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Out for redemption: London Welsh skipper Matt Corker

Rugby Championship kick-off: London Welsh out to right the wrongs

Growing up together: Will Nightingale is part of a tight-knit group of young Dons players             Pics: SP93129

Football: It’s the charge of the AFC Wimbledon young brigade

Rugby Championship kick-off: New look London Scottish are ready

Rugby Championship kick-off: New look London Scottish are ready

Turnaround: The manner of Tuesday night's defeat leave a sour taste all the way across the Atlantic                   Picture: Ben Mole

A Don from across the pond: It'll be alright soon, but right now this really hurts

Disappointed: Alex Griffiths, the skipper of Richmond CC, who will finish runners up in Division One of the Middlesex County League

Cricket: Richmond's title shot may have disappeared, but it's all a learning curve

New recruit: Scottish international keeper Amy Gibson is excited about her move to Surbiton from Slough

Hockey: Gibson makes Surbiton move to bolster keeper options

Contribution: Malden Wanderers’ Pete Young hit a half-century against Farnham to help secure another season in Division One

Cricket: Stags are safe for another year

Good start: Adebayo Azeez celebrates his opener against Plymouth Argyle, but the Dons night would end in defeat             All pictures: Ben Mole

Football: Ardley's mixed emotions after AFC Wimbledon are dumped out of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy

Disappointment: Harlequins and Gabriel Ibitoye could not get past Gloucester                 All pictures: Gareth Harmer

Harlequins: Sevens ended in defeat, but the skipper can see the positives

Golden girls: Surbiton clubmates Hollie Webb, Georgie Twigg and Giselle Ansley 		      Picture: Tim Reder Photography

Hockey: Surbiton star’s EuroHockey shock

An example to the others: Adebayo Azeez

A Womble's View: Azeez is a shining light at AFC Wimbledon

Debut date: Evan Kimber will represent England at the Sainsbury's School Games from Thursday

Hockey: Surbiton youngster ready for School Games debut

Settle down: Once Jim White has put his yellow tie away, maybe some sanity can return to the game

House of Payne: Here we go again, dig out that yellow tie yawn

Moving on: Rob Moore has joined Fareham of the MHL Conference West

Hockey: Surbiton tribute to departing Olympian

Happier times: Danny Parsons, right, beating Kingsley Stembridge in the Queensbury Boxing League in 2013

Boxing ticket to ride: Parsons up for second shot at pro boxing debut

Cheer up: Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has looked downbeat despite a first win of the season.

Bridge Banter: Why the long face Mr Mourinho?

Band of brothers: Andy Barcham celebrates his goal with a group of chums                         All pictures: David Hollins

Football: AFC Wimbledon boss knows what is needed to keep pace with the changing face of League Two

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

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