Source: Bruce Perkins

Round Two Tyrrells Premier 15s

Bristol Bears Women came close to causing an upset against last season’s runners-up Harlequins Ladies at Twickenham Stoop before settling for a share of the spoils. Elsewhere, defending champions Saracens Women cruised past Worcester Valkyries while Loughborough continued their lightning-quick start to the season. Harlequins Ladies 26 – 26 Bristol Bears Women Lucy Packer grabbed

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Source: British Triathlon / Wagner Araujo

Vicky Holland wins World Triathlon Title

Vicky Holland will return to the UK as triathlon’s overall 2018 World Champion after a gutsy performance on Australia’s Gold Coast. The 32 year-old, who trains at the University of Bath as part of the national triathlon centre, finished well clear of USA’s Katie Zaferes, her only rival for the title after a season-long battle

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Source: UEFA

Zaatari and Azraq residents to get two new artificial football pitches

The UEFA Foundation for Children, Lay’s and the Asian Football Development Project partner for a second year to build new football facilities for refugees. Jordan, 17 September 2018: the UEFA Foundation for Children, Lay’s and the Asian Football Development Project (AFDP) have joined forces to turn unsafe play areas at two refugee camps in northern

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Source: Bruce Perkins

Wasps downed by Lightning

Wasps Ladies went down 20-40 to Loughborough Lightning  The Ladies swapped home venue to be hosted at Ealing Trailfinders in a double header.  Loughborough came out the blocks quickly and secured 2 early tries from a period of play and then an intercept by Katy Daley Maclean Wasps then resumed their normal playing style and put

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Source: Igor Meijer FISA

New World Champions crowned in Plovdiv

The 2018 World Rowing Championships in Plovdiv, Bulgaria saw new World Champions crowned from across the continents with 28 countries overall taking home medals. In a week of late summer warm weather and fast rowing conditions, the United States won the most number of medals with a total of ten, three of them gold. This

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Source: Worcester Valkyries

Valkyries fall to heavy defeat

Worcester Valkyries fell to a 43-7 defeat to Saracens Women in their Tyrrells Premier 15s Round Two meeting at Allianz Park on Saturday afternoon. Lyndsay O’Donnell ensured Valkyries got on the scoreboard when she dotted down in the second-half but the Tyrrells Premier 15s champions crossed the whitewash seven times through Poppy Cleall (3), Marlie

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