Day four at the Rugby World Cup saw Wales open their account in bonus-point fashion with a 43-14 win over Georgia in Toyota.
The Duchess of Sussex has publicly spoken for the first time since becoming a royal about being a “woman of colour” as she gave a rousing speech to South African township teenage girls.
Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde is targeting a maximum points haul from this week’s two LaLiga matches to ignite their stuttering title defence and nip any murmurings of crisis in the bud.
Luton defender Martin Cranie could return to contention for Tuesday’s Carabao Cup tie against Leicester.
England have handed maiden Test squad call-ups to four players for the upcoming tour of New Zealand, after the drawn Ashes series with Australia.
Ireland’s European minister has denied that the Government has misled the public over border infrastructure, after the European Commission president said that Brussels will insist on border checks if there is a no-deal Brexit.
A CCTV company director and her employee who illegally accessed mortuary security camera images of footballer Emiliano Sala’s body out of “morbid curiosity” have both been jailed.
Honda has revealed a newly updated version of its popular Africa Twin adventure bike, promising a bike which is easier to ride while being no less capable.
The Football Association of Wales has expressed disappointment that travelling fans will not be allowed to attend the national team’s Euro 2020 qualifier in Slovakia after UEFA ordered it to be played behind closed doors.
Watford head coach Quique Sanchez Flores has no fresh injury concerns as he prepares his team for Tuesday night’s Carabao Cup third-round clash with Swansea.