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‘The Hundred’ under fire from Yorkshire pace star Jack Brooks

Cricket
Jose Morai: Under pressure.

Last spin of the wheel for Barnsley chief Jose Morais

Barnsley FC
Hull's head coach Lee Radford lifts the cup.

Challenge Cup draw: Hull FC boss Radford is wary of Featherstone Rovers’ threat

Hull FC
Tour De Yorkshire reccy - Tom Moses pictured at the Cow and Calf, Ilkley (Picture: Simon Hulme)

Tour de Yorkshire: Cow and Calf leaves peloton in no doubt as to scale of task

Cycling

Jack Walton justifies faith shown by Barnsley chief

Barnsley FC

"We knew it would be controversial." Radrizzani speaks out to defend Burma tour

Leeds United

Barry Bannan believes Sheffield Wednesday can spoil the party

Football

World Championship: Crucible’s leading men continue to dominate

Snooker
Goal: Timothee Dieng celebrates scoring Bradford's opening goal.  Picture: Bruce Rollinson

Bradford City have restored pride, says Stephen Warnock

Bradford City

Darren Gough: Why Leeds United are a ‘basket case’ and why Sheffield Wednesday fans should be ‘concerned’

Darren Gough
Jose Morais: Handed debut to Jack Walton.

Jack Walton justifies faith shown by Barnsley chief

Barnsley FC
Looking ahead: Barry Bannan.

Barry Bannan believes Sheffield Wednesday can spoil the party

Football
Jose Morai: Under pressure.

Last spin of the wheel for Barnsley chief Jose Morais

Barnsley FC
Goal: Timothee Dieng celebrates scoring Bradford's opening goal.  Picture: Bruce Rollinson

Bradford City have restored pride, says Stephen Warnock

Bradford City

"We knew it would be controversial." Radrizzani speaks out to defend Burma tour

Leeds United 20
On fire: Liverpool's Mohamed Salah celebrates scoring his side's second goal.

Champions League, Liverpool 5 Roma 2: What a match as Anfield goes wild

Football
Rotherham United manager Paul Warne (Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe).

Paul Warne savoured Rotherham United’s play-off qualification – but only for three hours

Rotherham United

Healey’s hat-trick cannot deny ten-man Guiseley a rare victory

Non-League

Nottingham Forest 3 Barnsley 0: Defeat pushes Reds closer to drop

Football

Bradford City 2 Milton Keynes Dons 0: Simon Grayson’s demand for strong finish being met

Football

Doncaster Rovers 0 Blackburn Rovers 1: Darren Ferguson’s men unable to deny buoyant visitors

Football
Yorkshire's Jack Brooks: Against new format.

‘The Hundred’ under fire from Yorkshire pace star Jack Brooks

Cricket
England and Yorkshire's Joe Root. Picture: Jason O'Brien/PA

Return of familiar Yorkshire surroundings perfect timing for Joe Root

Cricket
Yorkshire's Ben Coad leads the team off the field after taking 10 wickets in the match on the way to beating Notts. Picture by Alex Whitehead/SWpix.com

Yorkshire’s ‘superb’ Ben Coad quick to show his England potential

Cricket 1
Australia's Steve Smith: 12-month ban.

Darren Gough: Banned Aussies should not be allowed to play in England

Cricket

Ben Coad guides Yorkshire to first victory of season over Nottinghamshire

Cricket

Match Blog – Yorkshire v Notts (Day Four): Victory secured by Yorkshire at Headingley

Cricket

Bresnan and Coad put Notts on brink of defeat

Cricket

Yorkshire v Essex (Day Two): Cheteshwar Pujara running into trouble

Cricket
Hull's head coach Lee Radford lifts the cup.

Challenge Cup draw: Hull FC boss Radford is wary of Featherstone Rovers’ threat

Hull FC
It's ours: Hull FC's Gareth Ellis lifts the trophy at Wembley.

RL Challenge Cup draw: Featherstone entertain holders Hull FC

Hull FC
Kevin Sinfield: Happy with French test.

International rehearsal for Wayne Bennett’s England

Hull KR
One of the UPVC locks melted by a burglar armed with a blowtorch

Burglars armed with blowtorches targeting uPVC doors to steal luxury cars

News

Thieves steal Leeds Rhinos' Stevie Ward's precious 2017 Super League Grand Final victory ring

News 2
Castleford Tigers winger, Garry Lo (right).

Super League: Castleford Tigers ‘stand down’ PNG World Cup winger Lo to assist with ongoing police inquiry

Castleford Tigers

How York City Knights showed true value of League One

Rugby league

Hull FC ‘deal’ with Kelly incident | Sene-Lafao sticking around at Castleford

Hull FC

Hull FC rule on Albert Kelly's drunken tirade

News
Yorkshire Carnegie coach James Lowes.

