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Sky Sports has lost the rights to the US PGA Championship, which takes place at Quail Terry Steinbach Womens Jersey Hollow next month, in what marks an embarrassment to the broadcaster just days after it announced the launch of a dedicated golf channel. The PGA of America, which runs the tournament, confirmed that Sky’s deal – which had run for a decade – has not been renewed because a completely different media model is being pursued. While the details of that are unknown, there could still be an element of live broadcast, via another outlet. Sky has pitched itself as the home of television golf in the UK, owing to its live coverage of the PGA and European Tours. Last year, Sky became the live broadcaster of all four majors. “We had a good partnership with Sky but the 2017 US PGA Championship will not be on Sky,” said the PGA of America’s chief commercial officer, Jeff Price. “It was a multi-year deal that was up. Ultimately one of the key things for us is scale of distribution and obviously with all the new platforms that consumers are engaging with, we want to make sure we reach all of them.” Price’s comments intriguingly suggest a move away from the traditional television rights scene, a matter that will be of fascination to golf insiders. Social media will inevitably play a key part, with the possibility of a television highlights package also in the works. The forgotten story of … Seve, a hacker and Johnny Miller's 1976 Open Read more “Broad distribution, multi-platform distribution is the key objective for us,” he said. “I’m not in a position yet to share all the details but we want the http://www.officialathleticshop.com/aut … ersey.html ability to engage golf fans of all ages across all platforms. “We want the broadest distribution we can possibly have and are very excited about the plan we have in place.” Next week Sky will be the prime broadcaster of the Open for the second time. That switch from terrestrial television, which at the time meant Sky showed every major live in the UK, led to ferocious criticism of golf’s ruling body as the sport battles to attract fresh interest. Open viewing figures last year at Royal Troon were understandably far lower than when the competition was live on the BBCBen Currie marked his return after a long injury nightmare with the winning try as Warrington kept alive their faint hopes of a top-eight finish and spoiled Sean O’Loughlin’s 400th Wigan appearance. Last season’s Grand Finalists knew anything other than victory here would consign them to this summer’s Qualifiers, where they would face the Championship’s best sides in a battle to avoid relegation to the second tier. And while this victory may prove only temporary respite – a win for Huddersfield on Friday night would confirm their bottom-four place – this was a welcome victory for Tony Smith’s side. “He [Currie] was terrific, whether he scored or not,” Smith said of the forward, who had suffered a serious http://www.officialcardinalsbaseball.co … ersey.html knee injury playing against Wigan last September. For Wigan, a night supposed to be a celebration for their talismanic captain ended in frustration. Back-to-back victories had ended their worst winless run since 1903 but this was a worrying regression for the Super League champions, who could end the weekend six points adrift of the top four with eight games left. “I’m really disappointed and the players all know that,” said the Wigan coach, Shaun Wane. “It was a massive game but I didn’t see the desperation in them.” Wigan had taken the lead after little over a minute. Warrington made a mess of the kick-off and, from it, Oliver Gildart touched down a pinpoint Thomas Leuluai kick. At that stage it looked as if it would be a comfortable night for Wigan but tries from Benjamin Jullien and Ryan Atkins either side of John Bateman’s for Wigan kept Warrington in touch at half-time with the home side leading 10-8. There were only eight points in the second half and all of them went to the visitors. Currie’s crucial try put the Wolves ahead for the first time before Stefan Ratchford kicked two late penalties. Wigan Tomkins; Marshall, Gelling, Gildart, Burgess; Williams, Leuluai; Nuuausala, McIlorum, Sutton, Isa, Bateman, O’Loughlin. Interchange Clubb, Powell, Tautai, Wells. Tries Gildart, Bateman. Goals Williams. Warrington Ratchford; Hiku Michael Wacha Womens Jersey Pomeroy, Atkins, Lineham; Patton, Gidley; Hill, Clark, Sims, Jullien, Hughes, Cooper. Interchange Currie, Savelio, Philbin, Smith. Tries Jullien, Atkins, Currie. Goals Ratchford

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could not have gone much better for Joe Root at Lord’s. Never underestimate the importance of runs for a new captain; they remove the biggest cloud facing the man in charge of a new regime, which is the struggle to justify his place in the team. An emphatic victory comes in handy as well. Moreover, he handled his bowlers with easy authority. This was most obvious with the spinners: he tossed the ball to Liam Dawson for the 14th over of South Africa’s first innings, a ploy that did not work but it was early confirmation that for Root a spinner is not the bowler of last Adidas RAdidas eilly Smith Authentic Jersey resort. He did something similar after tea on the fourth day. Mark Wood had just removed JP Duminy in his first over but he was not invited to continue his spell after the interval. Do not expect this to be a regular tactic of a captain eager to embrace spin bowling; bear in mind that at Lord’s the ball was turning and bouncing far more than we have witnessed there for decades. England’s Joe Root eager for South Africa to provide stiffer challenges Read more Root was flexible in the field and suitably restless in pursuit of the right combination of bowlers. It seemed as if he always had options to try rather than holes to fill. In that second innings Wood bowled only one over; Ben Stokes was required to bowl only 13 overs in the match, all of them in the first innings, and the spinners kept taking the wickets. Hence his pacemen should still be frisky at Trent Bridge. However, Root recognises it cannot possibly be so simple in Nottingham. The expectation is that the pitch will not deteriorate so rapidly and that South Africa, with the return of their captain, Faf du Plessis, will rediscover the discipline that has often been their hallmark. Usually they hold their catches and it would be surprising and a source of much distress in their camp if their bowlers overstepped as frequently as they did at Lord’s. 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All are dependable, no-nonsense cricketers, reliable, determined and guaranteed to get stuck in whatever the situation. There is much virtue in such characteristics but doubts surface over whether they possess the raw ability to prevail at the highest level and we are still in the process of finding out. Of these Ballance is the most experienced. He has played 22 Tests and he averages a highly respectable 38, though his figures are skewed by his precocious start in Test cricket in the summer of 2014 against India followed by more runs in the Caribbean in the spring of 2015. Since then it has been a struggle. The perception has been that Ballance has been handicapped by being asked to bat Dougie Hamilton Authentic Jersey at three for England, which is two places higher than he usually does for Yorkshire. There is often a fall guy in Test teams who has to adjust because of the needs of others. In the 1980s Derek Randall might find himself opening the batting or going in at three against West Indies because there was no one else willing to do so. Randall would always do as he was asked even if he was much more likely to succeed lower in the order. Perhaps the fall guys in this era have been Moeen, who has batted everywhere (though he is now cemented at seven), and Ballance. But then examine Ballance’s figures at Test level. In the 15 Tests in which he has batted at three he averages 48.92. Put him elsewhere and he has flopped. Like it or lump it, now that Root has decided he is going to bat at four, Ballance has to make a success at three or not at all. Currently that is the only vacancy. Alastair Cook relishes his new role back in the England engine room Read more At least Jennings is in a familiar position at the top of the order. Here is another rounded character (metaphorically), who may have opted for England partly because he did not rate his chances of becoming a South African Test cricketer. He squeezes the most out of his talent and was capable of posting a century on his Test debut in India just as Cook did all those years ago. Then it was soon recognised that Cook, for all the crabbiness, was the real deal. Such certainty does not yet apply to Jennings. Likewise Dawson, who according to Trevor Bayliss “has something about him”, still has to prove he is good enough in one of his disciplines to be a Test cricketer on a regular basis. This trio are fortunate http://www.officialcalgaryflames.com/Ad … rts-Jersey in one respect: having been selected at the start of the Test series they will be given a significant run. Their rivals have little chance to shine since there is just one round of championship matches between now and 28 August. 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When you first see him, you think he’s a bit mad,” James Doyle said after the Princess of Wales’s Stakes here on Thursday, “but that’s just how he is.” The horse in question was Hawkbill, who was, as so often, a free-sweating, jig-jogging bundle of nerves before the day’s feature event but then a different beast entirely once the race was under way. Hawkbill was a 7-2 chance for this Group Two contest while his stable companion Frontiersman, who also runs in Godolphin’s royal blue silks, was sent off as the 5-4 favourite. Olly Murphy riding high as Britain’s newest trainer after quick double Read more Hawkbill set the pace from the start but briefly looked vulnerable as William Buick moved Frontiersman alongside inside the final quarter-mile before Hawkbill’s experience and attitude made all the difference. As Hawkbill ran straight for the line, Frontiersman suddenly started to drift left, losing vital momentum as he did so. When Buick tried to renew Cody Eakin Womens Jersey his challenge, again his partner could not summon up the finishing speed to go past and Hawkbill crossed the line three-quarters of a length in front. It was not the finishing order that the punters had expected but Hawkbill was a Group One winner in last season’s Eclipse Stakes at Sandown and Frontiersman, a four-year-old making only his ninth start, could well show the benefit of the experience in his next race, which is likely to be the King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot later this month. Like Frontiersman Hawkbill is quoted at around 10-1 for the race but is seemingly not as certain as the runner-up to head for the Ascot showpiece. “People thought he was just there as a pacemaker,” Charlie Appleby, who trains both horses, said in the winner’s enclosure afterwards, “and we knew that he’d set a decent gallop, but he was in there on his own rights. He’s dangerous when he’s left alone like that. We’ve seen that time and time again with him now. His antics before the race, we’re used to that, that’s him and, if he didn’t sweat, we’d be more worried. “At some stage I’ve got to give Hawkbill a break. I keep trying but a few days after a race he’s knocking the box down again. Ideally I’d like to get a break into him now whereas with Frontiersman I feel we’ll still look down the King George route. He won’t look out of place and hopefully he’ll come on again. “He’s still Authentic Colton Parayko Womens Jersey wandering around a bit [towards the finish] but with more racing hopefully the penny will drop. Ascot will give him a turn and a rail to run along.” Hawkbill’s win completed a 40-1 double for Doyle in the card’s two Group Two events, following an earlier success on the trainer Mark Johnston’s Cardsharp in the July Stakes. The winner raced down the centre of the track and stayed on well to beat US Navy Flag, from the Aidan O’Brien stable, by one and three-quarter lengths while Rajasinghe, the Coventry Stakes winner at Royal Ascot, made plenty of ground in the closing stages to finish third under a 3lb penalty. “He was showing so much speed that we decided to switch him from the Coventry to the [five-furlong] Norfolk [at Royal Ascot],” Johnston said, “and it now looks like that was the wrong move. He certainly wasn’t stopping at the end of that and he could easily go further.” Rajasinghe seems sure to step up to seven furlongs for his next start and should not be dismissed as a sub-standard Coventry winner on the basis of one defeat. “We’re disappointed he didn’t win but he’s put up a great battle to finish third,” Richard Spencer, the colt’s trainer, said. “He’s http://www.officialsstlouisblues.com/Ad … ron-Jersey going to get further and the ultimate aim is the mile in the [2,000] Guineas [on Newmarket’s Rowley Mile course] next year.” Raheen House is likely to head straight to the St Leger at Doncaster in early September after staying on past most of his field to take the opening Bahrain Trophy over a mile and five furlongs. Brian Meehan’s colt had the highest official rating in the race after running fourth in a Group Two at Royal Ascot, but Atty Persse, a handicap winner at the same meeting, was sent off favourite. He dropped away tamely from three out, however, as Raheen House held off Desert Skyline by a length. Advertisement “He’ll get the extra furlong [in the St Leger] for sure,” Meehan said, “and he deserves this because he’s done nothing but progress. It looks like strong form and I’d imagine we’ll head straight for Doncaster.” There was an unexpected moment of drama earlier in the afternoon when Sheikh Fahad al-Thani of Qatar, one of the sport’s leading owners, suffered “a minor head wound” when he was unseated from his mount Alamagest during the 348th running of the historic Newmarket Town Plate, a private event which he won as a jockey 12 months ago. Alamagest appeared to be coming with a strong challenge to the leaders when Sheikh Fahad became unbalanced and fell onto a running rail. He was taken to the racecourse medical room by ambulance for treatment and later said on Twitter: “What a shame. Saddled slipped. Thankfully I’m fine, just off to get stitches in a minor head wound.” Aidan O’Brien said on Thursday evening that Minding, the winner of seven Group Amos Youth Jersey One races during her career including last year’s 1,000 Guineas and Oaks, has been retired after failing to recover from an injury to a pastern. In addition to her two Classic victories in Britain, Minding also won last season’s Queen Elizabeth II Stakes on Champions Day at Ascot in October, and the Nassau Stakes at Goodwood in July

