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David Fitzpatrick

AFC Wimbledon: Fitzpatrick's bittersweet Saturday afternoon

Team spirit: AFC Wimbledon are a team that lives and dies together

A Don from across the pond: We are who we are, and we are AFC Wimbledon

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Because we can: Remember, remember the the second of December (2012)

House of Payne: After Chelsea defeat, this is why the franchise will always deserve to be an unloved club

It is you: Director of rugby Conor O'Shea will have a say in naming his replacement

Harlequins: Conor O'Shea has a role to play in naming his successor

Weight has lifted: Pelayo Pico Gomez can concentrate on what he does best now Andre McCollin has arrived at Ks

Kingstonian: Pelayo Pico Gomez is like a new man alongside new striker partner

On the charge: Jack Clifford is no stranger to playing in front of big crowds in big games

Harlequins: Jack Clifford's England bow will be source of great pride at Quins

Up for the action: Mitcham boxer Lee Cannon, left

Boxing: Cannon has a message for Ayinde ahead of Queensbury Boxing League clash

Local hero: Kingstonian goalkeeper Rob Tolfrey, right, with Ks boss Tommy Williams, left, at Kingston Hospital before Christmas

Kingstonian: Forget Andre McCollin, it is Rob Tolfrey who is Ks' real hero

Mucky business: Fred Slemeck of Hercules Wimbledon in the mud and mess on Parliament Hill

Athletics: Hercules Wimbledon's Slemeck on the verge of County Championships

Pre-fight ritual: Danny Parson with his British challenge super lightweight belt and his trusty Jaffa Cakes  Picture: Danny Parsons/Twitter

Boxing: Jaffa Cakes keep Kingston's Danny Parsons going the distance as he reveals Southern Area title intentions

Man with a plan: James Hamilton, right, takes on Lloyd Skull this weekend in the Queensbury Boxing League               Picture: Samantha Wordie Photography

Boxing: Hamilton's ready to do some Skull crushing in the Queensbury Boxing League

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Medal glory: The Herne Hill Harriers U13s

Athletics: Herne Hill Harriers perfect tribute to long-standing coach

Fast as you like: Croydon Harriers Rob Sakala

ATHLETICS: Double whammy for Croydon Harriers

Last time out: Ross Dimmock with coach Martin Dilworth

Boxing: Still time for Dimmock in the Queensbury Boxing League

Strong start: Kingston’s Phoebe Law was back to somewhere near her best at Parliament Hill on Saturday                                                 Picture: David T. Hewitson/Sports for All Pics

Athletics: Kingston's Phoebe Law finishes second at South of England Champs

Close range: Andre McCollin taps home from close range against Wingate & Finchley on Monday

PICTURE GALLERY: Andre McCollin double has Kingstonian riding high again

A day to forget: AFC Wimbledon lost 3-2 at home to Yeovil Town on Saturday

PICTURE GALLERY: AFC Wimbledon boss rues lapses in concentration

Transfer thoughts: Neal Ardley says Saturday's result will have not end in knee-jerk signings

Transfer latest: Ardley lays out the AFC Wimbledon rules of transfer engagement

Happy days: Dan Fitchett, Craig McAllister and new boy Nicky Bailey celebrate Fitchett's first goal in the 2-0 win at Chelmsford on Saturday                 Pictures: Paul Loughlin

A Sutton United Front: This winning feeling will be tested this weekend

Sir Alex Ferguson

House of Payne: Plight of Manchester United is a blot on Sir Alex Ferguson's reputation

Happy again: Chelsea striker Diego Costa is a new man since the arrival of Guus Hiddink

Bridge Banter: What a difference a manager can make in the life of Chelsea, just ask Arsenal

Old friends: Paul Doswell and Craig Dundas

Sutton United: Dundas has a place waiting in the hall of fame, says Doswell

Warning: Dons boss Neal Ardley

AFC Wimbledon: Ardley's warning ahead of League Two clash with Yeovil Town

A Don from across the pond: Fear no-one? No. AFC Wimbledon should fear everything...

A Don from across the pond: Fear no-one? No. AFC Wimbledon should fear everything...

