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Orient Put A Dagger In John Still’s FA Cup Dream

Macauley Bonne’s first half finish saw Leyton Orient edge past Dagenham and Redbridge to book their place in the FA Cup first round. With neither...

‘I Want To Drive UEL Football Forward’

Last season was an eye opening experience for the UEL Mens 1st XI players as they struggled in their inaugural season in the top...

UEL Look To Make Amends

The University of East London Men's 1st XI are looking to pick up their first points of the season today, when they face Reading...

UEL Put Unbeaten Home Record On The Line

UEL will be aiming to bounce back with a win and get their first three points on the board. Their first game of the...

Chances But No Breakthroughs

Failed Form Dagenham and Redbridge went in to this game in the better form. They always say, however, that form goes out of the window...

East London Rivals Cancel Each Other Out

The Daggers began the early stages in a rather sloppy fashion, but the home side grew into the game. The first chance went in the...

Tough London Test Awaits Young Hammers

West Ham's U23s will make the short trip to Aldershot Town's ground to face Chelsea's U23s this Sunday in Premier League 2 Division One,...

Netball Team Aim To Flourish

Another eagerly anticipated season awaits the UEL Sports Teams, especially the UEL Netball Club, who are hoping for their first league triumph since 2016....

UEL Volleyball Set For Legrand Stage

After a mostly successful debut season alongside Jeff Williams as the Coach of UEL Volleyball Club, Assistant Coach Ian Legrand, spoke to Rising East...

UEL Badminton Set Fair For Success

A key aim for the University of East London Badminton club this year is to grow recruitment, with the overall ambition to improve both...

A New Season, A New Name

Having finished third in their second full season, the UEL Titans are aiming for their 2A South East division championship, and they are looking...

Bantle Spikes Exeter

The University of East London’s Men’s Volleyball Team got off to the perfect start in their Premier South campaign after they triumphed in straight...

UEL Spirited But Defeated in Season Opener

The University of East London’s Netball Third Team’s 2017-18 league campaign did not get off to the best of starts, as they were defeated...

UEL Women’s Volleyball Cruise Past Cambridge

The University of East London’s women’s volleyball first team got their season underway in the best possible manner, as they beat Cambridge women’s first...

Confident O’s Look To Extend Winning Run

Chris Brayford’s side return to league action having progressed to the first round of the Women’s FA Cup last weekend, with a 7-0 thrashing...

Winning Start For UEL Men’s 1st Basketball Team

UEL’s mens first team kicked off their campaign by beating a physical Essex side, who pushed them all the way, 83-61. The East London side...

Titanic Tussle Awaits East London Rivals

Leyton Orient are set to make the short trip across East London to face fellow non-Leaguers Dagenham & Redbridge in the FA Cup fourth...

UEL men’s hockey team are pumped

New season, new league, new captain. As UEL join a new BUCS league – Tier 5, North East London - optimism and confidence is in...

World Champion Gemili Inspires Next Generation of UEL Athletes

https://youtu.be/bYmVBReDESY Before coming to UEL I was very excited at the prospect of studying at the same University where one of my sporting heroes had...

Lions Stun Newcastle Securing Play-off Spot

After hitting two crucial three-pointers in the closing minutes, Taylor locked in their first home win against Newcastle after three years to earn a play-off...

Orient’s Season Takes a Huge Blow

The O’s are now eight points adrift at the foot of League Two. All three goals came inside nine first-half minutes which only made a...

Being A Bucs Champion

Omolulu Abiodun, is an aspiring British and UEL sprint elite and BUCS 200m Indoor and Outdoor champion. With his 2017 season off to a...

Crunch Time for UEL

All eyes at UEL will be turned to their Men’s 1st Tennis team as they head into a playoff off match as they take on...

Moyo’s BBL Career Off To A Speedy Start

Known as 'the flash', Kevin Moyo has juggled being the youngest player for the Lions as well as a UEL Scholar and is looking to...

DiNunno’s Return Spells Defeat for Lions

Despite tough defensive efforts by the Lions, Cheshire guard DiNunno lifted his team to a third straight win with a last-second game winner, and sending...

