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Blues crash out of JPT
Southend are out of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
The Blues drew 2-2 with AFC Wimbledon - but went on to lose 4-2 on penalties.
Added by news on 03/09/2014 06:08:57
Hammers win at 7th time of asking
Speedway and Lakeside have their first Elite League win in seven.
The Hammers beat Poole 35-26 - thought the fixture was abandoned early becuase of the rain.
Added by news on 02/09/2014 08:15:17
U's quick to appoint successors to Dunne and Kinsella & England play at ECG
U's quick to appoint successors to Dunne and Kinsella
Football - Colchester United have moved quickly to appoint a successor to Joe Dunne.
The U's boss and his assistant Mark Kinsella were sacked this morning.
A short time ago the club revealed its Youth Academy head Tony Humes is now in charge.
He'll be assisted by Richard Hall.
The U's are again struggling in League One and are second from bottom after losing to Peterborough at the weekend.
To read the club's statements click HERE
(Pod image: Richard Blaxall)
England play at ECG
Cricket - England women take on South Africa tonight in the T20 at the County Ground in Chelmsford.
Speedway - Hammers hopes hanging by a thread?
Speedway - The Lakeside Hammers take to the track tonight with their Play Off hopes hanging on the results of other teams following a run of defeats.
Colchester still winless
Southampton won 3-1 at West Ham in the Premier League yesterday.
In today's action, Mario Balotelli could make his Liverpool debut when they go to Tottenham.
Colchester are still winless and now sit second bottom of League One after losing 3-1 at home to new leaders Peterborough.
Southend lost 2-0 at Plymouth in League Two.
Hammers lose again
Speedway and it's now six Elite League defeats in a row for Lakeside.
The Hammers were beaten 50-40 by Eastbourne yesterday.
Added by news on 02/09/2014 08:14:26
Today's football, Cook looking for win & Speedway preview
West Ham entertain Southampton in the Premier League.
Colchester host Peterborough later looking for thier first League One win.
The visitors sit second, having won three of their first four.
Cook looking for win
Essex's Alastair Cook could do with a win when England take on India in the third one-day international.
They go into the game at Trent Bridge trailing 1-0 in the series and with more
questions being asked of Captain Cook's place in the team.
Speedway - Hammers back in action
Lakeside go to Eastbourne later.
The Hammers are looking to avoid their sixth straight defeat.
Added by Nick Hull on 30/08/2014 07:55:24
Cook under fire again & Eagles crash out of ODC
Cook under fire again
Former England spinner Graeme Swann has launched another attack on Essex's Alastair Cook.
Swann says he should give up his place in the national one-day side.
He's also branded the team's style of play is like a "two litre diesel in a Formula One race".
Eagles crash out of ODC
Cricket: Essex have crashed out of the One Day Cup.
They lost their quarter-final against Warwickshire by 67 runs.
Read the match report HERE
Earlier, Durham progressed thanks to a 31 run win against Yorkshire.
Defeat for Hammers
Speedway: The Lakeside Hammers went down 57-35 at Swindon in the Elite League last night.
Added by news on 29/08/2014 13:26:49