Throughout the weekend, Billy hosts, with the Fortress of wizards, an event popular with lovers of the Harry Potter universe. In the setting of the ruins of a 13th century castle, young and old alike put themselves in the shoes of the orphan sorcerer. But below the building, far fromRead More →

Cavanman’s Diary Published: Thu 28 Jul 2022, 10:36 Last update: Thu 28 Jul 2022, 10:38 A podcast I listened to last week got me thinking about the definition of a ‘football city’. Historian and journalist Paul Rouse interviewed musician and football fanatic Leo Moran of the Saw Doctors. Moran andRead More →

LONDON: Cricket in Scotland is ‘institutionally racist’, reveals an investigation due out on Monday. An independent review into racism in the Scottish game, commissioned by SportScotland in 2021, has been ordered after Scotland’s leading wicket-taker Majid Haq made allegations of discrimination while playing for his country. The report was producedRead More →

ROTHERHAM, England — Although France have a deeper footballing pedigree (and a population more than 174 times larger) than Iceland, the play between them in Monday’s 1-1 draw was surprisingly comparable. The approach of both teams was similar and their failures lined up overnight at New York Stadium, but onlyRead More →

Members of the Richard Agbonifo Hand2Hand Sports Foundation with officials from AMAC Handball at the unveiling in Abuja on Tuesday. Nigeria started their 2022 Africa Men’s Senior Handball Championship with a 30-18 loss to Tunisia. The Golden Arrows faced off in the first half against the record African champion toRead More →