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Cowboys' winning run continues
The Dallas Cowboys will head into Week Eight with the best record in the NFL after securing a 31-21 victory against the New York Giants at AT&T Stadium.
Keselowski wins in Talladega
Brad Keselowski pulled away in overtime for one of the biggest wins of his career to earn an automatic berth into the third round of NASCAR's championship race.
Marseille maintain momentum
First-half goals from Nicolas N'Koulou and Andre-Pierre Gignac earned Marseille an eighth consecutive win to take them seven points clear of rivals Paris St Germain in Ligue 1.
Mannone wants to refund fans
Sunderland goalkeeper Vito Mannone believes he and his team-mates should reimburse all the club’s fans who made the long journey to witness the 8-0 hammering at Southampton.
O'Connor pleased with victory
Leinster head coach Matt O'Connor was delighted with the "great" contributions of his bench players after they helped the Irish province overturn a 12-point first-half deficit to beat Wasps in Champions Cup Pool Two at the RDS.
Atletico get back on track
Atletico Madrid got their Primera Division season back on track with a 2-0 victory over Espanyol on Sunday.
Hillstar strikes at Woodbine
Hillstar gained the first Group One victory of his career by winning the Pattison Canadian International at Woodbine, but there was misfortune for the Brown Panther team.
Colts shut out sorry Bengals
The Indianapolis Colts clinched a fifth straight NFL win after easing to a 27-0 success against the Cincinnati Bengals at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Seahawks stunned by Rams
The Seattle Seahawks suffered a second straight loss as the St Louis Rams clinched a shock 28-26 win over the Super Bowl champions at the Edward Jones Dome.
Halfpenny happy to get going
Wales international Leigh Halfpenny was pleased to put a frustrating period behind him by kicking 13 points on his home debut for Toulon.
Saints face Dragons in opener
Super League champions St Helens will open the defence of their title against Catalans Dragons, who were their last opponents at Langtree Park in 2014.
Leinster battle past Wasps
Leinster came through a tough first examination in the Champions Cup as they edged out Wasps 25-20 at the RDS Arena on Sunday.
France call-up for Kockott
Scrum-half Rory Kockott has been called into the France squad to face Fiji, Australia and Argentina next month.
Hoffenheim stay unbeaten
Hoffenheim moved up to fourth in the Bundesliga as they extended their unbeaten start to the season to seven games by picking up a point in a 1-1 draw at Hamburg.
Nadal nervous ahead of opener
Tennis great Rafael Nadal admits he is feeling quite nervous ahead of his first round match at the Swiss Indoors on Monday.
Phillips: Tough on Swans
Stoke squeezed Swansea out of ideas to claim a come-from-behind 2-1 victory after benefitting from a poor penalty decision, says Kevin Phillips.
Hughes hits back at cheat jibe
Stoke City boss Mark Hughes considers it to be 'unacceptable' for Swansea City counterpart Garry Monk to label one of his players as a cheat.
Pace foils Clyburn in playoff
South African Lee-Anne Pace birdied the second extra hole in a sudden death playoff against England’s Holly Clyburn to win the South African Women’s Open at San Lameer Golf Club in KwaZulu-Natal.
Monk: Penalty call a disgrace
Garry Monk hit out at the match officials following Swansea City's defeat at Stoke City, branding a contentious penalty call 'a disgrace'.
Van Gerwen too strong for Wade
Michael van Gerwen denied James Wade a Players Championship double as he claimed a 6-2 victory over his rival in Sunday's tournament in Crawley.
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