Theo Walcott said he now feels like one of England's oldest players

Greg Dyke set to issue 'call to arms' to lift England national team

New FA chief will ask for help

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Jeroen Hertzberger scored twice to complete his hat-trick and secure the bronze medal

Hockey: England lose to Holland to miss bronze medal

England men were denied bronze at the EuroHockey championship as they lost 3-2 to Holland in the third-place play-off in Belgium.

Germany celebrate

Hockey: Germany beat England – on penalties

England 4 Germany 4 (Germany win penalty shoot-out 2-0): Title dreams dashed as women's team's first European final for 22 years is hit by shoot-out jinx

Katherine Brunt is hugged by Charlotte Edwards after taking the wicket of Jess Cameron

Women's Ashes 2013: Charlotte Edwards leads from the front as aggressive England level series

England Women 256 Australia Women 205 (England won by 51 runs)

Darren Lehmann was fined 20 per cent of his match fee last night

Ashes 2013: Darren Lehmann hit with ICC fine for Broad outburst

Darren Lehmann, the Australia coach, has been fined 20 per cent of his match fee by the International Cricket Council following his radio outburst earlier this week at England bowler Stuart Broad.

Tom Carson, right

Hockey: England men into last four of European Championships

England's men reached the semi-finals of the European Championships in Belgium but not without a scare after a 2-2 draw with Ireland.

Chris Woakes celebrates the wicket of Shane Watson but the decision was overturned after review during day one of the 5th Investec Ashes Test match

Ashes 2013: England’s ‘clever’ team move outsmarted by gutsy Shane Watson

Australia 307-4 v England      

Laura Marsh celebrates after taking the wicket of Jodie Fields

Women's Ashes: Tourists show fighting spirit as England collapse

Australia 203-8 England 176 (Australia win by 27 runs)

Mitchell Starc: The fast bowler was recalled by Australia for the second time in the Ashes series

Ashes 2013: Michael Clarke appears to be on the brink as it's all change for Australia... again

Australia have failed to win any of their last eight Test matches. They have lost the Ashes for the third successive time and they have already sacked a coach.

Gavin Henson (l) is floored by Bath teammate Carl Fearns (r)

'Embarrassed' Gavin Henson says Bath have moved on from incident with Carl Fearns

But Wales rugby star has challenged his 24-year-old team-mate to a charity boxing match at the end of the season to regain his dignity

East Anglia got the summeriest weather, with highs approaching 18C

Roadworks lifted on major routes ahead of bank holiday weekend

Roadworks will be suspended on a number of major routes as millions head off on the bank holiday weekend.

10 years' jail for prolific sex attacker Nigel Turner who returned to comfort victim

33-year-old admitted subjecting girls as young as 16 to 'predatory and premeditated' attacks in Bristol

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Moores must go. He should never have been brought back to fail again

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