Tokyo Paralympics: Sarah Storey wins 17th gold medal to become GBs most successful Paralympian

Dame Sarah Storey has made history by becoming Great Britain’s most successful Paralympian ever after powering back to claim the 17th gold of her glittering career at Tokyo 2020. Cycling star Storey trailed veteran German Kerstin Brachtendorf by 75 seconds at one stage of the C4-5 road race at the

Tomás Ó Sé joins Offaly senior football management team ahead of 2022 season

Kerry legend Tomás Ó Sé has taken his first step into intercounty coaching by joining the Offaly senior footballers’ backroom team. The five-time All-Ireland winner with Kerry has coached with UCC in the Sigerson Cup in recent years, as well as overseeing the Glanmire club team. The news comes as

England Women vs New Zealand Women: Sophia Dunkley targets top-four spot ahead of opening T20 international

Sophia Dunkley has set her sights on breaking into England’s formidable top-four batting line-up ahead of the T20 international series against New Zealand. Dunkley was third-highest run-scorer in The Hundred batting at No 3 for Southern Brave but has come in higher than No 6 just once for her country,

PDC Womens Series 2021: Germany leg cancelled and events added to Milton Keynes and Barnsley

The PDC has announced that the opening weekend of its Women’s Series in Germany has been cancelled, with the events switching to Milton Keynes and Barnsley later this year. Earlier this month the PDC announced news of an expanded three weekend, 12-event Women’s Series, however with a low number of

Jamesie OConnor column: Cork feel winning All-Ireland titles is their birthright, but will they take down Limerick?

In big games on the big stage, certain counties, certain teams, certain players get overawed and overwhelmed by the occasion. But I don’t see that happening with Cork on Sunday. You get a sense that they feel this is their birthright. This is where Cork hurling belongs. This is their

Ollie Robinson: England bowler says Virat Kohli wicket could be huge moment in second Test against India

Ollie Robinson admitted it had not been England’s day after India’s batsmen cashed in at the start of the second Test at Lord’s, but felt his late dismissal of Virat Kohli could yet be a “huge” moment in the match. India were invited to bat first at the ‘Home of

Tokyo 2020 Olympics: Laura Muir wins silver for Team GB in 1500m

Laura Muir has won a silver medal for Great Britain with a new national record in the 1500m at the Tokyo Olympic Games. The 28-year-old produced an exceptional run in the final and finished with a time of 3:54.50, which is also a new personal best. Faith Kipyegon was the

Royal London Cup: Durham beat Lancashire but games at Surrey and Leicestershire end in no results

A maiden List A century from Sean Dickson and career-best performances with bat and ball from Luke Doneathy provided a winning platform for Durham to beat Lancashire by 87 runs at Gosforth. Dickson (103no off 76 balls) and Doneathy (69no off 53) combined for a partnership of 156, lifting the