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ilverstone will host a legion of fans this weekend revelling in Lewis Hamilton’s skill behind the wheel, yet this master of the Formula One universe Adidas Roberto Luongo Authentic Jersey still harbours doubts as to how they really feel about him. Willing and wilful, his character is compelling and complex, so it may be little wonder he still feels the need to prove himself to the British public. Hamiltonwho trails Sebastian Vettel by 20 points in the championship, has three world titles and one more would make the 32-year?old the most successful British driver of all time. There has been glory and disappointment and through it all he has worn his heart on his sleeve but he still believes he is misunderstood by those who will flock to the unglamorous but much-loved former airfield. The fast show: F1 hits London before Silverstone – in pictures View gallery Last year, after taking his fourth win at the Northamptonshire track, the mutual admiration between driver and fans seemed to be at its apogee. He joined them to celebrate and in a moment of spontaneous joy launched himself into their hands to crowd surf. It was reminiscent of the fervour shown when Nigel Mansell won after chasing down Nelson Piquet in 1987. This was not even Hamilton’s greatest performance – that honour still goes to his first win at Silverstone in 2008, a masterclass in the wet. Yet nine years on Hamilton remains doubtful that his feelings for his home country are reciprocated. “Does my love for the UK feel that it is reflected in equal amounts?” he says. “I don’t know. I think the love that I get when I go to the British Grand Prix is immense. I’ve obviously had a lot of support in the UK. “Do people know how much I love the UK? Maybe not enough. But hopefully when I’m on the podium and I carry the flag, hopefully people will start to see my patriotism. It’s something I’m very proud of and maybe that’s just going to take time.” Do people know how much I love the UK? Maybe not enough. But hopefully on the podium people will see my patriotism Hamilton grew up in Stevenage but moved to Monaco and now calls a ranch in Colorado http://www.authenticfloridapanthers.com … ton-jersey home. He unashamedly lives a jet-set lifestyle, one most young men can only fantasise about, which just seems to antagonise his detractors. He acknowledges it plays a part when asked to consider why his patriotism is questioned. “I think it’s probably a reflection of a long time of a lot of shit that’s gone on,” he says. “I don’t know. Misinterpreted things that have been written. The way I live my life maybe? Maybe where I live.” Yet misinterpretation is understandable as he presents a persona that refuses to be reduced to one dimension. Two years ago, he explained why he felt he always had time for fans. In 1996, aged 11, Eddie Irvine had ignored his request for a picture. “I remembered from that moment that I never wanted to do that,” he said. Advertisement It was no idle promise. Hamilton is punctilious in making time for fans. Last season at Hungary he was caught by a family as he was climbing into his car. He got out, signed and posed for selfies until the clan was happy. Similarly in Belgium last year the pleasure he brought to a child when he not only stopped for a picture but knelt next to him was palpable. The media may get short shrift but connecting is important. “I just wish that when I go to those grands prix there was more time to see more of the Adidas Nathan MacKinnon Youth Jersey fans,” he says. “You see them at such a distance, it sucks. The crowd surfing thing was the greatest thing because it was the first time I really got to engage with the fans in a different way.” Then this week, the engagement disappeared and instead left only disappointment. Hamilton was the only driver who chose not to take part in Wednesday’s F1 demonstration held in London. He would have been the main attraction but chose to go on holiday for two days. It brought a thinly veiled criticism from the Formula One Group. “We invited teams and drivers to join us at F1 Live London and we had a fantastic response from all the teams and 19 of the drivers,” the sport’s new owner said, disappointed by the no-show. Hamilton does not like to be told what to do but choosing to be contradictory to make a point about who is in charge is best not achieved at the expense of the people with whom he would connect. Silverstone casts doubt over British Grand Prix by activating F1 break clause Read more Yet he is insistent of the import the British Grand Prix still has for him. “You absorb a little bit more strength and power from the energy of that crowd,” he says. “You give it everything you’ve got because you want to deliver for them and the roar when you cross the line, you can almost be sure the guy behind, they’ll hear that roar and that strength at the line.” He says it is the most important race of the year and is concerned at Silverstone’s decision to potentially drop the race after 2019. “It’s that important part of the British racing heritage and it’s the place where we really get http://www.authenticcoloradoavalanche.c … che-jersey to showcase it,” he says, while backing the idea of a race in the capital. “I hope in the future there is a London Grand Prix, that would be awesome.” It clearly does mean a lot. Pride in representing his country motivates him to match and potentially pass the records of Ayrton Senna and Michael Schumacher. “I’m proud I can be a part of putting a Brit up there,” he says. “For ages it’s been a Brazilian and a German, so I hope that at the end of my time us Brits can say there is a British driver up there.” Ultimately this incongruity is Hamilton writ large. He wants to connect, to be understood and accepted by those at the heart of all sport, the fans. He wants them behind him and being in central London on Wednesday would have gone a long way to making it happen, but sometimes it seems he still cannot quite identify just when actions speak louder than words

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Kyle Walker is about to become the world’s most expensive defender and the Frederik Andersen Authentic Jersey costliest English player of all time, after Tottenham Hotspur accepted a bid worth £53m from Manchester City. The package includes £3m of add-ons and takes Walker beyond David Luiz on the list of defenders and above Raheem Sterling in terms of players from England. David Luiz cost £50m when he moved from Chelsea to Paris Saint-Germain in 2014 and City paid £49m to Liverpool, including add-ons, for Sterling in 2015. Walker’s move had been expected, with Pep Guardiola having made the signing of full-backs a priority and making the England international his No1 target at right-back. City are also trying to sign the left-back Benjamin Mendy, who has been left out of Monaco’s squad for a pre-season tour of Switzerland. Daniel Levy’s iron fist controls Tottenham’s transfer balancing act Read more The negotiations over Walker have been protracted, with Daniel Levy, the Spurs chairman, feeling empowered to drive the hardest of bargains. Walker was the best right?back in England last season, according to the Professional Footballers’ Association, which named him in its team of the year, and, at 27, he is not only highly experienced in the Premier League but about to enter his prime. Levy wanted the basic figure of £50m and City were reluctant to go above £40m but, in the end, they paid up to break the deadlock. They had missed out http://www.authenticducksstore.com/jaco … c-425.html on Dani Alves, another right-back target, earlier in the week – the Brazilian has gone to PSG, having left Juventus as a free agent – and time is ticking down to their pre-season tour of the United States. Tottenham are also touring there and they will face City in Nashville on 29 July, raising the prospect of an early reunion for Walker with his former club. Walker travelled to Manchester on Thursday afternoon and will undertake his City medical on Friday. Transfer window 2017 – every deal in Europe's top five leagues Read more Mauricio Pochettino knows he needs to generate funds in order to increase the depth of his Tottenham squad and he came to consider the sale of Walker as the best way to do so. The manager has faith in Kieran Trippier, who has been Walker’s understudy, and it was significant that he preferred him to Walker towards the end of last season in the FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea and the league fixtures against Arsenal and Manchester United. City are in talks over the loan of the goalkeeper Joe Hart, with West Ham United confident they are close to an arrangement. City have also signed Bernardo Silva for £43.6m from Monaco and Ederson for £34.7m from Benfica. Tottenham have yet to make a summer signingThere is a ruthless streak about Garbi?e Muguruza that sets her apart when she is at her best. She showed it at the French Open last year when she defeated Serena Williams to win her first grand slam title and on Thursday she showed it again to reach the Wimbledon final for the second time in three years. Muguruza was as dominant as the 6-1, 6-1 score suggests and her opponent Magdalena Rybarikova, who had put out the new world No1, Karolina Pliskova, in the second round, had no chance. “I stepped on the court super-confident and everything went well,” Muguruza said, a perfect summation of a near-perfect match. With the 1994 champion Conchita Martínez in her camp this fortnight Muguruza Kevin Huber Womens Jersey has looked determined and focused. Rybarikova was understandably nervous in her first grand slam semi-final but, even if she had come out firing, she would have done well to cope with the barrage of hitting that was coming over the net. The power and the depth of the Spaniard’s returns kept pushing Rybarikova behind the baseline and the Slovak showed only fleeting glimpses of the variety that had taken her this far. Perhaps it was the quality of Rybarikova’s game in the previous rounds that prompted Muguruza to hit the heights. “I saw her play before and I saw she was playing very good, very talented,” she said. “I just went out there and expected myself to be ready as much as I could. Maybe the score did look easier than [it] actually [was] playing.” Venus Williams beats Johanna Konta: Wimbledon women's semi-finals – as they happened Venus Williams beat Johanna Konta 6-4, 6-2 to reach her first Wimbledon final since 2009, where she will face Garbine Muguruza Read more The pair had split their four previous matches but Rybarikova was banging her strings and kicking the grass in frustration as the 28-year-old was forced back behind the baseline by an unrelenting Muguruza. The 23?year?old sported heavy strapping on her left thigh but it did not seem to affect her as she ripped through the opening set in 30 minutes. Rybarikova had come from a set and a break down to beat Pliskova but there was to be no coming back this time. One beautiful lob from Rybarikova and another drop shot, lob volley combination had the crowd on their feet but they were isolated moments as Muguruza moved within one victory of a first Wimbledon title. Beaten by Serena Williams in the final two years ago, Muguruza got her revenge in the http://www.nflbengalsofficialshop.com/N … ersey.html final in Paris last summer. This time she will face the American’s sister, Venus, who beat Johanna Konta and who at 37 is the oldest women’s finalist here since Martina Navratilova in 1994. “Just for me it’s incredible to be here in another final,” Muguruza said. “It’s a grand slam. I lost two years ago, so I really look forward to this one to try to change that.” Rybarikova said there was little she could have done. “Garbi?e played an amazing match, I never saw her play that well,” she said. “I had no idea what to do. I didn’t play my best but all credit to her. It was a good run for me, for sure

