The Independent London Newspaper
18th December 2017

Sports

    EYEWITNESS: Dan Carrier's view on Tottenham 3 Manchester City 0

    Dec 16: Spurs 3 Man City 0

    Eyewitness report by DAN CARRIER from WHITE HART LANE

    EYEWITNESS: Spurs suffer shock defeat to Wolves

    Tottenham 0
    Wolves 1

    From Dan Carrier at White Hart Lane

    Too Much hopes for TV glory

    St Pancras Amateur Boxing Club’s Martin “Too Much” Power returns to the ring tomorrow (Friday) when he takes on Matthew Edmonds in Newport, Wales.

    England’s boring World Cup draw, and a tale of Stoke City

    THE CROW

    IT was the best of weeks, it was the worst of weeks.

    Thunderbolt Sam’s day!

    Mostyn FC

    Camden Sunday League
    Challenge Cup

    THERE are just eight teams left battling it out for our prestigious Camden Sunday League Challenge Cup.

    The Hill fire win in title challenge

    Title tilt thrillers: Belsize Park under-11s who edged Harbour 6-4

    Camden & Islington Youth League

    YOUNGSTERS from Primrose Hill Football Club continue to go from strength-to-strength in the Under-9s North Division.

    Butterfly brilliance helps Devon to seven golds

    Butterfly effect: Devon Robins powers home

    SPEEDSTER Devon Robins was in outstanding form at the weekend as she collected the cup for best female junior and open swimmer at the Middlesex Winter Championships.

    Sparkling displays – Gymnasts shine

    Helena, left, and Nadia

    GIRLS from Camden Gymnastics Club are being tipped to shine next year after striking gold in their season’s final competitive outing.

    Semi-final Saturday – Nationals date for Darren and Mourad

    Mourad Boudjemaa

    TWO top boxing clubs will be represented in the semi-finals of the National Senior Novice Championships on Saturday.

    Gunners fall short in bid

    Women’s Football

    League Cup: Semi-Final
    Everton 2, Arsenal 1

    Arsenal ready to face big guns

    Arsenal FC

    Gunners prepare to meet European giants despite losing their unbeaten record

    Champions League
    Olympiakos 1, Arsenal 0

    THE Gunners could be handed a tough draw in the knockout stages of the Champions League despite topping their group.