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New Partick Thistle signing Mathias Pogba, older brother of Juventus star Paul, is keen to establish his own credentials.
Ross Moriarty, Tyler Morgan, Eli Walker and Dominic Day will win their first Wales caps in Saturday's World Cup warm-up match against Ireland.
The National Baseball Congress suspends the use of batboys and batgirls after the death of a nine-year-old boy.
Northants ask the England and Wales Cricket board about financial help, but deny reports that they require an emergency loan.
Your 10-point plan to guide your team to Premier League success, by last season's winner.
Aussie Rules footballer Adam Goodes makes himself available for Sydney Swans after fears he may quit because of booing.
Ross Murdoch wins bronze in the men's 100m breaststroke at the World Swimming Championships.
Douglas Park, part of the consortium had helped Dave King wrestle control, steps down from the Rangers board.
Everton defender John Stones should join Manchester United instead of Chelsea, says ex-United defender Rio Ferdinand.
Match of the Day pundit Danny Murphy says he cannot see any sides other than Chelsea and Manchester City contesting the Premier League title this season.
Wales scrum-half Mike Phillips says he must impress in the World Cup warm-up match against Ireland to keep his place in the squad.
Danny Cipriani will be available for the World Cup after being re-bailed following his arrest on suspicion of drink-driving.
New England netball coach Tracey Neville on expectation, ambition and why she could upstage her famous siblings by winning a World Cup.
Sport in the UK is facing a major overhaul in a bid to reverse disappointing participation figures and save the legacy of London 2012.
A head-to-head team event is required to end the "disjointed strategy" in women's golf and reap benefits from Asia's dominance.
Manchester United put in two £100m Bale bids, Chelsea target Tottenham's Rose, Sunderland near to double deal, plus more.
English top-flight clubs' spending reaches £500m with a month left of the window - and one expert predicts the record could be broken.
Brighton sign former striker Bobby Zamora on a one-year contract following his release by Queens Park Rangers.
Britons Heather Watson and Aljaz Bedene lose their respective first-round matches to wildcards Louisa Chirico and Dennis Novak.