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SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Women's Twenty20 World Cup gets underway when hosts and defending champions Australia meet India in Sydney on Friday and hopes are high that the seventh edition of the tournament will prove transformational for the game.
ADVANCED data analytics – that’s the keyword for South Africa’s NTT Pro Cycling as they plot for the future.
(Reuters) - Amateur golfers will have the chance to earn a place at the 2021 Women's British Open when the inaugural women's Amateur Latin America championship is held in Buenos Aires in September, golf governing body the Royal & Ancient (R&A) said on Monday.
(Reuters) - Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes his team have made "strides forward" this season despite their 2-0 defeat to rivals Liverpool in the Premier League at the weekend.
PORT ELIZABETH (Reuters) - South Africa captain Faf du Plessis said he would not be walking away from his beleaguered team even if he is struggling with his own form and after losing for a seventh time in their last eight tests.
PRETORIA (Reuters) - England won cricket's World Cup in 2019 but in the test arena it proved 12 months of frustration for captain Joe Root as they began the year with defeat in the West Indies and ended it with a loss in Pretoria.
DATUK Ong Kim Swee has paid a heavy price for his football team’s early exit from the Philippines SEA Games.
MANCHESTER (Reuters) - Chelsea's young side have made huge strides under Frank Lampard this season but having opened the scoring and dominated much of the first half at Manchester City before losing 2-1 on Saturday they will see it as an opportunity missed.
(Reuters) - The numbers behind England's successful Euro 2020 qualification highlight just how emphatically Gareth Southgate's side have secured their place in next year's finals.
KUMAMOTO, Japan (Reuters) - The gap between the haves and have-nots in international rugby has proved difficult to bridge for most tier-two nations but Uruguay can hold hope that they are moving in the right direction after a landmark World Cup.