Wigan beat Manchester City in the FA Cup quarter finals.
Britain claimed their third medal of the World Indoor Championships as Liverpool's Katarina Johnson-Thompson won silver in the long jump.
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Ricky Hatton finally collected his We Love Mcr Sporting Legends award today - nearly 24 hours after the ceremony.
The former world boxing champion missed the glittering awards night in his home city because he was stuck in Tenerife after missing his flight home.
The We Love Mcr Sporting Legends Awards celebrated 50 years of sporting success in Manchester.
Award winners on the night included former Belle Vue speedway hero Peter Collins, Manchester United legend Bryan Robson, ex Reds boss Sir Alex Ferguson, former world boxing champion Ricky Hatton and 11-time Paralympic gold medallist Dame Sarah Storey.
The Rugby Football League has fined Salford Red Devils owner Marwan Koukash for misconduct.
Koukash has been ordered to pay £1000 over comments he made on social media, and over "foul and/or abusive language" used at a public event last month.
RFL officials found him in breach of their rules, deeming his conduct "prejudicial to the interests of the game".
The club's owner has also been warned about his future behaviour.
The FA Cup semi-final between Wigan Athletic and Arsenal will be shown live on ITV and ITV.com on Saturday 12th April, with a 5pm kick-off.
Dave Whelan's Latics shocked Manchester City in last year's FA Cup final and repeated the trick in this season's competition to earn another trip to Wembley.
Sheffield United's reward for making it to the semi-finals will be a clash with Premier League side Hull.
Hull City v Sheffield United
Wigan v Arsenal
The semi-finals will be played on the weekend of the 12/13 April at Wembley.