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Goals do not come easily to  Norwich City but there is something about playing Swansea that reminds them how to do it: in four meetings with the Welsh side in the Premier League they have found the net 12 times. Yesterday’s double would have counted for more, though, had they enabled Chris Hughton’s side to match the points they took from a 4-3 victory at the Liberty Stadium back in December.

Huddersfield prepared for Castleford backlash

Despite a barren Easter that has left them bottom of Super League, Castleford still present a danger today, the Huddersfield coach, Paul Anderson, has been telling his troops.

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The lurid mix of a Twitter, pornography and a Tory MP has struck again, though this time the MP is not to blame. Rob Wilson, MP for Reading East, was making a point about David Bennett, the market trader who challenged Iain Duncan Smith to live off £53 a week, though his weekly income is not £53 as he implied, but £156. To help spread the message, Rob Wilson tweeted using a link supplied by someone at Conservative headquarters. Unfortunately, because of what the Tories euphemistically call a "technical hitch", the link users to a hard core pornography site.

Round-Up: Blake Green crushes Robins to keep Wigan on top

Wigan ensured that they would finish the Easter programme on top of Super League with an overwhelming 84-6 victory at Hull KR yesterday.

Ryan Hall, of Leeds, is held during the Rhinos’ draw with Bradford

Leeds 18 Bradford 18: Sidlow steals in to pluck the spoils from Peacock

A last-minute try from Adam Sidlow gave the Bulls a well-deserved share of the spoils against their neighbours and old rivals tonight.

Teachers are calling for specialist training on how to deliver lessons about the dangers of pornography

Train us to deliver lessons on dangers of pornography, plead teachers

'For many young people, pornography now precedes sex'

Brian McDermott is glad Leeds Rhinos chilled out

The double postponement of Leeds’ Super League derby at Wakefield at the weekend could prove to be a blessing for the champions, according to their coach, Brian McDermott.

Phil Brown confirmed as new Southend manager

Brown enjoyed a spell as a Premier League manager with Hull

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The UK is working at 40 per cent above its usual gas capacity for the time of year - thousands of homes without power as snow continues to fall

Gareth Hock of Widnes is barred from facing his old club, Wigan

Widnes stupid over Gareth Hock, says Shaun Wane

Most of the pre-match build-up for today’s meeting between Wigan and Widnes has concentrated on a man who could be playing for either team, but will turn out for neither.

David Hockney was said to be 'in a state of shock' following the death of his friend and assistant Dominic Elliott this week

Post mortem on David Hockney's assistant found 'no obvious natural causes' of death

A post mortem found "no obvious natural causes" for the death of British artist David Hockney's assistant, who died after falling ill at the painter's home, police said today.

Riverdance to make comeback with theatre and arena tour

Hit stage show Riverdance is to make a comeback to the UK for the first time in four years with a theatre and arena tour to mark its 20th anniversary.

'Blind panic' made ministers take over Bradford & Bingley, investors claim

Investors hit by the nationalisation of one of Britain's biggest mortgage lenders are set to step up their fight for compensation next month.

Tony Iro, The former Wigan player, is one of the coaches linked with the vacant role at Salford

Alan Hunte short on time as Salford cast net wider

Alan Hunte's stint as Salford's interim coach – to borrow the term made infamous by Rafa Benitez recently – could start and finish with Sunday's match at Wakefield.

Joe Hart is disappointed with the attitude of some of his teammates

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