Watson outgunned by 17-year-old friend but says rivalry is great for women's game
Matt Blake reports from Jersey on the troubled final weeks of the man whose knife rampage has shocked the tranquil island
Heather Watson's hopes of a third WTA quarter-final of the year ended with a three-set defeat by Canada's Stéphanie Dubois at the Citi Open in Maryland on Thursday.
Don't let the romance get in the way of the reality, says Graham Norwood
Island tale is full of guilty pleasures
Britain's leading woman doesn't like running but this outstanding athlete is making rapid progress
Where to go, what to do in 2011
The England coaching team may be developing a taste for freethinking rugby as played by Ben Youngs and Chris Ashton, the two men who did most to bamboozle the Wallabies at Twickenham last Saturday, but there are things they still love more: namely, size and aggression. Hence the selection of Matt Banahan, the Bath wing, at outside centre for this weekend's meeting with Samoa, ahead of Delon Armitage, the London Irish full-back. Any wannabe midfielder who identifies with David Haye and Manny Pacquiao rather than Brian O'Driscoll or Jeremy Guscott must have a touch of the route-one about him.
While the rest of the country is glued to the World Cup, Emma Townshend will be traversing the UK exploring the best that the new 'Good Gardens Guide' has to offer
Coins hurled at players, hoardings thrown at police, fan skirmishes – the bad old days are here to stay
If last week clouded your opinion of flying, then Simon Calder has some ship-shaped solutions, from island-hops to cross-channel bargains
Three Sundays ago Heather Watson was celebrating her victory in the final of the US Open junior tournament, the first British girl ever to win the New York title. Today the 17-year-old from Guernsey faces a very different challenge when she plays her first match in the Aegon Pro-Series event in the north Devon town of Barnstaple.
Governments are being urged to shake up the way tax havens operate before the next G20 meeting later this summer, writes Neasa MacErlean
'I left school with no GCSEs, nothing'
PM hopes to push through deal targeting privileged territories at April summit
With the pound falling, those overseas holidays will have to go on hold. But that's no bad thing if it means we'll see more of our beautiful home islands