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Tote extends Galway sponsorship
Tote Ireland is to continue its sponsorship of the Galway Plate for a further three years until 2017.
Staying big guns in Irish Leger
Last year's winner Brown Panther and the unbeaten Forgotten Rules are two of the star names among 48 entries for the Palmerstown House Estate Irish St Leger at the Curragh on September 13.
QPR sign Luongo, Gladwin close
QPR have signed Swindon Town midfielder Massimo Luongo, who is set to be followed to Loftus Road by Ben Gladwin.
Brook warning for Khan
Kell Brook has told British rival Amir Khan time is running out for the two to meet in a battle of Britain world title clash.
Gill to snub FIFA if Blatter wins
David Gill will reject a place on FIFA's executive committee if Sepp Blatter is re-elected president on Friday.
Broken wrist for Colliver
Conditional jockey Joe Colliver is set for a spell on the sidelines after suffering a broken wrist in a fall at Cartmel on Wednesday.
UEFA will not boycott vote
UEFA has announced its members will vote in FIFA's presidential election on Friday, "the majority" for Prince Ali bin Al Hussein.
AT&T Byron Nelson leaders
Leaderboard updates from the first round of the AT&T Byron Nelson. Watch live on Sky Sports 4 from 9pm.
Guscoth out of England squad
Layla Guscoth has pulled out of England’s squad for this summer’s World Cup.
Ten players to leave Saints
Northampton have confirmed the departures of 10 players from their squad this summer after losing their Aviva Premiership play-off to Saracens.
Jones rewarded by Hartlepool
Young Hartlepool defender Dan Jones has signed a new contract with the League Two club.
Cook: Bayliss a great coup
Alastair Cook has hailed the worldwide experience of new England coach Trevor Bayliss, saying it is "a great coup" to have him onboard.
Gnanduillet weighing up future
Chesterfield manager Dean Saunders faces competition from the Indian I-League as he attempts to persuade Armand Gnanduillet to stay.
McIlroy hits 80 in first round
Rory McIlroy is in danger of missing the cut in his home event for the third year running after a nightmare first round at the Irish Open.
Holmes seals Exeter return
Lee Holmes has made a permanent switch to Exeter after impressing on loan at St James Park last season.
O'Hara signs new Killie deal
Teenager Mark O'Hara has signed a two-year extension with Kilmarnock.
Watson to assist Sheringham
Kevin Watson will be Teddy Sheringham's assistant at Stevenage, the League Two have confirmed.
Nishikori handed walkover
Japanese fifth seed Kei Nishikori reached the French Open fourth round when his scheduled last-32 opponent Benjamin Becker withdrew with a shoulder injury.
Bradford keen to keep Parkinson
Bradford have turned down an approach from League One rivals Sheffield United to speak to manager Phil Parkinson.
Cole announces West Ham exit
Carlton Cole has confirmed that he has been released by West Ham for a second time.
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