WHEN Fitz Hall was lining up for Chesham United against the likes of Maidenhead United 11 years ago, by his own admission, he could never imagine his dream of playing at Wembley would ever become reality.
MARLOW Wolves coach Sam McKee thinks there's still more to come from his youngsters despite seeing them power their way to the top of the table.
BUDDING boxer Jake Henderson is hoping to land his first professional fight by the end of this year - and prove a point to the school bullies.
SAM Wood said Wanderers would have got to Wembley if it wasn't for a three game losing streak.
DONATIONS from Wanderers fans helped to pay off the club's outstanding debt to the taxman, Blues chairman Don Woodward said this week.
WANDERERS midfielder Sam Wood said the spirit amongst his team mates could help them to promotion next season.
JACK Wallace has departed Wasps to sign for Championship side Bristol.
KEITH Newell thinks High Wycombe Cricket Club could have made a better start to the season if they'd won the toss in both their opening games.
WANDERERS are considering handing a home section over to visiting clubs who are expecting to bring a large away following next season.
CHRISTIAN Wade has rounded off a superb season by becoming the first player to secure a double at the Rugby Players' Association awards.
JOSH Scowen admits he's spent most of his first season as a first team regular pinching himself.
MARLOW Rugby Club can now count a European champion among their old boys after Nick Kennedy lifted the Heineken Cup on Saturday.
MATT Ingram was destined to become a goalkeeper thanks to his dad not wanting to get any abuse from fellow parents.
THE all-conquering Royal Grammar School rugby team are looking forward to a Wembley appearance as a curtain raiser to rugby league's prestigious Challenge Cup final.
LEE Angol will remain as a Wycombe Wanderers player for another season after signing a new contract.
CHRIS Thomas's swashbuckling innings couldn't save Bucks from defeat against Wales in their Minor Counties Trophy match at Dinton on Saturday.
ED Walker is preparing to face international standard players after reaching the final of the national Junior Racketball Championship.
BEN Smith won a place in another national final as he saw off a fellow England international on Saturday.
WORLD Cup winner Martin Johnson, victorious Ashes captain Andrew Strauss and Wimbledon semi finalist Tim Henman will all be appearing in Bucks at a new summer festival.
A BOMB disposal expert is in line to play for Wasps next season after being given a sabbatical from the army.