Three-Year-Old Filly The Main Bet

Improving Handicapper Ready To Strike Again At Kempton The will to win is paramount to all sporting success and we have this evening, in the form of LAPIDARY and Luke Morris, two warriors in the quest for gold.
The filly runs in the 32Red On The App Store sponsored Class 4 race after winning read more...

Vunipola reveals injury relief

Mako Vunipola says he is fit and raring to go and is looking forward to returning to the England side against Ireland on Saturday.
The prop's hopes of playing in the Rugby World Cup suffered a huge scare when he picked up a hamstring tear as Saracens won the Champions Cup back in May. The 28 read more...

Anderson makes bowling return

James Anderson is feeling well after bowling for Lancashire's second XI in an attempt to prove his fitness for England.
Anderson was left out of the second Ashes Test against Australia after aggravating a calf injury in the first and will also miss out in the third, which begins at Headingle read more...

Hughes ‘pain worst ever’

Warrington Wolves forward Jack Hughes has spoken of the acute pain he was in after rupturing a testicle in a recent game.
Rugby League is a rough and tough sport but nothing prepared Hughes for the pain he was in after receiving a knee to the groin in a recent game against Catalans Dragons e read more...

Federer says younger players not as talented

Roger Federer says the younger generation of tennis stars do not have the same talent as he, Rafael Nadal or Novak Djokovic.
Between the three of them, they have won all Grand Slam events in the last three years and gained a colossal 54 Slam titles combined. Their dominance shows no sign of read more...

Molinari Tweet led to rule change

European Tour chief executive Keith Pelley says a Tweet from Edoardo Molinari led to the recent measures announced to speed up play.
A raft of new measures to stop slow play on the tour were announced on Monday including an immediate one-stroke penalty during a round if a player gets two tim read more...

Ricciardo admits Renault need improvements

Renault racer Daniel Ricciardo says his team need to make improvements if they are to reach their podium targets for 2020.
So far in 2019, Ricciardo has failed to live up to expectations at the team he surprisingly joined Red Bull from at the start of the season. He has only finished in the read more...

World Cup blow for South Africa

South Africa forward Marcell Coetzee has been ruled out of the up and coming World Cup after picking up a ankle injury in a warm up game.
An impressive season for Ulster saw him recalled to the Springboks training camp after he had been kept out of the squad following a succession of injury read more...

Pumas confirm World Cup squad

Argentina head coach Mario Ledesma has named his 31-man squad for next month's World Cup.
Flanker Juan Manuel Leguizamon has been included and the 36-year-old will, therefore, become just the fourth Argentine to feature at four World Cups, following in the footsteps of Felipe Contepomi, Agus read more...

Cox delighted with Morney third

Clive Cox was delighted with Golden Horde's third-place finish in what he described as 'the best two-year-old race of the year' on Sunday.
Golden Horde was third behind Earthlight and Raffle Prize in Sunday's star-studded Prix Morney at Deauville with the son of Lethal Force just two lengths read more...