Cup fever continues to mount among City fans as they sold out of their 5,000 ticket allocation for the Capital One Cup tie at Wigan Athletic on Tuesday.
Cleckheaton's Iain Wardlaw believes Yorkshire's recent performances in the Champions League t20 competition means they will automatically be seen as one of the teams to beat in next season's domestic Twenty20.
Colin Stephens has left his role as director of rugby at Bradford & Bingley.
The newly-formed Skipton Futsal Club are seeking a sponsor for team kit and venue costs as they bid to play in the FA Futsal National League Northern Division from next September.
West Bowling meet Pennine League colleagues, Premier Division leaders Queens, in the third round of the Hamuel Reichenbacher Yorkshire Cup at Emsleys Rec on Saturday.
Eccleshill United face a tough task in Baris Northern Counties East League Division One on Saturday, and they must do it under the guidance of rookie manger Mark Ellis.
The euphoria in and around Horsfall Stadium following the FA Cup draw at Wembley that handed Avenue a tie at npower League One outfit Doncaster Rovers soon evaporated.
Bradford Dudley Hill will be looking to England Lions internationals Neil Wall and Nathan Kitson to provide the inside knowledge on visitors Bonymaen Broncos prior to their visit to Parry Lane in the qualifying round of the Carnegie Challenge Cup on Saturday.
The West Riding County Amateur's League divisional cups start on Saturday but holders Ovenden West Riding won't be involved.
The forthcoming FA Cup first-round tie is on the backburner as the Lions look towards taking three points that could take them back to the summit of the Blue Square Bet North Division on Saturday.
Bradford Salem have a scrum-half crisis ahead of their trip to Hullensians on Saturday in SSE Yorkshire Division Two.
Farsley face a second meeting with Clitheroe this month as the Evo-Stik Division One promotion hopefuls go head to head.
After suffering inconsistency in the league recently, Silsden will be glad of Saturday's cup excursion.
The latest from the local angling scene.
Pupils at a Bradford primary school have been enjoying Shakespeare workshops with actors in the Calderdale Theatre School.
Wharfedale’s credentials will receive the ultimate test on Saturday when undefeated SSE National League One leaders Ealing Trailfinders visit The Avenue (2pm).
A talented boxer tipped as a future champion might never fight again after suffering a life-threatening brain injury.
Grassroots sport could be given a major boost under plans to demolish most of a former school in Bradford and create a Rugby League centre of excellence.
The Argos catalogue is to get a digital makeover in an attempt by the struggling high street chain to reverse two years of falling sales.
Otley coach Tom Rock is looking for his team to bounce back after their 69-10 hammering at Stourbridge.
Bradford free school group TLG has won a place on a national programme with the New Schools Network.
Several Bradford businesses played key roles in the local shooting of a low-budget film which attracted interest from leading distributors even before filming began and which is being premiered in the city today.
A major scheme of improvements near the congested Saltaire roundabout was given the green light at a meeting last night when councillors backed a 20mph scheme in surrounding streets.
A hospital in Pakistan being built with the help of cash from a Telegraph & Argus appeal is due to open the doors to its first outpatient next month.
Communities Secretary and former Bradford Council leader Eric Pickles has been urged to rethink his decision to defer a review of business rates until 2017.
A heartbroken mum has blamed an animal hospital for the death of her beloved two-year-old dog.
An alopecia sufferer is urging people to sign her online petition calling on the Government to fund research into the autoimmune disease in the hope of finding a cure.
A woman and baby are being treated in hospital after being rescued from a smoke-filled flat.
SIR – I notice that whenever an article about the White Horse Inn in Bingley (pictured) appears in the T&A, its ownership is always attributed to the ‘Knights Templar’, properly known as the Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon, who wore the famous white tunic emblazoned with a red cross. This order was disbanded in 1312 by Pope Clement IV, having been, probably falsely, accused of heresy.
SIR – Regarding the discussion on whether the British police should be armed.
SIR – I have felt so sorry for the Shipley man sentenced to life imprisonment for killing his father (T&A, October 15), while people whom I regard as more deserving of punishment are fined lightly or bound over.
SIR – I take exception to the letter from Mr Turner (T&A, October 20), regarding his comments that Wyke is the forgotten area of Bradford.
It is excellent news that a hospital built thanks to a massive charitable effort by Telegraph & Argus readers is due to open its doors next month.
Andrew Davies sees no reason why City cannot tackle their current road trip with the same confidence as home games.
Community groups in Bradford Council’s Worth Valley ward could find a share of £10,000 in their Christmas stockings this year.
A man extinguished a bin on fire which had been left against the front door of his flat.