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Daily Archives: May 14, 2018

Kyle Edmund defeats Malek Jaziri, moves into second round

Kyle Edmund continued his fine run of form on clay as he overcame Malek Jaziri to book his place in the second round of the Italian Open in Rome. The British No. 1, who beat Novak Djokovic and David Goffin en route to the quarter-finals

Modern hurlers missing a stroke by ignoring ground game

When Galway defeated Tipperary in the 1988 All-Ireland final, the defining score of that game was Noel Lane’s late goal. It was clinically finished by Lane but it was hurling in its purest form. After a John Commins puckout broke in the middle of the

Romain Grosjean needs a reset – Jolyon Palmer column

F1 driver Jolyon Palmer, who left Renault at the end of 2017, joins the BBC team this season to offer insight and analysis from the point of view of the competitors. Romain Grosjean is going through tough times in Formula 1 and he hit a

Round-robin breast beating looks premature

We are aware that, for many readers, championship structure fatigue set in several centuries ago. The demand for an article on any topic related to it may be somewhat slack. But it has to be acknowledged that we entered a brave new world in the hurling championship at the

Wicklow air disappointment as Aughrim won’t host Dubs

Wicklow have expressed their deep disappointment at missing out on the opportunity to play All-Ireland SFC champions Dublin in Aughrim after their Leinster clash was confirmed for Portlaosie. John Evans’ men earned a quarter-final swing at the Dubs thanks to a stirring defeat of Offaly on Sunday,