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'Hughes legacy will drive us'
Australia skipper Michael Clarke says the team will do everything they can to honour the memory of Phillip Hughes.
Newcastle run stuns Pardew
Manager Alan Pardew has admitted Newcastle's six-game winning streak has come as a surprise even to him.
Burgess a centre 'for now'
Sam Burgess has revealed he'll stay at centre 'for now' having made his long-awaited rugby union debut in Bath's 25-6 win over Harlequins.
Irvine: Arsenal vulnerable
West Brom manager Alan Irvine hopes Arsenal's gung-ho attitude will be their undoing at The Hawthorns on Saturday.
Tisdale grounded after win
Paul Tisdale refused to get carried away after his sharp-shooting Exeter side put Accrington to the sword in a thrilling 3-2 win.
Munster hold on to beat Ulster
Munster climbed to the top of the Guinness PRO12 table after defeating rivals Ulster 21-20 at Thomond Park.
Sheffield United held at home
Notts County preserved their unbeaten away record but were denied a win at Bramall Lane as Sheffield United grabbed a late 1-1 draw.
Anscombe hurt in Cardiff win
Cardiff Blues beat Treviso to secure their second PRO12 win of the season but were hit by an injury to Gareth Anscombe on his home debut.
Low-key day for Frankel foals
Expected fireworks at Tattersalls in Newmarket on Friday failed to materialise as three Frankel foals met with differing fortunes.
Spectacular City see off Stanley
Exeter scored three spectacular goals to move level with the League Two play-off places having edged a 3-2 thriller at Accrington.
Burgess debuts as Bath cruise
Sam Burgess made his long-awaited rugby union debut as Bath moved top of the Aviva Premiership with a 25-6 win at the Recreation Ground.
Rice wins NFL ban appeal
Running back Ray Rice is available to play again after winning the appeal against his indefinite suspension, the NFL's players' union revealed on Friday.
Classy City punish Peterborough
Bristol City moved four points clear at the top of Sky Bet League One after cruising to a 3-0 win at Peterborough on Friday night.
Koeman eyes 'special' season
Manager Ronald Koeman believes Southampton can continue to thrive this season and is relishing the chance to take on the Premier League big boys.
O'Neill: Keane needs a rest
Republic of Ireland boss Martin O'Neill believes burnout may have caused Roy Keane to leave his job as Aston Villa assistant manager.
Fans banned from Twickenham
Two fans have been banned from all matches at Twickenham for two years following an investigation into anti-gay abuse aimed at referee Nigel Owens during a game.
Salford promise to pay Long
Salford have promised to pay Sean Long any outstanding wages owed from his time as a coaching consultant.
Wright targets more Cup glory
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright is hopeful his men can begin their defence of the Scottish Cup by beating Ross County on Saturday.
Bent reveals Villa frustration
Darren Bent insisted he had to leave Aston Villa after too many "slaps in the face".
Motherwell v Dundee Utd preview
Dundee United midfielder John Rankin has failed to recover from a knee injury in time for Saturday's Scottish Cup trip to Motherwell.
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