TreesNotCars has been fighting against Manchester City Council’s decision to develop the former Central Retail Park in Anocats into a
‘All about grassroots’: Twickenham outing a dream come true for Orrell + North Manchester rugby stars
Running out at Twickenham is the dream for every grassroots rugby player and next month it will come true for no fewer than four of Manchester’s own.
Next stop the Olympics for Team GB basketball, says England’s Commonwealth Games silver medallist Fong
Twelve months down the line and Commonwealth silver still hasn’t sunk in for Nicolette Fong.
‘Better exit routes’: Stockport football stalwart says help needed for young players who don’t make the grade
A 74-year-old recipient of an FA Long Service Award says better exit routes are needed for young aspiring footballers who are told they have no future playing the sport professionally.
Manchester Rugby Club an ‘interesting part’ of city’s history… but days of influence have been and gone
When an amateur sports club has an official historian, it becomes obvious that there is more to that team than immediately meets the eye.
The Printworks will be selling hundreds of jars of Manchester’s finest ‘live from the hive’ honey as they celebrate their second annual harvest to raise money for two Manchester charities.
Three of Manchester’s non-league clubs are still in the FA Cup after midweek replay-victories secured their places in the fourth qualifying round.
Oldham Council have partnered with the Manchester Football Association to secure a £301,288 grant from the Football Foundation for Chadderton Football Club as they seek to build the amateur game.
Bobby Denning, who has held his position since October 2013 and has worked for the LCB in various roles for 14 years, accepts that cricket faces serious challenges to arrest decreasing levels of participation.
Bolton’s Labour MP David Crausby has expressed concern over the Government’s half-hearted response to his grassroots football e-petition, which is trying to change the way children’s football is funded
Manchester, along with Nottingham and Portsmouth, has been shortlisted from 22 applications with the winner receiving £1.6million of National Lottery funding over two years.