Vinny Codrington has insisted the Chris Rogers controversy was not a factor in his decision to resign as Middlesex CEO.
Tiger Woods safely made the cut at the Greenbrier Classic, but still lost his cool after a wayward tee-shot at the 17th.
Diego Poyet is determined to establish himself in Slaven Bilic's West Ham side this season and avoid another loan spell.
Australia moved through to the final of the Hockey World League tournament after defeating Great Britain 3-1.
St Helens coach Keiron Cunningham was left "disgusted" after losing 46-18 away to Leeds Rhinos in Super League on Friday.
Sunderland have completed the signing of defender Adam Matthews from Celtic for a fee of £2m.
Brendon McCullum smashed an unbeaten 158 to help Birmingham Bears defeat Derbyshire and set a T20 record in the process.
Heather Watson rued the missed opportunity to topple Serena Williams but said she now knows she can beat the world's best.
France's two-time world champion Sebastien Ogier claimed the lead after Friday's eight stages in the Rally of Poland.
Gala Leon has been fired as the coach of Spain's Davis Cup side by the new president of the Spanish tennis federation.
Newly-British sprinter Zharnel Hughes posted the fastest 200m heat time at the British Championships.
Micah Richards says his best years are ahead of him after he was unveiled by Aston Villa following his move on a Bosman.
Leeds Rhinos demolished St Helens 46-18 at Headingley to extend their lead at the top of the Super League table.
Former England wicketkeeper Bob Taylor is in hospital awaiting a heart bypass operation after suffering a heart attack.
Heather Watson excites the nation, Maria Sharapova is rubbish at bowling and five things we learned on day five.
Castleford Tigers have been given the green light to move to a new stadium at Five Towns Park.
FIFPro, the world footballers' union, will welcome female players as direct members.
Australia captain Michael Clarke had mixed emotions after the third day of the tourists' match against Essex.
Chelsea went viral with their head tennis effort, but St Johnstone have trumped it with this amazing 49-header bin challenge rally.
Alex Peters fired a course-record equalling 63 to move two strokes clear of Charley Hull at the Ladies European Masters.