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Victim had 'a couple of good holes on both sides of his leg'

Tom Stilwell had been trying to lower himself from a neighbour's balcony in Auckland

British man Tom Stilwell survives fall from 15th floor of New Zealand apartment block

Tom Stilwell had been trying to lower himself from a neighbour's balcony in Auckland

The England captain, Alastair Cook, leads by example as he racks up 64 runs
Delighted: England captain Alastair Cook was pleased with the display

Champions Trophy: Narrow win against New Zealand sees England through to semi-finals

England overcame New Zealand when it mattered most, and narrowly beat the Cardiff weather too, to book their place in the semi-finals of the Champions Trophy.

The Artemis Racing yacht is towed to shore after capsizing in the San Francisco Bay. British yacht-racing champion Andrew

Lack of progress in safety provisions frustrating America's Cup in wake of Andrew Simpson death

Just two of original 37 proposals have been incorporated into the rules following death of British sailor

Kevin Pietersen expects to return to action for Surrey this Friday

Kevin Pietersen to make return from injury for Surrey later this week ahead of Ashes series

England batsman will be given two games two prove he is fit to feature in the first Test at Trent Bridge on July 10th

Jimmy Anderson

No evidence to back up Bob Willis' claim that England are cheating

Sky pundit brings mutterings and rumours of ball-tampering out into the open but umpires have taken no action at all

Boks to the wall: Matt Scott and Greig Laidlaw tackle Marcel Coetzee`

Round-up: Scots fall to Springbok comeback after Scott and Dunbar tries

Battling Scotland ran out of steam after leading South Africa 17-6 just after half-time, and finally succumbed to a 30-17 defeat yesterday at the Mbombela Stadium in Nelspruit.

New Zealand's Conrad Smith evades France's Mathieu Bastareaud (r) and Wesley Fofana (c)

France fail to score against rampant All Blacks

New Zealand secure series win with 30-0 victory in Christchurch

England captain Kevin Sinfield attempts to break the tackle of Sia Soliola

England defeat Exiles but fears over captain Kevin Sinfield

Steve McNamara's side record 30-10 victory but both Sinfield and Gareth Ellis leave with nasty looking injuries

Jos Buttler goes into scoop mode against New Zealand

Champions Trophy: I am not scared to scoop against Lasith Malinga, says Jos Buttler

England man accepts challenge to take on feared Sri Lankan's reverse swing

James Tredwell

The Light Roller: England spin to win

The diary of a cricket obsessive

Michael Clarke claims he has put aside thoughts of the Ashes series

Champions Trophy: Michael Clarke misses out again for Australia

Injury ruled captain out of New Zealand match

The Welsh lock (left) faces stiff competition for a test place

Ian Evans: We have to go out fully armed and take our shot

Forget minnow opponents – for several of today's Lions it's their last real chance to impress Gatland and earn Test place

New Zealand’s Mitchell McClenaghan, left, and teammate Tim Southee, right, after clinching victory against Sri Lanka

McCullum relief after New Zealand so nearly blow it

Sri Lanka 138 New Zealand 139-9

Ball hunt: Takashi Kikutani and Dan Biggar struggle for possession

Japan 18 Wales 22 match report: Wales' young recruits edge initiation test

McBryde's team selection comes under scrutiny after Navidi omission leaves tourists exposed

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