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Palace comeback downs Everton
Crystal Palace came from behind to beat Everton 3-2 at Goodison Park and pick up their first win of the Premier League campaign.
Kerry minors end drought
Kerry ended a 20-year wait for an All-Ireland minor title with a 0-17 to 1-10 victory over Donegal at Croke Park.
Big show from Krypton Factor
A review of the action from Hamilton Park, where Krypton Factor gave rookie trainer George Peckham his first winner.
Man Utd: Case for the defence
After last weekend’s procession over Queens Park Rangers had been billed as a new dawn for Manchester United, Sunday’s shocking 5-3 defeat at Leicester City provided the ultimate reality check.
Luiten takes Wales Open title
Joost Luiten survived a late wobble to clinch a one-shot victory at the ISPS Handa Wales Open.
FA WSL: Everton in the mire
Everton’s relegation worries deepened as their final home game of the season ended in a 3-0 defeat to Continental Cup finalists Manchester City.
Van Gaal shocked by heavy loss
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal was left stunned as Leicester City produced a remarkable comeback to defeat his side 5-3 at the King Power Stadium.
Hamilton: 'I am still chasing'
Lewis Hamilton says he still feels like he is playing catch-up in the World Championship despite climbing to the summit with victory in Singapore.
Goffin claims Metz title
David Goffin claimed the Moselle Open title with a 6-4 6-3 victory over Joao Sousa in Metz.
Vettel: Second lucky enough
Sebastian Vettel reckoned there was nothing he could have done to beat Lewis Hamilton to Singapore GP victory - the German conceding that Red Bull were “fortunate enough” to finish second and third on bold two-stop strategies.
Ajax claimed a 1-0 win over fierce foes Feyenoord but PSV Eindhoven remained top of the Eredivisie after a convincing win at home.
Pearson hails superb Leicester
Leicester manager Nigel Pearson paid tribute to his side as his promoted side scored four times in 20 minutes to cap a thrilling comeback against Manchester United.
Bryan Cooper nearing comeback
Bryan Cooper is back riding out and could return to racecourse action in a few weeks following a horror fall at the Cheltenham Festival.
Button: Sixth was on the cards
A dejected Jenson Button says he was on course for a sixth place finish in Singapore before his car cut out eight laps from the end.
McNamara plays down position
Dundee United manager Jackie McNamara felt his team were a ‘constant threat’ as they went top of the Scottish Premiership with a 4-1 derby win at Dundee.
Smullen brings up the century
Pat Smullen reached 100 winners in a season for the first time as Brooch denied British raider Regardez in the feature Denny Cordell Lavarack & Lanwades Stud Fillies Stakes at Gowran Park.
Pochettino bemoans slow start
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino was left frustrated with his side’s slow start to the game as they fell to a 1-0 defeat at home to West Brom.
BMC win world team time trial
Team Sky narrowly missed out on a medal as BMC Racing claimed victory in the men’s team time trial on the opening day of the UCI Road World Championships in Spain.
Vardy bullish after victory
Jamie Vardy declared Leicester fearful of no-one after helping Nigel Pearson's side claim a thrilling 5-3 fightback victory over Manchester United.
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