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Williams 'frustrated' by Wales omission

Wales captain Ashley Williams has voiced his frustration at being dropped by Ryan Giggs for the opening European Qualifier against Slovakia.

Cipriani set for new Gloucester deal

Fly-half Danny Cipriani is set to be offered a new contract by Gloucester, Sky Sports News understands.

Charnley and Hughes in England squad

Warrington duo Josh Charnley and Jack Hughes have been included in a 30-man England performance squad (EPS) named by head coach Wayne Bennett.

Should WWE bring in Rob Gronkowski?

The timing of Rob Gronkowski's announcement that he is retiring from NFL could not have been better for WWE.

Cardiff: Sala deal 'null and void'

Cardiff City will tell FIFA that the contract to sign Emiliano Sala from Nantes was not legally binding.

Hales: England must cope with pressure

Alex Hales tells Saj Sadiq that England are rightly favourites for the World Cup - but that they must perform under pressure to win it.

'Bancroft Durham captaincy strange'

Cameron Bancroft being appointed captain of Durham's County Championship and 50-over sides is a "strange decision", according to Phillip DeFreitas.

Police hunt man after Pittodrie violence

Police are appealing for witnesses to identify a man after fan trouble erupted at Aberdeen's Scottish Cup match against Rangers on March 3.

Stephens crashes out in Miami

Defending champion Sloane Stephens was sent packing from the Miami Open on Sunday after a 6-3 6-2 loss to Germany's Tatjana Maria in the third round.

Edinburgh sign Bristol's Haining

Edinburgh have signed Nick Haining from English Premiership side Bristol Bears on a two-year deal.

Pearce backs Southgate's youth policy

Stuart Pearce has backed England manager Gareth Southgate's decision to play young players in key competitive fixtures and says he has been impressed by Callum Hudson-Odoi.

Hillsborough jury retire to consider verdicts

The jury has retired to consider its verdicts in the trial of Hillsborough match commander David Dukenfield and ex-Sheffield Wednesday secretary Graham Mackrell.

Spurs' new stadium: All you need to know

Tottenham made a long-awaited return to their new and improved home on Sunday, opening the doors to their £1billion stadium.

Does the law move slowly for Ronaldo?

In her latest Sky Views column, Sky News sports correspondent Martha Kelner examines the ongoing rape allegation aimed at Cristiano Ronaldo…

'McLeish has earned Scotland reprieve'

Alex McLeish deserves time to turn fans' apathy towards the Scotland team around having already secured a Euro 2020 qualifying play-off place, says former player Billy Dodds.

Nine-dart Van Gerwen triumphs in Leverkusen

Michael van Gerwen landed a magical nine-dart finish en route to winning the opening European Tour event of 2019, claiming an 8-6 victory over Rob Cross in the European Darts Open final in Leverkusen

Queenohearts to Fairyhouse

Stuart Edmunds is eyeing the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Mares Novice Hurdle Championship Final at Fairyhouse next month for Queenohearts.

Stuart Barnes' talking points

Gallagher Premiership relegation and the upcoming European Champions Cup quarter-finals feature in Stuart Barnes' talking points this week...

Aintree beckons for Umbrigado

David Pipe is planning to put Umbrigado to the test at a higher level at next month's Grand National meeting.

Police investigating McAllister attack

Police are investigating an attack on Gary McAllister in the early hours of Sunday morning in Leeds.