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ZURICH - A FIFA advisory panel is pressing ahead to draft reforms of the scandal-shaken world football body despite the suspension of President Sepp Blatter and other senior officials amid corruption investigations, the panel's head said.

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England cruise against Estonia to secure ninth win

LONDON - England, who reached Euro 2016 last month, comfortably beat Estonia 2-0 at Wembley on Friday to stay on course to complete a qualifying campaign with a 100 percent record for the first time.

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New Zealand prop Woodcock ruled out of World Cup

NEWCASTLE, England - New Zealand prop Tony Woodcock has been ruled out of the Rugby World Cup due to a hamstring injury, All Blacks coach Steve Hansen said on Saturday.

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Sainz misses Russian qualifying after big crash

SOCHI, Russia - Spaniard Carlos Sainz escaped serious injury after crashing heavily in Russian Grand Prix practice on Saturday but was ruled out of qualifying for Sunday's race.

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Wounded Samoa stand between Scotland and last eight

NEWCASTLE, England - Scotland start as strong favourites to book themselves a quarter-final place by beating Samoa on Saturday, but nothing can be taken for granted in the most intriguing and unpredictable of the four pools in the Rugby World Cup.

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Presidents Cup returning to Melbourne in 2019

INCHEON, South Korea - Melbourne will host the 2019 edition of the Presidents Cup, as well as next year's World Cup of Golf, PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem announced on Saturday.

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