Hensby handed one-year suspension

Australian Mark Hensby has been handed a one-year suspension from the PGA Tour after failing to provide a sample for a drugs test.
The 46-year-old has struggled in the last few years and the latest setback will only see him drop further down the world rankings. He is now ranked at 1,623 in t read more...

Blackadder confirms Faletau blow

Bath's director of rugby Todd Blackadder has confirmed Wales star Taulupe Faletau is out until at least March 2018.
The 27-year-old will now miss the start of the Six Nations after suffering a knee injury last weekend. Faletau damaged medial knee ligaments in Saturday's European Champions Cu read more...

Anderson plays down Duckett bust-up

James Anderson says England players must be smarter in future after confirming Ben Duckett poured a drink over him in Perth.
The incident occurred during a night out last week and has resulted in Northamptonshire's Duckett being handed the maximum fine possible for a Lions player, as well as read more...

2017 success spurring Federer on

Roger Federer says he has no plans to retire anytime soon having enjoyed 2017 more than any other year in his career.
The Swiss silenced all the doubters who said he was too old to add to his haul of Grand Slam titles by capturing this year's Australian Open and Wimbledon men's singles crown read more...

Thomas backs Giggs for Wales role

Former Wales international Mickey Thomas has urged the Football Association of Wales to appoint Ryan Giggs as their next manager.
The FAW are still looking for a new boss after Chris Coleman resigned after Wales' failure to reach the 2018 World Cup. With Coleman now at Sunderland, Wales are read more...

McCall demands Sarries response

Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall says his team have six weeks to rediscover their best form and save their season.
Sarries suffered a sixth straight defeat in all competitions on Monday night as they went down to a record 46-14 European loss to Clermont Auvergne at Allianz Park. McCall read more...

Allardyce concerned by injury problems

Everton boss Sam Allardyce has conceded the club's ongoing injury list is a problem as they prepare for a number of tough matches.
The Toffees are currently enjoying their best run of the season after going four games unbeaten, with Allardyce in charge for three of them. Despite being on the read more...

Kiwis rout Windies for 2-0 triumph

New Zealand dismissed West Indies for 203 on Tuesday to win the second Test by 240 runs and clinch a 2-0 series triumph.
Having taken the first match by an innings and 67 runs, the Black Cats had manoeuvred themselves into a strong position after three days, leaving the Windies on 30-2 in pu read more...

Cook not done yet

Alastair Cook insists he has yet to make any decision on his future but made it clear the desire to succeed is still very much there.
The 32-year-old former captain will make his 150th Test appearance for England when they face Australia the third Ashes Test at the Waca from Thursday and tal read more...

Kubica out of Williams contention

According to reports, Williams no longer consider Robert Kubica as a viable option for their second 2018 drivers' seat.
Kubica was involved in a serious crash at the Ronde di Andora rally back in February 2011, in which his right forearm was partially severed, and many gave him little chance read more...