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Claudio Ranieri bids final farewell to Leicester staff and players

Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri has left the club's training ground for the last time after saying goodbye to players and staff. Ranieri was sacked earlier in the week as the Premier League champions sat...

Newchurch Crowned Primary School Football Winners

Newchurch Primary School are celebrating after winning the Isle of Wight primary schools 5-a-side football competition. In total, nine teams from across the Island took part in the event, with players from years 4, 5...

Claudio Ranieri: Leicester City manager sacked by Premier League champions

Claudio Ranieri has been sacked as Leicester City manager just nine months after leading the club to the greatest triumph in its 133-year history. The East Midlands side defied the odds to be crowned Premier...

Ranieri defied 5,000-1 odds – but it wasn’t enough for Leicester

In Monte Carlo last week, Usain Bolt attempted the greatest sporting selfie of all time at the star-studded Laureus Awards.  Among the stars in the picture were multiple Olympic champions Michael Phelps and Simone Biles,...

First Home Defeat Of The Season For Hurricanes

Sandown & Shanklin RFC welcomed fourth placed Fordingbridge RFC, in a highly anticipated fixture. The Hurricanes elected to start in the bottom half of the field and from the kick off, set about attempting to...

Wightlink Warriors Aim To Get More Youngsters Watching Speedway

The Wightlink Warriors are introducing a new price range this season for young adults aged 17-20 at £7 - the same as students. The deal puts in place a step up entry price from child’s...

Defeat For Ventnor Ahead Of Cup Semi-Final

Rugby: After two weeks off, Ventnor 1st XV returned to action against 2nd place Petersfield at the weekend. Previously in the season, Ventnor’s visit to their opposition had resulted in a heavy defeat for the...

Pie-eating goalkeeper Wayne Shaw forced to quit Sutton Utd

Wayne Shaw has agreed to leave Sutton Utd after investigations were opened into his pie eating during the club's game against Arsenal. The 20st reserve goalkeeper - known by fans as Roly Poly Goalie because...

British Cycling ‘may have crossed ethical lines’ – UK Sport Chairman

British Cycling may have crossed ethical lines in its treatment of athletes in the past, according to the chairman of UK Sport Rod Carr. The sport has faced allegations of bullying and sexism in its...

Seven sports fail to reverse Tokyo 2020 funding cuts

Seven sports that lost all public funding ahead of Tokyo 2020 have had their appeals to UK Sport rejected. The governing bodies of archery, badminton, fencing, goalball, table tennis, weightlifting and wheelchair rugby had urged...

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