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Super League: St Helens chairman Eamonn McManus accuses RFL and Sky Sports of 'deliberately insulting' fnas with trophy exit

TV screens showed the League Leaders' Shield being taken away during St Helens' defeat to Warrington two weeks ago

Roman Reigns in action
Paula Radcliffe of Great Britain crosses the line to win the 2003 Flora London Marathon

Paula Radcliffe is back on the start line – but it's not a 'comeback'

Radcliffe’s just happy to race again and end a stellar career on her own terms

Zak Hardaker

Super League: Zak Hardaker out to show he's full value for accolade

Leeds take on Catalan Dragons at Headingley

George Groves lands a blow on Carl Froch in their first fight last November

George Groves vs Christopher Rebrasse: Groves hopes to emulate Carl Frampton and Scott Quigg

Briton returns to action on Saturday night

Joel Tomkins scored his first try since returning from rugby union
Carl Froch knocks out George Groves during the IBF & WBA World Super Middleweight Title Fight at Wembley

Steve Bunce: After two demoralising defeats, George Groves is back in the ring and looking to rebuild his career

Groves: 'I've watched the Froch fight at nine times and it gets harder each time'

Widnes’s Jon Clarke (left) retires at the end of the season, while Leeds full-back Zak Hardaker is in the Super League Dream

Super League play-offs: Bad boys Jon Clarke and Zak Hardaker back on right track

Jon Clarke was sent to prison for assault, Zak Hardaker banned for homophobic abuse. Both hope to play leading roles in the Super League play-offs starting tomorrow night and tell Dave Hadfield how they found redemption by giving something back

Boxing fans are 'tired' of Floyd Mayweather after latest victory against Marcos Maidana

Betting markets down 50 per cent compared to previous fights

Tim Wiese

Tim Wiese offered WWE role after German goalkeeper packs on muscle

Wiese has been without a club since January and started bodybuilding

Security guards restrain John Cena

WWE Raw results: John Cena gets his wish as he beats down on Brock Lesnar while Roman Reigns takes the fight to Seth Rollins

Less than a week before they collide at Night of Champions, Cena lured Lesnar out to the ring using Paul Heyman as bait to deliver a warning

Floyd Mayweather, Amir Khan and Manny Pacquiao

Floyd Mayweather: Manny Pacquiao or Amir Khan fight could be on, but Mayweather insists 'I am only focused on Floyd Mayweather'

Mayweather stretch his unblemished record to 47-0 after seeing off Marcos Maidana on Saturday night, but the fight was clouded by a biting claim from the champion

Extreme Sailing Series: Dean Barker's ETNZ prosper in Istanbul

A series of blocking measures by Alinghi skipper Morgan Larson in the final, double points race of the Extreme Sailing Series in Istanbul denied Leigh McMillan’s The Wave Muscat the victory on the Bosphorus that would have pushed him to the top of the leaderboard with six of the 2014 events completed.

George Groves (left) was knocked out by Carl Froch in May
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FA chairman Greg Dyke
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Lewis Hamitlon and Nico Rosberg in Monza
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Wigmore Hall ridden by Jamie Spencer at Newmarket
RacingA story show Wigmore Hall being shot in the head has been labelled 'insensitive'
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Paul McGinley talks to Eddie Jordan back in 2005
golfINTERVIEWEddie Jordan, steeped in Irish golfing culture and a close associate of Paul McGinley, tells Kevin Garside about his role in the captain's Ryder Cup set-up
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Royal and Ancient Golf Club vote 'overwhelmingly' in favour of welcoming women members
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Bradley Wiggins
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Paula Radcliffe of Great Britain crosses the line to win the 2003 Flora London Marathon
athletics...but it's not a 'comeback'
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Rugby UnionThe Victoria Cross and George Cross Association has given its backing to the controversial new England kit that incorporates the Victoria Cross emblem within its design
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Carl Froch knocks out George Groves during the IBF & WBA World Super Middleweight Title Fight at Wembley
BOXINGSteve Bunce: Super-middleweight makes quick return after back-to-back defeats by Carl Froch
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nflVIDEO Freddie the Falcon swoops from the skies to wipe-out the unwelcome Buc
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China's Li Na poses with the trophy after her victory against Slovakia's Dominika Cibulkova during the women's singles final at the 2014 Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne
TENNISTwo-time grand slam winner announces her retirement from the sport after struggling to overcome knee problems
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Joel jumps over the board...and into a giant hole
FOOTBALLVIDEO...and falls into a giant hole
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Rory McIlroy (left) and Graeme McDowell pictured at the US Open in June
GOLFRyder Cup: Pair are currently involved in a court case
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Europe fans at the Ryder Cup
Ryder Cup: ...but Tom Watson keen to send them home early
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These Iranian-controlled Shia militias used to specialise in killing American soldiers. Now they are fighting Isis, backed up by US airstrikes

Widespread fear of Isis is producing strange bedfellows

Iranian-controlled Shia militias that used to kill American soldiers are now fighting Isis, helped by US airstrikes
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Ian Paisley’s decision to make peace with his IRA enemies

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