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  1. UEFA Europa League – Update After Matchday 4

    UEFA Europa League – Update After Matchday 4

    UEFA Europa League – Update After Matchday 4

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  2. Europa League Round Of 16

    Europa League Round Of 16

    The Europa League Round of 16 kicked off last night, delivering drama of the highest quality for the two remaining British teams.

    Both Chelsea and Arsenal have made it to this point of the competition at a relative canter, but with the competition kicking up a notch, surprise results can often be the flavour of the day.

    Arsenal compounded that theory with a shock defeat to French side Rennes,
    currently lie 10th in Ligue 1. Despite taking the lead through Alex Iwobi early in the first half, Sokratis Papastathopoulos’ dismissal following a second yellow card invited a wave a attack from the French side, culminating in an equalising goal for Benjamin Bourigeaud

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  3. Europa League Round-Up

    Europa League Round-Up

    Despite the frosty weather, things are beginning to heat up in the Europa League for three British teams.

    Last night signalled the end of the group stages, with only Arsenal coming away with a victory having already secured progression through to the knock-out stages.

    Perhaps the most fortunate team to make their way to the last-32 was Celtic, who qualified despite a loss to FC Red Bull Salzburg thanks to a shock result that saw Norwegian side Rosenborg draw with RB Leipzig in Germany.


    The Scottish Champions fell behind after two goals in 10 minutes in the second half which had most of Celtic’s supporters resigned to the realisation that their European journey was over.

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  4. Europa League Round-Up

    Europa League Round-Up

    It was another fantastic night for British teams in the Europa League with all four teams still in the running to make it to the knockout stages of the competition.

    Chelsea romped home with a resounding 4-0 win to extend their lead at the top of Group L to nine points with one game to go in the group stages of the competition.

    ChelseaOlivier Giroud set the tone with two first-half goals for the Blues after PAOK Salonika were reduced to 10 men when Yeven Khacheridi was shown a straight red card in the seventh minute for denying Giroud a clear goal-scoring opportunity.

    Callum Hudson-Odoi compounded PAOK’s problems with his first senior goal for the club on the hour mark to extend Chelea’s

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  5. Europa League Round-Up

    Europa League Round-Up

    It was a successful night in Europe for British teams as Chelsea and Arsenal both secured a place in the knockout stage of the Europa League and Celtic and Rangers remain in the hunt to follow suit.

    Europa League Ball

    Chelsea ventured to Belarus to face FC BATE, having beaten the same side 3-1 at Stamford Bridge a couple of weeks ago.  This time, Chelsea faced a sterner test to maintain their perfect record in the competition.

    After taking the lead through Olivier Giroud before the hour-mark, the Blues were on the receiving end of a barrage of chances as the home side rattled both the crossbar and the post as they searched

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  6. Europa League Round-Up

    Europa League Round-Up

    The Europa League this week revealed a mixed bag of results for British teams as the competition moves into full swing, halfway through the group stage.

    RLCChelsea continued to show why they are heavy tournament favourites with a commanding display over BATE, emerging 3-1 victors thanks to a superb hat-trick from fan-favourite Reuben Loftus-Cheek who took the stunning Molten Match Ball home.

    Loftus-Cheek’s efforts meant that he was the first English player since Harry Kane to score a hat-trick in the Europa League since 2014, and the first for The Blues in Europe since 1971.

    The win sees Chelsea sit comfortably at the top of Group L with three wins from three games, leaving them six points

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  7. Europa League Preview!

    Europa League Preview!

    The wait is finally over. Thursday 20 September 2018 marks the start of the UEFA Europa League, Europe’s largest league of professional football clubs in the world.

    Every season, over 180 professional football teams from 55 countries across Europe take part in the league games, including the preliminary round. With the group stages now upon us, we are already down to 48 teams who will battle it out for the Europa League Trophy.


    There are four British teams to have made it to this point; 2012/13 UEFA Europa League winners Chelsea, Arsenal, Celtic and Steven Gerrard’s Rangers side. This year,

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  8. Molten Partners with Totally Netball!

    Molten Partners with Totally Netball!

    Molten are delighted to announce our formal partnership with Totally Netball, the leading Netball organisation in the Midlands who will now be using Molten Netballs across all of their leagues.


    Totally Netball is all about giving Netball back to ladies who loved playing when they were younger but allowed life to take over. Having only started in 2017, Totally Netball have gone from strength to strength having already expanded to 10 leagues in 11 locations.

    Molten are the proud leaders in the design and manufacture of sports equipment including the

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  9. Official Europa League Match Day Ball!

    Official Europa League Match Day Ball!

    The World Cup may have come and gone for England, but Molten have something created something worth cheering about for the upcoming domestic season.


    Last October, it was announced that Molten had become the new supplier of the Official Europa League Match Ball, and earlier this year UEFA announced that the Europa League would be undergoing a new brand identity. Now, the fruits of that labour have come to fruition.

    The new ball was adapted from Molten’s flagship football model, the Vantaggio 5000. Molten’s unique thermal bonding technology produces a smooth, seamless cover and enhances shape retention whilst

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  10. Sevenoaks Suns Steal The Show

    Sevenoaks Suns Steal The Show

    Sevenoaks Suns have won back-to-back play-off finals after defeating Leicester Riders 69-44 at the O2 Arena.

    WBBL Final

    The Suns were led by League and Play-Off final MVP Cat Carr who scored 19 points in addition to her 8 assists and 8 rebounds. Carr was helped along the way by Chantelle Pressley adding 12 points and Judit Fritz 10.

    Sevenoaks hit the ground running, racing to a 7 point lead at the end of the first quarter before shutting the Riders out to take an 18 point lead into halftime, up 38-20, with Carr scoring 15.

    Leicester attempted to mount a comeback in the third quarter, at one point reducing the deficit to 15 points, before the Suns rallied to extend their lead to 20.

    Unfortunately, that rather put the nail in the coffin for the Riders and despite a spirited effort in the final quarter,

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