Pictures: The Irish Open 2012
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Tony Ward and Paul Wallace on the big games
Manley closes on maiden title as Higgins slips further back in Hong Kong
Wales' Stuart Manley will take a slender lead into the final round of the Hong Kong Open as he looks to cap an eventful few weeks with a first European Tour title.
Tiger storms into the lead as Rory falters in California
Tiger Woods stormed into the lead at his own Northwestern Mutual World Challenge tournament as a 10-under par second round of 62 put him two clear of overnight leader Zach Johnson.
Higgins slips off pace as Kruger clams Hong Kong Open lead
South African Jbe Kruger paid tribute to his country's former president Nelson Mandela after claiming the halfway lead in the Hong Kong Open on Friday.
Jay Z tops Grammy award nominations
Jay Z easily led the Grammy Award nominations today with nine, but left-of-centre rappers Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and Kendrick Lamar were among a group of new stars who took many of the major nominations.
Capaldi: I'm too young for Doctor
Peter Capaldi has said that despite being one of the older actors to take on the lead role in Doctor Who, he's still too young for the part.
Scorsese: DiCaprio lit my film fire
Martin Scorsese has revealed that collaborating with Leonardo DiCaprio "reignited" his love for movie-making.
Pegg wanted to be film's 'wild man'
Simon Pegg was determined to play the "wild man" in his latest film The World's End, according to director Edgar Wright.
Robbie: I want to beat Gary's sales
Robbie Williams has said that while he wishes Gary Barlow well with his new solo album, he still wants to beat his Take That chum when it comes to record sales.
Clarkson having tough pregnancy
Kelly Clarkson has admitted she doesn't feel attractive in her pregnancy.
Weinstein: Elba deserves an Oscar
Idris Elba deserves the Oscar for best actor for his performance as Nelson Mandela, Harvey Weinstein has said.
Dylan's guitar sells at auction
The guitar that Bob Dylan plugged in when he famously went electric at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival sold at auction Friday for a record 965,000 US dollars (£590,000).
Osbourne: Pirates book an honour
Sharon Osbourne's first ever children's book is to be released in the UK next year.
Simon Cowell mocks Russell Brand's revolution: 'Give all your money back'
Simon Cowell has taken a swipe at Russell Brand over the comedian's call for a revolution.