NCAA changes college sports forever: An entirely new landscape

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Sussex hit by Covid problems after teenage batsman Tom Clark returns positive test

Eight Sussex players are currently self-isolating after teenage batsman Tom Clark tested positive for Covid-19. Ollie Robinson, Delray Rawlins, Henry Crocombe, Jamie Atkins, James Coles, Tom Haines and Sean Hunt and are now in quarantine after being identified as close contacts of Clark’s. England seamer Robinson, big-hitting batsman Rawlins and

NFL players who voluntarily opt out get no stipend this year

NFL players must decide by July 2 if they plan to opt out of playing this season due to COVID-19 concerns, though voluntary opt-outs will not be paid any stipend this year. In a memo sent to clubs Wednesday and obtained by The Associated Press, the league and the NFL

Sophia Dunkley named in England Women’s ODI squad but Danni Wyatt left out for India series

Sophia Dunkley could follow up her Test debut with a first one-day international appearance after her inclusion in England Women’s squad of 16 for the Royal London ODI series against India. The series, which starts at Bristol on Sunday, also includes recalls for Freya Davies and Sarah Glenn, who returned

Jose de Sousa denies Michael van Gerwen to claim second Players Championship title of 2021

Jose de Sousa won his second Players Championship of 2021 by defeating Michael van Gerwen 8-6 in the final of Tuesday’s event in Milton Keynes. The Portuguese thrower won Players Championship 9 in April, and claimed a further £10,000 title with a superb display in the second of four days

Eriksen sends 'his greetings' to teammates after collapse

COPENHAGEN — Christian Eriksen remained in stable condition in a Copenhagen hospital Sunday and “sent his greetings to his teammates” as he recovers from his collapse during a European Championship game, the Danish soccer federation said. The rest of the Danish team was being given crisis management assistance as they

National Hurling League: Clare beat Kilkenny, Wexford hold off Dublin, Kildare win promotion

It may have been a testing campaign for the Clare hurlers, but they have finished on a high with an impressive win over Kilkenny. Clare 4-20 Kilkenny 1-25 After a difficult opening to the Allianz Hurling League, Clare have completed their crescendo in recent weeks with a third consecutive victory,

Lorenzen Wright's ex-wife seeks relief from guilty plea

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A judge reset a hearing on Tuesday to address a request by the ex-wife of slain NBA player Lorenzen Wright to throw out her guilty plea in his 2010 killing in Memphis, Tennessee. Sherra Wright filed a petition for relief of conviction or sentence after her surprise

Donegal need Michael Murphy ‘firing on all cylinders’ to challenge for All-Ireland title, says Jim McGuinness

Donegal’s potential showdown with Dublin in the 2020 All-Ireland semi-final never materialised, after their shock Ulster final loss to Cavan. Declan Bonner’s charges had been mooted as the biggest threat to the Sky Blues’ bid for a sixth consecutive Sam Maguire Cup triumph, but their failure to regain the Anglo-Celt

Sri Lanka players agree to England tour despite contract row

Sri Lanka’s players have agreed to tour England later this month even though a contract dispute with their cricket board remains unresolved. The players, including Test captain Dimuth Karunaratne and ODI skipper Kusal Perera, had refused to sign new contracts which offer lower base salaries and more performance-based incentives. Some