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Johnson fires Aus to brink of victory
Mitchell Johnson fired Australia to the brink of victory with India clinging on at 157 for seven at lunch on the fourth day of the second test at the Gabba in Brisbane on Saturday. Read full article
Bengo penalty lifts Villa
A Steven Bengo first half penalty claimed all points for SC Villa as the 16-time record winners edged Bright Stars 1-0 in the Uganda Premier League (UPL) at the Ssaza Grounds, Mityana on Friday. Read full article
URA upstage Red Eagles
Frank Kalanda struck the game’s only goal as URA edged Express 1-0 in a Uganda Premier League (UPL) match played at the Mehta Stadium in Lugazi on Friday. Read full article
Lweza shock champs KCC
Farouk Musisi struck the fatal blow on KCC as Lweza shocked the defending champions 1-0 in a Uganda Premier League (UPL) match played at Wankulukuku on Friday. Read full article
Entebbe claim second victory
Entebbe won only their second Uganda Premier League (UPL) match of the season as they edged fellow relegation strugglers Rwenshama 2-1 at Nakivubo on Friday. Read full article
Kasumba brace downs Soana
Umar Kasumba scored a double as Police continued their decent start to the Uganda Premier League (UPL) with a 2-0 victory over Soana at Kavumba Recreational Centre on Friday. Read full article
German bank sues Ecclestone
German bank BayernLB is seeking €345 million in a lawsuit against Formula One magnate Bernie Ecclestone over the 2006 sale of the sport's rights, according to a report. Read full article
Roma coach Garcia wins ban appeal
Rudi Garcia has won his appeal against a two-match ban imposed for allegedly clashing with a steward after his side's Serie A win at Genoa last Sunday, the Italian Football Federation said on Friday. Read full article
More derby joy for Peoples’ Team
Santos made it two National First Division derby wins in a row when they beat FC Cape Town 2-0 at the Athlone Stadium on Friday night. Read full article
Nigeria U20s thrash Highlanders 10-0
Nigeria's Under-20 national team, the Flying Eagles, continued their free-scoring display in warm-up games when they overran a NationWide League outfit, Highlanders FC 10-0 in Kaduna on Friday. Read full article
Rita Jeptoo 'B' sample positive
Kenya's top woman marathon runner Rita Jeptoo is facing a two-year suspension after her "B" sample turned positive for the banned blood-boosting drug EPO, Athletics Kenya said on Friday. Read full article
Dortmund hunt points in Bremen
Borussia Dortmund head to Werder Bremen on Saturday eager to claim points to escape the Bundesliga's bottom three amidst the scandal surrounding Germany winger Marco Reus. Read full article
NNL clubs in blame game
Ranchers Bees have berated the performance of referee Charles Ozigbo from Anambra State in their NNL replay encounter against Kwara United in Abuja on Friday. Read full article
NZ not perfect but still Cup favourites
Steve Hansen's All Blacks again set the standard for the rest of the rugby world but performances by the chasing pack in 2014 demonstrated next year's rugby World Cup in England could be the most open yet. Read full article
Prizes shared but Djokovic, Serena still rule
Grand slam titles were shared around like slices of pizza in 2014 but for all the welcome variety Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams ended the year still setting the standard. Read full article
F1 showed its best and worst in 2014
Formula One entered a brave new world in 2014 but sometimes the glamour sport seemed more cruel than cool, and more determined to alienate than attract new fans. Read full article
Hughes tragedy overshadows eventful year
Phillip Hughes's tragic death cast a shadow over an eventful year that saw Ashes rivals Australia and England brawl on the field and bond off it. Read full article
Pearson handed touchline ban and fine
Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson has been given a one-match touchline ban and fined £10 000after arguing with a fan during their Premier League defeat by Liverpool this month. Read full article
'Celtic Tiger' McIlroy dominant in 2014
A year to forget for an injury-plagued Tiger Woods was savoured sweetly by Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy after the 'Celtic Tiger' won two majors in 2014 to regain his status as the game's leading player. Read full article
Hart signs extended deal with Man City
Manchester City and England goalkeeper Joe Hart has signed a new long-term deal with the Premier League champions that will run until the end of the 2018/19 season, the club said on Friday. Read full article
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