As Christmas draws near, WNOL are delivering to you an exclusive newspaper supplement, which will showcase some of our best work from News, Investigates and Sport.
Sometimes social media is a wonderful thing and today’s dedication to the late Phil Hughes has proved just that.
Fresh from the international break our teams went in to this weekend’s fixtures with an eye on the finishing line. Who fared the best after Clyne’s goal for Southampton, Burnley’s Ings double and Chelsea’s win over West Brom?
A record breaking crowd of 45,619 witnessed England’s women take to the pitch at Wembley yesterday for the first ever time.
Sheffield United released a statement last night detailing their decision to retract the opportunity for convicted rapist, Ched Evans, to train with the club.
The University of Westminster has a whole host of different men and women’s sports teams, many of which go unnoticed due to the a love for men’s football. WNOL takes a quick look at a few different sides which represent the university on the courts and fields of play.
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has suffered a further injury set back just days after returning to full training and is expected to have a scan on his thigh today.
Long gone are the days when the only sports bet of the year would be 50p on the Grand National. Today you can bet on everything in sport, from results and scorers, to the amount of corners, throw-ins and yellow cards.
Nearly four years ago to the day, Tottenham Hotspur were beating Blackburn Rovers 4-2 at White Hart Lane on remembrance weekend. Roman Pavlyuchenko, Peter Crouch and a double from Gareth Bale secured the game for Harry Redknapp’s side as they sat fifth in the league, just a point off fourth placed Manchester City, whilst also storming through the much-coveted Champions League.
For those who plucked their wits on the Premier League’s highest earners this week it only emphasised the need for closer attention-to-detail in order to shine at Fantasy Football. Bountiful attackers or a solid collective? This crazy week favoured the latter.