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  • Gloucestershire County cricket fixtures for 2014

    November 26, 2013 3:14 PM 13

    Gloucestershire chief executive Will Brown believes the new-look domestic fixture list will enable the 18 first-class counties to deliver cricket when the public most want it in 2014. Brown has welcomed the revamped NatWest T20 BLAST competition, which will enable supporters to watch short format games predominantly on Friday nights from next season

  • My Tent Or Yours heads acceptors for Fighting Fifth field

    November 26, 2013 12:04 PM 8

    Last Updated: November 25, 2013 1:00pm My Tent Or Yours was the big name among the entries for Saturday's Fighting Fifth Hurdle at Newcastle. Nicky Henderson's Champion Hurdle candidate was among the 11 five-day acceptors for the two mile contest as the maestro of Seven Barrows bids to win the prize for a third time having sent out Landing

  • Glamorgan's home Twenty 20 games set for Friday nights

    November 26, 2013 11:19 AM 12

    Glamorgan will play most of their Twenty20 fixtures on Friday nights, including six out of seven home games in a new-look county cricket fixture list for 2014. The campaign starts on 16 May at Hampshire with the final group game on 25 July against Gloucestershire. In previous seasons the competition has been played in a shorter block in the middle of the season

  • Is this the 2013 World Cycling dream team?

    November 26, 2013 11:13 AM 6

    On paper, who would make the world's best cycling team? With so many quality road cyclists on the international scene, the question is often put forth: who is the best? In road cycling, that question cannot be easily answered as one would assume. The several ‘disciplines’ of the sport must be taken into account. On paper, the best of each rider type would

  • Everton's Baines suffers fractured toe

    November 26, 2013 9:57 AM 6

    LONDON (Reuters) - Everton and England left back Leighton Baines faces up to six weeks on the sidelines after fracturing his toe in the 3-3 draw with Liverpool on Saturday, his club said on Tuesday. Everton manager Roberto Martinez, however, hopes Baines will be back sooner. "It has been confirmed that Leighton has got a fracture in one of the bones

  • 2014 county fixtures: Durham begin title defence at Northants

    November 26, 2013 9:37 AM 12

    County champions Durham will travel to promoted Northants for the first game in defence of their title. The 2014 season gets under way on 23 March when Durham face an MCC XI in Abu Dhabi in the four-day curtain-raiser. They will then have to wait until 13 April for their first Championship game as they are not involved in the opening round of matches

  • The Ashes: Mitchell Johnson and Nathan Lyon in ICC top 20 bowlers, Michael Clarke number four batsman

    November 26, 2013 7:43 AM 14

    Mitchell Johnson, man of the match in Australia's first Test win over England, is back in the top 20 of the International Cricket Council rankings. In the latest update released after Australia's Gabba Ashes Test victory - Johnson's match figures of 9 for 103 propelled him four places up the Test bowler rankings to be in 19th position. Johnson also notched

  • Football - Sturridge will answer England call

    November 26, 2013 1:06 AM 6

    Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has no regrets over his England appearance last week and insists he will never turn down the opportunity to play for the national team whenever possible. Questions have been asked about the 90 minutes the 24-year-old played in last week's friendly against Germany, despite battling with a dead leg, as it meant he was not fit enough

  • EXCLUSIVE: Groves faces punishment from British Boxing Board of Control after blasting 'corruption' in defeat to Froch

    November 25, 2013 11:47 PM 28

    George Groves is in trouble with the authorities and further away from landing his world title rematch after blaming his controversial defeat by Carl Froch on ‘corruption’ in boxing. Robert Smith, general secretary of the British Boxing Board of Control, condemns that slur on the sport in this country and confirms that Groves faces action for the allegation

  • Arsenal’s Wojciech Szczesny goads Tottenham fans over Manchester City thrashing

    November 25, 2013 10:31 PM 6

    Arsenal fans may have enjoyed Tottenham’s demolition at Manchester City even more than City supporters. And Gunners stopper Wojciech Szczesny won’t have done his popularity at the Emirates any harm with a Facebook post towards the end of Spurs’ 6-0 humiliation. As trolling goes, it’s not nasty or particularly malicious, more a gentle dig, but is sure to wind up the white