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NEWS24 SPORT | Stormers ditch Super Rugby co-captaincy

The Stormers will not be using co-captains as they did last year in Super Rugby, coach Robbie Fleck has confirmed. | Zuma not backing Hayatou - Mbalula

SA sports minister Fikile Mbalula has denied a CAF statement that President Jacob Zuma was backing incumbent Issa Hayatou in the CAF leadership race. | Bulls without Serfontein against Stormers

The Bulls have issued a fitness update ahead of their opening Super Rugby game against the Stormers at Newlands. | Spanish court rejects Neymar, Barca appeal

A Spanish court has dismissed appeals from Neymar and Barcelona over alleged fraud and corruption in the Brazilian star's transfer from Santos in 2013. | WRAP: Varsity Cup / Varsity Shield

A wrap of all the Varsity Cup and Varsity Shield matches played on Monday, February 20. | Federer wants Rafa as Laver Cup doubles partner

Roger Federer has revealed that he wants to join forces in doubles with arch rival Rafael Nadal at the inaugural Laver Cup this year. | Guardiola keen to keep peace with Aguero

Pep Guardiola insists his relationship with Sergio Aguero remains strong despite mounting speculation over the Manchester City striker's future. | Pirates job is no quick fix, says Jonevret

Orlando Pirates' new head coach Kjell Jonevret has revealed that his vision for the Sea Robbers is for the team to become defensively sound. | We're ready for Stormers - Bulls

Nollis Marais is aware of the mammoth task awaiting his side at a hostile Newlands this weekend, but believes they are ready to bury their ghosts of playing in Cape Town. | Conte: Winning more important than fringe players

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has warned the club's fringe players that they won't get game time unless they earn their starting position. | Injured Irish trio expected to face France

Ireland stars Johnny Sexton, Rob Kearney and Conor Murray are expected to prove their fitness for the upcoming Six Nations showdown with France. | Mosimane: We don't dwell on success at Sundowns

There is no time for complacency after winning the CAF Super Cup last weekend says Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Pitso Mosimane. | Confidence building for Phehlukwayo

Proteas all-rounder Andile Phehlukwayo is hoping to build on his match-winning performance against New Zealand in Hamilton. | Mourinho starts early with the Chelsea mind-games

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has started the mind-games early claiming Chelsea hold the advantage for their upcoming FA Cup sixth round. | Oosthuizen gives World Super 6 the seal of approval

South African golfer Louis Oosthuizen is back and couldn't be more happier with his performance at the World Super 6 event in Perth. | AB: We're going to lose along the way

Proteas skipper AB de Villiers says that although he is proud of his team's consecutive ODI record, he believes a loss is inevitable. | Wenger worried about Sutton's plastic pitch

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has admitted that Sutton United's artificial pitch may be difficult for his players to adapt to in their FA Cup clash. | Britz relishing Super Rugby stint with Sunwolves

Loose forward Willie Britz is excited at the prospect of being the second South African to represent the Sunwolves in Super Rugby. | Virgin turf for Proteas as record looms

SA will be playing at a new venue for them on Wednesday, as they bid to make it a particularly special 13 ODI wins in a row, writes Rob Houwing. | Vickerman struggled to deal with retirement - Finegan

Owen Finegan, a former Wallabies team-mate of Dan Vickerman, said Vickerman had expressed difficulties in dealing with his retirement.


Highlights & report: Arsenal beat Sutton to reach quarter-finals

Arsenal reach the FA Cup quarter-finals as goals from Lucas Perez and Theo Walcott beat non-league Sutton United.

Badminton 'staggered' as seven UK sports lose appeals against funding cuts

Badminton is one of seven sports to lose its appeal against UK Sport funding cuts for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic cycle.

Newcastle beat struggling Villa to go top

Newcastle United move one point clear at the top of the Championship, scoring in each half to defeat Aston Villa.

Watch: Walcott scores 100th Arsenal goal

Theo Walcott scores his 100th goal for Arsenal as he doubles the Gunners' lead in their FA Cup fifth-round tie against non-league Sutton United at Gander Green Lane.

'That's mental': Stokes goes for record £1.7m in IPL

England all-rounder Ben Stokes becomes the most expensive foreign player in IPL history as he is bought for £1.7m by Rising Pune Supergiants.

'Critics will kill Man City if we lose to Monaco'

Pep Guardiola says Man City's critics will "kill them" if they exit the Champions League but wants his players to embrace the pressure.

Watch highlights from the NBA Slam Dunk Challenge

Watch highlights from the Slam Dunk challenge at the 2017 All-Star game, featuring the best players from the Western and Eastern conferences.

Edinburgh appoint Cockerill as head coach from next season

Pro12 club Edinburgh appoint former Leicester Tigers director of rugby Richard Cockerill as head coach from next season.

