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Hawkins survives Selt scare
World No 5 Barry Hawkins was pushed all the way by Matthew Selt before edging a final-frame decider to make the second round of the World Championship.
Vlaar may stay at Villa
Aston Villa defender Ron Vlaar has revealed he may sign a new contract to remain at the club beyond this summer.
Wolves wrap up home victory
Freddie Lindgren and Ricky Wells produced late heroics as Wolverhampton Wolves claimed a 52-38 win over Lakeside Hammers in the Elite League.
Chelsea take FA Youth Cup lead
Tammy Abraham scored twice as Chelsea beat Manchester City 3-1 in the first leg of the FA Youth Cup final at the Etihad Campus.
Botham: England must drop Trott
Sir Ian Botham believes Jonathan Trott should be left out by England for the second Test against the West Indies, which starts on Tuesday.
Cruden' World Cup heartbreak
New Zealand fly-half Aaron Cruden says it felt like he had been shot when he ruptured his cruciate ligament during Friday's 26-9 Super Rugby victory over the Crusaders.
Gallagher wins cup for Saints
Sam Gallagher’s mesmerizing winning goal handed 10-man Southampton the Under-21 Premier League Cup with a 2-1 extra-time win over Blackburn.
Nadal: No Djokovic concerns
Rafael Nadal insists Novak Djokovic does not pose more of a threat to his reign at the French Open, despite his defeat by the Serb at the Monte Carlo Masters.
Man Utd return for Van Persie
Manchester United striker Robin van Persie got an hour's play under his belt on Monday night in his first game since February 21.
Gambhir steers Kolkata to win
Gautam Gambhir hit a half century as Kolkata Knight Riders cruised to a six-wicket win over Delhi Daredevils in the Indian Premier League.
Paterson faces ban for strike
Salford forward Cory Paterson has been charged with intentional striking during his side's 22-18 Ladbrokes Challenge Cup defeat at Leigh.
Sky Live: West Indies v England
England are likely to make one change to their starting XI for the second Test against West Indies in Grenada, which starts on Tuesday.
Revista: Pepe for Modric?
Carlo Ancelotti should consider playing Pepe in central midfield for Real Madrid's crucial Champions League second-leg against Atletico Madrid, says Guillem Balague.
Burnett close on new deal
Manager Wayne Burnett has revealed he is close to signing a new deal at Dagenham.
Cook: My game has improved
England captain Alastair Cook claims he is still improving as a batsman, despite his long wait for a Test hundred.
Shepherd: Fans should back club
Former Newcastle United chairman Freddy Shepherd has called on fans to get behind the club, not boycott it.
Leigh drawn against Wakefield
Championship leaders Leigh will be targeting another upset after being drawn away to Super League strugglers Wakefield in the sixth round of the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup.
Robinson hails former Burton duo
Burton chairman Ben Robinson has hails the parts played by Gary Rowett and Nigel Clough in the club's rise to League One.
D1: Lees ton lifts Yorkshire
Alex Lees scored exactly 100 as Yorkshire made a steady reply to Nottinghamshire’s 428 in their LV= County Championship Division One match at Trent Bridge.
Brown close to Southend deal
Southend manager Phil Brown has revealed he is "close" to penning a new deal at Roots Hall.
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