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  • Chelsea Women start afresh

    Chelsea Women start afresh0

    Chelsea Women, and the other teams in the Women’s Super League and Championship, have agreed to do the sensible thing – officially end this virus-interrupted season and focus entirely on starting afresh in August. Unlike the Premier League, both the WSL and Championship decided “in the best interest of the women’s game” to call it

  • Pitch perfect ground is ready for cricket

    Pitch perfect ground is ready for cricket0

    It’s pitch perfect, but not one ball has been bowled on it so far this season. Long Ditton Cricket Club’s ground at Stokes Field off Betts Way is looking tip-top, the cricketers are raring to go but everyone is waiting for the government and the sport’s governing body, the ECB, to decide on when they

  • Paddleboarders get back on the water for one-to-ones with Leah

    Paddleboarders get back on the water for one-to-ones with Leah0

    Good news for paddleboarders – and those who wish to learn the fast-growing sport. You’re allowed to get back on the water and be taught one-to-one by qualified instructors like Surbiton’s Leah Fraser. The rules around watersports have recently changed, which means Leah, who runs The Good Life Paddle Company, is not only allowed to

  • Emma Hayes is crowned queen

    Emma Hayes is crowned queen0

    Chelsea Women’s gaffer Emma Hayes has been crowned queen of the WSL after winning most fan nominations in a manager-of-the-season and team-of-the-season poll organised by the BBC at the tail end of this strange, truncated footballing year. Blues players Beth England, Magda Eriksson and Millie Bright feature in the team of the year, alongside a

  • Call off this season; start afresh

    Call off this season; start afresh0

    Premier League clubs bicker about whether or not to finish the interrupted season, despite many countries deciding there’s no point, and English football’s public relations disaster rolls on. Every statement from football governing bodies begins with the insistence that safety of players, staff and spectators is the paramount concern. Frankly, it should only be news

  • Blues show other clubs the way

    Blues show other clubs the way0

    Of course it helps having a multi-billionaire owner, but Chelsea have gone above and beyond in looking after staff, players and the community during the current crisis. No furloughs, no lay-offs, no using government aid to pay the wages. In fact, Chelsea has gone further than any other football club. It is even paying its

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