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Team of the Week: Leeds United, Sheffield United and Barnsley well-represented - but who else makes our latest YP starting XI?

Football

Verdict (video): How Leeds United stayed ‘on message’ to see off Middlesbrough

Leeds United

Video: Selection headache to replace Joe Williams welcomed by Barnsley boss Heckingbottom

Barnsley FC
Yorkshire and England's Bill Athey in action

Ashes 2017-18: Brisbane Test will once again prove to be pivotal - Bill Athey

Cricket

Former Yorkshire CCC boss Jason Gillespie takes the reins at Sussex

Yorkshire

Leeds United fans under FA investigation over missile-throwing

Leeds United

Ashes 2017-18: Bairstow the man to ram Aussie taunts down their throats – Gale

Cricket

Video: Sheffield Steelers remain ‘cool, calm and collected’ to maintain their bid for European glory

Ice Hockey
England players
at the Melbourne Rectangular Stadium. Picture: Brendon Ratnayake/SWpix.com/PhotosportNZ

Analysis: What we learned from England’s World Cup win over Papua New Guinea

Rugby league

Ed White: Ashes 2017-18 - Experienced hands hold key but rookies must rise to task

Ed White
Paul Coutts in action for Sheffield United against Burton on Friday night. Fans reaction to the win was subdued after the midfielder suffered a broken leg (Picture: Simon Bellis/Sportimage).

Shefield United v Fulham: We have genuine connection with fans, says Blades boss Wilder

Sheffield United
Who else makes our latest YP starting XI?

Team of the Week: Leeds United, Sheffield United and Barnsley well-represented - but who else makes our latest YP starting XI?

Football
Leeds United fans celebrate their victory over Middlesbrough at Elland Road. (Picture: PA)

Leeds United fans under FA investigation over missile-throwing

Leeds United 24
Rory McArdle, seen heading for goal for Bradford City against Millwall in May's League One play-off final, returns to Valley Parade on Tuesday with Scun thorpe United (Picture: Bruce Rollinson).

Bradford City v Scunthorpe United: Returning McArdle set for warm reception from City fans

Bradford City

Video: Selection headache to replace Joe Williams welcomed by Barnsley boss Heckingbottom

Barnsley FC
Middlesbrough manager Garry Monk.

Video: Delight for Christiansen but only misery for Middlesbrough boss Monk on Leeds United return

Leeds United

Verdict (video): How Leeds United stayed ‘on message’ to see off Middlesbrough

Leeds United

Coutts is going to be big loss for Sheffield United, says captain Sharp

Sheffield United

Verdict: Sheffield Wednesday 0 Bristol City 0 - Penalty claim does not excuse lacklustre Owls show

Sheffield Wednesday

Big match verdict: Huddersfield Town punished for their failure to make early dominance count

Huddersfield Town

Barnsley will keep getting better, avows Heckingbottom

Barnsley FC
Formidable duo: Yorkshire team-mates Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow sharing the crease for England in 2013. By their own admission, they were just young kids back then but they return to Australia as much more seasoned and capable international cricketers. (Picture: PA)

Comment - Ashes 2017-18: Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow headline intriguing Yorkshire subplot to the Ashes

Cricket
Thirty-four-year-old Australian Shaun Marsh has had a stop-start career at international level (Picture: Philip Toscano/PA Wire).

Recalled Australian Marsh ‘would be good signing’, says Yorkshire’s captain Ballance

Yorkshire
Australia's Nathan Lyon, left, and Michael Clarke  pictured after the fifth Test of the 2013-14 Ashes series (Picture: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire).

Countdown to the Ashes: Prior finds Lyon’s claims ‘laughable’

Cricket
FAMILIAR FACE: Former Yorkshire first-team coach Jason Gillespie won two County Championship titles while at Headingley.
 Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe.

Former Yorkshire CCC boss Jason Gillespie takes the reins at Sussex

Yorkshire

Ashes 2017-18: Brisbane Test will once again prove to be pivotal - Bill Athey

Cricket

Ed White: Ashes 2017-18 - Experienced hands hold key but rookies must rise to task

Cricket

Ashes 2017-18: Bairstow the man to ram Aussie taunts down their throats – Gale

Cricket

Ashes 2017-18: Stuart Broad and Jimmy Anderson remain biggest threat

Cricket
England players
at the Melbourne Rectangular Stadium. Picture: Brendon Ratnayake/SWpix.com/PhotosportNZ

Analysis: What we learned from England’s World Cup win over Papua New Guinea

Rugby league
John Bateman is set to stay in Englands threequarter line for Saturdays World Cup semi-final (Picture: Daniel Carson/SWpix.com/PhotosportNZ).

Bateman’s defensive reliability helps earn England coach Bennett’s trust

Rugby league
Ryan Hall touches down against Papua New Guinea.

