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Daily Archives: July 21, 2018

David Warner returns to cricket in Australia in Darwin

DARWIN, Australia (AP) Former Australia vice-captain David Warner has played his first cricket match in Australia since his ball-tampering suspension, scoring 36 Saturday in a one-day match in Darwin’s limited overs Strike League. Warner played for the City Cyclones in the 50 overs match against the Northern Tide at the Marrara Cricket Ground. Australia batsman Cameron Bancroft, also suspended over ...

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Russian club deny racism after cancelling deal for black player

Erving Botaka-Yoboma was announced as a Torpedo player last Saturday Russian third-tier side Torpedo Moscow have cancelled plans to sign defender Erving Botaka-Yobama – denying that they have done so because he is black. Torpedo faced fan protests after announcing the signing of Botaka-Yobama – who is Russian and Congolese descent – last Saturday. The club said the de… BBC ...

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Tiger, Spieth set Open alight

Lucas Herbert attempts some body language during his third round at Carnoustie. Picture: GETTY IMAGES Australia’s hopes at The Open were effectively reduced to two after a Tiger Woods-inspired third round of high-octane scoring at a near-defenceless Carnoustie. Veteran Queenslander Adam Sc… Golf Australia – News Headlines

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British Open 2018 odds: Surprising Sunday picks from model that nailed the Masters

Sunday at the 2018 British Open promises to be entertaining. Three golfers, including reigning Open Championship winner Jordan Spieth, are tied at the top of the leaderboard at 9-under. Spieth is the British Open favorite at 3-2 as he looks to repeat. Tied with him heading into Sunday are Xander Schauffele and Kevin Kisner, who are listed at 5-1 and ...

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Hend seeking elusive Fiji win

He won’t say he has a score to settle at the Fiji International presented by Fiji Airways but Scott Hend definitely feels he has unfinished business at the Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course. The popular Queenslander began the final round in 2017 sharing fourth place and just three shots behind 54-hole leader Wade Ormsby. One of the most experienced and ...

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Friday's Sports in Brief

PRO FOOTBALL Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross said he hadn’t decided whether to actually discipline players who protest during the national anthem when he formally told the team that the demonstrations could be punishable. ”We were asked to submit a form to the NFL on our overall discipline policy prior to the start of the rookie report date,” Ross said ...

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Kisner and Johnson stay in front

American pair Kevin Kisner and Zach Johnson remained locked at the top of the leaderboard as they got to the turn on day three of the 147th Open Championship. The halfway leaders began the day one stroke clear of the chasing pack on six under par but saw their advantage wiped out before teeing off in the final group at ...

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