AN international agreement aimed at ending the Ukraine crisis has begun to unravel, as Russia today responded to the Ukrainian government’s renewal of its “anti-terror” campaign in the east of the country.
The Montreal Canadiens wrapped up their NHL Eastern Conference first-round play-off series as they beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 4-3 to complete a 4-0 sweep.
Irish trainer Pat Shanahan is out to secure further success at Musselburgh on Sunday after the Irish trainer saddled his first course winner at the East Lothian track’s historic Good Friday card.
The Ardennes Classics begin with the demanding and undulating Amstel Gold, the biggest annual race on the Dutch cycling calendar.
A SECOND earthquake within the space of 25 hours has rocked the East Midlands.
“It swelled up quite rapidly and the surgeon had to go in” recalls Craig Hall of March incident that sidelined him for a month
Close to 40,000 people will embark on the streets of London and here’s all the vital route information – even if you’re watching the run on TV
Portland Trail Blazers will have to wait to secure a play-off spot after they went down to a 109-93 defeat to Phoenix Suns.
Peterborough followed up their Johnstone’s Paint Trophy triumph with a comfortable 2-0 League One win over Colchester.
The San Antonio Spurs secured a franchise record 18th straight win when they eased past the Indiana Pacers 103-77.
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce believes some West Ham supporters should rein in their expectations after his team were booed off despite recording a narrow victory against Hull in midweek.
Musselburgh Racecourse’s 10th Stobo Castle Ladies Day is heading for a sell-out in record breaking time.
Leeds defender Lee Peltier has finally completed his loan move to Nottingham Forest.
Ben Cockayne is not getting carried away after Hull KR secured their first win of the season against Bradford Bulls over the weekend.
The San Antonio Spurs pulled two games clear in the Western Conference with a 99-90 victory over the Golden State Warriors in Saturday’s NBA action.
Steve McClaren predicted a weekend of celebration in Derby following the biggest victory over their east Midlands rivals, Nottingham Forest, for 116 years. Craig Bryson scored his club’s first hat-trick against Forest since Steve Bloomer’s treble in 1898, with Jeff Hendrick and Johnny Russell sealing a 5-0 Championship home win. “We knew if we kept doing the right things the end product would come and there’s no better way to do it than in front of 33,000 fans.” said McClaren, whose side had not scored in just over six hours prior to yesterday’s derby triumph.
Craig Bryson’s hat-trick helped Derby get their promotion push back on track with a 5-0 thrashing of East Midlands rivals Nottingham Forest at the iPro Stadium.
Kevin Phillips admits he ‘will have some difficult decisions to make in the summer’ after helping Leicester City move a step closer to the Premier League after a 10-year absence.
Aberdeen ended a 19-year wait for silverware by defeating Inverness 4-2 on penalties in the Scottish League Cup final at Celtic Park.
Paul George scored 30 points as the Eastern Conference-leading Indiana Pacers launched a big comeback to beat the Detroit Pistons 112-104 in overtime.