Irish Duo Take Lead
11/26/2009
Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell from Ireland are leading the Omega Mission Hills World Cup in Shenzen. They have a three stroke lead after the first round of the fourball tournament. They had a fantastic first round with 12 birdies and an eagle to finish with a 58. The duo are now 14 under par an...
Broad Fit for Third ODI
11/26/2009
Broad Fit for Third ODI Stuart Broad has been passed fit for England’s third ODI against South Africa on Friday. The fast bowler has been recovering from a shoulder injury sustained in the practice match against Diamond Eagles. "The shoulder's pretty much 100% and now it's just about pushing for...
Nicholas Named as Solheim Cup Captain
11/26/2009
Alison Nicholas has been named as the captain for the 2011 Solheim cup. She will be leading the European ladies side and will be hoping for a better result than last time. The 47 year old suffered a 16-12 loss to the United States in August however she is looking positive for 2011. "I'm absolute...
Westwood Wins Race to Dubai
11/23/2009
Lee Westwood took the Dubai World championships on Sunday. He ended the season as Europe’s number one for the second time. Westwood had a fantastic round of 64 to take the course record and the title. He finished on 23 under par and by an astonishing six shots. He was ahead of Ross McGowan and ce...
Vaughan Concerned Over Loss of TV Rights
11/20/2009
Vaughan concerned over loss of TV rights Former England captain Michael Vaughan has joined the debate over television rights to England cricket matches. Vaughan is concerned the reduction of funding for grassroots cricket could be detrimental to the long term interests of the game. "You can't jus...
Looking for a Ski Jacket
11/19/2009
Looking for a Ski Jacket? A good ski jacket is essential for all snow sports. It is important to be warm and protected from wind, rain and snow while still feeling free enough to move easily. The most important things to consider when purchasing a ski jacket are warmth, breathability and layering....
Swann Out for England
11/19/2009
Swann Out for England Graeme Swann has failed in his bid to be fit for the opening ODI in Johannesburg on Friday. The spinner is also unlikely to play at Centurion on Sunday after a side strain failed to recover in time. James Tredwell has been summoned as cover and joins the squad on Thursday. T...
Injury Problems for England
11/18/2009
Injury Problems for England The England cricket team has received mixed news from the physio room on their current tour of South Africa. Stuart Broad will miss the first two matches of the five match ODI series against a South Africa side looking to bounce back from a poor showing in the Champions...
McIlroy Conviced to Join US Tour
11/18/2009
Rory McIlroy has been convinced by Jeev Milkha Singh to join the US tour next year. It was a conversation they had recently which persuaded the Irishman to move. He was advised by Ernie Els, Lee Westwood and Darren Clarke not to join the US tour. However he did not listen to this advice and has no...
Handy Hints for Buying Ski Trousers
11/17/2009
Handy Hints for Buying Ski Trousers Just like purchasing a ski jacket it is essential for purchasing ski trousers that you have some handy pointers to help you.  Ski trousers come in all shapes and sizes whether they are bib styled to full body. We have a few tips for you which are essential...
9 Tips on Choosing a Ski Jacket
11/17/2009
9 Tips on Choosing a Ski Jacket When you are on top of a mountain the last thing you want is for your jacket to let you down. Being uncomfortable all day can affect your holiday so it is essential to choose the correct jacket for you. We have come up with 9 handy hints to make your skiing shopping...
England Riddled With Injuries
11/12/2009
England riddled with injuries Paul Collingwood has played down England's growing injury list ahead of the first Twenty20 international on Friday following the side's four-wicket defeat against South Africa A in Bloemfontein. England went into the match without their three frontline quicks with J...
England Face Dtuch in Cup Opener
11/9/2009
England face Dutch in Cup opener England will face the Netherlands, the team who stunned them at Lord's last summer, in their first match of the next Cricket World Cup in Asia. The Dutch beat England in the ICC World Twenty20 opener at Lord's, but England will get a chance for revenge on 22 Febru...
Flintoff "Still Wants to be Best"
11/6/2009
Flintoff 'still wants to be best' Andrew Flintoff wants to become the world's finest one-day cricketer when he returns from knee surgery next year. The England all-rounder, who has retired from Test cricket, signed a new three-year Lancashire deal on Thursday and expects to be fit by early 2010....
Crowds Won't Be Hostile
11/4/2009
Crowds won’t be hostile according to AB de Villiers South African batsman AB de Villiers has moved to douse speculation of a hostile homecoming for Kevin Pietersen and Jonathan Trott by insisting South African crowds will not turn on their one-time countrymen. Pietersen and Trott, both of whom pla...
England Look at Kieswetter
11/4/2009
England look at Kieswetter Somerset wicketkeeper Craig Kieswetter has been called into the England performance programme despite not being qualified for his adopted country. Kieswetter was born in South Africa and represented them at youth level, but joined Somerset in 2006 and has been touted a...
Poulter Wins Singapore Open
11/3/2009
Poulter Wins Singapore Open  Ian Poulter has taken his first European Tour victory in three years. He won the Singapore Open after bad weather hit the tournament. The Brit had an ok final of 72 which put him on a fantastic 10 under par. He took the tournament with a one shot victory and had...
Fisher Taked Match Play
11/3/2009
Fisher Takes Match Play Ross Fisher took the Match play Championship this week at Finca Cortesin, Spain.His final was against Anthony Kim from America and took the title on the 15th hole of the second round of Sundays final. He won by a remarkable 4&3 to take the title. Fisher had a great pi...
Barron Drug Ban
11/3/2009
Barron Drug Ban Doug Barron has been banned from the PGA tour for taking drugs. He is the first to be banned for taking a performance enhancing drug. Barron, born in America, has only played in one of the tournaments on the PGA this year. He has been banned for one year after testing positive for...
England Look to Build Test Momentum
11/2/2009
England look to build Test momentum England have arrived in South Africa for their two-and-a-half month tour with captain Andrew Strauss determined to build on his team's 2-1 victory in the Ashes during the summer. Strauss is especially keen for his team to stake its claim to the No. 1 Test rankin...