The latest stories from the Sport section of the BBC Sport web site.
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Football League clubs back proposals for Premier League B teams to participate in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
BBC Sport tells the story of Beryl Burton, the cyclist and housewife who set a record at the 1967 UK National Time Trial which still stands today.
Les Hutchison's Motherwell takeover could be the difference between relegation and survival, says Stuart McCall.
Joel Taggart and Chris Morgan discuss the Irish Cup quarter-final action.
Chelsea and Everton have both been fined £30,000 by the FA for failing to control their players.
Violinist Vanessa-Mae attempts to overturn her four-year skiing ban at the Court of Arbitration for Sport on Tuesday.
Brendan Rodgers says he is "wary" of the threat posed by Burnley as Liverpool prepare to face the Sean Dyche's committed side.
Hull City manager Steve Bruce says a seven-point gap between his side and the relegation zone would be "huge" as they prepare to face Sunderland.
Holding the 2022 Fifa World Cup in the winter would benefit the Commonwealth Games, says the CGF president.
Alex Cuthbert, Justin Tipuric, Scott Williams and Rhys Priestland are among 12 players released by Wales to their regions this week.
Hull manager Steve Bruce says Stoke midfielder Stephen Ireland should have been sent off before his injury on Saturday.
Swansea City midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson is fit to face former club Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday night.
Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's Championship game between Rotherham United and Cardiff City.
Retired prop Adam Jones could have had an important part to play for Wales against Ireland says ex-coach Mike Ruddock.
Torquay United goalkeeper Jordan Seabright has quit football to become a car salesman in his home town of Poole.
Former Formula 1 driver Max Chilton will compete in this year's Le Mans 24-Hour race after joining the Nissan team.
Police launch an investigation after reports of racist and abusive behaviour from a group of Chelsea fans on a train from London to Manchester.
A superb behind-the-back pass from Rangi Chase sets up Salford's Josh Griffin to score in the Super League Show's Try of the Week.