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Balikoeva leads in Tenerife
Maria Balikoeva claimed the second-round lead in the Tenerife Open.
Cunningham salutes Roby
St Helens assistant coach Kieron Cunningham paid tribute to James Roby following his man-of-the-match performance in St Helens' 41-0 play-off win over Castleford.
Craig dispels talk of unrest
St Mirren manager Tommy Craig believes their last-gasp 2-1 win over Partick dispelled any suggestion of unrest in the camp.
Monk: No issue with Koeman
Swansea boss Garry Monk insists there are no hard feelings between him and Southampton manager Ronald Koeman.
Slade has Chiefs rocking
Exeter head coach Rob Baxter heaped praise on Henry Slade after the England hopeful helped the Chiefs record a 25-22 victory over Gloucester at Kingsholm.
Silva: We can't afford defeat
Midfielder David Silva says Manchester City cannot afford to lose Sunday’s Premier League clash with Chelsea.
Keane effect thrills Lambert
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert has saluted the benefits of Roy Keane and revealed his assistant is not always the serious man many believe him to be.
Gunter: New boys offered boost
Chris Gunter says fresh faces at Reading have offered the club a welcome boost on and off the field.
Chiefs win to go top
Exeter Chiefs came away from a trip to Gloucester with a hard-fought 25-22 victory that saw them move to the top of the Aviva Premiership table.
Blackstock won't be loaned out
Nottingham Forest boss Stuart Pearce has no intention of sending fit-again striker Dexter Blackstock out on loan.
Marmion try sinks Leinster
Kieran Marmion scored the only try of the game as Connacht held on to beat Leinster 10-9 in Friday's PRO12 clash at The Sportsground.
St Mirren secure last-gasp win
St Mirren secured their first Scottish Premiership victory of the season in dramatic fashion after Kenny McLean calmly slotted home a penalty in the fifth minute of stoppage-time to seal a 2-1 win at Partick.
Toulon hammer 14-man Brive
Top 14 champions Toulon crushed Brive 53-13, running in eight tries after Peet Marais' red card in the first half.
Ulster pile on Cardiff misery
Ulster claimed a 26-9 victory at Cardiff Arms Park to condemn the Blues to a second home Guinness PRO12 defeat in six days.
Jerome joy at Norwich switch
Cameron Jerome swapped the Premier League for the Championship over the summer, but is revelling in life at Norwich City.
Munster cruise past Zebre
Simon Zebo's first-half hat-trick put Munster on their way to a comfortable 31-5 bonus poinr victory over Zebre at Thomond Park in the Guinness PRO12.
Tour de Ryder Cup: Day 5
Day 5 kicked off at 0715 when we left our camp site in Caterham, 12 miles east of Walton Heath. With 141 miles to cover, today was one of those days when we needed everything to go smoothly.
Goodell: NFL must change
National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell has signalled a major shake-up of the organisation’s rules on personal conduct.
Saints tame toothless Tigers
England hooker James Roby was in inspirational form as St Helens moved to within a game of the Grand Final with a crushing 41-0 victory over Castleford.
Ruiz is offered clean slate
Bryan Ruiz found himself frozen out at Fulham under Felix Magath, but will be offered a clean slate by Kit Symons.
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