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England ease to win over Bangladesh

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England's women begin their World Twenty20 campaign with a routine 36-run victory over Bangladesh in Bangalore.

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England ease to win over Bangladesh

England's women begin their World Twenty20 campaign with a routine 36-run victory over Bangladesh in Bangalore.

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Highlights: England women cruise to victory

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Women's World Twenty20 2016 highlights: England beat Bangladesh

England comfortably beat Bangladesh by 36 runs in their opening game of the Women's World Twenty20 after captain Charlotte Edwards scores 60.

'We weren't expecting that'

Cheltenham Festival

Time for some words from trainer David Pipe, who has just watched as Un Temps Pour Tout take the Ultima Handicap Chase.

"What a finish," says Pipe. "I thought we were losing the battle with Holywell but Tom (Scudamore) has given him a great ride.

"For any yard, to win here means everything. We weren't expecting it so I'm  even more pleased."

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Ross Taylor is run out by fantastic Suresh Raina fielding.

All-rounder Hardik Pandya is on - maybe a slight surprise given how well the spinners have gone. Dhoni winces as he takes the ball, removing his glove and shaking his right thumb. Finally Santner finds the boundary, flicking to square for his first four from the 10th ball he's faced.  

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Ross Taylor is run out by fantastic Suresh Raina fielding.

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India begin Women's World T20 with win

India open the Women's World Twenty20 with an emphatic 72-run victory over Bangladesh, while New Zealand beat Sri Lanka.

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India begin Women's World T20 with win

India open the Women's World Twenty20 with an emphatic 72-run victory over Bangladesh, while New Zealand beat Sri Lanka.

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Chris Nash

Sussex batsman Chris Nash signs a new three-year contract which will keep him at the club until the end of 2018.

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India beat Pakistan in Asia Cup

India survive a top-order collapse to beat arch-rivals Pakistan by five wickets in a low-scoring Asia Cup group match in Mirpur.

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Play is interrupted at the Qatar Open when a cat invades the tennis court.
Play is interrupted at the Qatar Open when a cat runs on the court during Roberta Vinci's match with Cagla Buyukakcay.
Neymar and Lionel Messi

It's BBC Sport's weekly quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world of sport in the past seven days?

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Pat Nevin

Former Chelsea winger on BBC Radio 5 live

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Shrubsole strikes late to beat S Africa. Test

Anya Shrubsole takes three late wickets as England women fight back to beat South Africa by 15 runs in the first Twenty20. TEST

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Shrubsole strikes late to beat S Africa

Anya Shrubsole takes three late wickets as England women fight back to beat South Africa by 15 runs in the first Twenty20.

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The Shrove Tuesday charity event pits the press against politicians
MPs have claimed victory at Westminster's annual Parliamentary pancake race around Victoria Gardens, just outside the Houses of Parliament.

MPs triumph at parliamentary pancake race

The Shrove Tuesday charity event pits the press against politicians
MPs have claimed victory at Westminster's annual Parliamentary pancake race around Victoria Gardens, just outside the Houses of Parliament.

The Shrove Tuesday charity event pits MPs, peers and the press pack against each other.

Amid jokes about "tossers" and MPs being "flipping useless", Giles Dilnot went along to report on the annual race, which raises money for the Rehab charity which helps people with physical and mental disabilities

Is Ruth Davidson turning Scots Tories' fortunes around?

Scottish Conservatives hoping to come second in May's Holyrood elections
Voters in Scotland head to the polls in May for elections to the Scottish Parliament.

The Scottish Conservatives, led by Ruth Davidson, are hoping to come second. They know the SNP are on course to win the Holyrood elections this May and they reckon Labour could be fought into third place.

Adam Fleming went out leafleting in Glasgow with two Scottish Conservatives' candidates, who revealed their strategy.

A selection of your pictures from around Wales

Super League 2016: George Riley's ones to watch
BBC Sport's George Riley highlights six players to keep your eye on this season in the Super League Show's ones to watch.

Goldsmith opts not to declare EU referendum view

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BBC Radio London Political Reporter

The Conservative London mayoral candidate Zac Goldsmith has described the EU is "undemocratic" but said that "as a courtesy to the prime minister" he would not yet take a position on whether he favoured Britain leaving or remaining in it. 

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Mr Goldsmith said he'd wait until the renegotiations were complete before taking a position. He was speaking at a debate last night with the leading London mayoral candidates organised by the Evening Standard. 

His main rival, Labour's Sadiq Khan, told the audience that London needed a mayor "who's campaigning with David Cameron and George Osborne... to keep us in the EU".

Gary Neville 'won't sleep well' after Valencia's 7-0 defeat to Barcelona
Valencia manager Gary Neville says he "won't sleep well" after a 7-0 defeat by Barcelona at the Nou Camp in the first leg of the Copa del Rey semi-final.
Joe Root

This week's sport on the BBC includes the London Anniversary Games, England v Pakistan Test cricket and the Hungarian Grand Prix.

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Buttler 'nervous' before century
England's Jos Buttler admits to being "nervous" before making 105 off only 76 balls as England beat South Africa by 39 runs on the Duckworth-Lewis method in Bloemfontein.

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Tom English

BBC Sport Scotland

In full: Laura Kuenssberg interview with David Cameron

In full: Laura Kuenssberg interview with David Cameron
Thunderstorm halts Morgan interview
Watch as one-day captain Eoin Morgan's interview with BBC Sport is interrupted by a thunderstorm after England's 39-run victory over South Africa in Bloemfontein.
Flores happy with Hornets point
Watford head coach Quique Sanchez Flores says his side has a "lot of reasons to be happy" after their goalless draw against Chelsea.
Hiddink 'not happy' with Watford draw
Guus Hiddink says he is "not happy with one point" after his Chelsea side are held to a 0-0 draw with Watford at Vicarage Road.
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Gary Rose

BBC Sport

Chelsea's unbeaten run under Guus Hiddink extends to seven Premier League games with a draw at Watford.

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BBC Sport

Everton secure their first Premier League win since 26 December with a victory over Newcastle at Goodison Park.

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Rob Evans (left) & Gethin Jenkins

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BBC Wales Sport

Wales coach Warren Gatland says he has spoken to Gethin Jenkins about his future after leaving him out of his XV against Ireland.

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'Mankad' run-out mars West Indies win in Under-19 World Cup
West Indies U19s are accused of "disgraceful behaviour" after a controversial run-out gives them victory over Zimbabwe in the World Cup.
Pele and the signed Santos Shirt

A rare football shirt signed by Pele is to be auctioned off by the small Swansea Valley rugby club which has displayed it for decades.

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Sang Ndong

Former international Sang Ndong is appointed as coach of The Gambia for another stint with the Scorpions, replacing Raoul Savoy.

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Jacob Rees-Mogg: PM has two weeks to salvage reputation as negotiator

Jacob Rees-Mogg: PM has two weeks to salvage reputation as negotiator
Jamie Vardy: Is this the goal of the season?
BBC Sport looks at the excitement caused by the sensational goal scored by Jamie Vardy during Leicester's 2-0 victory over Liverpool.