Almanac Rugby League – Where I find my heaven: The 2016 NRL Grand Final

Cronulla Sharks fanatic Andy Frame watched the 2016 NRL Grand Final from London – so far away physically yet so close emotionally when you’re chasing your first premiership.

The Ashes 2019 – First Test: Five days of glorious madness

A ripping ‘Boys on Tour’ yarn from the self-depracating Kieran Fernandez as he and his posse lob at the Edgbaston Test. [I feel hungover just reading this – JTH]

2019 Cricket World Cup – Australia v Sri Lanka: Not pretty, but it does the trick

Australia continued their World Cup campaign with another imperfect win against Sri Lanka, as Sean Mortell details the problems the Aussies need to fix if they are to go deep into the tournament

Almanac Golf: Golf Capital – Spieth flying, Perth debuts new format

Catch up with the latest golfing news from across the globe including Tiger Woods and his injury concerns.

The Ashes 2015 – Fifth Test, Day 1: Wish you were here

There is something so very English about the Oval and its neighbouring gasometers. Like HP Sauce, the Royal Albert Hall, Vauxhalls, Blur and Pink Floyd.

The Ashes 2015 – Second Test, Day 4: ‘This is…God’

Sean Mortell wraps up the Second Test. He’s in good form, just like the Aussies.

The Ashes 2015 – Second Test, Day 3: English curators, how to produce your own death

Sean Mortell gives us cause to relive the Lord’s Test with this review of Day 3. It’s like receiving a postcard from that holiday you know to be finished. Loses nothing in the telling (“…maybe a fired up Johnson is the cream on top of the marvellous pavlova…”)

The Ashes 2015 – Second Test, Day Two: As Stevie as can be

Sean Mortell takes us back to Day 2 of the Second Test at Lords, a day which belonged to the Aussies and in particular Steve Smith.

The Ashes 2015 – Second Test, Day 1: For England, life’s a pitch

Sean Mortell takes us back to Thursday night and reminds us that the Australians have gone from rotting carcass to a crack batting side

London: Good Service on the Piccadilly Line

Mickey Randall is a terrific observer. He was recently in London, again.

Open sewage: the need for a people person’s plan

Can the 1854 fatal cholera outbreak in London Town inform the AFL in 2014? David Wilson searches for signs of enlightenment and epidemiology.

New London Olympic Logo

In light of recent developments, the marketing team for the London Olympics have rethought their apporoach.