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McCrory mulls DeGale v Groves II
Glenn McCrory says a rematch between new IBF super-middleweight champion James DeGale and George Groves may be on the cards - and believes this time it could be a world unification fight.
Froch: DeGale did just enough
A relieved Carl Froch believes James DeGale did just enough to make history.
DeGale: I'm ready for anyone
James DeGale says he is ready to take on any super-middleweight in the world after being crowned the new IBF champion in Boston last night.
Brown: Bentley the hero
Phil Brown was full of praise for goalkeeper Daniel Bentley after Southend won the League Two play-off final on penalties.
La Liga final day round-up
On a thrilling final day in Spain, Valencia qualified for next season's Champions League after coming from behind to win at Almeria, who were relegated along with Eibar, despite their 3-0 win over Cordoba.
DeGale seals historic win
James DeGale defeated Andre Dirrell to become the first British Olympic boxing gold medallist to win a professional world title.
Ligue 1 final day round-up
Monaco, locked in a three-way tussle with Saint-Etienne and Marseille, booked the third and final French ticket to next season's Champions League thanks to a season-closing 1-0 win at Lorient on Saturday.
Ancelotti could take year out
Carlo Ancelotti says he will take a year out of management if he is sacked as Real Madrid head coach.
Montgomerie moves three clear
Colin Montgomerie is on course to defend his Senior PGA Championship title after moving into a three-shot lead after the third round.
Serie A round-up
Juraj Kucka's 89th-minute header lifted Genoa to a 3-2 win over Inter Milan after the Grifoni twice hit back from a goal down, while Juventus signed off in style with a 3-1 win over Napoli in their final home game.
Clare repel Limerick fightback
Clare withstood a spirited second-half rally from Limerick to book a Munster SFC semi-final date with Cork next month, after a deserved 0-15 to 0-13 success at Cusack Park in Ennis.
Wane: One of the worst days
Wigan coach Shaun Wane said his side’s defeat to Catalans Dragons represents one of his worst days in rugby league.
Sky Cricket Podcast
New Zealand are on top in the first Test at Lord's although England bowled well on day three.
GB canoeing gold in Duisburg
Great British duo Lani Belcher and Angela Hannah have won gold in the K2 200 metres final at the Canoe Sprint World Cup in Duisburg.
Wood left with mixed feelings
England fast bowler Mark Wood revealed he has been left with mixed feelings following a rollercoaster start to his Test career in the first Test against New Zealand.
'Wood has stomach for Tests'
Nasser Hussain says Mark Wood has shown the character needed for Test cricket after his 3-93 on debut to help England dismiss New Zealand for 523 on day three of the first Test at Lord’s.
Ford: Bath will keep attacking
Mike Ford will stand by Bath’s attacking principles in the Aviva Premiership final against Saracens on Saturday.
WATCH: Never leave early!
Southend fans were caught running back to Wembley after Joe Pigott's last-gasp equaliser in the League Two play-off final.
WATCH: Lge 2 play-off highlights
Watch the highlights as Southend gained promotion to League One after beating Wycombe in the League Two play-off final...
WATCH: Barcelona title party
Barcelona fans, players and their families celebrated winning their seventh La Liga title in 10 years at the Nou Camp.