Plymouth swimmers prepare for the Commonwealth Games
Since the World Cup of 1970, children have been collecting and swapping Panini stickers.
Exeter City have taken out a short term loan from the Professional Footballers Association.
Huge crowds have spent the weekend at Watergate Bay in Newquay, cheering on the teams competing in Polo on the Beach.
Now in its eighth year, the free event has grown to three matches over the weekend featuring some of the world's best players.
The highlight of the weekend was of course the match between Cornwall and the Rest of the World.
Watching polo on the beach! Today should be good #newquay
Sun is shining at the Watergate Bay Hotel, let's keep it going for the Polo on the Beach this afternoon. You should be here!
Looking forward to Polo on the Beach at Watergate Bay @poloonthebeach
Large crowds are expected at Watergate Bay in Cornwall for the 8th Polo on the Beach. The free event attracts plenty of spectators to watch the matches involving some of the world's best players.
What a weekend of sport we have to look forward to. Wimbledon, the World Cup and the start of the Tour de France in Yorkshire, where hundreds of thousands of people are expected to line the route of tomorrow's first stage.
A far cry from the situation 40 years ago - when the Tour de France made its first ever trip to the UK, with a hop across the channel to Plymouth. Bob Cruwys has the story.
And staying in the sea - two rowers from the region are on course to break a 118-year record by crossing the Atlantic in the quickest time ever.
Chris Walters and Elliott Dale from Lyme Regis have so far had to overcome injuries, huge cargo ships and gale force winds, but remain confident they will beat the 55-day record. Seth Conway reports:
The England Bowls squad are off to Glasgow shortly for final preparations for the Commonwealth Games. Four of them - Natalie Melmore, Jamie Chestney, Sam Tolchard and his sister Sophie Tolchard come from the King's Club in Torquay.
Such domination by one club is unprecedented, and as John Andrews reports, they're all very young.
Plymouth Argyle will be wearing the Royal British Legion's poppy logo on their shirts next season after agreeing a partnership with the charity.
The Argyle Fans Trust are making a sponsorship donation to Argyle on behalf of the RBL to acknowledge the work the organisation carries out for the men and women of the Armed Services.
Former Yeovil Town goalkeeper Chris Weale has rejoined the Glovers on a two year contract for the new season.
Local boy Weale left the club to join Bristol City in 2006 and has subsequently played for Leicester City and Shrewsbury Town.
Yeovil have also signed 25 year old Polish goalkeeper on a two year contract. He has previously played for Birmingham City.
Plymouth Argyle captain Conor Hourihane has signed for League One side Barnsley.
The news was confirmed by both clubs this afternoon.
The 23 year old spent three seasons at Home Park, making 142 appearances and scoring 16 goals.
Olympic Champions Helen Glover and Heather Stanning made a winning return to rowing as they took gold in the women's pair at the World Cup Regatta in France. It was the first time Helen who's from Cornwall had teamed up with her partner since winning gold at the London Olympics in 2012.