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DJ heads packed leaderboard at PGA 

Dustin Johnson will take a one-shot lead into the final round of the PGA Championship as Brooks Koepka stayed in the hunt for a third straight win on an intriguing day three.

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Wigan place Richardson in charge of first team 

Wigan have placed assistant manager Leam Richardson in charge of the first team following Paul Cook’s resignation.

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Real and Spain legend Casillas announces retirement 

Real Madrid and Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas has announced his retirement from professional football.

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Vettel baffled by form, confidence ‘low’ 

Sebastian Vettel was at a loss to explain his “very difficult” British GP struggles, and admits he is currently lacking confidence in the Ferrari.

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England vs Ireland: Second ODI scorecard 

The latest score from the second ODI at The Ageas Bowl in Southampton. England lead the three-match series 1-0.

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Kent hands Rangers winning start at Aberdeen 

Rangers made a winning start in their bid to stop Celtic winning a record 10th successive Scottish Premiership title with a 1-0 victory at Aberdeen.

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LeBron: Keep foot on gas in social injustice fight 

LeBron James urged the NBA community to continue to stand strong against racism, social injustice and police brutality after leading the Los Angeles Lakers to victory over city rivals the Clippers.

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Woolf’s lessons from lockdown 

It has been well over a decade since Kristian Woolf gave up teaching for a full-time career coaching rugby league, although he may well have found himself dusting off some of those skills during lockdown.

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Norwich will only sell stars for ‘stupid’ money’ 

Daniel Farke says it will take “stupid” money for Norwich to consider selling their best players despite their relegation to the Sky Bet Championship.

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McCollin on Steel’s passion and Black Lives Matter 

Kalifa McCollin discusses her move to New Zealand, the Black Lives Matter movement, and what the Southern Steel franchise means to her.

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Panagarry: Fear of Aus and NZ has gone 

Natalie Panagarry joined Off The Court to discuss being selected as part of the Vitality Roses full-time programme for the 2020-2021 season and said the “fear” of Australia and New Zealand has gone.

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Vaughan hands in licence 

Newmarket handler Ed Vaughan has announced he is to quit training later in the season.

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Prutton’s EFL predictions 

Who is David Prutton tipping for victory in the Sky Bet Championship in the midweek round of games? Find out here…

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Giant steps to normality and refuelled for Tokyo 

After three months of lockdown, Andrew Pozzi is back in Italy and on the winning trail as GB’s top hurdler starts dreaming of the Olympics again.

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Wimbledon prize money boost for players 

A total of 620 players, singles and doubles, male and female, will benefit from Wimbledon’s £10m fund thanks in large to their pandemic insurance policy.

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