FOOTBALL – Last weekend 38 goals were scored in the Premiership. Manchester United extended their lead at the top by beating Chelsea 3-1; second-placed Manchester City drew 2-2 at Fulham;
Spurs thrashed nine-man Liverpool and Sunderland whipped sleepy Stoke, both by 4-0; Blackburn beat Arsenal 4-3; Swansea, the first Welsh team to score in, and win, a PL game, defeated WBA 3-0; Norwich won 2-1 at Bolton; it was Wolves 0 QPR 3; Everton 3 Wigan 1 and Villa 1 Newcastle. Elsewhere, Brighton have been replaced as Championship leaders by Southampton who beat Birmingham 4-1;
Charlton and Morecambe top Leagues 1 and 2 and Rangers beat Celtic 4-2 in Scotland. Tomorrow, George Eastham, ex-Arsenal,
*Apologies to Mojacar Veterans for comments made after the 2-2 draw with Venta del Pobre. It can only get better! The ‘Vets’ lost 3-1 at Vicar last week (Matt Williams scored again) and on Saturday it’s Cuevas at home ().
CRICKET – Lancashire have won the
The latter doubled up by winning the 40 overs final against
Graeme Swann will skipper the ‘Lions’ in the ODI series against the
RUGBY WORLD CUP – Brilliant
Shane Williams scored his 55th try for
CYCLING – Lars Boom (Holland) won the Tour of Britain…ex-World Super-bike champion James Toseland has retired (he wants to become a pop star, like girlfriend, Katie Melua)…. Casey Stoner brilliantly won last week’s MotoGp in
SPORTS EXTRA – On Sunday Sebastian Vettel can clinch the F1 driver’s championship in
DID YOU KNOW? Ryan Giggs – born Ryan Joseph Wilson – scored for the 23rd consecutive season when he equalised for Manchester United in the recent Champions League clash in Benfica.
He also became the oldest scorer in Champions League history and the first player to net in 16 different ‘CL’ campaigns, taking over from ex-Real
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