Sport Oguchi Onyewu scores Sheffield Wednesday's second goal in the FA Cup win over Rochdale

Caretaker manager is confirmed in a full-time role shortly after victory

Jones on verge of getting Wednesday job

Dave Jones, the former Wolves and Cardiff manager, was in talks with Sheffield Wednesday last night about becoming the successor to Gary Megson, who was sacked earlier this week.

Police in Heywood, Rochdale

Mob attacks Asian restaurant linked to sex grooming court case

"We are innocent people loyal to the community," proclaimed the posters adorning the windows of the Tasty Bites takeaway yesterday. If we are guilty, why the police have not arrested us? Why we are still working? Why our shop is still open?"

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Abdul Rauf; Qamar Shahzad, left, and Mohammed Amin; Liaquat Shah; Mohammed Sajid; Kabeer Hassan; Abdul Qayyum at Liverpool Crown Court

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Vicar jailed after dozens of sham marriages

A Church of England vicar was jailed for two and a half years today after carrying out dozens of sham marriages allowing illegal immigrants to live in the UK.

Kimberly Lim of Singapore celebrates winning the Optimist world championship in Napier, New Zealand

Sailing pair selected for GB Olympic squad

A silver medal at their world championship in Fremantle last month has secured the Olympic berth in Weymouth this year for Luke Patience and Stuart Bithell in the 470 dinghy. It also made Patience the first Scotsman to be selected for Britain’s Olympic squad.

Man questioned over widow's death

A man arrested in connection with the death of a widow, whose handbag containing her husband's ashes was stolen by muggers, is still in police custody.

Frank Lampard's 'goal' against Germany at the 2010 World Cup forced Fifa to act

Goal-line technology could be implemented in Premier League by 2012

Football Association general secretary Alex Horne has said goal-line technology could be used in the Premier League as early as next season.

Holt wards off Westley's warriors

Stevenage Borough 0 - Rochdale 2

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How to teach boys is an issue that schools are now taking seriously.

Martyn leads Leigh to clear cup victory

Hull KR 14 - Leigh 42
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