Who's the best James Bond? The results of a poll will leave some 007 fans spitting out their martinis in shock.
Because while Sean Connery has been voted the greatest, Roger Moore and current Bond Daniel Craig failed to make it into the top three.
The Scottish actor came out on top in the survey for RadioTimes.com with 44 per cent of the vote, ahead of Timothy Dalton in second, with 32 per cent, and Pierce Brosnan in third with 23 per cent.
More than 14,000 people voted for their favourite, with actors pitted against each other in different rounds of the survey.
American Collin Morikawa emerged from a stacked leaderboard to win the 2020 US PGA Championship after a flawless final round in San Francisco.
At one point on the back nine, six players shared the lead but an eagle on the 16th saw the 23-year-old go clear.
The world number 12 carded a six-under 64 at TPC Harding Park to reach 13 under in just his second major.
Castleford Tigers have signed Toronto Wolfpack fullback Gareth O’Brien on a loan deal until the end of the 2020 season.
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Coronavirus has broken out again in New Zealand after more than 100 days and prompted the country's government to put its largest city into strict lockdown.
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A post-Brexit trade deal between the UK and Japan may have met an unlikely obstacle - stilton cheese.
On Friday, the two sides said they hoped to agree the details of a post-Brexit trade agreement by the end of the month.
The Department for International Trade said talks are ongoing.
But progress has reportedly been blown off course after International Trade Secretary Liz Truss requested better terms for British blue cheeses.
Shakhtar Donetsk have reached their first European quarter-final since 2015-16, when they did so in the UEFA Europa League, eliminating Sporting Braga before losing to Sevilla in semi-final.
Macclesfield Town have been relegated to the National League after the English Football League won an appeal against a points deduction.
The decision means a reprieve for Stevenage, who will retain their League Two status.
Macclesfield had been given a suspended four-point sanction, but that will be applied immediately, dropping the Silkmen to the foot of the table.
The EFL said an independent panel's decision was "final and binding".
Notton is a village and civil parish in the City of Wakefield district of West Yorkshire, England. The village is approximately 1 mile (1.6 km) northwest of Royston and 5 miles (8 km) south of the centre of Wakefield. The parish had a population of 982 at the 2011 Census. Until 1974, the parish was part of Wakefield Rural District.
In the Middle Ages the manor was held by the de Notton family, whose most notable member was William de Notton (died about 1365), Lord Chief Justice of Ireland.
Notton has a village hall on George Lane, and a post office on Applehaigh Lane.
Macclesfield Town supporters fear the club will not survive dropping out of the league after an EFL appeal enforced a further points deduction on Tuesday, and believe their perennially cash-strapped operation has been the victim of a witch-hunt by the football authorities.
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