It's goodnight from us but join us tomorrow for a fantastic weekend's sport...
- Racing from Sandown including the Bet365 Chase ✔️
- Final day of the Punchestown Festival featuring the Grade 1 Mares Hurdle ✔️
- Brighton can be crowned Championship title winners with a win over Bristol City ✔️
- Palace v Burnley ✔️
- JOSHUA V KLITSCHKO ✔️
- Conclusion of the Volvo China Open
- The World Snooker Championship final ✔️
- ATP Barcelona Final ✔️
- Man Utd v Swansea ✔️
- Everton v Chelsea ✔️
- The North London derby ✔️
- The Zurich Classic ✔️
- Watford v Liverpool ✔️
A strong second half showing for Hull FC saw the Black & Whites score 20 points without return to beat Warrington 34-10 and go top of the Super League.
In the night's other game St Helens were easy winners against Leigh.
- Hull FC 34-10 Warrington
- St Helens 28-6 Leigh
Newcastle follow up Monday's promotion ensuring win with a pretty comfortable victory in Cardiff with goals from Atsu and Hayden.
It's a record away win count this season for the Magpies who might have applied a little pressure on Brighton who can win the title at home to Bristol on Saturday evening.
Newcastle are putting on a show for their magnificent travelling support as Isaac Hayden doubles their lead in Cardiff and doubles his tally for the season.
Over to you Brighton...
The deadlock is broken in the Welsh capital as Chelsea loanee Christian Atsu scores a peach of a free-kick to give the visitors the lead.
The Geordies are in good voice!
Hull lead Warrington 14-10 in the evening's live game from the Super League.
The hosts lead 12-0 early on before Warrington came back into it. Looks set for a good second half.
It's 0-0 at half time in Cardiff and it's been far from entertaining. Newcastle don't seem too concerned about winning the game and pushing Brighton for first place at the moment.