‘I Couldn’t Score to Save My Life!’

Roy Edmans, 22, is still a young man trying to forge a career doing something that he loves. In his case, it is training...

Olympians Aim To Carry Torch For BAFA Football

The London Olympians are one of the UK’s most storied American Football teams. A multiple Euro Bowl and Brit Bowl winning team, the club...

Doe Reaches 300 For Daggers

The Daggers earned three vital points over the weekend against York City, after winning 1-0. Captain Scott Doe was pleased with his side’s performance: “Obviously ...

eSports For A New Generation

The world of eSports is ever growing and with Sky Sports and ITV sealing television rights, the sport is about to explode. Getting involved is...

Diangana: ‘I Want My Future To Be At West Ham’

West Ham United youngster Grady Diangana has been with the Hammers since the age of 12, being labelled a 'wonderkid' at a young age....

Sirens Success

The UEL Sirens missed first place by just 0.05 points as they posted a pair of solid results in last weekend’s competitions. Runners-up The Sirens started...

One Season, Two National Rankings, Three Teams

The volleyball club has always been a ‘performance’ team. Sscholars come and go each year, get a few wins, push for the titles. If...

Time To Say Goodbye

Mary Carr has done it all at the University of East London. She was president of the UEL Sirens for two years, taking them from...

Daggers on Their Way Back?

The Daggers currently sit in fourth position in the National League, three points behind third-place Tranmere Rovers, who still have two games to play....

How Strength and Conditioning is Changing UEL Scholars

When sport was first created, the key element to being good at an activity was to grasp the skill and then apply it in the arena of the...

Futsal – From Latin America to UEL

Futsal is a fast paced, indoor five-a-side variant of football that was established in Uruguay during the 1930s, and experienced worldwide growth since the...

From London 2012 to UEL Volleyball

Following the departure of head coach, Simon Loftus, at the Christmas break, UEL faced the challenge of finding a new coach to take the...

Orient Winding Up Order: The Aftermath

The east Londoners remain in danger, according to legal adviser to their fans’ trust. The O’s have been struggling not just off the pitch but...

DiNunno’s Return Threatens Lions

The London Lions host the high-soaring Cheshire Phoenix side after beating Plymouth 99-88 at home on the 10th March. Lions Forward Navid Niktash and Guard Alex...

Orient Breathe A Sigh Of Relief

Leyton Orient will live to see another day, as the owner has been given until the 12th of June to clear all debts or...

Raiders and Stars in Playoff Battle

The Raiders have a tough weekend ahead as they take on the Oxford City Stars in the quarterfinals of the National League South Division...

Playoff Bound

To those who may not be familiar with ice hockey, the importance and structure of the playoffs may be lost on them. During the 30...

High Flying Barking Look to Continue Cup Run

In-form Barking will be confident ahead of their cup visit to Sawbridgeworth Town after a strong 3-0 victory against Southend Manor in the league...

Raiders Roar Up Table in Successful Season

It has been an intense season for the London Raiders. The past 30 weeks have been characterised by slow and powerful improvements as the Raiders,...

Late Rally Earns Boro a Point

Romford welcomed Heybridge Swifts to Ship Lane on the back of three consecutive wins, and considering Heybridge's form and league position, Boro’s were perhaps...

UEL Win Title in Thrilling Match

The University of East London Women’s 1st team hosted the most important game of their season in the BUCS South Eastern 2A league against...

Cesay: the Alex Ferguson of East-End Boxing

A senior national champion himself back in 1999, Cesay has discovered an abundance of talent in recent years, such as up-and-coming professional cruiserweight Anthony...

Millwall Hoping to Claim Playoff Position

Sitting just one point outside of the playoff positions, Millwall face Rochdale for only the 12th time in their history. After drawing at home to...

Nadine’s Netball Journey

Nadine Sefton is one of the rising stars of UEL Netball and has become one of the key players in the team in her...

