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For by no means the first time in their history, Christ Church Bromley were judged by their fellow teams to be the most sporting in the League in the 2006-07 season.
By finishing Runners-Up in Division 2 in only their second season, Laos Athletic achieved promotion in successive years. Pictured here with their trophy are the Laos players that attended the League's 2007 Presentation Service.
Pictured here are Penge Family Church FC's players who attended the League's 2007 Presentation Service to collect their medals.
Pictured here with their various trophies and medals are the Lewin Sports players that attended the 2007 League's Presentation Service. Click here for more details.
Pictured here are the All Saints' contingent that attended the League's 2007 Presentation Service to receive their medals
Everyone at New Life FC prays that Sam has a speedy and thorough recovery from his injury. God bless
Click here for a photo of Drummond Rovers' team that were runners-up in this year's tournament
Having now won the trophy three times in the last five years, UCF have seemingly got into the habit of ending up as Plate Winners at the League's annual Five-A-Side Tournament. Click here to read more!
The League's 2007 Five-A-Side Tournament saw new names added to the list of winners and runners-up as Newgen won the competition for the first time by overcoming Drummond Rovers in the final. Click for more details
Following his second 'last ever sponsored bike ride' last year, George Ruston was back on his bike recently, again raising funds for Hope UK, but this time there was a difference! To find out more, click here.
The Coptic Pharaohs failed to make a third consecutive COFTA Cup triumph when they defended their title at Shephalbury Park, Stevenage on the weekend of 15-16 September 2007.
Before the season has even started, Christ Church Chislehurst have reached the top. No, not top of the League, nor top of the world, but Richard Adams and some of his team did manage to complete the Three Peaks Challenge recently.
All smiles from Lewin Sports' Captain Marvel, Will Hague and Team Manager, Lewis Farquarson as they hold the Mike King Trophy following their team 5-2 victory over Oakhall in this season's final.
New Community captain Tom Garforth receives the cup from referee Mike Laxton following his team's 1-0 win over Orpington Town Church in the 2007 final of the competition that Mike himself instigated several years previously.
Among the thousands pounding the streets in the 2007 London Marathon were two of our League's players. If you don't know their identity, click here to find out who they were, how they got on, and how you can still sponsor them.
Continuing the scenic theme in connection with United Churches Fellowship's travels in the National Christian Cup, this picture is of the Rhondda Valley in South Wales.
Click here to find out how our teams got on in Round 3.
Yes, I know it's supposed to be Daniel and it's not really a den, but click here for another shot from Adam Bull's trip to Malawi last summer showing some of the Trailblazers team in a time of relaxation?
No, it's not a spelling mistake! Somewhere in this amazingly colourful scene is Eltham Green's Club Secretary Adam Bull. The photo was taken during Adam's trip to Malawi with Ambassadors In Sport's Trailblazers last summer. Click here to enlarge
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By winning the League's 5-A-Side tournament which took place on 16 September, Selsdon Baptist completed a notable double by adding this title to the 11-A-Side title they won for the second time in their history in the 2005-06 season.
George Ruston, manager of Park Road Baptist FC, has achieved his target of cycling 100 miles in one day in aid of THIRST FOR LIFE 2007. Despite four marathon rides in aid of Hope UK, George had never before cracked the 100-miles-in-a-day barrier....
Despite his team ending up 3-1 losers to Laos Athletic in the final of the Mike Laxton Cup, Penge Family Church's Mark Slaughter was named Man-Of-The- Match for his consistent efforts over the 90 minutes.