Extra time proved a healer for England as Fara Williams scores in Extra time. The FA
Spain's Garbine Muguruza's takes out Germany's Angelique Kerber in three sets, Wozniacki through
Alex Peters from England shot a course record equalling second round of nine under par 63 to lead the ISPS HANDA Ladies European Masters at Buckinghamshire Golf Club on Friday.
The match of the tournament so far, British Number 1 Heather Watson had the game of her life out on Centre Court. Sharapova also through
It is hard to imagine there ever being a crueller end to a semi-final on the world stage than England’s last-gasp defeat against Japan in Edmonton. FIFA
The 32-year-old from Valence ended the day ahead of South African Ashleigh Simon, Italian Sophie Sandolo, Josephine Janson of Sweden and Nontaya Srisawang from Thailand.
Fellow forward Aluko was only on the substitute’s bench, but says the shock hit the whole squad.
They say that things come in threes and women's football seems to be no exception. While Japan overcame USA in the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup™ final, the Americans got their own back to take gold at the 2012 Olympics.
Ladies are out in force today with top seed Serena Williams up against Brit favourite Heather Watson, Azarenka, Stosur and Sharapova all making an appearance.
The star defender has been part of Australia’s last two triumphant Netball World Cup campaigns (2007, 2011)
Defending Champion Petra Kvitova wiped the floor, the Japanese had no answer as Petra roared back to break her. Kuznetsova out.
England head coach Mark Sampson wasted no time in branding Laura Bassett a hero followingher last-minute World Cup heartbreak.
Laura Bassett scored an own goal in added-time as England Women were denied a place in the World Cup final in the cruellest fashion.
Britain's Heather Watson storms ahead in straight sets, Sam Stosur, Yanina Wickmayer and Madison Keys all through on Day 3
After making history against Canada on Saturday, England Women are now in Edmonton preparing for their biggest-ever match – a World Cup semi-final against the reigning champions.
The contest was marked by a costly spot-kick failure from Celia Sasic, while Lloyd tucked away her penalty a few minutes later
Defending Champ Petra Kvitova swept aside Bertens 6-1 6-0, Bouchard and Halep both out
18 year-old Bencic came through the final in Eastbourne recording a 6-4, 4-6, 6-0 victory over the world No.13.
The victory sealed a semi-final spot for the first-ever time. The FA
Head Coach Tracey Neville and the national selectors have chosen a team that is brimming with experience and versatility. They have also revealed who will be leading the team when the tournament gets underway.
After losing the last two Grand Finals, the Queensland Firebirds made it third time lucky. There was more heartbreak for the Swifts Susan Pettit when, despite a stellar season capped by a magnificent Grand Final performance during which she netted 26 goals from 28 attempts, she was overlooked for the Australian team plus more
Home stars Melissa Reid, Charley Hull and Dame Laura Davies are getting ready to kick off next week’s ISPS HANDA Ladies European Masters at the Buckinghamshire Golf Club, from July 2-5.
“I think that we are very deep in our pitching,” Natalie Hernandez said about the Bandits staff. “We can put anyone out there and we know that we will be in it every single game.”
The Sunshine Girls, ranked fourth in the world, are in Pool B alongside England, Scotland and Samoa.
The Australian Diamonds selectors have named an experienced and versatile team for Netball World Cup SYDNEY 2015.
Goals by Houghton and Bronze put England through