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Leeds fans keen on Crowe meeting
The working group that is supporting fan ownership of Leeds has confirmed they will try and meet with Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe next month.
Stevens: Betting probe 'hell'
Kent all-rounder Darren Stevens went through two years of "hell" before being cleared of corruption charges.
Kyle hit by Festival fever
Jeremy Kyle is looking forward to a busy week at Cheltenham with his first Festival runners as an owner.
Coventry to appoint Mowbray
Coventry City will name their new manager this afternoon, with Sky sources reporting that Tony Mowbray will be placed in charge.
Victory misses Cheltenham
Nicky Henderson's Sign Of A Victory skips the Cheltenham Festival and will instead run in the QTS Scottish Champion Hurdle at Ayr on April 18.
Hoggard: KP has no chance
Matthew Hoggard believes former team-mate Kevin Pietersen has no chance of playing for England again.
Winner strikes JCR sponsorhip deal
Winner.co.uk has agreed a six-figure sponsorship deal with Jockey Club Racecourses.
Wawrinka, Cilic to play Queen's
Grand slam champions Stan Wawrinka and Marin Cilic have joined the field for the Aegon Championships at Queen's Club this summer.
Del Potro close to return
Juan Martin Del Potro expects to make his comeback from wrist surgery later this month.
Brady sidelined until April
Hull City midfielder Robbie Brady has been ruled out of action for up to six weeks after suffering a calf injury.
Cooper not ready to return
Eamonn Fitzmaurice says it’s doubtful that Colm Cooper will return to action with Kerry before the end of the month.
Moin escapes extra punishment
Pakistan chief selector Moin Khan will face no further action after being sent home from the World Cup for visiting a casino.
Seb happy to flout helmet rules
Sebastian Vettel says he would be happy to disregard F1’s clampdown on helmet design changes were any fine to go to charity, as the new rule was formally included in the 2015 regulations.
Williams reveal Wolff outings
Susie Wolff will drive for Williams during practice at the British and Spanish Grands Prix in 2015, the team have confirmed.
Cue Card misses Cheltenham
Cue Card will not run in the Ryanair Chase at the Cheltenham Festival, said trainer Colin Tizzard.
Wie chasing Olympic dream
Michelle Wie admits booking a place at the Olympic Games in Rio in 2016 will be a major focus for her over the next year.
Wednesday at the cricket
Australia and Pakistan desperately need to avoid upsets at the Cricket World Cup on Wednesday to keep on track for the quarter-finals.
Riches camp 'all over' Lough
Connections of Road to Riches believe fellow Irish challenger Carlingford Lough could be the one to beat in the Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup.
Sensation ready for Grand Annual
Michael Scudamore hopes a breathing operation has done the trick for Next Sensation ahead of the Johnny Henderson Grand Annual at the Cheltenham Festival next Friday.
Vanessa Mae takes ban to CAS
Vanessa Mae takes her appeal against a four-year ban from skiing to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Switzerland on Tuesday.
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