Brentford keep up the play-off push with comfortable derby win

Bryan Mbeumo was the Brentford hero as they dominated the west London derby against Fulham. The only goal of the game came through an impressive Mbeumo volley after a devastating Brentford counter attack. Fulham came close to an equaliser through substitute Anthony Knockaert’s long-range effort in injury time, but rarely troubled David

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year.  A time for curling up on the sofa with loved ones and settling in for a night (or many nights) of Christmas television. The wait is almost over...  The World Darts Championship is here! The highlight of the sporting Christmas calendar.  The Sports Gazette team

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American Rick Reilly has been voted National Sportswriter of the Year a staggering 11 times.  He is also a member of the National Sportswriters and Sportscasters Hall of Fame. In short, he is an excellent writer. He was recently nominated for the prestigious William Hill Sports Book of the Year (WHSBOTY), for

Dasilva Hat-trick Hammers Hapless Hatters

Brentford 7-0 Luton Town A Josh Dasilva hat-trick inspired Brentford to a 7-0 rout over Luton, moving them to within one point of a play-off position. The Bees were 5-0 up at half-time thanks to two Dasilva goals and efforts from Oli Watkins, Bryan Mbeumo and Mathias Jensen. Brentford cruised through the second

Uren steals the show in Women’s RugbyX

Emma Uren produced an incredible performance in the final of RugbyX. Her pace and skill blew away pre-tournament favourites the USA, as England were crowned Champions. The 22-year-old scored a hat-trick in the final and outfoxed her opponent in the winner takes all shoot-out. Unfortunately, the confusion surrounding the one-on-one format

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RugbyX got underway at The O2 arena, and was an instant success with the crowd and players alike. In the women's competition the first semi-final saw home side England take on France, a rivaly that always counts, know matter what the format. This was a high scoring brutal affair that saw England