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Calm before the storm (from left): Keiran Murphy, Charlie Moone, Tom Jelley, Ryan Newman and Stuart Amos, listen intently to Hampton boss Alan Dowson’s team talk 	All pictures: SP92531

Football: Sense of purpose has Hampton & Richmond Borough well primed

Tough test: Record signing Andreas Bjelland is battling on two fronts with the Bees and Denmark

Football: Brentford's Bjelland facing up to busy year at home and in Europe

Hard work pays off: Hampton's Jake Rose chased down the Palace defence to set up his 15th minute strike

Football: Kabamba shines in Palace draw to raise hope of extended Hampton stay

Out the door: Jonathan Douglas is set to leave Griffin Park this summer

Football: Douglas frozen out at Brentford as hero's exit looms large

Got ya: Hampton striker Charlie Moone shuts down Scotland international midfielder Barry Bannan in Monday's 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace at the Beveree

Football: Hampton's Moone may have to sacrifice goals for good of team

Work to do: Quins winger Marland Yarde is hoping he has found his form in time to make the World Cup cut

Rugby Union: Marland will have to put in hard Yarde-s to make England cut

New era: New Brentford striker Lasse Vibe worked hard to get into the game having only joined up with his new team-mates on Friday

FOOTBALL: Attention to detail and ambition key to Vibe's Bees switch

Bright start: Akaki Gogia showed plenty of good touches in the opening exchanges against Stoke City to go with his goal

FOOTBALL: Gogia says Bees can step up another level after Stoke triumph

Last time out: Danny Care has not worn an England shirt in anger since the autumn international against South Africa

Harlequins: World Cup hero can see an open door for he who Cares

New man: Lasse Vibe has signed a three-year deal at Brentford

Football: Brentford sign up Dane striker to feel the Vibe up front

Delighted: Bees head coach Marinus Djikhuizen

Football: Brentford new boy Hofmann gives Bees more options

Big guns: Josh McEachran turned down Real Madrid to sign for Chelsea as a teenager, but he recommends young players should play abroad

Football: Chelsea fan McEachran once snubbed Real Madrid to sign at Stamford Bridge

Burden lifted: Bees striker Andre Gray will get some hired help up front should Danish international Lasse Vibe complete his expected move to Griffin Park

Brentford: Danish striker Vibe set for Brentford switch

Hard graft: Hampton Alan Dowson is literally going the extra mile to land a new signing

Football: Boss to go the extra mile at Elmbridge 10K to boost Hampton playing budget

Business like: Simon Amor, right, on the sidelines during his spell as director of rugby at London Scottish

Rugby Union: Ex-Scottish chief Amor gets Team GB Sevens nod

Calling time: Harlequins Jordan Turner-Hall will be missed at the Stoop

Harlequins: Injury forces 'special person' Turner-Hall to call it a day

Challenges: Harry Sloan wants the starting jersey at Quins, but he has some tough competition

Harlequins: Sloan excited by the blockage ahead

Potential to fulfill: Brentford's new boy Josh McEachran

Football: McEachran says Brentford have look of promotion contenders

Close but no cigar: Brentford's Seika Jatta, second from left, is congratulated on scoring his team's second goal at Wheatsheaf Park   All pictures: Andy Fitzsimons

PICTURE GALLERY: Ex-Hampton man hands Brentford first pre-season defeat

Frontrunner: Harlequins Joe Marler is lined up for the England loosehead spot when the World Cup starts later this year

Harlequins: Marler has come of age says England counterpart

All hands on deck: Jack Clifford stepped up in style from the academy last term and more will need to follow suit this time around

Rugby Union: Much expected of Quins youngsters this term

Here you go: Corinthian Casuals vice president Brian Adamson presents Tooting captain Harry Knock with the Geoff Harvey Memorial Vase after Sunday's win over Hampton & Richmond Borough

Football: Beavers will be flying come Harrow on opening day

Ready to impress: Brentford keeper Mark Smith in action for Hampton & Richmond Borough last season

Brentford: Confidence sky high in Bees camp after friendly win

Never really settled: Northern Ireland international Will Grigg was unlucky during his spell at Brentford, but impressed many at MK Dons last term

Brentford: Giles hints at more Bees firepower as Grigg signs for Wigan

Fleeting appearance: Brentford new boy Josh McEachran in one of a few appearances for Chelsea

