An LS Lowry painting of a backstreet cricket match in Salford has fetched £1.2 million at auction.
A busy week of transfer business at Dundee continued with Shaun Byrne making it a double signing Tuesday at Dens Park.
England coach Phil Neville insists he will pick the strongest side possible against Japan despite the Lionesses having already qualified for the knockout stages of the Women’s World Cup.
Afghanistan batsman Hashmatullah Shahidi revealed he got back up after being floored by a Mark Wood bouncer in a bid to stop his mother worrying about him.
Bolton’s joint administrator has called for patience as the club edges closer to being sold.
Nicola Sturgeon has described the prospect of Boris Johnson becoming prime minister as “deeply concerning”, saying the Tory leadership favourite “seems to relish” the prospect of a “catastrophic” no-deal Brexit.
Liverpool winger Sheyi Ojo has insisted Steven Gerrard was the key reason he moved to Rangers on loan as Ibrox chiefs rejected reports their manager had held talks with Derby.
Andy Murray’s comeback has been delayed after rain washed out the entire day’s play at Queen’s Club for only the third time in 18 years on Tuesday.
Birmingham will focus on a “fresh and modern footballing philosophy” following the departure of manager Garry Monk.
A change of British prime minister will not result in a change in the Irish Government’s stance on Brexit, the Irish foreign affairs minister said.