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AGONY: James Haynes screams out as he twists his right knee in the fateful tackle in which he tore his anterior cruciate ligament during the second half of the Knights' win over OxfordPicture: Charles Peart (36644602)

Luckless York City Knights skipper vows to "come back stronger" as he awaits knee reconstruction

Liam Plunkett was Yorkshire's match-winner

Plunkett stars with bat and ball as Yorkshire reach last four

MATTHEW FISHER: Wants to step up to the plate

Fisher keen to take responsibility as Yorkshire eye last-four spot

Danny Cook has served a six-month ban

Cook looks to return with recipe for success at Sedgefield

Alex Lees, frustrated to miss out on a century against Sussex last week at Hove, keeps finding different ways to get out but is confident that Lady Luck will be smiling on him soon

Alex Lees column: Cricketing gods will go my way soon

CAN HE KICK IT: Antony Chilton, who will be back in Acorn's team tonight to hopefully bolster their kicking game

Acorn aim to make immediate amends in tonight's clash with Elland

WINNERS: York's Laura Campbell, left, who won GB mixed doubles gold, with Oliver Beadle. Also pictured are Aiden Leighton and Lucy Porteous Pictures: Tennis Foundation

Tennis: Golden time for York Tennisability

CRUCIAL: Neil Metcalfe's half-century helped to set up a last-over victory for Ovington over title-chasing Bishopthorpe in the HPH York Vale League

Bishops loss puts Cave on brink of title again

FLOORED: York City are left crestfallen by Marvin Emnes' third goal for Swansea. Picture: Simon Davies

Russ Wilcox bemoans "very harsh" result as York City go down 3-0 at Swansea

UNLUCKY: James Berrett saw a first-half chance hit the bar at Swansea.

York City go down 3-0 at Premier League Swansea


Toulouse poised to play in a restructured 'Super 8s-style' League One next year

Liam Plunkett says that Yorkshire are a proper team and can break fortress Chelmsford tomorrow

Plunkett: Yorkshire are ready to put on a show

SUPERB DISPLAY: Selby GC's Megan Garland

Golf: Hard work pays off for Megan Garland in British Amateur Strokeplay

TIGHT HOLD: Keith Lowe is hoping to get to grips with former club Swansea, as he did with Bradford City in the previous round of the Capital One Cup.

York City defender Keith Lowe wants knockout night at former club

DYER CONSEQUENCES: Swansea will be hoping their star-studded reserves, featuring Nathan Dyer (pictured above), can respond positively against Capital One Cup opponents York City.

Swansea to field £21million reserves against York City

Liberal Angel can  win again for trainer Burke at Catterick

Liberal Angel can win again for trainer Burke at Catterick

Silvestre de Sousa has the opportunity to tighten his grip on the jockeys' title

Eaves hoping for seaside success

WINNER: John Wells

Golf: Seven-up John Wells secures Forest Park Trophy

Jason Gillespie: Striving for perfection

Yorkshire challenged to go in pursuit of perfection

NO WAY THROUGH: David Lloyd 2 protegé Freddy Batchelor-Collins tries to pass the Heworth brick wall of David Hicks, left, and Jason May

Tennis: Leaders Poppleton see off York

Tennis: Duel to stay in division one

Darts: Bruce checkout helps Ox stampede to victory

HAPPIER TIMES: Lindon Meikle is welcomed to York City by former manager Nigel Worthington.

Lindon Meikle leaves York City

MAKING HIS POINT: Russ Wilcox feels his York City team can cause an upset at Swansea.

