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Gloucester 36 Leicester Tigers 16: Depleted Leicester endure a third Premiership defeat on the spin for the first time since 2011

Judge forced to revoke jail term after sentencing teenager for wrong crime

A judge was forced into an embarrassing retreat after he sentenced a teenager for the wrong crime, it emerged today.

Exeter kicked three penalties to one by Stephen Myler (pictured)

Saints overcome the sins of Hartley to rise again

Exeter Chiefs 19 Northampton Saints 30

Channel 4’s Clare Balding talks to trainer Nicky Henderson

Chris McGrath: New C4 team should not shut the stable door on horseplay

View From the Sofa: McCririck has gone, raging impotently against the dimming of the studio light

Ancient bridge succumbs to flood’s force

Floodwater swept away one of Britain’s oldest bridges yesterday and forced the cancellation of the New Year’s Day race meeting at Cheltenham Racecourse as rain again lashed the country.

Strong-armed: Leicester’s Anthony Allen is tackled by Ben Morgan

Tigers grateful for Ford's focus amid yellow peril

Leicester Tigers 17 Gloucester 12

Gloucester's former England lock Alex Brown forced to retire

The 33-year-old was hurt during Gloucester's opening Aviva Premiership game of the season

Kauto Star 'amazing' in assessment for possible switch to dressage

Kauto Star won five King Georges and two Cheltenham Gold Cups

Gloucester captain Jim Hamilton set for French move

Scotland international lock will take up a contract with an undisclosed club

Red hot: Barry Geraghty caps a perfect display by driving Bobs Worth clear to win on testing ground at Newbury

Blooming Bobs proves worth

Jockey Geraghty reveals great understanding in delivering Hennessy Gold Cup for Henderson

Risk of more flooding over the next few days, warns Environment Agency

Figures showed some 1,600 properties had flooded since yesterday, while flood defences had protected more than 54,000 homes.

There are 250,000 adult badgers in the UK

Three badgers illegally shot in Shropshire may have been killed after farmers started own cull

Three badgers that were illegally shot in Shropshire may have been killed by farmers “let down” by the postponement of the badger cull, an animal welfare group has claimed.

Mother who shaved son's head in cancer scam jailed

A mother who shaved her son's head and eyebrows to pretend he had cancer in an £85,000 benefit scam has been jailed for three years and nine months.

In like quins: Matt Hopper dives to score Harlequins’ second try against Gloucester

Quins survive scare to get back on top

Harlequins 28 Gloucester 25: A late comeback sees the away side grab a bonus point with a man down

In an effort to keep birds away from their runway, airport bosses have taken to blasting out Turner's hits at high-volume from a van that drives around the grounds.

Not so silent wings: Tina Turner songs used to scare birds off the runway at Staverton airport

With over 50 years in the music business Anna Mae Bullock, or Tina Turner as she's known to most of us, has accolades, awards and hits aplenty; and now airport chiefs at Staverton, near Gloucester have handed her another.

Kauto Star will shine on his sport for ever

When I first saw this horse in 2004 even I saw there was something special about him

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