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Richards bemoans poor Falcons start

Dean Richards' Newcastle were slow starters against Northampton

Newcastle director of rugby Dean Richards bemoaned his side's performance in the first half hour of their 35-10 Aviva Premiership defeat at home to Northampton Saints.

Bolasie inspires Palace fightback

Yannick Bolasie, left, shone in Palace's victory at Goodison Park

Yannick Bolasie inspired another smash-and-grab raid on Goodison Park as Crystal Palace came from behind to cling on for their first win of the season.

Lampard leveller saves City

Manchester City's Frank Lampard scored against his former club

Chelsea's record goalscorer Frank Lampard repaid the adulation of the visiting fans who cheered his arrival as a Manchester City substitute by scoring a late equaliser for his new club.

Saints alive again

Northampton's Ken Pisi scored a try in his team's Aviva Premiership win at Newcastle.

Northampton returned to winning ways in the Aviva Premiership with an emphatic 35-10 triumph over Newcastle Falcons.

Five-star Foxes sink ragged United

Leonardo Ulloa impressed in Leicester's win

Manchester United's defensive frailties were laid bare in the most embarrassing fashion as Leicester romped to a 5-3 win over Louis van Gaal's shell-shocked side at the King Power Stadium.

West Brom down sloppy Spurs

James Morrison, right, scored the only goal in West Brom's 1-0 win against Spurs

Under-fire Alan Irvine secured his first league win at the West Brom helm after deservedly overcoming sloppy and ponderous Tottenham at White Hart Lane.

Hamilton seizes championship lead

Lewis Hamilton emerged victorious in the Singapore Grand Prix to regain the lead of this year's Formula One world title race (AP)

Lewis Hamilton chalked up win number 29 of his Formula One career to finally regain the lead of this year's world title fight after Nico Rosberg suffered only his second retirement of the season.

Robshaw shrugs off speculation

Chris Robshaw is facing questions once again

Chris Robshaw insists experience has equipped him to handle the renewed speculation over his position as England's captain and openside.

Dyke wants end to gift culture

FA chairman Greg Dyke wants an end to the present-giving culture in the sport

Greg Dyke insists he will not resign as Football Association chairman after receiving a watch worth more than £16,000 but has called for an end to the culture of gifts being given to football officials.

Ivanovic adds to year's haul

Ana Ivanovic secured her fourth WTA title of the year in Tokyo on Sunday (AP)

Ana Ivanovic ensured 2014 will be the best year of her career to date after beating Caroline Wozniacki in the final of the Toray Pan Pacific Open.

Groves back with a win

UK's George Groves celebrates defeating France's Christopher Rebrasse during the EBU and WBC Silver and Final Eliminator Super Middleweight Title fight at Wembley Stadium, London.

George Groves made a winning return to action in his first fight since losing to Carl Froch in May by outpointing Frenchman Christopher Rebrasse at Wembley Arena.

Bony will bounce back - Monk

Wilfried Bony was sent off during the first half

Swansea boss Garry Monk expects Wilfried Bony to learn from the red card which handed Southampton the initiative in their Barclays League Premier meeting at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday.

Cisse defied docs to rescue Pardew

Newcastle's Papiss Cisse, left, celebrates his goal with manager Alan Pardew, right

Alan Pardew admitted saviour Papiss Cisse should not have played after coming off the bench to snatch a vital draw for the Newcastle boss.

Wenger never lost faith in Ozil

Arsene Wenger, pictured, insists he never had any concerns about Arsenal's Mesut Ozil

Arsene Wenger insisted he never thought of resting Mesut Ozil after the German inspired Arsenal to victory at Aston Villa.

New boys leave Allardyce buzzing

West Ham's win over Liverpool delighted manager Sam Allardyce

Manager Sam Allardyce lauded an outstanding performance by his West Ham new boys following the 3-1 Barclays Premier League defeat of Liverpool at Upton Park.

Frayssinous celebrates historic win

Brian McDermott watched his Leeds side crash out of the Super League play-offs

Laurent Frayssinous described it as the finest moment of his coaching career after guiding Catalan Dragons to a first win at Headingley in 10 attempts.