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concept of the Lions is glowing in the aftermath of an exhilarating series, but Brett Favre Youth Jersey give it a few months and the usual questions will return. One of the trickier ones is, what is the Lions for? It was, after Norichika Aoki Authentic Jersey all, born in the amateur era, when men were men, and jobs were inconveniences from which to take a three-month break for some rugby in a far-off land. Times have changed, and so have Lions tours, those long, immersive adventures through another country, building slowly and deliciously towards a Test series, now compacted into a furious six-week fling of suffocating intensity. Lions 2017: Guardian writers present their awards for the New Zealand tour Read more For all the pressures on the Lions idea, though, one thing will forever ensure its place in the calendar, and that is money. New Zealand have filled their coffers with this tour, as South Africa will in 2021. Australia cannot wait till 2025 for the same reason. Hopefully, they’ll hang on until then. All of which is as it should be. In this professional era, where the economically powerful in Europe continue to squeeze the southern hemisphere with lucrative deals for their best players and ever more comprehensive and sophisticated “pathways” for their own, it seems only right they should give a little back in the shape of a Lions tour every 12 years. But what of the rest of the world? Rugby desperately needs to break out beyond its traditional bases of the Commonwealth and France. There will come a time, and quite soon, when the question is asked why Lions tours are always to the same three countries. There are a number of others now striving nobly to further rugby’s cause within their borders. What a fillip a visit from the Lions would be for them. Argentina http://www.footballpanthershop.com/Chri … rsey_Cheap is the rugby country furthest advanced. On their recent tour there, the England team http://www.officialmarinershop.com/Randy_Johnson_Jersey couldn’t move without being asked by the locals if they thought the Lions would ever pay Argentina a visit. In fact, they have, three times, but in those pre-war years when any collection of touring Brits risked being called the Lions. More recently, the 2005 Lions warmed up for their ill-fated tour of New Zealand with a 25-all draw with the Pumas in Cardiff. Now rumours abound that Argentina might be invited to play the Lions on their 2025 tour of Australia – but in Australia, which is much like asking a friend to someone else’s for a drink and kicking them out before the party starts. Argentinians are hopelessly in love with football, but they were born to play rugby, and it is to be hoped that in time they come to realise this. Their forwards are as hard as Georgians, and their backs as quick and deadly as the Japanese. Composure is what they’re lacking at the moment, hence their current run of 11 defeats in 13. After two top-four finishes in the past three World Cups, their loss of form is perplexing, but one suspects temporary. Lions did themselves proud against New Zealand – a draw was a fair result Nick Evans Nick Evans http://www.broncosfootballprosshop.com/ … rsey_Cheap Read more Not that it is a loss of form, exactly. They remain a fabulous side to watch, with a variety of ways to cause pain. Eddie Jones described the “speed of movements” in the first Test in San Juan last month as 10% faster than anything encountered in the Six Nations, and his assistant Paul Gustard confirmed this was not rhetoric but had been measured. Nevertheless, an exceptionally inexperienced England team managed to win the series 2-0. A Lions tour of Argentina isn’t going to be happening any time soon, and that’s probably just as well. That said, if this Lions squad had been touring South Africa or Australia this year, they would have won the series 3-0. Argentina are now used to taking a match off one of those a year. In 16 years’ time, which is the soonest a tour of Argentina could take place, who is to say they won’t have surpassed one or both of them in the world rankings? They would need more than just the one Super Rugby team by then, but even without that a tour of the Americas, taking in Canada and USA (what sort of level will they be at in 16 years?) before a Test series with Argentina, would surely appeal to any of the likely sorts in the market for travelling with the Lions. Because Argentina is a country to delight any rugby type, with its accent on red meat, wine, warm air and open shirts. Mountains, vast plains and fabulously brute-ish, concrete monstrosities for stadiums, which rock with passionate locals, lend a further twist of flavour. You might argue its suitability for the Lions now. Develop the depth of its rugby another degree, though, and the case becomes unanswerable. New Zealand, South Africa and Australia will fight hard for their 12-yearly windfall, but the amateur concept of the Lions must http://www.jetsofficialsonline.com/Bust … rsey_Cheap continue to evolve if it wants to survive in the professional era. Maintaining the same three destinations smacks too much of the old boy network. Argentina would breathe new life into the concept. They deserve to be given the chance

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will not be able to include any of England’s 2017 Lions for their match against Eddie Giacomin Jersey New Zealand at Twickenham on 4 November, ending hopes of making the match an unofficial decider after the Lions’ drawn series. The Barbarians face the All Blacks one week before the start of the autumn international series in Europe. England face Argentina the following week and their head coach, Eddie Jones, wants all his players in the two-week training camp that precedes the meeting with the Pumas. 广告 inRead invented by Teads The Barbarians will be coached by Robbie Deans, the New Zealander who was in charge of Australia for the 2013 series against the Lions. They customarily struggle to field current internationals in their November and May matches, but have been in contact with the four home unions and Premiership Rugby to try to make the side that faces the All Blacks more contemporary than historic. Lions did themselves proud against New Zealand – a draw was a fair result Nick Evans Nick Evans Read more “We are going to assemble an extremely strong squad for this game,” said a spokesman for the Barbarian club whose chairman, John Spencer, was the Lions’ tour manager in New Zealand. “We hope it will include players involved in the Lions series with the All Blacks and that they will get the chance to face New Zealand for a fourth time this year. We have reached an agreement with Premiership Rugby, who have been very supportive about player release. We will talk with the home unions about access to players.” England’s response was http://www.officialcelticsproshop.com/I … mas_Jersey swift and curt. “England players will be focusing on preparing for our matches ahead of the Old Mutual Wealth Series and will not be released for the Barbarians fixture,” a Rugby Football Union spokesman said. As the Six Nations champions supplied 10 players to last Saturday’s matchday 23 for the final Test in Auckland, the Barbarians will be light on Lions. Wales, who had five starters and two players on the bench, face New Zealand in Cardiff on 25 November, the third of four autumn Tests, and will be reluctant to overexpose players who will not long have returned to playing after missing the opening weeks of the season to recover from the Lions tour. Advertisement The Wales head coach, Warren Gatland, who led the Lions in New Zealand, agreed in principle after the draw at Eden Park that using the Barbarians as a means of extending the series “would be good, wouldn’t it,” but the logistical problems that beset the Lions this summer, most notably the lack of preparation time, come into play again. The RFU’s deal with Premiership Rugby gives the England head coach an extra week’s access to players before the start of an autumn series and the Six Nations, leaving clubs without their national squad members the week before the first international. Whether England would be able to subcontract the players would be a matter for negotiation, but Jones would be loth to release one, never mind 10, given the value he places on his time with his charges. England tried earlier this year to hijack the fixture as they were not due to play the All Blacks until the autumn of 2018, but New Zealand, who go on to play France, Scotland and Wales, agreed a deal with the Barbarians, who had been trying to arrange a fixture with Australia. The New Zealand Rugby Union will receive half the gate receipts, which could be worth £3m, double the amount they were offered by England. New Zealand kick off the defence of their Rugby Championship against Australia http://www.officialmagicstoreonline.com … eks_Jersey in Sydney on 19 August. The match will be refereed by France’s Jér?me Garcès, who sent off the centre Sonny Bill Williams in the first half of the second Test against the Lions in Wellington for a dangerous tackle. Five of the 12 matches in the tournament will be controlled by Frenchmen. The Ireland centre Garry Ringrose, who narrowly missed out on a place in the Lions squad, will be out of action until the new year after shoulder surgery

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The British & Irish Lions could opt not to pick players from England if the Premiership Amos Youth Jersey clubs refuse to give them more time to prepare for future tours. The Lions manager, John Spencer, is also unhappy about plans to shrink the itinerary from 10 to eight games and believes the squad need to be cut more slack if they are to remain competitive and relevant in the longer term. Lions and All Blacks draw thrilling final Test and series Read more The reluctance of the leading English clubs to tweak their end-of-season schedule every four years to ease the logistical pressure on the touring squad has been a recurring issue and Spencer can envisage a situation where the Lions might choose to travel without players who are not released earlier. “I would dread the day when it became divisive like that … but we have to sit down and talk about it pretty quickly,” he saidAll it needs is a few sensible heads to sit around a table. I am sure there are people in the Premiership who understand the Lions and who want it to succeed, just as they want their own countries to succeed. “The attitude of the clubs will be: ‘You take our players every four years and you bring them back broken and we want to stop the overlaps in the Six Nations.’ But the Lions is more special than that. It is much more valuable http://www.officialdallasstars.com/Adid … urg-Jersey and has a much higher place in world rugby. To let it fade away just for political reasons would be madness to me. “We have to sit down and have some serious conversations with provinces, clubs and unions. Surely once every four years we could be given an extra couple of weeks? That couple of weeks could be overseas but equally it could be at home where we are not jet-lagged and can train properly.” “We’ve talked about this for eight years. And it’s exactly the same problems cropping up every time. Now we need to get together and form a credible force to make a difference. “I have made my feelings clear during the last couple of weeks. No coach in any of our countries at any level would have accepted the schedule we had – playing the week after the domestic finals. It is just madness as far as player welfare is concerned. If you are also using those first few games to prepare for a Test it is not a proper preparation. We just cannot let that happen on a future Lions tour.” Advertisement Spencer is equally concerned that the Lions were not formally represented at World Rugby’s global calendar meeting in San Francisco in February: “We have been told World Rugby have had a meeting and that the Premiership were represented. What I want to know is, who was representing the Lions? “There can be a conflict of interest there because when those chief executives are dealing with the position of their own countries … that might well http://www.minnesotavikingsauthorizedst … rsey-elite take priority to the Lions. It’s my job to try to explain to thosedirectors that the Lions must take precedence.” The plan to reduce the length of future tours is just one of Spencer’s concerns: “There may have been decisions made already to shorten the tours, but there are obvious dangers in that. If we reduce to eight games you have to give every player a start in the first three matches to stake a claim for a Test place. But if you take those three matches out and then you take the three Tests out, that only leaves you two games. Two games to prepare 41 players for three Test matches against the best team in the world away from home? I wonder whether coaches would want to take on a tour that was virtually impossible to win. “You’re also looking into the future, wondering whether players would want to go knowing it was virtually impossible, too

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the axe hanging over the Melbourne Rebels and the Western Force, the ARU might be advised Fran Tarkenton Womens Jersey to follow South Africa’s example and relocate a Super Rugby team rather than cull it – and the obvious place is Japan. South Africa have confirmed the Cheetahs and the Kings will not play in the contracted 15-team Super Rugby competition next year, but those two teams won’t disappear and are instead likely to move to the Pro 12 competition in Europe, which includes teams from Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales. Short term thinking led to Super Rugby struggles of Force and Rebels Bret Harris Read more It makes sense for international sporting competitions to be based on longitude rather than latitude because teams are roughly in the same time zone, which has tremendous benefits, particularly for broadcasting. South Africa and Europe occupy close time zones, and so do Australia and Japan: Melbourne is just one hour ahead of Tokyo, which is an hour ahead of Perth. In Japan, the Top League – a professional competition – includes many Australian coaches and players and is of a reasonably high standard. Teams such as Panasonic Wild Knights and Suntory Sungoliath are owned by major Japanese http://www.minnesotavikingsauthorizedst … rsey-elite corporations, and this is where the real money lies in Japanese rugby. If the Force or the Rebels could form a commercial partnership with a Japanese company which did not already own a Top League team, it would be a financially viable operation at little or no cost to the ARU. You could ask the question why an Australian team would be invited to play in the Top League? Well, the Japanese Sunwolves compete in Super Rugby and if an Australian Super Rugby team is culled, they will most likely be placed in the Australian conference. On this basis alone it would be impolite for the Japanese to reject any Australian overtures, but there are potential mutual benefits. For a start, it would be far better for the ARU if the Rebels or the Force played in Japan than to lose a franchise altogether. Australian Super franchises are already exploring commercial opportunities in Japan. The NSW Waratahs, for example, are sponsored by Japanese air conditioner manufacturer Daikin. An Australian team playing in the Top League would strengthen the commercial relationship with Japanese rugby and create new sponsorship and broadcast opportunities for both countries, particularly heading into the 2019 World Cup in Japan. If an Australian Joe Barksdale Jersey team is culled, their Wallabies will be absorbed by the other four Super Rugby teams, but what about the rest of the players? They will be unemployed. To be sure, the best of those leftover players will probably pick up contracts in Europe or even Japan. Others could seek opportunities in Sydney, Brisbane or Canberra club rugby to remain noticed or even the ITM Cup in New Zealand. But what about junior players in Melbourne and Perth? If the Rebels or the Force no longer existed, what would the kids aspire to? Who would be their local heroes and role models? If the threatened pair played in the Top League, there would still be a professional pathway for elite juniors in Western Australia and Victoria. State of the union: can Australian rugby reclaim the glory days? Read more There is the possibility that an Australian Top League franchise could become a feeder team for the Super Rugby sides, although that would probably require some ARU involvement in the operation. It’s no secret that neither Melbourne nor Perth are rugby towns, but there is enormous potential to grow the game in those two large markets. If either are terminated, there is a real danger rugby will never recover in those locations and that would be one of the greatest lost opportunities in the game’s history in this country. It is ironic that the Rebels and the Force play their final games of the 2017 Super Rugby season against the Jaguares and Waratahs respectively on this Bastille Day weekend. If one of them is guillotined, there will be no coming back. But a chance for life after Super Rugby http://www.greenbaypackersauthorizedsto … rsey-elite exists in Japan and that opportunity should at least be explored before the blade falls

