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Following the target of 187 runs, India squad was not able to do much as they lost opener Smriti Mandhana and India's ODI skipper Mithali Raj in the second over to Megan Schutt. Overall, it was the seventh instance of a player getting a hat-trick in women's T20s. After Rodrigues's departure, Kaur followed her to the stand. Opting to bowl, India saw Australia rack up 186 for 5 in their 20 overs, driven by half-centuries from Beth Mooney (71 off 46) at the top of the order, and Elyse Villani ...
  • Masters: Rory McIlory grateful for extra rest after WGC Match Play exit

    Masters: Rory McIlory grateful for extra rest after WGC Match Play exit

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    Bubba Watson defeated Kevin Kisner, 7 and 6, ending even the pretense of drama with a title-clinching birdie on the 12th hole. Kisner faces Noren, whom he knows from their college days - Kisner at Georgia, Noren at Oklahoma State. "But, yeah, when I get there, I'm going to look forward to it and hopefully I can get this focus and my putter rolling like it is". "There were about four or five shots for the week where I wasn't committed and kind of blanked out so that's pretty good over 100 ...
  • Steve Smith to be axed as Rajasthan Royals captain for IPL 2018?

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    IPL chairman Rajeev Shukla, however, said Rajasthan Royals will wait and see what sanctions the ICC imposes on Steve Smith before taking a call on his future as the franchise's captain. "They are coming back after two-years and they gave made their strategy around Smith and suddenly they have got a tough call to make", he added. The IPL is the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI)'s most valuable property and has been the trigger for the shortest-format leagues across the globe.
  • Alonso Sees Potential in '18 McLaren Effort

    Alonso Sees Potential in '18 McLaren Effort

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    There is a lot of potential in the auto but still to be unlocked. "We need to be ambitious as a team, and I'm looking forward to seeing what's around the corner". We will be the team that will progress [the most] relative to other teams, just because the integration to a new power unit will require time. The British team have endured a miserable run in recent years.
  • Michigan Wolverines Basketball is Headed Back to the Final Four

    Michigan Wolverines Basketball is Headed Back to the Final Four

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    MI pulled the early tipoff in its trip to the Final Four . With 2:23 remaining, Robinson hit a huge 3-point shot to give MI a 55-44 lead, leaving FSU scrambling frantically to get back into the game. MI hadn't made a shot from the outside in awhile, and Robinson's three from the corner gave MI some breathing room. The two biggest points Robinson scored against FSU were the two free throws he made with 21 seconds remaining and MI clinging to a two-point lead.
  • Three things to know about Loyola-Chicago, Michigan's next opponent

    Three things to know about Loyola-Chicago, Michigan's next opponent

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    In a game that looked like the best versions of each school's football teams playing goal-line defense, the Seminoles (23-12) could not. The Wolverines hit 19 of 49 for 38.8 percent from the field. Hamilton: "You think that the game came down to the final seconds of the game?" The Ramblers shot 50% from three and 83.3% from the line, and that was that.
  • John Mara: I'm Tired Of Answering Questions About Odell Beckham Jr

    John Mara: I'm Tired Of Answering Questions About Odell Beckham Jr

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    We're certainly not shopping him. New York Giants co-owner John Mara has spent years discussing the behavior and maturity of superstar wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr ., and he's finally had enough of it. "Like I said, I'm just exhausted of answering questions about it all the time", Mara said. "But again, when you're coming off a season where you're 3-13 and played as poorly as we played, I wouldn't say that anybody is untouchable".
  • Scott Kingery: Signs extension; makes Opening Day roster

    Scott Kingery: Signs extension; makes Opening Day roster

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    On the other side were those who felt that was unfair, whether that be to Kingery himself (because it would delay a potential payday in the future) or the team (because he has a chance to be a difference-maker and help the team win games) or even the fans (because, after all, this was supposed to be the year they actually started trying to win).
  • Smith, Warner to stand down for rest of Test

    Smith, Warner to stand down for rest of Test

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    Australia was humiliated in the fourth Test in Cape Town overnight, losing 10 wickets in a single session under stand-in skipper Tim Paine. Cricket may not be a gentleman's game in 2018, but surely it has not sunk to such a low that this kind of behaviour can be condoned.
  • NCAA Tourney: Michigan heads to Final Four in role of upset stopper

