“I can deal with it a lot easier now; you just have to pick and choose what situations you put yourself in” – England cricketer Sarah Taylor opens up about her anxiety after missing November’s World T20

It is now over a month since England suffered a heavy, eight-wicket defeat to Australia in the Women’s World T20 final. Despite ultimate disappointment that the side couldn’t add the Twenty20 title to their World Cup win in the 50-over format a year earlier, it was generally felt that Heather Knight’s

What to expect from sport in 2019

As the dust settles on 2018, it would be easy to sit back and reflect on another amazing year of sport. With the FIFA World Cup, the Commonwealth Games, the Ryder Cup and all of the annual events too, there was certainly plenty to celebrate. Even if it didn’t quite

Olympic gold medallist Paul Barber on the Men’s Hockey World Cup, the state of the game in Britain and his memories

As the dust settles on the Women’s Champions Trophy that concluded on Sunday, all eyes focus on the Men’s World Cup which began in Bhubaneswar, India, on November 28. Great Britain’s women, heroes of Rio 2016, could manage only one win in China, finishing just ahead of Japan in fifth. Now

Young snooker professional Joe O’Connor looking long-term ahead of the UK Championship

The 2018 Betway UK Snooker Championship gets under way at the Barbican Centre in York on November 27, with 128 of the world’s best players vying to deliver at one of the sport’s most prestigious events. As part of snooker’s Triple Crown (alongside the World Championship and the Masters), the likes

England cricket sensation Sophia Dunkley discusses her first international call-up ahead of the Women’s World T20

The last year has been one to savour for Sophia Dunkley. At just 20 years of age, the Surrey Stars all-rounder helped her side claim their first Kia Super League title in August, before she was named in the England senior team for the first time ahead of this month's

Ashes hero Tim Bresnan on the impact of international cricket on the county scene and what England can expect going forward

Tim Bresnan is a man who has experienced cricket at both international and county level. The Yorkshire all-rounder famously took the wicket that retained the Ashes for England in the 2010/11 series and he has scored more than 8,000 runs and taken more than 700 wickets for his county since