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Rory Gallagher believes his Donegal team can re-emphasise their All-Ireland credentials by beating Galway on Saturday.
Ulster's Iain Henderson says Ireland coach Joe Schmidt is giving little away over his selection to face Wales on 8 August.
With the Premiership season kicking off on Saturday, who are the players new to Scottish football to watch?
Gillingham and club chairman Paul Scally are fined £75,000 each for "race victimisation" by the FA, but both will appeal.
Premiership side Harlequins sign New Zealand-born back row Mathew Luamanu from Benetton Treviso.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's FA Women's Cup final between Chelsea Ladies and Notts County Ladies.
Notts County stand to lose money from playing in the Women's FA Cup, even if they win Saturday's final at Wembley.
Beijing is chosen to host the 2022 Winter Olympics, becoming the first city ever to host both a summer and winter games.
One Pro - the team founded by former England wicketkeeper Matt Prior - applies for a second-tier Pro-Continental licence.
From dealing with egos to speaking to the press, take our quiz to find out what kind of Premier League manager you would make.
Hull KR forward James Donaldson takes you behind-the-scenes at training ahead of their Challenge Cup semi-final against Warrington.
Tommy Coyle believes his professional experience will help him upset Luke Campbell in their WBC lightweight title eliminator.
Six years on from the death of Sir Bobby Robson, watch his emotional speech as he receives the Lifetime Achievement award at Sports Personality of the Year in 2007.
A selection of inspiring people, and their stories, taking part in the RideLondon-Surrey 100 cycling event on Sunday.
England bowler James Anderson is ruled out of the current and fourth Ashes Tests with a side strain.
Bolton are close to agreeing a new deal with Emile Heskey and signing Stephen Dobbie and Lawrie Wilson.
Jamie Peacock of Leeds Rhinos and Jon Wilkin of St Helens come face-to-face to preview their Challenge Cup semi-final.
The captains of all 18 Australian Rules football clubs call on fans to stop booing Sydney Swans player Adam Goodes amid a racism row.