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An old chap from home often tells me the story of a rugby league player from Workington who did a shift down the mines until 6am and then jumped on the bus Wigan to take part in the final of the Rugby League North West counties cup...

Liveblog: Leyton Orient vs Notts County

Hackney Post reporter Henry Vane has made the valiant trip up to Nottingham to cover the Orient v Notts county match.

Hearn: Orient tenancy on Olympic Stadium is a matter of survival

Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn will mount a legal challenge on the future of the Olympic Stadium, saying that his team’s bid for a joint tenancy with West Ham was wrongly dismissed.

Lisbie’s hopes for playoff success

Returning Leyton Orient striker Kevin Lisbie hopes his seven week layoff will mean he’s fresh for tomorrow's run-in with Notts County and can fire the O’s into the play-offs. Last season’s top scorer told the...

Play off dream alive for Leyton Orient as Bournemouth win breaks 50 point mark

Leyton Orient brush past Bournemouth with a decisive 3-1 victory at the Matchroom Stadium

Struggling Orient sign three new players

Beleaguered Leyton Orient manager Russell Slade has signed three new players in a bid to save his side from relegation. The Os have brought in Bristol City winger Jamal Campbell-Ryce and Sunderland midfielder Adam Reed on...

Orient stunned by last-gasp equaliser against Walsall

A controversial red card and a stoppage time equaliser dashed Leyton Orient's hopes of beating Walsall in a scrappy encounter.

Orient hit 7th but Slade still satisfied with safety

Leyton Orient’s 12 match unbeaten league run has sparked talk of promotion, with manager Russell Slade saying that it would be “the greatest achievement in the club’s history”.

Orient extend unbeaten run to 12

Walsall 0 – 2 Leyton Orient Despite a below-par performance, Orient continued their good league run with victory at Walsall on Tuesday.

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