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Stuart Lancaster has stressed the importance of England delivering a big performance against Wales in Sunday's RBS 6 Nations showdown at Twickenham.
David Moyes sprang to the defence of Tom Cleverley after an online petition was launched calling for the Manchester United midfielder to be excluded from England's World Cup squad.
Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone is hopeful that highly critical comments from a leading High Court judge do not impact on his bribery trial later this year.
Sprinters Richard Kilty and Dwain Chambers gave the British team a much-needed boost on an otherwise disappointing opening day of the World Indoor Championships in Poland, where Laura Muir's medal hopes ended in tears.
Tiger Woods might have been grateful to hear the horn sound and signal an early end to the first day of the WGC-Cadillac Championship as he struggled at Doral.
Chris Jordan still recalls watching from the stands at the Kensington Oval, playing on the outfield and then - as a teenager - taking part in the first match at the refurbished ground.
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