It's Cup Final weekend. Southampton take on Manchester United at Wembley in the EFL Cup Final. The players, the ex-players the fans and and the celebrity supporters are all getting excited!
Sutton United substitute goalkeeper Wayne Shaw has offered his resignation after eating a pie during a match.Read the full story ›
The Gambling Commission said: "Integrity in sport is not a joke and we have opened an investigation to establish exactly what happened."Read the full story ›
Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter has become a father after his partner Rachel gave birth to a baby girl.Read the full story ›
Ex-soldier Guy Disney paid tribute to his fallen colleagues as he won at Sandown, eight years after losing his lower leg in Afghanistan.Read the full story ›
More than 3000 fans will be travelling to Teeside this weekend, in hope that Oxford United will reach the quarter-finals of the F.A Cup.
If they do, it will be the first time since 1964.
The team are up against Premier League Middlesbrough and it's the first time they have played in the fifth round since 1994.
The team have become tough competitors, having already knocked out Rotherham and Newcastle.
Oxford Manager Michael Appleton and Captain John Lundstram each talk about the game ahead.
Next week racing staff across the country will be honoured at the Godolphin Studs and Stable Awards.Read the full story ›
A schoolgirl from Reading is soaring up the rankings in the world of table tennis. Twelve-year-old Anaya Patel only started playing the game two years ago, but her talent has caught the eye of the England selectors. Chris Maughan went to meet her.
The other interviewees in this report are Anaya's father, Raj Patel; and Peter Charters from the Kingfisher Table Tennis Club.
They used to call him Squeaky. But could former Rugby star Rob Andrew - be the saviour of English cricket?
The sport faces a lot of challenges. But the ex-England fly-half has just started his new role as the Chief Executive at Sussex.
And he told Andrew Pate - about his grand plans.
Could the saviour of English cricket - be a former Rugby star? County Cricket faces a lot of challenges. But ex-England fly-half Rob Andrew - has just started his new role as the Chief Executive at Sussex. And he thinks the future is bright. Andrew Pate reports.