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Squash gold for Matthew
Nick Matthew retained his Commonwealth Games squash title after a rip-roaring five-set final against England team-mate James Willstrop.
Home nations heroes
We take a look at some of the female medallists representing the home nations who have lit up the Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014.
Women set for Rugby World Cup
The England women's rugby team have flown out to Paris as the countdown begins to their IRB Women's Rugby World Cup opener against Samoa at Marcoussis on Friday.
Peng clinches Nanchang title
China's Peng Shuai was pushed all the way by youthful compatriot Liu Fangzhou as she won the inaugural International Women's Open 6-2 3-6 6-3 in Nanchang.
Sunday's FA WSL round-up
Goals from Yuki Ogimi and Eni Aluko helped Chelsea beat Bristol Academy 2-1 to register their fourth consecutive league victory, moving them level on points with leaders Birmingham in the FA Women’s Super League.
Vos wins inaugural La Course
World and Olympic champion Marianne Vos won the inaugural edition of La Course by Le Tour de France in Paris as Britain’s Lizzie Armitstead saw her hopes of victory ended by a late crash.
Svitolina defends Baku Cup
Teenager Elina Svitolina successfully defended her Baku Cup crown with a straight-sets victory over Bojana Jovanovski in Azerbaijan.
Dyke: FA too white, too male
The Football Association risks becoming "increasingly irrelevant" if it continues as an "overwhelmingly male and white" organisation.
Fara targets win over City
Fara Williams says Liverpool Ladies head into Sunday's visit to Manchester City knowing three points are vital if they are to fulfil their aim of qualifying for next season's Women's Champions League.
Williams: Gerrard deal great
The new contract set to be handed to Steven Gerrard will give Liverpool supporters a huge boost ahead of the new season, according to Ladies midfielder Fara Williams.
MP wants United women's team
A South Manchester MP has spoken of his commitment to providing more opportunities in football for Manchester’s women.
Women's sport needs united front
Women’s participation in sport depends on co-operation between government and media, says the Women’s Sport and Fitness Foundation's Radha Balani.
In 2010 England went into the IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup hoping to finally lift the trophy that had been denied to them by losing the finals to New Zealand in 2002 and 2006.
Housby tipped to shine
England netballer Stacey Francis believes 'unknown quantity' Helen Housby has the ability and temperament to make an impact at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014.
Dowie: Sweden a tough test
Striker Natasha Dowie thinks next week's friendly against Sweden will be a good indicator of how much the England women's team has progressed under manager Mark Sampson.
Wednesday finish for Turkish Open
The 2015 Turkish Ladies Open will be the first tournament on any major golf tour to finish on a Wednesday, in a pioneering move aimed at boosting the profile of women’s golf.
Golden moment for duo
Great Britain's Morgan Lake and Dina Asher-Smith have both won gold medals at the World Junior Championships in Oregon.
Hutchinson now on her own
English rhythmic gymnast Lynne Hutchinson is preparing to go alone and find success at the Commonwealth Games.
Varnish: No cycling standouts
Jessica Varnish believes that the depth of England’s cycling team means there will be no single person dominating the event.
Sampson names England squad
Mark Sampson has announced his final 23-player England Women’s squad for next month’s international against Sweden.