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MATCH REPORT: Warwickshire vs Durham (Royal London One Day Cup)

Cricket correspondent, Oli Lathrope, reports from Edgbaston where Warwickshire suffered their first defeat of this year’s One Day Cup campaign, losing by 72 runs to Durham. A wonderful innings of 139 from Keaton Jennings inspired Durham to 2 73 run win over Warwickshire on bank holiday Monday at Edgbaston today. Due to overnight rain the match …Read More


Premier League Darts Visits Birmingham

Premier League Darts: Michael van Gerwen and Peter Wright Secure Playoff Places in Birmingham Birmingham’s Barclaycard arena week hosted week 13 of the premier league darts calendar on Thursday, where both Michael van Gerwen and Peter Wright secured playoff places with two rounds left to go. The Dutchman got off to a difficult start, having …Read More


AS IT HAPPENED: Warwickshire vs Durham (Royal London One Day Cup)

Follow Burn FM’s Sport’s live blog as Warwickshire play host to Durham for their first home game of the Royal London One Day Cup 2017 competition. As reigning champions, how will the Bears get on today? Durham posted 313/5 from their 39 overs. England’s Keaton Jennings hit 139 off 101 balls for Durham, including 21 …Read More


Royal London One Day Cup Preview

Are you ready for another amazing season of Cricket? White ball cricket gets underway tomorrow with the return of the Royal London One Day Cup, with the Warwickshire Bears looking to retain their crown after a thumping win over Surrey last September at Lords. The tournament typically held throughout the summer, has a different setting …Read More


Warwickshire v Surrey County Cricket

County Cricket Season is finally here! On an overcast, chilly Monday morning, Warwickshire managed to stop the rot of defeats with some mature batting which forced Gareth Batty to reluctantly shake hands with Ian Bell on a draw. Surrey will be disappointed to have only taken 4 wickets in the day but remain unbeaten this …Read More


Judgment Day V

One Giant stumbles as David emerges triumphant and one dragon emerges from a tough arm wrestle. Cardiff Blues vs Ospreys The Ospreys came to the Principality looking to continue their quest to get a top 2 spot in the Guinness Pro 12 to guarantee themselves a home semi final place. Cardiff Blues, treating the occasion …Read More


The Final Cut – Who Made It and Who Didn’t

Well folks, the wait is over we now know our squad. Larger than I predicted of 41 rather than 37 but nonetheless in the main a good squad. Below is the list of backs and forwards that were selected by Warren Gatland and his coaching staff: Forwards: Props: Joe Marler (ENG), Mako Vunipola (ENG), Jack …Read More


British and Irish Rugby Squad: Who’s in and Who’s out

Who’s in and who’s out? Morgan Roberts picks his squad of 37 forwards and backs to be included in the British and Irish Lions Squad, one week before the official Squad Announcement on 19th April 2017. After the latest round of the European Champions and Challenge Cup rounds and of course with the end of …Read More


The Masters 2017: The Contenders

With so many contenders its all to play for in the Masters 2017 This Thursday we welcome back one the greatest events on sports annual calendar: The Masters. Augusta National will again host around 100 of the world’s best golfers to battle it out across 4 days, 72 holes, 7435 yards, avoiding the 44 bunkers, all …Read More


T20 Franchises – Good or Bad?

Is there a future for County Cricket? To say that County Cricket is not exactly thriving at the moment would be an understatement. Dwindling crowds and a lack of exposure are all threatening the future of the county game. Over the last two days I have been watching Gloucestershire compete against Durham MCCU in both …Read More