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Letitia's Loss set to go one better

By "Faugh-A-Ballagh"LETITIA'S LOSS is fancied to score in the gruelling Racecourse Video Services Handicap Hurdle at Sedgefield today.

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L'Ami heads Post hopefuls

FRANCOIS DOUMEN'S L'Ami heads the 23 confirmations for the Racing Post Chase at the five-day stage.

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Inglis Drever on road to recovery

By Nick RobsonLADBROKES World Hurdle hero Inglis Drever is recovering well after his season-ending injury and should be back on the track next term, according to owner Graham Wylie.

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Moore on the double as Queally shows Touch of class

BRIGHTON handler Gary Moore was in double form at Lingfield as he struck with a 31-1 brace courtesy of Ameeq and Turner's Touch.

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Mullins hedges Gold bets

By Martin KellyWILLIE MULLINS will leave a decision on Hedgehunter's participation in the totesport Cheltenham Gold Cup until nearer next month's Festival.

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Howell still on top

David Howell is still on top of the European oRder of Merit.

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McGinley sneaks into world rankings top 25

Paul McGinley has scraped into the World Ranking's top 25.

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Howell still on top

David Howell remains on top of the European Order of Merit.

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Sabbatini hits out at hecklers

By Mark GarrodRORY SABBATINI has spoken out about heckling after grabbing the win which takes him top of the American golf tour.

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Howell still on top

David Howell is still on top of the European oRder of Merit.

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McGinley sneaks into world rankings top 25

Paul McGinley has scraped into the World Ranking's top 25.

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Ireland hopeful of O'Connell recovery

By Charlie MulqueenEDDIE O'SULLIVAN is still hopeful that Paul O'Connell will be available for Sunday's Six Nations meeting with Wales at Lansdowne Road.

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Coach continues but Nemo lose half-back trio for title defence

By Brendan Larkin NEMO RANGERS must plan for the defence of this year's Cork senior football championship title without the entire half-back line which lost to St Galls in Sunday's All-Ireland Club semi-final.

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Kelly pressing for far tougher disciplinary measures

By Brendan O'Brien and Jim O'SullivanTEAMS found guilty of serious misconduct should be penalised points and prevented from playing matches at home for a limited period of time, according to GAA president Sean Kelly.

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Delaney: loopholes used to circumvent rule book

By Jim O'SullivanTHE GAA must redraft its rule book as a matter of priority if it's to close off loopholes in the disciplinary process, according to Leinster Council Secretary Michael Delaney.

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Gillick to be named in world indoors team

By Brendan MooneyDAVID GILLICK, the European indoor 400m champion, will be included on the team for the world indoor championships when it is announced next week although the early indications are that he will not travel.

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Cakes off menu as Williams gets serious

By David Murray DANNY WILLIAMS is taking British heavyweight champion Matt Skelton much more seriously than he did Olympic gold medallist Audley Harrison as he sets his sights on another world title shot.

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Houllier: revenge is not on Lyon minds

By Pirate Irwin LYON manager Gerard Houllier has dismissed notions of revenge ahead of tonight's Champions League round of 16 clash against PSV Eindhoven, the side that eliminated the French champions from last year's competition.

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Chelsea to seek revenge and end Shearer's FA Cup dream

By John SkilbeckJOSE MOURINHO has the chance to make up for one of the few disappointments in his short Chelsea career after his side were drawn at home to Newcastle in the FA Cup quarter-finals.

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Houllier: revenge is not on Lyon minds

By Pirate Irwin LYON manager Gerard Houllier has dismissed notions of revenge ahead of tonight's Champions League round of 16 clash against PSV Eindhoven, the side that eliminated the French champions from last year's competition.

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Rafa's revived Reds confident of continuing run

By Paul WalkerRAFAEL BENITEZ is backing Liverpool to make it four big wins in 11 days when they tackle Benfica at the Estadio da Luz tonight.

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Magath not ruling Kahn out of Milan clash

By James WhelanCOACH Felix Magath trusts the Bayern Munich medical department to perform another minor miracle by getting goalkeeper and captain Oliver Kahn fit for tonight's Champions League game against AC Milan.

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Leading from the front

By Tony Leen, MadridARSENE WENGER opted for straight A's last night as he prepared his Arsenal youngsters for the truest examination of their fledgling careers.

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McLaren happy that Middlesbrough have turned a corner after Spanish trip

By Graham ChaseMIDDLESBROUGH manager Steve McClaren thinks his side have turned the corner since a training break in Spain last month.

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Wright move

Duffer is top of Wright-Phillip's list, writes Liam Mackey.

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