In pictures: Sport’s tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh

PA Sport Staff
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The sporting world continued to pay its respects to Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, on Saturday following his death at the age of 99.

Aintree racecourse, football stadiums and cricket grounds held two minutes of silence on Saturday following Buckingham Palace’s announcement on Friday that the Duke had died peacefully in his sleep.

Here, the PA news agency takes a look at the tributes paid on Saturday.

The Union Jack was flown at half mast during Grand National Day of the 2021 Randox Health Grand National Festival at Aintree
The Union Flag was flown at half mast during Grand National Day of the 2021 Randox Health Grand National Festival at Aintree (Tim Goode/PA)
Jockeys, owners and trainers also stood for a two-minute silence at Aintree in Liverpool
Jockeys, owners and trainers also stood for a two-minute silence at Aintree in Liverpool (David Davies/Jockey Club/PA)
Jockeys wore black armbands in honour of the late Prince Philip
Jockeys wore black armbands in honour of the late Prince Philip (Tim Goode/PA)
Manchester City and Leeds stood for two minutes before the early Premier League kick off
Manchester City and Leeds stood for two minutes before the early Premier League kick-off (Michael Regan/PA)
Liverpool and Aston Villa stand in tribute to the late Duke of Edinburgh
Liverpool and Aston Villa followed suit at Anfield (Laurence Griffiths/PA)
Celtic and Livingston players stand for a minute’s silence
Tributes were also paid in Scotland, with Celtic and Livingston players standing for a minute’s silence (Jeff Holmes/PA)
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St Helens and Leeds Rhions players stand for a two minute silence before kick off
St Helens and Leeds Rhinos players stood for a two-minute silence before kick-off (Mike Egerton/PA)
A flag was also flown flying at half-mast at the Totally Wicked Stadium
A flag was also flown flying at half-mast at the Totally Wicked Stadium (Mike Egerton/PA)
Crystal Palace and Chelsea players stand for a two minute silence prior to kick-off
Crystal Palace and Chelsea players also observed a two-minute silence (Justin Tallis/PA)
A tribute is on display at Wembley Stadium
A tribute was displayed at Wembley Stadium (Adam Davy/PA)
Exeter players paid their respects ahead of their Heineken Champions Cup match against Leinster
Exeter players paid their respects ahead of their Heineken Champions Cup match against Leinster (Adam Davy/PA)
Footballers across the country also wore black armbands, with Swindon among the clubs paying their respects
Footballers across the country also wore black armbands, with Swindon among the many clubs paying their respects (Tess Derry/PA)