Jeremy Lynch got the England side off to a winning start at Soccer Aid for Unicef by scoring two goals.
Conservative leadership hopeful Rory Stewart got laughs from the audience Channel 4’s leadership debate as he compared Brexit negotiations with trying to get bags of rubbish into a bin.
Angelo Alessio was named as a the surprise choice to succeed Steve Clarke as Kilmarnock manager on Sunday.
Dan Evans made it back-to-back Challenger Tour titles by winning the Nature Valley Open in Nottingham.
Rohit Sharma’s sparkling 140 from 113 balls helped India maintain their stranglehold over Pakistan in the World Cup in front of a global television audience of around one billion viewers.
The West Indies are hoping to kick-start a charge towards the semi-finals of the World Cup with victory over Bangladesh at Taunton on Monday.
Nearly 2,000 runners turned out for the annual Race for Life in Dundee to help raise money for those fighting cancer.
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has unveiled a new settlement in the Israel-controlled Golan Heights, named after US President Donald Trump.
A man is in hospital with what have been described as “life-threatening injuries” after being stabbed at a rail station in East Dunbartonshire.
Sudan’s former president Omar al-Bashir has appeared in public for the first time since he was overthrown by the military.