England 36 Papua New Guinea 6: England’s display contained the good, bad and ugly – Bennett

Leeds Rhinos
Jermaine McGillvary in action against Papua New Guinea.

England 36 Papua New Guinea 6: McGillvary bags a brace as England cruise into semi-finals

Huddersfield Giants
Stanley Gene.

Weekend Interview: King Gene delights in Papua New Guinea success story

Hull KR

My Yorkshire: Johnny Whiteley MBE

News
England's Kallum Watkins.

England v Papua New Guinea: Watkins dreaming of double delight in Australia

Leeds Rhinos

Noble is looking for complete performance from England

Bradford Bulls

Meninga hails five-try Holmes as Australia crush Samoa

Rugby league

World Cup: Segeyaro leaves door open for possible return to Leeds Rhinos

Rugby league
Danny Care crosses for England's fourth try (Picture: PA)

Verdict - England 30 Australia 6: ‘Finisher’ Care puts gloss on England’s triumph

Rugby union
England captain Dylan Hartley (centre) celebrates with the Cook Cup.

‘Brilliant’ communicator Hartley is on track for World Cup captaincy

Rugby union
England head coach Eddie Jones (Picture: Paul Harding/PA Wire).

England’s Lions ‘still not fit’, says Jones

Rugby union
Battling away: Declan Cusack of Doncaster Knights tries to fight his way through two Bedford Blues tacklers. (Pictures: Gary Longbottom)

Verdict - Doncaster Knights 25 Bedford Blues 25: Same old problems prohibit Knights from taking advantage

Rugby union

Titans just ‘not good enough’ in latest loss

Rugby union

Otley's Danny Care is super-sub as England beat Australia at Twickenham

News

England 30 Australia 6: Late rally adds gloss to battling Twickenham victory for hosts

Rugby union

Doncaster Knights 25 Bedford Blues 25 - Late try spoils landmark day for Challinor

Rugby union
Jockey Brian Hughes

Brian Hughes is ‘northern powerhouse’ of racing

Horse Racing
Henry Brooke on Irish Rose today at Wetherby

Wetherby hat-trick on Atkinson’s radar with unbeaten Roe

Horse Racing
Timely win: Finians Oscar ridden by Bryan Cooper win at Cheltenham yesterday. (Picture: PA)

Potts is honoured by Oscar’s emotional triumph

Horse Racing

Fleetwood crowned European No 1 as Rose suffers late collapse

Golf

Man hit with golf club after confronting dog walker on the fairway

News
Matthew Fitzpatrick from England plays a shot on the 2nd hole during the second round of the DP World Tour Championship. (AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili)

Dubai World Championship: Fitzpatrick sneaking under radar as Rose falters late on

Golf
Rotherham's Jonathan Thomson drives to victory in the Glenfarclas Open at Mar Hall.

Rotherham’s Jonathan Thomson wins European Tour card 14 months after turning professional

Golf

Bike Route: Wind power played a large part

Cycling
Potholes could lead the deaths of cyclists if not repaired.

New pothole repair rules will increase risk of cycling deaths, coroner warns

News
Ed Clancy is back on the gold trail.

Ed Clancy sets sights on more golden moments

Cycling
Yorkshire rules: Great Britain's Ollie Wood (left) and Ed Clancy (right) celebrate winning the Mens Team Pursuit at the TISSOT UCI Track Cycling World Cup at the HSBC UK National Cycling Centre, Manchester. (Picture: Martin Rickett/PA Wire)

Team pursuit squad has work to do for worlds - Clancy

Cycling
Great Britain's Katie Archibald leads Neah Evans, Emily Nelson and Elinor Barker on their way to winning the Women's Team Pursuit. Picture: Martin Rickett/PA

Track World Cup: Barker and Archibald enjoy track gold rush

Cycling

Video: Sheffield Steelers remain ‘cool, calm and collected’ to maintain their bid for European glory

Ice Hockey
SEE YOU IN JANUARY: Sheffield Steelers' players celebrate their 4-2 victory and Continental Cup progression in Rungsted. Picture: Dean Woolley.

Sheffield Steelers 4 Kurbads Riga 2: Stoic Steelers complete memorable turnaround to keep Continental Cup dream alive

Ice Hockey
Jonas Westerling scores Sheffield Steelers' second goal against hosts Rungsted on Saturday night. Picture: Dean Woolley

Sheffield Steelers 5 Rungsted 4 (SO): Shoot-out success sets up final day of reckoning for Steelers

Ice Hockey
TOUGH NIGHT: Matt Marquardt goes through a Minsk player in the third period. Picture: Dean Woolley
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Sheffield Steelers coach Thompson remains optimistic despite opening setback

Ice Hockey
Great Britain's Katie Summerhayes during the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games in Krasnaya Polyana, Russia.

