24 April 2010: 12:56am
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Liverpool striker Fernando Torres has been ruled out for the remainder of the season after it was confirmed he would undergo surgery on his troublesome knee injury on Sunday night.Read
Jamie Rooney led Barrow Raiders to a famous upset in the Carnegie Challenge Cup fourth round with a 34-28 victory against his former club Castleford Tigers at the Jungle.Read
Holders Warrington have been handed a fifth-round trip to Huddersfield in a repeat of the 2009 Carnegie Challenge Cup final.Read
Leicester went back to the top of the Premiership with a brutally efficient 31-7 victory over Newcastle at Kingston Park.Read
Aston Villa substitute Nathan Delfouneso scored with his first touch to keep Martin O'Neill's European hopes alive with a well-deserved 2-1 win over Portsmouth at Fratton Park.Read
Lee Williamson ensured the 125th Steel City derby ended even as Sheffield United did arch-rivals Sheffield Wednesday no favours in their fight for Coca-Cola Championship survival.Read
A new pitch is to be laid at Wembley following criticism of the playing surface at English football's national stadium.Read
Kenny Miller grabbed his 20th goal of the season as Rangers moved within touching distance of retaining the Clydesdale Bank Premier League title with a 2-0 win over 10-man Hearts.Read
Three goals in the final 11 minutes gave Wigan arguably the most stunning victory in their Barclays Premier League history winning 3-2 to slam the door shut on Arsenal's faint title hopes.Read
Leeds coach Brian McClennan took great delight in his side's 48-24 Carnegie Challenge Cup fourth-round win over Hull and warned there is more to come.Read
Northampton rugby director Jim Mallinder hailed Chris Ashton as "remarkable" after the Saints replaced Leicester at the top of the Guinness Premiership.Read
PGA Championship winner YE Yang needed just two final-round birdies to win the Volvo China Open by two shots at a damp Jinji Lake International Golf Club.Read
Jenson Button secured his second victory of the season as he led a McLaren one-two ahead of Lewis Hamilton at an incident-packed Chinese Grand Prix.Read
Bolton boss Owen Coyle was delighted with his side's second-half response against Stoke after some "choice words" at the interval - but still does not feel they are entirely safe.Read
Manager Iain Dowie praised his Hull players after "a display to be proud of" as they earned a precious point from a goalless draw at Birmingham.Read
Burnley boss Brian Laws presented a defiant front after seeing his side slip deeper into relegation trouble with defeat at Sunderland.Read
Substitute Ayegbeni Yakubu may have grabbed all the headlines for his 12-minute cameo appearance in the 3-2 victory against Blackburn at Ewood Park but Everton manager David Moyes felt the result owed more to the overall team performance.Read
Sir Alex Ferguson praised Manchester United's "ghost" for raising their spirits in the Barclays Premier League title race.Read
Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti has urged his players to hold their nerve in the Barclays Premier League title race following their defeat against Tottenham at White Hart Lane.Read
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