Bath’s youthful squad must earn their stripes against Leicester Tigers in their Premiership clash this Saturday. The two old rivals meet with their fortunes in greater contrast than at any time for twenty years. In 2002, Tigers took the title, while Bath finished 11th, squeezing Leeds Tykes into relegation by a single game. This season Bath will be spared relegation, but to salvage pride from this season, and to prepare for next under a new regime, they must play as if there is, scrapping for every point.
After the completion of the livery launch of their 2022 Formula One car the FW44 the Williams Racing Team would move to the Silverstone circuit for the initial shakedown of the real life car, having used a show car for their livery launch. On what was a damp day at the track both Nicholas Latifi and new 2022 drivers Alex Albon would get the opportunity to have a run in their 2022 challenger.
Arriving at StoneX today under leaden skies and a howling gale there is only 1 song in my heart “Why Does It Always Rain On Me”? Of course it doesn’t, but sitting in the front row of the east stand it just feels like it. Oh Rihanna, a Bajan national hero, where is my Umbrella? After all you don’t need it. I get the feeling a Hard Rain’s Gonna Fall today. And pretty soon, sure enough, before the Sound of Thunder and the appearance of the men in black, Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head. Out with the waterproofs but oh boy this is gonna be a soggy match report.
Williams Racing is proud to reveal the livery that will adorn the FW44, the team’s vibrant new challenger for the 2022 FIA Formula One season. The design, featuring a contrasting diamond shape and flashes of red and blue, embodies the exciting new era of the Williams brand, whilst still retaining the classic team spirit.
A desperate Indian team will pray for a rain-free third and final ODI against New Zealand on Wednesday in its bid to finish on an even keel in a series that neither had context nor any major takeaways.