Rugby

Scotland have been boosted by the return of key players for their November internationals, including Jonny Gray, Greig Laidlaw, Finn Russell and Tommy Seymour.
The Duhaney Park Red Sharks defeated the Jamaica Defence Force Warriors 30-4 to win the 2018 JRLA Knockout title, their third straight.
Wallabies fly-half Bernard Foley has unfinished business ahead of the World Cup, re-signing with Rugby Australia (RA) and the Waratahs until the end of 2019.
England have suffered another blow after Chris Robshaw was ruled out of the November internationals with a knee injury.
Billy Vunipola will miss England's November internationals after the luckless Saracens number eight fractured his left arm.
Dalton Papalii was the only uncapped player named in a 32-man All Blacks squad for their tour of Japan and Europe, while Matt Todd was also included.
Wigan Warriors centre Dan Sarginson claimed the second Super League Grand Final ring of his career and dedicated the success to his brother, who died in September.
England head coach Eddie Jones will await news of Saracens' walking wounded after the Vunipola brothers were among the casualties in a bruising European Champions Cup win at Glasgow Warriors.
Stuart Hogg hinted he could leave Glasgow Warriors when his contract expires next year.
Newcastle Falcons marked their European Champions Cup return with a famous 26-25 win at Toulon and Saracens beat Glasgow Warriors despite injuries sustained by the Vunipola brothers.
Tom Howe scored a first-half double as Worcester Warriors pulled off a shock 38-27 European Challenge Cup bonus-point win at Stade Francais and 12-try La Rochelle humiliated Enisei on Saturday.
Winning the Super League Grand Final in his last game as Wigan Warriors head coach was "the perfect end" for Shaun Wane. Wigan overcame Warrington Wolves 12-4 at Old Trafford…
Shaun Wane's final match in charge of Wigan Warriors ended in Super League Grand Final glory with a 12-4 victory over Warrington Wolves in a fiery encounter at Old Trafford.
Freddie Burns apologised for a costly late gaffe in Bath's 22-20 defeat to Toulouse which left him at an "ultimate low" and Exeter Chiefs were held by Munster in the…
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