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Ennis targets Hamilton win
Mikey Ennis, who landed the 2013 Midlands Grand National as an amateur, is looking forward to his first visit to Scotland as a professional jockey as he heads for Hamilton Park on Thursday.
McCormack welcomes fan jibes
Fulham striker Ross McCormack has insisted that he relishes jibes from opposition fans regarding his inflated transfer fee.
Native fired up for Bullet
Veteran sprinter Kingsgate Native will bid to get off the mark of the campaign in the Betfred Beverley Bullet on Saturday.
Cavendish wins again in France
Mark Cavendish sprinted to victory for the second day in a row to extend his overall lead of the Tour du Poitou-Charentes in France.
Celtic complete Wakaso signing
Celtic have completed the signing of Rubin Kazan striker Mubarak Wakaso on an initial loan deal.
Britain sign new sprint coach
British Cycling have bolstered their coaching ranks ahead of the 2016 Olympic Games by recruiting respected sprint specialist Justin Grace from the French Cycling Federation.
Jackett asked about Bamford
Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Kenny Jackett has admitted to being among those to have enquired as to Patrick Bamford's availability.
Appleton proud of Oxford effort
Michael Appleton expressed his pride after seeing his Oxford side take West Brom to penalties in the Capital One Cup.
Hills pair in morphine case
Two horses trained by Barry Hills have been named among a total of eight horses that tested positive for morphine as the British Horseracing Authority announced the disciplinary panel hearing will take place on September 25.
Klose: Van Gaal hard to please
Miroslav Klose claims the years he spent playing under new Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal were the hardest of his career.
Shrewsbury land Griffith
Shrewsbury have announced the signing of midfielder Anthony Griffith on a one-year contract.
Ribbons tuning up for Opera
Ribbons could bid for more Group One glory in the Prix de l'Opera at Longchamp on October 5 if conditions are suitable.
Halford eyes Orchid Fairy tale
Trainer Mick Halford is hoping smart mare Slipper Orchid can pick up some valuable black type in the Coolmore Stud Fairy Bridge Stakes at Tipperary on Thursday.
Wales include uncapped players
Manchester United youngster Tom Lawrence has been named in Wales' squad for next month's European Qualifier in Andorra.
Dyche: Burnley can't compete
Burnley boss Sean Dyche has admitted the club are finding it difficult to compete in the transfer market.
Buick purrs in Godolphin blue
A review of the early action from Lingfield where Charlie Appleby saddled the first two winners.
Burton blow for Scunthorpe
Scunthorpe boss Russ Wilcox could be in the hunt for a new striker following a knee injury to Deon Burton.
Baptiste plans Blackburn stay
Alex Baptiste is hoping there will be a permanent deal to be done with Blackburn Rovers at the end of his season-long loan.
Leicester agree McArthur fee
Sky Sports sources understand that Leicester have agreed a fee with Wigan for James McArthur.
Clarke confirms India interest
Former West Brom boss Steve Clarke has revealed he would entertain an offer to coach in the Indian Super League.
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