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Rooney's first MLS hat-trick in DC win

Wayne Rooney's first three goals of the season led DC United to a dominant 5-0 win over visiting Real Salt Lake on Saturday.

WATCH: Mitchell's 'nasty' dribble

Donovan Mitchell pulled off a 'nasty' through-the-legs dribble to bamboozle to the Brooklyn Nets during the Utah Jazz's victory on Saturday night.

Crusaders will consider name change

The Crusaders are open to discussing a potential name change following the mass shooting at two mosques in Christchurch that killed 50 people.

Saints center Unger retires

New Orleans Saints center Max Unger retired Saturday in a surprising development, multiple outlets reported.

Honda in podium breakthrough

Red Bull's first race with Honda engines has delivered the Japanese manufacturer's first podium since their return to F1.

Spence defends title against Garcia

Errol Spence Jr successfully defended his IBF world welterweight title for the third time, unanimously outpointing previously undefeated challenger Mikey Garcia.

TE Eifert to re-sign with Bengals

Injury-plagued tight end Tyler Eifert is re-signing with the Cincinnati Bengals, he announced on Twitter on Saturday.

Smith, Warner meet with Australia team

Steve Smith and David Warner have met with their Australia team-mates in the United Arab Emirates to smooth the ground for their return to international cricket when their bans expire at the end of

Masvidal, Edwards scrap after Till loses

Jorge Masvidal knocked out Liverpool fighter Darren Till in the second round of their welterweight contest at UFC London, but the American's victory was overshadowed by a backstage altercation with

Pick your best PL Irish XI

Numerous Irish players north and south of the border have taken the Premier League by storm over the years, but who would you have in an all-time XI?

The Players: Ewen's R3 review

Ewen Murray reflects on an eventful third round at the Players Championship and assesses the hopes of Rory McIlroy and Tommy Fleetwood.

Gavin berates Dubs performance levels

Dublin manager Jim Gavin expressed his displeasure at his side's performance in their defeat to Tyrone at Croke Park.

Curry leads Warriors past Thunder

Stephen Curry scored 33 points and Klay Thompson added 23 as a 40-point first quarter helped the Golden State Warriors ease to a 110-88 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday night.

Wolves' magical night at Molineux

Wolves booked their FA Cup semi-final trip to Wembley by beating Manchester United 2-1 at Molineux. Adam Bate was there to see it and reflects on a memorable night for a club that's on the way back.

McIlroy and Fleetwood dig deep

Rory McIlroy was satisfied his "character and grit" helped keep his Players Championship title hopes intact following a dreadful start to his third round at TPC Sawgrass.

Rahm targets career-defining Players win

Jon Rahm credited his growing maturity over the past year as he moved into position to land a "career-defining" victory at The Players Championship.

WATCH: Ritchie stunner rescues Newcastle

Matt Ritchie scored a stunning volley in the final seconds of stoppage-time to hand Newcastle a point at Bournemouth.

VOTE: Who scored the best free-kick?

There were a pair of fantastic free-kicks scored on Saturday afternoon in the Premier League.

Nuno happy to bring Wolves joy

Nuno Espirito Santo says he is pleased to put smiles on the faces of Wolves fans after their FA Cup quarter-final win over Manchester United.

Rahm vaults into Sawgrass lead

Jon Rahm raced into the 54-hole lead with a stunning back-nine charge as Rory McIlroy and Tommy Fleetwood had to dig deep to remain in contention at The Players Championship.