WINNERS & LOSERS

WINNER

LEWIS HAMILTON
The McLaren ace roared back to the top of the drivers’ championship by three clear points after leading home title rival Mark Webber in a pulsating Belgian Grand Prix at Spa.

STUART BROAD
Irrespective of the allegations, the fourth Test won’t be an occasion this young man will forget in a hurry. His magnificent 169 in a record stand with Jonathan Trott will live forever in the memory.

WARRINGTON RLFC
The Wolves stunned the Leeds Rhinos 30-6 to retain the Challenge Cup in front of a crowd of 85,217 – the highest Challenge Cup final crowd at Wembley in 22 years. Chris Hicks was the hat-trick hero.


LOSER

PAKISTAN CRICKET
Under the microscope after a newspaper investigation brought allegations of match-fixing in the fourth Test with England at Lord’s. The future of the four players in question now hang in the balance.

PAUL CASEY
He may be the new world No8, but Casey still missed out on a wildcard pick for the Ryder Cup team. How he could be left to rue playing in the US and not at Gleneagles this weekend?