Teachers say children at Swanson Primary School were better behaved when typical playground rules were banished
Londoner and Scotsman beat Australia's Marinko Matosevic and Poland's Michal Przysiezny
Robson won the first set before retiring hurt which comes as the latest blow in an effort to be fit for the Australian Open
The rugby union player Peter Fatialofa was a prop forward who captained Samoa at the 1991 World Cup and helped craft an image of Samoan rugby which mixed physical prowess with gentleness and humility. The Samoans beat Wales on their home ground at Cardiff to qualify for the World Cup quarter-finals, a victory which remains one of the most significant achieved by a team from the Pacific Islands.
Kiwis now have six of the nine wins they need to claim the 1851 trophy for the first time in 10 years
Four defeats down, the America's Cup defender, Oracle Team USA, retired hurt from the race track on San Francisco Bay, declining to contest race six against their gritty challengers from Emirates Team New Zealand.
The devices are growing in popularity all over the world
The woman, who has not been named, reportedly drove for almost 200 miles asleep while also sending text messages from her mobile
Former New Zealand head coach frustrated with referee Glen Jackson's performance in Auckland's 23-3 defeat to the Crusaders
Welsh workers flown half-way around the world to New Zealand to avoid nightshifts
Matt Prior reflected on the vagaries of batting fortune after his match and series-saving innings for England. He scored an unbeaten 110 which ensured that England left New Zealand with a 0-0 draw in the series that looked likely to elude them. It was crisp, to the point and deserved the reward it brought.
The sides meet tonight with the series level at 0-0
England slumped to a 55-run defeat in pursuit of a record Twenty20 run chase as New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum led the hosts to a series-levelling success at Seddon Park in Hamilton.
England play New Zealand in the second Tenty20 match
The way Owen Farrell ran and passed the ball gave the team a new dimension
Foot off the pedal and doing everything to protect his third place over the last 500 miles, Alex Thomson was sounding happier as he added “I don’t care where I finish (in the Vendée Globe solo round the world race) just as long as I finish.”