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Harry Forrester of Brentwood converted the Bee's penalty

River rescue fails to save canoeist

A canoeist died after being pulled from a river in a resuce operation yesterday. The man, in his 30s, became trapped in debris in the River Arkle in the Yorkshire Dales.

Over half a century after a young Brentford fan was pictured clutching his ticket for the Chelsea game, 12-year-old Saul Westbrook recreates the experience

After 63 years Brentford get another crack at old rivals Chelsea

The Bees have seen some dark days since the last time they met Chelsea in the FA Cup. Now the club are buzzing again, writes Steve Tongue

FA Cup replay: Brentford v Southend preview

A look ahead to tonight's FA Cup Third Round replay at Griffin Park

Ring the changes: Andrew Flintoff and his trainer Barry McGuigan (far left) receive some advice from Mike Tyson

Boxing: Ricky Hatton behind Andrew Flintoff ahead of former cricketer's professional boxing debut

Former England captain fights Richard Dawson tonight

Scars of battle still fresh, Hatton announces his retirement

Inevitable end for Ricky Hatton means this time it's for real

For 42 months the brave Mancunian wondered if he had been right to quit. Defeat has confirmed it

Ricky Hatton's return to the ring ended in defeat, as he was knocked out by Vyacheslav Senchenko at the Manchester Arena.

Boxing: Body blow to Hatton's hopes of redemption

The Hitman's comeback ends in tears – and finally he throws in the towel

Ricky Hatton and Vyacheslav Senchenko square up yesterday in Manchester

Ricky Hatton homecoming promises real contest after the confessionals

Senchenko should be a tricky opponent but victory tonight may earn Malignaggi rematch

Boxing: Ricky Hatton ready to take a hit as he makes highly-anticipated comeback

Ricky Hatton will have no fears over his punch resistance when he makes his highly-anticipated comeback in Manchester this weekend.

Three illegal immigrants discovered in lorry full of coffins

Border Force officers got a Halloween surprise when they discovered three would-be illegal immigrants trying to enter Britain - in a lorry full of coffins.

Ricky Hatton has talked of how close he came to suicide

Boxing: I'm back from the brink, says Ricky Hatton after darkest days

Ricky Hatton has revealed the extent of his depression, including just how close he came to committing suicide, during his three-year retirement from boxing.

Mary Dejevsky: More reasons to build Boris Island

We pay more attention, I would wager, to arguments we like than to those we don't. Which is doubtless why I was so taken with a report saying that a third runway at Heathrow could treble deaths related to air pollution (bringing them to 150 a year by 2030), while a brand new "Boris Island" airport could reduce them by two thirds.

Frank Dudley

Frank Dudley: Free-scoring footballer of the 1940s and '50s

He created a record when his first three goals of the 1953-54 season were all for different clubs

Ricky Hatton, here with his band, has chosen a formidable opponent

Boxing: Ricky Hatton choosing Vyacheslav Senchenko bangs the drum for ambition

Ricky Hatton has sold nearly 19,000 tickets for the event that will end his ring exile on 24 November and yesterday he added to their black market value by announcing a difficult fight against former world champion Vyacheslav Senchenko. In many ways the party just turned serious.

Three golds and three silvers for Team GB in a day of glory

Team GB won a flurry of medals today, taking gold and silver in the men’s canoe slalom, gold in men’s double trap shooting and a gold for Chris Hoy and co in the men's team sprint.

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