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    Scotland's beaten England four times in a row in rugby's Six Nations or its equivalent for the first time since 1896

    Scotland's beaten England four times in a row in rugby's Six Nations or its equivalent for the first time since 1896


    The Scots have retained the Calcutta Cup with a 30-21 win at Murrayfield - spearheaded by a Duhan van der Merwe hat-trick.

    Ireland now the only unbeaten side after a 31-7 triumph over Wales in Dublin.



    To Super Rugby - The Highlanders were too good for Moana Pasifika after a strong second half, winning 35-21, while the Reds and Blues were other winners to wrap up the first round.

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     14 Apr: Under pressure Rabbitohs coach Jason Demetriou insists it's "business as usual" going forward - despite another loss in league's NRL
     14 Apr: Warriors coach Andrew Webster has backed a late penalty call that helped them force golden-point extra-time in their 22-all NRL draw with Manly at Mt Smart
     14 Apr: A second half Bruno Fernandes penalty has salvaged Manchester United a draw with Bournemouth in football's Premier League
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    Rugby League:
    The Warriors could be another man down in the coming weeks after their 22-all draw with Manly in league's NRL 10:07

    Entertainment:
    OJ Simpson was hobbling around on a cane before his cancer death 10:00

    Entertainment:
    Imelda Staunton still wears the clothes she wore to play Queen Elizabeth II 9:30

    Rugby League:
    South Sydney coach Jason Demetriou expects to keep his job - despite another defeat in rugby league's NRL 9:27

    Entertainment:
    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are reportedly launching two new Netflix shows on cooking, gardening and polo 9:00

    Entertainment:
    Ron Goldman's dad says OJ Simpson's death is simply a "further reminder of the loss of my son" 8:30

    Motorsports:
    Kiwi Mitch Evans has been unable to convert pole position into victory in the latest race of the Formula E season in Italy 8:17

    Golf:
    Ryan Fox has cooled off after a hot start to his third round at golf's Masters 8:07

    Business:
    How life has changed in Hong Kong under sweeping security laws 8:07


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