Ireland's Padraig Harrington completed a four-under par 66 Saturday to seize a one-stroke lead over American Patrick Reed after the second round of the storm-hit US PGA Tour's Honda Classic. Thunderstorms on Friday pushed the conclusion of the second round to Saturday morning and they returned Saturday afternoon to swamp the course at PGA National, wiping out play early. Harrington, a three-time major champion who has slid to 297th in the world rankings, could have enjoyed a larger margin but a bogey-bogey finish left him on seven-under 133 after 36 holes. "At times I get lost and distracted from the process," Harrington said.
Scotland head coach Vern Cotter has taken responsibility for his side's home defeat to Italy that leaves them propping up the Six Nations table and still searching for their first win of 2015.
Ryan Donaldson and Jordan Slew gave Cambridge their first win in 10 games with a comfortable 2-0 victory over a poor Morecambe.
Preston made it five straight league wins with a crushing 4-0 victory at managerless Oldham on Saturday.
Mark Marshall maintained Port Vale's hopes of gate-crashing the play-off race as his goal sealed a 1-0 win at Notts County.
Junior Brown stole three precious points with an 83rd-minute winner in Mansfield's 2-1 victory against relegation rivals Dagenham.
Leyton Orient continued their recent improvement with a well deserved 2-0 win over Walsall at the Banks's Stadium.
Ross County manager Jim McIntyre was delighted as his side recorded their third straight win, but he admitted the 1-0 victory over Dundee was not one for the purists.
Doncaster climbed back into the play-off places with a comfortable 2-0 home win over relegation-threatened Colchester.
Caretaker boss Dave Robertson enjoyed a winning start in the Peterborough dugout as Posh sank FA Cup heroes Bradford 2-0.
Exeter are now without a win in seven games after playing out a 0-0 draw with York.
Luton gained ground on the top three as Jayden Stockley and Luke Guttridge were on target in a comfortable 2-0 win over Accrington.
Swindon lost ground on leaders Bristol City as they were held to a 0-0 draw at Crewe and had Jake Stephens sent off late on.
Substitute Hakeeb Adelakun spared Scunthorpe's blushes with a second-half equaliser to salvage a 1-1 draw with stragglers Yeovil.
New signing Ryan Bird was the hero as Hartlepool clawed the gap to safety back to six points with a 1-0 win over AFC Wimbledon.
Referee Roger East has told match officials' body PGMOL it was not a case of mistaken identity when he sent off Sunderland's Wes Brown at Manchester United.
Force India have admitted they are set to fall behind at the start of the new season following the delayed introduction of their 2015 car due to ‘cash-flow’ issues.
Wales notched up a fourth consecutive win over France with a 20-13 victory at the Stade de France in the Six Nations on Saturday.
Lewis Hamilton has admitted he would find a multi-team battle for the world championship more exciting than a rematch of his 2014 title fight with Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg.
Bournemouth assistant boss Jason Tindall was left frustrated as his side extended their winless run to five games following a 0-0 draw against Blackburn.