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BBC Rugby News

Alex Goode: Saracens full-back signs new deal but will spend next season in Japan

Full-back Alex Goode extends his Saracens contract until 2023, but will spend next season on loan at Japanese side NEC Green Rockets.

Premiership: Any club unable to play because of Covid-19 could be given 20-0 defeat

Any Premiership club unable to field a team due to positive coronavirus cases when the season resumes could be handed a 20-0 loss.

Premiership: How will Black Lives Matter movement be marked when season resumes?

How to acknowledge the Black Lives Matter movement when the Premiership returns is discussed on the Rugby Union Weekly podcast.

Agustin Creevy: London Irish sign Argentina's most-capped player

Premiership side London Irish sign hooker Agustin Creevy - Argentina's most-capped player.

Andre Esterhuizen & Wilco Louw: Harlequins pair to miss restart because of visa issues

Harlequins will be without their new Springbok signings for the Premiership's return after visa issues caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Scotland Women: Philip Doyle stands down as coach as he continues to shield

Philip Doyle stands down as head coach of Scotland Women as he continues to shield on medical grounds amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Ken Owens: Wales hooker to lead Scarlets for record seventh season

Wales and British and Irish Lions hooker Ken Owens will captain Scarlets for a record seventh season in 2020-21.

Exeter Chiefs chairman Tony Rowe warns of 'serious' financial issues without fans

Exeter chairman Tony Rowe says they will have major financial problems if fans cannot attend games by the end of the year.

BBC Sport

Barcelona player tests positive for Covid-19

An unnamed Barcelona squad member tests positive for Covid-19 but has not been in contact with any senior players.

Champions League quarter-finals: All you need to know

The Champions League has finally reached the last eight. But who will win it from here?

Champions League: Stories to look out for in latter stages in Lisbon

What could the major stories be in the Champions League latter stages as the quarter-finals start in Lisbon?

England women: Sarina Wiegman preferred choice to succeed Phil Neville

Netherlands women's manager Sarina Wiegman is the FA's preferred choice to succeed Phil Neville as England's head coach.

Paris Marathon: Rescheduled event cancelled amid coronavirus pandemic

The 2020 Paris Marathon, rescheduled for 15 November, is cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic.

BBC Women's Sport Survey: Periods, the pill and the effect on female athletes

Female athletes discuss how periods, contraceptive pills and the coil can impact their performance in unexpected ways.

Europa League: Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo says his team 'need more players'

Wolves need to sign more players to make their squad stronger, says boss Nuno Espirito Santo after their Europa League exit.

Shakhtar Donetsk 4-1 FC Basel: Ukrainians book Europa League semi with Inter Milan

Shakhtar Donetsk cruise past FC Basel in Gelsenkirchen to book a Europa League semi-final with Inter Milan.

BBC Live Football Feeds and Football News

England women: Sarina Wiegman preferred choice to succeed Phil Neville

Netherlands women's manager Sarina Wiegman is the FA's preferred choice to succeed Phil Neville as England's head coach.

Champions League quarter-finals: All you need to know

The Champions League has finally reached the last eight. But who will win it from here?

Champions League: Stories to look out for in latter stages in Lisbon

What could the major stories be in the Champions League latter stages as the quarter-finals start in Lisbon?

Barcelona player tests positive for Covid-19

An unnamed Barcelona squad member tests positive for Covid-19 but has not been in contact with any senior players.

Europa League: Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo says his team 'need more players'

Wolves need to sign more players to make their squad stronger, says boss Nuno Espirito Santo after their Europa League exit.

Highlights: Dundee United 0-1 Hibernian

Christian Doidge's strike against Dundee United ensures Hibs move top of the Scottish Premiership.

Why are there so few black and minority ethnic sporting statues?

Of 240 statues of athletes in the UK, only 10 are of black or ethnic minority sportsmen or women - BBC Sport asks why.

Champions League: How Atalanta took Europe by storm before facing PSG

As they prepare to take on PSG in the Champions League, BBC Sport finds out how Atalanta have become a force in Italy and on the continent.

BBC Live Cricket Feeds and Cricket News

T20 Blast: Finals Day on 3 October and Bob Willis Trophy final on 23 September

T20 Blast Finals Day will take place at Edgbaston on Saturday 3 October in the hope games might be played in front of a crowd.

Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy: Finals Day on 26 September, venue to be decided

Finals Day for the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy women's competition will take place on 26 September, with the venue to be confirmed.

England v Pakistan: Dom Sibley says he should have five Test centuries

England opener Dom Sibley says he is "greedy" for "more big runs" in the final two Tests against Pakistan.

Jordan Cox: Kent batsman to miss Middlesex fixture after Covid-19 breach

Kent's in-form Jordan Cox will miss out on facing Middlesex after breaching Covid-19 protocols.

Stuart Broad: England bowler fined for 'inappropriate language' during first Pakistan Test

England bowler Stuart Broad has been fined 15% of his match fee for using "inappropriate language" during the first Test against Pakistan.

Bob Willis Trophy: Essex, Yorkshire, Hampshire and Gloucestershire all triumph

Essex's Simon Harmer takes 14 wickets as they beat Surrey in the Bob Willis Trophy, while Yorkshire, Hampshire and Gloucestershire also win.

Simon Harmer: Brexit set to end South Africa-born spinner's England hopes

South Africa-born Essex spinner Simon Harmer thinks his hopes of playing for England are over because of rule changes triggered by Brexit.

Women's cricket: Domestic 50-over competition named Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy

This season's women's 50-over domestic competition will be named the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy in honour of England's World Cup-winning captain.

BBC Tennis News and Feeds

Serena Williams wins on return to action at Top Seed Open

Former world number one Serena Williams recovers from a set and three break points down to beat Bernarda Pera in her first match in six months.

Johanna Konta says she had heart palpitations during Lexington Open defeat

British pair Johanna Konta and Heather Watson both lose in their comeback matches on the WTA Tour in Kentucky.

Palermo Open: Fiona Ferro wins first tour-level event since March

Fiona Ferro upsets fourth seed Anett Kontaveit in straight sets to win the first tour-level tennis title in five months at the Palermo Open.

US Open 2020: Serena Williams still planning to play event and French Open

Serena Williams says she is still planning to play this month's US Open and the French Open in September.

US Open: Elina Svitolina and Kiki Bertens pull out of Grand Slam event

World number five Elina Svitolina and number seven Kiki Bertens are the latest names to pull out of the US Open.

Andy Murray receives US Open wildcard

Andy Murray is awarded a wildcard into the main draw of the 2020 US Open, which starts on 31 August.

US Open 2020: Rafael Nadal will not play at Grand Slam in New York

Defending champion Rafael Nadal has decides not to play the US Open later this month because the coronavirus pandemic is "not under control".

Madrid Open: ATP & WTA event cancelled after rise in Spain coronavirus cases

The Madrid Open is cancelled after organisers are advised by Spanish health ministers not to hold it amid the city's "deteriorating" coronavirus situation.


 
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