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Salford Red Devils VS St Helens

Salford Red Devils suffered a disappointing defeat at home to St Helens at the AJ Bell Stadium tonight. Tries from Percival, Lomax, Grace and two from James Roby inflicts Salford’s second Super League defeat of the season who were unable to turn good possession into any form of potent attack. It was a lively start to the game with both teams looking well up for the tie, however it was St Helens who struck first through Mark Percival and successfully converted by Lachlan Coote making it 6-0. Two tries just before the half time break made it 16-0 to the away team with the Red Devils struggling to create any clear cut chances and breakdown the tough Saints defence. The home side began the secon

BASKETBALL: GB thrash Cyprus to keep EuroBasket dream alive

Great Britain’s basketballers moved one step closer to the 2021 EuroBasket Qualifiers after a convincing 84-47 victory over Cyprus in Belle Vue last night. Myles Hesson led the way for the hosts in front of a noisy crowd – scoring 18 points. He was supported well by Ovie Soko and Andrew Lawrence (11 points). Dan Clark and his team put in an impressive performance, dominating large periods of the game, looking good in both attack and defence. They finished the opening quarter with a 12-point lead and never looked back as they did nothing but extend their lead to put the Cypriots out of sight. Another stellar period meant that they took a 21-point lead into the half-time interval with the scor

Bastille at Manchester’s O2 Victoria Warehouse (Still Avoiding Tomorrow Tour).

It seems like an age since I obtained tickets for Bastille but finally the day came, on the 3rd of February, and accompanied by two friends we finally witnessed their show at Manchester’s O2 Victoria Warehouse. Bastille took to the stage with a very personal set ahead of the release of their 3rd album, Dooms Days. Supporting acts included Moss Kena and Lewis Capaldi. Lewis Capaldi is one to watch as he says, “If you like fat guys singing sad songs, you’re in for a treat” – capturing the crowd into his powerfully sad songs but funny personality as his talk led his set and made the crowd appreciate his lyrics. When Bastille finally took to the stage, they were covered behind a white sheet so

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