Dear reader, I wish to apologise. Last week in this column, to my acute embarrassment, I made a mistake. I used the plural “phenomena”, but was referring to a singular and should have used “phenomenon”.
How do you top winning your national Open as an amateur? In Shane Lowry’s case by winning the Open Championship in front of a raucous sell-out crowd at Royal Portrush.
Australia have retained the Women’s Ashes after the only Test match of the series ended in a draw at Taunton.
Ireland’s Shane Lowry exorcised the ghosts of Oakmont to claim his first major title in commanding fashion in the 148th Open at Royal Portrush.
Simon Yates soloed to his second Tour de France victory of the week oblivious to the fireworks behind him as the battle for the yellow jersey exploded on the ramps up to the Prat d’Albis on stage 15.
Anthony Knockaert has signed for Sky Bet Championship side Fulham on a season-long loan from Brighton.
A good-natured clash between two teams of celebrity footballers has raised thousands of pounds to help a three-year-old boy with a rare form of cancer.
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright will continue his search for a new striker after a frustrating 2-1 home defeat by Ross County.
A grandfather has been seriously injured as a car drove at speed through a cemetery, as thousands of people attended an annual blessing of the graves service.
Ally Roy hit his first two goals for Airdrie as they secured a 3-2 Betfred Cup victory at League One rivals Clyde.