In Pictures: Sport pays tribute to the Queen

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Sport continued to pay tribute to the Queen at events on Sunday following her death at the age of 96.

While competitive football was postponed this weekend, many other sports went ahead in the United Kingdom, including Gallagher Premiership matches and the Cazoo St Leger at Doncaster –  the world’s oldest Classic horse race.

Here, the PA news agency takes a look at how some of those sports paid their respects on Sunday.

Gloucester Rugby v Wasps
Players, officials and spectators observed a minute’s silence ahead of the Gallagher Premiership match between Gloucester and Wasps at Kingsholm (Nigel French/PA)
Sale Sharks v Northampton Saints – Gallagher Premiership – AJ Bell Stadium
There was a tribute to the Queen on the big screen at the AJ Bell Stadium (Martin Rickett/PA)
England v South Africa
Players also wore black armbands during the final Test between England and South Africa at the Oval (John Walton/PA)
Mercedes driver George Russell
Mercedes driver George Russell (centre) observed a minute’s silence ahead of Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix (David Davies/PA)
Italian Grand Prix – Race – Monza
Fellow British driver Lando Norris had a message of remembrance on the nose cone of his McLaren for the race (David Davies/PA)
Italian Grand Prix – Race – Monza
Aston Martin did likewise on their car at Monza (David Davies/PA)
Italian Grand Prix – Race – Monza
As did Williams (David Davies/PA)
Doncaster Races
Ahead of the opening Champagne Stakes at Doncaster, trainers, jockeys and valets gathered in the parade ring to observe a two-minute silence before all in attendance were invited to sing the national anthem (Tim Goode/PA)
Jockeys were among those to pay tribute at Doncaster (Tim Goode/PA)
Jockeys were among those to pay their respects at Doncaster (Tim Goode/PA)
Doncaster Races – Sunday September 11th
There was also a tribute to the Queen on the big screen at Doncaster Racecourse (Tim Goode/PA)