With West Ham United moving from Upton Park to the Olympic Stadium next season, Dunmow United Sharks U8s are one of the last few teams to play on the Hammers’ old pitch.
Dunmow United Lions U10s finished their Spring League fixtures with a strong display against Coggeshall Town.
Dunmow Rhodes Lions U17s completed their home matches for the season with a 0-0 draw against Coggeshall Town Reds.
Dunmow United Colts U17s took victory, via a sudden death penalty shoot-out, to lift the Blackwater and Dengie League Division One Cup in a dramatic final against Coggeshall Town Blacks.
Takeley FC have appointed former Saffron Walden Town and Sawbridgeworth manager Marc Das as their new boss.
England Rugby’s sensational Saturday finished on a high – as their U20s defeated Ireland in the final of the World Rugby U20 Championship.
Former Felsted pupil Max Malins will be hoping to help England to glory in the World Rugby U20 Championship final in Manchester on Saturday.
Alex Lynn and his DAMS racing team were left scratching their heads after a disappointing, and point less, weekend at Baku, Azerbaijan in the GP2 Series.
Georgia Slocombe, Fynn Clements, Kayley and Amber Morris have been selected to compete at London’s O2 Arena.
The pressure was on for Dunmow Atlantis Swimming Club as they competed in the second round of the M11 Junior League last week.
Swimmers from Dunmow Atlantis are continuing to ride high following their success at the recent Braintree & Bocking Swimming Club Spring Festival Meet.
Dunmow triathlete Andy Bourne won European gold in Portugal in what was his first major international race and is now looking to take on the rest of the world.
Nine Flitch Green Runners took part in the Hatfield Broad Oak 10km road race on Bank Holiday Monday, with many completing their first 10km road race and setting personal bests.
Alex Lynn was left happy with his points tally from the GP2 Series races in Monaco at the weekend despite not making the podium.
Another hugely fragile batting performance consigned Dunmow to another defeat on Saturday on a damp overcast day at St Edmunds Lane.
Batting frailties were once again exposed in a bizarre game of cricket as Dunmow lost to Long Melford at St Edmunds Lane.
A performance to be forgotten about and moved on from was how skipper Paul Reid described the performance put in by Dunmow on Saturday, as they slumped to their fourth defeat of the season against near rivals in the league Mildenhall 2nds.
Dunmow ended a three-match losing streak in the Two Counties League Division Two with a confident six-wicket victory over Exning on Saturday.
Dunmow were left rueing crucial missed chances against Easton as they fell to their third successive defeat in the Two Counties Championship Division Two.