The lock guided the British and Irish Lions to victory on the third Test in Australia and has put pen to paper on a new contract until after the 2015 World Cup
Davies is not expected to return until March at the earliest while Warburton has been sidelined in recent weeks
Saints' chances of progress remain slim despite victory
The 40-year-old has made just five appearances this season, all of them coming from the bench
The Eagles sit second from bottom with just two wins to their name but Pulis praises the club's supporters and says they can help keep the side in the top flight
Church calls group's suggestion 'rather sad', 'misjudged' and 'misguided'
Goals from Dani Osvaldo and Rickie Lambert add to Ian Holloway's troubles
Whether by accident or design, there’s a sense of great aloneness about the Laura Marling live experience. She stands in the centre of the Usher Hall’s large stage, picked out by a spotlight and with only an interchangeable pair of acoustic guitars for comfort. Not even the usual buzzing fly presence of a guitar technician offers some respite. For reasons she “won’t go into”, she no longer travels with one, which means her shows are “pretty much fifteen percent tuning now. It’s all included in the ticket price.” Yet a stylistic aloneness doesn’t mean loneliness, and we’re very conscious of being one of the nearly three thousand-strong capacity crowd here with her, watching and listening intently.
Paul Casey mastered difficult conditions to hit a five-under-par 67 and claim the Irish Open by three shots yesterday, securing his first European Tour victory in over two years.
The American finished runner-up for the sixth time
She has moved to California, but don't expect a sunnier outlook – just some scorching songs from new album Once I Was An Eagle. Andy Gill is floored by her sound
West Brom striker tried to force a move away from the club
A best-of-the-tournament, bogey-free 65 and a pat on the back from Donald Trump; Rory McIlroy has indeed come a long way this week. "He's tough," barked the Don, placing himself neatly at the heart of the story. McIlroy has not felt the Trump embrace all week. The moment he sprinkles some stardust around the Cadillac Championship, up pops the master scene stealer to bask in the associated glow. "Good job," said Trump. "You're hitting it well."
Former world No 1 leads by two after impressing on the greens but faces McDowell challenge
Wales announce team to play Scotland
Coach calls for patience as outside-half admits to feeling the pressure before Six Nations debut