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Warren Gatland lost his red nose somewhere along the way on Saturday night, but he did have a couple of black bags under his eyes on Sunday morning. He said he was feeling fresh, but you would not have guessed it to look at him. It had been “a pretty quiet night,” he said, “quiet for me, anyway.” Sam Warburton the Lions’ brightest star in series that had everything Read more The players finished up at around 4am. Gatland did not let on how much sleep he had managed to get. Everyone has their own home remedy for a hangover, a cold shower, a hot breakfast, or some vitamin tablets and a couple of aspirin. Gatland did not need any of these. He was a happy man, proud with what he and his team had achieved – and that satisfaction was a better morning-after cure than any you can buy over the counter or whistle up in the kitchen. The Lions did not beat the All Blacks, but they came a hell of a lot closer to it than any other team that has been here over the past eight years. The New Zealanders seemed to see the draw as little better than a loss. Steve Hansen, in a telling slip of the tongue, even referred to it that way – “I don’t think goal-kicking is the only reason we lost the series” – but Gatland, on the other hand, reckoned it only a little less than a victory. “In terms of coming to New Zealand Amos Youth Jersey and playing the best team in the world in their own backyard it’s a pretty good achievement,” he said, with characteristic understatement. It was even better than that makes it sound, and he knows it. Gatland has taken a beating these past few weeks. From the Kiwi press, yes, but also from angry fans back home, English convinced that he has a Welsh bias, Irish who figured a similar thing, the Welsh themselves, certain that more of their own players should have been in the starting XV, and the Scots, furious that so few of their fine team had made the tour. Everyone has got an opinion on what the Lions coach is doing wrong. No wonder Graham Henry said it was the hardest job in world rugby. Excuse Gatland his self-satisfaction then, even if he was pushing it when he said: “I think if anyone else was doing it we might not have drawn the seriesWell, he was certainly uniquely qualified for the job. He is the only head coach around with a deep understanding of both these teams, their qualities and cultures. He knows from experience, for instance, how important it is for the Lions midweek team to believe they can play their way into the Test XV, something both Liam Williams and Elliot Daly did over the course of the tour. But more than that, it was Gatland’s understanding of New Zealand that really showed. Long before the tour Sir Ian McGeechan told the Lions board that “you can’t hope to beat the All Blacks unless you understand the people and their culture, their way of life and attitude to http://www.officialcapitalsauthentic.co … nen_Jersey rugby”. So, as the tour manager, John Spencer, explained on Sunday: “We set a Kiwi to catch a Kiwi.” Gatland’s Waikato roots are so deep that he has said that if you cut him, he would bleed the team colours of red, yellow and black. “If you have some understanding of the culture you’re going to it gives you a massive advantage,” he said. “In the past people have come to New Zealand and haven’t been quite prepared about culturally what you’re facing.” He mentioned the singing the squad had done. Which might sound a silly thing to bring up, until you see what the great old All Black Bryan Williams had to say about it last week. “I was there were in the meeting house at Waitangi that day, when the Lions sang what we call waiata. Four songs, one from each of the home unions, and everyone did it perfectly. Sometimes you see a group of guys doing that, and a few look bored, a few are uninterested, a few aren’t trying. I was watching them closely, because I’m a student of these things, and the Lions were impeccable. Every one of them. And that’s when I thought: ‘God, this team is going to be bloody hard to beat.’” They didn’t do http://www.officialblazershop.com/authe … ersey.html all that choir practice just because they like the sound of their own voices. Warren Gatland says his Kiwi instinct was a crucial factor in Lions series draw Read more For Gatland, the telling moment was the victory over the Maori All Blacks. “We heard afterwards that it was hard on the Maoris because they have only been together for 10 days and they hadn’t had much preparation time so we had to feel sorry for them.” He used remarks like these, he explained, to build up his players’ confidence. “There are strengths in New Zealand as a nation, in terms of the isolation and being so far away, and how that galvanises them to have a go at anything,” Gatland said. “But there can be cracks at times as well.” He saw more in Steve Hansen’s suggestion that “the sun would still come up tomorrow and it wouldn’t be the end of the world” if the All Blacks lost. “Those are comments that you don’t hear very often coming out of the New Zealand camp,” Gatland said. “You think: ‘we can build from that.’ We could create confidence and self-belief because we’d earned that respect from them.” Then there were the tactical changes Hansen made. Gatland argued that “the thing about the All Blacks is that they are the masters in the past of being the ones who never worry about an opposition” but he noticed this time that “they picked a team to combat some of our strengths and they don’t normally do those types of things”. When you are playing the All Blacks, Gatland said, the biggest challenge Amos Youth Jersey is “getting 15 players on the field believing they are good enough to win”. Now, it is his biggest achievement, too

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Those with slightly mixed emotions at the end of a drawn series should rewind to the beginning. Had the British & Irish Lions been offered this outcome in May, they would have bitten off your hand somewhere near the elbow. Finishing on level terms with the double world champions on the planet’s most hostile rugby terrain, with scant preparation time and a ridiculously tough schedule, will increasingly feel like a moral victory the longer they reflect on it. If, ultimately, they could not quite emulate the achievement of their 1971 predecessors, they will be remembered as a team who overcame considerable odds and earned respect from their hosts. Perhaps even more significantly, the image of rugby worldwide has also been enhanced. It might have been a little odd to see the respective captains, Sam Warburton and Kieran Read, with one hand apiece on the trophy but not even a million flying champagne corks could have bettered the wonderful sporting image of their teams happily posing for a shared photo afterwards. New Zealand 15-15 British & Irish Lions: third Test player ratings Read more Sport is not always about neat, tidy endings and, in a strange sort of way, the first drawn Lions series since 1955 underlines again how gloriously different the touring side are. Several players were even unsure when the final whistle sounded whether extra time awaited them; happily for their nearest and dearest there was none. For the whole shooting match to have come down to a sudden-death goal-kicking competition or a further 20 minutes of rugby at the end of such a demanding series would have been deeply unfair on the losers and felt unnecessarily contrived. It is impossible, nevertheless, not to wonder what would have unfolded had either side been behind by three points rather than locked together when the referee, Romain Poite, made the 78th-minute decision that could easily lead to a major revision of rugby’s labyrinthine law book. Ken Owens will certainly never forget the nightmarish moment when Amos Youth Jersey t seemed he might have cost the Lions the series, the hooker having instinctively made contact with the ball in an offside position after it bounced to him off his leaping Scarlets’ team-mate Liam Williams. Poite whistled for the penalty and, for all Beauden Barrett’s goal-kicking inconsistency, the cruellest of finales loomed. Until, that is, it was decided to review the footage for possible foul play moments earlier, giving the officials a timely excuse to make absolutely sure justice was being served. Laws 11.6 and 11.7 are slightly contradictory but, ultimately, Poite and friends decided Owens’s intervention had been accidental and awarded the All Blacks only a scrum. Would he have made the same call had it occurred in the opening minute? Possibly not. But ever since the controversial Scotland-Australia quarter-final at the 2015 World Cup, where a similar incident decided the game, rugby has been seeking to avoid matches being settled by referees rather than players. No one wants them to hinge on piffling technicalities, though New Zealand supporters might not see it that way on Sunday morning. Neither side will be entirely satisfied, either, with the number of handling errors and mistakes under pressure but the game’s shuddering physicality played no small part. The visitors defended outstandingly once more, with Maro Itoje, Warburton and Alun Wyn Jones putting in prodigious efforts. The first half alone was worth the admission money with play sweeping one way, then the otherOn another day the Lions could have been 10-0 down, with Barrett missing a straightforward penalty and Julian Savea letting slip a chance to score wide on the left. The Lions, however, had occasional joy at the breakdown and managed to ease the early pressure. Had they scored on the right when http://www.officialauthenticsaintsstore … ersey.html Owen Farrell, who had already had a couple of shaky moments, saw a potential scoring pass to Anthony Watson intercepted, the contest might have turned out very differently. Instead up the other end surged Beauden Barrett and Ngani Laumape and it was the All Blacks who ended up scoring the first points. The Lions have been wary all series of Beauden Barrett’s cross-field kicking but stopping it is a different matter. Like a tennis pro reaching back for an overhead smash, his highly talented younger brother Jordie clawed the ball back into play and Laumape collected the loose ball to mark his first Test start with a try. The older Barrett’s touchline conversion further compounded the Lions’ pain. It was to the Lions’ vast credit that they declined to buckle, two Farrell penalties rewarding the tireless work of his forwards. With less than four minutes left in the first half, however, a great offload from Laumape gave Anton Lienert-Brown the time and space to find the highly promising Jordie Barrett, the big full-back diving over unopposed for the kind of score he and his brothers dreamed about as kids on the family’s dairy farm in Taranaki. 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Joe Root said his England side must learn quickly from their series-levelling 340-run defeat by South Africa after a grim collapse on the fourth Al-Farouq Aminu Womens Jersey day in Nottingham that their head coach, Trevor Bayliss, watched in disbelief and described as a “shocker”. England now head to the third Test at The Oval next week with the series level at one apiece and questions swirling over their inconsistency – they have lost seven of their past 10 Tests and followed their last three victories with a defeat – and a fragile batting line-up that was bowled out for 133 in 44.2 overs chasing a fanciful 474 to win. England humbled as South Africa square series with 340-run win Read more This disintegration, as Vernon Philander’s skilful seam-up picked up three for 24, came after being bowled out for 205 in 51.5 overs first time round, meaning England lost 20 wickets in one ball fewer than South Africa’s first innings. After the close Bayliss was at a loss. “I watched in a bit of disbelief. It was a poor performance,” Bayliss told Sky Sports. “I wish I could explain it, as it has happened over the last few years – we put in one good game and win and then a poor game and lose well. We may have to have a chat but the boys are honest – they realise they have had a shocker.” Root, who is two Tests into his reign as captain, admitted the week in which their previous stronghold of Trent Bridge was ransacked had left him “feeling older” but said he felt in a position to address the long-term issues that continued on from under his predecessor, Alastair Cook. Changes for The Oval will be debated by Bayliss, Root and the selectors over http://www.officialblazershop.com/authe … ersey.html the coming days. Toby Roland-Jones and Jake Ball will surely push for Mark Wood’s spot in the attack, while England were waiting to learn whether the No3 Gary Ballance has broken his left index finger after a lifter from Morné Morkel that left him heading for a scan after play. When it was put to Root that England were not learning from the mistakes of the past 18 months, he replied: “That might have happened previously but we are in a position now where we have to make sure we look forward and keep looking to get better. The ways we’ve gone about it previously haven’t worked, so we have to look for something different.” On the struggle to bat time Root said: “A lot of sides do in world cricket, with the amount of white-ball cricket we play and the crossover. But that’s part and parcel of Test cricket, we need to be better at that. There’s no shying away from it. We need to make sure we learn quickly so, if we are in a similar situation at The Oval, for example, we play it slightly smarter.” South Africa transformed by Du Plessis’s bold and hard-nosed captaincy Read more Root has certainly learned about the pressures that follow a defeat, with two prominent former England captains criticising his side’s approach. Nasser Hussain described their attacking style as a “rubbish brand of cricket” while Michael Vaughan, Root’s longtime mentor, said after the first innings http://www.officialnikejetshop.com/darr … -c-45.html that “maybe it’s a lack of respect about what the game is”. When the latter’s analysis was shared with Root, he replied: “I think that’s very unfair – I can’t believe he’s actually said that, to be honest. We pride ourselves on winning series like this. Unfortunately, we’ve played poorly this week but the most important thing now is to respond well and make sure we put it right.” Root stressed the need for England’s batsmen to adapt to situations, accepting that they need to build the ability to absorb pressure into their games. On his own shortcomings, the 26-year-old conceded his use of the review system was poor following three squandered in the field and a failure to challenge a caught?behind off Hashim Amla in South Africa’s second innings. “It’s definitely Darron Lee Womens Jersey an area I want to get better at. I’ve always been terrible. You’re going to get it wrong on a few occasions but the most important thing is you use it for the howler and not when trying to burgle a wicket

