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Falcons rout sorry Bucs
The Atlanta Falcons produced a stunning display to thrash the hapless Tampa Bay Buccaneers 56-14 - with Devin Hester in record-breaking form.
Johnson hits form in Tenerife
England's Trish Johnson shot a stunning 65 on Thursday to take the first-round lead at the Tenerife Open de Espana Femenino.
Luiten leads the way in Wales
The Ryder Cup continued to dominate the agenda at the ISPS Handa Wales Open, even though none of the four European team members competing at Celtic Manor featured high on the leaderboard.
Lampard reunion thrills Drogba
Chelsea striker Didier Drogba is relishing meeting up again with Frank Lampard on Sunday, even though the midfielder will be lining up for rivals Manchester City.
Anderson fuming after heavy loss
Huddersfield coach Paul Anderson admitted his team were embarrassing as they slumped to a 57-4 defeat in their Super League qualifying playoff tie at Wigan.
Tour de Ryder Cup: Day 4
There’s really only one word to describe today. Tough.
Pochettino hits out at banner
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino was angered by the "unacceptable" anti-Semitic banner displayed by Partizan Belgrade fans in their Europa League opener.
Celtic boss praises Gordon
Ronny Deila praised goalkeeper Craig Gordon after a dominant display in Celtic's 2-2 draw with Salzburg in their opening Europa League Group D clash.
Evra: Problems led to Utd exit
Patrice Evra has admitted he left Manchester United because of ‘personal problems’ and he is now happy at Juventus.
Warriors blitz woeful Giants
Wigan Warriors produced their biggest victory in playoff history thanks to a thumping 57-4 success against Huddersfield Giants to move within 80 minutes of Super League's Grand Final.
Kerry make two changes
Kerry have made two changes to their starting line-up for Sunday’s All-Ireland final against Donegal.
Monfils makes Metz progress
French favourite Gael Monfils overcame a slow start before beating Michal Przysiezny to reach the quarter-finals of the Moselle Open on Thursday.
Champions Sevilla set the pace
Reigning Europa League champions Sevilla got their bid to win the competition for a record fourth time off to a successful start on Thursday night as they defeated Feyenoord 2-0.
Dyke to return World Cup watch
Football Association chairman Greg Dyke has confirmed he was given a £16,400 watch by the Brazilian FA during the World Cup but insists he had no idea of the gift’s value and would now return it.
Spurs secure Partizan point
Spurs were held to a goalless stalemate in their Europa League Group C opener against Partizan Belgrade.
Martinez delighted by big win
Everton boss Roberto Martinez was delighted with his side's performance as they brushed aside Wolfsburg to win 4-1 in the Europa League.
Div Two: Smith saves Hampshire
Will Smith's unbeaten 142 saved Hampshire from possible defeat by Kent on the final day of the LV= County Championship match at the Ageas Bowl and earned his side a draw and a crucial five points more in their quest for promotion.
Celtic earn point in Salzburg
Celtic started their Europa League Group D campaign with a 2-2 draw in an entertaining encounter against Salzburg.
Voigt breaks hour record
Veteran German rider Jens Voigt has broken the hour record by posting a distance of 51.115km.
Moya steps down as Spain coach
Carlos Moya has stepped down as Spain's Davis Cup coach after the five-times winners were eliminated from the elite World Group by Brazil at the weekend.
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