News archive from 14 July 2012, page 13

Sun sets on Darren's year as Open king as Clarke prepares to hand back Claret Jug

Trust Darren Clarke to take the Claret Jug on an unforgettable journey filled with extremes. He's taken it everywhere from Coolum in Australia to Incheon in South Korea.He's had stand-up arguments with airport security over his refusal to let it out...

Daily Mail, 00:34 in Sport

Mickelson looking forward to swinging in the rain in latest Open bid at Lytham

Who would have thought the man once considered a fair-weather golfer would be hoping for our awful summer to continue at The Open next week? Phil Mickelson is the first to admit the bad weather at some past editions left him dreaming of his native...

Daily Mail, 00:34 in Sport

Colwyn Bay CC searching first win of season over Rainford

BOTTOM club Colwyn Bay today start the second half of their season with a visit to the only other Premier Division side still looking for their first win, Rainford, "Both clubs have gone a total of 22 matches without a single win between us and...

Daily Post, 00:35 in Sport

Campion delights at Mochdre spirit

TEAMWORK on and off the pitch is the recipe for success at Mochdre, whose recent run of form has seen them close to within eight points of Premier Division front-runners Llandudno. So says skipper Adam Campion, whose side stole a march on their rivals...

Daily Post, 00:35 in Sport

EXCLUSIVE: I'm the workhorse who lets others shine, says England ace Bresnan

Real men don't eat quiche. So it comes as no surprise when Tim Bresnan shoves his dinner plate across the table, focuses on the one significant remnant and offers an apology for being wasteful: 'Sorry, I'm allergic to eggs.' All his reflections over...

Daily Mail, 00:34 in Sport

Championship One: Gateshead Thunder v North Wales Crusaders (Sunday - 3pm)

GATESHEAD Thunder coach Kevin Neighbour will hope to have seen enough in last week's 46-18 defeat in North Wales to be able to plot a surprise win tomorrow. Gateshead are still searching for their first league win of the campaign, and Neighbour will...

Daily Post, 00:35 in Sport

For sheer speed, gentleman Brett was in a class of one

After 322 appearances and 718 wickets, Australia fast bowler Brett Lee has announced his retirement from international cricket at 35. Nasser Hussain, who faced him in two Ashes series, salutes the fastest bowler he ever came up against...There have...

Daily Mail, 00:34 in Sport

Birdie blitz leaves Manassero eyeing victory at Castle Stuart and last-gasp Open spot

Teenager Matteo Manassero, twice a winner on the European Tour already, is in the hunt for another victory - and a place in The Open - after a 64 in Inverness.With fellow Italian Francesco Molinari able to follow up his first round 62 with 'only' a...

Daily Mail, 00:34 in Sport

Weekend hospital mortality warning

A new study has found that “patients are more likely to die in hospital if they are admitted at the weekend”, according to BBC News. The broadcaster said the research backs up previous studies suggesting patients admitted to hospital at the weekend...


New 'flesh-eating bug', papers claim

Britain is in the grip of a new “flesh-eating bug spread by sneezes and coughs”, according to the front page of today’s Metro. The newspaper says that the bacteria are spreading across Britain, as they can be caught through people coughing and...


Patients' ratings reflect hospital quality

“Patients are accurately predicting which hospitals have high death rates and super-bug infections when they rate their treatment on a TripAdvisor-style website,” The Daily Telegraph has reported. Consumers often rate hotels and restaurants online...


Is immunity linked to the body clock?

“Not sleeping enough can damage your immune system and make you ill,” according to the Daily Mail. This somewhat sweeping statement is based purely on an animal study looking at how mice body clocks affected their immune systems. The study found that...



Roadside protestors fired the object 25 kilometres from the finish of a stage which was won by Britain's David Millar. In a separate incident, Mark Cavendish was fined £150 following a spat with a race steward as he tried to make it back to the...



The midfielder, who received an honorary doctorate from the University of Bolton to honour both he and the doctors who saved his life when he suffered a cardiac arrest during an FA Cup tie at Tottenham in March, said: “I'm getting stronger every day,...


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