Bournemouth Captain Tommy Elphick and supporters after the Cherries all but secured promotion to the Premier League. Photograph: Getty
The Morning Sports Briefing
  • Sport
  • April 28, 2015, 08:27

Bournemouth all but promotedBournemouth are all but promoted to the Premier League after a 3-0 win(...)

Dublin celebrate their Allianz Football League Division One final success over Cork at Croke Park. Photograph: Inpho

Kildare (1928) – the All-Ireland winners, who lost that year’s league final, were defending champions and(...)

James McCarthy scoring the first goal for Everton in their 3-0 win over Manchester United. Photograph: Andrew Yates/Reuters

(...), Champions League places, we want to have a go again.”Having scored only once in his first 18 months at(...)

Brendan Rodgers feels the club need to bring in attacking options in the summer. Photo; Andy Rain/EPA

Champions League challenge and left them seven points adrift of the top four.Rodgers has been linked with(...)

Winner of the PFA’s Men’s Player of the Year, Eden Hazard during the PFA Awards at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London. Photo: Barrington Coombs/PA

(...) first Premier League title since 2010.He was rewarded for his sterling performances with the top(...)

Chelsea’s John Terry and Branislav Ivanovic show how much the point gained in draw with Arsenal means to them. Photo: Adrian Dennis/Gety Images

(...)-time when it was briefly one of the best games of the Premier League season. Arsenal were moving the ball(...)

Dublin’s Ciarán Kilkenny is challenged by Cork’s  Eoin Cadogan  in yesterday’s Allianz National League Division One football final in Croke Park. Photograph: Tommy Grealy/Inpho

(...) what had been a patchy league with his best performance in two years. Jack McCaffrey took man of the(...)

Everton’s James McCarthy  scores past Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea during the 3-0 win at Goodison Park.  Photograph: Paul Ellis/AFP

(...), inspiration and aggression” as their hold weakened on automatic entry into next season’s Champions League(...)

Chelsea captain John Terry celebrates his side being a point closer to the Premier League title at the final whistle of Chelsea’s clash with Arsenal at the Emirates yesterday. Photograph: Nick Potts/PA Wire

(...) suggesting a decade without a league title represents proper tedium, as this goalless draw edged his team(...)