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Top 5 places to go running within Liverpool

With the UK now into their third lockdown and with gyms one of the many things now closed, people are sure to be taking to running and home excercise again like they did in March when the first lockdown...
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Mossley Hill tennis coach, Mark Thomas, reflects on Coronavirus’ impact on tennis

Merseyside tennis club, Mossley Hill, is the latest sports club to criticise the government's restrictions on physical exercise due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Mossley Hill coach, Mark Thomas, believes tennis should be allowed to continue as ‘you couldn't be more...

Liverpool defender Andy Robertson launches new charity ‘AR26’

Liverpool and Scotland international Andy Robertson has launched his new Charity 'AR26' -targeting children specifically from socially-deprived areas. The 26-year-old full back originally from Glasgow aims to aid children and young people regardless of their gender, race or background. Robertson, who...

Football Manager 21: Merseyside’s top 10 youth prospects

Today, aspiring managers all over Merseyside finally have access to Football Manager 21. And with it comes the chance to take the helm at Merseyside's top clubs, as Merseysportlive's Tom Barnes finds out

Up to 4,000 fans allowed to return to stadiums in England

A maximum of 4,000 fans will be allowed back into stadiums in the lowest-risk areas when the current lockdown ends on December 2, Boris Johnson announces.

Jack Hazlehurst: The challenges of Non-League football during Covid-19

Whilst those in the elite tiers of football sit behind the walls of their state-of-the-art homes after a ‘hard’ training session, those involved in Non-League football are not so fortunate at this precarious time. The idea of football being a...
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Top five giant killings in the FA Cup

Eighth-tier Marine AFC secured passageway to the second round of the FA Cup, after beating League Two Colchester on penalties. This result marks the first time in 28 years that Marine have got this far in the competition, which is...

Merseyside Nighthawks American Football team launches campaign to stay afloat

The second national lockdown is another kick in the teeth for local sports. Will action return to the field soon - and how will less high profile sports survive? Merseyside Nighthawks talk to Merseysportlive reporter Will Feaver.

Cheshire Phoenix lose against rivals Manchester Giants

It was a basketball derby day that had it all in this North West clash. And despite a resilient performance in the final quarter from Cheshire Phoenix, Manchester Giants stood firm and came out on top in a nail-biting encounter. The...

Prescot boss Craig Davies reveals how Lockdown 2 will affect Cables season

"Football suffers, fans can't go to games, socialise etc but we have to remember the virus is still having a massive impact on people's, communities and livelihoods."