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Ryan Kendell: I only played 40 minutes but I'll take the headlines

FA Trophy winner's, North Ferriby United's two goal striker Ryan Kendell says he is happy to take the headlines, despite only playing forty minutes of their Wembley final.

The striker scored to take the final to extra time and then again to put the Conference North side into the lead for the first time, before putting away his penalty in the decisive shoot-out:

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Germanwings disaster: 78 DNA strands 'found on site'

A French rescue worker inspects a remnant of the Airbus A320. Credit: Reuters

DNA belonging to 78 people has been found by recovery workers at the site of the Germanwings air disaster, Agence France-Presse reports.

The news agency quoted Brice Robin, one of the lead prosecutors on the case, who said an access road was being built to make it easier to access the site in the French Alps.

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Germanwings renames Flight 4U 9525 after crash

A Germanwings flight 4U 9441 - which was formerly called 4U 9525. Credit: REUTERS/Albert Gea

Germanwings has renamed Flight 4U 9525 following the French Alps air disaster which left 150 people dead.

A Germanwings plane before departure at Barcelona's El Prat airport today. Credit: REUTERS/Albert Gea

Earlier today, passengers boarded the newly-named Flight 4U 9441 from Barcelona to Dusseldorf for the first time since the plane crash.

Anti-drink spiking event held in memory of Jane Khalaf

The parents of a 19-year-old student from Huddersfield who died after claiming her drink had been spiked abroad have spent the last four months trying to find out more about what happened to their daughter.

Jane died following a night out with friends in Germany

Jane Khalaf was on an exchange trip to Germany in November when she collapsed after a night out. Jane died eight days later in hospital - and drugs were discovered in her system although her parents say she was always totally anti-drugs.

On what would have been Jane's birthday, an event was held in her hometown to raise awareness of drink spiking where her family will also be celebrating her life:

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