This month’s South West Londoner sports e-zine features everything from football to skiing and basketball to cricket.
There’s the emotional story of 12-year-old Damary Dawkins, who has been helped through his cancer battle by football but now needs a stem cell transplant by Christmas.
There’s also the gay Zimbabwean referee who can’t go back to his homeland and the tale of two footballing sisters who suffered the same ACL injury but had very treatments.
We also feature Dulwich Hamlet’s successful fight to return to Champion Hill, the Putney soldier who competed at the Invictus Games this year and the successful Croydon football team who disbanded at the start of the First World War and didn’t reform after it.
The London City Royals are bringing top level basketball back to Crystal Palace, Surrey Cricketer Arun Harinath talks of his plans beyond the game and skier Pete Speight gives his thoughts on Brexit.
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