2 March 2011: 8:17am
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Huddersfield combined magnificent defence with some scintillating attacking rugby to destroy Wakefield 52-0 in a one-sided Engage Super League derby at Belle Vue and climb to third place in the table.Read
A magnificent first-half performance saw Guinness Premiership leaders Leicester mark Lote Tuqiri's final appearance with a comfortable 35-19 bonus-point victory over London Irish at Welford Road.Read
Tottenham had Heurelho Gomes to thank for keeping them in their goalless FA Cup tie with Fulham at Craven Cottage that came alive in the second half.Read
Paul Scholes claimed his 100th Premier League goal in the 1-0 victory over Wolves which sent Manchester United back to the top of the table.Read
Bolton secured a vital 2-1 away victory against relegation rivals West Ham with two goals inside the opening 16 minutes from Kevin Davies and Jack Wilshere.Read
Arsenal closed in on the top of the Barclays Premier League with a 3-1 win over relegation-threatened Burnley, but saw captain Cesc Fabregas withdrawn with what appeared a hamstring problem.Read
Wembley's controversial pitch is to replaced for the 10th time since the new stadium was opened three years ago due to the combined effects of a harsh winter and freak weather conditions.Read
Football's rule-makers have shut the door on goal-line technology and effectively ended any chance of video replays coming into the game.Read
Michael Carberry admits the absence of England captain Andrew Strauss cast a significant shadow over his call-up to the Test squad but is desperate to step out of it in Bangladesh.Read
A relaxed Jenson Button heads into the new Formula One season with a feeling of being "at home" with McLaren after just two months.Read
Bradford coach Steve McNamara praised his side for their character in overturning a 20-0 deficit to hand Wigan their first defeat of 2010 but pleaded with them not to make a habit of it.Read
Scotland fly-half Dan Parks expects to be targeted by Lewis Moody in next weekend's Calcutta Cup clash with England. .Read
Martin O'Neill claims Aston Villa's attempts to ease a crowded fixture list by re-arranging games for next month rather than in March have been blocked by the Premier League.Read
Sir Alex Ferguson is confident Wayne Rooney will eventually curb his natural enthusiasm.Read
Portsmouth's season has included four different owners and the threat of liquidation - but it will also have a trip to Wembley after Frederic Piquionne earned them a 2-0 victory over Birmingham.Read
Everton are set to be thwarted in their bid to extend the loan spell of Landon Donovan at Goodison Park.Read
Manchester City winger Shaun Wright-Phillips admits he has been upset by a breakdown in talks over a new contract and denies he is being greedy.Read
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger admits Aaron Ramsey may never overcome the psychological impact of his horrific leg break, insisting "some players are never the same".Read
Alastair Cook hailed the talents of Craig Kieswetter and Kevin Pietersen despite the pair's wildly differing fortunes against Bangladesh on Friday.Read
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