Bristol Rovers are a step closer to promotion after a St George's day win but a play-off final at Wembley is something many hope to avoid.Read the full story ›
Boxer Nick Blackwell has announced his retirement from boxing, tweeting “that’s me done”.Read the full story ›
As Cheltenham Town are promoted we get reaction from not only manager Gary Johnson - but his son, and Bristol City's boss - Lee Johnson too.Read the full story ›
Nick Blackwell has thanked his fans for all their support and messages since he was hospitalised after his British middleweight title defeat to Chris Eubank Jr late last month.
The boxer, from Trowbridge, woke from an induced coma almost two weeks ago. He suffered a bleed on the skull following a punishing loss to Eubank Jr at Wembley Arena last month.
In a message posted on Twitter, the 25-year-old said he is on the mend and feels very lucky.
Just want too say a massive thank you for all the support and messages means the world too me I'm on the mend now so I've been very lucky.
Robins crowned National League champions following 2-0 win at Whaddon Road over Halifax.Read the full story ›
Bath's Captain Stuart Hooper has announced he has retired with immediate effect due to injury.Read the full story ›
A video has been released of a dog which has balls skills 'similar to the likes of Rooney'.Read the full story ›
England wing Anthony Watson has been suspended for two weeks after being sent off during Bath's game against Saracens earlier this month. Watson pleaded guilty to two charges of tackling Alex Goode while in the air and then using "offensive, inappropriate and unprofessional language and behaviour towards the fourth official".
The 22-year-old has been given a one-week ban for each charge and will not be available to play again until April 25. It means Watson will miss Bath's next two matches, which are both against Sale, but could return for their final fixtures of the Aviva Premiership season against Northampton and Leicester.
Watson played every game in this year's Six Nations as England won their first Grand Slam since 2003.