Wed 21 Apr 2021
WHEN Phil Tranter lost most of his sight due to diabetes more than ten years ago, his life was turned upside down.
By David Beddows on Wed 21 Apr 2021
AN appeal is being made for information about a recently unearthed old football medal.
By David Beddows on Thu 15 Apr 2021
FANCY getting fitter now lockdown is lifting?
By David Beddows on Wed 07 Apr 2021
A WATER polo club is planning for better times in the pool thanks to a vital cash injection.
From humble beginnings in Rawmarsh, George Littlewood went on to become an elite endurance athlete, breaking through the pain barrier to clock up breathtaking distances in events on both sides of the Atlantic. DAVID BEDDOWS looks at the history of a remarkable 'professional pedestrian'.
By David Beddows on Thu 01 Apr 2021
A GROUP of volunteers are raising cash to have the headstone of a famous sporting star of the past re-erected.
ROTHERHAM Golf Club's Ben Schmidt has been named in the 2021 Walker Cup team.
By David Beddows on Tue 30 Mar 2021
LOCAL cricketers are holding their breath that the new season bowls in on time next month as the country embarks on the first stage out of lockdown
By David Beddows on Mon 29 Mar 2021
FORGET the bright lights of London. Rotherham will always be home for Dave Coldwell.
By David Beddows on Tue 23 Mar 2021
A NEW life thousands of miles from home in a strange place can be testing at the best of times.
By David Beddows on Wed 17 Mar 2021
A FUND-RAISING campaign has been launched after a popular skating venue announced it is to shut down.
By David Beddows on Tue 16 Mar 2021
BETTER health and fitness could soon be at the fingertips of school kids thanks to a new app from a Rotherham Titans player.
By David Beddows on Fri 12 Mar 2021
ROTHERHAM United Women don't expect to kick another ball this season despite their league still having not made a call on whether to play on.
THE final whistle looks close to being blown on competitive action for hundreds of Rotherham's younger junior footballers.
ROTHERHAM Titans are hopeful they will be able to welcome spectators back to Clifton Lane when action resumes in the autumn.
By David Beddows on Thu 04 Mar 2021
THE decision to blow the whistle on the Saturday amateur football season has been backed by Rotherham's three highest ranked clubs.
CRICKET officials are cautiously optimistic that a full programme of spring and summer matches can be played, barring any further bouncer from the pandemic.