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Smith full of praise for Riley
Tony Smith insisted it would have been unfair if Warrington had not allowed Chris Riley to play against them for Wakefield - even if the on-loan winger did go on to score a hat-trick against his parent club.
Wane - Bradford deserved it
Wigan coach Shaun Wane admitted his side "got what they deserved" after suffering a shock 16-8 loss at the hands of already-relegated Bradford.
Five-star City outclass Milan
Manchester City got their International Champions Cup campaign off to a flying start with an impressive 5-1 win over AC Milan at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh.
Isner defends Atlanta title
Top seed John Isner successfully defended his Atlanta Open title with a 6-3 6-4 victory over Israel's Dudi Sela in Sunday's final.
Success for England swimmers
Siobhan-Marie O'Connor won her first Commonwealth Games gold medal with a Games record swim in the 200m individual medley.
Clark claims Canadian Open
Tim Clark carded a 65 on a rain-hit final day to win the RBC Canadian Open at Royal Montreal Golf Club.
Cech plans Chelsea stay
Petr Cech insists he is staying at Chelsea and is ready to fight for the No.1 spot in Jose Mourinho's starting XI.
Cuevas wins second ATP title
Qualifier Pablo Cuevas sealed his second ATP singles title of the month with a 6-3 6-4 victory over defending champion Tommy Robredo in the final of the Croatia Open in Umag on Sunday.
Taylor crowned in Blackpool
Phil Taylor claimed the World Matchplay title for a 15th time with a comprehensive 18-9 victory over world number one Michael van Gerwen in Blackpool.
Double delight for Madsen
Derbyshire captain Wayne Madsen struck his second successive Royal London One-Day Cup century to lead his side to a seven-wicket victory against Leicestershire at Grace Road.
Breen just misses out
Olivia Breen put in a good performance but just missed out on a medal in the T37/38 long jump.
Nibali inspired by 2012 defeat
Vincenzo Nibali has revealed looking up at Sir Bradley Wiggins on the top step of the podium at the 2012 Tour de France was a major motivation behind his dominant victory in the 2014 race.
Somerset duo stun Durham
Unbeaten centuries from James Hildreth and Lewis Gregory made sure Somerset began their Royal London One-Day Cup campaign with a five-wicket victory over Durham at Taunton.
Rangers offer Ibrox assurances
Rangers' board of directors has offered assurances to supporters over the future of the club's famous Ibrox home, insisting it will not not sell or lease the stadium.
El Shaarawy staying at Milan
Stephan El Shaarawy’s agent has insisted that the striker is not set for an AC Milan exit, despite reported interest from Real Madrid.
Liverpool seal Lovren deal
Liverpool have completed the signing of Croatian centre-back Dejan Lovren from Southampton for £20m on a long-term deal.
Vertonghen set for Spurs stay
Jan Vertonghen insists he wants to remain with Tottenham and has confirmed he has been offered a new five-year contract to remain with the north London club.
Swansea suffer double blow
Swansea duo Leon Britton and Marvin Emnes are set to miss the start of the new Premier League season through injury.
Langer completes Open cruise
Bernhard Langer shot a final round of 67 to cruise to an incredible 13-shot triumph at the Senior Open Championship at Royal Porthcawl.
Sigurdsson stars in Swansea win
Gylfi Sigurdsson shone in his first Swansea outing since returning to the club as Garry Monk's men won 4-0 at Plymouth.
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