Practice makes perfect in Katie Summerhayes’ Olympic bid

Olympics
Britain's Mick Hill throws the javelin on his way to winning the silver medal at the European Track and Field Championships in Budapest, Sunday Aug. 23, 1998. (AP Photo/Dave Caulkin)

Leeds City Athletics Club: Celebrating half a century of an athletic institution

Athletics
Ed Clancy is back on the gold trail.

Ed Clancy sets sights on more golden moments

Cycling
Jo Pavey

Weekend Interview: All mums are amazing, insists athletics’ ‘super-mum’ Jo Pavey

Athletics
Jamie McDonnell's first meeting with Liborio Solis in Monte Carlo last November (Pictures: Lawrence Lustig)

McDonnell to silence critics once and for all

Boxing
Muhammad Ali.

Keighley boxer Muhammad Ali facing long ban after testing positive for a steroid

Boxing
Josh Warrington knocks down Dennis Ceylan in the 10th round.

Josh Warrington eyes Lee Selby world title fight after beating Dennis Ceylan

Boxing
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Squash round-up: Chapel Allerton make solid start to Yorkshire Premier League defence

Squash
Nick Matthew, pictured in Manchester with the 2013 World Championship trophy after winning the event for a third time
.Picture: PSA World Tour

Video: Nick Matthew planning to go out with winning flourish

Squash
RETIRING: Nick Matthew
. Picture courtesy of Steve Line/Squashpics.com

Video: Sheffield’s Nick Matthew hoping to sign off in triumphant style

Squash
Games target:  Jenny Duncalf  at Harrogate Squash Club.
Picture: Gary Longbottom

Big interview: Jenny Duncalf on coming out as gay squash player and frustration over Olympics snub

Squash
Grigor Dimitrov celebrates and holds up the ATP World Finals trophy (Picture: Alastair Grant/AP).

Debutant Dimitrov graduates with final triumph

Tennis
Andy Murray.

Cautious Murray targets comeback in 2018 after frustrating injury lay-off

Tennis
Kyle Edmund

Beverley's Kyle Edmund misses out on first ATP World Tour final at Erste Bank Open

Tennis
Beverley's Kyle Edmund was beaten by Croatian fourth seed Marin Cilic in the Shanghai Masters (Picture: Seth Wenig/AP).

Edmund bows to Cilic while Kyrgios quits after loss of set

Tennis
Ronnie O'Sullivan won the Shanghai Masters to continue his fine run of form.

O’Sullivan makes longevity promise after Shanghai win

Snooker
Ding Junhui in action against Martin Gould at last year's World Championships at the Crucible  in Sheffield last year. Picture: Simon Cooper/PA.

Recovering Ding Junhui in race to clear the way to join York elite group

Snooker
Mark Selby won the title for the second time by beating Ronnie OSullivan in the final last year

WIN: World Snooker tickets to 2017 Betway UK Championship in York

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Snooker: Sheffield's EIS to stage World Championship qualifiers

Snooker
Britain's Mick Hill throws the javelin on his way to winning the silver medal at the European Track and Field Championships in Budapest, Sunday Aug. 23, 1998. (AP Photo/Dave Caulkin)

Leeds City Athletics Club: Celebrating half a century of an athletic institution

Athletics
Jo Pavey

Weekend Interview: All mums are amazing, insists athletics’ ‘super-mum’ Jo Pavey

Athletics
Claire Duck competing at the Great Edinburgh Cross-Country.

Duck out of water is now back on familiar Yorkshire terrain

Olympics
Luke Cutts competing at the EIS at the 2017 British Indoor Championships

Sheffield's English Institute of Sport chopped from British Athletics schedule

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Britain's Lewis Hamilton on his way to claiming fourth place in the Brazilian Formula 1 Grand Prix after starting at the back (Picture: Andre Penner/AP).

Hamilton proves he still has ‘fire in 
his heart’

Motorsport
British driver Lewis Hamilton celebrates wining his fourth Formula One championship.

Hamilton digs in to claim his fourth world title

Motorsport
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton.

Senna would have won more championships – Hamilton

Motorsport
Lewis Hamilton stands on the brink of British motor-racing history in Mexico.

Interview: Ex-Manor boss on day it dawned Lewis Hamilton was destined to drive to Formula 1 glory

Motorsport
Great Britain's Katie Summerhayes during the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games in Krasnaya Polyana, Russia.

Practice makes perfect in Katie Summerhayes’ Olympic bid

Olympics

Teenager O’Brien set for Taekwondo debut

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York City chairman Jason McGill

Work to finally start on new stadium in York

Sport
Great Britain's Zoe Lee (left) and Laura Weightman during the homecoming event in Leeds City Centre. (Picture: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Wire)

Rio silver medallist Zoe Lee pulling towards Tokyo after post-Olympic setback

Olympics