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When Predator Turns Prey

Chobe National Park

Botswana

June 9, 2016

9:30 am

Game drives are usually scheduled at godawful hours of five in the morning and then again at a more civilized hour in the evening just before sunset. 1,001 more words

Africa

Women's Sports Column 4-10 June

Lots to get through again this week, so let’s crack on.  There seem to be a lot of medical stories this week – some good, some bad.   2,226 more words

Women's Sport

News: Walker Secures England Win

Claudia Walker scored her first goal for the England U-23s against Sweden yesterday in the Nordic Tournament.

Her first-half strike proved to be decisive as the Lionesses held on for a 1-0 victory at St George’s Park. 205 more words

Karan Gadhia

News: England Call For Blue Girls

Claudia Walker and Millie Turner have been called up into the England U-23 squad for the Nordic Tournament.

The Everton duo have been in fine form this season helping Andy Spence’s side to start the campaign unbeaten. 100 more words

Karan Gadhia

Chelsea and Manchester City pull ahead of Arsenal in the WSL title race

Featured image courtesy of the FA.

It’s already looking like a two horse race for the Women’s Super League title, with Manchester City Women and… 411 more words

Opinion: Belgium draw serves as a wake up call for Mark Sampson

There was a stunned silence around the New York Stadium on Friday night as Janice Cayman capitalised on a Karen Bardsley error to put Belgium ahead on 18 minutes. 911 more words

England

Reaction: "It's an honour"

Gabby George celebrated captaining the England Under-19s for the first time by scoring the winner against Austria today.

The Everton defender scored the only goal in the opening Euro Elite Qualifying Round match just past the half-hour mark after being on the receiving end of a cross from a free-kick. 234 more words

Karan Gadhia