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Spain overcame dispute and internal turmoil to lift the FIFA Women's World Cup trophy as England's wait to win a first title goes on after the winner’s deservedly triumphed in the final in Sydney.

Looking to become the first England senior side since the men's team in 1966, the Lionesses suffered heartbreak after being outplayed by a side full of flair and creativity. Winning captain Olga Carmona was the difference as she scored the winning goal after sliding the ball past goalkeeper Mary Earps in the first half after England's Lucy Bronze lost possession in midfield.

When England play Spain in both team’s first ever Women's World Cup final, if the new-look Spain squad wins, it will be tinged after 15 of their players refused to compete under head coach Jorge Vilda last year.

In 2022, the Spain Women's national team was thrown into crisis as 15 players declared themselves unavailable for selection while Vilda remained in charge. Each player sent an identical email to the RFEF (Royal Spanish Football Federation) describing how the manager's methods had affected their health and emotional state, with stars of the game including Barcelona's Aitana Bonmati and Patri Guijarro among the revolt.

He started on the back nine today, and birdied 10, and 14 before a brilliant two on the 18th – a difficult 185-yard par-three, that could be the scene of much drama come Sunday. He dropped a shot on the second, but recovered with gains on three, six and eight.

“I have been hitting it really well,” he said. “Today was just about the putting, it is all about the putting. Still need to fix my long putting, I might practice that.”

New analysis has found that searches for 'football lessons' in the United Kingdom have skyrocketed 2,009% over the past day, after the Lionesses dominated the FIFA Women’s World Cup semi-final. 

The research conducted by analysed Google Trends data over the past day to find searches for 'football lessons' saw a huge surge in interest as the Lionesses made it to the FIFA Women's World Cup final after defeating Australian hosts 3-1. The Australia v England game in Sydney, Australia, saw the Lionesses defeat the Australia with fantastic goals made by Ella Toone, Lauren Hemp, and Alessia Russo, firing the England team into the final.

Jamaica’s national women’s netball and football teams, the Sunshine Girls and the Reggae Girlz, made impressive appearances on the world athletic stage, defying expectations and displaying the resilience and pride emblematic of Jamaicans in the face of significant challenges.

While Jamaica’s national netball team did not win the gold medal they hoped for at the 2023 Netball World Cup (NWC) in Cape Town, South Africa, their assistant coach, Shawn Murdock, said they were happy to win the bronze medal. They overcame errors committed in their earlier game against Australia and defeated the 2019 champion New Zealand team to take third place, the Sunshine Girls ended a 16-year medal drought for Jamaica at NWC.

One of rugby’s greatest rivalries, between South Africa and New Zealand, will be reignited at Twickenham Stadium later this month with the two nations playing for a brand-new trophy, the Qatar Airways Cup on Friday, 25 August.

With Qatar Airways as Title Sponsor of this fixture, rugby fans from South Africa, New Zealand, the UK and around the world have the perfect means to attend this compelling match-up. The seven-time winner of the “World’s Best Airline” as voted by Skytrax, will take centre stage as the match Naming Rights Partner, and also be the broadcast partner for the Sky Sports coverage in the UK.