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  • Perfect perennials for your border

    Perfect perennials for your border0

    When designing a planting scheme, it’s easy to be seduced by glossy mags offering new varieties. Hundreds of plants are launched each year, with big claims of hardiness, longevity and a free-flowering nature… but many don’t cut the mustard. I prefer my list of tried and trusted stalwarts that I know won’t let me down.

  • Fran wears No10

    Fran wears No100

    She may wear No14 when she lines up to play for Chelsea, but striker Fran Kirby will wear the No10 shirt when she runs out as a Lioness in the World Cup in France, writes Jane Grove. Fran, and all her team-mates in the 'pride', have now been allocated their shirt numbers, and have startedREAD MORE
  • Blues clinch 3rd spot

    Blues clinch 3rd spot0

    A chaotic three-minute spell at the start of the second half, in which Chelsea scored once and Reading scored twice, summed up the end-of-season feel of the final game of an eventful - if slightly underwhelming - campaign for the Blues. Ji So-Yun, pictured, had put the visitors 1-0 up within eight minutes, but afterREAD MORE
  • To the Baku beyond

    To the Baku beyond0

    Chelsea fans are having to travel to the Baku beyond after their narrow win on penalties against Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League semi second leg at the Bridge. Eden Hazard's winning goal was enough to guarantee a 'full English' for Premier League clubs, with Spurs and Liverpool facing each other in the Champions LeagueREAD MORE
  • Carly’s in the 7-up club

    Carly’s in the 7-up club0

    Chelsea keeper Carly Telford has joined the 7-up club - one of an elite group of four Women's Super League goalies to keep seven clean sheets this season. As Carly, who celebrates her 32nd birthday on the day of the Women's World Cup final, prepares to head to France with the rest of the LionessesREAD MORE
  • Raff to quit football

    Raff to quit football0

    Former Blue Claire Rafferty is retiring from football at the end of the season, writes Jane Grove. The two-time WSL winner and England international will play her last game for West Ham against Brighton and Hove Albion at Rush Green stadium on Saturday afternoon. “Having thought long and hard about my decision, I have takenREAD MORE
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