general sport news
Premier League champions Manchester United earn £60.8m in television revenue while Newcastle United suffer a £9.1m fall.
The Scottish Premier League's Neil Doncaster wants Scottish Football League clubs to vote on the top tier's revamp plans.
British number two James Ward gets a wildcard to compete in the Aegon Championships at Queen's Club next month.
Australia name a 15-player squad for the Women's Ashes series in England, and fast bowler Ellyse Perry is included.
McLaren say they “probably” diverted fewer resources from this year to 2014 and 2015 than planned to salvage their current car.
Europe captain Paul McGinley will have three wildcard picks for next year's Ryder Cup against USA at Gleneagles.
Cardiff Blues lock Bradley Davies will lead a squad including nine uncapped players on Wales' June tour to Japan.
Man City defender out of contract in June.
Winger Patrick Ah Van signs a new contract that will keep him at Widnes Vikings until the end of the 2015 season.
England manager Roy Hodgson and West Ham boss Sam Allardyce say Jose Mourinho would be welcomed back to English football.
A quick-fire look at some of Formula 1's most memorable moments from the Monaco Grand Prix over the years.
Celtic Dragons accept the tag of underdogs after making history by reaching their first Superleague netball final.
St Helens coach Nathan Brown praises his team's character as they come from 16-0 down to win at Leeds Rhinos.
Arsenal are through to the Continental Cup semi-finals after a thrilling 4-2 victory over Bristol Academy on Sunday.
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce says Manchester United appointing David Moyes is "a huge bonus" for British managers.