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Local Sports Round-up

Work to do: Wimbledon badminton star Toby Penty

BADMINTON: Penty knows what is needed to rediscover unstoppable form

Sorrow: Whyteleafe keeper Adam Highsted is left grounded as Dorking's Matthew Briggs wheels away after opening the scoring at Church Road

FOOTBALL: Whyteleafe's season slowly ebbs away

Medal winners: Maia Dunleavy and Phyllida Britton of Wandsworth Swimming Club

SWIMMING: Wandsworth stars bring home the medals

Happy day: Teddington's swimmers celebrate

Swimming: Teddington strength claims golden Middlesex haul

Record breaker: Hampton School's Dominic Jacson beat the previous U18 litghtweight 5,000m indoor best by 1.2 seconds

Rowing: Hampton School student Dominic Jackson sets a new world indoor best

Impressive: The Richmond Golf Club's grade one listed clubhouse

Golf: Princess set to join Richmond Golf Club celebrations

For the love of it: Surbiton Hockey Club's Ellie de Heer in action for England

Hockey: Surbiton's Ellie de Heer keen to follow skipper Sarah Haycroft's example

On hand: SKY Sports presenter David Garrido will host this year's Active Wandsworth Sports Awards

Active Wandsworth Sports Awards: It's all about small steps to sporting glory

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Medals galore at the Sutton Borough Championships

Speed demon: Twickenham's Olivia Weedon in action in Nottingham earlier this month

Winter Sport: Twickenham's Olivia Weedon just wants to get faster on skates

Bronzed: Richmond Gymnastics Association’s Georgie Forbes, 11, and her medal

Gymnastics: Richmond's Georgie Forbes makes her World medal dream come true

Keep progressing: Walton's Toby Penty plays for Birmingham Lions in the National Badminton League

Badminton: Walton's Toby Penty has desire to succeed in 2016

Out with a bang: Met Police's youth team rounded off the year with a shock FA Youth Cup win at Championship club Burnley

Comet sport in 2015 - part four: England endure World Cup disaster but Blues pull off FA Youth Cup shock

GReat days: Hersham's Sam Bird competed in the inaugural Formula E championship in 2015 for Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Racing outfit

Comet sport in 2015 - part three: Bird romps home in London and Sophie Mace conquers UK

Lovely view: The picturesque fairways of Fulwell Golf Club are in good condition

Golf: Fulwell's first lady Carol Stokes has high hopes for big year

Winners: Surbiton Ladies' Abi Robinson, right, celebrates scoring the winner in the WHL Premier Division championship final

Comet sport in 2015 - part two: Surbiton double up again and Blues claim Surrey Senior Cup

Up for it: Spirits were high at Kingsmeadow in January as AFC Wimbledon hosted Liverpool in the FA Cup third round

Comet sport in 2015 - part one: AFC Wimbledon began and ended 2015 in style

Record breaker: Surbiton's Moe Sbihi on his way to breaking Sir Matthew Pinsent's indoor 2km rowing record

Rowing: Kingston's Moe Sbihi breaks Sir Matthew Pinsent's indoor rowing record

Table Tennis: Kingston's Marcus Giles knocks up with the Duchess of Cambridge

Table Tennis: Kingston's Marcus Giles knocks up with the Duchess of Cambridge

On the up: Increased prize money has raised interest in the yearling entry stage for next year's Investec Derby

Horse Racing: Epsom Derby attracts huge number of entries after prize money increase

Thanks lads: Richmond's Charlie Ellison, second from left, celebrates the first of his two goals last Sunday

Hockey: Richmond hot-shot Ellison's heroics caught on camera

Onb the ball: Whitton Netball Club's Olivia Leach in action as a 15-year-old

Netball: Dixon and Leach on pathway to Superleague summit

Chief in charge: Surbiton Hockey Club's director of hockey and ladies' head coach Brett Garrard

Sports awards: Surbiton clean up at Elmbridge awards

Poetry in motion: Frankie Dettori takes Golden Horn to the Epsom Derby title in June

Horse Racing: Epsom Derby and Coral-Eclipse winner Golden Horn named Cartier horse of the year

Stretched: Daryl Selby, in red, had no answer to Chris Simpson's rampant performance at St George's Hill Squash Club on Saturday