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And we thought the South Africans had been given a thrashing at Lord’s when they were defeated by 211 runs. Here the margin of the tourists’ victory was 340 runs. It seems we have a tight, unpredictable series to savour marred only by the individual matches being massively one-sided so far. At least there remains some doubt about which side will prevail in the end but after the Trent Bridge Test the South African team are far more at ease with themselves and there is every reason to believe they can improve. No such certainty exists with the England side, although the assumption is they can hardly play any worse than this. Joe Root says England must learn fast from defeat Trevor Bayliss calls ‘shocker’ Read more If Lord’s had a dreamlike quality for Joe Root, with everything slotting effortlessly into place, this was a nightmare as England – with the exception of Root himself in the first innings – batted with an ineptitude beyond the expectations of their most pessimistic supporter. In Amos Youth Jersey this match on a challenging surface – but a perfectly good one for Test cricket – England amassed 338 runs in their two innings from 96.1 overs. South Africa, to the relief of the ground staff perhaps, batted longer than that in their first innings of 335 – by one ball. And then they were able to declare in their second after another 104 overs at the crease. England’s batting lineup was punctured as easily as party balloons landing on a bed of nails. On Monday it was all over by three o’clock, with England losing 10 wickets in less than 40 overs. Spectators loitered in the stands bewildered and betrayed. It was hard to argue that they had their money’s worth, although there was much to admire in the excellence of the South Africans in the field. But that was unlikely to be the reason the crowd turned up. Clearly the return of Faf du Plessis has made a huge difference to South Africa; he has been a significant source of runs and authority, but the expectation that the tourists would be badly handicapped by the absence of Kagiso Rabada in this match was never fulfilled. In fact, South Africa are now so much better placed in this series. At The Oval in on 27 July they will be stronger. Rabada will surely come into the side in place of Duanne Olivier, even though Olivier, after a forgettable game, perversely found himself on a hat-trick after dismissing Mark Wood and Jimmy Anderson with the last two balls of the match. Meanwhile, Chris Morris, omitted at Lord’s, will now be inked in the South African side without thinking. On Monday he bowled England’s captain with a superb away- swinging yorker, then he dispatched his predecessor, Alastair Cook, with a 90mph bouncer. Not bad for a second-stringer. With Morris at No8 and Vernon Philander embracing the idea that he is now http://www.authenticducksstore.com/juli … c-434.html an all-rounder, South Africa surely know their best team. It is fanciful to suggest that England are in the same position after this dire performance. South Africa transformed by Du Plessis’s bold and hard-nosed captaincy Read more The areas of concern are not surprising and were signposted before the match. The “peripherals” have struggled in this Test, none more than Keaton Jennings, who was the first to go on a sun-drenched morning. He pushed forward to a relatively straight ball from Philander and he was in the perfect position to defend the ball – just after it hit his stumps. Jennings stands tall and barely moves forward and in this instance the bat came down crookedly. His place will be a topic of conversation in the next selection meeting. Will the yearning to be fair outstrip any gut instinct that he does not look as if he will score runs at The Oval? Similar questions will be asked of Gary Ballance. The ball he received from Philander possessed more demons since it kept exceedingly low before hitting the pad. Ballance was given not out but in this match the decision of the on-field umpire has been overturned with disturbing frequency and so it was no surprise when he had to go. Philander’s opening http://www.officialblazershop.com/authe … ersey.html spell was superb and wonderfully simple. He bowls perpetually straight from very close to the stumps and allows no respite, even if he lacks the pace of his colleagues. Left-handed batsmen in particular – and England have three of those at the top of the order – have to live with the constant threat of being lbw. Later in the day, just as the wise men in the press area were advocating the benefits of batting 18 inches outside the crease, Ben Stokes was spotted doing just that, whereupon he was promptly caught and bowled. Morris’s wickets were even more important. If England were to hinder South Africa then the impediments were bound to be Root and Cook. There was no great disgrace in Root being bowled by that brilliant away-swinging yorker; Cook is usually at ease against the short ball but here he was startled by the pace of Morris’s bouncer and fended in a most uncharacteristic manner. South Africa thrash England by 340 runs to win second Test – as it happened England collapsed to a 340-run defeat well inside four days as their batting failed embarrassingly once again in the second Test at Trent Bridge Read more Thereafter there was an ugly procession. Jonny Bairstow and Moeen Ali were caught attempting to attack Keshav Maharaj, who somehow conjured 6-63 in this Test, and the tail was not minded to hang around. And 340 is a lot of runs to lose by; six defeats in eight matches is a lot of losses. 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has been a tag line England have adopted this World Cup but their semi-final against South Africa in Bristol will be a true test of their “go boldly” mantra. They David Wright Womens Jersey have been unwavering in their desire to play positively, even after an opening defeat by India. In winning the group stages that belief has been reinforced. The last time England were in a semi-final was last year’s World Twenty20. Against an Australia side there for the taking they crumbled chasing 133. Heather Knight leads a side she believes are better equipped technically and mentally. Live England beat South Africa by 68 runs: Women's Cricket World Cup – live! Over-by-over report: South Africa need a mighty 374 to win this group match in Bristol. Join Tim de Lisle for the latest Read more “A few people, I guess, did things they wouldn’t do on a cricket field, in terms of shot selection,” she said, looking back on the events of Delhi. “But that’s international cricket.” A key change, she believes, has been honesty: to accept that feeling pressure in such situations is normal and should be embraced. “I think a lot of the things we’ve done in the last 18 months have been because of that World T20 semi-final and about being better prepared. I think the girls are in that place. We’ve got a better skill level as well. I think that keeps the pressure off: when you trust your game and trust the players. We’re definitely in a better place.” So, too, are South Africa – undoubtedly the most improved side in the women’s game. Mark Robinson, whose first series as England head coach was against South Africa, has had a good view of that progression. England face a renowned pace attack supplemented by two wicket-taking leg-spinners in the captain, Dane van Niekerk (the tournament’s leading bowler with 15 wickets), and Suné Luus. He also highlighted their openers Lizelle Lee and Laura Woolvardt, who he singled http://www.officialmetsproshop.com/Dwight_Gooden_Jersey out for special praise. In a tournament of star turns it is the youngsters with attitude who have added an extra sparkle. Wolvaardt, who is 18, along with the 16-year-old New Zealand leg-spinner Amelia Kerr, have led that gang. “Laura’s been brilliant, hasn’t she?” said Robinson. “She made her debut against us [during an ODI series at the start of 2016] and looked a good player then.” It was in the second ODI of that series that Wolvaardt, then 16, scored her maiden half-century as South Africa chased down a target of 263. At the time England probably knew as much about Wolvaardt as Van Niekirk did. England’s women collapse as Australia secure World T20 final place Read more Cricket South Africa identified Wolvaardt as one to watch when she was 13: a player who stood tall and drove for fun. Prior to her international debut, she was invited to a training camp with the rest of the squad. When she walked into the nets, Van Niekirk had to do a double-take. “When you see a youngster walk in, you’re like, ‘Hmm, who is she? What is she http://www.officialmarinershop.com/Nelson_Cruz_Jersey bringing?’” Soon it became evident. This World Cup Wolvaardt has three half-centuries and an unbeaten 48, including an assured 67 against England in their group match. Van Niekerk adds: “She’s ridiculous, to be honest. She just popped up on the scene. We never saw her in domestic cricket. I’d never heard of her. When she was batting [during that camp], I turned to Hilton Moreeng [South Africa’s head coach] and said: ‘What a find! Where was she?’” That last bit is crucial. Success for South Africa is wide-reaching and the benefits, Van Niekerk knows, are many. There are more Wolvaardts out there. “Yes we want to win the World Cup but our ultimate goal is to set up women’s cricket for South Africans and for the girls in the generations to come. We want our country’s girls to play cricket.” Inspiration from this first semi-final could come from the big hitting. Of the 97 sixes in this World Cup, England and South Africa lead the way with 20 each. In their group match at this venue, which England won by 68 runs, they scored 678 between them – a record aggregate Norichika Aoki Youth Jersey in a women’s ODI. Knight expects a thriller along those lines and hopes the locals do, too. “I know it’s midweek but hopefully a few people will be taking sickies to come down and support us

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du Plessis has been the captain with the Midas touch since his return to the South African camp on the final morning of the chastening defeat at Lord’s last week, with their resurgent series-levelling performance in Nottingham covered in his gilded fingerprints. Perhaps it should come as no surprise that the leader who oversaw a 2-1 away series in Australia last year, and shrugged off an almighty ball-tampering row with a combative century in Adelaide, should have an impact on this series but the difference has been palpable, not least given Devin Funchess Jersey that their head coach, Russell Domingo, is back home following a bereavement. England humbled as South Africa square series with 340-run win Read more After dropped catches and no-balls blighted South Africa’s cause in London Du Plessis spoke immediately on his arrival from paternity leave about addressing the “non-negotiables”, with the result being that his team were clinical in their storming of Trent Bridge, taking every chance that came their way in the field and not once overstepping the line. Beyond such basics Du Plessis believed the main difference was restoring “character” to the team. But his impact in the 340-run win went beyond this, be it the bold decision to bat first under overcast skies, Quinton de Kock’s move up to No4, some prophetic field changes and the smart rotation of an attack missing the talents of Kagiso Rabada. “All I try and do is make sure the things I know that make a change in the team, I drill them very hard,” Du Plessis said, following his eighth win in 12 matches since taking over from his best friend, AB de Villiers, as South Africa’s Test captain last year. “The style of play we normally have is one with a lot of character, intensity and good body language. We played some good cricket [at Lord’s] but at times that went missing a bit. For me it puts pressure on the opposition and, when you are under pressure, it makes sure how you respond to those moments.” Good captains tend to have good bowlers, of course, and in Vernon Philander he possesses a new-ball master with laser precision and an ability http://www.panthersfootballprostore.com … -c-47.html to extract precocious seam movement; his wicket-to-wicket style, at a modest pace, has caused all sorts of problems for England’s left-hand dominated line-up. Short of a gallop at Lord’s following an ankle injury, the 32-year-old picked up five wickets – he now has 169 from his 45 Tests at an astonishing average of 22 – but Du Plessis was most impressed by his batting, having promoted him to No7 in a bold selection and been rewarded with 96 vital runs across the two innings. “He is becoming the new Jacques Kallis,” Du Plessis joked. “We left a batsman out to play two all-rounders and with that comes extra responsibility on his shoulders and he responded beautifully by getting crucial runs for us. The ball will always be the ball for him, he is a machine. If there’s something [in the pitch] he is probably the best in the world.” Joe Root says England must learn fast from defeat Trevor Bayliss calls ‘shocker’ Read more Another all-rounder who benefited from Du Plessis’s nous was Chris Morris, whose first three overs of the Test were taken for 20 runs after becoming Ryan Braun Youth Jersey obsessed with trying to harness swing and seam movement. A quiet word from the captain changed his approach to a focus on pace. In the first innings this led to the tail being mopped up with three quick strikes but in the second it took out England’s two best batsmen. Joe Root was cleaned up by an 87mph yorker and Alastair Cook undone by a 90mph bouncer – a fair achievement against a fine player of the short ball. Du Plessis said: “I thought [after his first three overs] it was important for him to clear his head completely. I could see he was spinning. So I said: ‘Just bowl as fast as you can and after that hopefully your action will come through.’ We know he is an X-factor bowler, so to see now that he has some consistency creeping in is huge for us.” The profligate Duanne Olivier will likely make way when Rabada returns from his ban. But Du Plessis still moved to bolster the outgoing seamer’s confidence via a sympathetic late spell that returned the final two wickets of England’s sorry collapse. With Keshav Maharaj out-bowling England’s two spinners – the beauty that castled Jonny Bairstow in the first innings was the pick of his six wickets – and Morné Morkel a constant threat through his natural bounce (just ask Gary Ballance, nursing a possible broken finger), the captain’s resources are certainly strong. However, on a tour when the limited?overs team, under the now departed De Villiers, crashed to one?day and Twenty20 series defeats at the hands http://www.authenticmilwaukeebrewers.co … ett-Jersey of England, as well as a group?stage exit in the Champions Trophy, Du Plessis will clearly be a central figure to South Africa’s chances of not leaving the country empty-handed

