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Robbie Deans’ failure to lead Australia to a series win over the British and Irish Lions was last night expected to result in the coach’s sacking. Ewen McKenzie was lined up to be named as Deans’ successor.

Bjorn Hansen lifts Stena Match Cup trophy for the third time

In a fairytale comeback that had the home crowd whooping and hollering, Bjorn Hansen turned 0-2 into 3-2 in the final of the Stena Match Cup Sweden, lifting the trophy for the third time in a long career.

Warren Gatland looks on during a Lions training session

British and Irish Lions 2013: Analysis - The notion Warren Gatland favours the Welsh is farcical

10 players from Wales have been selected for the final Test

Rocket robson: Laura Robson shows her newfound force as she blasts aside New Zealand’s Marina Erakovic

Wimbledon 2013: Laura Robson turns on the power to make history

Teenager holds her nerve as opponent loses hers to become the first British woman to reach the fourth round of the singles event since 1998

The Ashes: Kevin Pietersen returns to England duty

Kevin Pietersen returned to England duty this afternoon in a specifically-organised training session at the Kia Oval.

Nick Compton sends England selectors a message ahead of the Ashes

Nick Compton was sending a message to the England selectors this afternoon as he built an impressive innings for Somerset against Australia at Taunton.

Luke Wright and Hamish Rutherford return to international cricket in style

After missing out on the Champions Trophy squads, opposing pair make mark at The Oval

Ross Taylor and Tom Latham celebrate Eoin Morgan’s wicket last night

England lose thriller by five runs (again)

New Zealand 201-4 England 196-5 (New Zealand win by 5 runs)

Head to head: Joe Root and Nick Compton

Weight of hope and expectation crushes Nick Compton's Ashes dream

Batsman waited decade for his Test chance but then appeared too eager to take it

Kevin Pietersen celebrates his 177 not out against Yorkshire

'Genius' Kevin Pietersen fires big ton to make Ashes statement of intent

Any notion that Kevin Pietersen might need a knock or two to rediscover his touch after 100 days without a competitive innings need no longer concern England pre-Ashes. After two days in the field, his right knee apparently fully recovered from the deep-seated bone bruising that had laid him low since the second Test in Wellington in March, Pietersen went about his primary business with bat in hand and responded with 177 not out, his 48th first-class hundred and his ninth biggest.

Teenage killer is finally discovered in Australia, after 15 years on run from British police

Simon Hennessey was serving a life sentence for killing his elderly aunt when he was just 14-years-old

England's Johnathan Trott runs between the wickets as South African captain AB Devilliers (second right) looks on during the One Day International (ODI) ICC Champions Trophy Semi-final cricket match (AFP)

Champions Trophy: The tournament and players that have proved their critics wrong

The underappreciated and unloved have had two weeks to remember

Kevin Pietersen: Back from injury, the star batsman plays for Surrey today and then England in T20

Kevin Pietersen breaks his silence as he prepares for comeback with England

The batsman has been out since March

New Zealand's Chief Justice Dame Sian Elias

Ten years on and 12,000 miles away from murder case that captivated New Zealand, a London hearing decides on freedom of man convicted of bludgeoning wife and child to death

More than a decade after Mark Lundy was convicted of bludgeoning his wife and child to death, one of New Zealand's most controversial murders came before the Privy Council in London yesterday.

James Tredwell (second left) has been an able deputy for Graeme Swann

The Ashes: James Tredwell ready to be the understudy for England's penultimate act

England may test the world supplies of cotton wool in which to wrap their key players before the Ashes. While their desire to win the Champions Trophy should not be underestimated they are anxiously aware of their tasks later in the summer.

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