Sport Toby Flood has admitted it was 'a very tough decision' to leave Leicester for a French club

Fly-half has admitted it was “a very tough decision” to leave Leicester for a French club

Danny Cipriani is to return to England

Danny Cipriani will return to England 'a better player and person'

Danny Cipriani believes he will return to England "a better player and a better person" following his 18-month stint with Melbourne Rebels.

Drinks giants team up to head off ad regulation

Eight of Europe's biggest alcohol firms have united to draw up new rules for their own advertising in an effort to head off tighter regulation.

Drinks giants team up to head off ad regulation

Eight of Europe's biggest alcohol firms have united to launch new rules for their own advertising in an effort to head off tighter regulation.

Licence to swill: Daniel Craig's Bond will cut back on martinis in favour of Heineken

From martinis to tinnies for an everyman Bond

Will a quick half sully the mystique of 007, wonders Geoffrey Macnab

Staropramen set to fall to Japanese Asahi in $3bn takeover

The British private equity giant CVC Capital Partners is in the final stages of selling the Staropramen Czech lager business to Japan's Asahi for $3bn (£1.87bn).

Former Lion Shane Horgan announces retirement

Former Ireland and British & Irish Lions wing Shane Horgan has been forced into retirement by a long-standing knee injury.

A la playa: A beach near Palma

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The largest Balearic island has much to offer beyond the beach, not least dramatic terrain and serene villages.

Mad Dog turns mentor: Moody to try coaching

A shoulder injury has forced the fearless flanker and former England captain to call it quits. He tells James Corrigan what's next
After 71 caps over 16 years Lewis Moody has retirement plans

Lewis Moody: Flanker to try his hand at coaching after body says enough is enough

A shoulder injury has forced 'Mad Dog' to call it quits. He talks to James Corrigan

Heineken drinks to a frothy rise in its profits

Heineken has grabbed market share in the UK, with the brand growing 14 per cent in the year. The group is optimistic that business will be boosted by events such as Euro 2012 football tournament, the Queen's Jubilee and the Olympics.

Richard Donovan: the only man on the planet to run seven marathons on seven continents in less than five days

A quick beer lifted ultra-runner to success

An Irish ultra runner has revealed a bottle of beer helped him become the only man on the planet to run seven marathons on seven continents in less than five days.

Tomas O’Leary of Munster tests the Northampton defence in Milton Keynes

Zebo makes unholy mess of Saints and Munster march on

Northampton Saints 36 Munster 51: Irish Heineken Cup dominance intensifies at expense of another English club

Llanelli Scarlets' Ben Morgan, who has been called up for England

Scarlets meet their match in 'world class' Foden

Scarlets 17 Northampton Saints 29

Win a big old 3D TV and a Blu-ray home cinema system worth nearly £1,500

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