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Jimmy Anderson had little time to savour a seventh five-wicket haul at his happy Wil Myers Womens Jersey hunting ground of Trent Bridge, describing England’s chastening second day against South Africa as one they must learn from quickly if they are to become harder to beat. Solidity was Joe Root’s stated aim on assuming the captaincy in February. But two Tests into his tenure England have demonstrated their inconsistency once more, going from a romping four-day victory at Lord’s to a desperate situation in Nottingham, where South Africa will resume their second inningson Sunday 205 runs ahead for the loss of one wicket. England collapse as Faf du Plessis pulls strings for South Africa Read more Anderson, who completed figures of five for 72 on the second morning before seeing his rest time cut short as England were rolled for 205 in 51.5 overs, said: “I think we set ourselves such high standards with the ball and the bat and we didn’t do ourselves justice today. “Shot selection is something the batsmen work on all the time - playing the situation - and I don’t think we did that well enough today. It’s frustrating to be bowled out for such a low score. We have a fairly http://www.authenticsandiegopadres.com/ … rte-Jersey young side and are making improvements. We’ll try and learn from days like this. Not every day is going to be perfect. We’ll try and make sure it doesn’t happen again.” England’s record wicket-taker added the scalp of the opener Heino Kuhn to his haul in the evening and tried to remain upbeat despite his disappointment, adding: “We need a couple of people to stand up with the ball to make inroads and then we must bat out of our skin to chase whatever total we are set. “There’s plenty of time left in the game and that’s a positive for us. There’s plenty of character in this team. I know we can [fight back]. It’s just a case of dusting ourselves down and doing it.” Joe Root fights fire with fire but Gary Ballance burns latest England chance Read more It is no coincidence that South Africa’s resurgence this match has come following the return of their captain, Faf du Plessis. The 33-year-old missed the defeat at Lord’s for family reasons but marshalled his bowlers impeccably here, with Chris Morris, who helped snuff out the England tail with three wickets, explaining the impact. The right-armer could easily have been ignored by Du Plessis after his first three overs leaked 20 runs. But the captain returned to him either side of tea, with instructions to forget the swing-friendly conditions and simply bowl as fast and aggressively as possible. Morris said: “You can fall into a trap, when it is overcast and swings, of trying to put the ball there and so for me, those words from Faf really http://www.authenticbuffalosabres.com/a … seyworked. It just cleared any doubt. “It’s easy to say what makes him such a good captain: it’s just his character. He’s solid, clear on his plans and speaks a good language with the bowlers and any member of the team. He lives to play for the Proteas and leads by example

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Joe Root wanted his England side to be stretched and the South Africans duly obliged on a dreamy day at Trent Bridge. Here was Test cricket as we crave it with the game ebbing and flowing tantalisingly at the most soothing venue in the country outside of St John’s Wood. By the close South Africa were 309 for six. They might have made more if the partnership of 113 between Hashim Amla and Quinton de Kock that decorated the afternoon session had continued after tea. They might have been in dire straits at 235 for six but Vernon Philander, with stout assistance from Chris Morris, stayed firm and strong in the evening sunshine. For England Stuart Broad took three wickets on one of his favourite grounds and offered the greatest threat. The game is alive and alluring because no one is quite sure who is winning it. The toss was a futile exercise. Faf du Plessis chose to bat; Root, with the candour of a new captain, said that he would have bowled. There were some clouds above and a bit of grass below but in both cases not in great quantities. A good pitch has the captains in a bit of a quandary and, although a little short of pace, this seems to be what we Jhoulys Chacin Youth Jersey have at Trent Bridge. England v South Africa: second Test, day one – as it happened Hashim Amla, Quinton de Kock and Vernon Philander made fifties to help the tourists end an excellent, topsy-turvy day’s play with a slight advantage Read more Du Plessis recognised that his top order would have to battle to survive the first session and that is what they did despite the early departure of Dean Elgar. He fell to a fine diving catch by Liam Dawson at backward point off an inviting full-length delivery from Jimmy Anderson, which provided the old boy with his 300th Test wicket in England. Then the South Africans dug in. It would be quite an exaggeration to say that Heino Kuhn hit the ball to parts of Trent Bridge that other batsmen could not reach. In fact he loitered on the back foot most of the time from where he occasionally punched the ball through the gaps, heavy on grit, light on glamour. As ever Amla was more pleasing on the eye, yet there was an element of humility about his innings. In the morning there were no wristy indulgences; the plan was to blunt the new ball and Amla was prepared to do the hard yards. He moved forward diligently in defence, seemingly with more time at his disposal than Kuhn. Only when confronted with the bouncer did Amla look insecure but initially his flails avoided the fielders. However he connected properly with one Mark Wood short ball, which was hooked to the boundary to register his 8,000th run in Test cricket. In an abbreviated morning session South Africa fought their way to 56 for one. After http://www.authenticsandiegopadres.com/ … iel-Jersey the break Broad bowled Kuhn off the inside edge, which meant that South Africa’s two best batsmen were now at the crease. They had decided to promote De Kock up the orderSouth Africa’s wicketkeeper has never batted at four before in a Test match but it was decided midway through the game at Lord’s that he would have to take on more responsibility. Hiding away at No7 as a wonderful insurance policy was no longer a viable option. South Africa needed to be more proactive. Advertisement Obviously De Kock was prepared to step up, which is not always the case. Cricketers can be a superstitious lot, wary of change and the benefits of flexibility, but given the state of the series and the frailty of South Africa’s batting so far the promotion of De Kock made good sense. He very nearly delivered a masterpiece, purring through the afternoon session, scoring at almost a run a ball while giving the impression that he was in watchful, responsible mode. In fact both De Kock and Amla paid Anderson and Broad their dues; they were blunted but upon their removal from the attack the run rate accelerated. Both these batsmen can propel the ball to the boundary with silky flicks that do not require a follow through. It is just that De Kock does this more often. Dawson’s first three overs leaked 19 runs and an Amla straight six, which just struck the boundary rope (why waste any energy?) and there were sweet Adidas Nathan MacKinnon Authentic Jersey drives against Wood and Ben Stokes. In the afternoon South Africa added 123 for one without a hint of violence. But in the final session Broad imposed himself on proceedings though not quite so emphatically as in 2015 against Australia. His first delivery after the break found the outside edge of De Kock’s bat and Alastair Cook held the catch at slip after a little juggle. Then he dismissed Amla with an intentional bouncer; another hook went up in the air but this time it landed in the safe hands of Wood at long leg. Trent Bridge savours absorbing Test tussle between England and South Africa Read more Now Stokes made his first intervention with the ball in this series. So far the gulf between the old brigade of Broad and Anderson and England’s other pacemen has been all too obvious. Here Stokes, although profligate, at least rekindled his reputation for making something happen. His dismissal of Du Plessis required some assistance. The ball flew down the leg side and Jonny Bairstow, as he did at Lord’s, took off to his left and held an excellent catch. Umpire Paul Reiffel raised his finger; Du Plessis immediately asked for a review and then third umpire Sundaram Ravi detected a touch on the glove before the ball brushed Du Plessis’s backside. Presumably the South African captain only felt the second contact. Then Stokes dispatched Temba Bavuma, who was surprised by extra pace. 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By snubbing Daly Cherry-Evans in favour of Ben Hunt as Johnathan Thurston’s replacement Marcus Johansson Womens Jersey for the Origin decider, Queensland selectors have ignored both form and class. Cherry-Evans leads the NRL in try assists this season and has been the form half of the premiership over the last month but was ignored in favour of Brisbane half Hunt, who was dropped to Ipswich and only returned to the Broncos’ starting side in the 42-12 loss to the Storm last Friday. The Broncos are 3-6 this season with Hunt as a starter and 7-0 without him in the No7. A generational talent, Johnathan Thurston leaves representative arena having achieved it all Read more It is a massive decision that reignites speculation that Cherry-Evans has fallen out of favour with both Queensland team-mates and Maroons brass. He has played six Origin matches but been ignored since replacing an injured Cooper Cronk in the second game of the 2015 series. Coach Kevin Walters was quick to dismiss such talk as “hogwash” but on form alone, Cherry-Evans’ absence is an aberration. Hunt is one of two new faces for Queensland with Melbourne five-eighth Cameron Munster also named to debut. Munster is expected to start at five-eighth, giving Queensland an all-Melbourne spine, with Michael Morgan to shift from the bench to the centres. Hunt is likely to start off the bench. There will be significant backlash if Queensland go down in the decider and the best available player was left out. The Maroons have always thrived on an “us against the world” mentality but it is rare that they have so pointedly ignored one of their own. While Queensland http://www.officialcapitalsauthentic.co … nen_Jersey selectors have courted controversy with the left-field decision to bring in Hunt, their New South Wales counterparts took the opposite approach in sticking with the team that self-destructed in mind-boggling fashion at ANZ Stadium in Game II. It is the first time since 1996 that the Blues will play the same 17 for all three games of a series. Yet there is no certainty those players named will take the field next week with Laurie Daley and advisor Peter Sterling naming a slew of injured players that will not only need to pass a fitness test on Monday prior to heading to camp in Kingscliff but also prove that they are up to the rigours of an Origin decider. Captain Boyd Cordner, James Tedesco, Josh Dugan and Tyson Frizell all head into camp carrying injuries. There is little concern that Tedesco and Dugan will miss out but there are legitimate fears that Cordner and Frizell could either be ruled out or go in carrying an injury. Cordner has not played since the ANZ capitulation, where he picked up a calf injury, while http://www.officialblazershop.com/authe … ersey.html Frizell has not looked right since before that match and left the field early against the Titans last Friday, when his movement appeared to be severely impeded. Taking such an injured contingent into a match of such importance certainly carries risks, particularly in the preparation. Daley and Sterling also resisted any urge to drop players after such a disastrous second half in Game II where the occasion appeared to impact the Blues as they got away from their game plan and allowed the Maroons back into the match and the series. Andrew Fifita criticises Brisbane pub over 'racist' social media post Read more Mitchell Pearce bore the brunt of criticism for abandoning what worked but having been anointed as the leader of the team and with no challengers breathing down his neck, his position was never in danger. Jarryd Hayne and Blake Ferguson though can probably both consider themselves lucky after poor displays at ANZ. Hayne’s selfish decision to dummy rather than pass to an unmarked Brett Morris was certainly the turning point in the game, and he made some ordinary plays late in the match. Ferguson’s poor defensive read allowed the Maroons their first try. With Tom Trbojevic – who would have almost certainly been named in Game I but Authentic Allen Crabbe Womens Jersey for injury – in such quality form, there would have been few qualms raised had he got the nod over either Hayne or Ferguson. Yet Daley has, once again, prized loyalty above all else

