The story of London’s last remaining polo club

Britain. 1926. A year remembered for the general strike and the birth of Queen Elizabeth II. A horse-powered country that was still recovering from the devastation of the Great War. Millions were still restricted to strict rationing. Just 8 miles away from Hyde Park corner a new social hub for the

“We need a step-up from every player” — Thomas Frank on his side’s trip to West Brom on Monday night

Brentford travel to the Hawthorns on Monday night, looking to break their duck of three straight defeats in the Championship. Thomas Frank’s side have a daunting prospect ahead of them. They have only managed to gain four points away from Griffin Park this season and West Brom have made their

“We could be in a relegation battle. We’ve got to use this as a wake up call” — Brentford’s Chris Mepham discusses Monday’s trip to West Brom

Brentford defender Chris Mepham has stated that the Bees hope to use the 3-2 defeat to Sheffield United as a wake-up call ahead of a tough trip to the Hawthorns on Monday night. The side are currently 18th in the Championship, but they hover dangerously close to the relegation zone, separated

Ben Foakes: A journey from Frinton-on-Sea to Galle

Siblings. They drive you to succeed and tease you when you fail. They can encourage you to try new things that you probably wouldn’t think of doing without their intuition. England’s new wicketkeeper Ben Foakes was one of many to follow their sibling’s footsteps. A six-year old Ben made the short

Jacksonville Jaguars sixth trip to London could be their most important yet

Jacksonville Jaguars (3-4) will play their sixth game across the pond on Sunday against the Super Bowl champions, Philadelphia Eagles, also with a 3-4 record. The Florida-based franchise have won their previous three games in London and will be hoping the familiarity of playing this side of the Atlantic will give

From the M62, through Europe, to Toronto: David Lawrenson on the globalisation of rugby league

While the champagne was being uncorked in the visitors' dressing room after a 4-2 defeat in the Million Pound Game against the London Broncos, Toronto Wolfpack had to reconcile the fact that they would not be taking part in next season's Super League. However, for a team thousands of miles