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Rugby, Tennis and Athletics Correspondent for BPM Media
Birmingham City's receivers clear final hurdle to end Carson Yeung era
EY reaches a settlement with Peter Pannu as decisive EGM moves closer in a move which could bring an end to a controversial era in the history of Birmingham City FC
Birmingham City FC
Birmingham City FC parent receives two more bids
More suitors eye troubled Blues as total of bidders reaches seven since EY took over running the club in February
Birmingham City FC
Peter Pannu removed from Birmingham City FC's parent company
Move upheaval at BIHL board as nine directors leave their posts and two are suspended while the club stresses it is business as usual
Review: Horrible Christmas, Old Rep Theatre, Birmingham
Who’d have known Christmas had all but disappeared until Charles Dickens rekindled the nation’s love affair with our most pervasive and costly, public holiday
Not quite London 2012..but glory awaits the great
For some the Commonwealth Games will be a crucial part of their development into elite international competition.
Matthew is being fast-tracked to the top, says Redmond
Birchfield's 400m starlet tipped to bring a return to the glory days
Bees are all abuzz about Moseley name-change plan
Moseley's plan to change their name has received a mixed reaction from some of the region’s leading rugby officials.
Chambers is continuing to muddy waters for Britain
Dwain Chambers frustrated the ambitions of youngsters like Chijindu Ujah and Richard Kilty to take an eighth 100 metres title of an incredible career.
Evans remains closer to a superstar than superstore
Dan Evans had detained the world No. 11 for less than two hours as his Wimbledon debut ended in a comprehensive 2-6, 3-6, 3-6 drubbing.
Andy's bus should have a clear run to the semis
British tennis fans will hope London Bus Syndrome applies at Wimbledon over the next fortnight as a first men's champion in 77 years, is followed by a second just 12 months later.
AEGON Classic Tennis Tournament
Dani teaches younger generation life lessons
Daniela Hantuchova, the defending Aegon Classic champion has so much to offer.
Olly Robinson hoping to impress his harshest critic of all
Olly Robinson is targeting a first team place at big-spending Bristol next term.
Pennell a beacon of light in sorry Warriors season
There hasn’t been much to cheer about at Sixways this season but some people deserve recognition for their achievements over the last 12 months so rugby correspondent Brian Dick hands out a few awards. Some coveted, others less so.
Worcester Warriors down but not out after relegation blow
Worcester will be further away from the Premiership's top six next season but in many ways they will actually be closer to it because of the changes Ryan and the board have made.
Exodus leaves Kevin Maggs at square one once again
Kevin Maggs worked tirelessly to provide Moseley with a team worthy of Championship status.
Brian Dick chooses this season's Moseley RFC highlights
This has been an anxiety-free season and it must be cherished as such because there’s no guarantee when the next one will be along.
The day Moseley broke charmless Leeds' hearts
Moseley head to Nottingham tomorrow looking to take another step towards a highest ever finish in the 12-team Championship.
Moseley players sharing a landmark weekend
Craig Voisey might not be the first Moseley player to bring up a century of appearances this season but his landmark match will be one that lives in everyone's memory.
Alexandra Theatre Birmingham
Review: West Side Story, at The New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham
Fast paced romp through a troubled post-war New York suburb which remains as relevant today as ever.
Worcester Warriors RFC
One victory does not a season make at Sixways
The smiles smeared across the faces of Worcester Warriors players last weekend meant some of them were barely recognisable without their permascowls.
Jake: Future looks bright despite imminent drop
Jake Abbott is confident in Dean Ryan's long-term vision to revamp Worcester Warriors.
More regionalisation is wrong road for rugby
The National Leagues are up in arms about proposed changes to the league structure from level three downwards.
Triple Crown beckoning for Lancaster's England
Ireland, England, Wales and France all have two matches left to snatch a crown that for once has justified the perennial pre-tournament hype.
Home is where heart is for an in-form Moseley
Last Friday night’s victory over Cornish Pirates was notable for a number of reasons, not least because it was Moseley’s first over the powerful Penzance outfit since April 2008.