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Sports Week: England Return The Urn

Welcome to this week's edition of Sports Week; your one-stop shop for all of the biggest sporting headlines from the past week. 

England Return The Urn

Compared to their most recent cricket history, England have gone above and beyond to win this year's Ashes tournament. Last year the Aussies hammered their English rivals causing England to lose 5-0, but this year's hosts turned the tournament around at Trent Bridge to achieve an overall 3-1 Ashes victory.  

"To win as we have done is beyond belief," Cook, 30, said. "I didn't think we were quite ready to win the Ashes because I thought you needed players who were match-hardened, but the guys out there surprised me."

He added: "We've won really critical moments and players have made that big step from guys with little experience to match-winners for England."

2015/16 Football Season Begins

Last weekend football fans were overjoyed as the long awaited 2015/16 football season returned with matches all over the UK. Current champions Chelsea came up against Swansea at Stamford Bridge which surprisingly resulted in a 2-2 draw. Swansea manager Garry Monk: "I thought our performance warranted at least that point. We went for it and showed our attacking prowess."

The first weekend of the Premier League also served up another exciting match as Arsenal begun their season with a 0-2 defeat against West Ham United at the Emirates. Arsenal had 62% of possession, but put just six of 22 shots on target as Aaron Ramsey's first-half effort against the bar was the closest they came. 

Saturday 8th August 2015 Chelsea 2 - 2 Swansea Stamord Bridge
  Bournemouth 0 - 1 Aston Villa Vitality Stadium
  Everton 2 - 2 Watford Goodison Park
  Man Utd 1 - 0 Spurs Old Trafford
Sunday 9th August 2015 Stoke 0 - 1 Liverpool Britannia Stadium
  Arsenal 0 - 2 West Ham Emirates Stadium
  Newcastle 2 - 2 Southampton St. James' Park


The Girls Take Victory In Ascot's Shergar Cup

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Following their one-point miss in 2014, The Girls team were back at Ascot Racecourse ready and determined to tackle this year's Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup. 2015 seemed to be their year as they successfully achieved victory and couldn't be happier about it. 

Captain Wilson enthused: “We’ve all pulled together. It’s been a great effort, Sammy has enjoyed a rock-star day – good on her. I am so pleased we’ve done this.”

Final results – The Girls on 80, ahead of the Rest of the World on 67 and just a point ahead of Great Britain and Ireland on 66.


Ireland Overcome Wales In Rugby World Cup Warm Up

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Both Wales and Ireland began their Rugby World Cup campaign with a warm up match at the Millennium Stadium. Unfortunately it wasn't a good World Cup start for the hosts as Ireland took a 21 - 35 win. 

Not only did the Irish achieve a fantastic and confident start to their World Cup campaign, but the win also pushed them up into second in the world rankings, their highest-ever position.

Wales: Amos, Cuthbert, Tyler Morgan, Scott Williams (Matthew Morgan 58, Walker, Hook (Anscombe 50, Phillips (Lloyd Williams 50, Smith (Rob Evans 51, Hibbard (Dacey 51, Jarvis (Andrews 59, Ball (King 59, Day, Moriarty, Tipuric, Baker (Taulupe Faletau 42.

Ireland: Jones, Trimble (Zebo 35, Earls (Marmion 68, Cave, McFadden, Jackson, Reddan (Madigan 68, Jack McGrath (Kilcoyne 52, Strauss (Best 63, Ross (Bent 58, Henderson, Ryan. (Tuohy 51, Murphy, O'Donnell, Heaslip (Henry 55.

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