Yorkshire Carnegie add Canada prop to squad after netting new half-back pair

Rugby union
Chris Elder.  Picture: Bruce Rollinson

Carnegie tie down foursome to new deals for 2018-19

Rugby union

WATCH - ‘Stark warning’ after former Yorkshire Carnegie No8 is hit with ban

Rugby union

WATCH: Carnegie not amused as Ealing hit back to pinch a draw

Rugby union

Premiership goal for Richard Beck as he agrees new deal with Yorkshire Carnegie

Rugby union

Rotherham pull off a stunning derby victory

Rugby union

Rotherham Titans 30 Yorkshire Carnegie 26: Titans hit back to shock Carnegie

Rugby union

Alfa McGuire backed to extend unbeaten Beverley record

Horse Racing
Kilbricken Storm and Harry Cobden clear the last on the way to winning Cheltenham's Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle (Picture: David Davies/PA Wire).

Kilbricken Storm out to add to Cheltenham Festival win

Horse Racing
Finian's Oscar (left) ridden by Robbie Power on their way to winning the Big Buck's Celebration Manifesto Novices' Chase during day one of the 2018 Randox Health Grand National Festival at Aintee.

Tizzard wild about Oscar’s chances as he heads to Ireland

Horse Racing
Midnight Shadow ridden by Danny Cook wins The QTS Scottish Champion Hurdle Race at Ayr.

Smith’s horse steps out of shadows to land a big prize

Horse Racing

Yorkshire Am Am Series provides exciting addition to calendar at Alwoodley, Fulford and Moortown

Golf
Alexander Levy of France celebrates with the winners trophy after the final round of the Trophee Hassan II in Morocco

Morocco triumph enhances Levy’s Ryder Cup chances

Golf
Malton & Norton's David Hague with, l-r, Todd Clements in his winner's jacket, Gian-Marco Petrozzi and Matthew Jordan.

Yorkshire’s David Hague enjoys European success with England

Golf

The story of the Yorkshire doctor who designed the Masters golf course at Augusta

News

Tour de Yorkshire: Cow and Calf leaves peloton in no doubt as to scale of task

Cycling
Ben Swift: Tour entrant from Rotherham.

White Rose duo gear up to tackle the Tour de Yorkshire

Cycling
Anna van der Breggen is headed to the Asda Tour de Yorkshire Women's Race. (Picture: AP)

Olympic and world champions headline all-star Asda Tour de Yorkshire Women’s Race startlist

Cycling
On the podium: Rio Olympics champion Greg van Avermaet, centre.

Olympic champion pedals in to the Tour de Yorkshire

Cycling
Belgium's Greg Van Avermaet, right, of the BMC Racing team is heading bakc to the Tour de Yorkshire. (AP Photo/Yves Logghe)

Olympic champion headed back to Tour de Yorkshire

Cycling

Great Britain 5 Poland 3: Pride for Russell after 'brilliant' comeback win in Budapest

Ice Hockey
HITTING BACK: Captain Jonathan Phillips insists Great Britain can bounce back positively from their defeat to Kazakhstan. Picture: Dean Woolley.

Sheffield Steelers' Phillips expects intensity levels to rise in Budapest

Ice Hockey
TOUGH NIGHT: Ben Bowns and Mark Richardson in front of the GB net in Tuesday's defeat to Kazakhstan. Picture: Dean Woolley.

Kazakhstan 6 Great Britain 1: Keefe backs GB to bounce back quickly

Ice Hockey
SPECIAL PERFORMANCE: GB forward Rob Dowd in Budapest against Slovenia. Picture: Dean Woolley.

WATCH - Great Britain 3 Slovenia 1: Dowd hails ‘special’ performance by GB

Ice Hockey
Helen Housby and Natalie Haythornthwaite, right, celebrate with their gold medals after winning the Women's Netball final against Australia, (Picture: Martin Rickett/PA Wire)

Weekend Interview: Natalie Haythornthwaite hoping to turn Commonwealth gold into a financial future for netball

Olympics
England's Helen Housby battles for the ball with Australia's April Brandley in the Women's Netball gold medal match (Picture: Martin Rickett/PA Wire)

Commonwealth Games: Netball’s bid to use its golden moment as a platform

Olympics
England's Nile Wilson (gold) celebrates following his routine on the Men's Horizontal Bar

Commonwealth Games: Yorkshire win more golds than Canada and New Zealand

Olympics
Tom Stewart.

Disappointed Stewart now turns his focus to Tour de Yorkshire

Cycling
Thomas Young.

