cricket

Matt Henry hits the headlines as New Zealand beats India

Matt Henry starred on his one-day international debut on Friday as New Zealand defeated India by 87 runs to wrap up a 4-0 series win.
cricket

Australia hammer England in second T20I

Australia thrashed England by eight wickets in Friday's second Twenty20 at the MCG to clinch a third-consecutive series victory.
rugby

France not favourites, insists Saint-Andre

France coach Philippe Saint-Andre has laughed off suggestions his side are favourites for the forthcoming Six Nations.
cricket

Dhoni confident in India's batsmen

India's MS Dhoni has backed the nation's one-day international batsmen to recover from their mixed form.
cricket

Six contenders to replace Flower

Following news of Andy Flower's departure as England team director, we take a look at six possible contenders to replace the Zimbabwean.
cricket

England want to forget about cricket for a while, says Broad

Stuart Broad admits the England cricket team are looking forward to going home and "forgetting about cricket for a while".
rugby

Moli keen to take his chances in 2014

Liaki Moli has more reason than most to be looking forward to the 2014 rugby season.
nba

The Buzzer Beater - Friday

The Indiana Pacers suffered a shock loss at home to the Phoenix Suns on Friday, while Andrew Bogut produced his best game in some time as the Warriors beat the Clippers.
nba

All-Star reserves announced

The rosters for the 2014 NBA All-Star Game in New Orleans were completed with the announcement of the reserves for both teams.
cricket

UAE, Scotland qualify for World Cup and play minors final

Scotland and the United Arab Emirates became the last two qualifiers for next year's Cricket World Cup in Australasia when they won their last Super Six games in the qualifying tournament in New Zealand.
cricket

Auckland make Otago pay at Eden Park

Bowling first sometimes brings rewards but on other occasions it can lead to long days in the field.
rugby

Super Rugby clubs battling financial woes

The Waratahs are not the only Super Rugby team with money woes, with Melbourne Rebels and Western Force also battling financial instability.
league

Wayne Ulugia sacked by North Queensland Cowboys

North Queensland have run out of patience with Wayne Ulugia, sacking the young winger for repeated breaches of the club's code of conduct.
motorsport

Ogier focused on WRC title

Defending World Rally Champion Sebastien Ogier has his sights set on back-to-back titles after winning the opening round in Monte Carlo.
rugby

France and England call on new faces

Philippe Saint-Andre and Stuart Lancaster have put their faith in uncapped players for Saturday's Six Nations opener in Paris.

Shanks says 'No' to Glasgow, Rio

Double world champion and Commonwealth Games gold medalist Alison Shanks is retiring from cycling.
tennis

Vesnina through in Pattaya Open as Lisicki withdraws

Elena Vesnina booked her place in the Pattaya Open quarter-finals as Sabine Lisicki and Svetlana Kuznetsova both withdrew through injury.
football

Ramos could play on for another decade

Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos has not ruled out playing on for another 10 years a decade on from his La Liga debut.
golf

McIlroy storms into Dubai lead

Former world number one Rory McIlroy shot a stunning nine-under 63 to take a two-shot lead at the Dubai Desert Classic on Thursday.
cricket

Sri Lanka crush Bangladesh

Sri Lanka wrapped up their second biggest Test win with an innings and 254-run triumph against Bangladesh in the series opener in Dhaka.
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