Barnet slipped out of the JP Trophy at Victoria Road this evening, but at least restored some pride with a much-improved performance.
Reading Caron Kemp's blog on her impending arrival makes me chuckle. When you have your first child it's all new. Tiny decisions can seem so important. Every milestone, first scan, first kick etc is a historic day in the family history. Us being a superstitious household, we put everything off till the last minute, for fear of tempting fate. So much so that when our first daughter was born, we were still discussing the most important decision up until the last moment. Maybe Caron might like to consider our experiences of this.
You can read a full match report of tonight's JP Trophy clash at Victoria Road on the final whistle.
A woman has been fined £500 for leaving her pet rabbit to starve while she went on holiday.
Hayo, everybody. Yeah. My name Bear. My full name be Orange Bear, what peoples just calls me Bear for short. Yeah. Bear.
Hendon MP ANDREW DISMORE decries a lack of Olympic spirit among some Conservative councillors
Barnet will be without two central defenders for the visit to Dagenham & Redbridge in the JP Trophy this evening.
Wingate & Finchley manager Michael Stone has been named Ryman League Division One North manager of the month for August.
Potters Bar are champions of Home Counties Premier League Division Two East.
According to a survey released today, mums-to-be are confused about how to stay healthy during pregnancy.
A Mill Hill teenager has sung her way into the semi-final of a national competition to find the stars of tomorrow.
Wingate & Finchley Ladies went down 4-0 to Denham United on Sunday.
Finchley Racers’ Colombian Edgar Medellin won for the second consecutive time at the Hillingdon circuit.
The aptly-named David Bowler won the singles’ competition during Finchley & District BA finals day at Finchley BC.
Shaftesbury Barnet Olympic star Tasha Danvers was back in action on home soil at the weekend.
As the credit crunch forces many households to tighten the purse strings, Kevin Bradford looks at a way of getting hold of some little luxuries for free
The London Assembly member for Barnet and Camden has drawn widespread condemnation for branding Britain’s Olympic medal winners as “tainted with blood” last week.