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Hamilton fastest in P2
Lewis Hamilton set the pace in Friday practice at the Malaysia GP despite a truncated day's running for the World Champion at Sepang.
Aljaz second best ranked Brit
Top-100 tennis player Aljaz Bedene has switched his allegiance from Slovenia to Great Britain and becomes the country’s second highest ranked player behind Andy Murray.
Byram talks up Leeds youth
Sam Byram made his Leeds debut as a teenager, and he is convinced that the power of youth can help him fulfil his goals at Elland Road.
Sturridge faces month absence
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge could be out of action for a month after a scan revealed he had suffered a ‘slight muscle tear’.
P1: Mixed fortunes at Mercedes
The Mercedes drivers suffered a Practice One of sharply contrasting fortunes at the Malaysia GP as Nico Rosberg set the pace while Lewis Hamilton ran into engine problems inside four laps.
Ko in contention as Lee leads
Mirim Lee struck a blemish-free opening round 65 to lead the Kia Classic, with world No 1 Lydia Ko two strokes back.
Hoffman ahead in Texas breeze
Charley Hoffman fired a five-under 67 in strong winds to hold a one shot first round lead at the Valero Texas Open.
Kearney extends New Zealand deal
Stephen Kearney will lead the Kiwis into the 2017 World Cup after the New Zealand Rugby League extended his contract by another two years.
Classy Venus going strong
Venus Williams began her 16th appearance at the WTA Miami Open by beating qualifier Urszula Radwanska in comfortable fashion 6-3 6-2.
Rooney 'unfazed' by record
Wayne Rooney is unfazed by the possibility of making history by overtaking Bobby Charlton's all-time England scoring record.
Hodgson happy with Kane plan
Roy Hodgson has changed his mind and insists he is happy for Harry Kane to travel with Tottenham to Australia on a post-season tour.
Magical MvG gains revenge
Michael van Gerwen produced a darting masterclass to gain sweet revenge over compatriot Raymond van Barneveld in the battle of the tungsten titans at the 3Arena in Dublin.
Injury forces Reeves out
Northern Ireland defender Ben Reeves has been forced to pull out of the squad to face Finland after picking up a calf injury in Wednesday's 1-0 friendly defeat to Scotland.
Lions' pride for Leicester
All change at the Lions this season after they picked up the wooden spoon last year in their debut season in the top flight, with only Jason Doyle remaining.
Del Potro beaten on return
Vasek Pospisil put a dampener on Juan Martin del Potro's big comeback with a 6-4 7-6 (9-7) first round win at the Miami Open on Thursday night.
Hammers' home comforts
As always with the Hammers they will be able to rely on terrific home form to give them a chance of the play-offs, but it's their away form that will need to improve should they want to become real contenders.
Terry eyes more trophies
Chelsea captain John Terry has set his sights on winning more trophies after signing a new deal at Stamford Bridge.
PL to share TV money
Premier League clubs have agreed to spend at least £1billion on causes outside the Premier League from 2016 to 2019 and to adopt a living wage for full-time employees by the start of 2016/17 season.
Hull struggles in Morocco
Defending champion Charley Hull struggled to an opening round of 74 at the Lalla Maryem Cup as Norway's Tonje Daffinrud and Finland's Ursula Wikstrom set the pace.
PL vote in new structure
Premier League clubs have voted unanimously to change the structure of the Premier League Board to consist of two independent non-executive directors and an executive chairman.
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