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Mac magic earns Southwell shock
Misu Mac earned the distinction of becoming one of the lowest-rated horses ever to win a race when overcoming her basement mark of 23 when beating three rivals to spring a 66-1 surprise at Southwell.
Yeovil announce record profits
Yeovil have announced record profits of £1.4million from the 2013/14 campaign.
Royale seal of approval for McCoy
A review of the action from Huntingdon where Tony McCoy signed off with a winner on his final visit to the track.
Campese signs Hull KR deal
Hull KR captain Terry Campese has given the club a boast after signing a new deal before the derby on Thursday evening.
New Spurs stadium step closer
Tottenham have reached an agreement with Archway Sheet Metal Works which clears the path for their new stadium to be built.
Graves wants four-day Tests
New England and Wales Cricket Board chairman Colin Graves has confirmed he will press to see Test matches shortened to four days.
Consort possible for Craven
Connections of Consort have high hopes for the three-year-old colt, winner of his only start as a juvenile and a possible for the Novae Bloodstock Insurance Craven Stakes at Newmarket on April 16.
King heads Hobbs quartet
Philip Hobbs could launch a four-pronged attack on the Crabbie's Grand National on April 11, with last year's runner-up Balthazar King heading the Minehead team.
Wiggins well back in Belgium
Norwegian rider Alexander Kristoff won the first stage of the Three Days of De Panne with Sir Bradley Wiggins finishing well behind with the peleton.
Bury to host 'free game'
Bury have revealed they will let in fans for free at their rearranged game with Southend.
Joshua keen to put on a show
Anthony Joshua is hungry for success as he looks to put on a performance for his supporters in his next fight against Jason Gavern.
Fry lines up Fairyhouse raiders
Harry Fry is set to be double-handed in the Irish Stallions Farms EBF Mares Novice Hurdle Championship Final at Fairyhouse this weekend after confirming both Bitofapuzzle and Desert Queen for the Easter Sunday Grade One.
Cross loses beard for charity
Scotland international Geoff Cross has completed his year-long beard-growing fund-raiser after it was shaved off at London Irish’s training ground.
Kazakhs set for World Cup bid
Kazakhstan have announced that they are considering making a bid to host the 2026 World Cup.
Fabianski happy in Premier League
Swansea goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski has dismissed rumours linking him with a move to Roma and insists he wants to carry on playing in the Premier League.
Scots to prepare in France
Scotland have confirmed they will prepare for the forthcoming Rugby World Cup at a training camp in the French Pyrenees.
Ford: England stars will shine
Bath coach Mike Ford is relishing the prospect of having his England stars back for Saturday's European Champions Cup quarter-final against Leinster in Dublin.
Brook up for 'winner takes all'
Kell Brook is prepared to meet Amir Khan in a 'winner takes all' domestic mega-fight at Wembley Stadium, but will not wait around for the Bolton fighter.
Bick questions Saints figures
Football financial expert David Bick says he will wait until he has seen the full set of results before fully judging Southampton's latest financial figures.
Johnson wants Barnsley belief
Barnsley could lack the self-belief to get them over the line in the play-off race, reckons boss Lee Johnson.
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