News archive from 13 October 2012

Wales 2 Scotland 1: Bale's double blow for Scots

Wales 2 Scotland 1: Bale's double blow for Scots

Chris Coleman earned his first win as Wales manager after the Scots - also searching for their first victory in Group A - had taken the lead through James Morrison in the first half.

The Herald, 22:04 in Sport
 

Haslingden bereaved teenager’s damage rampage

A ‘DRUNKEN’ teenager who caused trouble on a Haslingden street had recently lost both his parents, a court heard. Stephen Craig Boulton-Wood, 18, had been upset when he left his house and ‘lost it’. He damaged a house’s front door and a car windscreen...

 

England 5 San Marino 0: Rooney and Welbeck at the double while Oxlade-Chamberlain completes rout

England were slow out the blocks at Wembley on Friday night before eventually hitting five - probably half their target - past the planet's worst football team. San Marino managed to keep Roy Hodgson's side quiet until just after the half-hour mark,...

Daily Mail, 22:10 in Sport
 

Republic of Ireland 1 Germany 6: Humiliation for the Irish as Germans canter to victory

Ireland suffered an embarrassing night in Dublin as Germany trashed Giovanni Trapattoni's men 6-1.The hosts were quite simply hapless as the Germans showed they mean business in World Cup qualifying. More details and pictures to follow

Daily Mail, 22:10 in Sport
 

Savile cops: 40 potential victims

Scotland Yard is now pursuing 340 lines of inquiry in the Jimmy Savile abuse case involving 40 potential victims. So far 12 allegations of sexual offences have been officially recorded but this number is increasing, the force said. Metropolitan Police...

 
REUS AND KROOS HELP GERMANY CRUISE

REUS AND KROOS HELP GERMANY CRUISE

Reus set up victory with an eight-minute double at the end of the first half, and Mesut Ozil effectively wrapped up the points with a 55th-minute penalty. However, they were not finished and Miroslav Klose's 58th-minute effort set the stage for Kroos...

 
BALE DOUBLE HELPS WALES SINK SCOTS

BALE DOUBLE HELPS WALES SINK SCOTS

The Scots - also searching for their first victory in Group A - had taken the lead through James Morrison in the first half. But star man Bale had the final say in the clash in Cardiff when he won and converted a second half penalty, before grabbing a...

 
LEE 'DEVASTATED' BY SUSPENSION

LEE 'DEVASTATED' BY SUSPENSION

Lee, who celebrated his 38th birthday on Friday, was informed of his suspension by the sport's governing body, the WPBSA, following reports of irregular betting patterns during Lee's 4-2 defeat to John Higgins in a Premier League match on Thursday....

 

Bieber focuses on 'good stuff'

Justin Bieber has revealed he's "happy" despite a Twitter user threatening to post footage from the pop star's stolen computer. The Boyfriend singer said his computer and camera were stolen as he performed at the Tacoma Dome. A Twitter user...

 

Doctor cements place in history

Matt Smith cemented his place in Doctor Who history - and was in danger of becoming a permanent exhibit at a sci-fi display. The star was having his hands set in stone when he found himself struggling to get free, telling giggling fans: "I can't...

 

Bieber focuses on 'good stuff'

Justin Bieber has revealed he's "happy" despite a Twitter user threatening to post footage from the pop star's stolen computer. The Boyfriend singer said his computer and camera were stolen as he performed at the Tacoma Dome. A Twitter user...

 

Doctor cements place in history

Matt Smith cemented his place in Doctor Who history - and was in danger of becoming a permanent exhibit at a sci-fi display. The star was having his hands set in stone when he found himself struggling to get free, telling giggling fans: "I can't...

 

Haslingden bereaved teenager’s damage rampage

A ‘DRUNKEN’ teenager who caused trouble on a Haslingden street had recently lost both his parents, a court heard. Stephen Craig Boulton-Wood, 18, had been upset when he left his house and ‘lost it’. He damaged a house’s front door and a car windscreen...

 

Bieber focuses on 'good stuff'

Justin Bieber has revealed he's "happy" despite a Twitter user threatening to post footage from the pop star's stolen computer. The Boyfriend singer said his computer and camera were stolen as he performed at the Tacoma Dome. A Twitter user...

 

Doctor cements place in history

Matt Smith cemented his place in Doctor Who history - and was in danger of becoming a permanent exhibit at a sci-fi display. The star was having his hands set in stone when he found himself struggling to get free, telling giggling fans: "I can't...

 


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