The Women’s World Cup Final is set to take place on Sunday, July 7 in Lyon, with the USA and Holland going head to head to lift the prestigious trophy.
The Irish Open is now in full swing – if you can pardon the pun – and after the first round, it is local boy Padraig Harrington who leads the pack by one. Followed by a plethora of European talent, including the likes of Olesen, Paisley, Lorenzo-Vera and more.
If we want to go back to the last time that England reached a World Cup semi-final we have to go all the way back to 1992. For England to change that they needed to defeat New Zealand at Chester-le-Street. England came into the game with a lot of momentum after winning their last two games.
Wimbledon is well and truly in full swing now, with the tournament now into Day 5. So far, there have been thrills and plenty of shocks, and Day 4 provided tennis fans around the world with some epic entertainment once again.
Coco Gauff managed to shock the world when she beat her idol and five-time Wimbledon champion Venus Williams in the first round, and now her fairy tale debut at Wimbledon has continued, with the 15 year old managing to beat Magdalena Rybarikova 6-3 6-3 on Court One in the second round.