The captains of Knebworth Golf Club have swapped the wheels of a golf buggy for those of a tricycle – all in aid of the Herts Disability Sports Foundation.
Bookmakers issued a mixed report as British racing returned from a 76-day absence, with most firms describing trade as brisk.
Saracens Mavericks have said they are “deeply saddened” by the end of the Netball Superleague and admits the decision makes the future of the franchise far from rosy.
Alfie Burden is among the 64-strong field battling it out for a new-look Snooker Championship League – as competitive sport makes a slow return from the coronavirus lockdown.
Garden City Runners have returned to Midweek League action but in a whole new format.
The International Cricket Council (ICC)’s recommendation of a temporary ban on using saliva to shine the ball could hand batsmen a significant advantage, claims Australia paceman Mitchell Starc.
This was always going to be a memorable year for Bentley Heath regardless of coronavirus and the ensuing restrictions it has brought – as the cricket club celebrate their 100th birthday.
The Herts Cricket League have set their sights on a July date to finally kick the season off – and have made further decisions on how any new campaign will look.
The challenges designed to get Garden City Runners out and about across the town during the coronavirus crisis continue with the latest dipping its toe into the waters of nostalgia.
British Rowing has today launched a Row to the Moon challenge, following the success of the recent One Minute Challenge.
Tom Lewis was among the thousands of golfers across the country heading back to the course after the easing of the coronavirus lockdown measures – the first step to getting back to competitive action.
A fixture list outlining meetings to the end of June will be published by the British Horseracing Authority on Friday, with 72-hour declarations employed until further notice.
British Gymnastics has launched a #PresentForPounds fundraising campaign to recognise and support the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic.
It may come as a surprise to some but bowls has become the next sport to reopen their doors – albeit with a number of restrictions.
The England and Wales Cricket Board has released guidelines to players and clubs on steps to take to stay safe when exercising in an outdoor cricket club environment.
With a lot of sport still shut down across most of the globe due to the coronavirus pandemic, why not test your sporting knowledge with another quiz?
The chief executive officer of England Golf has declared it “fantastic” to see golfers return to the fairways across England.
They have been feted dance partners for a long time but fate has not yet brought them together – but when it does Demetrius Andrade insists he will “bust up” Billy Joe Saunders.
Garden City Runners are continuing to remain active and have been using historic milestones as inspiration.
Golf clubs around England have been given the green light to resume play on Wednesday in the wake of Boris Johnson’s announcement – but all rounds must played either solo or with members of your own household.