Fortunes Always Hiding: The Moyes reappointment and the West Ham Way

Sometimes brilliant. Sometimes shameful. Mostly mediocre. The West Ham Way. Fans had no problem with this.  They knew how it went. The Hammers would produce spectacular results against the best and then falter against teams they should be beating. One year they may have a good year and finish towards the top seven

Fallon Sherrock: The gift sport needed and got this Christmas

And like that it was over. Fallon Sherrock's dream run at the PDC William Hill World Darts Championship came to an end yesterday but her legacy will never be forgotten. Over the past two weeks the former hairdresser from Bletchley has not just transformed her own life nor the game of darts, she

Festive Favourite: Michael van Gerwen set to dazzle Ally Pally again as World Darts Championship begins

Pigs in Blankets. Crackers. The Queen’s Speech. That Uncle who has a little bit too much to drink. All feature in the perfect Christmas period.   But on Friday the sporting festive favourite kicks off at the Alexandra Palace.  The William Hill World Darts Championship. The victor will have the honour of becoming

Ryan Campbell: The Aussie leading a Dutch cricketing revival

The oldest player to debut in a T20 International. The only cricketer to represent both Australia and Hong Kong internationally. Both are true of Ryan Campbell. The former Western Australia wicket keeper batsmen represented Australia in two one day internationals and later at the age of 43 debuted for Hong Kong at

NFL giving Colin Kaepernick a second chance, or NOT?

Quarterback. Documented as the most important position in all of sports and therefore the most desired by the 32 NFL franchises. The difference between a good team and a great team. Some teams are lucky to have an established game changer at the position. The likes of Tom Brady and Aaron

“Whatever the result women’s rugby league is the winner” Head Coach Craig Taylor ahead of Wales’ first ever International

Head Coach Craig Taylor announced his squad of 23 for the first ever Wales Women's Rugby League International game. The game reignites a classic sporting rivalry as Wales go up against an England Lions team in St Helens on Saturday. Taylor has faced even more challenges with selection than other national team

A Lasting Legacy: The Leicester Helicopter Crash One Year On

Almost one year to the day since the tragic helicopter accident which claimed the life of Leicester's owner and chairman, Vichai Srivaddhanaprahba, they produced the biggest away win in Premier League history beating Southampton 9-0. On the pitch after the game Jamie Vardy uttered the words "I hope you were watching

History Makers: Emily Hughes and Head Coach Craig Taylor on Wales’ First Women’s International Rugby League Team

Wales will play their first ever Women’s Rugby League international against England in November. One of the biggest challenges facing the women’s side will be similar to one their male counterparts have faced for years. How can they compete in a country dominated so heavily by Union. Nobody represents this challenge better