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  • Huge crash puts youngster on top



    MAX VERSTAPPEN took advantage of a jaw-dropping first-lap collision between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg to become Formula One’s youngest-ever Spanish Grand Prix winner.
    Eighteen-year-old Verstappen showed maturity beyond his tender years on his Red Bull debut to fend off...

    Thursday 1st Jan 1970

    posted by Morning Star in Sport

  • Toon wave goodbye to PL by drubbing Tottenham


    Newcastle 5-1 Spurs

    Thursday 1st Jan 1970

    posted by Morning Star in Sport

  • Old Trafford cleared by suspect package


    MANCHESTER UNITED’S final home game of the season against Bournemouth was abandoned yesterday after the discovery of a suspect package inside Old Trafford. Bomb disposal experts carried out a controlled explosion on the “suspicious device,” Greater Manchester Police said....

    Thursday 1st Jan 1970

    posted by Morning Star in Sport

  • Weekend Results


    Premier League
    Arsenal 40 Aston Villa
    Chelsea 11 Leicester City
    Everton 30 Norwich City
    Newcastle 51 Tottenham Hotspur
    Southampton 41 Crystal Palace
    Stoke City 21 West Ham United
    Swansea City 11 Manchester City
    Watford 22 Sunderland
    West...

    Thursday 1st Jan 1970

    posted by Morning Star in Sport

  • Villa complete season of collapse with another loss


    A LITTLE under a year ago these two sides met in the FA Cup final. This season one club achieved their highest league finish in 11 years and the other has gone backwards.
    Aston Villa have been on a downward spiral since that day at Wembley and their campaign has been nothing short of...

    Thursday 1st Jan 1970

    posted by Morning Star in Sport

  • Women’s K1 trio claim European gold


    The women’s K1 trio claimed European Championships gold in the team event as Great Britain ended the Liptovsky tournament with a four-medal haul.
    Britain’s Fiona Pennie, Lizzie Neave and Kimberley Woods produced a near-flawless performance to leave second-placed Germany...

    Thursday 1st Jan 1970

    posted by Morning Star in Sport

  • Quay get first shot at Europa


    Gap Connah’s Quay secured their first ever taste of Europa League football after Wes Baynes’ scrappy goal 10 minutes from time was enough to overcome Airbus UK 1-0 in the play-off final.
    The win also guarantees the Deeside club at least €200,000 in prize money for...

    Thursday 1st Jan 1970

    posted by Morning Star in Sport

  • Carr puts Edinburgh into League Two


    A penalty from Dougie Carr ensured that Edinburgh City won 1-0 at East Stirling, sealed a 2-1 aggregate victory and made history by becoming the first club to win promotion to the Scottish League Two through the pyramid system.
    The Meadowbank Stadium based club qualified for the promotion...

    Thursday 1st Jan 1970

    posted by Morning Star in Sport

  • Dundalk take four-point lead


    Reigning champions Dundalk thrashed Finn Harps 7-0 and still lead the League of Ireland by four points from Cork, who came from behind to beat Derry 2-1 thanks to Kenny Browne’s injury time winner.
    Longford remain bottom despite drawing 3-3 at St Patrick’s, Galway won 2-1 in...

    Thursday 1st Jan 1970

    posted by Morning Star in Sport

  • Chelsea not mourning loss


    Hayes: We’re keeping our eyes on the bigger picture

    Thursday 1st Jan 1970

    posted by Kadeem Simmonds in Sport


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