Words rarely fail England seamer Mark Wood but even he struggles to explain the ability that wicket-keeper batsman Jos Buttler possesses.
‘Shackles off’, Chorley ski star Dave Ryding anticipates successful British National Alpine Ski Championships
The shackles are off for Olympian Dave Ryding as he prepares for another Delancey British National Alpine Ski Championships with a ninth-place finish in the Olympics already secured.
Denny Solomona’s incredible solo try for England over the summer caught the eye of many spectators, including Sale Sharks’ new signing James O’Connor.
The fairy-tale continued for Waterloo RFC’s Rhys Hulse after he joined Premiership Rugby’s biggest names at a star-studded season launch at Twickenham last week.
Four-time Women’s FA Cup winner Casey Stoney admits she will be looking on enviously when Manchester City and Birmingham City do battle for the historic trophy at Wembley.
They face Wasps, Saracens, Exeter Chiefs and Harlequins in the final four weeks of the Aviva Premiership Rugby season but Harry Mallinder is convinced Northampton Saints can still finish their league campaign with a flourish.
It’s a new year but the target for Mike Brown and England remains the same – become the world’s number one ranked team.
‘Backing the Best’: Royton’s England water polo athlete of 2015 targeting Tokyo 2020 Olympics thanks to SportsAid
Like many young athletes up and down the country, Royton water polo sensation Dylan Green has overcome his fair share of trials and tribulations.
Though Sale Sharks’ Singha Premiership Rugby 7s Series Finals day ended prematurely, James Mitchell believes several of his team-mates still made the most of their time to shine.
George Nott says that the Singha Premiership Rugby 7s Series Final will be a huge occasion for the whole Sale Sharks’ squad, as they prepare to lock horns with Cardiff Blues in their quarter-final.
Sale Sharks’ flanker Tom Curry and his identical twin Ben will be on international duty during the Singha Premiership Rugby 7s Series Final in Coventry, but he is confident that his side can still make an impact in the finals.