    NCAA Tourney: Michigan heads to Final Four in role of upset stopper

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    Hamilton flashed an annoyed look, and Jacobson added, "Coach, a four-point ball game, it's a question that the guys were asking at the end of our game". "As long as you get stops on the defensive end, you have a chance to win the game". It is more than 2,200 miles from Ann Arbor to Los Angeles , but the legions of Wolverines fans crammed into Staples Center made this game feel like it was at Crisler Arena on Michigan's campus.
  • Kansas, Duke square off for Final Four bid

    Kansas, Duke square off for Final Four bid

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    For all those upsets in this maddest of Marches, the teams at No. 2 and No. 3 in all-time wins will be going head to head for a spot in the Final Four. All of a sudden, Kansas is peaking and playing with a different level of confidence. Despite the outcome, Carter said he is proud of his classmates' four-year run.
  • Darren Lehmann slams 'disgraceful' Newlands abuse of David Warner

    Darren Lehmann slams 'disgraceful' Newlands abuse of David Warner

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    On a series-swinging day in which one Western Province member was ejected for his abuse of a fallen David Warner as he was walking into the rooms, Australia failed to step up when it counted. South African teams playing in Australia have a history of facing verbal abuse or worse, dating back to the spin bowler Pat Symcox having a cooked chicken thrown at him on the SCG outfield during a limited-overs match in 1997.
  • Didier Drogba thinks he knows the reason behind Mourinho & Pogba's strained relationship

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    Mourinho has hailed the player on several occasions, and the midfielder can regain the manager's trust by performing well in the business end of the season, after being declared fully fit. In an interview with Telefoot , Drogba articulated the idea that Mourinho is just administering tough love on Pogba, and that he is going very hard on the Frenchman because he cares about and believes in him.
  • Josh Allen Showcases His Big Arm At Wyoming Pro Day

    Josh Allen Showcases His Big Arm At Wyoming Pro Day

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    Rewind to 1983 and the Denver Broncos took Kubiak in the eighth round of the National Football League draft and he backed up John Elway through 1991. It is impressive to show up with the Super Bowl 50 ring on his finger, reminding everyone how influential he's been in the history of the Denver Broncos.
  • Snapshot for day 2 of the third Test

    Snapshot for day 2 of the third Test

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    Morkel's efforts with the ball also saw the Proteas take a 2-1 series lead heading into the fourth and final Test in Johannesburg . "I think it's been disgraceful ", Lehmann said. The build-up to the third test was also filled with controversy as the number one bowler in the world, Kagiso Rabada, a home favourite, was initially suspended and then handed a reprieve after brushing against the shoulder of Australia captain Steve Smith in the second test.
  • Ilkay Gundogan backs Thomas Tuchel to succeed in England

    Ilkay Gundogan backs Thomas Tuchel to succeed in England

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    Yesterday German newspaper Kicker reported the news that former Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel would be taking over at Arsenal at the end of the current season. "You focus on doing well for your club and ignore all the rest", he said . I accept if the results are not good enough then you have to take the consequences.
  • Thomas to face Watson with No. 1 at stake

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    Three American golfers and Swede Alex Noren remain in contention to win the WGC Match Play in Texas, after the quarterfinal dust settled on Sunday. Other top players who didn't make it past group play included world number one and defending champion Dustin Johnson , former world number one Jason Day, five-time major victor Phil Mickelson and Spain's Jon Rahm.
  • Snow blankets Martinsville Speedway, truck and cup races postponed until Monday

    Snow blankets Martinsville Speedway, truck and cup races postponed until Monday

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    On Sunday, it was announced the Cup series race at Martinsville Speedway had been postponed to Monday due to inclement weather. NASCAR will run the Truck Series race at 11 a.m. "Way more snow than anticipated last night-Met with track/local authorities this morning-resources need to be dedicated to local community-roads-trees down, etc".
  • Genworth Financial Inc (NYSE: GNW)

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    Genworth Financial Cl A Ord now has $1.47 billion valuation. When we divide the last trade volume by the 3-month average volume, we found out a relative volume of 1.19. Its down 0.33, from 1.28 in 2017Q2. 165 funds opened positions while 367 raised stakes. Lenox Wealth owns 154 shares for 0% of their portfolio. Louisiana State Employees Retirement System holds 133,300 shares or 0.02% of its portfolio.
  • Yankees say Greg Bird has inflammation in foot

