Find out how Everton overcame Manchester United at Old Trafford with Sports Mole's text updates.
Sports Mole's live commentary of Sunderland's match with Chelsea.
Wales and British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland is named the UK coach of the year.
Warren Gatland says that he is open to coaching the British and Irish Lions for their tour in New Zealand in 2017.
World number one Rafael Nadal announces that he will play in the Buenos Aires ATP tournament in February next year.
Ilie Nastase believes that Roger Federer can play until he is 60 years old if he chooses to.
Tim Bresnan calms fears about his recent back injury ahead of England's crucial Ashes second Test against Australia this week.
Live text coverage of the second Ashes Test between Australia and England in Adelaide.
Sports Mole speaks to Rob Booth, who has had his wish for his terminally ill father to watch Manchester United one more time granted by Ashley Young.
Lukas Podolski gives Pat Rice his best wishes by dedicating an Arsenal shirt to the former assistant manager.
F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone picks out Lotus's Kimi Raikkonen as his "star driver" of the 2013 season.
Lewis Hamilton wins the British Racing Drivers' Club's Gold Star following his first season with Mercedes.
Henrik Stenson vows not to take his eye off the ball with more demands being placed on his time off the course due to his success on it over the past year.
Rory McIlroy experiences a bitter-sweet victory at Royal Sydney this morning, having ended his trophy drought but the Northern Irishman was apologetic for denying Adam Scott.
London Broncos announce that they are confident of securing a deal to take them out of administration.
St Helens hooker James Roby signs a five-year contract extension with the Super League club.
Top Rank's Bob Arum claims that Floyd Mayweather Jnr and Manny Pacquiao "owe it to boxing" to make their dream fight a reality.
Amir Khan says that Paulie Malignaggi vs. Zab Judah could go either way due to the respective fighters' specific skill sets.
Stephen Maguire beats fellow Scotsman John Higgins 6-3 in York to become the first man to qualify for the quarter-finals of the UK Championship.
Ronnie O'Sullivan is into the fourth round of the UK Championship with a comfortable victory over Marcus Campbell.