by Craig Vickers Criticism of the Laver Cup is growing but the event continues to go from strength-to-strength with the appearance of a glut of high profile stars. The brain child of Roger Federer, the Team8 management company, and Tennis … Continue reading Laver Cup growing in power as it enters its third year on the tour
By Jacob Toland Chelsea sealed their place in the Carabao Cup final last night by defeating Tottenham Hotspur 4-2 on penalties after the two-legged affair finished 2-2. Maurizio Sarri hopes Chelsea have overcome their motivational issues after advancing to the Carabao Cup final at the expense of Tottenham. Sarri criticised his players’ poor performance at Arsenal and singled out Eden Hazard as “not a leader” on the eve of the semi-final second leg with Spurs at Stamford Bridge. Gonzalo Higuain was introduced to the Stamford Bridge crowd before the start of the game. The Argentine striker joined on loan from Juventus after … Continue reading Chelsea beat Tottenham 5-4 on penalties
by Kenny Boag. Rangers lost 2-1 to Kilmarnock at Rugby Park on Wednesday night. A Rangers bound Jordan Jones, 66 minute winner was enough to see off Gerrard’s Rangers team that included veteran signings Jermaine Defoe and Steven Davies. … Continue reading Should Gerrard keep tinkering?
By Jacob Toland Video presented by George Connolly Ayr United travel to Auchinleck Talbot in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup this weekend in an Ayrshire derby. The tie marks the first time that the two clubs have met at this level and the television cameras will be there to record the historic occasion. Ayr will go into the game as favourites with Ian McCall’s side enjoying an excellent league campaign which sees them currently lying 2nd, three points behind leaders Ross County although they do have a game in hand. NEXT MATCH | vs. @atfc1909🏆 William Hill … Continue reading Auchinleck Talbot v Ayr Utd Preview
By Anthony Evans @anthonyevans97 ITV has another free-to-air world championship fight this Saturday night as Manny Pacquiao defends his WBA (regular) welterweight title against Adrien Broner at the MGM Garand in Las Vegas. The UK broadcaster showcased its first world … Continue reading Manny Pacquiao v Adrien Broner live on ITV4 this weekend
by Kenny Boag Featured photos: SkiffieWorlds2019 The SkiffieWorlds 2019 take place in Stranraer this summer and the organisers have received a massive cash injection to help fund the event. SkiffieWorlds is the World Championship for the St Ayles Skiff class of coastal rowing boat. The Championships are held every three years. Ullapool in North West Scotland hosted the inaugural championship in 2013, and SkiffieWorlds 2016 was held at Strangford Lough in Northern Ireland. The SkiffieWorlds will be a colourful and friendly celebration of coastal rowing. Up to 1000 competitors of all ages from countries such as New Zealand, Canada, United States, … Continue reading Huge Investment Boosts SkiffieWorlds
By Jack Ewing In a matter of months, perhaps even a matter of days, one of Britain’s greatest ever sportsman will hang up his racket for the last time. Andy Murray will be regarded as the most successful British tennis … Continue reading It’s Game, Set and Match for Murray.
by Jordan Robertson. There has been another blow for Kilmarnock and their title hopes as top scorer Greg Stewart has been recalled by parent club Birmingham. The attacker joined the Rugby Park side at the beginning of the season on a season long loan and has played a vital part in the high flying Ayrshire side’s incredible season so far. Stewart, 28, was meant to stay at Kilmarnock for the remainder of the season and boss Steve Clarke recently admitted he was confident of keeping the attacker. However, Birmingham boss Gary Monk has recalled him early and it is thought … Continue reading More transfer misery for Killie as Stewart recalled.
Presented by Anaïs Mampuya. Reports from Alex Docherty, Jamie Costello, Eszter Tárnai, Lewis Walker and George Connolly. Continue reading UWS News November 13th 2018
By Sandrine Wyrich Tallinn is set to stage the 44th edition of the European Curling Championships. After being selected as the 2018 host to the annual tournament in February last year, the icy action is about to get underway now with … Continue reading Eyes on the Prize for Scottish Teams ahead of European Curling Championships