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Bradford coach Francis Cummins feels the squad are capable of avoiding relegation despite being given a six-point deduction.
Batsman Trott determined to regain his England place.
Ulster say they will hold an internal investigation into the "alleged unauthorised absence" of forward Nick Williams.
Double world and Olympic champion Mo Farah is nominated for the Laureus World Sportsman of the year award.
England and Leicester centre Manu Tuilagi has recovered from his chest muscle injury and could face Newcastle on Sunday.
London Irish sign number eight Luke Narraway from Top 14 side Perpignan on a two-year contract.
Warrington forward Simon Grix will be out of action for "a number of weeks" with an ankle injury suffered in training.
Ex-world boxing champion Antonio Cermeno has been shot dead in Venezuela after being kidnapped earlier this week, Venezuelan officials confirm.
England's Justin Rose withdraws from this week's Honda Classic in Florida because of tendinitis in his right shoulder.
Britain's Andy Murray comes from a set down to beat Spain's Pablo Andujar in the first round of the Mexican Open.
Joe Root scores an unbeaten 104 as England beat a Vice-Chancellor's XI in their opening tour match in the West Indies.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says it is a "disgrace that somebody is recording a private conversation" after he appeared to criticise his strikers in a video broadcast on French television.
Top jockey Johnny Murtagh announces his retirement from race-riding to concentrate on his training career.
Jose Mourinho says it is a "disgrace" a private conversation in which he appeared to criticise his strikers was broadcast.
Louis Picamoles is dropped from France's squad for next week's match against Scotland for disrespecting a referee.
Adam Jones will "probably" stay in Wales as he chooses between staying an Osprey or signing a WRU central contract.
In his BBC column, prop Adam Jones says Wales will relish the Twickenham hostility when they meet England in the Six Nations
Ireland flanker Peter O'Mahony is expected to be fit for the Six Nations game with Italy despite a hamstring injury.
Leading Cheltenham Gold Cup contender Cue Card is ruled out of the showpiece meeting by trainer Colin Tizzard.
Derry's squad is boosted by the return of Ballinderry players Aaron Devlin, Ryan Bell and Gareth McKinless.