General Sports News from the BBC

United States Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton on pole position
Lewis Hamilton starts the US Grand Prix on pole position as he seeks to take the final step towards wrapping up a fifth world title.
Don't blame me for scuffle at Chelsea after late draw - Mourinho
"Don't do what everyone does and say 'it's Mourinho who does things', says Man Utd boss after Chelsea altercation.
'Wembley sale opposition bizarre and led by old men'
Opposition which caused the £600m sale of Wembley to collapse is "bizarre" and led by "old men", says ex-FA chairman Greg Dyke.
Sprint legend Bolt 'offered contract by Mariners'
Eight-time Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt has been offered a deal by Central Coast Mariners, says his agent Ricky Simms.
'They should say we'll now play the Isner Rule' - American backs Wimbledon change
John Isner backs planned changes to Wimbledon aimed at preventing marathon matches - and says the rule should be named after him.
Dominant Taylor retains world titles with unanimous points win over Serrano
Ireland's Katie Taylor defends her IBF and WBA world titles with a unanimous points win over Cindy Serrano in Boston.
Marquez wins fifth MotoGP title then dislocates shoulder while celebrating
Spaniard Marc Marquez wins a fifth MotoGP title and third in a row - then suffers a bizarre shoulder injury when celebrating victory in Japan.
Taekwondo: GB's Bianca Walkden wins silver at Manchester Grand Prix
Great Britain's Bianca Walkden was pipped to the top prize, going down 6-4 in the final to the Olympic champion Zheng Shuyin of China.
LeBron James plays peacemaker as his Lakers home debut is marred by brawl
Three-time NBA champion LeBron James had to break up a melee as the LA Lakers lost on his home debut at Staples Center.
American Koepka to become world number one for first time after win in South Korea
American Brooks Koepka is set to become world number one for the first time after winning the CJ Cup in South Korea.