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Dozens of people are arrested after police in riot gear are deployed ahead of a football match in Nuneaton.
Watch the key moments of France's 23-16 win over Scotland on the final weekend of the 2013 Six Nations.
Chief sports writer Tom Fordyce reflects on Wales' spectacular Six Nations title-clinching rout of England
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson says his side will not be complacent despite going 15 points clear.
Wales caretaker coach Rob Howley says beating England 30-3 to win the 2013 Six Nations is a better feeling than the team's 2012 Grand Slam.
Stuart Lancaster says England failed to match the physicality of Wales after their Grand Slam dreams were crushed in Cardiff.
Manchester United boss Alex Ferguson says Manchester City's defeat at Everton "took the edge off" his side as they struggled in their narrow 1-0 victory over Reading.
Interim Wales coach Rob Howley hails their 2013 Six Nations title as a better achievement than the 2012 Grand Slam.
Danny Brough kicks four goals as Huddersfield beat Hull to extend their lead at the top of Super League to three points.
BBC football pundit Pat Nevin looks at some of the very best goals from the Scottish Premier League during the month of February, (UK only).
China's Ding Junhui makes a maximum 147 break against Mark Allen at the Players Tour Championship Grand Finals.
Watch highlights as Wales thrash England 30-3 to clinch the Six Nations title at Millennium Stadium.
Thomas Bosc's 18-point haul helps Catalan Dragons come from behind to beat Widnes 46-14 in Perpignan.
Harry Redknapp says that bottom-placed QPR need to win up to five of their remaining games to avoid relegation.
Ireland boss Declan Kidney says discussions on his future "will be for another day" after his team lost 22-15 in Italy in their final Six Nations match - their first ever defeat by the Azzurri.
Declan Kidney says he will take time to consider his future as Ireland coach following a poor Six Nations campaign.
Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino says he is proud of the trajectory his team are following, after they beat Liverpool 3-1 at St Mary's.
QPR boss Harry Redknapp says his side "need five wins" to stay in the Premier League after a 3-2 loss at fellow strugglers Aston Villa.