England head coach Wayne Bennett has a responsibility to help grow the game, say Iestyn Harris and Jon Wells.
Andy Murray becomes the first British singles player to be world number one since computerised rankings began in 1973.
Ireland produce a sensational display to beat an all-conquering New Zealand side for the first time, running out 40-29 winners in Chicago.
Eden Hazard scores twice as Chelsea climb to the top of the Premier League with a stylish victory over Everton.
Australia claim their 12th consecutive win over Wales, running in five tries at a shocked and subdued Principality Stadium.
Britain’s Andy Murray becomes the world number one for the first time after Milos Raonic withdraws from the Paris Masters semi-final.
Dane Thorbjorn Olesen tightens his grip on the Turkish Open as he take a eight-shot lead going into the final round.
American Beth Allen wins the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open title after a stunning final round denies England’s Georgia Hall.
Great Britain claim gold in the men’s and women’s team pursuit at the Track Cycling World Cup in Glasgow.
Britain’s Andy Murray is one win from becoming world number one following Novak Djokovic’s surprise defeat at the Paris Masters.