The Brumbies are the only side left flying the Australian flag In Super Rugby and coach Dan McKellar says the team will be playing for national pride in the quarterfinals. On a freezing Saturday night in Canberra, the Brumbies rallied from 0-7 down to beat the Queensland Reds 40-27 for their sixth straight win. It […]
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Lionel Messi said his team was feeling bitter after Argentina lost their opening Copa America match 2-0 to Colombia despite dominating the second half. Goals from Roger Martinez and Duvan Zapata in the final 20 minutes gave Colombia their first tournament victory over Argentina in 20 years as Messi’s hopes of finally landing a major […]
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Chris Froome said Saturday “he is lucky to be here” after suffering multiple fractures in a high-speed crash that ruled him out of the Tour de France. Froome, 34, was airlifted to hospital in Saint-Etienne for emergency surgery after slamming into a wall at high speed during practice on Wednesday ahead of the fourth stage […]
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Canada’s Brooke Henderson produced a barnstorming finish to maintain her lead after the third round at the Meijer LPGA Classic in Michigan on Saturday. Henderson, who had surged into the lead after producing back-to-back eight-under-par 64s in the first two rounds, has a two-stroke advantage heading into Sunday’s final round at Blythefield Country Club in […]
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Gary Woodland delivered a gritty back nine display Saturday, coming up with key par saves in a two-under 69 to stay one stroke in front of Justin Rose heading into the fourth round of the US Open at Pebble Beach. Woodland, a three-time US PGA Tour winner in search of his first major title, finished […]
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Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan — who led the country to their only cricket World Cup before entering politics — urged the current team to banish the fear of losing in their crucial match against India Sunday. The arch rivals go head-to-head in a World Cup blockbuster at Old Trafford in Manchester, England, in a […]
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The Hurricanes put in a strong second-half performance to beat the Blues 29-24 in Wellington on Saturday. After being 5-24 down at half-time, the home side scored 24 unanswered points in the second half to blow their opponents away. With their spot in the play-offs already secured, the Hurricanes started a weakened team, but they […]
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The Brumbies put the seal on winning the Australian conference with a 40-27 win over the Reds in a cold Canberra on Saturday. The conference had already been decided before the game and with the Jaguares having sealed second place on the overall standings with a 52-10 demolition of the Sunwolves on Friday, the Brumbies […]
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Springbok centre Lukhanyo Am score a try almost two minutes after regulation full-time to secure a thrilling 12-9 win for the Sharks over the Stormers at Newlands on Saturday. The thrilling victory in a brutal arm-wrestle saw the Sharks advance to the quarterfinals for the fourth successive year and knocked the Stormers out of the […]
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The Bulls produced their most impressive performance of the season to score a commanding 48-27 win over the Lions in Pretoria on Saturday. As a result, the Lions – finalists for the last three years – failed to make the play-offs. And it means the Bulls will travel to Wellington to face the Hurricanes in […]
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