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Scotland 23 Wales 26: hosts left despondent as Wales pip them to victory

England head coach Stuart Lancaster is expecting a tough battle at the breakdown when they take on New Zealand

England coach Stuart Lancaster to treat Six Nations duration as a rest period after warning players are 'absolutely hanging'

Lancaster has warned administrators that the Elite Player Squad members need to be looked after better following a gruelling Lions tour and first half of the domestic season

Alex Goode, Chris Ashton and Ernst Joubert of Saracens look dejected after defeat to Toulouse

Toulouse 21 Saracens 11: Away quarter-final would give Sarries chance to prove they can compete in the Heineken Cup

Saracens came unstuck against French opposition once again after they saw their hopes of a home draw fade with defeat to Toulouse

Less than a fifth of race hate complaints are investigated by police

Exclusive: Race hate - a crime the police will not solve

Community leaders say they no longer trust police to investigate offences as fewer than two out of 10 allegations of race hate are followed up by officers

Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster

Page 3 Profile: Vincent Nichols, archbishop of westminster

Hats off to the Archbishop

George North of Northampton brushes off the challenge of Ospreys’ Jeff Hassler

Ospreys 17 Northampton 29 match report: George North scores 70 yard try in Heineken Cup

Saints' chances of progress remain slim despite victory

Vincent Nichols is expected to promote social justice

Archbishop of Westminster appointed cardinal by Pope Francis in Vatican ceremony

Most senior Catholic in England and Wales was one of 19 new cardinals named by pontiff

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is presented as the new manager of Cardiff City

Cardiff City 0 West Ham 2: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes Craig Bellamy will be key in relegation battle

The Bluebirds have slipped into the bottom three

Jonny Wilkinson converts a penalty for Toulon during their victory over Cardiff Blues

Toulon 43 Cardiff Blues 20 match report: Jonny Wilkinson makes Blues pay heavy penalty

Four yellow cards and three penalty tries demonstrate the power advantage Toulon used to blow away Cardiff with three scores in seven minutes

England captain Alastair Cook looks dejected as Australia celebrates their Ashes triumph after the fifth Test

Ashes 2013-14: Alastair Cook’s sleepless nights over Kevin Pietersen future

England captain admits lying in bed thinking about the way forward and ‘the decisions that go with that’ as debate about the leading batsman continues, writes Stephen Brenkley in Melbourne

Ryan Giggs looks downcast after scoring an own goal in Manchester United’s defeat against Sunderland at the Stadium of Light
David Moyes shows his frustration on another difficult night for the United manager

Peter Schmeichel says Manchester United 'always recover' amid crisis under David Moyes

The Red Devils have lost their last three games in a row

Stuart Broad has been rested for the first two One-Day Internationals against Australia

Australia v England: Stuart Broad to miss first two ODI's as bowler is rested to allow recovery from Ashes series exerts

The left-arm bowler was one of very few shining lights in the Ashes whitewash defeat and will sit out the opening fixtures in Melbourne and Brisbane

Stuart Williams: Footballer whose sterling World Cup service in the Welsh defence elicited a glowing tribute from Pele

When Stuart Williams was confronted by the emerging genius of Pele in a quarter-final of the 1958 World Cup in Sweden, the classy and constructive Welsh full-back responded with the performance of his life. That day in Gothenburg, the teenager who would soon be hailed as the greatest footballer of all time, scored the only goal of the game to eliminate valiant opponents who had upset the odds by reaching the last eight. Though deprived of their own star, John Charles, through injury, the scarlet-shirted heroes held out for more than 70 minutes against a sumptuously talented Brazilian attack, in which the prodigy combined to compelling effect with the likes of Garrincha, Didi and Zagalo.

Rare treat: A display of Northern Lights at Erikslund, northern Sweden

Northern Lights may be seen in Britain tonight

A coronal mass ejection two days ago could make the aurora visible

Jonny Wilkinson lifts the Heineken Cup

IRB step in to try and resolve Heineken Cup row as uncertainty over European rugby continues

The International Rugby Boar has promised to 'work actively with its unions towards the goal of achieving a unified and acceptable outcome for all involved'

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