If Premier League clubs were Game of Thrones houses

The final series of Game of Thrones is finally with us! The Premier League title race is also coming to a head. What better way to celebrate both than to compare each of the Premier League's top six to one of the fantasy epics' Great Houses? Liverpool = Targaryen  They’ve not sat on the throne for many years.

Why Australia can be considered World Cup favourites

Steve Smith and David Warner have now served their 12 month bans for ball-tampering after their sanction came to an end on 28 March. The pair were eligible to be integrated back into the Australian line-up for the fourth and fifth One Day Internationals in the ongoing series against Pakistan, but will be

Is a format change destined to boost squash’s popularity?

The squash world has recently been rocked with the news that despite a fourth successive bid for inclusion, the sport will not feature at the Olympic Games in Paris in 2024. With a host of talented French players spearheading a bid which seemed to be ticking all the boxes set

The reluctant trailblazer: Julie Welch reflects on being Fleet Street’s first female football reporter

On August 25, 1973, two concurrent events occurred. Not only did Tottenham Hotspur lose 1-0 away to Coventry City in the first game of the Division One season, but Julie Welch became Fleet Street’s first female football reporter as she was sat in the old Highfield Road press box covering

“One of the things we are doing this year is really setting our sights on Europe” — London Mets manager Drew Spencer on how their season can impact British baseball

California-born manager of the London Mets, Drew Spencer, is aiming for much more than another national title when they take on the Dublin Hurricanes on April 6th. This London-based baseball club is only one of many in the British Baseball Federation (BBF). However, the London Mets previously set a record of