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Hull KR fight back to seal win - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
2015-03-01T18:24:48Z
Australian all-time great David Campese watched his nephew lead Hull KR to their first win of the season as they came from 20-6 down to beat Wigan 22-20 in a cliffhanger at the KC Lightstream Stadium. Rovers skipper Terry Campese, playing in front of the ...

Ireland derail England hopes - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
2015-03-01T18:24:48Z
England collapsed to an alarming 19-9 defeat by Ireland as their pursuit of a first RBS 6 Nations title under Stuart Lancaster derailed spectacularly at the Aviva Stadium. Jonathan Sexton inspired the reigning champions' 10th successive victory by ...

Liverpool loss hits City title bid - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
2015-03-01T14:28:34Z
Liverpool put a huge dent in Manchester City's title hopes with a 2-1 victory which dramatically enhanced their own hopes of a top-four finish. Chelsea's involvement in the Capital One Cup final had given Manuel Pellegrini's side a chance to reduce the gap ...

Gunners bounce back with win - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
2015-03-01T17:06:03Z
Arsenal recovered from their midweek European nightmare to beat Everton 2-0 at the Emirates Stadium and move back to third in the Barclays Premier League. Olivier Giroud, who missed several chances as the Gunners slumped to a 3-1 home defeat by Monaco in ...



England need a new approach - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
2015-03-01T16:15:57Z
England have been accused of showing unfathomable faith in a formula for failure after a humiliating World Cup defeat to Sri Lanka. A third thumping defeat of the tournament, this time by nine wickets in Wellington, plunged England into a deep hole from ...

Joburg Open success for Sullivan - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
2015-03-01T14:42:53Z
England's Andy Sullivan claimed his second European Tour title in Johannesburg in the space of eight weeks on Sunday, carding a closing 66 to win the Joburg Open. Sullivan finished 17 under par at Royal Johannesburg and Kensington Golf Club, two shots ...

Pietersen to make England decision - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
2015-03-01T14:42:53Z
Kevin Pietersen will decide in the coming week if his England career can be salvaged. The incoming chairman of the England and Wales Cricket Board, Colin Graves, has told Pietersen he has to play county cricket if he harbours any hopes of an England return ...

Pakistan off the mark - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
2015-03-01T13:45:37Z
Pakistan finally got their World Cup campaign up and running as they beat Zimbabwe by 20 runs in a low-scoring contest in Brisbane. Batting first they made 235 - recovering from four for two - and were then able to restrict Zimbabwe to 215 all out in their ...



Poyet hits out at referees - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
2015-03-01T13:45:37Z
Gus Poyet hit out at the standard of refereeing in England after he was left baffled by Roger East's decision to dismiss Wes Brown in Sunderland's 2-0 defeat at Manchester United. Sunderland were on course for a 0-0 draw at Old Trafford before Wayne Rooney ...

Krul out to upset Van Gaal - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
2015-03-01T13:16:59Z
Tim Krul is hoping to pile the pressure on his former international boss Louis van Gaal as Newcastle attempt to dent Manchester United's bid for a top-four finish. The 26-year-old Holland keeper, who played under Van Gaal at last summer's World Cup in ...

Hackett calls for Webb return - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
2015-03-01T13:02:40Z
Former referee Keith Hackett has called on Howard Webb to come out of retirement in a bid to improve the standard of officiating. Webb, widely considered one of England's best ever referees, retired in August 2014 to become the technical director of the ...

Call to tell voters about paid jobs - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
2015-03-01T10:32:21Z
All would-be MPs should be forced to tell voters what paid jobs they have and whether they would keep them if elected, a sleaze watchdog has said. Lord Bew, chair of the Committee on Standards in Public Life, told The Observer politicians were "really ...

Duke hears tales of tsunami horror - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
2015-03-01T06:28:58Z
The Duke of Cambridge has heard the harrowing stories of Japanese tsunami survivors during a visit to communities devastated by the disaster. William toured a coastal area that saw thousands killed and tens of thousands made homeless when the huge wage ...

Monk eyes record points haul - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
2015-02-28T22:15:03Z
Swansea boss Garry Monk hailed his side's march to the magical 40-point barrier after their gruelling 1-0 win over Burnley at Turf Moor. Kieran Trippier's chaotic 54th-minute own goal proved enough for Monk's men to hit the mark with 11 games to spare ...

Saints confidence hit: Koeman - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
2015-02-28T22:15:03Z
Boss Ronald Koeman admits Southampton must rebuild their waning confidence as they try to cling on to their European dream. The Saints have won just once in their last five Barclays Premier League games and have failed to score in their last three outings ...

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