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Are there more long-range screamers at Euro 2024?


There have been loads of long-range screamers so far in Euro 2024 - here are the stats.

England keeper Roebuck joins Barca from Man City


England goalkeeper Ellie Roebuck joins Barcelona from Manchester City on a deal which runs until June 2026.


Williamson turns down New Zealand contract


Kane Williamson turns down a new central contract with New Zealand Cricket and steps down as the Black Caps' white-ball captain.

Kilmarnock face Cercle Bruges as St Mirren learn opponents


Kilmarnock are drawn against Belgian side Cercle Bruges in the Europa League second qualifying round as St Mirren take on Valur or Vllaznia in the Conference League.

Munster boss Rowntree named URC coach of the year


Munster's Graham Rowntree is named United Rugby Championship coach of the year for the 2023-24 season.


Wearing a mask 'will not be an excuse' - Fabregas


BBC pundit and former Spain international Cesc Fabregas - who won the Euros in 2008 and 2012 - says Kylian Mbappe is "too special" to be affected by wearing a mask after breaking his nose.

Wales rookie locks prepared for Springboks battle


New Wales second-row partnership Matthew Screech and Ben Carter face test against South Africa on Saturday.

Ex-Forest boss Cooper is leading contender for Leicester job


Leicester are speaking to former Nottingham Forest boss Steve Cooper about their managerial vacancy.

Northern Ireland striker Magill leaves Aston Villa


Northern Ireland striker Simone Magill is to leave Aston Villa after the expiry of her contract with the Women's Super League side.


Raducanu among major winners given Wimbledon wildcards


Former British number one Emma Raducanu is one of four Grand Slam champions to receive a wildcard to play at Wimbledon.

Key Scotland conundrums Clarke must solve


BBC pundits suggest Billy Gilmour, Lawrence Shankland and James Forrest could start for Scotland in Wednesday's Euro 2024 game against Switzerland.

How Kane helped England without touching the ball against Serbia


Alan Shearer and Gary Lineker discuss England captain Harry Kane's role during their 1-0 opening win against Serbia at Euro 2024 and how he helped the team without touching the ball.

Steelers 'would love' NFL game in Ireland - Rooney


The Pittsburgh Steelers "would love" to play an NFL game in Ireland in future, says director of business development & strategy Dan Rooney.

Tributes paid to 'true giant' of baseball, Willie Mays


Mays was renowned for a spectacular over-the-shoulder catch during the 1954 World Series.


Woods gets PGA Tour lifetime achievement exemption


The PGA Tour awards Tiger Woods a lifetime exemption to enter all of its signature events.


'I wish I had spoken about my sexuality years ago'


As part of BBC Sport's Pride Month series, British shot putter Sophie McKinna explains why she chose to speak publicly about her sexuality in the hope of being a role model to others.

'Scotland's soft touches must become hard cases again'


Scotland need to rediscover their fearlessness and resilience if they are to beat Switzerland and revive their Euro 2024 hopes, writes Tom English.

England to win again? Sutton's predictions - second group games


BBC Sport's football expert Chris Sutton gives his predictions for the second round of group games at Euro 2024

Two generations of Scotland fans on Haaland, Robertson & Euros


Two generations of the Tartan Army relive Scotland's Euro 2024 qualifying campaign.


'Cauldron' awaits at start of pivotal week for England


England are expecting a boisterous atmosphere when they play hosts West Indies on Wednesday in a crucial T20 World Cup game.


Team GB name triathlon team for Paris 2024


Great Britain name their final three triathletes to complete their team for this summer's Paris Olympic Games.


Why 'symbol' Ronaldo remains Portugal's star draw


Cristiano Ronaldo didn't mark his record-breaking appearance with a goal against Czech Republic, but for fans and his team-mates he still has an important role to play for Portugal.

Motorbike rider, 9, dies after Interlagos crash


A nine-year-old Argentine motorbike rider dies after suffering serious injuries in a crash during a practice session at a junior competition in Brazil.

Chelsea eye striker Openda - Wednesday's gossip


Chelsea are interested in RB Leipzig's Belgium forward Lois Openda, Borussia Dortmund want to bring Pascal Gross back from Brighton to his native Germany, plus more.

Tuesday, Jun 18


Highlights: Portugal leave it late to beat Czech Republic


Watch highlights as Portugal's Francisco Conceicao nets an injury-time winner in their opening Euro 2024 Group F match against Czech Republic at the Leipzig Stadium.

Conceicao scores late winner for Portugal


Watch as substitute Francisco Conceicao scores a late winner for Portugal against Czech Republic in their Group F game in Leipzig.


'What a hit!' - Provod fires Czech Republic ahead against Portugal


Watch as Lukas Provod gives Czech Republic the lead against Portugal during their Group F game in Leipzig.

France 'uncertain' if Mbappe can face Netherlands


Kylian Mbappe could miss France's meeting with the Netherlands at Euro 2024 after breaking his nose in Monday's opening win over Austria, say the French Football Federation (FFF).

Murray starts Queen's farewell with win - but Evans sustains injury


Britain's Andy Murray begins what is likely to be his final Queen's appearance with a gritty win over Australia's Alexei Popyrin.

US legend Johnson launches new athletics league


Track legend Michael Johnson launches a new athletics circuit for 2025, with America's Olympic 400m hurdles champion Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone signed up.