A round up of the latest news stories from the world of sport.
A round up of the latest stories from across the world of sport.
The shadow from the floodlight behind the Warner stand had already stretched out well beyond the pitch as Graeme Swann ran in to bowl the third ball of the final over of the fourth day.
Despite losing 3 wickets before stumps, England remain firmly in the driving seat.
Swann helped himself to 3 wickets as England ran riot, taking six Australian wickets in one session.
Broad and Swann's partnership of 48 runs frustrated Australia in the morning session.
A brief round up of the important stories from across the world of sport this lunch time.
There is something rather hopeful about Ryan Harris's nickname, Rhino.
Australian fans found their voices towards the end of play as England lost 3 quick wickets for 11 runs.
After becoming the first Australia captain to oversee 12 Test defeats away from home, Michael Clarke conceded his personal drought with the bat from No4 meant his side were playing this Ashes series with 10 men and suffering because of it.
If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs, then you probably haven’t grasped the seriousness of the situation. In the wake of England’s 405-run steamrollering by Australia at Lord’s one thing is certain: Trevor Bayliss is calm.
Mike Yardy, the Sussex and former England all-rounder, is to retire at the end of the season.