Leeds boxer Young looking to pass Ultimate test in Manchester

Boxing

Leeds stars Kaiser Chiefs set to rock Elland Road ahead of World Championship boxing bout

News 1
Natasha Gale: Makes her bow in a multi-sport event in Australia. (Picture: Howard Roe)

Commonwealth Games: Gold Coast part of triple bid for European champion Gale

Boxing
MAGIC MOMENT: James Willstrop celebrates winning Commonwealth Games gold against Paul Coll. Picture: World Squash Federation/Toni van der Kreek.

Interview: Golden moment gives Willstrop plenty of reasons to be cheerful

Squash
James Willstrop.

Willstrop relieved at doubling up to earn bronze

Squash
Jenny Duncalf, left, in action during the women's doubles quarter-finals against New Zealand's Amanda Landers-Murphy. Picture: World Squash Federation.

Commonwealth Games: Experience helps Willstrop stay on course for double gold

Squash
In unison: Jack Laugher and Chris Mears during the men's synchronised 3m springboard.

Commonwealth Games: It’s a golden hat-trick for Jack Laugher

Olympics
Tennis For Free Greenhead Park coaches, Tim Jenkins (left) and Will Morley.

Free tennis sessions on offer every week in Huddersfield

Tennis

Yorkshire castle to host 'tennis garden party' featuring Wimbledon champion

News
Going out: Johanna Konta hits a return to Venus Williams.

Defeat sees Johanna Konta drop out of world’s top 20

Tennis
Kyle Edmund.

Yorkshire tennis star Edmund ends Murray’s 12-year reign as British No 1

Tennis
John Higgin.

World Championship: Crucible’s leading men continue to dominate

Snooker
Neil Robertson during his match against Robert Milkins. Picture: Tim Goode/PA Wire

World Championship: Robertson joins exodus of world champions at Crucible

Snooker
Ding Junhui celebrates beating Xiao Guodong at the Crucible (Picture: Simon Cooper/PA Wire).

Confident Ding Junhui is all smiles as he cruises through at the Crucible

Snooker
EASING THROUGH: Ding Junhui in action against Xiao Guodong at The Crucible on Tuesday morning. Picture: Simon Cooper/PA

World Championship: Ding Junhui hits cruise control at The Crucible

Snooker
Sir Mo Farah finishes third in the Men's Marathon during the 2018 Virgin Money London Marathon. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday April 22, 2018. See PA story ATHLETICS Marathon. Photo credit should read: Paul Harding/PA Wire

Sir Mo beats the heat to post British record at London Marathon

News

The hidden beach you didn't know existed - and it's only an HOUR from Leeds

News 1
Yorkshire's Jack Laugher, left, and Chris Mears during the Men's Synchronised 3m Springboard at the Optus Aquatic Centre. Picture: Danny Lawson/PA.

Commonwealth Games: Laugher deals with pressures to seal memorable golden hat-trick

More Sport
In unison: Jack Laugher and Chris Mears during the men's synchronised 3m springboard.

Commonwealth Games: It’s a golden hat-trick for Jack Laugher

Olympics
Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo of Australia jumps off his car after winning the Chinese Formula One Grand Prix

Hamilton looking for fast response to China

Motorsport
DRIVING FORCE: Britain's Lewis Hamilton steers his Mercedes car during the second practice session in Shanghai. Pictures: AP/Andy Wong

Lewis Hamilton looks to close gap on chief rival Vettel

Motorsport
Senna Proctor on the top of the podium at Brands Hatch. Picture: Dennis Goodwin.

Proctor claims debut BTCC victory in dramatic style

Motorsport
Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel of Germany celebrates on the podium after winning the Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix, flanked by third place Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)

Hamilton in a rage as Vettel pulls clear

Motorsport
Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge (centre) poses with the trophy after winning the Men's London Marathon alongside second placed Ethopia's Tola Shura Kitata (left) and third placed Great Britain's Sir Mo Farah.

Farah breaks Jones’s 33-year-old record in London Marathon

More Sport
Helen Housby and Natalie Haythornthwaite, right, celebrate with their gold medals after winning the Women's Netball final against Australia, (Picture: Martin Rickett/PA Wire)

Weekend Interview: Natalie Haythornthwaite hoping to turn Commonwealth gold into a financial future for netball

Olympics
Runners make their way across Tower Bridge during last year's London Marathon.

The Yorkshire Post says: A marathon effort. The runners going the extra mile

Opinion
England's Helen Housby battles for the ball with Australia's April Brandley in the Women's Netball gold medal match (Picture: Martin Rickett/PA Wire)

Commonwealth Games: Netball’s bid to use its golden moment as a platform

Olympics
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