Milton Keynes-based GB Badminton say they're "staggered" by UK Sport's decision to cut their funding.Read the full story ›
Former Northampton Saints player Phil Dowson will return to the club as a coach next season.Read the full story ›
Former Essex fast bowler Tymal Mills will play in this year's Indian Premier League, after being bought for £1.4m.Read the full story ›
Former Australia lock forward, who also played for Northampton and Cambridge University, dies aged 37Read the full story ›
Ex PE teachers Danny and Nicky make history with non-league Lincoln CityRead the full story ›
Praise from Fitzwimarc School staff and students for Lincoln's Danny and Nicky CowleyRead the full story ›
We look ahead to the weekend's games in the EFL, where Luton Town will be hoping to close the gap on the leaders in League Two.Read the full story ›
Northamptonshire-based Formula One team Mercedes has appointed James Allison as its new Technical Director.
The 48-year-old was part of title-winning teams Ferrari and Renault in the past, and will start work on March 1.
Allison will help fill the void left by Paddy Lowe who was placed on gardening leave in January ahead of a proposed move to Williams.
I am very excited to be getting back to work after this time away from the sport.
It's a massive privilege to be given the trust of a position in a team that has done so spectacularly well in the past three seasons. I am really looking forward to playing my part in helping Mercedes go from strength to strength in the coming years.
Northampton Saints have announced that Chief Executive Allan Robson will be retiring at the end of the season.
Robson has been at Franklin’s Gardens for nearly two decades, joining as commercial director in 2000 and then stepping up to chief executive in 2006.
It has been a rollercoaster ride at times and while the successes we have had on and off the pitch have been enjoyable, I am also very proud of the way we have come through the low points, too, which have given us the strength to make us the club we are today.
“The Saints supporters are second to none in their passion and desire for us to do well, and we have the best group of sponsors in the league. It has also been an exciting time to be a part of club rugby, which has grown dramatically over the past few seasons.
Northamptonshire will host a stage of the Women’s Tour cycling event for the fourth year this summer.Read the full story ›