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Hello, hello. Brendon McCullum’s last One-Day International is about to commence here at Hamilton, a sweaty but cloudy day out at Seddon Park.
Jeremy Coney reckons it’s a mid-paced pitch, might be a bit slow but it should be a decent batting track once in. Like a cold swimming pool. It’s brownish in colour.
Geoff will be here soon. In the meantime, remind yourselves how the second ODI turned out:Continue reading...
• Matsuyama birdied final two holes of fourth round to earn playoff
Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama parred the fourth extra hole to clinch an unlikely playoff victory over Rickie Fowler at the Phoenix Open on Sunday.
Matsuyama went birdie-birdie over the final two holes of regulation at the TPC Scottsdale to force the playoff as he and Fowler had matching 67s for a 14-under-par 270, two strokes clear of the American Harris English.Continue reading...
Fans flood the streets of San Francisco for pre-game parties and to buy souvenirs before the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers go head to head in Super Bowl 50. Law enforcement agencies carried out safety checks of Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, saying that no specific security threat had been found. Tickets to the big game were selling for $5,000 to as much as $30,000.Continue reading...
- Stosur wins singles and doubles rubbers to secure victory
- Australia will now play in the World Group playoffs in April
Samantha Stosur saved Australia’s Fed Cup blushes in spearheading a stunning victory over Slovakia, and joined rarefied company in the process. The world No27 won all three matches she contested in the World Group II tie in Bratislava to book Australia a place in the World Group playoffs in April, with their opponent to be decided next week.
Team captain Alicia Molik is counting down the days to find out who now stands between them and a return to the World Group. “We’ll be playing off to be back in the top eight in the world - that’s where everyone feels we deserve to be and we’re good enough to be,” team captain Alicia Molik told AAP.Continue reading...