Alan Shearer is set to tee it up in a golf tournament taking place in Newcastle. The Hero Pro-Am at the British Masters, supported by Sky Sports, will take place at Close House on Wednesday 27th September; with Alan Shearer joining some of the biggest names in golf. Hosted by former World Number One Lee Westwood, the British Masters returns to the North East for the first time in 45 years from September 28-October 1, with Close House playing host for the first time in the event’s 71-year history. Fans have already been getting behind the tournament, with 10,000 free tickets for Thursday’s first round snapped up in less than 30 minutes. All proceeds from the day will go to the tournament’s Official
Footballers on holiday ‘Premier League stars make a splash as Joe Hart does a cannonball and David de Gea takes a dip during holidays’ – MailOnline (NB – not related to the Daily Mail). Footballers are swimming on holiday now? It’s as if they’re human beings like you or I. You’ve just lied there mate Mediawatch is thankful for many things in its life, including but not limited to: health, family, friends and an addiction to overbuying during the weekly shop that will leave it sitting pretty when the nuclear winter arrives. But we are mostly grateful for the fact that we focus our pedantic glare solely on football, and therefore are saved from reading professional arses like Martin Daubney. Until
Top Premier League sides are becoming more reliant on homegrown talents with Everton and Tottenham spearheading the wonderkid revolution. But while the likes of Ross Barkley and Dele Alli have already established themselves in the Premier League, there's a new generation of youngsters set to take the top flight by storm. Premier League teams will hand plenty of chances to under 21 stars this season, but who are the young prodigies facing a massive campaign despite their young age? CLICK THROUGH THE GALLERY TO REVEAL A PREMIER LEAGUE WONDERKID XI OF STARS YOU NEED TO WATCH.