December 7 2013 Latest news:
London Lions can return to the top of the British Basketball League with victory at Glasgow Rocks tomorrow - and that’s where forward Nick Freer thinks they belong.
BBL Championship: London Lions 101 Surrey United 67
Newham & Essex Beagles duo Mo Farah and Christine Ohuruogu have been named as Britain’s athletes of the year.
Lakeside Hammers will follow on from yesterday’s signing of Danish youngster Mikkel Bech with another confirmed rider tonight at the fans forum at the Park Inn, North Stifford.
London Lions forward Julius Joseph is hoping that his side can continue their strong recent form when they face Surrey United on Sunday (4pm).
Adrien Sturt believes London Lions are starting to show their true potential and wants them to cement their position in the British Basketball League Championship picture with a win over Surrey United at the Copper Box on Sunday.
Leyton Orient should be allowed to use the Olympic Stadium, peers said, as they branded Government plans to make the most of London’s staging of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games as “unconvincing”.
Stratford athlete Christine Ohuruogu has been nominated for a prestigious end-of-year award.
BBL Championship: London Lions 78 Sheffield Sharks 55