Victory for Australian rugby team which fielded four British brothers - the first siblings to play for the same team in over a century.
Day eleven in pictures as athletes from our region go for gold at London 2012.
Day ten in pictures as athletes from our region compete in London 2012.
The four brothers who played in a top-flight rugby match alongside each other in Australia have strong roots in West Yorkshire.
Luke Burgess, who played most of his English career for Leeds, faced Sam and Thomas in separate matches when the pair played for Bradford. Three of the four brothers have played together at various stages but never have the quartet taken to the field together at any level.
Their team won in Australia today.
Four brothers became the first quartet of siblings to play top-flight rugby alongside each other when they took to the field in Australia today.
Luke, George, Tom and Sam Burgess, from Dewsbury, were named in the South Sydney squad to play Wests Tigers at Allianz Stadium.
And what's more - their team, South Sydney Rabbitohs, left the stadium victorious, with a 32-18 victory.
Doncaster Rovers have announced they've signed former Chelsea goalkeeper, Ross Turnbull.
It's the club's third signing of the day - South African captain Bongani Khumalo is arriving on a season-long loan from Spurs and midfielder Harry Forrester is joining from Brentford. Meanwhile the club says it's still in talks with two potential new investors.
It was a landmark day for 18-year-old tennis sensation Kyle Edmund, who recorded his first ATP World Tour win with victory over France's Kenny De Schepper.
Edmund, from Beverley in East Yorkshire, is regarded as Britain's brightest young talent and has been given a wild card into the main draw at Wimbledon.
He played his first main tour match at Queen's Club last week and was impressive today, with a 6-4 6-4 win over a player ranked 360 places higher.
In the second round Edmund is due to face second seed Gilles Simon, who hobbled off the practice court today with ice around his ankle.
Bradford manager Phil Parkinson and his staff have signed new three-year deals with Bradford City.
The former Charlton boss, who led his side to an npower League Two play-off victory on Saturday, joins assistant manager Steve Parkin and fitness coach Nick Allamby in signing the deal.
Parkinson joined the club in 2011 and the Bantams finished 18th in his first season. There had been speculation the 45-year-old would move away from Valley Parade.
"I had verbally agreed my contract with Julian (Rhodes, joint-chairman) a long time ago really, but didn't want anything to detract from our main focus throughout the play-offs, which was obviously to get promoted.
"Now that aim has been achieved, I was able to sit down with the two chairmen this morning and get the contract all finalised.
"We've had a terrific season, but we know we have an important summer ahead of us now. We can't sit back on what we have achieved - we have to keep working and striving forward.
– Phil Parkinson, speaking to www.bradfordcityfc.co.uk
"We have to keep improving the club in all departments.
"Our aim now is to get a team on the pitch next year that our supporters will enjoy watching."
Three Yorkshire cricketers - Joe Root, Tim Bresnan and Jonny Bairstow - have been named in England's 12 man squad for the second test against New Zealand at Headingley, which starts this Friday.
Yorkshire has a new world champion after Doncaster boxer Jamie McDonnell lifted the IBF bantamweight title in an epic battle with Mexican Julio Ceja. Our sports reporter Chris Dawkes heard what he had to say after the fight.
Yorkshire's Joe Root, Jonny Bairstow and Tim Bresnan have all been included in England's 12 man squad for the first Test against New Zealand at Lord's next week.
Yesterday Root cemented his place with a century for the Engand Lions against the Kiwis, while Bresnan has been recalled after two operations on a troublesome elbow injury.
South Yorkshire's European bantamweight boxing champion Jamie McDonnell is out to make history today If he can beat Mexican Julio Ceja he'll become Doncaster's first ever world champion and Yorkshire's first since Junior Witter 7 years ago.