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CARDIFF (Reuters) - Wales coach Wayne Pivac admitted to some frustration but says there is no panic and insists his team is heading in the right direction despite a second successive Six Nations loss on Saturday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Everything and anything that ever happened in the game of golf can be found between the covers of Alastair Johnston's vast 30,000-volume collection of golf books and he is donating the whole lot to the R&A at St Andrews.
(Reuters) - Forest Green Rovers, arguably the most talked about English lower-league soccer club due to their green ethos, received an early Christmas present after their plans for a 5,000-seat wooden stadium were finally approved.
YOKOHAMA (Reuters) - Coach Eddie Jones had no explanation for England's failure to mount any real threat in their 32-12 Rugby World Cup final defeat by South Africa on Saturday, saying that sometimes in sport you just come up against a better team on the day.
LONDON (Reuters) - England's serene progress towards Euro 2020 continued as captain Harry Kane grabbed a hat-trick in a 4-0 demolition of Bulgaria in Group A at Wembley on Saturday.
LYON, France (Reuters) - There was an upbeat tone to England manager Phil Neville after his team's semi-final loss to the United States in the women's World Cup semi-final on Tuesday but when the emotion has faded he will surely scrutinise more closely how his side's dream ended.
LAUSANNE, Switzerland (Reuters) - The International Olympic Committee inaugurated its new headquarters in Lausanne on Sunday, the 125th anniversary of the organisation which is preparing to select the host city for the 2026 Winter Olympics.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Genuine all-rounders can help with the balance of a team at the World Cup but they should be good enough to play leading roles with both bat and ball, the hero of India's 1983 triumph Mohinder Amarnath told Reuters.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia bowling coach Troy Cooley has no plans to carry on the role full-time after this year's Ashes series and expects to head back to his usual job at the national cricket academy after plotting England's downfall.
MALAYSIAN golfers are being offered a rare opportunity to play two golf courses of note in Mauritius – the Legend and the Links – at a specially organised visit in June.