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Kevin Pietersen fined for Twitter rant

Kevin Pietersen has been fined an "undisclosed sum" by the England and Wales Cricket Board after a Twitter attack on former batsman Nick Knight.

Strauss century takes monkey off his back

England captain Andrew Strauss hopes his long-awaited 20th Test century will provide the spark for a successful season with the bat.

Newcastle win leaves Chelsea in a tight spot

Chelsea have been forced to win this season's Champions League in order to qualify for next year's after a 2-0 Premier League defeat by Newcastle.

Chelsea boost Champions League hopes

Juan Mata's last-minute winner saw Chelsea strengthen their bid for Champions League football next season, as they beat Wigan 2-1.

NZ cricketer wins libel action against Lalit Modi

Chris Cairns has been awarded damages after winning a libel action against former Indian Premier League chairperson Lalit Modi.

Pakistan’s Amir claims his ‘brother’ duped him

Pakistan cricketer Mohammad Amir has expressed his anger at former teammate Salman Butt, saying Butt should not have 'involved me in all this'.

Man City look to revive Premier League hopes

Manchester City will have the chance to revive their bid for the Premier League title as the soccer fraternity continues to wish Fabrice Muamba well.

Wales revel in third Grand Slam

World Cup semi-finalists Wales won their third Grand Slam in eight years when they took the Six Nations title at the weekend.

FA Cup: Spurs held, Liverpool thrash Brighton

Premier League high-flyers Tottenham Hotspur were held to a shock goalless draw away to third tier Stevenage in the FA Cup fifth round.

Capello in hot water for criticising Terry decision

England's manager has landed himself in trouble after publicly criticising the Football Association's decision to strip John Terry of his captaincy.

Henry downplays Arsenal return

Thierry Henry wants to play down expectations after marking his Arsenal comeback with the winning goal in the Gunners' FA Cup victory over Leeds.

United knock Man City out of FA Cup race

FA Cup champions Manchester City were kicked out of the tournament by derby rivals Manchester United on Sunday with a 3-2 third round win.

England’s Jonny Wilkinson retires from international rugby

England's record points scorer Jonny Wilkinson has announced his retirement from international rugby, adding he would remain at French club Toulon.

‘Scapegoat’ Tindall slams Rugby Football Union

Mike Tindall says he was made into a the scapegoat for England's dismal World Cup performance after news he had been reinstated to the squad.

Fuimaono Sapolu avoids ban for Twitter outburts

Samoa centre Eliota Fuimaono Sapolu was given a six-month suspended ban from rugby after accusing a World Cup Welsh referee of racism and bias.

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