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From Actors to Boxers: Talented people from Yorkshire you might not have heard about

Yorkshire has produced many talented people over the past generations, including the likes of Judi Dench, Sally Wainwright, Henry Moore and Chris Rea. Yorkshire has given the world talented actors, musicians, performers, artists and athletes, to name only a few, and continues to do so to the present day.


Team of the Week: Sheffield Wednesday and Rotherham United lead way in latest starting XI ...

IT’S that time of the week again at The Yorkshire Post, with a feast for some and a famine for others – Rotherham United and Sheffield Wednesday lead the way with three players apiece.

The 1912 FA Cup winners medal has gone missing.

Family appeal for help after 1912 Barnsley FA Cup winners medal is stolen

The wider Yorkshire footballing community are being asked to come together in search of a 1912 FA Cup winners medal which has been stolen.
Barnsley FC
What's to blame for a lack of interest in outdoor team sports?

YP Letters: Sports clubs are left to tackle a ‘can’t be bothered’ culture

From: Michael J Robinson, Berry Brow, Huddersfield.

Tour de Yorkshire will be taking place at the beginning of May

Which roads will be closed when the Tour de Yorkshire rides through?

There’s only a few weeks to go before the Tour de Yorkshire once again brings crowds of people to our county. But which roads will be closed when the cyclists ride through?

What s on
Dejected: Jonny May, left, and his England team-mates leave the field after a meek surrender to grand slam champions Ireland. (Picture: PA)

Six Nations: England still good enough to beat the best – May

EVEN before defeat against Ireland, Warren Gatland planted the seed, suggesting England could be heading for six successive losses.

Rugby union
WELCOME WIN: Sheffield Wednesday's Tom Lees, right, gets in a challenge against Leeds United's Adam Forshaw at Elland Road on Saturday.' Picture: Bruce Rollinson

Sheffield Wednesday’s players keen to end fans’ hard times

TOM LEES is honest, grounded and conscientious enough not to pull any punches when asked a direct question.

Sheffield Wednesday

Video: Leeds Rhinos and Castleford Tigers all set to clash after ‘clunky’ beginning

THE LAST time Brian McDermott and Daryl Powell got together for a press conference it was ahead of October’s Super League Grand Final at Old Trafford.

Leeds Rhinos
Sam Spinner

O’Keeffe hoping to get right run for Sam Spinner at Aintree

Jedd O’Keeffe has his sights set on Aintree with beaten Stayers’ Hurdle favourite Sam Spinner.

Horse Racing
York City chairman Jason McGill. 'Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe

Vote on ‘Golden Share’ proposal set to decide York City’s operating status

YORK CITY could be forced to go part-time next season if the Supporters’ Trust this week vote against handing their 25 per cent shareholding back to the club, chairman Jason McGill has warned.

Stuart Broad, right.

England’s Stuart Broad hoping hard work pays off as he closes on Test landmark

STUART BROAD insists his time is about to come again soon – whether or not Joe Root wants him to continue opening the bowling for England.

John Marquis heads home to break the deadlock for Doncaster Rovers against Bradford City. He added a second to earn a 2-0 win (Picture: Bruce Rollinson).

Highlights – Doncaster Rovers 2 Bradford City 0: Rovers sink City thanks to John Marquis’s double

‘IF YOU’RE watching on the telly, turn it off,” sang the Bradford City fans midway through the second half.

David Willey is hoping to be given the chance to shine in four-day cricket for Yorkshire this season (Picture: Alex Whitehead/

David Willey hoping he can benefit from Sidebottom’s Yorkshire exit

UPON his arrival at Headingley in 2015, David Willey expressed a keen desire to develop his red-ball game for Yorkshire in the hope of one day emulating his father Peter and going on to play Test cricket for England.

Cricket 1
Rebecca O'Grady.

Howley Hall’s O’Grady on a drive to encourage more women into golf

LONG-DRIVE specialist Becki O’Grady, of Howley Hall, is going to great lengths to encourage women to take up golf.

Alex Walmsley in action for England in last December's Rugby League World Cup final against Australia (Picture:

Dewsbury-born Saint Alex Walmsley to make full recovery from broken neck

ENGLAND prop Alex Walmsley is facing a lengthy spell out of the game after breaking his neck.

Rugby league
Barnsley's Andy Yiadom with Leeds United's Kalvin Phillips.

Leeds United boss Heckingbottom eyes summer swoop for Barnsley defender Yiadom

Leeds United head coach Paul Heckingbottom is targeting the summer signing of Barnsley defender Andy Yiadom.

Leeds United 1
Valtteri Bottas looks on as Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton, right, of Britain celebrates on the podium after winning the Singapore Formula One Grand Prix in 2017

Bottas can emulate Rosberg in unsettling Hamilton

Valtteri Bottas expects tensions to rise with Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes this season as he dares to do the unthinkable and beat the British driver to the Formula 1 world championship.

Rory McIlroy, of Northern Ireland, celebrates after making a birdie on the 18th green during the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational golf tournament. (AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack)

McIlroy saves ‘perfect round’ to honour Palmer and make a Masters statement

Rory McIlroy said he played a “perfect round of golf” after scooping his first victory in 18 months at the Arnold Palmer Invitational – and admitted he had missed the feeling of chasing a win.

AND STAY OUT! Sheffield Steelers' netminder Ervins Mustukovs sprawls to his left to keep the puck out at Ice Arena Wales. Picture: Helen Brabon.

Sheffield Steelers gatecrash Cardiff’s party with battling win

HEAD COACH Paul Thompson recently insisted that whatever happened to Sheffield Steelers before the end of the regular season would not be about results – purely performances.

Ice Hockey
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