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Hansen hails centurion Nonu
All Blacks coach Steven Hansen has paid tribute to centurion Ma'a Nonu after the centre marked his 100th New Zealand cap with a try.
Tuilagi ban cut to two weeks
World Cup chiefs have slashed Samoa wing Alesana Tuilagi's five-week ban, but he will still miss Saturday's World Cup clash with Scotland.
Papers: Man Utd track Mane
A round-up of some of the stories on Saturday's backpages, with Southampton star Sadio Mane back on Manchester United's radar.
Caley reject Hughes' approach
Inverness have turned down an approach from Dundee United for manager John Hughes.
England talking points
England made it nine wins from nine games with a dominant 2-0 victory over Estonia at Wembley on Friday night.
Walcott is improving
Theo Walcott’s calm finish against Estonia is just the latest reminder of his goalscoring capabilities, writes Adam Bate.
World Grand Prix final preview
World No 1 Michael van Gerwen will attempt to make it a hat-trick of World Grand Prix titles when he takes on Robert Thornton in Saturday night's final - live on Sky Sports 1 HD at 8.30pm.
Coleman considered his position
Wales boss Chris Coleman has revealed that he considered walking away from the role after losing 6-1 in Serbia three years ago.
Hodgson hails 'important' Barkley
Roy Hodgson says Ross Barkley is developing into an important player after his man of the match performance against Estonia.
Silva injured as Spain qualify
Spain and Switzerland stamped their tickets for France next summer in their penultimate games European Qualifying, but there was a worry for Manchester City's David Silva.
Hodgson to rest five players
England will rest five players for their final Euro 2016 qualifier against Lithuania following the 2-0 win over Estonia.
WATCH: Cazorla at the double
Santi Cazorla's double helped Spain to a 4-0 win Luxembourg as they secured qualification to Euro 2016.
MVG sets up Thornton final
Michael van Gerwen stormed through to the World Grand Prix final in Dublin where he will meet Robert Thornton on Saturday night.
All Blacks thump brave Tonga
Ma'a Nonu celebrated his 100th New Zealand cap with a try as they thrashed Tonga 47-9 at St James' Park.
Lancaster urges RFU over review
Stuart Lancaster has called on the Rugby Football Union to conduct their review into England's World Cup "privately and confidentially" following a report that Nick Mallett had been approached over the role of head coach.
WATCH: Zlatan penalty miss
Zlatan Ibrahimovic fluffed his lines from the penalty spot in Sweden's win over Liechtenstein.
Aguero suffers grade-two tear
Sergio Aguero suffered grade-two muscle tear while playing for Argentina and could face up to eight weeks on the sidelines
England player ratings
Terry Butcher gives us his player ratings from England's European Qualifiers clash with Estonia at Wembley on Friday night.
England make it nine in a row
England made it nine wins from nine in Group E as they continued their charge to Euro 2016 with a 2-0 win over Estonia.
O'Brien planning Bomb strike
Hit It A Bomb could be bound for the Breeders' Cup after he stepped up to Listed company with an impressive victory in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Star Appeal Stakes at Dundalk.
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- Jurgen Klopp agrees to become new Liverpool manager
- Daniel Ricciardo says Red Bull are right to demand engine equality
- 'Red Bull will quit F1 if they don't get a competitive engine in 2016'