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Louis Oosthuizen shrugged off his Masters heartache to make a strong start at the Malaysian Open yesterday.

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Gavin Henson is fired by Cardiff Blues for drunkenly throwing ice cubes at passengers on a 7am flight. Henson had issued an apology on Sunday branding his behaviour “inexcusable” and saying he would “co-operate 100 per cent” with the club’s wishes, but it did not save his position.

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Owen Coyle

Owen Coyle waits for Marcos Alonso news

Bolton manager Owen Coyle will wait to discover whether Marcos Alonso will be available before finalising his line-up for tomorrow's relegation six-pointer with QPR.

Huw Bennett will move to France

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