Salisbury City Football Club faces expulsion from the Football Conference over unpaid bills.
The USA TV network, ABC, has provided viewers with a bluffers' guide to football, and it's a fascinating insight to how they see the game.
Striker Rickie Lambert has written a letter to Southampton fans thanking them for their support during his time at the club.
Dartford's Adam Gemili recorded the fastest time in the men's 100m heats to qualify for Monday's semi-finals.
The 20-year-old won his race by a distance in 10.15 seconds, 0.10 secs slower than his personal best.
He is joined in the semis by compatriots Richard Kilty, who had a dead heat for second in his race, and fastest loser Harry Aikines-Aryeetey.
A judo fighter who trained in Berkshire has won gold in the women's under 70kg judo event.
Megan Fletcher trained hard at the Pinewood Judo Club in Wokingham and says her win is a great tribute to her coach, Don Werner, who died in December.
After badly injuring her nose in the semi-final, the 24-year-old battled on to win the final against New Zealand's Moira de Villiers.
A teenager from Kent won a bronze medal in judo in the Glasgow games last night.
Jemima Yates-Brown from Tonbridge claimed a judo bronze medal in the women's 63kg category - despite only being called up to the squad on Tuesday.
The 19-year-old was called upon to replace an injured teammate only two hours before the registration deadline but she still managed to secure a medal.
Camberley's Danny Williams shares his excitement after he won a gold medal in the men's 73kg judo.
Williams had a late call-up to the team after one of the England squad had to withdraw because of injury.
His success in yesterday's Commonwealth Games provides him with his first major tournament win.
As the Commonwealth Games begin today, many athletes competing are based in the Meridian region.
The Games will take place in Glasgow until the 3rd August.
A number of athletes taking part in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, which starts today, are from the Meridian region.
- Amber Hill, Shooting, Binfield in Berkshire
- Adam Gemili, 100m, Dartford
- Louise Damen, Marathon, Winchester
- Steven Way, Marathon, Poole
- Freya Jones, Javelin, Eastleigh
- Grace Clements, Heptathlon, Dartford
- Heather Oliver, Badminton, Eastbourne
- Dani King, Cycling, Southampton
- Chris Mears, Diving, Reading
- Kelly Simm, Gymnastics, Fareham
- England Hockey - includes men who play for East Grinstead and women from the Reading club
- Caroline Kinnane, Judo, Aylesbury
- Andrew Knapper, Lawn Bowls, Reading
Salisbury City FC have announced they have new owners after taking legal action against former owner and boss Outail Touzar.
Mark Winter and four other directors are now the new collective owners.
They say their immediate objectives are to pay off outstanding debts and to try to secure reinstatement into the Conference South.
The five board members have already started the process of finding a new manager and putting together a squad to compete this season.
The Weymouth-based 2008 Olympic bronze medallist finished fourth – just three points from the medal places. Friday’s penultimate day of the 6-day competition had to be abandoned due to excessive wind speeds and big seas.
The world number two said she was frustrated not to have had the chance to better her standing heading into yesterday's final 10-sailor medal race, in which she also finished fourth. Overall she has been pleased with her speed on the course this week.
“I started well but a bad second day with a 20th and an OCS [starting penalty] dropped me out of the top three. With only one day of gold fleet racing since then after Wednesday’s lay day and yesterday’s abandonment, it was difficult to break back into the medal spots,” Shaw explained.
France’s Charline Picon successfully defended her European title, with Spain’s Marina Alabau Neira in second and Zofia Noceti-Klepacka of Poland taking bronze.
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