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Chelsea boss Emma Hayes says the pressure is on the Women's Super League to capitalise on nearly 63,000 people attending the weekend's opening games.
Watch the moment Josh Hazlewood traps Craig Overton lbw to wrap up an 185-run victory for Australia that sees them retain the Ashes.
Watch four incredible goals from the opening weekend of the Women's Super League as Manchester City and Arsenal start their season with victories.
Australia finally break England's brave resistance to retain the Ashes with a 185-run victory in the fourth Test at Old Trafford.
England's Jack Leach fends off a "brutal" delivery from Australia's Pat Cummins before cleaning his glasses as the hosts battle to save the Ashes at Old Trafford.
The victim was found after officers were called to "reports of suspicious activity".
France's health ministry says preventative measures helped to curb damage from the heat.
President Donald Trump called off secret peace talks at his Camp David retreat at the last minute.
A tanker last spotted off Syria has sold its oil, Iran says - despite promises not to sail to Syria.
Charles Leclerc wins Italian GP after aggressive driving against Lewis Hamilton & Sebastian Vettel's bizarre crash.
England wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow is trapped lbw by Australia's Mitchell Starc as the hosts look to save the Ashes at Old Trafford.
About 57,000 people took part in the Great North Run, which was won again by Mo Farah.
Chief constable condemns those who left a mortar bomb close to the town's police station and houses.
Time has stood still inside the Plaza, where the old velvet seats are now covered with shrubs.
Former England striker Michael Owen has had a row with Alan Shearer and criticised David Beckham - but do they make his England XI?
Andrew Griffiths resigned as a minister last year after a newspaper published the messages.
Canada's Catherine McKenna says she has been the target of increasing abuse and threats.
Beth England's stunning strike gives Chelsea victory against Tottenham in the Women's Super League.
The chancellor says we'll have to "wait and see" how the government would avoid breaking a new Brexit law.
England's Jason Roy is bowled by Australia's Pat Cummins for 31 to leave the hosts 66-3 as they look to save the Ashes in the fourth Test at Old Trafford.