I’m never quite sure what to make of the Race To Dubai. Golfers certainly don’t target becoming European Number One at the start of any particular season. Even when we get down to the business end of a campaign, it’s rare to see a world-ranked top 10 golfer change their schedule to play in additional tournaments to boost their chances of ending the term as the continent’s best performer.
The city of Belfast will come to a standstill on Saturday night when local hero Carl Frampton enters the ring for his first fight on home turf in two and a half long years.
Headlining a stacked card at the SSE Arena, ‘The Jackal’ takes on Mexican Horacio Garcia in a ten-rounder. Our boxing odds expert Adrian Clarke tells us what to expect…
Daniel Corbett’s Blackpool GUKPT Main Event victory last weekend makes him the latest in a long line of GUKPT winners who managed to be in for the min and win the max with online satellites on grosvenorpoker.com
This isn’t Daniel first poker success. He reached the final table in this very event in 2011 – taking away £14,000, won a 25/25 leg in Manchester in 2015 – netting £17,000 and came 10th in the 2016 Goliath – with winnings of £6,400. A regular Vegas visitor, last week was Daniel’s time to shine.
There are two words I can think of which instantly help Arsenal fans pick themselves up from the grim, but ever-increasing, prospect of losing contract rebels Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez; those two words are Nabil Fekir.
Should the incoming winds of change blow Lyon’s playmaker in the direction of the Emirates Stadium – a £60million forecast many well-respected journalists are predicting – then I’m confident any mourning process would be pretty short-lived.
For Fekir would be the snuggest of snug fits in a Gunners side that seems to be craving a sense of fresh direction.
Adrian Clarke, football betting expert and ex-Arsenal player, mulls over the prospect of the Gunners’ upcoming signing…