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PETALING JAYA: It was a trip like no other but doubles shuttler Pearly Tan reckons it is worth all the hassle if that’s what it takes for her to compete on the international stage again.
LONDON (Reuters) - Hardly a week goes by without record signing Paul Pogba's future at Manchester United caught up in a swirl of speculation.
(Reuters) - England won a record-extending 16th women's Six Nations title, with a game to spare, after they took an unassailable lead in the standings when France failed to beat Scotland on Sunday.
EDINBURGH (Reuters) - Scotland handed South African-born winger Duhan van der Merwe a first cap when coach Gregor Townsend on Wednesday named his team for the test against Georgia at Murrayfield on Friday.
(Reuters) - Inter Milan are facing difficult build up to their Serie A meeting against neighbours AC Milan on Saturday with six players sidelined through COVID-19 and others returning from a hectic seven days of international football.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia will practise their drop goal plays this week ahead of the second Bledisloe Cup test against New Zealand, having eschewed the chance of a match-winning kick in Wellington, scrumhalf Nic White said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - An unnamed Irish player has been withdrawn from the squad for Sunday's Nations League game against Wales in Dublin following a positive COVID-19 test and four other players will also stand down, the Football Association of Ireland said in a statement.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Sonny Bill Williams had been on the verge of taking a European vacation with family until a call from the Sydney Roosters shook him out of holiday mode and reignited his competitive fires, he said on Wednesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur and England midfielder Dele Alli was robbed at knifepoint at his North London home in the early hours of Wednesday and the assailants got away with hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of valuables, British media reported.
LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal, preparing to restart its professional soccer league on May 30, will not automatically order entire squads to be quarantined if one or more players test positive for coronavirus.