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Walsall draw to end Wembley wait
Walsall ended their 127-year Wembley wait as they reached the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final following a 0-0 draw with Preston.
Allenby stands by story
Robert Allenby is standing by his story and hopes the authorities "get to the bottom" of his bruising ordeal in Honolulu.
West Indies seek tour solution
The West Indies Cricket Board is seeking ICC assistance in resolving the situation that ended their tour of India.
Rampant Rotherham blitz Bolton
Rotherham made a mockery of the Sky Bet Championship form book to earn a 4-2 home win over Bolton - only their second victory in 16 games.
Bent double beats Blackburn
Derby moved back up to second in the Sky Bet Championship as on-loan striker Darren Bent came off the bench to score two goals which earned them a hard-fought 2-0 win to deflate Blackburn.
Reading fail to breach Millwall
Millwall slipped further into Sky Bet Championship relegation trouble despite battling with 10 men to earn a 0-0 draw against Reading.
Goal-shy Wednesday held at home
Sheffield Wednesday failed to score for the eighth Sky Bet Championship home game this season as they were held to a 0-0 draw by Birmingham.
NHL legend Brodeur to retire
NHL legend Martin Brodeur has decided to call time on his record-breaking career.
Ghana and Algeria go through
Ghana beat South Africa 2-1 and Algeria won 2-0 against Senegal to book their places in the last eight of the Africa Cup of Nations, after both looked to be heading out of the tournament.
Chelsea edge semi-final thriller
Branislav Ivanovic's extra-time goal was enough to secure Chelsea's place in the Capital One Cup final as they beat Liverpool 1-0 on the night and 2-1 on aggregate.
Triolo D'Alene injury blow
Triolo D'Alene is "unlikely" to run in the Crabbie's Grand National at Aintree on April 11.
Fave Super Bowls
Take a trip down memory lane with as we select our five favourite Super Bowls from years gone by.
Three Bears slam Rangers board
The Three Bears consortium have criticised Rangers' decision to shun their offer in favour of a £10m loan deal from Sports Direct, a company owned by Newcastle owner Mike Ashley.
Scotland back at Hamilton
Hamilton have re-signed striker Jason Scotland three weeks to the day since his contract was terminated.
England recall thrills Easter
Harlequins No 8 Nick Easter is 'buzzing' to have been recalled by England ahead of the Six Nations campaign.
Northampton bring in Holmes
Northampton Town have completed the signing of Portsmouth winger Ricky Holmes on a free transfer.
Seahawks: The best ever?
The team they face on Sunday is one, the Dallas Cowboys were one in the 90s, San Francisco 49ers in the 80s and Pittsburgh Steelers the 70s. Will a win in Super Bowl XLIX cement the Seattle Seahawks as the new NFL dynasty?
Bojan out for the season
Stoke striker Bojan will miss the remainder of the season after sustaining a knee ligament injury against Rochdale in the FA Cup.
Sissoko: I see myself staying
Newcastle midfielder Moussa Sissoko is happy to stay at the club, despite rumours he is a target for Arsenal and Paris St Germain.
Court sends Taylor to hospital
IBF middleweight champion Jermain Taylor must undergo a mental evaluation, an Arkansas judge said on Tuesday.
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