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For Leeds, if there is to be a trophy at the end of Danny McGuire’s farewell Authentic Nathan Gerbe Womens Jersey tour in a Rhinos shirt, these are the moments which could get them a long way towards sending their captain off into the sunset with something to savour. Leeds have fluctuated between the sublime and precariously out-of-sorts this season, yet following this narrow victory they are already guaranteed a top-two spot heading into the Super 8s. This was a performance certainly ranking in the latter of those categories. Ben Currie try boosts Warrington’s top-eight finish hopes in win over Wigan Read more “It was dogged,” said the Leeds coach, Brian McDermott. “It wasn’t pretty but it doesn’t have to be sometimes.” Leeds did not take the lead until Jack Walker’s try just before the hour. But in a game littered with errors it proved enough for the Rhinos to avoid losing further ground on the runaway leaders, Castleford. Hull have not won at Headingley since 2007 and, while they will rue this as an undoubted missed opportunity to end that run, a third defeat in a row is also unwelcome preparation for the next meeting between these sides, a semi-final in the Challenge Cup in a fortnight. “We’ll have to strip everything back moving forward,” Radford said afterwards. Hull led 7-0 at the break thanks to a Scott Taylor try but errors and poor attacking play saw them unable to add to that after the interval. For Leeds the story was almost the complete opposite. In the first half they were markedly out of sorts following injuries to Stevie Ward and Keith Galloway, the latter of which is season-ending. “It’s devastating,” McDermott said of the prop’s injury, his second snapped Achilles in 12 months. Those injuries stunted Leeds’ flow in the opening 40 minutes, though Hull’s defensive efforts were superb. To their credit, they did not dip too much http://www.officialauthenticsaintsstore … ersey.html after half-time either, but tries from Ryan Hall and Walker proved just about enough although not before a hair-raising few seconds until a Mahe Fonua try for Hull was chalked off by the referee in the final moments.Leeds’ victory kept them eight points behind Castleford, who further strengthened their position at the top of Super League with a 38-14 victory against fellow top-four side Salford. Five wins from Castleford’s final eight games would now secure a first-ever League Leader’s Shield after their latest victory. Advertisement Wakefield moved into fourth with just one game of the regular season remaining, as Hull’s loss opened the door for them to take the final play-off place courtesy of a 36-8 win at Widnes, who are already consigned to the Qualifiers. Leigh also know they will be playing in the Qualifiers this summer - but that is not the case for Huddersfield, whose 26-4 win over the Centurions confirmed their place in the top eight: while also confirming Warrington, last season’s league leaders, to the bottom four despite their win over Wigan on ThursdayBen Currie marked his return after Mike Nugent Authentic Jersey a long injury nightmare with the winning try as Warrington kept alive their faint hopes of a top-eight finish and spoiled Sean O’Loughlin’s 400th Wigan appearance. Last season’s Grand Finalists knew anything other than victory here would consign them to this summer’s Qualifiers, where they would face the Championship’s best sides in a battle to avoid relegation to the second tier. And while this victory may prove only temporary respite – a win for Huddersfield on Friday night would confirm their bottom-four place – this was a welcome victory for Tony Smith’s side. “He [Currie] was terrific, whether he scored or not,” Smith said of the forward, who had suffered a serious knee injury playing against Wigan last September. For Wigan, a night supposed to be a celebration for their talismanic captain ended in frustration. Back-to-back victories had ended their worst winless run since 1903 but this was a worrying regression for the Super League champions, who could end the weekend six points adrift of the top four with eight games left. “I’m really disappointed and the players all know that,” said the Wigan coach, Shaun Wane. “It was a massive game but I didn’t see the desperation in them.” Wigan had taken the lead after little over a minute. Warrington made a mess of the kick-off and, from it, Oliver Gildart touched down a pinpoint Thomas Leuluai kick. At that stage it looked as if it would be a comfortable night for Wigan but tries from Benjamin Jullien and Ryan Atkins either side of John Bateman’s for Wigan kept Warrington in touch at http://www.authenticducksstore.com/juli … c-434.html half-time with the home side leading 10-8. There were only eight points in the second half and all of them went to the visitors. Currie’s crucial try put the Wolves ahead for the first time before Stefan Ratchford kicked two late penalties

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points clear at the top of Super League with nine games to go, unless they are struck down Authentic David Wright Womens Jersey in a manner that would cause Devon Loch to raise an eyebrow, Castleford Tigers are sure to be hosting a semi-final down Wheldon Road one late September night. Then they will be just one more win from a first Grand Final appearance and two from their first championship title in their 91-year history. Few of their squad know what that feels like, but inspirational half-back Luke Gale is chomping at the bit to taste the glory. “We’ve not been there, we’ve not worn the T-shirt, but I’m looking forward to doing that and leading this team to some silverware,” said the England scrum-half. “We don’t have many players who have been there and done it. I’ve not been in big games myself, but I know I’ll back myself when it comes to the end of the season, and these boys will back themselves, too. When it comes to big games we know what we’ve got to do. We’re footy players: it doesn’t matter if you’ve won 10 Grand Finals or you’ve won zero, we will know what to do when it comes to the end of it.” While full-back Zak Hardaker won three Grand Final with Leeds, Gale admits that a lot of the big-game experience will be handed down from coaching team Daryl Powell and Ryan Sheridan, both former Great Britain half-backs who have been involved in numerous Challenge Cup finals and Grand Finals, as well as captain Michael Shenton, who was usually still involved come October when at St Helens. For months they were the guaranteed entertainers but the Tigers have now shown they can also win the hard way, lifting themselves off the canvas last Thursday to turn a 16-0 half-time deficit at play-off chasing Wakefield into a dramatic 25-24 derby triumph, Gale drop-kicking the winning goal with 99 seconds on the clock. It was the sort of response expected of Leeds, Saints or Wigan in their prime, and it why Cas have gone from exciting underdogs to awesome top dogs this year, a position the effervescent Gale is relishing. Zak Hardaker: 'I am a better player than when I won Man of Steel' Read more “The coach had a fair few words with us at half-time – I’ve not seen him like that before this season – and, after he’d given us a good talking to, we spoke about how good sides, championship sides, come back from this. They’re the wins you remember, the tight ones. We’re under no illusions http://www.officialmetsproshop.com/Dwight_Gooden_Jersey we have to be better but as long as we can keep learning from tight games we will be in good stead. “When you’re sat top of the league they’re going to come after you and Wakefield did that for the full 80. Wakefield were outstanding and were probably the better team. We speak about it quite often: teams’ motivation against you when you’re on a run, 10 games unbeaten, like we are, and how our motivation needs to go that bit higher. It’s easy to take your foot off the pedal when you’re coasting and keep winning games.” That win put Cas a whopping 12 points clear of Wakefield in fifth. But in between now and the semi-finals, the Tigers face all their challengers for the title at least once, starting next Friday at home to third-placed Salford before the Super 8s, what Gale called going “into the serious business.” Salford are the third surprise package of the season, neck and neck with Leeds – who beat them on Sunday – and Hull, who lost at St Helens on Friday but remain in the final play-off spot. Hull are only a point clear of Wakefield in fifth and still three ahead of Saints and the ominously resurgent Wigan. So is this season pivotal, the year when Super League achieved parity at last, the salary cap finally levelling the field? “It could be,” said Gale, the former Leeds, London and Bradford playmaker, in the prime of his career at 29. “The so-called big teams – Wigan, Leeds – will come firing when it’s the business end. But we’ve been Nelson Cruz Authentic Jersey building a good team here for four years now, since I’ve been here – in fact, since the year before I came. Powelly’s done a great job. It’s strange that the big teams aren’t there but it’s probably good for rugby league. It proves you can’t rest on your laurels, you’ve got to keep working hard and keep it fresh. “We’re not massive names and not superstars. We’ve not got the massive Aussie signings or whatever. We’re just hard-working lads and that’s what gets us where we are. We’re happy to be the new kids on the block and happy to be out in front. They’ve got to come and chase us now. We are serious contendersA couple of minutes after the final whistle on Thursday night, with their team-mates and fans celebrating or despairing, a group of players from both sides embraced and descended into a circle to pray. With so many Pacific Islanders among them, Wakefield and Castleford have a strong Christian contingent, which pays its dues to the Almighty even after such an extraordinarily tight game. Wakefield’s management team make no secret of the fact they are basing their development plans on what Cas have achieved over the past four years and it is reflected in the two squads. Each has a sprinkling of antipodeans, nearly all low-profile signings in their mid to late 20s, with some NRL experience but relatively low market value when http://www.officialmarinershop.com/Nori … oki_Jersey they arrived in Europe. Cas centre Jake Webster – that rare Victorian (as in he’s from Melbourne, despite being capped by the Kiwis) is playing as well as ever at 33, while New Zealander second row Jesse Sene-Lefao has gone from Newtown Jet to Super League star in a few months. For Trinity, Tonga prop David Fifita looks like he is enjoying the local cuisine but is devastating close to the line and Cook Islander Tinirau Arona is a granite hammer. As we have seen with Denny Solomona, underpaid talent can soon be exploited by other clubs and codes. No wonder both Cas and Trinity are trying to have their imports under contract for next season ASAP

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Two years after losing in the final here to Serena Williams, Garbi?e Muguruza broke through for her first Wimbledon title with an ultimately commanding and one-sided win over her sister Venus. It was a strange contest – the first women’s final under the roof – which was rich with fight and vim in a long first set, although beset by a mixture of grinding rallies and elementary errors from both finalists, and virtual surrender in the second as the Spaniard drove on to win 7-5, 6-0 in an hour and 17 minutes. If the 37-year-old Williams had been struck by the debilitating Sjogren’s syndrome Matt Holliday Authentic Jersey that first hit her six years ago, she had every excuse, because she had put up stout resistance in the first frame. It has been a tough time for her, all round. Twelve days after she broke down in tears when confronted by questions about a fatal car accident that still hang over her, Williams could not find consolation in victory. Her collapse was dramatic, although she took defeat stoically, knowing she had been beaten out of sight by a young opponent who found all her weapons working perfectly at just the time when the energy vanished from the American’s tennis. Williams smiled broadly as she congratulated the winner courtside. “Well done today. Beautiful,” she said. “There have been a lot of beautiful moments the past couple of weeks.” She said she missed her sister, who is expecting her first child, but promised to be back. Garbi?e Muguruza ‘so excited’ to beat a role model to win Wimbledon Read more However, the sunny face she put to the Centre Court audience and the BBC’s Sue Barker was markedly at odds with her subsequent, weird performance in front of the print media, when she rambled and obfuscated as if playing a private game. Asked if she felt tired, she said: “Yeah, I think she played amazing. She played amazing.” Courtside, Muguruza had said: “She’s such an incredible player. I grew up watching her play so it’s incredible to play the final [against her] here. Of course I’m nervous. I’ve always dreamed to be here. The first set was very tough. We both had a lot of chances. Serena told me two http://www.officialcardinalsbaseball.co … ersey.html years ago that one day I was going to win. So here I am.” Looking down from the stands was her coach, Conchita Martínez, who took part in the last Spanish-American final, beating Martina Navratilova in 1994. History is never far from any racket in tennis. Just half an hour into the final, the match looked as if it would be one of the longer ones – which the game badly needs. There have been some terrific contests the past fortnight – Johanna Konta’s matches against Donna Vekic and Simona Halep and Muguruza’s three-setter against Angelique Kerber in the fourth round. Advertisement But there was an unspoken concern that the final might be a disappointment, an anticlimax because of the overload of emotion attached to it. Venus had been in a curiously downbeat mood after beating Konta in the semi-finals and Muguruza was edgy in her post-match dealings with the media. On the court, they did not disappoint. As her serve came under the most extreme pressure in the 10th game of the first set, the Spaniard first outlasted Williams in a 19-shot rally, saved a second set point with her giant serve and held when her opponent struck a forehand long. The match had already been going 41 minutes. The crowd wanted more. It was Williams’s turn to suffer in the next game. She saved one break point for deuce but overcooked a cross?court drive and Muguruza sensed an almost indiscernible weakening in the American as she stepped up to serve. There was just one point between them – and then a whole set. Muguruza produced the shot of the match, a perfectly judged lob that outfoxed Williams http://www.panthersfootballprostore.com … -c-40.html and gave her two set points. Williams found the ad corner to save the first but the net with a backhand to lose the second. If age had wearied her limbs it had not invaded her spirit and, knowing she would have to win two sets in a row to lift the title, she settled down to the chore, but the mistakes mounted, worryingly. When she double-faulted after a successful Spanish challenge of a called ace on a first effort, the break gave Muguruza a noticeable lift at the start of the second setShe had lost her serve only four times to get here. But, even though the rallies remained long, the bruises mounted quickly. If she was going to stay in the fight, she needed a quick hurtful counter to stop her lively opponent’s momentum. Muguruza still had to play flat out to hold for two-love but the power suddenly drained from the Williams serve, down to 80 miles an hour, allowing the Spaniard to dictate the points. There were no cheap points on offer and even when the ball did sit up for her, Williams could not put it away, butchering a forehand volley at the net that handed Muguruza another break. The first set had lasted 51 minutes; five or so minutes into the second, the contest was dissolving with bewildering speed. Garbi?e Muguruza banishes nerves to write her name in Wimbledon gold Read more A 104mph serve hurtled past Williams’s limp racket and she was hitting big off the ground in nearly every exchange, long or short. A four-love lead looked like an impossible mountain now. The times when Williams was not heaving the ball over the net, it quite often Ed Dickson Authentic Jersey went long or wide, and Muguruza had only to hold her concentration to cruise to the line. The crowd rose to encourage Williams at 0-40 in the fifth game, but Muguruza advanced on a weak second shot to tap home the winner into the empty deuce corner for another break. Her hand might have trembled a little as she served for the championship as Williams scrapped for a couple of consolation points, before the most disappointing of conclusions: a challenge to the last Williams forehand that found the ball a good inch beyond the baseline

