In Sports News: the Czech ice hockey team have secured a place in the last eight at the World Championships after an impressive win over Canada; the last weekend of the Czech football league is mired in controversy, as Mlada Boleslav reach the Champions League and Plzen narrowly avoid relegation; Karel Bruckner announces the Czech squad for the World Cup; Robin Vik wins tennis's Prague Open; and Kenyan-born runner Hasan Mubarak Shami wins the Prague Marathon.
Czechs secure place in last eight at World Championships with win over Canada
He and his team-mates are next in action against the USA on Tuesday afternoon, in their final game in the second group stage.
Czech football league season climaxes with controversy-filled weekend
At the other end of the table, Plzen avoided the drop after beating Sparta 3:1 in Prague. Sparta's players have been fined almost 50,000 dollars by their management after seeming to throw the game: Plzen's manager Frantisek Straka has remained popular with both Sparta players and fans since being sacked by the Prague club. Jihlava and Blsany were relegated.
By the way the top scorer in the Czech league this season was Milan Ivana of Slovacko with a tally of - wait for it - 11 goals.
Bruckner announces squad for World Cup
Skacel scores in Scottish Cup final before bidding goodbye to Hearts fans
Skacel scored a goal for Hearts on their way to victory in the Scottish Cup final on Saturday. The Czech midfielder says he wants to leave the club in the summer and bid goodbye to Hearts fans after what has been an absolutely incredible season.
Pavel Nedved won another Italian league title with Juventus, though the club has become mired in allegations of match-fixing.
Czech Under 17s lose final of European Championships on penalties
The Czech Under 17s were beaten in the final of their European Championships in Luxembourg on Sunday; after drawing 2:2 with Russia the Czechs were beaten 5:3 on penalties.