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Harris enjoys Salford success

Salford forward Weller Hauraki, left, celebrates his try against Widnes

Salford coach Iestyn Harris says his players are starting to play with smiles on their faces after a 36-8 win over Widnes lifted them up to fourth place in Super League.

Hoffman takes Texas lead

Charley Hoffman did not drop a shot in San Antonio

Charley Hoffman carded a blemish free 67 to take a one-shot lead after the first round of the Valero Texas Open on a day when the wind played havoc in San Antonio.

Salford show class in win

Weller Hauraki, second right, celebrates after scoring Salford's second try

Whisper it, but Salford are starting to resemble genuine play-off contenders after cruising to a resounding 36-8 win over Widnes that lifted them to fourth place in Super League.

Hodgson relaxed over future

England manager Roy Hodgson remains relaxed about his future

Roy Hodgson is relaxed about his future as England manager - a role captain Wayne Rooney hopes he will remain in for a "few more years".

Dhoni: High-scoring ODIs boring

Mahendra Singh Dhoni's side conceded 328 to Australia in their semi-final defeat in the World Cup

India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni wants to see rules for one-day internationals relaxed to prevent matches from becoming "boring".

Hodgson hints at Kane debut

Harry Kane could make his England debut against Lithuania on Friday

England manager Roy Hodgson has backed man-of-the-moment Harry Kane to succeed in international football - but stopped short of revealing whether he would make his debut against Lithuania.

Skrtel: 'I don't feel guilty'

Martin Skrtel believes he should not have been hit with a three-match ban

Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel insists he does not feel guilty about the challenge on Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea which resulted in his three-match ban.

Brook will not underestimate Dan

Kell Brook, pictured, has vowed not to look past Jo Jo Dan as he prepares to make the first defence of his IBF welterweight title on Saturday

Kell Brook has vowed not to make the same mistake as the man from whom he ripped the world crown when he makes the first defence of his IBF welterweight title in Sheffield on Saturday night.

Briscoe out for three months

Leeds Rhinos Tom Briscoe will be out of action for around three months

Leeds' England international Tom Briscoe will be sidelined for around three months with a shoulder injury, coach Brian McDermott has confirmed.

Strauss not expecting KP comeback

Andrew Strauss, right, sees no way back in the England squad for Kevin Pietersen, left

Kevin Pietersen's former Test captain Andrew Strauss remains convinced it is "very unlikely" the record-breaking batsman will ever play for England again.

Harrison calls it quits

Audley Harrison retires with a professional record of 31 wins and seven defeats

Audley Harrison, the 2000 Olympic super-heavyweight champion, has announced his retirement from boxing for a second time due to problems associated with head injuries.

Australia reach World Cup final

Australia's Steven Smith cracked a century to help beat India in the World Cup semi-final

Australia will bid for a fifth Cricket World Cup crown on Sunday against New Zealand, after beating defending champions India by 95 runs in their semi-final in Sydney.

Gibson returns to England fold

Ottis Gibson will coach England's fast bowlers on the Test tour of the West Indies

Ottis Gibson will be England's interim fast-bowling coach, in place of David Saker, for next month's tour of his native West Indies.

Alonso: No problem for Malaysian GP

Fernando Alonso will race in Malaysia this weekend

Fernando Alonso has "zero worries" about stepping back into his McLaren this weekend, despite adding further confusion to the testing accident that forced him to miss the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.

Easter backs Ritchie assessment

Nick Easter, pictured, agrees with Ian Ritchie

Veteran number eight Nick Easter agrees with Rugby Football Union chief executive Ian Ritchie that finishing second in the Six Nations for four years in a row is "not acceptable" for England.

Top-flight clubs back in the black

The 20 top-flight clubs' annual figures combined show a pre-tax profit for the first time since 1998/99

Premier League clubs are back in the black overall for the first time in 15 years thanks to a rise in TV income and a show of restraint in raising player wages.

Glasgow to host multi-sport event

Glasgow hosted the Commonwealth Games last year

Glasgow will co-host a multi-sport competition in 2018 which includes the swimming and cycling European Championships, organisers have announced.