Rugby World Cup 2019: Japan-Scotland clash given go-ahead by organisers despite destruction caused by Typhoon Hagibis
Japan and Scotland were set to meet in a crunch Rugby World Cup clash on Sunday after getting the late go-ahead despite chaos caused by Typhoon Hagibis, which claimed at least 20 lives.
Rugby World Cup 2019: World Rugby slams Scotland's legal threat over possible cancellation of Japan clash due to Typhoon Hagibis
World Rugby slammed Scotland over a "disappointing" threat of legal action on Friday as tempers flared over fears their pivotal game with World Cup hosts Japan will be cancelled because of a typhoon.
Rugby World Cup 2019: Scotland coach hopes organisers do ‘all they can’ to make Japan clash happen despite typhoon
Scotland coach Gregor Townsend has urged World Cup chiefs "to do all they can" to make sure his side's must-win match against Japan is played as an incoming super typhoon threatens to end their campaign.
Rugby World Cup 2019: Adam Hastings shines in Scotland's win over Russia; Scots to face Japan next for quarter-final spot
Scotland coach Gregor Townsend had no option but to rest the likes of big guns Greig Laidlaw, Finn Russell, and Johnny Gray, with only a four-day turnover before the game against Japan on Sunday
Rugby World Cup 2019: Scotland beat Samoa 34-0 to earn bonus point and keep hopes alive in tight Pool A
Scotland revived their Rugby World Cup campaign with a decisive 34-0 win over Samoa in Kobe on Monday that saw the Pacific islanders finish a man down.
UK Supreme Court to rule on 'legality' of Boris Johnson's parliament suspension today in run-up to scheduled 31 October Brexit deadline
The Supreme Court will decide on Tuesday on whether British Prime Minister Boris Johnson acted unlawfully in shutting down parliament in the run-up to the country's scheduled EU exit next month
Rugby World Cup 2019: Injuries force Ireland to make slew of changes ahead of tournament opener against Scotland
Ireland coach Joe Schmidt said that he had complete faith in his new-look backline as the players were eager to impress and now have that opportunity
EU lawmakers, UK Supreme Court slam Boris Johnson for failing to negotiate Brexit, call PM 'father of lies'
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been accused by European Union officials of failing to negotiate seriously and branded the 'father of lies' by a lawyer in the UK Supreme Court
Weeks before Brexit, UK Supreme Court begins hearing on Boris Johnson's suspension of British Parliament
British prime minister Boris Johnson sent lawmakers home on 9 September until 14 October, which is barely two weeks before the scheduled 31 October Brexit day
While the Ahmed brothers, Irfan and Nadeem were banned for life, their Hong Kong teammate Haseeb Amjad also received a ban for five years for match-fixing
Euro T20 Slam postponed to 2020 just two weeks before due start, organisers needed 'necessary breathing space'
The inaugural Euro T20 Slam, a competition due to feature six city franchises based in Ireland, Scotland and the Netherlands, was postponed on Wednesday, just two weeks before it was due to start.
Champions League: Scottish giants Celtic frustrated after latest defeat in qualifying rounds, rue loss of significant funds
After letting go of some of their player for record transfer fees, Celtic failed to replenish its depleted squad which reflected in their defeat to CFR Cluj
Thailand beat Netherlands by eight wickets to create world record for most successive women’s T20I wins
In the fifth match of an ongoing quadrangular series in the Netherlands on Saturday, Thailand ripped through the host nation to bundle them out for 54, before running down the target in eight overs, with as many wickets in hand.
Champions League: Scottish champions Celtic beat Nomme Kalju to enter third qualifying round; PSV Eindhoven crash out
Celtic won 2-0 in Tallinn on Tuesday night to complete a 7-0 aggregate Champions League qualifying victory over Estonian champions Nomme Kalju.
Administrative blunder by India's Squash Federation proves costly for players, denies chance to participate in World Championships
The Indian men's squash team could have participated in the World Championships in Washington but the SRFI didn't move to get timely clearance from the SAI
In May, the UK set a record of going two weeks without using any carbon emission heavy resources.
Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships: Pakistan team pulls out of tournament in India due to visa issues
The final list of nations that are competing here include Australia, Bangladesh, Cyprus, England, Malaysia, India, Sri Lanka, Nigeria, Scotland, South Africa, Singapore and Wales.
Euro T20 Slam 2019: Dale Steyn, Martin Guptill among other international stars sign for league's inaugural edition
Dale Steyn who was ruled out of the world cup due to an injury without playing a game has been signed as a marquee player for the Euro T20 Slam
FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: Ellen White leads England to victory against Japan; Scotland crash out after draw against Argentina
Two goals by Ellen White saw England beat Japan 2-0 and secure top spot in their group at the women's World Cup on Wednesday, but Scotland were eliminated from the tournament in dramatic, heartbreaking fashion.
Queen's Club Championships 2019: Nick Kyrgios welcomes Andy Murray's return to tennis, says won't partner him in doubles
Australian Nick Kyrgios has welcomed Andy Murray’s return to tennis after hip surgery but says he won't partner Murray in doubles