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Cilic played probably the match of his life when he beat Roger Federer in straight sets in the semi-finals of the US Open three years ago, on his way to lifting his only slam title to date, a performance he hopes to emulate in his first Wimbledon final on Sunday. The 28-year-old Croat is enjoying an excellent summer on grass and has the game to win a second slam, of that there is little doubt, but he is playing someone who is in his 29th grand slam final, his 11th at the All England Club, where he has already prevailed seven times. That Flushing Meadows triumph was Cilic’s sole win over the Swiss in seven attempts and Federer has it hard-wired into a tennis memory that stretches back seven years further than his opponent’s debut, in February 2004. Two weeks before Cilic beat one Ivaylo Traykov in a Futures tournament in Zagreb that day, Federer was winning the second of his 18 slam titles, getting the better of the mercurial Marat Safin in MelbourneFederer’s CV is the stuff of books and movies, and no doubt his life will one day be commemorated on screen, like the exploits of John McEnroe and Bjorn Borg, without the swearing. For now, he is living in the real world and he recognises that, at 35, he needs to husband his resources to stand the grind of the Tour. It is the prospect of glory that drives him, as well as his love of the sport, and, since returning from a six-month break, that love affair has blossomed. Nowhere is he adored more than on the Centre Court of Wimbledon. There were moments in his sometimes difficult semi-final against Tomas Berdych on Friday when his followers were torn between wanting him to secure the win and Cody Eakin Womens Jersey seeing him extend the entertainment. However, Federer respected Berdych’s game and needed no reminding that he had lost to him here in the quarter-finals, when the Czech went on to reach the final against Rafael Nadal. Even though this was an older, less zestful Berdych, he still made life difficult for Federer in the two hours and 18 minutes it lasted. Federer considered it the toughest of his six wins on the way to the decider. And he has similar regard for Cilic’s big game. He brings 130 tournament aces into the final, just nine fewer than Sam Querrey, the American he put 25 past in the first-semi-final. If his right arm holds up, he will be extremely dangerous with ball in hand. Roger Federer refined but ruthless as he glides towards eighth Wimbledon crown Read more Asked to compare the threat of Cilic to those of some of the more decorated rivals he usually encounters at the end of a slam, Federer said this was a challenge with less familiarity, although he knows well enough where the bullets will come from. “I’m going to try to play within myself,” he said. “I have to play offensive myself. If you give Marin now-time on the ball, he can finish points nicely. The court is still playing quite fast. It helps on my serve but it also helps him. I’m sure it’s going to be close.” Which brings us back to his role as entertainer and bringer of dreams. The stadium http://www.officialdallasstars.com/Adid … urg-Jersey will be his, no question, and again they will want a consummate performance from him, as well as the win. This has always been his minor burden and he bears it well. It suits Federer to play with the sort of freedom that has become his trademark and has set him apart from every rival, young or old. Nobody in the history of the game can have played tennis so beautifully as Federer, or ever will. He has an ease of movement that cannot be learned or copied. His limbs respond to his urges as Fred Astaire’s did, with every muscle and sinew in smooth agreement. He has the subconscious gift that the poet William Blake described as holding “eternity in an hour”. Time stands still for Federer and it will be Cilic’s job to intrude on his afternoon with some rude power. Advertisement Once a nervous performer on the big stage, Cilic has shown gathering signs of becoming more comfortable when his credentials are examined. He won Queen’s stylishly before Wimbledon and he has had an impressive run to the final. He knows, too, that victory will push him into the top five for the first time in his career, at the expense of Amos Youth Jersey Federer, and earn him £2,200,000 in this 50th Wimbledon of the Open era – not that he needs extra incentive. It has hurt his body a little more getting here – 14 hours and 28 minutes on court, compared with Federer’s nine hours and 56 minutes – but the only really troublesome match he had was against the 34-year-old surprise package, Gilles Muller, who stretched him to five sets in the quarter-finals. Even there, he finished quickly, though, allowing the Luxembourg left-hander just a single game in the final set. The Recap: sign up for the best of the Guardian's sport coverage Read more Federer could hardly have asked for an easier start, when Alexandr Dolgopolov retired after 43 minutes with an ankle injury that plainly had troubled him even before he set foot on court. He said on Friday his second match, a three-set win over Dusan Lajovic, caused him nearly as many problems as Berdych did in the semi-final. He dealt with all of them, of course, without dropping a set. This is the third time he has advanced to the final without losing a set, a fact he did not know, surprisingly. But he knows what matters. And what matters to him on Sunday is winning his eighth http://www.officialsstlouisblues.com/Ad … ron-Jersey Wimbledon singles title. It probably lifts him as much as going for his first, when he beat the tall Australian Mark Philippoussis in 2003. Cilic, at 6ft 6in, is another serving giant to cope with 14 years later. If he does so in his 102nd match at Wimbledon – and he can – he will be as happy as the bright-faced young man way back then

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Williams’ preposterous longevity in a sport notorious for burnout cases is impressive enough, not even accounting for the incurable autoimmune disease that has compromised her tennis for most of the past decade. The 37-year-old American’s road to the Wimbledon final included three straight victories against opponents born in 1997, the year Williams made her Wimbledon debut. But she came up short against the imperious Garbi?e Muguruza, a star-in-waiting who did what young lions do to older champions. Yet Williams’ runner-up finish is the type of accomplishment that will strain the credulity among future generations. The oldest player in the top 300 – the third-oldest in the top 1,000 – came within one win of becoming Mathieu Perreault Authentic Jersey the oldest Wimbledon ladies’ singles champion since 1908. This was a big deal. It would be a compelling enough yarn for the tennis alone but it has never been just about tennis with the Williams sisters, who burst from the playgrounds of Compton two decades ago as braided teenage iconoclasts and the ultimate outsiders: a pair of black female Jehovah’s Witnesses from the sport’s outer rim who came to dominate a space predominantly owned, played and watched by rich white people. She was quickly eclipsed by the more outspoken Serena, who shocked the world by winning the family’s first grand slam at the 1999 US Open – nine months before Venus broke her duck at the All England Club. Garbi?e Muguruza crowned Wimbledon champion after beating Venus Williams Read more Together the sisters fought their way on to the stage amid derision and criticism from all corners, leveraging the twin burdens of racism and sexism with uncommon grace. But it was Venus who was first through the fire, endowing her with an ability to block out distractions that has often felt superhuman. Never more was this placidity put to the test than over the past fortnight, as Williams has negotiated her way through her 20th and most difficult Wimbledon in the wake of unspeakable tragedy. Days before her arrival, Palm Beach Gardens police alleged that Williams ran a red light in her Toyota Sequoia SUV at around 1pm on 9 June, injuring 79-year-old Jerome Barson, who died 13 days later. Barson was riding in http://www.officialwinnipegjets.com/Adi … son-Jersey the passenger seat when the Hyundai Accent driven by his wife, Linda, crashed into the side of Williams’s vehicle. The initial police statement – issued, notably, before the investigation had been completed – said Williams was at fault in the crash as a result of “violating the right of way” of the other vehicle. Cue the screaming headlines and 140-character outrage that served as the backdrop of Williams’ first-round victory, prompting her to break down in tears during the post-match press conference when pressed on the details. Advertisement Then last Friday, police quietly released a statement saying Williams drove lawfully in the intersection. Whether the amendment was prompted by video of the incident released by the website TMZ is unclear and the case remains open. “You can’t prepare for everything,” Williams said last week. “I have no idea what tomorrow will bring. That’s all I can say about it. That’s what I’ve learned.” And so Venus has done what she does best: persist. Winter is the most compelling season of an elite athlete’s narrative, when the hero must compensate for the erosion of physical gifts with wits and imagination. Think of Muhammad Ali, no longer able to pirouette from harm’s way, baiting http://www.atlantafalconsauthorizedstor … rsey-elite George Foreman from the ropes in Zaire with a confounding economy of movement; or of Michael Jordan’s trained evolution into one of the NBA’s finest post players in his 30s when the explosive vertical game of his 20s was no longer at his command. The third act of Venus’s career, too often dwarfed by her sister’s incandescent late period, has been nearly as remarkable. Her ascent represented a leap-forward moment for the women’s tour, but Williams has customised her game: shortening points with maddening efficiency and making fewer unforced errors than ever. She was playing in her 75th major – the most in the Open era – and will find herself back in the top 10 on Monday alongside players nearly half her age. That her resurgence has come nearly a decade after she was diagnosed with Sjogren’s syndrome, an incurable autoimmune disease with unpredictable symptoms that cast major doubt on her tennis future, is all the more stunning. It takes even hardcore tennis observers by surprise to realise Venus, given her outsize standing in the sport and first-name familiarity in culture at large, has spent a scant 11 weeks at No1 – fewer than all but one of the 22 women who have reached the top spot (Karolina Pliskova is set to join their number on Monday). Yes, she has won seven major titles and made herself known in even more influential ways, most notably her capital role in the fight for equal prize money. But she is perhaps best known as the catalyst that helped the younger sister lift her game to previously unimaginable heights. Seven of Venus’s nine losses in grand slam finals have come against Serena – most recently in January’s Australian Open final. What Venus might have accomplished if not for her sororal barrier remains one of the most tantalising what-ifs in sports. Now she will turn to the hard-court season and, ultimately, the US Open, where she made her first slam final 20 years ago. And after the season she has put together so far, who would doubt her? “I’ve been in a position Hugh Thornton Authentic Jersey a lot of times this year to contend for big titles,” she said. “That’s the kind of position I want to keep putting myself in. It’s just about getting over the line. I believe I can do that

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