A Bradford fan watches as his team goes on to get promoted

Bradford City 3 Northampton Town 0: Cup kings triumph in League Two play-off final on return to Wembley to win promotion

Three months after their 5-0 defeat by Swansea City in the Capital One Cup final, Bradford City enjoyed a very different Wembley experience. They dominated the League Two play-off final to erase memories of that previous appearance under the arch and could even have won 5-0 themselves.

Schoolchildren need to eat a proper breakfast, but should Kellogg's really be paying for it?

Tens of thousands of children are now arriving at school without a proper breakfast. So let's tackle the cause of this problem, not just the symptom

Cows trample man to death and leave another injured in field

A man has been trampled to death by a herd of cows, police said.

Round-Up: Tomkins scores four more in Wigan cruise and dragons thrash York

Sam Tomkins kept up his freakish try-scoring record with four more as Wigan cruised past Hull KR into the Challenge Cup quarter-finals with a 46-14 victory at  Craven Park yesterday. The  full-back has now scored 21 in his last nine games.

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Hull 24 Wakefield 6 match report: England international Gareth Ellis made his mark

Gareth Ellis scored his first try since returning to England to help Hull into the quarter-finals of the Challenge Cup.

Boothroyd hails goalkeeper’s heroics as Northampton reach League Two play-off final

The Northampton manager, Aidy Boothroyd, was quick to hail Lee Nicholls after the goalkeeper inspired his team to the npower League Two play-off final following a 2-0 aggregate win over Cheltenham.

Round-up: Castleford rise to welcome Powell as their new coach

Castleford, who are poised to confirm Featherstone's Daryl Powell as their new coach today, are off the foot of the Super League table, thanks to a 32-24 win over Hull KR.

Manager Phil Parkinson joins his Bradford side in celebration

Bradford triumph to earn Wembley return in play-off final

The Bantams see off Burton Albion despite first-leg defeat to reach their second Wembley final this season

Bradford 22 Leeds 42 match report: Leeds' early push leaves Bradford too far behind

Leeds started like the champions they are, hitting Bradford with an early whirlwind from which they never recovered.

ITV's 'Kingdom' was filmed in Swaffham and starred local lad Stephen Fry

Movie industry falls in love with Norfolk – it must
be the Broads

Film-makers are being given funds to look beyond London and show Britain’s diversity

Danny Brough ends Batley's hopes of killing Giants

Batley gave Super League Huddersfield a scare in the Challenge Cup yesterday when they led 4-0 at half-time, playing down their famous slope at Mount Pleasant. The Giants came back at them after the break, but they did not sew up a 13-4 win until a late drop goal and penalty from Danny Brough.

Shakeel Ahmad and Syed Mubarak Ahmed Crime: VAT Fraud; Owe: £19m each. Jailed for seven years in 2007 for masterminding a £37m tax fraud and then for an extra 10 years in 2010 for failing to repay money owed.

Revealed: the £675m owed by UK’s richest criminals

More than half a billion pounds owed remain unpaid, despite threat of additional jail term

Brian Noble was named as Salford's new coach

Salford City Reds 18 Hull FC 24 match report: Brian Noble sees some positives despite defeat

Salford named Brian Noble as their new coach before kick-off and then gave him a demonstration of the strengths and weaknesses of the squad he will inherit.

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