Chelsea End Newham hopes

Newham Flames missed the chance to cement second place in the table falling to a 23-18 defeat to Chelsea on Saturday. This happened despite...

Orient “Scrapping At The Bottom”

Tom Parkes, 25, netted his first goal for the east-london club just before the break after Donny midfielder Tommy Rowe had opened the scoring. To...

Undefeated and Invincible

After a disappointing end to last season, finishing fifth in the league table with only one win, one draw, and eight defeats, UEL’s badminton...

Orient’s Troubles Continue

Doncaster Rovers edged closer to a return to League One with a 4-1 victory over troubled Leyton Orient. Donny striker, John Marquis moved onto 23...

Darrel Church Date Switched

‘Dazzling’ Darrel Church was due to face journeyman Richard Harrison on the fight card at London’s York Hall on 11 March but fell ill...

Lions Defiant

Millwall registered a 15-game unbeaten League run after a goalless draw against Bury at the Den on Saturday. Despite the Lions’ dominance, they couldn’t find...

Final Day Relegation Play Off For UEL

Following a 6-0 defeat last week UEL, UEL face Kings College in a crucial game that will decide UEL's immediate league status. Ahead of...

UEL Defeat Spirited LSE

League and cup champions UEL women 1st  returned to league action fresh off of their cup final win against Kent University, and it was...

Hearn’s Prospects Come Out On Top

Matchroom promoter Hearn spends the majority of his time packing out big arenas for British and world title fight cards, but occasionally the Essex...

International Heartbreak For Antonio

West Ham midfielder Michail Antonio is set to miss out on international duty with England due to a hamstring problem. The 26-year-old, who is...

Westley: ‘This Team Can Be Better’

Over the course of covering the West Ham United U23s, I have noticed that it is a bigger project than what first meets the...

Boxing: A Life Lesson

Boxing has always been one of the most respected and participated sports in the world. But there has been a boom in recent years...

Sakho Could Give Hammers Major Boost

West Ham have been handed a major boost in their suffering striker scenario, with Diafra Sakho expected back to full fitness during the next...

Niktash Signing Surges Lions to Playoffs

Since joining up with Nigel Lloyd’s squad in November of last year, Navid Niktash has been an undisputed success in the power forward role. From his...

Cup Defeat For Young Irons

West Ham United U23s have been eliminated from the Premier League Cup after a long gruelling last 16 defeat to Newcastle United. The young Hammers,...

Recipe For Success

The UEL Titans finished their second season competing in BUCS 3-3 and narrowly missed the playoffs. To be even better next year there are...

Young Hammers Secure Valuable Point

West Ham United U23s put on a defensive masterclass to earn at point in a 0-0 draw against Newcastle United at St James’ Park....

Hammer’s Future Stars Set to Shine

The Academy of Football at West Ham United is renowned for producing world-class talent. Rio Ferdinand, Frank Lampard and many other big stars have...

Badminton Invincibles!

UEL  Badminton team have secured the league with an undefeated record - a remarkable rise from bottom to top. The men's team went into the last...

Romford Revival

Romford FC, are currently 15th in the Ryman North Division, with 14 wins, nine draws, 16 defeats and a goal difference of -22. Though...

Lions ‘Good For Fourth Place’

After a 99-88 triumph over the Plymouth Raiders on Friday (10th March) in the BBL Championships, the London Lions finally returned to winning form...

‘Memories That Last A Lifetime’

Hopkin joined the Titans in his first year and was an important part of the team from the first day. After a few weeks...

Orient Desperate For A Win

The O’s have recorded their worst home record in the league, having lost all five of their last home games this season. As the end...

Can Newham Cement Second Place?

With Oxford running away with the league, it leaves Newham, Islington and Chelsea jostling for positions. They have all beaten each other this season,...

Home of the British Fighters

The UK has produced some of the best fighters the world has ever seen, such as Michael Venom Page, who is currently signed up...

UEL 3rd’s Final Game Drama

Both UEL teams went into their games against Brunel sides knowing they had nothing to play for as the seconds were confirmed safe from...

