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Italy veteran Ghiraldini returns from injury for WC

Italy veteran Ghiraldini returns from injury for WC

Leonardo Ghiraldini is set to return from injury with the experienced hooker included yesterday in Italy’s largely youthful squad which features 23 tournament debutants for next month’s rugby World Cup in Japan.

Medard ends try drought with double to sink Scotland

Medard ends try drought with double to sink Scotland

‘We thought we had prepared squad well, but we were wrong. We wasted the whole first-half’

Stokes century, sub Labuschagne’s fifty on absorbing final day

Stokes century, sub Labuschagne’s fifty on absorbing final day

Australia remain 1-0 up in series after second Ashes Test ends in a draw

‘Groggy’ Smith misses final day of second Test, in doubt for third

‘Groggy’ Smith misses final day of second Test, in doubt for third

Australia’s Steve Smith has been ruled out of the last day of the second Ashes Test with concussion against England at Lord’s, saying he felt “groggy” yesterday morning.

Captain Karunaratne’s ton leads Sri Lanka to New Zealand Test win

Captain Karunaratne’s ton leads Sri Lanka to New Zealand Test win

‘The last time I scored a hundred was a year ago... I got an opportunity today I cashed in’

Captain Karunaratne's ton leads Sri Lanka to New Zealand Test win

Captain Karunaratne's ton leads Sri Lanka to New Zealand Test win

Captain Dimuth Karunaratne scored 122 as Sri Lanka chased down 268 for the loss of just four wickets to win the first Test against New Zealand at Galle on Sunday and take a 1-0 lead in the two-match series.

SL set up final day thriller vs NZ

SL set up final day thriller vs NZ

Sri Lanka’s batters set the stage yesterday for a thrilling final day, reaching 133 without loss at stumps on day four as they chased 268 to beat New Zealand in the first Test in Galle.

City held by Spurs after late VAR drama, Liverpool extend perfect start

City held by Spurs after late VAR drama, Liverpool extend perfect start

Manchester City were forced to settle for a 2-2 draw against Tottenham after the Premier League champions were denied a dramatic winner by VAR, while Liverpool extended their perfect start to the title race with a 2-1 win at Southampton yesterday.

Marseille eke out point with goalless draw in Nantes

Marseille eke out point with goalless draw in Nantes

Marseille wasted a penalty yesterday before finishing the match clinging to a 0-0 Ligue 1 draw at Nantes. For both teams the stalemate yielded a first point of the young season. Marseille had a chance to score their first goal of the campaign after VAR detected a handball in the home box

Zidane indicates Bale will stay after Madrid beat Celta

Zidane indicates Bale will stay after Madrid beat Celta

Zinedine Zidane indicated Gareth Bale will stay at Real Madrid after the Welshman led the way in a 3-1 victory over Celta Vigo yesterday. Bale was back in the team and back in form at Balaidos, with Zidane’s eagerness to sell him this summer perhaps fresh in his mind as he teed up Karim Benzema’s

Wales top of the world after beating England 13-6

Wales top of the world after beating England 13-6

Wales topped the world rugby rankings for the first time after beating England 13-6 yesterday in Cardiff, ending almost a decade at the summit for World Cup holders New Zealand.

All Blacks whip Wallabies 36-0 to send out message

All Blacks whip Wallabies 36-0 to send out message

The All Blacks sent out an emphatic message that they are not to be underestimated at the World Cup as they bounced back from last week’s hiding to thrash the Wallabies 36-0 in Auckland yesterday.

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