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Leander Dendoncker’s fine volley saw Wolves finally break down Fulham Wolves moved a step closer to a seventh-placed Premier League finish and potentially European football next season as Leander Dendoncker’s volley gave the hosts victory over Fulham at Molineux. After a largely frustrating 75 minutes, Joao Moutinho played in Matt Doherty down the right for […]

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Matt Milnes celebrates taking the wicket of Surrey batsman Mark Stoneman for a single Royal London One-Day Cup, Kia Oval Surrey 127 (35.2 overs): Elgar 62*; Milnes 3-37 Kent 131-2 (28 overs): Bell-Drummond 41, Kuhn 36* Kent won by eight wickets Scorecard Surrey’s woeful One-Day Cup form continued as they were handed a sixth defeat […]

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Fans will be able to apply online to enter the Wimbledon ticket ballot for 2020 after organisers announced an end to the postal application system in operation since 1924 Fans will no longer need to use pen, paper and a stamped addressed envelope to apply for Wimbledon tickets after the grass-court showpiece announced an end […]

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Eugenie Le Sommer scored Lyon’s opener Chelsea were knocked out of the Women’s Champions League after a terrific semi-final second leg against holders Lyon. Leading 2-1 from the first leg, Lyon went further ahead through Eugenie Le Sommer’s deflected shot but Chelsea hit back with Ji So-Yun’s superb free-kick. The Blues pushed for a leveller […]

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionPolice have cordoned off the Knightsbridge store “Brazen” ram-raiders smashed a van into the front of Tiffany & Co in London before they fled on mopeds with “significant” amounts of jewellery. The Ford Transit was driven into the shop in Sloane Square, Knightsbridge, at about 03:00 BST, […]

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