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Premier League status on League Two world: AFC Wimbledon striker Adebayo Akinfenwa

AFC Wimbledon: Computer-generated Akinfenwa is living the life of a Premier League star in the real world

Leading the way: Hampton School captain Roman Malin-Hiscock makes a break against Simon Langton Grammar School   Gerry McManus

Rugby Union: Hampton await last eight date

Old pro: Nicky Bailey, in his Charlton Athletic days, made 93 appearances for the Addicks, and 34 for Millwall

Football: Sutton United boss Doswell snaps up Bailey to heal play-off scars

Ben Mott

RUGBY UNION: Lessons to be learnt, but don't be too hard on yourselves, says Ironsides skipper

Speedy: James Bennett of Striders of Croydon

Bennett carries the Striders flag

On his toes: Luke Wallace knows he is the sort of player who can provide a point of difference in the seven shirt

Harlequins: Luke Wallace ready for big eight weeks

Keep going: U13 boys Callum Mckinnon-Smith (south Croydon/Whitgift School) and Thabo Witten (north Croydon/Trinity School) race home 16th and 17th respectively

Athletics: Croydon runners find the going tough at the Schools Cross-Country Championship

Now you see me: Kingstonian winger Malachi Hudson celebrates one of his two goals against Needham Market on Saturday             Picture: Sylvester George

Kingstonian: Boss Tommy Williams pleased with Malachi Hudson revival

Tom Elliott (53583174)

AFC Wimbledon: After tearing apart Notts County, Ardley proclaims "We should fear no-one"

400 up: Craig Dundas has played his way into the status of legend at Sutton United       Picture: Paul Loughlin

Football: Sutton United legend will keep playing until he drops...

Pointing to the top? Sutton United boss Paul Doswell

A Sutton United Front: We're flying right now, can we reach the heights of the table top?

Last time round: Adebayo Akinfenwa scored a dramatic winner against Notts County in September             SP93439

AFC Wimbledon: Ardley takes his Dons into the unknown at Notts County

Standing by the coach: Chris Robshaw will support Eddie Jones' choice for England skipper

Harlequins: England's Chris Robshaw will support Eddie Jones' skipper decision - whoever gets the nod

A Don from across the pond: When the numbers are my only friend as a AFC Wimbledon fan

A Don from across the pond: When the numbers are my only friend as a AFC Wimbledon fan

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Fingers-crossed: Sutton Common Rovers boss Darren Salmon

FA Vase: Third time's a charm - Sutton Common Rovers boss has fingers crossed...

Leicester, the new Wimbledon? (clockwise from top left) Lawrie Sanchez, James Vardy, Riyad Mahrez and Vinnie Jones

House of Payne: Are Leicester City worthy of Wimbledon's Crazy Gang moniker

Back in the day: Jamie Summers, second from let, with the Kingstonian management at the time

Friday Flashback: Kingstonian U18 Jamie Summers earns England Schools call

Winner: Craig Eastmond brings the ball down on his chest (Picture: Paul Loughlin)

Football: There's more to Sutton United success than the football on the pitch, says midfielder

Working together: Sports minister Tracey Crouch MP with AFC Wimbledon's chief executive Erik Samuelson

Football: AFC Wimbledon's rise to the Football League hailed as a model for fan-owned clubs

Rising stock: Jack Clifford could get his first senior England cap against Scotland in February with Quins team-mates Chris Robshaw alongside him

Harlequins: Level-headed Jack Clifford can add explosive element to England's back row

Goal man: Matt Tubbs scored 15 goals in 27 appearances for AFC Wimbledon

AFC Wimbledon: Ardley denies interest in re-signing Portsmouth striker Tubbs

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On his way: Conor O'Shea has announced he will leave Quins at the end of the season

Harlequins: Conor O'Shea says the time is right to quit Quins

Double whammy: Nicholas Atwell in action earlier this season taking the baton from clubmate Sammy Croll-Mensah

Athletics: Herne Hill Harriers pays a double visit to the indoor podium

Winner: Sutton Unite's Jamie Collins scores (red boots left of centre) the only goal in the FA Trophy triumph over Curzon Ashton (Picture: Paul Loughlin)

Football: "Ugly win" put Sutton United into the last 16 of the FA Trophy

Double back: Striker Andre McCollin scored twice on his return for Kingstonian at Burgess Hill Town on Saturday

Kingstonian: Striker Andre McCollin only had eyes for Ks, despite Hampton interest

Date:16/01/2016Time:15:00Rep:Tim AshtonRef:SP95047Contact Name/Number:Laurence Lowne Address:Kingsmeadow stadium, KingstonJob Details:Title: Sport - AFC WimbledonAFC Wimbledon v Mansfield TownAction shots of the Dons lads please with

AFC Wimbledon: "I got it wrong" says tinker man Ardley

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