Saints winger calls for response

St Helens winger Tommy Makinson has demanded a response from his side to their Super League loss to Wakefield.
The league leaders went down 24-20 at Trinity on Sunday as they slipped to just a second defeat of the season. Saints host Huddersfield on Friday and Makinson is desperate for his s read more...

Mulvany eyes Galway Hurdle

Trainer Michael Mulvany has revealed On The Go Again is being aimed at the Galway Hurdle.
The five-year-old bay gelding produced a brilliant performance on Monday to win the Heritage Stakes at Leopardstown, providing Mulvany with the first Listed success of his training career. On The Go Aga read more...

Tizzard confirms Cue Card retirement

Colin Tizzard's son and assistant Joe has confirmed the news that the legendary Cue Card has been retired.
One of the biggest and most popular names in the sport, Cue Card landed a massive win when triumphing in the 2010 Champion Bumper at the Cheltenham Festival and that was the start of nu read more...

Djokovic reveals mental struggles

Novak Djokovic says he can now play pain-free and admits he was also struggling mentally earlier in the year.
The former world number one overcame Dusan Lajovic 6-0 6-1 on Monday to reach the second round of the Monte Carlo Masters. The Serbian star underwent a minor surgical procedure on an read more...

Donaldson may face fine after Monte Carlo bust-up

Jared Donaldson could be in hot water after confronting an umpire over a line call at the Monte Carlo Masters.
The American went down 6-3 6-3 to Albert Ramos-Vinolas in his first-round match but the contest was overshadowed by an unsavoury incident in the sixth game of the second set. The 21 read more...

Vince hails pace duo after Worcestershire scalp

Hampshire skipper James Vince was full of praise for his bowlers as they beat Worcestershire by 196 runs in the Championship.
Worcestershire resumed their second innings on 59-3 needing an unlikely further 265 to win, but they never threatened to reach that total and were all out for 127. Th read more...

Bristol to be Bears in Premiership

Bristol have rebranded themselves as Bristol Bears and incorporated the animal’s head onto their badge for their Premiership return.
The south-west outfit will ply their trade in England's top division next season after topping the Greene King IPA Championship table. It will not be a low-k read more...

Moores – Gurney set tone for Notts’ win

Nottinghamshire coach Peter Moores felt England hopeful Harry Gurney

set the tone
for his side's emphatic victory over Lancashire.
Gurney claimed career best First-Class figures of 6-25 while Jake Ball finished with his best-ever match figures of 9-57 as the Red Rose read more...

McLaren bemused by lack of pace

McLaren's racing director Eric Boullier has admitted his team are confused by their lack of pace this season.
The British-based team are struggling for pace in qualifying after the first three races of the campaign. Spaniard Fernando Alonso has managed to perform on race days to climb to six read more...

Dunne laments short-game shortfall

Paul Dunne admitted his short game let him down, despite a second-placed finish at the Spanish Open that boosts his Ryder Cup chances.
The Irishman was on course for one of the biggest victories of his career as he held a one-shot lead going into the final day's play at the Centro Nacional d read more...