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Code switch not easy - Powell

Kevin Sinfield will switch codes at the end of the season

Former England captain Kevin Sinfield has been warned he will be a "target" when he makes the switch to rugby union at the end of the season.

Yorkshire pounce for Pujara

New Yorkshire signing Cheteshwar Pujara spent time last season at Derbyshire

Yorkshire have signed India international Cheteshwar Pujara until the end of May after cancelling the contract of Younus Khan.

Top-four fate in our hands - Rooney

Wayne Rooney says England are better than they showed in the first half in Turin

Wayne Rooney knows Champions League qualification is Manchester United's to lose, making this weekend's clash with Aston Villa all the more important.

New Warwickshire deal for Bell

Ian Bell has spent his entire county cricket career with Warwickshire

England batsman Ian Bell has signed a three-year contract extension with Warwickshire that will keep him at the club until the end of the 2017 season, the county have announced.

North ruled out of Clermont match

George North has suffered a series of head injuries

Northampton will await expert opinion before deciding when George North will next play after confirming the Wales wing will miss Saturday's European Champions Cup quarter-final at Clermont Auvergne after his latest head injury.

Townsend answers critics with goal

Andros Townsend, centre, emphatically answered his critics in Turin

Andros Townsend is looking forward to hearing what Paul Merson has to say for himself after he responded to jibes from the former Arsenal midfielder in the best way possible.

Not just horsing around for Wood

Mark Wood will not be content to make up the numbers during England's Test tour to the West Indies

Durham paceman Mark Wood hopes he can be a breath of fresh air for England on and off the field following their winter of discontent.

Woods practises at Augusta

Tiger Woods has been playing at Augusta but it remains unclear if he will compete in the Masters

Tiger Woods reportedly played 18 holes at the Augusta National Golf Club on Tuesday, but it remains unclear if he will compete in the Masters next week.

Townsend enjoys silencing critics

Andros Townsend responded to his critics with England's equaliser

Andros Townsend enjoyed silencing the critics with his wonder strike for England, saying naysayers like Paul Merson provided the perfect motivation for him in Italy.

England are grounded in Turin

Roy Hodgson, pictured, confirmed he and his squad will return to England on Wednesday

England were in for a prolonged stay in Italy following Tuesday night's 1-1 friendly draw after their flight was held up due to a "technical issue".

Murray eyes new target

Andy Murray has new goals in sight after reaching 500 career wins

Andy Murray has put his mind to marching towards a new target of career victories after joining the 500 club in Miami last night.

Hodgson hails super-subs

Andros Townsend's goalscoring display off the bench against Italy drew praise from manager Roy Hodgson

Roy Hodgson hailed Andros Townsend and Ross Barkley after the pair helped England salvage a 1-1 draw against Italy in Turin.

Farah set for Doha test

Mo Farah will race in Doha in May

Mo Farah will race over 3,000 metres at the opening Diamond League meeting of the year in Doha, organisers have announced.

Ward happy to fight Froch in UK

Carl Froch, pictured, could relish the chance to avenge his defeat to Andre Ward

Andre Ward has revealed he would be happy to give Carl Froch a re-match in the United Kingdom - but said he will not face the Nottingham fighter in his hometown.

Selby through despite neck injury

World champion Mark Selby is through to the second round of the China Open

World number one Mark Selby booked his place in the second round of the China Open after beating Mark Joyce 5-3 despite suffering from neck pain.