Second-string Sarries squad beaten by late penalty at Warriors

Nathan Sowter admits he has revelled in the responsibility of being Middlesex’s wicket-taking spearhead during their Royal London One-Day Cup campaign.

Top two in table met at the weekend, but both fielded weakened squads

Sarries have crucial period coming up, but could be without some of their key players

Seaxes begin 50-over campaign against Essex on Friday

John Simpson believes the appointment of Nic Pothas to Middlesex’s coaching staff can help him regain his best form after the ‘harsh lesson’ of being dropped last season.

North Londoners made it through to semi-finals with comfortable success

Spurs manager was among those in attendance for the ground’s first test event on Sunday.

Legendary batsman set to light up Lord’s later this year

Plenty of Sarries stars were in action for their countries in the Six Nations over the weekend

Red Roses kicked off campaign with delightful success away to reigning champions

Plenty of Sarries players will be in action for their countries over the next six weeks

England international was in fine form for north Londoners at the weekend

North Londoners cantered in a 28-10 success in Lyon last weekend

Sarries beaten by Sharks despite try from returning Billy Vunipola

Saracens boss Mark McCall admitted his team had been “well beaten” after their 22-game undefeated record came to a grinding halt against Exeter Chiefs.

Saracens boss Mark McCall feels “there is more” in his team after they made it 22 games unbeaten with a Heineken Cup Champions Cup victory over Cardiff Blues.

Sarries led 21-3 at break, but an inspired Tigers side almost came back to win in second half

Spurs face Chelsea at Wembley on Saturday, just days after forward netted winner for Three Lions at national stadium

Saracens head coach Mark McCall said his team were poor for long periods despite making it two wins from two in the Heineken Champions Cup with a 29-10 bonus-point victory over Lyon.

Mark McCall was left counting the cost of Saracens’ bruising Heineken Champions Cup battle with Glasgow Warriors.

Anthony Joshua had felt like a gust of wind would knock him down ahead of his successful world heavyweight title defence last Saturday, due to a bout of flu.

Spurs lost their 100 per cent record in league with defeat at Hornets

A delay in moving into new stadium had left Spurs with a dilemma over home clash with Citizens

This time last year, it looked as if James Harris’s days as a Middlesex player were numbered.

Current World Cup leading goalscorer and Tottenham Hotspur forward Harry Kane may keep his place in the England starting XI as national team boss Gareth Southgate weighs up his options for their group-stage closer against Belgium.

Morgan also scored England’s fastest-ever half-century in one-day cricket

Spinner Ravi Patel is relishing the pressure as he attempts to bowl Middlesex into the Royal London One-day Cup knockout stages for the first time.

Leg-spinner Nathan Sowter admits he must impress with bat as well as ball to force his way into Middlesex’s four-day side.

Middlesex paceman James Fuller says his troublesome elbow “hasn’t felt this good for years” as he strives to consign his injury nightmare to history.


Schools across the country have been preparing for some of their pupils to return to the classroom. Here is how one group of schools has been getting ready to make sure pupils can be taught safely and get on with lessons.

The sun is shining, and it’s time to get outside and make the most of your garden.

The Government is encouraging people to stay alert as many take their first steps back to their workplace.

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