England secure Grand Slam

England won the Rugby Six Nations Championship without losing a game after they beat France 31-21 in Paris. Continue reading “England secure Grand Slam”

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Premier League round-up: Leicester go eight points clear

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Riyad Mahrez celebrates his goal

Leicester created an eight point gap between them and their rivals, further cementing their bid for the Premier League title. Continue reading “Premier League round-up: Leicester go eight points clear”

India beat rivals Pakistan at T20 World Cup

India celebrate a Pakistani wicket

India beat fierce rivals Pakistan at the T20 Cricket World Cup. Star batsman Virat Kohli was the hero, as he top scored with 55 in a six-wicket victory. Continue reading “India beat rivals Pakistan at T20 World Cup”

Klopp appointed Liverpool manager

Jurgen Klopp has been announced as Brendan Rodgers’ replacement as Liverpool manager. The German, 48, was favourite for the role since Rodgers was sacked, and one of the most charismatic coaches in football joined one of the most historic clubs in football on Friday morning. Continue reading “Klopp appointed Liverpool manager”

Brendan Rodgers sacked as Liverpool manager

Brendan Rodgers has been sacked as Liverpool manager after his team drew the Merseyside derby earlier today. After reassurances at the end of last season, results haven’t improved this campaign despite a lot of money being put into the club.

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Premier League round up: Aguero stars, Chelsea lose and Arsenal beat United

There were many talking points in a busy weekend in the Premier League. Sergio Aguero propelled title favourites Man City to a 6-1 win, scoring five goals against Newcastle. Chelsea lost their fourth match of the eight so far played, losing to Southampton 3-1, and Arsenal thrashed Man United 3-0 in a surprising game at the Emirates. Continue reading “Premier League round up: Aguero stars, Chelsea lose and Arsenal beat United”

RWC: England out as Australia and Wales progress

Hosts England crashed out of their own World Cup after a 33-13 loss to Australia. England had lost to fierce rivals Wales 28-25 a week earlier, so needed to win against the Wallabies to keep up their chances of progressing from the ‘group of death’, pool A.  Continue reading “RWC: England out as Australia and Wales progress”