

Man on a mission: Head coach Peter Richards is looking forward to a tough test from Rotherham Titans next week

Rugby Union: Scottish in a good place ahead of season

Wasted: Will Riley's good form with the ball was not enough to inspire Malden Wanderers on Saturday

Cricket: Riley's good form wasted on Wanderers' batsmen

Stars Nat Wolff and Cara Delevingne with author John Green

AFC Wimbledon team and fans to get preview of Cara Delevingne’s new Hollywood film

Settling in: AFC Wimbledon's latest signing Paul Robinson

AFC Wimbledon: Robinson settles in to new life under old buddy

Beaten: James Shea cannot keep out Gregg Wylde's volley which gave Plymouth Argyle the lead at AFC Wimbledon                All pictures: SP92740

AFC Wimbledon: Ardley suffers a "reality check" after opening day defeat

Settling in: New man Lyle Taylor gives chase to Gregg Wylde

A Womble's View: Reason to be optimistic at AFC Wimbledon

New leader: Marcus Bailey, second from right, with (left to right) Ben Mott, Colin O'Keeffe and Jonathan Kirwan

Rugby Union: Bailey is the right Ironside

Concerns: Andy Baddeley, in action at Bushy Park, says doping in athletics seems to be widespread

House of Payne: Another horror week for athletics

Leader: Chris Robshaw dishes out the instructions to his England team-mates as coach Stuart Lancaster looks on

Harlequins: Robshaw does not get the credit he deserves, says England legend

No shortage of drama at Chelsea... as usual

Bridge Banter: No shortage of drama at Chelsea... as usual

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Happy: Neal Ardley

Football: Hand it to the AFC Wimbledon boss, he is ready

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