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Friday at the Games
England will aim to kick-start their track cycling campaign on the second day of competition at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Wright: A fairy-tale win
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright says his team’s dramatic Europa League victory over Swiss side FC Luzern was a ‘fairy-tale result’.
St Johnstone hold their nerve
St Johnstone goalkeeper Alan Mannus was the hero as the team progressed to the third qualifying round of the Europa League after a 5-4 penalty shoot-out win over FC Luzern.
Motherwell lose in extra-time
Motherwell crashed out of Europe at the first hurdle Stjarnan twice came from behind in Reykjavic to win 3-2 after extra-time.
Tigers snatch dramatic draw
Castleford ran in three tries in the final 13 minutes to grab a dramatic 18-18 draw against Hull at the KC Stadium.
McInnes buoyant after victory
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes was delighted his team justified his confidence with a 2-1 victory over FC Groningen.
Surrey clinch Lord's thriller
A T20 record crowd at Lord’s were treated to a grandstand finish as Surrey scrambled a single off the last ball to beat Middlesex by two-wickets.
Costa Rica coach Pinto quits
Costa Rica’s popular head coach Jorge Luis Pinto has quit.
Lancashire top North Group
Lancashire secured top spot in the NatWest T20 Blast North Division with a 27-run win against Durham at Emirates Old Trafford.
MVG moves into Blackpool semis
Michael van Gerwen made the semi-finals of the BetVictor World Matchplay for the second year running as he came through a titanic struggle with Dave Chisnall 16-12 to set-up a showdown with Australian Simon Whitlock.
Stuttgart: Ibisevic to stay
Stuttgart have warned potential suitors of Vedad Ibisevic that they have no intention of selling the striker.
Aussies set relay record
Australia’s women produced the marquee performance of the opening day of the Commonwealth Games as they set a new world record in the 4x100m freestyle relay.
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Home sides fall in qualifiers
Mike Jensen broke Sligo hearts as Rosenborg hit back to book their place in the third qualifying round of the Europa League.
See More Business passes away
The 1999 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner See More Business has passed away peacefully at the age of 24.
Cirstea suffers Swiss shock
Stefanie Voegele served up a second round shock as she dumped top seed Sorana Cirstea out of the Baku Cup.
Fognini into quarters
Number one seed Fabio Fognini marched into the quarter-finals of the Vegeta Croatia Open in Umag after coming through a tight first set.
O'Connor takes freestyle silver
England's Siobhan-Marie O'Connor took the 200m freestyle silver medal at the Commonwealth Games on Thursday evening.
Vidal 'not going to United'
Arturo Vidal has told the Italian press that he will not be going to Manchester United this summer, but admits he still does not know if he will be staying at Juventus and is waiting to hold talks over his future on Monday.
'Impossible' schedule - Wenger
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has criticised his side’s hectic pre-season schedule as bordering on the impossible.
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