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Brynjar Gunnarsson has slammed Premier League chairmen for firing managers without giving them a chance – even though the midfielder says Reading could play a part in getting rid of another, writes sports editor Steve Skerry.
Table tennis is mourning the death of veteran player and coach Malcolm Griffiths, writes Dave Wright.
DWIGHT PARRISH paid tribute to Matt Foord’s bravery and dedication after the Bracknell Bees forward played through the pain of deep cuts in both hands at the weekend.
MICHAL KANKA ensured Bracknell Bees maintained their one-point lead at the top of the English Premier League table last night
BRACKNELL BEES face trips to Slough Jets tomorrow and Chelmsford Chieftains on Sunday (both 6.30pm face-offs) with fears remaining over David Taylor’s ability to fund the club.
Acting Wokingham & Emmbrook manager Roger Herridge praised his side’s display after their magnificent 2-2 draw against league leaders Chalfont Wasps, writes football correspondent John Ansell.
Dwight Parrish believes his Bracknell Bees side will need to step up a level if they are to record a second win over Slough Jets in a week, writes sports reporter Alan Manicom.
Great Britain sprinter James Ellington put children from Keep Hatch Primary School through their paces last week.
Catherine Coombs slotted home the winning goal for Wokingham Ladies 1st XI in a 2-1 win over Windsor.
STEVE COPPELL will not be losing any sleep following his side’s 3-1 loss to Arsenal on Monday night.