Over a hundred riders are taking part in Pedal Power in the New Forest today. They're enjoying glorious sunshine while riding around Burley - and raising money for the Heart unit at Bournemouth Hospital. Henry Dowse was one of the first to finish the 10k ride and has raised £1900 through sponsorship.
Virgil van Dijk's first goal in England and Sadio Mane's third in a week helped fire Southampton to a 3-1 win over Swansea.
Bournemouth were beaten 2-1 against Stoke today, the latter team's first Premier League win of the season, at the Britannia Stadium.
While Rugby World Cup fever may be sweeping the country, there's another rugby tournament taking place in Kent with some of the most talented international players.
The Wheelchair Rugby League European Championships are taking place at Medway Park in Gillingham.
It features teams from England, France, Wales, Ireland and Scotland battling it out over four days.
Rugby players from five different countries have been taking part in a major tournament with a difference. The Wheelchair Rugby League European Championships are primarily aimed at sports men and women with disabilities. But able-bodied players are also allowed to compete. Tom Savvides reports from Medway Park in Gillingham, where the event is taking place. He talks to England player Adam Barnett, Ireland player George Hill, Wales player Martin Beddis and Elizabeth Ferris, a former Scotland player.
Eastleigh FC has announced that Richard Hill has resigned as manager.
Assistant manager Chris Todd has been placed in charge of first-team affairs ahead of Saturday's match against Wrexham.
The National League side hasn't won in five games and is currently 11th in the table.
The club said in a statement that "Richard feels that the club would benefit from a fresh outlook" and that it had "regrettably accepted his resignation".
Brighton's Community Stadium this weekend hosted two Rugby World Cup matches. The first - Japan's incredible victory over South Africa, shocked the rugby world. Their victory was just one highlight from a fantastic weekend. Sarah Gomme has our report
Clearly still in shock from yesterday's miraculous win over South Africa, the Japanese rugby team were in need of a cold shower this morning.
Viewer David Turner shot this video this morning of the squad going for a swim off Brighton beach. Although not all of them seemed keen to go all the way in!
Brighton's hosting what it hopes will be a repeat of yesterday's excitement at the Community Stadium.
Today's clash between Samoa and the USA is unlikely to provide the same spectacular upset as yesterday when Japan beat South Africa.
But thousands of fans are arriving at the stadium to be part of the World Cup atmosphere. Including Captain America.
Kick off is at 12.00 in the Pool B match.