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Daily Archives: April 26, 2017

Tour de Yorkshire: Cycle race marks Tadcaster flood rebuild

Tadcaster’s now fixed 18th Century bridge will host the start of the women’s Tour de Yorkshire before the men follow with the start of stage two of their event Brewing beer and a broken bridge are two things Tadcaster are famous for. But on Saturday,

McConville expects McGeeney to fight ‘extreme’ ban

Oisin McConville believes Kieran McGeeney will appeal his 12-week ban for an altercation with a linesman all the way to the Disputes Resolution Authority if necessary. The Central Hearings Commitee imposed the punishment on Armagh manager McGeeney for a verbal altercation with linesman Joe McQuillan during the

Kieran Bergin leaves Tipperary panel

All-Ireland champions Tipperary will have to plan their Championship defence without Kieran Bergin after the defender left the panel. Work commitments are believed to have played a part in his decision. The 31-year-old, who made his senior debut as a late bloomer in 2013, last

Amelie Mauresmo announces birth of second child

PARIS — Former top-ranked tennis player Amelie Mauresmo has given birth to a second child. Mauresmo, who stepped down as France’s Fed Cup captain last year when she announced her pregnancy, posted a picture on Twitter of her children’s hands with the caption: “Aaron and