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Football: Rovers and Yeovil through to next round of JPT

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Bristol Rovers and Yeovil have made it through to the next round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.

Rovers beat Wycombe 2-0 thanks to first half goals from Matty Taylor and Jermaine Easter.

Yeovil beat Coventry 4-3 on penalties after the match finished goal-less.

However, Swindon are out after losing to bitter rivals Oxford.

Cheltenham Town are the new leaders of the National League after drawing 1-all with Braintree. Billy Waters rescued a point for the Robins with a goal in injury time.



'Nothing brings back Max': Teenager's mother reacts to crash sentence

Niki Lewis speaking outside Swindon Crown Court, where three men involved have been jailed for their involvement in the crash. Credit: ITV West Country

The mother of a teenager killed in a crash in Wiltshire has spoken of the 'pain and grief' her family carry with them.

Three men were jailed today for their involvement in the crash which killed Niki Lewis' 19-year-old son Max.

Niki Lewis described her son as "our poor beautiful boy" in an emotional statement outside court. Credit: Family

Burgess dropped ahead of World Cup game

England's Sam Burgess during the England & Wales World Cup match at Twickenham Stadium, London. Credit: PA Images

Bath Rugby star Sam Burgess has been left out of England's squad for Saturday's final World Cup Pool A match against Uruguay.

The selection of Burgess in the 31-man tournament squad was a controversial decision at the time.

The dropping of Burgess is one of nine changes made by coach Stuart Lancaster after the 33-13 defeat by Australia which knocked his side out.

Gloucester stars Ben Morgan and Jonny May have also been dropped from the national line-up.

But in what has been pegged as a possible glimpse into England's future backline, Bath Rugby's George Ford has been recalled at fly-half.

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