    Yankees say Greg Bird has inflammation in foot

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    Boland also noted that general manager Brian Cashman seemed concerned about the issue, stating, "I'm anxious about it, to be honest". Photo Yankees first baseman Greg Bird missed all of 2016 because of shoulder surgery and played in only 48 games last season because of an ankle injury.
  • One LeT militant killed in Budgam encounter,1 lady injured

    One LeT militant killed in Budgam encounter,1 lady injured

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    A woman was also left injured in the gunfight. Security forces had launched a cordon and search operation in Khan Mohalla in Beerwah area of the district after receiving specific inputs regarding presence of militants. "In retaliation, a terrorist has been neutralized, whose identity and affiliation is being ascertained". Security forces also retaliated and in the exchange of fire the militant was killed.
  • NCAA tournament: Villanova pip West Virginia to join Kansas in Elite Eight

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    The top-seeded Wildcats continued their outside feast, downing the fifth-seeded Mountaineers 90-78 on Friday night to earn their second trip to the regional finals in three seasons. "You get to learn how to play with guys", Graham said. Azubuike, showing he has recovered from a knee injury that sidelined him for the Big 12 tournament, had 10 points and six rebounds in 13 first-half minutes as Kansas went up 40-27 at halftime.
  • Vazquez wants Spain to face Messi

    Vazquez wants Spain to face Messi

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    The post Messi-less Argentina Ease Past Italy In Friendly appeared first on Complete Sports Nigeria . "It was a hard blow to take", Messi recently told Argentine television programme La Cornisa. SERGIO AGUERO was left behind as Argentina arrived at Manchester Airport en route to Madrid for their friendly. "We all know how the World Cup campaign ended, but if we focus only on the past, we'll never move forward".
  • Hamilton's record 7th pole in Australia

    Hamilton's record 7th pole in Australia

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    Hamilton was asked to explain a "party mode" radio call from his Mercedes team which was relayed to the British driver in the moments before his super-quick lap . Vettel responded by telling him to enjoy his evening as he'd be the one partying on Sunday after the race. He finished second in the series, but racked up four victories and had six runner-up finishes.
  • Record-breaker Williamson puts New Zealand in control

    Record-breaker Williamson puts New Zealand in control

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    After the drama of England's collapse in the first session on day one, the game moved at an altogether more sedate pace on day two, New Zealand with no need nor showing the inclination to take any risks with the bat. In his first Test innings that year, he made 113 against India at Eden Park and scored another three hundred before 2014 was out, two in West Indies and one against Pakistan in UAE.
  • Why Dwight Howard Was Suspended By NBA After Amazing 30-30 Performance

    Why Dwight Howard Was Suspended By NBA After Amazing 30-30 Performance

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    After using a pair of lock-down, fourth-quarter efforts to put together their first back-to-back wins in two months, the Brooklyn Nets needed yet another Wednesday night to make it three victories in a row for the first time this season. Toronto covered as a 9-point favorite and the game finished with a total of 218 points, which was just 1.5 points below the projected point total of 219.5 points.
  • Olivier Giroud aims sly dig at Arsenal by talking up Chelsea's success

    Olivier Giroud aims sly dig at Arsenal by talking up Chelsea's success

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    The Frenchman had an impressive goal scoring record during his time at Arsenal , and believes in himself to achieve those standards again. Giroud, whose only goal for the Blues came against Hull in the FA Cup, added: "I am very proud to have reached the 30 goals for France and just to be part of that list of the top scorers".
  • Devonte' Graham helps Kansas hold off Clemson in the second half

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    The KU defense stayed stingy and held the Tigers to just two field goals over the final eight minutes of the half, helping the Jayhawks build its first double-digit lead of the game. Clemson trailed 62-42 but made it 74-68 with 2:27 left. The Kansas Jayhawks are a number one seed in the Midwest Division and they are now into the Elite Eight after taking down the Clemson Tigers by a score of 80-76.
  • Jose Mourinho: Manchester United manager baffled by criticism

    Jose Mourinho: Manchester United manager baffled by criticism

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    As the clubs have broken away for the worldwide break, United have enjoyed a slight upturn in form in recent weeks. "He is a Manchester United supporter and my feelings towards Manchester United supporters is that feeling that I will give everything I can, everything I have to try and make them happy".
  • Haye is Very Impressed With Whyte, Shakes Head at Browne

