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George Groves says his WBC eliminator against Christopher Rebrasse is more important than his defeat by Carl Froch.
Wales Women's hopes of qualifying for the 2015 World Cup are over after losing 1-0 away to Group 6 rivals Ukraine.
European captain Paul McGinley has no concerns over Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell's relationship ahead of the Ryder Cup.
Chris Rushworth takes 15 wickets in a day - including a season's best 9-52 - as Durham thrash Northants by an innings.
Billy Godleman's first Championship ton of the summer sets Derbyshire on their way to an eight-wicket victory at Surrey.
Saracens agree a deal to sign Romania international Catalin Fercu at the end of this month from Timisoara Saracens.
Wigan are treating their Super League qualifying final against Huddersfield as a "sudden death" game, says coach Shaun Wane.
The FA chairman Greg Dyke tells BBC Sport he wants to see only the best of foreign talent coming to England's top flight.
Cricket Ireland secures a major sponsorship deal with a conglomerate owned by Ireland's richest citizen Pallonji Mistry.
Wasps and Scotland fly-half Ruaridh Jackson is ruled out for between six and nine months with a serious knee injury.
FA chairman Greg Dyke wants the "chaotic" transfer system reformed in order to increase opportunities for English players.
Team news as Wigan host Huddersfield in Thursday's Super League play-off match at DW Stadium (20:00 BST).
A new treaty aimed at tackling match-fixing, which includes greater international co-operation, is to be introduced.
Head coach Anna Signeul vows Scotland will push Sweden all the way in Wednesday's World Cup qualifier in Gothenburg.
Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton will continue their world title battle at the Singapore Grand Prix this weekend.
Dagenham striker Adeoye Yusuff is still working as a waiter despite signing a full-time deal with the League Two club.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in talks with Cardiff City officials over his future after poor start to season.
Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola says that Manchester United do not have enough money to sign his players.
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany says Manchester City will need to be perfect to win the Champions League.