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Bristol Rugby's Lam to take charge of the Barbarians

Lam captained Barbarians as a player in 2002. Credit: ITV West Country

Bristol Rugby Head Coach Pat Lam will take charge of the Barbarians for their match against England next month.

Lam captained the baa baas as a player in 2002, scoring against Wales in his final match.

Bristol have confirmed their promotion to the Premiership with two league games remaining.

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Bath based hurdler Eilidh Doyle takes silver medal

Eilidh Doyle celebrates winning silver in the Women's 400m Hurdles. Credit: PA images

Hurdler Eilidh Doyle, who trains in Bath, has won a silver medal in the women's 400m hurdles at the Commonwealth Games.

The 31-year-old ran 54.80 seconds to finish second behind Jamaica's Janieve Russell at the Gold Coast's Carrara Stadium on Thursday.

It's her third straight silver in the 400m hurdles after she was runner-up at the Delhi and Glasgow Games.

Originally from Scotland, Eilidh also had the honour of carrying the flag at the opening ceremony this year.

Argyle's Ryan Edwards gets the all-clear for cancer

Ryan Edwards (left) in action for Argyle last August. Credit: PA

Plymouth Argyle defender Ryan Edwards has revealed that he has beaten cancer.

The former Morecambe player has not played for the Pilgrims since 13 January after he was diagnosed with testicular cancer.

He underwent chemotherapy and is now starting light training having been given the all clear.

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Somerset shooter wins Commonwealth gold

Luckman and Patel defended their title from Glasgow 2014. Credit: PA

Somerset's David Luckman has retained the Commonwealth Queen's Prize pairs shooting title with partner Parag Patel.

The pair beat main challengers Gareth Morris and Chris Watson from Wales.

41-year-old Luckman, who was born in Taunton and now lives in Bristol, also won individual gold at Glasgow 2014.

You can find the full medal table on the Commonwealth Games website.

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Plymouth's Ben Proud powers through in record time

And he's off - Ben Proud dives in during the Men's 50m Freestyle SemI-final. Credit: PA

Plymouth swimmer Ben Proud is through to the 50m freestyle final at Gold Coast 2018 after coming first in his semi-final.

In doing so, he broke the Commonwealth Games record for the second time in one day. He came through in a personal best time of 21.30.

His Plymouth Leander teammate Tom Fannon came in third place to join Proud in the final tomorrow, Tuesday 10 April.

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