Two-year-old filly set to bounce back on Tapeta

Monday’s Nap Sulafaat was only narrowly denied at Newcastle when going down by a neck.
Tuesday’s selection also comes on all-weather from Wolverhampton.
Goddess Of Fire has shown much improved form since joining John Ryan’s yard and the filly can make up for some bad luck in running read more...

Reed hits back at cheating claims

Patrick Reed has again launched a staunch defence of himself after being accused of cheating at last week's Hero World Challenge.
After completing his third round in the Bahamas, world number 12 Reed was handed a two-stroke penalty by the officials after being deemed to have improved his lie read more...

McIlroy confirms Saudi rejection

Rory McIlroy has revealed he has turned down the chance to play in the Saudi International because of a combination of reasons.
World number two McIlroy didn't feature in the inaugural event in February this year and he has decided to swerve the tournament in 2020, rejecting a reported £1.9 read more...

Greatrex reveals Caspian hopes for Keeper Hill

Keeper Hill has been backed by Warren Greatrex to perform well in Saturday's Caspian Caviar Gold Cup at Cheltenham.
The eight-year-old enjoyed a successful return to the track after a 231-day absence when triumphing at Haydock recently, and, while the race sapped Keeper Hill's energy, he is read more...

Might Bite poised to make hurdles switch

Nicky Henderson is pondering a switch to hurdles next for Might Bite after his disappointing run over fences in the Many Clouds Hurdle.
The 10-year-old was pitched in against the Colin Tizzard-trained Native River in Saturday's three-mile Group Two outing at Aintree - a repeat of the 2018 Ch read more...

Radford reveals reserves concerns

Hull FC head coach Lee Radford admits he has concerns over the new reserves league, despite being a strong advocate for its return.
Radford initially praised the decision to make it mandatory for all English-based Super League clubs to have a reserve team in the 2020 campaign, but is now con read more...

Warriors star pens new deal

Worcester Warriors have been boosted by the news loosehead prop Ethan Waller has penned a two-year contract extension with the club.
Waller was due to fall out of contract at the end of the season, but thankfully for everyone concerned with the club, he has penned fresh terms to take him thr read more...

Kiwis sweating on Boult fitness

New Zealand are hopeful that left-arm quick Trent Boult will be fit to face Australia in the first Test, starting on Thursday.
The Black Caps are now in Perth readying themselves for the opening salvo in the three-match series at Optus Stadium. The Kiwis will have been buoyed by their recent read more...

Powell relishing Wigan challenge

Sam Powell admits he is enjoying a tough pre-season and hopes Wigan will improve on their 2019 showing next year.
The Warriors finished second in the regular Super League season to qualify for the play-offs but fell to Salford in the preliminary final. They had already gone down heavily to S read more...

Sexton worry for Ireland

Fly-half Johnny Sexton may be a doubt for the Six Nations after being ruled out of Leinster's Champions Cup game at home against Northampton.
With the Six Nations due to start on February 1, Ireland's new coach Andy Farrell will be anxiously waiting for the results of a scan on the knee inju read more...