Saudi-bound Clattenburg to stay until end of season

Mark Clattenburg will remain a Premier League official until the end of the season, despite agreeing to become head of referees in Saudi Arabia.

Olympics & Paralympics 2020: Gail Emms 'devastated' by funding loss

Olympic silver medallist Gail Emms is "devastated" that badminton is one of seven sports to have lost appeals against UK Sport funding cuts for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic cycle.

Davis Cup: Great Britain quarter-final tie in France to be held indoors on clay

Great Britain's Davis Cup quarter-final against France in April will be played on an indoor clay court in Rouen.

Six Nations 2017: Six Scotland players passed fit before Wales' visit

Six Scotland players return to training following injury in the build-up to Wales' Six Nations visit to Murrayfield on Saturday.

Arsenal to host Tottenham in Women's FA Cup fifth round

Holders Arsenal Ladies are to host Tottenham in the fifth round of the Women's FA Cup, while Liverpool host Everton.

Toto Wolff & Niki Lauda sign new Mercedes deals until 2020

Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff and non-executive chairman Niki Lauda sign to stay with the team until the end of 2020.

Delray Beach Open: Kyle Edmund through as Adrian Mannarino defaults

Adrian Mannarino becomes Kyle Edmund's second opponent in succession to default after an angry outburst at Delray Beach.

Scott Quigg to link up with Manny Pacquiao's trainer Freddie Roach

Scott Quigg is to team up with Manny Pacquiao's trainer Freddie Roach after confirming an "amicable" split from Joe Gallagher.

The Open: 2020 Championship to be held at Royal St George's

The 2020 Open Championship will be staged at Royal St George's, the R&A announces.

Six Nations 2017: Sexton and Kearney set to be passed fit for Ireland's France game

Johnny Sexton and Rob Kearney appear ready to be passed fit for Ireland's Six Nations game against France on Saturday.

Leicester City: Club complains to FA over 'abuse' at Millwall

Leicester complain to the FA about "abuse, provocation and intimidation" they say their players, fans and staff suffered at Millwall.

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With latest scores and headlines sent straight to your device, personalisation and much more, ensure you have a great sporting life with BBC Sport.

FA Cup: Sutton United 0-2 Arsenal highlights

Arsenal reach the FA Cup quarter-finals as goals from Lucas Perez and Theo Walcott end non-league Sutton United's run in the competition.

FA Cup: Best fifth-round goals include Rudy Gestede's acrobatic volley

Watch the FA Cup fifth round's best goals, including Rudy Gestede's acrobatic volley for Middlesbrough and a lovely finish from Blackburn's Danny Graham.

Monaco v Manchester City: Pep Guardiola fears French club's 'killer' strikers

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola fears Monaco's "killer" strikers Radamel Falcao and Valere Germain when the two sides meet in Tuesday's Champions League tie.

Olympics & Paralympics 2020: Liz Nicholl defends funding cuts to seven UK sports

UK Sport chief executive Liz Nicholl defends the cuts to seven sports including badminton for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic cycle.

Gareth Bale can be considered Wales' greatest footballer, says Ryan Giggs

Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale ranks alongside John Charles and Ian Rush as the best players to hail from Wales says former national team captain Ryan Giggs.

FA Cup: Blackburn Rovers 1-2 Manchester United highlights

Zlatan Ibrahimovic scores a late winner as holders Manchester United booked their place in the FA Cup quarter-finals with a 2-1 victory over Championship side Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park.

Extreme race on frozen lake not for faint-hearted

An endurance skating and cycling race has been held on Lake Baikal in the Irkutsk region of Russia.

Toronto Wolfpack - the transatlantic club targeting Super League

Toronto Wolfpack will become the first transatlantic sports team when they take on Siddal in the Challenge Cup on Saturday.

Derby fan Ed Wood breaks world record time for visiting every league ground

Derby County fan Ed Wood breaks the Guinness World Record of visiting all English Football League stadiums in just 189 days.

EFL: Cardiff, Preston, Sheffield United, Scunthorpe - things you might have missed

Another miserable trip to Grimsby and managerial milestones are among five things you may have missed in the EFL on Saturday.

Netball Superleague: How Wasps and Severn Stars came into existence

Ever wondered how to build a top-flight club? Two of English netball’s biggest names talk about how they helped do just that.

The F1 Show: Toto Wolff, Ross Brawn and Claire Williams join the panel

Toto Wolff, Claire Williams and Ross Brawn join the BBC Radio 5 live F1 Show's panel to take your questions on the new season.

Sport on the BBC: The best of this week's action

This week's sport on the BBC includes the FA Cup fifth round, the Six Nations, the Champions League and the Super League.

Which did you vote the greatest FA Cup shock?

Non-league side Lincoln achieve a 'football miracle' by reaching the FA Cup quarter-finals, while Millwall knock out Leicester.

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