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Contenders for JETS awards
The contenders for The JETS Richard Davis Awards, which honour the career development of current and former jockeys, were announced on Thursday.
Maguire in ambassadorial role
Jason Maguire has joined forces with Great British Racing in an ambassadorial role for the 2014/15 jumps season.
Williams hoping for Max power
Sir Maximilian begins his second career with Ian Williams in Friday's Mercury Stakes at Dundalk.
McKenzie: No Nelson envy
Ovill McKenzie insists he will have no complaints if Johnny Nelson jumps the queue of cruiserweights who are hoping to face Marco Huck.
Ascot host Countryside Fund
The Prince’s Countryside Fund inaugural Raceday will be held at Ascot Racecourse on Sunday 29th March 2015.
Garcia among big cast in Turkey
Sergio Garcia has confirmed his place in the field for next month's Turkish Airlines Open, the third event of the European Tour Final Series.
Bastia file case against Riou
Bastia have filed a civil case against Nantes goalkeeper Remy Riou in which they claim he made harmful and false claims that he was struck by stones thrown by supporters.
Autumn Test boost for Farrell
Owen Farrell will make his first start for five weeks when Saracens travel to Ireland to face Munster in the European Champions Cup on Friday.
Trouble ahead of Everton game
Everton have warned fans to stay away from Lille's main square amid reports of trouble ahead of tonight's Europa League game.
Stone ruled out of Old Roan
Ben Pauling has been forced to rule Kauto Stone out of Saturday's Betfred Monet's Garden Old Roan Chase at Aintree.
Chopra eyeing manager role
Former Newcastle striker Michael Chopra wants to follow in the footsteps of David James and Marco Materazzi and become a player-manager of a team in India.
Bardy banned for five weeks
Clermont Auvergne flanker Julien Bardy has been suspended for five weeks for striking Saracens No.8 Billy Vunipola during the European Rugby Champions Cup at the weekend.
Westerman honoured by Burgess
England’s Joe Westerman has spoken of his honour at being presented with his first international cap by Sam Burgess ahead of Saturday’s Four Nations opener against Samoa.
Munster v Saracens: Teams
Munster take on Saracens in a mouthwatering European Champions Cup Round Two meeting at Thomond Park on Friday night.
Thomas breaks ankle in fall
Somerset fast bowler Alfonso Thomas has had surgery on a broken ankle.
Peeters expects 'proper derby'
Charlton boss Bob Peeters is wary of revived Fulham, saying they look like "another team completely" under Kit Symonds.
Morris back with Norwich
Norwich have recalled striker Carlton Morris from his loan spell at Oxford.
Harty bides his time with Lane
Cheltenham Bumper third Joshua Lane will make his hurdling debut when there is sufficient ease in the ground.
Butler links up with Doncaster
Doncaster have signed experienced defender Andy Butler on loan from Yorkshire rivals Sheffield United.
Wolves rule out Myler exit
Warrington Wolves have poured cold water on speculation scrum-half Richie Myler could join Hull KR on loan for the 2015 season.
- Champions League: Real Madrid ease past Liverpool with 3-0 win at Anfield
- Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers to deal with Mario Balotelli after half-time shirt swap
- Premier League: Late drama as Liverpool edge five-goal contest at QPR
- Daley Blind's late strike rescues a point for Manchester United at West Brom
- Champions League: Late goals give Arsenal 2-1 victory at Anderlecht