Merseyside's Michael Smith, Stephen Bunting and Dave Chisnall are all gearing up for the biggest darts tournament of the year - the World Championships. This year they will be joined by a fourth player from Liverpool - young Lewy Williams who will be competing in his "Ally Pally" championship.
Liverpool John Moores gaelic football team defeated Saint Brendan's in Manchester to remain undefeated after four games. In a low-scoring affair, LJMU battled hard in tough conditions to see them past the current All-British champions.
Latvian Vlads Vulkanov bagged himself a hat-trick and an assist to help secure a 7-2 victory for Widnes Wild at Planet Ice. Widnes returned to winning ways with an excellent showing against a struggling Nottingham Lions side.
Championship rivals Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen will head into the final race of the F1 season equal on points after a dramatic Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.
Widnes Wild player-coach Richard Haggar believes his side will take a lot of lessons away from their shootout loss to the Solway Sharks. "For me, I’m happy with the performance," Haggar said.
Michael Smith is looking ahead to the PDC World Championships at the Ally Pally next month after his impressive run in the Grand Slam. The Merseyside player looked strong throughout the tournament before his eventual semi-final defeat to world number two, Peter Wright.
It’s an all-Liverpool affair in the North West Universities Gaelic Football League on Saturday when University of Liverpool make a short trip to Greenbank Park to face Liverpool John Moores University.
Merseyside's Michael Smith overcame a spirited comeback from Joe Davis to beat him 5-3 and make it three wins in a row at the Grand Slam of Darts. Smith, from St Helens, was far from his best but had enough...