    Haye is Very Impressed With Whyte, Shakes Head at Browne

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    The next few rounds saw Whyte teeing off on Browne, as "The Body Snatcher" began mixing in hard hooks to the Aussie's body. Most gave Lucas Browne the power advantage ahead of his clash with Dillian Whyte on Saturday night. Whyte was in control throughout, outboxing a slow, plodding Browne, and experienced minimal resistance as he repeatedly found a home from the right hand.
  • Loyola Chicago, Michigan heading to Final Four

    Loyola Chicago, Michigan heading to Final Four

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    There were multiple times late in the second half where the Seminoles appeared to be buried, and each one of those times they fought back and got themselves into a one possession game. Duncan Robinson had the ball with plenty of time to be fouled and play the free throw game. And several of the other younger veteran wide receivers on the Florida State roster will have to take advantage of the additional reps to form a more well-rounded unit this fall.
  • New footage released of Vegas shooter's final days

    New footage released of Vegas shooter's final days

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    Upon learning the results, Paddock's brother Eric told the Las Vegas Review Journal that there are "no physical excuses for what Steve did". It is unnerving because even with his every movement laid out, the grotesquely composed protagonist of this film gives away nothing.
  • Qualifier Kokkinakis Stuns Federer In Miami

    Qualifier Kokkinakis Stuns Federer In Miami

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    Poland's 30th ranked Agnieszka Radwanska toppled women's No. 1 Simona Halep of Romania on stadium court in the match preceding Federer's, 3-6, 6-2, 6-3. The ninth seed appeared poised to turn things around against Paire in the second set, when he won eight of nine points to recoup a break and threaten the Frenchman's serve.
  • Patriots TE Bennett announces his retirement

    Patriots TE Bennett announces his retirement

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    When Gronkowski was lost to a season-ending back injury in the second half of that 2016 season, Bennett emerged as the No. 1 option at the position (he totaled 55 catches for 701 yards and seven TDs in the regular season). But he lasted only two games and was placed on injured reserve on November 27. I will keep my end of the bargain and give you guys a discount when I open up my first theme park you and your families will always be welcomed at everything created at Martellus Bennett's ...
  • Son of Geelani's Successor Joins Hizbul, Pic Goes Viral on Social Media

    Son of Geelani's Successor Joins Hizbul, Pic Goes Viral on Social Media

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    The picture doing the rounds on social media shows Junaid, who is around 30 years old, posing with an assault rifle. Talking to KNS, S.P Vaid said that it is very unfortunate that Mohammad Ashraf Sehrai's son has joined militancy. His father Mohammad Ashraf Sehrai , 74, took over the leadership of the Tehreek-e-Hurriyat last week from Syed Ali Geelani, his close associates for more than last six decades.
  • Hamilton happy to 'wipe the smile off' Vettel's face!

    Hamilton happy to 'wipe the smile off' Vettel's face!

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    Despite qualifying fifth-fastest, the Red Bull of local hope Daniel Ricciardo will start in eighth place after the West Australian incurred a three-place grid penalty for speeding under red flag conditions in Friday's second practice session.
  • Aggies hold on to early lead to defeat No. 5 Ole Miss

    Aggies hold on to early lead to defeat No. 5 Ole Miss

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    Abdul-Rahkman (24 points) and Wagner (21) led five MI players in double figures. Malik Newman netted 17 points and Devonte Graham scored 16 for Kansas. The ACC downs the Big Ten in the Elite 8. 5-1 ATS in their last 6 games following a straight up win. 12 - The win over the 12th Man marked the 12th straight victory for MI, who continues their hot streak in the Elite 8 on Saturday.
  • Cambridge Analytica scandal: Facebook slapped with 4 legal lawsuits within a week

    Cambridge Analytica scandal: Facebook slapped with 4 legal lawsuits within a week

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    However, Cambridge University announced yesterday it was "undertaking a wide-ranging review" of the episode and had written to Facebook "to request all relevant evidence in their possession". Ultimately, it is up to you-not Facebook--to determine whether to trust third parties with your data. But Cambridge Analytica, the firm at the center of the firestorm, has stressed it is far from alone in using data gleaned online to precisely target voters.
  • Caroline Wozniacki says family was threatened at Miami Open match

    Caroline Wozniacki says family was threatened at Miami Open match

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    World number two Caroline Wozniacki claims her parents were subjected to death threats as she lost in the Miami Open to Puerto Rico's Monica Puig. The tennis star posted a note on Twitter Saturday about fans allegedly threatening her family and loved ones during her second round Miami Open match at the Tennis Center at Cradon Park.