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All not lost for England - Wood

Mark Wood, right, celebrates with Adam Lyth after taking the wicket of Corey Anderson

Mark Wood insists England can still begin their Ashes summer with a Lord's victory from an unpromising position - as long as they follow the battling example shown by captain Alastair Cook.

Wane slams woeful Wigan

Shaun Wane was furious with Wigan's display

Wigan coach Shaun Wane pulled no punches after watching his side capitulate to a rampant Catalans Dragons, who sauntered to a 58-16 victory in Perpignan.

Dragons rout Wigan

Catalan Dragons' Morgan Escare was among the tries against Wigan

Catalans Dragons moved into sixth position in Super League with a 58-16 win over Wigan in Perpignan.

Ford vows to attack in final

Bath head coach Mike Ford is relishing tackling Saracens in next Saturday's Aviva Premiership final

Bath boss Mike Ford has vowed there will be no change to his team's scintillating attacking approach when they contest next Saturday's Aviva Premiership final against Saracens at Twickenham.

Banahan treble tames Tigers

Bath Rugby's Matt Banahan celebrates a try in the win over Leicester

Bath will meet Saracens in next Saturday's Aviva Premiership final after three Matt Banahan tries helped send them to Twickenham for the first time since 2004.

McCall: Sarries defied sickness bug

Mark McCall revealed many Saracens players had been laid low by a sickness bug this week

Mark McCall revealed that Saracens defied a bug that had swept through their ranks to book their place in next Saturday's Aviva Premiership final with a 29-24 victory over Northampton.

Farrell kicks Saracens into final

Saracens fly-half Owen Farrell kicked 19 points at Franklin's Gardens

Saracens emerged triumphant from a heavyweight showdown at Franklin's Gardens to advance into next Saturday's Aviva Premiership final with a 29-24 victory over Northampton.

Fleetwood and Jimenez thrill crowds

Francesco Molinari holds a share of the lead at Wentworth

Rory McIlroy's absence was barely noticed as an albatross from Tommy Fleetwood and a hole-in-one from Miguel Angel Jimenez lit up the third round of the BMW PGA Championship.

Williamson puts Kiwis on top

Kane Williamson reached his 10th Test century, at Lord's

England are battling to stay in contention at Lord's, and avoid a false start to their Ashes summer, after conceding a 134-run first-innings advantage to New Zealand.

Hamilton hails 'special' pole

It's a first for Lewis Hamilton as he takes pole position for Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton is not getting carried away with his first ever Monaco pole position, rejecting the notion that victory is all but assured on Sunday.

Murray: Mauresmo input can be key

Andy Murray's, right, coach Amelie Mauresmo won two grand slams during her career

Andy Murray believes coach Amelie Mauresmo's experience of the pressures of playing at the French Open could give him the edge as he bids for his first Roland Garros title.

Gerrard ready for final farewell

Sunday's trip to Stoke will be Steven Gerrard's 710th and final appearance for Liverpool

Headlines about Raheem Sterling's contract issues and the prospect of Liverpool losing a star player this summer have deflected attention from the departure of one of the club's true greats.

McDermott hails hero Sinfield

Kevin Sinfield moved up to third place in rugby league's all-time list of leading scorers as Leeds beat Hull KR

Leeds coach Brian McDermott hailed his captain Kevin Sinfield after he scored 16 points in the Rhinos' 36-16 win over Hull KR to become the third highest scorer in the history of rugby league.

England rue missed chances

Moeen Ali, pictured, dismissed Tom Latham but other opportunities went begging for England

England could only rue missed chances as New Zealand's batsmen took control on day two of the first Investec Test at Lord's.

Mourinho: Bad decisions cost us

Jose Mourinho says Chelsea have not done enough to be labelled 'great'

Jose Mourinho maintains Chelsea were the victims of bad decisions despite winning the Premier League title at a canter this season.

Pellegrini relaxed ahead of review

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini is confident he will still be in position next season

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has played down the significance of his anticipated end-of-season review with the club's top brass.

Veteran duo eyed for England roles

Frank Lampard, left, and Steven Gerrard, right, will play their final Premier League games this weekend

Roy Hodgson wants Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard to take on coaching roles with England when they finish their respective spells in the United States.