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Bowditch leads in Texas
Steven Bowditch outshone local hero Jordan Spieth on the opening day of the AT&T Byron Nelson tournament in Texas.
Schmidt worried over McGrath
Joe Schmidt admits Ireland have lost control of Jack McGrath's World Cup participation after the prop's yellow card against the Barbarians.
Hodgson would quit if fans turn
Roy Hodgson said he will quit as England manager if the fans turn against him after next year’s European Championships.
Baraclough thrilled with win
Ian Baraclough praised his Motherwell team for executing his game plan to perfection as it secured a first win at Rangers in 18 years in the first leg of the Scottish Premiership play-off final.
McCall rues lacklustre Rangers
Stuart McCall admitted Rangers turned in their poorest performance of his tenure as they were beaten 3-1 by Motherwell in the first leg of their SPFL Premiership play-off final.
Coleman fears Wales points loss
Wales manager Chris Coleman fears his side would be badly affected if they lose the three points they gained from their European Qualifier against Israel.
City's Houston friendly off
Manchester City's friendly against the Houston Dynamo has been cancelled due to an unplayable pitch at the BBVA Compass Stadium in Texas.
Hodgson: FIFA probe disturbing
England manager Roy Hodgson has described the corruption allegations against FIFA as "very disturbing".
Villa powerless over Benteke
Tim Sherwood has revealed Aston Villa might have no choice but to let Christian Benteke leave this summer because of a buy-out clause in his contract.
FIA seeking new F1 team
The FIA has opened the tender process for a new team to join the F1 grid from as early as next season.
Orient appoint Hendon
Leyton Orient have named former club captain Ian Hendon as their new head coach.
'Suarez is FIFA victim'
The Uruguay players' union wants FIFA to rescind Luis Suarez's international ban after claiming him to be a victim of alleged corruption within the body.
Controversy as Barbarians win
Alex Cuthbert scored a pair of tries to help the Barbarians to a 22-21 win over Ireland in Limerick on a night that could prove costly for Jack McGrath.
Hamburg held at home
Hamburg's Bundesliga future hangs in the balance after they were held to a 1-1 draw by Karlsruher in the first leg of their relegation/promotion play-off game at the HSV Arena.
Well hold halfway advantage
Motherwell took a huge step towards Scottish Premiership survival with a first victory against Rangers at Ibrox in more than 18 years.
Bulls fire coach Thibodeau
The Chicago Bulls have fired head coach Tom Thibodeau after he failed to bring play-off success to the NBA franchise.
Griffin brothers to play on
Salford's three Griffin brothers are set to play alongside each other for the first time on Saturday, just four days after the death of their father.
Buffalo Sabres hire Bylsma
Dan Bylsma has been appointed as the new head coach of the Buffalo Sabres.
Classy Consort takes Heron spoils
Consort maintained his unbeaten record after overcoming a rough passage to take the Cantor Fitzgerald Corporate Finance Heron Stakes at Sandown in some style.
Friday at the tennis
Roger Federer is back on the French Open court on Friday, a day after his biggest rivals for the trophy were all winners.
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- Real Madrid have terminated the contract of manager Carlo Ancelotti