From: Barnes
One of the world's most renowned scientists, Stephen Hawking, has died at the age of 76. His was a theoretical physicist and studied at Cambridge University. He published a book called a Brief History of Time which sold over a million of copies. In 1963, Hawking contracted motor neurone disease and was given two years to live. At the time he was studying at  Cambridge University. Neverless he went on to become a brilliant researcher. At first, he was able to speak but when he grew older he was no longer able to speak. To control what he said he had a special machine with words and he scrolled down them with his eyes. The sound was actually a computer but people knew him for that voice so he decided it would be his. Hawking's discoveries included the fact that black holes could emit heat. His daughter said if you asked him any question about physics he would always have an answer.
From: Barnes
The football world cup qualified teams are out. In 2018, we have some exciting sports tournaments and events including the football World Cup. The list of teams that got through includes Germany, Spain, Portugal and England. Russia has been automatically qualified because they are hosts of the tournament. One of England's qualification games was against Ukraine; it ended with a 1 - 0 win. The first match of the tournament itself will be Russia vs Saudi Arabia.                    
From: Belmont Primary
The ex-England manager, Sam Allardyce, has replaced Ronald Koeman as manager at Everton FC, a professional football club in Liverpool that is (at time of writing) on 13th place in the Premier League. Allardyce was born in 19 October 1954 in a town called Dudley, in England. His father, Robert Allardyce, was a police sergeant, and Sam's older brother was named after his father. Sam Allardyce failed his 11+ exam, and later found out that he was dyslexic. His footballing career started with Dudley Town and has taken him to many clubs through the years. He later moved to Bolton Wanderers and was then offered a move to Derby County, but it was bettered by Sunderland, who would pay him £300. Tom Cowie (the chairman) sacked Knighton, the club manager, and the new one left Allardyce out of the team at the start of the season. That made him move to Millwall, who were able to match Sunderland's wages and also pay out a £30,000 signing on fee and a £10,000 loyalty bonus. After a few more teams, he joined his last team Preston North End. He then retired. Now, as Everton's manager, he has put the team's losing ways to an end, with a 4-1 win over West Ham, and then 2-0 win over Huddersfield Town. By: Daniel
From: Rusuzumiro
Azam Rwanda premier league champions, Rayon Sports were crowned winners of the 2017 Agaciro football championship on Saturday 16 September 2017 at Amahoro stadium, on the third match day of the annual Agaciro Development Fund sponsored championship. The blues defeated APR FC 1-0 thanks to a well taken brilliant free kick in the 87th minute by former APR left back Eric RUTANGA which went past goalie Emery MVUYEKURE. APR FC were forced to finish the game with ten men after Muhadjiri HAKIZIMANA was sent off, following a second bookable offence with fifteen minutes to end of the game. However, the win was not enough to grant them the blue title of winner. This had to be decided through a random draw as APR FC, Rayon Sports and AS Kigali all tied on six points but were separated by goals. Unlike the normal Article 7 championship regulations that tosses a coin to determine the winner, first and second runner-ups when teams tie on same points, Rayon Sports were declared winners and bagged the championships cash prize worth 3 million Rwandan Francs (approx. GBP £2,660) and a trophy. APR FC who finished second, pocketed 2 millions Rwandan Francs (approx. £1,770) while AS Kigali finished third to bag 1 million Rwandan Francs (approx. GBP£885). The tournament was organised by Rwanda Football Federation (FERWAFA) in the collaboration with AGACIRO Development Fund (Ag DF) as part of raising funds towards the Rwanda’s Sovereign Wealth Fund.