Club football round-up: Ballymun edge through, Crossmaglen stunned

A round-up of all the big Gaelic football results on a busy weekend of club action around Ireland. Dublin SFC Ballyboden St Enda’s remain on course for a football-hurling double in the capital, after seeing off St Jude’s on Saturday. The reigning champs overcame their neighbours 2-11 to 1-11, with Simon Lambert and Robbie McDaid […]

Fallon Sherrock to make big-stage return at World Series of Darts Finals

Fallon Sherrock will make her big-stage return against Jeff Smith at the World Series of Darts Finals in Austria next weekend. Sherrock, who made history as the first woman to win a game at the PDC World Championship last December, will play Canada’s Smith – the former North American Championship winner – in a blockbuster […]

Colin Lloyd: Players know Peter Wright is the man to beat

Peter Wright has been like a different player since winning his first World Championship title earlier this year, says Colin Lloyd. Snakebite carried his sparkling form into this year’s Premier League campaign and last week clinched a place in the semi-finals after beating Michael Smith 8-3 to finish second in the league phase with a […]

GAA, FAI and IRFU adopt joint-approach to return fans to matches

Ireland’s three major sporting bodies, the GAA, FAI and IRFU have announced they are making a joint submission to the Government with a view to re-introducing fans at matches. The Irish Government moved all sports in the country behind closed doors on August 18, in a bid to stem the spread of coronavirus. That stance […]

Azeem Rafiq: Yorkshire appoint sub-committee to investigate racism allegations

Yorkshire have appointed a sub-committee including prominent figures in the British-Asian cricket community, as it launches a review into allegations of institutional racism from former player Azeem Rafiq. Rafiq has said “deep rooted” racism at the club left him close to taking his own life. The ex-England U-19s and Yorkshire captain walked away from cricket […]