News archive from 19 March 2016

Leeds 30-18 St Helens: Rhinos keep their nerve to see off Saints in Super League 

Leeds held their nerve after throwing away a big early lead to beat St Helens 30-18 in an entertaining Super League clash. Last year's treble winners went into the match in desperate need of the points after a torrid start to the season and they were...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 
Chance to speak to health leaders about the health service in Derbyshire

Chance to speak to health leaders about the health service in Derbyshire

Health leaders will be in Barlborough this month to talk about local NHS issues and answer any questions raised about Derbyshire health services. The board of Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust is running a free informal session...

 
Samson Lee ready for return to his day job

Samson Lee ready for return to his day job

Like most tight-head props, Samson Lee is not a man of many words, so the controversy he became embroiled in this week, as the target of Joe Marler’s “Gypsy boy” comment, must have been bewildering. There will be a sense of relief today that he can...

The Times, 00:05 in Sport
 

Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka: Last-gasp winner was best way to end week

Aitor Karanka enjoyed the "perfect" end to a turbulent week, with his return to the Middlesbrough dugout bringing with it a last-gasp victory against promotion rivals Hull. The former Real Madrid assistant manager's days on Teesside had...

 

Warrington 56-12 Castleford: Wolves keep up perfect start to move level on points with Widnes at top of...

Warrington produced a blistering performance to move joint-top of the First Utility Super League by thrashing Castleford 56-12 at the Halliwell Jones Stadium. Most of the damage was done in the first half as the rampant Wolves, who boast the...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 

Bath 21-19 Newcastle: Falcons' struggles on the road continue at Recreation Ground

Bath edged to a narrow 21-19 victory over a spirited Newcastle Falcons side who will be far from satisfied with a losing bonus point. Newcastle have seldom come as close to ending a miserable run of away form in the Aviva Premiership. After 16 defeats...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 

Rafael Nadal into Indian Wells semi-finals after straight-sets win over Kei Nishikori

Fourth seed Rafa Nadal survived a few anxious moments before booking his place in the semi-finals of the BNP Paribas Open with a see-sawing 6-4 6-3 victory over Japanese Kei Nishikori on Friday. The Spanish left-hander fought back from 1-3 down and...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 

Manuel Pellegrini has sympathy for under-pressure Louis van Gaal

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini admitted he does have a little sympathy for under-fire United counterpart Louis van Gaal. But Pellegrini has no doubt the Dutchman can handle the pressure and it will not alter his determination to claim a vital...

 
Peterhead v Airdrieonians: Jamie Bain not ready to call time on Diamonds career

Peterhead v Airdrieonians: Jamie Bain not ready to call time on Diamonds career

JAMIE BAIN insists he isn’t ready to end his Airdrieonians love affair. The 24-year-old midfielder from Glenmavis was honoured recently after clocking up his 200th appearance for the Diamonds earlier this season. Bain was presented with a framed shirt...

 
Brechin City v Albion Rovers: Title win can help our top-four bid, says Ross Davidson

Brechin City v Albion Rovers: Title win can help our top-four bid, says Ross Davidson

ROSS DAVIDSON insists Albion Rovers can use the experience of last season’s title bid during this term’s promotion play-off push. The Coatbridge men go into the final seven games of the campaign with a real chance of clinching a top-four finish in...

 
Kilwinning Rangers boss Chris Strain confident of reaching Scottish Junior Cup semi-finals ahead of Camelon replay

Kilwinning Rangers boss Chris Strain "confident" of reaching Scottish Junior Cup semi-finals ahead of...

Kilwinning Rangers boss Chris Strain is confident his never-say-die side can book their place in the Scottish Junior Cup semi-finals at Carmuirs Park this afternoon – as long as they don’t let nerves get the better of them. Strain felt some of his...

 

Paris attacks: Suspect Salah Abdeslam arrested in Brussels

Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam has been wounded and captured in a huge anti-terror operation in Brussels after four months on the run. French police officials and the Belgian migration minister Theo Francken confirmed his arrest following police...

 
David Nugent lifts gloom at Middlesbrough after a turbulent week

David Nugent lifts gloom at Middlesbrough after a turbulent week

Middlesbrough 1 Hull City 0 After one of the most peculiar episodes in the club’s recent history, Aitor Karanka returned to Middlesbrough’s dugout last night; on this occasion, his players were slow to turn up. When they did it was dramatic, David...

The Times, 00:14 in Sport
 
Don Cossack lifts blue riband for ambitious Elliott

Don Cossack lifts blue riband for ambitious Elliott

Four years ago Gordon Elliott predicted that Don Cossack would one day win the Gold Cup. The rising star of Irish jumps training — and the only one in Willie Mullins’s near slipstream — has among his many talents the ability to see into the future....

The Times, 00:14 in Sport
 

Earth set for its closest brush with a comet in centuries: Monday will see TWO bodies swerve close to Earth 

Early next week, Earth will have one of the closet encounters ever recorded with a passing comet. Two twin-like emerald comets will fly by the home planet at a safe distance, with the first occurring on Monday March 21, and the second passing by the...

 


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