General Sports News from the BBC

Ex-world champion Fury free to resume boxing career
Tyson Fury is free to resume his boxing career after reaching an agreement over a backdated two-year doping ban.
Man City did not over-celebrate win at Old Trafford - Guardiola
Man City boss Pep Guardiola "encouraged" his side to celebrate Sunday's 2-1 win over Man Utd but denies they went over the top.
Duckett incident a 'non-event', says Anderson
England bowler James Anderson says Ben Duckett pouring a drink over him in a Perth bar was "not malicious" and a "bit of a non-event".
Struggling Northampton sack director of rugby Mallinder
Northampton Saints part company with director of rugby Jim Mallinder after more than 10 years with the Premiership club.
'Angels and sumo-wrestlers' - Wenger on Manchester derby fracas
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says sometimes players can go 'overboard', following the spat after Sunday's Manchester derby.
'Huge natural talent' - Sports Personality contender Lewis Hamilton
F1 driver won a fourth world title - profile of Sports Personality nominee.
Stoke fans confronted players at train station after 5-1 defeat by Spurs
Angry Stoke fans confront the players at the town's railway station as they travel home from a 5-1 defeat by Tottenham at Wembley.
Gayle hits record 18 sixes in Bangladesh Premier League final
Chris Gayle hits a record 18 sixes in an unbeaten 146 off 69 balls for Rangpur Riders in the Bangladesh Premier League final.
Will Kane break Shearer's goal record? - Premier League stats round-up
Harry Kane hits the 50-goal mark for 2017, Stoke sick of the sight of Spurs, and super sub Giroud comes to Arsenal's rescue again.
Russian doping: Six more athletes get lifetime Olympic bans over Sochi 2014
Six more Russians are banned for life from the Olympics in the latest punishment over doping in the country.