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Seamers Graham Onions and Chris Rushworth share eight wickets for Durham, who end day two 275 runs ahead of Somerset.
Wigan make it a memorable Easter period with a convincing 15-try demolition of bottom club Bradford Bulls.
Top-scorer Charlie Austin's late winner helps QPR beat Watford to secure their place in the Championship play-offs.
Thousands of runners take to the streets of Boston as it honours those killed and injured in a bomb attack last year at the marathon's finish line.
BBC Sport pundits Robbie Fowler and Robbie Savage look ahead to the Champions League semi-finals featuring Atletico Madrid v Chelsea and Real Madrid v Bayern Munich.
Former BBC racing presenter and commentator Julian Wilson dies aged 73 following a long illness.
Barry Geraghty wins the Irish Grand National for the first time by steering 8-1 favourite Shutthefrontdoor to victory.
Captain Kevin Brown inspires Widnes Vikings to only their second Super League era victory against St Helens at the Select Security Stadium.
Great Britain recover from World Championship Division 1 Group B opening defeat to beat Romania 4-1 in Lithuania.
Scot Jamie Burnett reveals he no longer enjoys snooker as Joe Perry knocks him out of the World Championship.
England wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow is disappointed he will not get to team up with Kevin Pietersen again in the England side.
Mark Selby produces a spectacular pot in his first-round clash with Michael White at the World Championships.
Sebastian Vettel's tough season continues but Fernando Alonso leads the way in a Ferrari revival, says David Coulthard
Ulster prop Declan Fitzpatrick is released from a Glasgow hospital after treatment for an irregular heartbeat.
BBC F1 pit-lane reporter Tom Clarkson explains how the Chinese Grand Prix finished one lap early after an official waved the chequered flag in error.
Ken Doherty beats Stuart Bingham and progresses to the World Snooker Championship second round for the first time in eight years.
Mark Chapman is joined by Danny Murphy and Martin Keown for this week's Match of the Day 3, to discuss whether certain managers are winning matches this season.
Ronnie O'Sullivan makes a maximum 147 break in the quickest time recorded, five minutes 20 seconds.
Chelsea's Fernando Torres can expect a hero's return to Atletico Madrid on Tuesday - and may yet end up back there permanently
BBC Sport counts down 100 of the greatest World Cup moments, as the 2014 tournament in Brazil draws nearer.