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Investment gains Newbury gold
Paul Nicholls gained a seventh win in the last 10 renewals of the StanJames.com Supporting Greatwood Gold Cup at Newbury as Sound Investment justified favouritism in the Grade Three event.
Catalans tame Wolves
Warrington’s unbeaten run came to an abrupt end as they were well beaten by Catalan Dragons in Perpignan on Saturday afternoon.
Cardinals release Dockett
The Arizona Cardinals have released veteran defensive tackle Darnell Dockett after an 11-year stint with the club.
Pardew: Murray a little unlucky
Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew says he was just about to substitute two-goal hero Glenn Murray when the striker was sent off during the second half of their 3-1 victory over West Ham at Upton Park on Saturday.
Geraghty confirmed for Master mount
Barry Geraghty will partner The Young Master as he is pitched into Grade One company for the first time in the RSA Chase at the Cheltenham Festival.
Glinger burns off Kelso rivals
Glingerburn was an impressive winner of the totescoop6 Premier Kelso Hurdle where he carried a penalty and beat Bristol De Mai on Saturday.
Coetsee retains Joburg lead
Wallie Coetsee will take a two-shot lead into the final round of the Joburg Open but just four shots separate the top 15 on the leaderboard.
Commons: Aberdeen improving
Kris Commons scored against Aberdeen after just five minutes of his Celtic debut four years ago, but insists it is a much-improved Dons side he will face on Sunday.
Pipe's a Soll man
Soll showed a determined attitude to grind out victory in the Betway Supporting Greatwood, Veterans' Handicap Chase at Newbury.
Murray makes mark in Palace win
Glenn Murray scored twice and was sent off as Crystal Palace beat West Ham United 3-1 at Upton Park in the Saturday lunch-time kick-off.
Felix purrs at Leopardstown
Latest news from this afternoon's meeting at Leopardstown where Felix Yonger won over hurdles for Willie Mullins.
Geraghty shines at Newbury
Latest news from this afternoon's meeting at Newbury as Barry Geraghty and Leave It Be won the opener.
Catt: Ireland formidable side
Mike Catt is under no illusions about the challenge facing England in Dublin on Sunday when hosts Ireland will be chasing a 10th successive victory.
England 'better than 2003'
Paul O'Connell believes England's class of 2015 are the strongest he has faced in his career - more powerful even than Sir Clive Woodward's 2003 World Cup winners.
Walter no softie at Donny
Latest news from this afternoon's meeting at Doncaster where Cardinal Water won the opener for Nicky Henderson.
Mourinho sets Wembley target
Jose Mourinho has urged his Chelsea squad to become Wembley regulars and make the national stadium their second home.
Neil: Biggest derby for years
Norwich manager Alex Neil is relishing his first East Anglian derby when Ipswich visit Carrow Road for the Sky Live Championship clash on Sunday.
Fleming: NZ will take positives
Guest ICC columnist Stephen Fleming says that New Zealand will take the positives from their nervy one-wicket win over Australia…
Nishikori sets up Ferrer final
Top-ranked Kei Nishikori will take on in-form David Ferrer in the final of the Mexico Open after both players won their respective semi-finals.
Pellegrini: End Anfield run
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini says his side are desperate to end their dreadful recent record at Anfield to turn up the heat on Chelsea in the title race.
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