Squash: Simpson saves best for last at St George's Hill

Local hero: Former Orleans Park School student John Collins

Rowing: British champ Collins ready for row to Rio

African kings: Elmbridge golfers John Hennessy and Peter Smart celebrate landing place in the Morocco Matchplay final in Wiltshire last week

Golf: Elmbridge pair ready for final fling in Morocco Matchplay final

Fine season: Hampton School old boy Zafar Ansari on his way to 106 against Derbyshire earlier this month

Cricket: Ansari potential excites England selectors

Domination: Team GB's men's eight have enjoyed much gold medal success this summer after dominating the World Cup regattas

Rowing: Molesey men return from World Championships with medal haul

Coming on nicely: Twickenham's Charlie Grice is enjoying how his season is progressing

Athletics: Grice pleased with progress for Beijing

And they're off: More than 500 athletes took on Sunday's Elmbridge 10K

Athletics: Maud makes huge strides to win Elmbridge 10K in record time

Prepared: Anthony Anderson in Kingston Wheelers colours at the London Youth Games

Cycling: Kingston Wheeler Anderson ready for Ride London Youth Grand Prix

Heavy load (from left): Teddington’s swimmers Nicole Brenner, Brandon Sayers, Daniel Edmiston, Joe Knill-Jones, Anna Hunt and Emma Green with their metal work

Swimming: Teddington swim stars dominate at London regionals

Busy day in the water (from left to right): Teddington Swimming Club’s Emma Green, Nicole Brenner, Thalia Poraos, Freya Shaw and Suki Griffiths pose for a picture after success at the London Region Open Water Swimming Championships

Swimming: National stage beckons for Teddington's stars

Twiddling thumbs: Leatherhead amateur Ben Taylor will have to wait until mid-afternoon to make his British Open entrance at St Andrews

Golf: Morrison and Taylor made to wait for Open starts

Top of the tree: Kingston's Pippa Earley, centre, was in gold medal winning form again on Sunday

Athletics: Earley claims English Schools' title

getting used to it: Team GB's men's eight claimed gold at the last World Cup regatta in Italy, prior to Sunday's triumph

Rowing: Team GB's men's eight triumph but it was not easy

Highlight: Royal Mid Surrey member Gregor McQuattie, left, and club professional Matthew Paget celebrate one of their four birdies at Walton Heath Golf Club on Wednesday

PICTURE GALLERY: Richmond pair fall short of Lombard Trophy dream

Good effort: Richmond battled to a share of seventh in the netball

LONDON YOUTH GAMES: Richmond's London pride

Sitting it out: Former Walton Rowing Club man Angus Groom, far left and his GB men's quad are not in action in Switzerland this weekend

Rowing: Team GB men's eight to face off with German's again

LEading lady: Kingston's Pippa Wingate

Athletics: Kingston win to set up title shot on final day

Double winner: Twickenham-based Charlie Grice, in Brighton Phoenix colours, crosses the line first to take the British men's 1,500m title in Birmingham on Saturday

Athletics: Twickenham middle distance ace proves quality with second British title

Carrying the torch: British women's 100m record holder Dina Asher-SMith, left, and rugby World Cup winner Maggie Alphonsi light the London Youth Games flame last week

LONDON YOUTH GAMES: Kingston in eleventh heaven after best showing in a decade

Oarsome: John Collins and Jonny Walton showed why they are Team GB's first choice double scullers with a win at Henley

Rowing: Twickenham's Collins claims fourth Henley win

Decorated: Teddington’s Anna Smail, Teo Bainbridge and Sophie Fussell

Swimming: Teddington trio shine in SUnderland

On the up: Kingston & Polytechnic Harrier Pippa Earley is getting used to life on the top step of the podium

ATHLETICS: Kingston's Pippa rises Earley to climb rankings

Heading with hope: Teddington Swimming Club’s national championship hopefuls heading to Sheffield in July

Swimming: Teddington overcome rule changes to make national grade

Helpful: Elmbridge's netballers helped their borough to third in the Surrey Youth Games table

SURREY YOUTH GAMES: Future Olympians take centre stage

Golden moment (from left to right): Team GB’s victorious men’s quad Angus Groom, Sam Townsend, Graeme Thomas and Peter Lambert

Rowing: Ex-Walton man Groom hails oar-some World Cup show

Easy: Kingston & Polytechnic Harrier Laura Darcey wins her women’s A string 100m hurdles race

Athletics: Law claims English U20s title as Kingston win again

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