Browse By

Daily Archives: July 4, 2017

ICYMI at Wimbledon – America’s rise, Australia’s fall

9:32 PM ET Victoria MonkESPN LONDON — The world’s highest-ranked teenager, No. 64 Frances Tiafoe, highlighted another stellar day for the Americans. On the Fourth of July, Tiafoe took out Robin Haase 6-3, 3-6, 7-6 (5), 7-5 to score his first career Wimbledon win. Frances

Linfield to face Celtic after progressing in Europe

Linfield secured a money-spinning Champions League qualifier against Celtic after battling to a goalless draw at La Fiorita to complete a 1-0 aggregate win. Northern Ireland’s champions were defending a slender advantage from the first leg at Windsor Park in Belfast, secured by a late

Ilya Kovalchuk to stay in KHL next season

Ilya Kovalchuk has decided to remain in the Kontinental Hockey League next season rather than pursue a return to the NHL, agent Jay Grossman told multiple media outlets. Kovalchuk retired from the NHL in July 2013 — just three years into his 15-year, $100 million

Barton’s reign as Derry manager appears over

Damian Barton’s tenure as Derry football manager appears to be over following the Oak Leaf county’s exit from this year’s Championship at the weekend. Derry were beaten by Mayo in their qualifier clash on Saturday and a statement released by the county board tonight seems

Ireland coach Bell expects tough test against Scotland

Ireland Women’s coach Colin Bell believes Scotland poses the ‘toughest test’ of the year ahead of the friendly international between the two sides on Friday, kick-off 7:30pm. Since taking over, Bell has enjoyed a great run of form which has seen his side lose just