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Belmont Gold Cup next up for Prince of Arran

Charlie Fellowes will send Prince Of Arran to America for the Belmont Gold Cup Invitational on June 8.

Horse Racing
Rotherham United's Richard Wood celebrates scoring his side's first goal of the play-off final (Picture: PA)

‘I got my goal and I have never sprinted quicker in my life’ – Rotherham United hero Richard Wood

ROTHERHAM UNITED goal hero Richard Wood labelled the Millers’ golden promotion as the best moment of his long career – with his two young sons crying tears of joy after his sweet Wembley contribution.

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Clearing the ropes: Townville's Shahid Nawaz struck two sixes out of the ground for Townville before bowled by Pudsey St Lawrnece's Chris Marsden. Picture: Steve Riding

Around the Yorkshire leagues: Adam Patel grabs victory for Methley

Waqas Ahmed picked up three wickets in five balls to take his figures to 6-48 and end East Bierley’s innings on 185.

Rotherham United boss Paul Warne at Wembley. (Picture: PA)

Recruitment on and off the pitch key to Rotherham United’s rebound

A SURPRISE video show of messages from the Rotherham United players’ nearest and dearest helped inspire the club’s instant return to the Championship, manager Paul Warne has revealed.

Rotherham United
Laurens and jockey PJ McDonald

Burke’s stable star Laurens digs deep to claim her second Group One victory

Laurens was made to work hard for the second Group One win of her career in The Gurkha Coolmore Prix Saint-Alary at ParisLongchamp.

Horse Racing
Mark Robins: Former Rotherham, Barnsley and Huddersfield manager now in charge of play-off finalists Coventry City.

Former team-mates collide in League Two play-off final

Paul Tisdale hopes Exeter can use the bitter memories of last year’s play-off pain to fire themselves into League One.


Huddersfield Giants in Kruise control

KRUISE LEEMING is one of Super League’s most penalised players this season but the Huddersfield Giants hooker says he has benefitted from “stripping” his game right back.

Huddersfield Giants
Britain's Chris Froome holds the trophy of the Giro d'Italia cycling race, in Rome, Sunday. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)

‘To have all three jerseys is incredible feeling’ - Giro d’Italia winner Chris Froome

Chris Froome says he achieved a ‘dream’ after becoming the first British man to win the Giro d’Italia as he completed the set of Grand Tour victories with his third successive triumph.

In tears: Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius with second assistant coach Peter Krawietz.

Blame me, says distraught Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius

Loris Karius says he is “infinitely sorry” for the mistakes he made in Liverpool’s Champions League final loss against Real Madrid on Saturday.

Fulham's Aboubakar Kamara with the trophy.

Mitrovic Fulham future unclear after final win

Aleksandar Mitrovic is sure Fulham will flourish in the Premier League next season – with or without him.

Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo celebrates on the podium

Frustrated Hamilton trails home behind Ricciardo in Monaco

Lewis Hamilton lamented the Monaco Grand Prix as the most boring of his career as Daniel Ricciardo nursed his wounded Red Bull across the line for a remarkable victory.

England's captain Joe Root walks off at Lord's.

Lord’s verdict: Keep the faith for Headingley says Root after England surrender

Joe Root admits his England team is continuing to under-perform but has urged supporters to “keep the faith” nonetheless.

Halted: Rhinos wing Ryan Hall is stopped by the Dragons defence. Picture: Varleys.

Leeds Rhinos feel the force of Catalans Dragons

IF it had not been for the rugby, it would have been a perfect weekend.

Leeds Rhinos
Try: Ashley Handley touches down for the Rhinos in France.

Getting on with the game proved costly for Leeds

LEEDS RHINOS came away from the south of France with no points but their integrity intact, according to coach Brian McDermott.

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Richard Wood celebrates his opening goal of the play-off final (Picture: PA)

Wembley Verdict: Warrior Wood is daydream believing for Rotherham United

SO attuned is Richard Wood in the art of heading a football that he even does it in his sleep.

Rotherham United
Johanna Konta

Konta and defending champion Ostapenko fall at first hurdle

Johanna Konta suffered more pain in Paris after another first-round exit at the French Open.

Saracens' Chris Wyles

Barritt full of praise as Sarries claim fourth title

Brad Barritt hailed Saracens’ “relentless appetite to improve” after they secured a fourth Aviva Premiership title with victory over Exeter at Twickenham.

Rugby union
Hull FC's Hakim Miloudi and Kirk Yeaman shake hands with Hull KR's Tommy Lee.

Gareth Ellis: Injuries are tough, but my playing days definitely over

It seems everyone is having problems with injuries at the moment and I can’t ever remember a time – throughout the game – as bad as this.

Hull FC
Italy's Francesco Molinari poses with the trophy after winning the 2018 BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.

Molinari fends off rival McIlroy to finally land PGA tournament

Italy’s Francesco Molinari finally got his hands on the BMW PGA Championship trophy as Rory McIlroy’s bid for a second title came up short, despite some unexpected late drama.

Rotherham United's Richard Wood (6) celebrates scoring his side's second goal of the game with Rotherham United manager Paul Warne (right) (Picture: PA)

Warne’s pride as he shares Rotherham United’s Wembley win with loved ones

ROTHERHAM UNITED manager Paul Warne last night hailed his side’s “amazing season” after they clinched an instant return to the Championship.

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