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SUNDAY FOOTBALL

All the Premier League goals as they happen

Get the news and scores from all the games on the final day of Premier League action.

  • Football - Kane effort enough for Saints

    The 20-year-old ran onto a pass down the right channel from fellow substitute James McFadden before slotting underneath Scott Brown, just seconds after coming on as a 70th-minute substitute. The only goal of the game earned St Johnstone a fourth-place Scottish Premiership finish and will also secure a hat-trick of Europa League adventures if Inverness win the William Hill Scottish Cup. Saints had given Anderson a guard of honour along with the home players as the retiring 36-year-old made his first appearance following nine months out with knee problems.

    PA Sport Report
  • United striker James Wilson's girlfriend is beautiful and here's why

    Manchester Metropolitan University student Frankie instead looks a picture of perfection, an attractive English rose that can’t be wilted by an Australian company’s brutish barbs

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  • Invasion of the McManiacs: Even Nicola Sturgeon's alarmed by yob MPs 

    Two weeks on from the Election, the longest-serving member of the House of Commons, Gerald Kaufman, issued a withering assessment of the behaviour of the unprecedented intake of 56 Scottish Nationalist MPs (up from just six in 2010).

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  • Sweden wins Eurovision Song Contest while Russia is booed

    Sweden beat Russia to win the 60th Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday, in an event described by organizers as beyond politics but marred by boos for the Russian that were apparently prompted by the Ukraine conflict and the Kremlin's anti-gay policies. Italy took third in Europe's iconic songfest, which this year carried the extra attraction of an entry by Australia. The race between Russian star Polina Gagarina and Sweden's Mans Zelmerlow went back and forth for most of the balloting as jurors from 40 countries voted along a worldwide audience submitting their preference by phone and app.

    Associated Press
  • Former X Factor winner Shayne Ward apologises for prison comment on This Morning

    Former X Factor winner Shayne Ward has apologised for comments he made about being from Manchester. Appearing as a guest on This Morning to talk about his new role in Coronation Street, when asked where he would be now if he had not been in the X Factor

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  • Kylie Minogue Is Left Speechless At This Graham Norton Show Audience Member's Brutal Request

    Kylie Minogue has just won the award for priceless reaction of the day, thanks to this Graham Norton Show audience member's mean request. Jessica Ball had pied off her date with Thomas Hewitt to come and watch Kylie, 46, on last week's Graham Norton Show.

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  • Grange Hill actor is found dead

    Grange Hill actor Terry Sue-Patt has died aged 50. The actor found fame as Benny Green on the hit BBC children's show about a secondary school and went on to star in nearly 30 episodes between 1978 and 1982 alongside EastEnders star Todd Carty. He

    Press Association
  • Mark Wright And Michelle Keegan Get Married THIS WEEKEND: A Look Inside The £1M Bash

    Yes boys and girls, it's finally the weekend you've all been waiting for: the most important in the year and potentially the millennium – the wedding of Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan is upon us! The pair have been UBER-secretive about the whole affair, after landing a whopping £1.2 million pound deal with Hello! Magazine - meaning that getting any sneaky snaps of Carol Wright doing the conga is going to be a nigh-on impossible task. Speaking to The Mirror, a source said: "The venue Mark and Michelle have chosen is incredibly posh – it’s like somewhere Lady Edith would get married.

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  • British police find migrants hiding in Maserati cars

    Ten suspected illegal immigrants have been found hiding in the trunks of luxury Maserati sports cars, British police said on Thursday. Police photos showed the brand-new Italian sports cars on the back of a trailer, with clothes and shoes in the trunk of one of the vehicles. "The nine adults were arrested and a juvenile was detained on suspicion of illegal entry into the country," a police spokesman said.

    AFP
  • Hamilton Sets The Pace In Monaco Practice

    Lewis Hamilton has set the pace in the opening practice for the Monaco GP, with Mercedes teammate and rival Nico Rosberg down in ninth place. The German clipped the barriers in the opening minutes of the session and ended up with a fastest lap over a second slower than Hamilton's best, a 1:18.750. With Rosberg rejoining on a fresh set of soft tyres ahead of everyone else, the suspicion is that he therefore wasn't able to make use of them when the track conditions were at their best.

