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Price confident Scotland can end long wait for Twickenham win over England

Ali Price insists Scotland will march on Twickenham determined to end more than three decades of failure against England in London.

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Harry Kane nets another hat-trick as rampant Spurs put Stoke to the sword

Harry Kane scored a first-half hat-trick as Tottenham battered Stoke 4-0 and climbed up to second in the Premier League table.

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I'm a clean athlete, says Sir Mo Farah

Sir Mo Farah insists he is "a clean athlete who has never broken the rules" after fresh allegations were published about his coach Alberto Salazar.

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Jamie Vardy joins Kasper Schmeichel in denying involvement in Ranieri sacking

Jamie Vardy has joined Kasper Schmeichel in denying any involvement in Claudio Ranieri's sacking as Leicester boss.

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Michael Jamieson retires after opening up on battle with depression

Olympic silver-medallist Michael Jamieson has retired from competitive swimming.

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Amir Khan and Manny Pacquiao announce April 23 bout

Amir Khan will fight Manny Pacquiao on April 23 in a "super fight" both men have announced on Twitter.

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England frustrated by Italy's refusal to contest ruck

England trailed Italy 10-5 at half-time of Sunday's RBS 6 Nations clash at Twickenham.

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Scotland flanker John Hardie to miss remainder of Six Nations with knee injury

Scotland have suffered another injury blow to their RBS 6 Nations campaign after it was confirmed John Hardie will miss the Dark Blues' final two games of the Championship.

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Home favourite Fichardt lands fifth European Tour crown at Joburg Open

South Africa's Darren Fichardt held his nerve to win a fifth European Tour title and continue home dominance of the Joburg Open, which had been reduced to 54 holes due to bad weather.

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Scotland head coach Vern Cotter proud of long-awaited win over Wales

Vern Cotter hailed Scotland's second-half fightback against Wales as his ever-improving line-up kept hopes of a first Triple Crown in 27 years alive.

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Jason Roy has plenty to smile about after helping England win tour opener

Jason Roy had plenty to smile about after helping to set up England's 117-run win over a UWI Vice-Chancellor's XI in the first warm-up match on their tour of the West Indies.

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Gavin McDonnell misses out on joining twin Jamie as a world champion

Gavin McDonnell was denied the opportunity to create history as he was defeated by Rey Vargas in their WBC World Super-Bantamweight title fight.

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Ben Te'o urged to seize England chance by scrum coach Neal Hatley

Ben Te'o and James Haskell have been challenged to carry the impact they have made as replacements into the starting line-up when England face Italy on Sunday.

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UK Sport chairman Rod Carr defends investment in medal pursuit

UK Sport chairman Rod Carr has defended the funding agency's high-performance remit and described as "highly questionable" research which said three in four Britons would prefer Government money going to improving grassroots sport above the pursuit of Olympic and Paralympic medals.

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Ranieri sacking 'shameful', says chairman of Leicester City Supporters' Club

Leicester City Supporters' Club chairman Cliff Ginnetta has called Claudio Ranieri's sacking "shameful and embarrassing".

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Shaun Wane tight-lipped over Wigan game being rearranged

Wigan coach Shaun Wane refused to speak about the controversy surrounding his side's hastily-rearanged Betfred Super League clash at Widnes on Friday.

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Eddie Jones: Dylan Hartley is first name on team sheet right now

Eddie Jones has reacted to scrutiny of Dylan Hartley's ongoing selection by insisting England's captain will remain the first name on the team sheet for the foreseeable future.

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Jose Mourinho pondering Wayne Rooney start in EFL Cup final

Jose Mourinho is weighing up whether to start Wayne Rooney in the EFL Cup final after the Manchester United ended speculation about his immediate future.

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Wembley clash can be a defining moment for EFL Cup rivals

Manchester United v Southampton - Jose Mourinho's well-drilled machine versus the constantly regenerating upstarts.

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IAAF permits three Russian athletes to compete under a neutral flag

Three Russian athletes have been declared eligible to compete internationally under a neutral flag by the IAAF's Doping Review Board, the governing body has announced.

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