Sports Review: The highs and lows of 2013 in the Richmond & Twickenham Times - part two

Wimbledon Guardian: July: Harlequins academy number eight Jack Clifford holds the Junior World Championship trophy aloft after beating Wales in the final  Pic: Getty Images July: Harlequins academy number eight Jack Clifford holds the Junior World Championship trophy aloft after beating Wales in the final Pic: Getty Images

Richmond & Twickenham Times sports editor Stuart Amos reflects on 2013’s sporting highs and lows.

July: Harlequins academy number eight Jack Clifford captained England U20s to the junior world title.

August: Twickenham’s Mo Farah added the world 5,000m and 10,000m titles to the Olympic double he secured in London last year.

September: Captain Carlos Nunes smashed 593 league runs as Twickenham finished fourth in the Middlesex County Premier League – ahead of neighbours Richmond and Teddington.

October: Former Hampton School student Max Kretzschmar scored for Wycombe Wanderers in a 1-0 League Two win at Bristol Rovers.

November: Teddington 21-year-old Kieran Leinster preserved his unbeaten Queensbury Boxing League southern area middleweight record with a win over Matt Piper.

December: Brentford saw boss Uwe Rosler leave the club to join Wigan Athletic in the same week plans for a new stadium were given the go ahead.

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