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As well as keeping our readers up to date, The Sport Review likes to up with the very latest ways of providing you with the latest important sports headlines.

So, with that in mind, we thought it a good time to launch The Sport Review’s new Twitter service.

This means you can get all the latest sports headlines news straight to your browser, mobile or handheld device in bite-sized 140-character ‘tweets’.

If you have a Twitter account simply go to http://twitter.com/thesportreview and click on follow to get all the updates.

If you do not yet have a Twitter account, or have no idea what it is all about, visit http://twitter.com/home for more information.

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