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ECB lays hybrid turf at Loughborough performance centre
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has taken inspiration from Premier League football clubs and installed hybrid turf at its National Cricket Performance Centre in Loughborough.
Liverpool, Everton and the city of Manchester unite for 2022 Commonwealth Games...
Liverpool, Everton and the city of Manchester have joined forces in an effort to bring the 2022 Commonwealth Games to Merseyside – with the Goodison club’s proposed £300 million new stadium the cen
Sport-focused ministers remain in post following General Election
Karen Bradley and Tracey Crouch, the government ministers with ultimate responsibility to the UK sport sector, have been retained in their roles despite a post-General Election cabinet reshuffle.
A once-in-a-lifetime ‘Wembley’ opportunity for SALTEX College Cup winners
The opportunity to stand on arguably the most famous pitch in world football on the day of the FA Cup Final is a dream for many, but for four sports turf students from Northern Ireland – the dream
Scott Lloyd named Lawn Tennis Association CEO
Scott Lloyd, founder of the Next Generation gym chain, former CEO of David Lloyd Leisure and son of former professional tennis player and fitness entrepreneur David Lloyd has been appointed as the
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Oval lays out plan to become largest cricket ground in the UK
London’s Oval is set to become the largest cricket ground in the UK as a result of an ambitious redevelopment plan.
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Former Harlequins chief takes on Stadium for Cornwall project
Mark Evans, Harlequins’ CEO when it rebuilt its Twickenham Stoop stadium, has been appointed as the project leader for the Stadium for Cornwall project.
Is sport important in the election?
The people decide who will run the country tomorrow, but what are the big sporting issues on the agenda for this general election - and do the political parties care?