rugby

Mitchell, CEO to co-coach Sale

Sale Sharks chief executive Steve Diamond has confirmed he, along with John Mitchell, will be in charge of the team for the remainder of a season that has started in the worst fashion.
football

Gerrard tips Sterling for stardom

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard says Raheem Sterling will soon establish himself as one of the Premier League's finest.
rugby

Chiefs add Filipo for title defence

Chiefs coach Dave Rennie confirmed four new players for next year's Super Rugby title defence when the final squad was announced on Wednesday.
football

Richards blow for Manchester City

Manchester City defender Micah Richards has been sidelined for eight weeks after undergoing knee surgery.
golf

Mickelson aims to bury Ryder Cup misery

Phil Mickelson hopes to bounce back at the WGC-HSBC Champions after suffering 'one of the biggest lows' of his career at the Ryder Cup.
football

Another setback for Adebayor

Tottenham assistant coach Steffen Freund says Emmanuel Adebayor is exasperated with his fitness struggles.
cricket

England fret over Finn injury

Steven Finn's tour of India could be over after the England fast bowler suffered a thigh injury in a warm-up match on Tuesday.
rugby

Robshaw returns to England helm

Chris Robshaw has been confirmed as England captain for the autumn Tests against Fiji, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand.
cricket

Redmond's twin tons get Otago home

Centuries in each innings to Aaron Redmond added weight to Otago's cause as they became the first outright victors of the 2012-13 Plunket Shield season in an eight-wicket defeat of Canterbury.
cricket

Donald: SA pace attack best ever

Former quick Allan Donald believes the current South African pace attack is the best the country has ever produced.
rugby

ARU has faith in review

The Australian Rugby Union are confident the findings of an independent review into the sport is the right way forward for the game and will ensure it stays in touch with rival codes.
other

Wiggins upgraded to Tour podium

Bradley Wiggins has been awarded a podium finish at the 2009 Tour de France after Lance Armstrong's disqualification.
cricket

Pace bowlers predicting 'fireworks'

Australian duo James Pattinson and Peter Siddle have predicted 'fireworks' in the first Test versus South Africa, which will be held at a traditionally fast bowler-friendly Gabba.
other

Cardinals fall to 49ers

The Arizona Cardinals slumped to their fourth straight loss after a 24-3 defeat to the San Francisco 49ers in the NFL on Monday.
football

Wenger serious about cup campaign

Arsene Wenger says his Arsenal side will fight for all five trophies on offer this season as they brace for a League Cup clash with Reading.
cricket

Latham to open in one-off Twenty20

Martin Guptill's temporary replacement at the top of New Zealand's Twenty20 batting order has come from an unlikely source in Tom Latham.
football

Police to look at Clattenburg complaint

London police say they will work with Chelsea and the Football Association after receiving a complaint about referee Mark Clattenburg.
other

Sonny Bill fight in doubt

Dual international Sonny Bill Williams admits next month's heavyweight bout with Francois Botha is in severe doubt after injuring himself playing rugby in Japan.
football

Phoenix button lips and accept

Wellington Phoenix have adopted a more conciliatory tone when accepting Ben Sigmund's one-match ban on Tuesday.
cricket

Redemption-seeking Ryder tons up

Jesse Ryder's first step towards cricketing redemption, at least in a tangible sense, resulted in his 11th first-class century in Wellington's Plunket Shield opener against Central Districts in Napier.
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