Brentford: Bees style suits McEachran just fine

Determined: London Welsh's new skipper Matt Corker

London Welsh: New skipper promised renewed drive for Exiles glory

Man on a mission: Brentford's Will Grigg is out to impress this pre-season

Brentford: Grigg admits pre-season is key to his Bees ambitions

New look (from left to right): Bees chief executive Mark Devlin, Toumani Diagourage, Alan Judge and Jake Bidwell, show off the new look Brentford home and away kits

Brentford: Ambitious Bees agree record sponsorship deal

Ring of fire: On trial Johnny Cash cut a dash in the defeat to Brentford on Wednesday

PICTURE GALLERY: Hampton boss urges players to impress as young Bees triumph

Times were tough: Quins winger Marland Yarde has revealed he has had to work hard to get back in to the England reckoning

Rugby Union: Quins' Yarde determined to land World Cup berth after Six Nations snub

On trial: Former Kingstonian winger Charlie Knight will be looking to impress Hampton boss Alan Dowson

Football: Brentford's kids will face a Knight looking to prove a point

Back then: former Harlequins winger Ugo Monye scores for England against Fiji at Twickenham stadium in 2012

Rugby Union: England get first glance of Fiji at Stoop

Time to say goodbye: Brentford defender Tony Craig has agreed to return to Millwall where he started his career

Brentford: Craig says thanks for the memories after Millwall switch

Big names: Harlequins' capture of Jamie Roberts will address the club's shortcomings in midfield

Rugby Union: Harlequins' recruitment mistakes have cost club dear

Passionate: Dave Ward believes rugby is a sport for the future

Rugby Union: Quins hooker Ward believes in power of rugby

Spending big: Head coach Marinus Dijkhuizen is rebuilding his squad fast ahead of next week's trip to Portugal

Brentford: Record-signing Bjelland makes impression as Bees return to training

Good signing: AFC Wimbledon have signed ex-Brentford defender Karleigh Osborne on a season-long loan from Bristol City

AFC Wimbledon: Dons double swoop makes them formidable force

New direction: England's Abigail Chamberlain will combine playing with coaching after being named an assistant coach at London Cornish

Rugby Union: England captain takes first step into coaching

Happy to be back: Josh Drauniniu is pleased to be back in familiar surroundings

London Welsh: Welsh winger has unfinished business as Exiles return from Oxford exile

Flashback: Jon Mills & Co with the Championship trophy in 2012

Rugby union: Welsh must learn to win again, says Phillips

Hard work: Bees defender Tony Craig, centre, will have a hard summer trying to impress new head coach Marinus Dijkhuizen

Brentford: Craig will feel the heat of Barbet arrival

Falling into place: Head coach Marinus Djikhuizen will have another font of knowledge to tap into in Flemming Pedersen

Brentford: Pundits poke fun but Bees' footballing philosopher is no flash in the pan

Speedster: Jordan Burns has appeared for Harlequins more in the shortened format of the game

Harlequins: Burns can make Bedford Blues' number nine shirt his own

Staying put: Brentford keeper Mark Smith in action during a loan spell at Hampton & Richmond Borough last season

Brentford: Smith wins battle for new Bees deal

New faces: Football fans in Hampton will get the chance to cast their eye over some young professionals of the future, when Brentford's U21s host their league matches at Beveree next term

Football: Hampton agree deal to host Brentford U21 matches

On his toes: Ryan Williams, far right, has seen his career stall at League Two Morecambe

Brentford: Williams out to make sure Dijkhuizen gamble pays off

Cinema-goer: AFC Wimbledon midfielder Dannie Bulman

First time for everything: AFC Wimbledon midfielder Dannie Bulman

Deep in thought: Head coach Marinus Dijkhuizen has much to learn, but is more concerned with preparing his players than the opposition

Brentford: Pre-season vital to Bees' hopes in hectic opening month

Hope springs eternal: Hampton striker Charlie Moone would target man to ease his workload

Football: Moone is hoping more Hampton firepower suits him

Rude awakening: New head coach Marinus Dijkhuizen will get a good idea of the task in hand in the opening month of the campaign

Brentford: Ipswich Town the visitors for Dijkhuizen's first game

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