The year in sport 2018: Snooker

2018 was the year of 'The Rocket' Ronnie O’Sullivan, as he officially became the greatest snooker player of all-time, moving onto 19 majors, overtaking Stephen Hendry’s 18. He also becoming the record UK Championship title holder with seven. This victory statistically proves something snooker fans have known for a long time.

Christmas Cheer: The Joy of the Premier League festive period

Christmas is approaching, and as December 25th nears, shops get busier and panic sets in as people begin to realise just how little time they've left to complete their shopping. Drinks — such as mulled wine or snowballs — make their customary rare appearances and fly off the shelves. Wherever you go, the

A brighter future for amputee football: Owen Coyle Jr discusses why he only sees growth for the sport

The Amputee Football World Cup drew to a close on November 5th as Angola beat Mexico 5-4 on penalties to ultimately lift the trophy. Although England finished sixth — losing 5-1 to Brazil in the quarter-finals — their finish doesn't reflect just how positive a year it's been for the growth of

Brentford midfielder Lewis Macleod discusses the tragic death of close friend Robert Rowan, and the upcoming game vs Middlesbrough

  Brentford midfielder Lewis Macleod, 24, attended this week’s Brentford press conference, the first since the tragic death of Robert Rowan, the Brentford Technical Director, who died last week aged 28. Macleod, a fellow Scot, expressed his grief at the loss of Rob: “I think I can speak for everybody at the

Brentford Head Coach Thomas Frank talks about the aftermath of Robert Rowan’s death and looks ahead to the match against Middlesbrough on Saturday

Saturday sees Brentford take on Middlesbrough in their first game since the sudden and tragic death of Technical Director Robert Rowan, aged just 28. Thomas Frank the Head Coach reflected on what has been a very tough few weeks for everyone connected with Brentford FC: “Very tough first on a personal