motorsport

Marquez fights off Lorenzo challenge to win at Silverstone

Marc Marquez emerged victorious from a fascinating duel with Jorge Lorenzo to return to the top step of the podium at the British MotoGP.
nba

Australia comfortably notch first World Cup win

A hot start has helped to propel the Boomers to their maiden victory of the 2014 FIBA World Cup, downing Korea 89-55.
nba

Australia comfortably notch first World Cup win

A hot start has helped to propel the Boomers to their maiden victory of the 2014 FIBA World Cup, downing Korea 89-55.
cricket

Clarke aggravates hamstring injury

Australia captain Michael Clarke had to retire hurt after suffering another injury setback in Sunday's one-day international with Zimbabwe.
basketball

Gasol wants Spain to keep improving

Pau Gasol believes Spain have plenty of room to improve after they began the FIBA Basketball World Cup with an easy win over Iran.
football

Wenger: Campbell going nowhere

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says Joel Campbell will not be leaving the club on loan despite plenty of interest in the striker.
football

Napoli complete signing of Espanyol midfielder Lopez

Napoli have completed the signing of Espanyol midfielder David Lopez on a five-year-contract.
football

Huddlestone delighted by Dawson capture

Tom Huddlestone believes Hull City have pulled off a significant coup by signing his former Tottenham team-mate Michael Dawson.
football

Hertha bring in Kalou

Hertha Berlin have completed the signing of Ivory Coast international Salomon Kalou on a three-year deal.
football

Pardew urges Aarons to build on early promise

Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew has challenged teenager Rolando Aarons to build on a promising start to his senior career.
cricket

Roy the boy for England

Surrey's Jason Roy has received a maiden England call-up for next Sunday's one-off Twenty20 international against India at Edgbaston.

Elshorbagy holds off Gaultier to claim Hong Kong title

Egypt's Mohamed Elshorbagy clinched his first Hong Kong Open title on Sunday with an enthralling victory over Gregory Gaultier.
football

Roma out to annoy Juve, says De Rossi

Roma vice-captain Daniele De Rossi has spoken of his side's intention to "annoy" champions Juventus in the Serie A title race.
football

City wait on Fernando injury update

Manchester City are waiting to discover the extent of a groin injury picked up by Fernando in Saturday's 1-0 loss to Stoke City.
football

Balotelli misses out on Conte's first Italy squad

Antonio Conte has left striker Mario Balotelli out of his first Italy squad for fixtures against the Netherlands and Norway.
rugby

Tasman hold Auckland, Taranaki thrash Bay of Plenty

Auckland and Tasman battled to a 16-16 draw in their third-round ITM Cup clash at Eden Park.
football

Costa at the centre of Goodison controversy

Roberto Martinez and Jose Mourinho expressed contrasting opinions over the conduct of Diego Costa in Chelsea's 6-3 win over Everton.
league

Warriors hammer outclassed Titans

The Warriors kept their hopes of finishing in the eight alive with a domineering 42-0 win over the Gold Coast Titans that probably should have been a bigger victory.
league

Last gasp winner for Manly in thriller

Manly have pulled off one of the great escapes, scoring a try with just over a minute left to beat a brave Penrith 26-25 at a packed Brookvale Oval.
football

Monk: Forty points remains the goal

Swansea City manager Garry Monk says hitting 40 Premier League points remains the priority despite a flying start to the season.
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