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May 2019 articles

When Arsene Wenger said his goodbyes to Arsenal, bringing down the curtain on a 22-year tenure which transformed the club and [...]

24 May

The Premiership semi-finals are upon us this weekend and it is very much a case of challengers taking on heavy favourites. [...]

23 May

WHEN the ground gets quick at Haydock it can get very quick and it will be a case of blink and you’ll miss it in tomorrow’s [...]

23 May

WHEN final declarations were made yesterday morning for tomorrow’s Tattersalls Irish 2000 Guineas (3.35pm) at the Curragh, [...]

23 May

THERE are very few high quality evening meetings in British horseracing, but today’s Matchbook London’s Night At The Races [...]

23 May

Marcus Trescothick has seen enough batsmen in his 26 years of first-class cricket to know a good one when he sees him. [...]

22 May

Three weeks ago England’s World Cup campaign could have been derailed. [...]

22 May

The Championship play-off final, which takes place on Monday at Wembley and pits Aston Villa against Derby County for the last [...]

22 May

When Tony Rowe sat down with Exeter chairman John Baxter in 1993 to discuss a £4,000 sponsorship deal, neither could have envisaged [...]

22 May

The staggered launch of the England and Wales Cricket Board’s great new hope hasn’t gone exactly to plan. [...]

21 May

SUCH is the handicap system in Hong Kong, with relatively few racehorses totalling around 1300, it’s guaranteed that the majority [...]

21 May

REIGNING champion Zac Purton, with 123 victories this season, is already over the hill and far away as he closes in on his third [...]

21 May

WHILE we won’t see the long-time Investec Derby favourite Too Darn Hot next week, John Gosden has high hopes in Friday’s [...]

21 May

DESPITE a sharp drift in the betting a few days ago casting major doubt over the participation of Aidan O’Brien’s ante post [...]

21 May