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Hull FC forward Chris Tuson retires from playing at the age of 26 because of a recurrence of a back injury.
Watch all the spills and thrills from the cross-country cycling at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
James Anderson and Stuart Broad help England continue to dominate India on day three of the third Test at Southampton.
England's David Luckman wins his second gold medal of Glasgow 2014 and compatriot Dan Rivers also strikes gold.
Tim Groenewald's single off the final ball sees Somerset dramatically tie with Nottinghamshire in the One-Day Cup.
Jen McIntosh eclipses her mother's medal record to become Scotland's most successful female in Commonwealth Games history.
Minister for Sport Helen Grant says the Commonwealth Games will help increase the number of women taking part in sport.
England's Andrew Osagie is disqualified from the men's 800m heats after he collides with Welshman Joe Thomas near the end of their race.
St Helens hope Luke Walsh will be fit for the start of the 2015 season after the scrum-half broke his fibula against Widnes.
Southampton chairman Ralph Krueger says midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin and striker Jay Rodriguez are not for sale.
England's Andrew Osagie criticises Wales' Joe Thomas after he is disqualified in the heats of the Commonwealth Games 800m.
New Zealander Anton Cooper wins a dramatic men's mountain bike race at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Mike Sekabembe of Uganda produces an emphatic performance in the men's super heavy weight quarter-final to overcome his opponent Haruna Osumanu of Ghana.
Lawyers for Bernie Ecclestone say the Formula 1 boss is ready to pay a German bank 25 million euros ($34m; £20m) to settle a court case against him.
Championship club Fulham sell Iran international Ashkan Dejagah to Qatari side Al-Arabi for an undisclosed fee.
England win gold in the artistic gymnastics team final despite Sam Oldham injuring his ankle on the men's vault.
Hull City sign left-back Andrew Robertson from Dundee United and defender Harry Maguire from Sheffield United.
Watch as Northern Irish mountain bike rider Claire Oakley finishes the women's cross-country race with a flat tyre.