Cheltenham Town ladies haven’t had the best of seasons but the players are confident of turning their season around under new manager Alex Cheal. The ladies have only picked up nine points from the 11 games they have played this season. I went down to Alex Cheal’s first session as the new manager and talked to defender Amy Leask on the type of impact the new manager will have on the Ladies and how he will implement his knowledge into improved performances for the rest of the season.
Venue: Old Trafford Date: Sunday 8th March KO: 16:30 This afternoon sees one of the biggest games in the English footballing calendar. The Manchester derby. Manchester United look to extend their unbeaten run in all competitions to 10 games. The Red devils haven’t lost since their 3-1 defeat to Manchester City at Old Trafford in […]
Favourite Hazel Hill won the Foxhunters Chase on the final day of the Cheltenham festival. The Gold Cup had a lot to live up to. But this was a competitive race, which was led by Road to Rome, before he faded; Shantou Flyer finished second at odds of 7/2. Top Wood finished third – he […]
Jay Pitts’ 29th minute try was cancelled out by second half efforts from Richie Myler, Trent Merrin and Tom Briscoe. But late scores from Matty Fozard and Will Lovell ensured the Broncos claimed a famous victory. London now sit 7th in the Super League table, level on points with Hull FC and Hull KR, while […]