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Higgins hoping for career kick-start
John Higgins says he still has a competitive desire to win and hopes a run at the UK Championship can give his career the kick-start it desperately needs
Wallabies expecting bill for dressing-room door
Wallabies staff broke a dressing-room door and hinges after the defeat by Ireland in Dublin, causing "a few thousand euros" worth of damage, the Irish Examiner reports
'I would love to captain a Ryder Cup team'
Ian Poulter says he would love to one day captain the European Ryder Cup team - but hopes he is at least 10 years away from that dream becoming a reality
Crusaders may host Hurricanes in Fiji
A sponsor is reported to have offered to back the Crusaders' Super Rugby 2015 game against the Hurricanes if it is played in Fiji, as AMI Stadium is unavailable due to an international soccer tournament
Wasps' Daly hit with three-week ban
Wasps' Elliot Daly has been banned for three weeks for verbally abusing referee Ian Tempest in his side's 31-15 Aviva Premiership defeat at Exeter Chiefs on Saturday
ESPN explains Wallabies' second-half stumbles
Richard Kelly pinpoints the areas in which the Wallabies must improve if they are to boost their below-par output in the second half of matches under Michael Cheika
Matt Toomua right fit for No.10 jumper
Reports comparing the 2014 Wallabies with their rabble-like predecessors of 2005 are unfair and self-serving, Greg Growden reports
All Blacks best team in the world for a reason
Wales did the All Blacks a favour with their best effort against New Zealand for many years, for 68 minutes at Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Craig Dowd writes
At the double
How many F1 champions have won the Le Mans 24 Hour race?
Lewis Hamilton celebrates in style ... with beans on toast
Having just become a double world champion, one could forgive Lewis Hamilton for waking up the next morning with a hangover to match
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