York City boss Russ Wilcox believes his team can cause a shock at Swansea

Haggas looks to Moon Eyes to extend his purple patch

Haggas looks to Moon Eyes to extend his purple patch

Andrew Gale with last year's LV County Championship Division One title. They only need 43 points from four matches to retain it

Yorkshire need 43 points to retain County Championship

Kriss Brining reaches over the whitewash to bag his 21st try of the seasonPicture: Charles Peart

"Not bad for a team tipped to finish eighth" - boss James Ford after York City Knights all but secure a play-off berth

Knights defenders, from left, Greg Minikin, Mark Applegarth and Kriss Brining team up to halt Hemel's Chris McNamaraPic: Charles Peart

York City Knights bounce back from midweek heartbreak to all but secure play-off berth with victory over Stags

Sussex's Michael Yardy scored a century for lowly Sussex

Yardy and Brown hold up Yorkshire

Gary Ballance made a century

Rain holds up Yorkshire at Hove

CLOSE CALL: Tadcaster's Nick Black is denied Picture: Keith Handley

Five star Tadcaster Albion go joint top of NCEL Premier after Brigg Town demolition

AGONY: Easingwold bowler John Skilbeck nearly takes the wicket of Clifton Alliance batsman John Gilham Picture: Nigel Holland

York Senior League: Sheriff Hutton Bridge return to the summit

CENTURION: York batsman Liam McKendry

Yorkshire League: Revenge is sweet as York Cricket Club go top

FINE DRIVE: Duncombe Park batsman James Skelton hits out against Clifton Alliance Picture: Richard Doughty

York Senior League: Selby promoted to division one


Rugby League: York Acorn put to the sword by Knights

TAKING NOTE: Russ Wilcox will be monitoring his players for fatigue ahead of Tuesday's Capital One Cup trip to Premier League Swansea.

York City boss Russ Wilcox considering changes for Swansea clash

NO PUSHOVERS: York City kept a second successive clean sheet during a 0-0 draw at Exeter. Recalled striker Jake Hyde is pictured getting a friendly shove from former City team-mate Bobby Olejnik. Picture: Simon Davies.

York City keep second successive clean sheet after 0-0 draw at Exeter

KEEPING FAITH: Nev Morrison, who has received backing from boss James Ford after his first half from hell against North Wales

"Time to show off our mental strength" - York City Knights boss ahead of Hemel Stags clash

GOOD CAUSE: Members of the York City charity squad and Bishopthorpe United line up together after their fund-raising fixture in aid of the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.

Charitable York City side lose to Bishopthorpe but Air Ambulance are real winners

Frankie Dettori celebrates his victory on Max Dynamite  at York yesterday

Warrior can win Ebor battle for Dettori

DAD: Alex Godfrey, left, celebrates his match-winning try as York City Knights beat Featherstone in a memorable 2004 Challenge Cup tie, despite having played most of the game a man down

City's Ben Godfrey a York sport chip off the old block

WELLING UP: An emotional Paul Mulrennan returns on Meccas Angel to the winner's enclosure after winning the Coolmore Nunthorpe Stakes

Boroughbridge jockey Paul Mulrennan cries tears of joy after Mecca's Angel wins Coolmore Nunthorpe Stakes at York Racecourse

BIG BEN: York City 17-year-old Ben Godfrey is ready for responsibility of senior football.

Ben Godfrey happy to give as good as he gets

FAMILIAR FOE: Bobby Olejnik, pictured in action for York City on his debut at Wycombe last season, will be out to thwart his old team at Exeter tomorrow.

Ex-York City keeper Bobby Olejnik targeting Exeter's first clean sheet since Easter

Gary Ballance made 98 not out

Gary tips the Ballance for Yorkshire

Former Tyke takes three wickets as Sussex fightback

Clever Cookie will bring the house down at Knavesmire if he wins

Clever cookie is smart bet for Lonsdale Cup

Yorkshire have left out leading wicket-taker Jack Brooks

Gale and Lees lead Yorkshire revival

TRADEMARK: Frankie Dettori celebrates his victory on Max Dynamite in the Weatherbys Hamilton Lonsdale Cup at York Racecourse with his signature flying dismount

He's just Dynamite: Frankie Dettori claims Lonsdale Cup at York Racecourse

FLASHBACK: Julian Taylor, pictured last year with the Amateur Championship trophy, came so close to getting his hands on it again

A shot too far: York GC's Julian Taylor puts up valiant defence of Yorkshire Amateur crown

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