Just a quick note that there is now a page which is about the season, where we will review the goings on, and that page is under football.
I am pleased to announce that we have a new page, which is a special reports page, on the forthcoming FIFA presidential election. Enjoy that page, and look out for more special report pages in the future.
The election is on 1st June, where current chief Sepp Blatter will face Mohammed Bin Hammam.
We will be keeping you up to date on all the latest goings on, as the most powerful man in football is elected.
I am very pleased to announce that I have a new chief football correspondent, called Joe Caton, who will be taking over that page. He will be doing regular articles on the sport, as well as analysing and discussing the regular talking points of football. Joe is an avid supporter of Leeds United, and is taking a keen interest in the race for promotion in the Championship. You can see his first article very shortly, as he discusses the race for promotion in the championship, which will go alongside my article, which looks at the extremely tight relegation battle in the Premier League.
Joe is a welcome addition to the site, and look forward to his articles,
Daniel Daykin (Site Manager)
This site has been up and running for a week now, and it has come to my attention that it is a bit messy.
You may notice that there are pages on the top of the site for the five sports we are currently covering (though this is expanding soon) and we are going to start posting articles in the sport that it is linked with, and just have general info on this homepage.
So the articles currently on here are moving shortly.
If you have any comments, please go to the contact us page!
Daniel Daykin (Site manager)
The draw for the first round of the Snooker World Championship has been made, resulting in holder Neil Robertson taking on American young gun Judd Trump.
DRAW IN FULL
Jamie Cope v Andrew Pagett
Ding Junhui v Jamie Burnett
John Higgins v Stephen Lee
Neil Robertson v Judd Trump
Mark Allen v Matthew Stevens
Ricky Walden v Rory McLeod
Mark Williams v Ryan Day
Stephen Maguire v Barry Hawkins
Ronnie O'Sullivan v Dominic Dale
Shaun Murphy v Marcus Campbell
Graeme Dott v Mark King
Stephen Hendry v Joe Perry
Ali Carter v Dave Harold
Peter Ebdon v Stuart Bingham
Mark Selby v Jimmy Robertson
Marco Fu v Martin Gould
The tournament begins on 16th April 2011, and runs until 2nd May.
The draw for the next round of the Carneige Challenge Cup has seen holders Warrington Wolves pitted against minnows Keighley Cougars.
Wigan Warriors face Barrow Raiders, while St Helens face Sheffield Eagles, and the Batley Bulldogs are at home to Huddersfield Giants. Last year's runners-up Leeds Rhinos are involved in the only all Super League tie, as they take on Crusaders. Castleford are away to Rochdale, while Harlequins have Gateshead, and Bradford will take on Halifax.
DRAW IN FULL
St Helens v Sheffield Eagles
York City Knights v Hull KR
Featherstone Rovers v Lezignan
London Skolars v Widnes Vikings
Leigh Centurions v Catalans Dragons
Wigan Warriors v Barrow Raiders
Leeds Rhinos v Crusaders RL
Batley Bulldogs v Huddersfield Giants
Dewsbury Rams v Swinton Lions
Halifax v Bradford Bulls
Hunslet Hawks v Salford City Reds
Rochdale Hornets v Castleford Tigers
Gateshead Thunder v Harlequins
Warrington v Keighley Cougars
Hull FC v Oldham
Doncaster v Wakefield Trinity Wildcats
England have won the six nations for the first time in eight years despite a disappointing 24-8 defeat to Ireland in their final game.
Wales had a chance to be champions but lost to France 28-9, meaning England became champions.
Jamie Foster was the star man as St Helens ran rampant with a 16-30 victory over arch rivals Leeds Rhinos at Headingley.
Foster, who was making his first start of the season in Centre, scored two tires and kicked five goals, earning him the Man of the Match award. His first try was after 21 minutes, which he converted. Keith Senior set up Ryan Hall to equalise shortly after, and the hosts took the lead in the second half.
However, after inspiring performances from Foster and Lomax, St Helens went on to record their third victory of the season.
A strong performance from Scotland against Italy in their final game against Italy of the six nations has seen them finish 5th place, off the bottom, meaning that once again the Italians prop up the final table.
Scotland narrowly lost to France on day 1, and were comprehensively beaten by Ireland and Wales. They gave England a good game, and now have finally won, defeating Italy 21-8.
Italy lost their first three to Ireland, England and Wales, but then recorded a sensational victory over champions France in a nail-biting 22-21 result.
With still two games to go of the 2011 RBS Six nations, it's between Wales and England, with the English in pole position. They only need to draw or win against Ireland to become champions, while Wales have to win comprehensively against France and hope England lose to be champions.
So, after much planning, this website is finally up and running.
If you follow this site, you will be able to find all the latest sports news, analysis, opinion and evaluation. We will be covering all the big events of the sporting world, as well as keeping you up to date with our own personal sporting ventures.
So thankyou for reading, and enjoy the site,
Daniel Daykin (site editor)