Lawrie Leads Gleneagles
8/28/2009
Lawrie Leads Gleneagles Paul Lawrie shot a honorable five under 67 to lead the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles. Behind him is Scot Steven O’Hara, Wade Ormsby, Ake Nilsson and Gregory Havret. However Europe’s Ryder Cup captain Colin Montgomerie is four over and is disappointed with his...
Garcia Leads Barclay's Classic
8/28/2009
Garcia Leads Barclay's Classic Sergio Garcia has had a good start to the PGA Tour’s Barclay’s Classic at Liberty National this week. He is in joint first and had a starting round of six under 65 as well as Paul Goydos and Steve Marino. Tiger Woods is trailing by five shots after a round of 70. P...
Ashes Success
8/24/2009
Ashes Success The Ashes concluded yesterday at 17.49 BST as Graeme Swann found the inside edge of Mike Hussey’s bat and the ball ballooned up to Alastair Cook at short leg. The five match series was over and Andrew Strauss and his troops could finally bury the memory of their humiliation down unde...
England Look Upbeat
8/21/2009
England Look Upbeat Ian Bell has said that he and his team were surprised by the Oval Wicket as they scrapped to 307-8 on day one of the decisive Ashes."It was a tough day, scoring felt quite hard and the ball didn't come on to the bat as it usually does at The Oval," said Bell, who top-scored wit...
England Anticipate Next Game
8/19/2009
England Anticipate Next Game England’s game against Australia at the Oval on Thursday is perhaps their most eagerly anticipated game since the very same fixture four years ago. On that occasion a young South African, new to the test arena, rose to the occasion and hit a brilliant 158 to clinch the...
Flintoff Ready for Next Ashes
8/18/2009
Flintoff Ready for Next Ashes Andrew Flintoff is not taking up too much time thinking about his retirement from Test cricket. Instead he is focusing on the important Ashes against Australia at the oveal. So far there is 1-1 going onto Thursday’s start. It is essential for England to win this Ashe...
Casey Still Suffering with Injury
8/12/2009
Casey Still Suffering with Injury World number three Paul Casey is holding back his decision on whether to play in the week’s USPGA Championships. The Englishman has had a rib injury since the Open in July. It has been so bad that he had to pull out of last weeks World Golf Championships after six...
Ponting Resting
8/11/2009
Ponting Resting Ricky Ponting, Australian captain, is going to rest for two of the Twenty20 internationals against England after the ashes.The squad will be led by vice captain Michael Clarke and includes Dirk Nannes. Nannes played for the Netherlands after failing to make the squad for Australia....
Stupples Shows Solheim Team
8/10/2009
Stupples Shows Solheim Team Karen Stupples won the Wales Ladies Championship at Royal St.Davids this week. Englands Stupples had a final round of two under par 70 to take the championship with twelve under. The over night leader Amy Yang was leading however she had a bad round of 73 on Sunday. &n...
Tiger Takes World Championships
8/10/2009
Tiger Takes World Championships Tiger Woods took the title at the World golf Championships this week after a disastrous finish by Padraig Harrington. He took the title by a huge four shots and at the start of the round Tiger was trailing however he soon over took the Irishman. Harrington was thre...
Nordqvist Has Early Lead
8/7/2009
Nordqvist Has Early Lead The Scottish Open started yesterday and Anna Nordqvist took the early lead by a shot. The tournament is held at Royal St Davids golf club in Harlech and the Swede dropped just one shot on the way round. She finished with a six under par score of 66 including an incredibl...
Matthews Wins Open
8/4/2009
Matthews Wins Open The Ricoh British Women’s Open was won by Catriona Matthew at Royal Lytham and St. Annes this week. Matthews, 39, led overnight by three shots and retained this lead in the final round against Karrie Webb. Australia’s Karrie Webb was closely following Matthews as she closed wi...
England Hopes Flintoff is Fit
8/4/2009
England Hopes Flintoff is Fit Andy Flower, England Cricket Coach, is hoping for star Andrew Flintoff to be fit to play in the fourth ashes.  It takes place in Headingley on Friday and they are hoping for a win. Flintoff has had to heavily rely on injections in his right knee in the past two...
Woods Wins Buick Open
8/4/2009
Woods Wins Buick Open Tiger Woods has showed that he is now back on form as he won the Buick Open title. He won by a massive three shots at Warwick Hills and it has left him eager for more. In the final round he was one shot ahead of the pack and he birdied the fourth, seventh and 16th holes. He...