September 17, 2021

Sport

It's time for society to change - that is Jermaine McGillvary's message to the world.

Dom Sibley brought up a hard-fought, determined hundred, while Ben Stokes is one run shy of his own at lunch on day two of the second #raisethebat Test at Emirates Old Trafford.

Lewis Hamilton topped the timesheets in Hungarian GP first practice as championship leaders Mercedes made an ominously fast start to the third weekend of the 2020 Formula 1 season.

Leeds United have ended their 16-year wait for Premier League football after West Brom were beaten by Huddersfield on Friday night.

Leeds United will return to the Premier League after a 16-year absence as champions of the Sky Bet Championship.

"The fans, in any sporting environment, they make the event and make the atmosphere."

England lock Maro Itoje has become the latest high-profile player to commit his future to Saracens.

.Celtic boss Neil Lennon has accused Leigh Griffiths of letting the club down by putting on weight in lockdown and has criticised his social media "nonsense".

Tiger Woods insisted he did not have an issue with missing energy from the spectators as he reflected on a pleasing, if rusty, first competitive round since February.

Tony Finau ended a high-scoring first day with the outright lead as Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods both made encouraging starts to The Memorial Tournament.

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