Sport Ross Hutchins (R) and Colin Fleming (L) progressed to the second round of the Australian Open on the former's return to Grand Slam action after his battle with cancer

Hutchins and his doubles partner Colin Fleming defeated Marinko Matosevic and Michael Przysiezny 4-6 6-4 6-0 to reach the second round

'Stop the massages with Carole' Lord Levy told Blair

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Catt returns to guide Bath clear

Bath 22 Leeds 13

Massacre in Cape Town gay brothel

Caddick's four-wicket haul lifts England spirits

Western Australia 213 England 54-0

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