FARSLEY Celtic Juniors are second in the Yorkshire Amateur League Premier Division after their 4-0 victory at Stanningley Old Boys.
TWO brothers are behind bars awaiting life sentences for the murder of their cousin after a long-running family feud erupted into extreme violence in a Bradford alleyway.
It’s going to be a Great British Wedding for the Bake Off star.
FROM a little acorn that the Quaid-e-Azam Sunday Cricket League was in its initial year of 1980, it has grown into a mighty oak over 35 years later.
A FATHER-OF-THREE has admitted stabbing one of his cousins after he saw him attacking his sister in an alleyway outside their Bradford home, a murder trial jury has heard.
The first of five brothers on trial accused of murdering their cousin told the jury he was kicked, punched and blinded by chilli powder when violence erupted behind his home.
THE father of five brothers on trial accused of murdering their cousin said he did not see any of them being violent or using weapons during a fight behind their Bradford homes.
GRANGEFIELD Old Boys made comfortable progress in the Yorkshire Old Boys' Shield, with the Yorkshire Amateur League Premier Division's bottom club defeating Division Three opponents Leeds Modernians 10-3.
Brighouse have not had much to cheer in recent times so their four-run win at Undercliffe in Division Two of the JCT600 Bradford League – their first of the season – must have tasted particularly sweet.