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Gloucester director of rugby David Humphreys is pleased by the squad he has inherited at Kingsholm.
Tim Bresnan's four-wicket haul sets up Yorkshire's six-wicket One-Day Cup victory over Worcestershire.
Defender John Stones pens a new five-year deal. becoming the latest player to commit his future to the Merseyside club.
Ten years on from the Athens Olympics, organisers admit there's little sign of a lasting legacy with many of the venues empty.
Didier Drogba is backed by Chelsea team-mate John Terry to be a success on his return to the Premier League.
Donegal boss Jim McGuinness says putting the county's club championship on hold this year has been crucial for his team.
Preview followed by live coverage of Friday's Championship opener between Blackburn Rovers and Cardiff City.
Batley Bulldogs player Lee Paterson is charged with using homophobic abuse against another player.
Hannah Miley says Commonwealth Games success has spurred her on to compete at the Rio Olympics.
Arsenal await the Champions League play-off draw as they bid to reach group stage for 15th time in a row.
Arsene Wenger says Arsenal have received offers for Thomas Vermaelen and that Manchester United could be one of them.
The traditional Indian sport of kabaddi looks to raise its international profile this weekend as the World Kabaddi League visits London for the first time.
Double Olympic and world champion Mo Farah will race at the 2014 Great North Run half-marathon.
England wing Lydia Thompson will miss the World Cup with a groin injury and is replaced by Natasha Brennan.
David Luiz says that he has recovered from Brazil's World Cup disaster as he is unveiled at Paris St-Germain.
Fran Halsall, Ross Murdoch and Jazz Carlin head a British squad of 23 for the European Championships.
The football season begins on Friday and the BBC will provide extensive coverage across TV, radio and online.
Glamorgan suffer two defeats but can still qualify for the Royal London One-Day Cup knockout stages, says Mark Wallace.
Former Premier League referee Howard Webb will explain key decisions to fans as part of his new role as technical director of the official referees' association.