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LIVE BLOG: European Super League, Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, FA Cup, Cheltenham Town and more!

Good morning and welcome to the ParkLife Sport live blog! There was some fantastic sport on during the weekend, including the FA Cup semi-finals and the enthralling Emilia Romagna Grand Prix! We’ll get reaction from Cheltenham Town and Forest Green Rovers after their differing weekend results, but we’ll have the latest from the developing story […]

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Cheltenham Festival day two: Heaven Help Us wins Coral Cup Handicap Hurdle

Heaven Help us has won the 14:30 Coral Cup Handicap Hurdle from Craigneiche and Tea Clipper. It was seen as a tie-up between the Nigel Twiston-Davies trained Guard Your Dreams (6/1), Nicky Henderson’s Craigneiche (7/1) and Mrs Denise Foster’s Grand Roi (7/1), with the three favourites having reasonable success in recent meetings prior to Cheltenham […]

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Cheltenham Festival Day Two – Bob Olinger, Tiger Roll and more: Who to look out for in today’s action

It’s day two of the Cheltenham Festival with a packed day of action ahead. Eyes will by on the 15:05 Queen Money Champion Chase with a quality field, including Chacun Pour Soi and First Flow. With no fans in attendance, be sure to follow live updates on our social media channels @parklife_sport. 13:20 Ballymore Novices’ […]

Formula One MOTORSPORT

Hamilton wins his seventh World title after Turkish masterclass

Lewis Hamilton has won his record-equalling seventh World Championship after mastering the difficult conditions to win the Turkish Grand Prix. The newly crowned Champion cruised to victory at Istanbul Park, finishing over 30 seconds ahead of second placed Sergio Perez, the Racing Point driver getting his first podium of the season. Sebastian Vettel finished third […]

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Controversial Premier League reform plans from Liverpool and Manchester United backed by Rick Parry

English Football League chairman Rick Parry believes that the plans proposed by Liverpool and Manchester United can protect English football. Former Liverpool chief executive Parry, who was appointed EFL chairman in September, has backed the controversial proposals, which includes reducing the Premier League to 18 teams and scrapping the EFL Cup. Embed from Getty Images […]