Congratulations to Reading FC's women who've just won the FA WSL 2 title.
They beat Aston Villa 2-3 to become champions.
Swindon Town are looking for a new manager after parting company with Mark Cooper.
He'd been with the Robins for more than two years but a dismal start to the season have spelt the end of his time at the County Ground.
Tom Bassam, the Chief football writer at the Swindon Advertiser told us Cooper's been unlucky with injuries.
Club chairman Lee Power takes temporary charge.
Swindon manager Mark Cooper has left the club following Saturday's defeat at Millwall.
Cooper, 46, steered Swindon to the Sky Bet League One play-offs last season, but a 2-0 loss at the New Den has left them without a league win in six matches and one point above the relegation zone.
The club has yet to make a statement but said on its official Twitter site: "Swindon Town Football Club have (on Saturday) evening parted company with manager, Mark Cooper.
Cooper, whose squad have been hit by injuries to key players this season, chose not to take charge at Sheffield Wednesday in the summer and is understood to have also turned down Barnsley.
He has worked with a limited budget since being appointed as Kevin McDonald's successor at the County Ground in the summer of 2013 following a brief spell as assistant manager.
Cooper steered Swindon to fourth place in League One last season and after beating Sheffield United in the play-off semi-finals they lost out to Preston in the final.
The final showdown of the 2015 British Superbikes takes place at Brands Hatch in Kent this weekend and there's a fight instore for local man Shane "Shaky" Byrne. He lags the championship leader by 47 points but could still pull off a win, as David Johns explains.
David talks to championship leader Josh Brookes, Shane Byrne and BSB Series Director Stuart Higgs.
A British boat has never won the America's Cup. But Sir Ben Ainslie, from Lymington, is hoping to change that. The America's Cup World Series counts towards the qualification. It began in Portsmouth in July - with Sir Ben and co. winning the opening leg. The weather wasn't kind that weekend. So they, and our own Sally Simmonds, must be delighted this weekend's leg is in Bermuda!
Volunteers have rowed more than 5000 miles in Kent, without actually going anywhere. They were taking part in the county's biggest indoor rowing event, travelling the equivalent distance from Marden to Madagascar.
Thousands of people took part in the 5,600 mile journey, to raise money for the charity Dandelion Time. So far the event has raised £ 13,000 with further sponsorship still to come in.
A team from Marden Fire Service arrived in their Fire Engine and rowed in full kit and breathing apparatus. Their first visit was interrupted by call outs, but on their third visit they managed to row for over 1 hour
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