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Wenger opposes player quota
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes introducing a quota-based system to the Premier League would be counter-productive.
Walker impresses in Texas
American Jimmy Walker shot a second round 67 to lead at the halfway stage at the Valero Texas Open on Friday.
Leinster, Glasgow draw thriller
Leinster and Glasgow Warriors earned three points apiece at the end of an enthralling 34-34 Guinness PRO12 draw at the RDS.
Wigan thrash Wakefield
Anthony Gelling grabbed a hat-trick of tries as Wigan bounced back to winning ways by thrashing Wakefield 52-10 at the DW Stadium.
Gale stars in Castleford win
Luke Gale scored twice in a man-of-the-match performance as Castleford made it back-to-back wins for the first time this season with a 20-14 success over Hull FC at the Mend-A-Hose Jungle.
Triple injury blow for England
Raheem Sterling, Leighton Baines and James Milner will not play in Tuesday's friendly in Italy with Danny Welbeck also a concern after picking up knocks in the win against Lithuania.
Giants end Wolves hoodoo
Aaron Murphy scored two tries as Huddersfield ended their hoodoo against bogey side Warrington but Danny Brough was the star in the Giants' 29-10 win at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.
Newport win to climb to sixth
Newport stole a march on their Sky Bet League Two play-off rivals and moved up to sixth by beating Accrington 2-0 at the Store First Stadium on Friday night.
Marquez is fastest in Qatar
World champion Marc Marquez led the way in all three free practice sessions ahead of Sunday's season-opening Qatar MotoGP.
WATCH: Zlatan's bizarre goal
Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored a bizarre opening goal for Sweden as they beat Moldova 2-0 in the European Qualifiers.
Bonnaire and Sheridan to move
Clermont's back-row forward Julien Bonnaire has officially signed a two-year contract with Lyon, while Irish centre Eamonn Sheridan has penned a deal with Top 14 rivals US Oyonnax.
Nocera leads, Hull survives
Gwladys Nocera charged into the halfway lead at the Lalla Meryem Cup as defending champion Charley Hull scraped into the weekend with nothing to spare.
Teenager Bellis targets Serena
American CiCi Bellis cannot wait to face Serena Williams after the teenager eased through round two at the Miami Open.
WATCH: Ince on Tom's withdrawal
Paul Ince explains Tom's decision to pull out of the England Under-21 squad, saying his son would like to concentrate on making a career in the Premier League.
Murray too strong for Young
Andy Murray eased into the third round of the Miami Open with a 6-4 6-2 victory over Donald Young.
Ramsay shines in Morocco
Richie Ramsay fired the best round of the day to earn a share of the halfway lead at the Trophee Hassan II in Morocco.
Sky Sports Living for Sport Awards
The Sky Sports Living for Sport Awards will be staged this weekend to recognise the outstanding achievements of students and teachers in Great Britain and Ireland.
Peacock handed Hull KR role
Former England captain Jamie Peacock will join the staff at Hull Kingston Rovers for the 2016 season in a new role as football manager.
Thomas: I can't believe it
Geraint Thomas admitted he was in a state of disbelief after claiming the biggest win of his road racing career at the Belgian cobbled classic E3 Harelbeke.
Hearts v Queen of South preview
Hearts will celebrate winning promotion back to the Scottish Premiership after their match with Queen of the South on Saturday.
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