Captain Williams wants to be close to his Wales team

ASHLEY Williams, the former Swansea and Everton defender, has turned down big-money moves overseas in an effort to help lead Wales to Euro 2020. The Wales captain is a free agent, after leaving Goodison Park at the end of his contract this summer. He spent last season on loan at Stoke in the Sky Bet […]

Final is Our Place to be!

MAD Hatters welcomed the Ladies’ Doubles competition last Friday, and the evening ended up with Shar and Mo, from Our Place Playgirls, along with Jackie Higgs and Jackie Ford, from Emerald B, going through to the final. At the Waterfall, Tommo from Gaffers# Hollywood, hit a 180, and Fran, from Pas O Nadas Internationals, finished […]

Rahm wins Irish Open again, in the last round

SPAIN’S Jon Rahm won the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open for a second time following his round of 62 at Lahinch Golf Club last Sunday in Co Clare. Rahm finished on 16-under, two shots ahead of England’s Andy Sullivan and Austria’s Bernd Wiesberger, to lift the crystal trophy. Best of the Irish was Waterford’s Robin […]

The racing pundit, who was a household name

FLAMBOYANT television broadcaster and personality John McCririck, who was the face of Channel 4’s horse-racing coverage for many years, has died aged 79. Thanks to his extravagant personality and onscreen persona, he became a household name. But his health had deteriorated in recent years, and he publicly said his enforced departure from Channel 4 in […]

It’s end of the line for Wimbledon dreamers

AFTER two joyful wins together, the mixed dream-team doubles pairing of Serena Williams and Andy Murray were knocked out in the third round of Wimbledon on Wednesday. They fell 6-3, 4-6, 6-2 to top-seeded Nicole Melichar and Bruno Soares, but the addition of the solo stars attracted bumper crowds to this competition, which is usually […]

Urbano one to watch as new Spanish Coin

CARMELO Urbano, from the Malaga province of Coin, has secured victory for the Under-23 Andalucia Team, after being crowned Spain’s new road-race champion. Urbano completed the 157.8km route, ending in Murcia’s Lorca last Saturday, in 4hr 3min 3sec, beating runner-up Arturo Gravalos by 13 seconds, with Oier Ibarguren in third place. The Coin rider is […]

Bullseyes are locked out!

IT was business as usual for league champions Pas O Nadas A, with Luc notching another 180 as they came away from The Loch-In Bullseyes with an 8-0 whitewash. Suters 20:30 Crew’s Ray was on good form, his maximum helping to overcome Emerald B by a 7-1 margin. Pas O Nadas International faced a tough […]

Ex-Tenerife star all set to join Leicester

LEICESTER were this week on the verge of signing Newcastle’s former CD Tenerife star forward Ayoze Pérez for around £30m. The 25-year-old striker was granted permission to speak with Leicester, who are confident of completing a deal that will make the Spaniard their second signing of the summer, after triggering a buy-out clause in his […]

Spain youngsters heading to follow their old masters 

SPAIN could be breeding a new generation of potential world-beaters, after topping Germany 2-1 to be crowned Under-21 Champions of Europe for the fifth time. They gained revenge for a defeat by the same opposition in Krakow two years ago, and rivalled Italy’s record for the most titles in the UEFA competition. The Spanish players […]

Playboys’ trebles all round

OURPLACE Playboys started off well against Suters 20:30 Crew, going 2-0 ahead, thanks to a Del Boy maximum. But check-outs from Ray (113) and Jamie (105) helped the visitors set up a match-deciding trebles, which Playboys won to earn a 4-4 draw. Sandy’s Bookie Boys also went two-up, thanks to a 180 from Taylor. But […]

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