Daggers Beat a Path To Barrow

John Still recently signed a two-year extension on his existing contract and will look to see his team push on, following an emphatic win...

Capital Gains For Women’s Tour

The Women’s 2017 Tour has announced its route for the cyclists. The five stages of the route will see the athletes ride through Northamptonshire, Warwickshire,...

Two teams, Two Season-Defining Games

The problems for UEL this season have started right at the top of the club as the first team have struggled to adapt to...

Hoop Dreams, London Style

In the sporting hub of London, basketball is a niche game that garners very little attention outside its small, but enthusiastic fanbase. However, since relocating...

Orient Demolished By Accrington

Leyton Orient’s struggle continued as the O’s lost ground in their relegation battle after a disastrous performance last Saturday’s as the O’s slumped to...

In Defence of Feghouli

Sofiane Feghouli has been on the receiving end of a lot of abuse following his performance against Bournemouth. But are fans being too harsh? Although he...

West Ham Take Valuable Point

West Ham Ladies came back twice to snatch a late point against Swindon Town Ladies at Thurrock, leaving them 10th in the FA Women’s...

Lions Dump Raiders to Resume Winning Ways

A valiant team effort by the Lions ended a three-game losing skid thanks to a 99-88 win against the Raiders in the race to...

Clinical Boro Sink Yachtsmen

Romford registered their third consecutive win after coming from behind to defeat Norfolk side Wroxham 2-1 away from home. Romford came into the tie in...

On-Going Troubles For O’s

In what is undoubtedly the darkest period in the club’s history, Leyton Orient are in a very delicate situation. The Leyton Orient Fans’ Trust held...

Lions Looking Up

Neil Harris remains upbeat after his Millwall side crashed out of the FA Cup following a 6-0 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday. Despite disposing...

‘Punching Bag’ Fights

Reading’s Asinia Byfield pulled off a great performance at York Hall, stopping fellow Berkshire fighter John Brennan in an entertaining brawl - but this...

Championship is in arms reach

As the final game of the 2016-17 badminton season creeps up, excitement is pulsing for University of East London men's team, as they are...

Alisauskas Vows To Put Repton Back On Map

The 21-year-old Alisauskas is a novice of 15 fights for Repton Amateur Boxing Club, but is keen to prove he is not in the...

Ohara Happy With Villain Role

Davies, who is undefeated in 15 fights, enjoyed the hostile reception that he received from the Liverpudlian supporters as he entered the 02. “I loved...

Oxford City Raided By London

After a tough home defeat on Saturday against Streatham, the Raiders struggled early on to keep pace with the Oxford City Stars on Sunday...

Redhawks Fly High Over Raiders

The Raiders suffered yet another defeat at the hands of Streatham as London’s final home game of the regular season ended in a 3-0...

Preview: Charlton Athletic v Bradford City

Following an underwhelming 1-1 draw with Walsall at The Valley on Saturday, Karl Robinson’s side will be aiming to push on and secure three...

Lapslie Eyes Up The Quadruple

George Lapslie, an academy gem, is a highly-rated prospect in the Charlton youth development. The Englishmen captained the Under 18’s side playing a key...

UEL Men secure Top 5 Finish

Less than two hours after a loss to arch rivals Bournemouth University, with the winner progressing to the semi-finals, the blues had to return...

Victory Needed To Guarantee Promotion

University of East London men’s 2nd are home to Queen Mary University of London Men’s 2nd at  Lee Valley Tennis & Hockey Centre, Queen...

Money Causes Leyton Orient Gloom

Things are getting worse day by day for Leyton Orient on and off the pitch. The club have until the 20th of March to pay...

Welling End Winless Run Against Poole

A first half own goal from Poole town keeper Nick Hutchings along with a Harry Crawford penalty were enough to see off The Dolphins,...

East London Runners Make for Marrakech

The 26th edition of the Marrakech half marathon took place ilast month and among the over 8,000 participants from across the world were 16 athletes...

Snooker Loopy East London

Snooker is a wonderful sport with legends and sacred arenas, supporters without malice and an atmosphere to warm the cockles. East London has a...

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