Northampton stall visitors’ title challenge as Myler states his case for place in England squad
The Hart district of Hampshire has been named the best place to live in the UK for the third year in a row, with Uttlesford in Essex taking second place
Conor O’Shea believes Harlequins can clinch a remarkable comeback and qualify for the quarter-finals of the Heineken Cup after earning their second successive victory over big-spending Racing Metro.
The British and Irish Lions loosehead will miss Leinster's Heineken Cup run-in and could also miss the start of the Six Nations after being ruled out for eight weeks
Two tries from George North cannot prevent Australia from coming out on top in a thrilling finale to November internationals
Gareth Steenson has warned that Premiership play-off contenders Exeter are ready to “push on and achieve more” after positioning themselves strongly for domestic and European success.
Anxiang Du accused of killing a Manchester Metropolitan University lecturer, his wife and their two daughters
England's coach needs a settled spine to his team for the coming challenge but questions remain over the No 9
Amidst a storm of controversy, Northampton lost their unbeaten Aviva Premiership record to the last kick of the game. Having snatched the lead only three minutes earlier, the Midland club stood and watched as Billy Twelvetrees kicked the 39-metre penalty goal which gave Gloucester their first win of the season.
Sky Blues have begun their Leagie One campaign at Northampton's Sixfields Stadium after Ricoh dispute
The now world-famous 'Northampton Clown' told a local newspaper that his appearances around the town were 'a bit of harmless fun'
Law changes will need time to bed in before any further tinkering, says Exeter coach
Conor O'Shea and his fellow members of the Harlequins hierarchy were not exactly in party mood when they lost the prop James Johnston to Saracens at the end of last season: they knew instantly that, without the supersized Samoan's scrummaging strength, their chances of regaining the Premiership title over the next eight months would be less than brilliant.
When Michael Heseltine invited the All-Party Gardening Group to visit the arboretum and garden he had developed at his Northamptonshire home, he exclaimed to us, "No one in 150 years' time will care about what the deputy prime minister did or did not do in the 1990s. But they might ask themselves, 'Who created this garden?'"
A boom year for Twenty20 cricket reaches its climax with a 25,000 full house expected at Edgbaston today, following on the heels of a 76 per cent increase in overall attendances compared with 2012.
The identity of the buyer is unknown, although believed to be a real estate firm