News archive from 9 April 2015

GRAND NATIONAL 2015 DAY 1 TIPS: Arctic Fire & Ruby Walsh go for Aintree Hurdle glory & will AP McCoy get a winner on Grand Opening Day today?

GRAND NATIONAL 2015 DAY 1 TIPS: Arctic Fire & Ruby Walsh go for Aintree Hurdle glory & will AP McCoy get a...

ONE of jump racing's premier events gets under way today (Thursday, April 9) as the Grand National meeting starts at Aintree. The Liverpool course will play host to some of the country's best horses and top jockeys over the next three days,...

 
Hottest Tickets in Town - Win a pair of tickets for Hull City v Liverpool and a copy of FIFA 15.

Hottest Tickets in Town - Win a pair of tickets for Hull City v Liverpool and a copy of FIFA 15.

EASPORTS™, the Official Sports Technology Partner of the Barclays Premier League, has teamed up with the Hull Daily Mail to offer one lucky reader a pair of tickets to your team's next Barclays Premier League Match. We are giving away a pair...

 

Christian Benteke faces £15,000 pay cut if Aston Villa fail to avoid the drop 

Christian Benteke faces a substantial pay cut if his goals are not enough to keep Aston Villa in the Premier League – but is set to attract interest should he continue his scoring streak. Whatever Villa's Premier League status this summer, Benteke's...

Daily Mail, 00:10 in Sport
 

Newcastle loan star Ferguson set to bolster Rangers' Premiership promotion bid

Ferguson was one of five Newcastle United players farmed out to Rangers for the remainder of the 2014/15 season in controversial circumstances back in February before Derek Llambias had been ousted at chief executive. Only two members of the quintet...

The Herald, 00:11 in Sport
 
Scottish leaders TV debate verdict: Jim Murphy blows £7.6bn hole in SNP's tax plans

Scottish leaders TV debate verdict: Jim Murphy blows £7.6bn hole in SNP's tax plans

NICOLA Sturgeon lost the latest TV debate last night as she was forced to put slashing Scotland’s budget by billions at the heart of her general election campaign. The First Minister finally admitted her MPs would try to fast-track full fiscal...

 
University experience in Loughborough is second only to one

University experience in Loughborough is second only to one

Students have voted Loughborough University the second best in the country. They have highly rated the student experience in the latest survey by the Times Higher Education Supplement. The university has won the title five times in the 10 years it has...

 

Origins of Russian fireball found: Scientists say meteor had a 'disturbingly similar' orbit to potentially...

A stunning fireball that crackled across the sky near the Russian-Finnish border last year shared its orbit with a huge asteroid found in October. This is according to a new study which claims the Kola fireball had a 'disturbingly similar' path to...

 

How killers are made: Brain scans reveal the way in which people justify murder

Scientists have attempted to delve into the minds of killers to find out how they can justify their violent crimes. Brain scans have pinpointed a region called the lateral orbitofrontal cortex (OFC), which is activated based on whether or not some...

 

Aberdeen 1 Inverness CT 0: McInnes' changes pay dividends as Taylor downs Caley

Ash Taylor's goal, two minutes after the break, was enough to give the Dons the points in a game they dominated. Indeed, they might have had two or three other goals had their finishing been better, though Derek McInnes, their manager, expressed his...

The Herald, 00:27 in Sport
 

Deila: My players have been terrific - just don't ask me to pick a favourite

A penalty from Kris Commons, after Thistle's James Craigen was sent off, and a second from Stefan Johansen keeps Celtic on course for a fourth consecutive league title. Johansen, who also captained the side in the absence of the suspended Scott Brown,...

The Herald, 00:27 in Sport
 

HEARTS 3 ALLOA 0: Changes aplenty but same outcome as champions cruise

Having claimed the Championship flag at a canter, Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson took the opportunity to give a host of his fringe players a rare start in a fixture against Alloa which was always likely to herald a comfortable victory.Loading...

The Herald, 00:27 in Sport
 

Evans returns for clash with very familiar foes

This afternoon's encounter, at Falkirk Stadium, is also expected to see a welcome return to the home side for Lisa Evans. The former Glasgow City attacker missed last month's Cyprus Cup because she was recovering from injury, but has since played for...

The Herald, 00:27 in Sport
 

Blues wary of threat posed by 'complete' Warriors

The Blues have had a pretty torrid season in the Guinness PRO12 to date, winning just six of 18 matches to sit in 10th place, while the Warriors are top of the table and are odds on to make the play-offs once again.Loading article content Last weekend...

The Herald, 00:27 in Sport
 

Hall looks at the bottom line and knows next game could be his last

If they are honest, though, they will also admit that little nagging voice at the back of their minds is usually told to shut up, not to be taken too seriously. As he takes to the field tomorrow, however, Dougie Hall knows it is all too true.Loading...

The Herald, 00:27 in Sport
 

Eisenhower Tree could rise again

"That tree was iconic and I don't think you can ever, ever replace it," said Tiger Woods as he mulled over the demise of Augusta's famous Eisenhower Tree. The original, 65 ft loblolly pine that stood like a sentry on the 17th hole may be no...

The Herald, 00:27 in Sport
 


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