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Cavalry Man comes through late on to win the Goodwood Cup, ahead of Ahzeemah and last year's winner Brown Panther.
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is still interested in a deal for QPR striker Loic Remy, after a move to Liverpool collapsed.
Northern Irish squash player Michael Craig tries to hit the ball with his hand after losing his racquet.
Hull Kingston Rovers sign Australian winger Ken Sio from Parramatta Eels on a three-year deal from next season.
Captain Alastair Cook says England's performance in the third Test against India was 'almost perfect'.
Former Celtic manager Neil Lennon believes Ronny Deila can recover from the 4-1 defeat to Legia Warsaw in Poland.
West Ham footballer Ravel Morrison is remanded in custody after two women were assaulted in Manchester and Salford.
An Australian weightlifter has been detained by police following an assault on a Welsh athlete in the Commonwealth Games athletes' village.
England beat Scotland 13-12 to win Commonwealth Games bronze in the lawn bowls open triples B6/B7/B8 at Kelvingrove.
Manchester United's £750m kit deal will be cut if they fail to qualify for the Champions League in consecutive seasons.
New Zealand's Linda Villumsen snatches cycling time trial gold from England's Emma Pooley by just six seconds at the Commonwealth Games.
Laura Keates, Natasha Hunt & Lydia Thompson will make World Cup debuts when England's 2014 campaign starts on Friday.
England's Emma Pooley wins silver in the women's cycling time trial at Glasgow 2014 as New Zealand's Linda Villumsen takes gold.
Police officers provide the entertainment at half-time in the Commonwealth Games men's hockey pool match between Malaysia and New Zealand.
Olivia Curran on fighting back from a devastating knee injury as a gymnast at Delhi 2010 to compete in the pole vault at Glasgow.
England's men's hockey team cruise to a 3-1 win over Canada to book a spot in the Commonwealth Games semi-finals at Glasgow 2014.
Stephen Craigan blames Mexico players for the fighting which marred the Milk Cup match against Northern Ireland.
Team Wales can be "delighted" to have surpassed their pre-Commonwealth Games medal target in Glasgow says chef de mission Brian Davies.