It's simple arithmetic. The more appeals there are, the more there are likely to be mistakes. Barrie Dudleston, cricket umpire, offers a partial explanation for the apparent decline in umpiring standards.
They are the people who hide in the corner with half a pint of bitter and who ruin rugby in this country. Dick Best, once coach of England and now directing London Irish's fortunes, on rugby union referee assessors.
I have always believed that, if rugby league won't work in Gateshead, it won't work anywhere. Kath Hetherington, a partner in Gateshead's bid for membership of the Super League, gets all theatrical.
He was never a gangster and he was never stabbed. Sung Yong Kil, the manager of the young woman golfing sensation, Se Ri Pak, dismisses a racy newspaper description of her father.Reuse content