    Sky News
  • Navy says pilot safely ejected when plane went off runway

    A pilot safely ejected into San Diego Bay on Friday when a training jet went off the end of a runway after landing at Naval Air Station North Island. Boaters rescued the pilot from the bay that separates the Navy base in Coronado from downtown San Diego, the Navy said. The pilot was taken by helicopter to be evaluated at Naval Medical Center San Diego.

    Associated Press
  • Indians React To Indian Stereotypes

    "You think I can't hit it off with women??"

    BuzzFeed
  • Fearne Cotton Leaves Radio One: Her Career In Pictures (22 photos)

    As Fearne Cotton bids farewell to Radio One after ten years on the air, we take a look back at her Children's TV presenting beginnings all the way through to today. 1998: After winning a nationwide search for the next Disney Show presenter, Fearne lands

    Yahoo Celebrity UK
  • Tax relief on pensions is a scandal: this is how George Osborne could fix it

    The dust had barely settled on the great pension simplification of 2006 before successive governments started meddling with pension savings. The pace of meddling has accelerated, with the past five years seeing year-on-year changes to the amount of tax relief offered to pension savers. From “high earners are benefiting from a disproportionate amount of tax relief” to “we’re spending too much money on tax relief”.

    Telegraph
  • IS Behead Civilians As '400 Killed In Palmyra'

    IS fighters have raised their flag over an ancient citadel in Palmyra - amid reports they have killed hundreds of women and children. It emerged as Syrian state television reported that 400 civilians in Palmyra - mostly women and children - had been killed by IS fighters. Dozens of those killed were state employees, including the head of the nursing department at the hospital and all her family members, said Syria's state news agency.

    Sky News 55 mins ago
  • Yes, that’s Jim Carrey wearing a Tipp jersey in New York… It’s The Dredge

    Every weekday morning, DailyEdge.ie rounds up the best of the day’s celebrity dirt from the top to the very bottom. Jim Carrey is not only back together with his Tipperary girlfriend, he’s got the jersey to prove it. He and Irish woman Cathriona White

    TheJournal.ie
  • Triple Murder: Hunt For Man With Spider Tattoo

    Police are hunting a 21-year-old man - with a distinctive spider tattoo - suspected of killing a family of three in Didcot, Oxfordshire. The bodies of a 44-year-old man, a 48-year-old woman and six-year-old girl were discovered at the property in Vicarage Road on Saturday at 8.23pm. Police have appealed for help to trace Jed Allen, who was "related" to the family, as part of its murder probe.

    Sky News
  • Katie Price’s Birthday: Her Cheekiest Instagram Pics

    She’s a fan of tongue in cheek humour and cheeks of a more *ahem* physical nature. And Katie Price is happy to show off her cheeky ways on her Instagram account, whether she’s LOLing about her fake tan developing or sharing cheeky shots of her barely

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  • Why have Cadbury's Roses changed their wrappers?

    The US owner of Cadbury is now called Mondelez – the confectionery business of Kraft was split out into a separate company in 2012 – and has already sparked scandal among chocolate traditionalists by replacing Dairy Milk for a cheaper chocolate on its Creme Eggs, rounding the corners on Dairy Milk bars, and axing its chocolate coins. Tony Bilsborough at Cadbury says: “We’ve changed the wrapping simply because of the quality of twist wrap was just not up to scratch. Yes I was able to open the new ones with ease and there was no sign of flow wrappers’ notorious impenetrability.

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  • Eleven year-old earns three degrees one year after finishing high school

    At eleven years old, most American kids are finishing 5th grade and nervously anticipating middle school.Eleven-year-old Tanishq Abraham just earned three associate degrees, an admirable accomplishment for anyone, let alone a pre-teen. A native of Sacramento

    Christian Science Monitor