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Tattoos, turnarounds and a first Premier League win in 12 years. BBC Sport looks at how new hope has replaced pessimism at Bramall Lane.
Yorkshireman Luke Wood takes a season's-best 5-67 to give struggling Notts the upper hand over his native county at Scarborough.
Danni Wyatt smashes 110 off 60 balls for Southern Vipers, while leaders Western Storm make it six wins from six.
Sixteen models hand built with thousands of Lego bricks feature in a space-themed display.
Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's Premier League game between Sheffield United and Crystal Palace.
Abellio, which will run the rail franchise for the next eight years, promises £600m of investment.
Live coverage of Saturday's National League game between Barnet and Chesterfield.
Live coverage of Saturday's League One game between Burton Albion and Rotherham United.
Live coverage of Saturday's League One game between Doncaster Rovers and Fleetwood Town.
No play is possible in any of the eight T20 Blast games scheduled to take place on Friday because of rain.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Barnsley and Charlton Athletic.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Millwall and Sheffield Wednesday.
The owner of Sheffield's Meadowhall centre says data was "immediately deleted" after the trial.
Doncaster sign England youth international striker Kazaiah Sterling on a season loan from Premier League side Tottenham.
Gloucestershire sign Yorkshire bowler Josh Shaw on loan for the rest of season prior to joining on a three-year contract.
Western Storm maintain their 100% Kia Super League record with a commanding fifth win of the campaign.
Scott Gocoul and Joseph Bennia were convicted after Tom Bell was shot dead at a pub
Bury's game against Rotherham on Tuesday is suspended by the EFL, their fifth successive game to be called off.
Police want everyone to download a smartphone app they say has already saved several lives.
Former Tottenham defender Renee Hector has no regrets about reporting a first case of racism in women's football despite "sinking into depression".