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Maroons rookie Dylan Napa wasn't impressed with his team's performance admitting the Blues wanted it more. The game started quick, with a try in the sixth minute to the Blues via Maloney (deftly converted), with no tries until Oates took a attractive kick from Cronk and scored a try for Queensland in the 37th minute, with Smith missing the kick.
  • Virat Kohli Says India not Invincible; Credits Sri Lanka

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    However, fortunes turned in a span of few overs. "We all look up to him and take advice from him, all the batters". The Yorkers went missing, there were misfields and suddenly, Kohli was short of options. Gunathilaka brought up his half-century with a big six over mid-wicket and that was a signal to Team India that they had a fight on their hands. Well, last night's game has left the group and tournament wide open.
  • Dufner rebounds to earn fifth PGA Tour victory

    Dufner rebounds to earn fifth PGA Tour victory

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    With bad weather closing in and a host of players throwing their hat in the ring, Dufner found form and surged home on the back nine on Sunday, making four birdies in eight holes between the 10 and 17. Muirfield Village, known as "Jack's Place", has become one of the most iconic stops on the PGA Tour schedule. No evidence supports this contention, but locals point to the number of weather delays that have plagued the Memorial as evidence of a curse.
  • Andy Murray vs. Stan Wawrinka 2017 French Open Pick, Odds, Prediction

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    Wawrinka has yet to drop a set in this year's tournament at Roland Garros and he hopes that stands him in good stead against the world number one. "I probably need to play better than I did today, but you never know", Murray said. Top-ranked Andy Murray was bemused by the chair umpire's decision to give him a time violation when he was preparing to serve during his French Open quarterfinal win against Kei Nishikori.
  • Penguins thrash Predators, take control of Stanley Cup Final

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    The two first shared headlines after they barked at one another during Game 3 in Nashville. Secondary ScoringOur players had a will to win. And while many eyes will be on Rinne to see if he channels his inner Roberto Luongo and lose on the road again (sorry Lu, you know we love you), you also have to wonder how short the leash is on Matt Murray ? However, he hadn't scored in 14 of his last 16 playoff games and needed a breakthrough.
  • Herculean LeBron effort not enough for Cavs

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    Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry and the rest of the Warriors will be able to make that boast if they win Friday to complete the most impressive postseason run in major sports history. "We missed shots", he said. James, who played 45 minutes, refused to blame fatigue for the Warriors' comeback. "I gave everything that I had, so at times throughout the game I was exhausted, but that's just because I was just playing as hard as I could".
  • Pens jump out 3-0 vs Preds after 1 in Game 5

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    Which Rinne shows up for Game 5 may well determine which team returns to Nashville with a 3-2 series lead. With Malkin, he's shot the puck a lot less (2.8 per-game) but still remained largely productive. They had better be. Two goals in 1:30 for the Pens. Nashville Predators' Viktor Arvidsson (38) and Pittsburgh Penguins' Carl Hagelin (62) trade punches during the third period in Game 5 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Final, Thursday, June 8, 2017, in Pittsburgh .
  • Warriors coach Steve Kerr responds to the critics

    Warriors coach Steve Kerr responds to the critics

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    Steve Kerr apparently is of the same opinion. Let them talk, the Warriors say. " They're all right, they would kill us". The game gets worse as time goes on. You'd have to be pretty hardheaded to believe this Warriors team would lose to a team from 50 years ago. . "I'm sorry. Too little". Warriors forward Draymond Green laughed off Johnson's claim that the Lakers "would've probably swept" Golden State.
  • Durant leads Warriors' rally past Cavaliers

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    Sharks in the deep water of the ocean and lions on the prowl out on the savanna. "No, only missed shots". Meanwhile, Irving, going up against Klay Thompson - who played near impeccable defense all night - was dribbling the ball into the ground and putting up ill-conceived shots on no-pass possessions.
  • 5 highlights of India Pakistan cricket match in Champions trophy

    5 highlights of India Pakistan cricket match in Champions trophy

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    Kohli , who on Saturday had dismissed reports of a rift with India coach Anil Kumble, was equally contemptuous of Pakistan's attack during a blistering innings of 81 not out off just 68 balls that included six fours and three sixes. "Alright, let's get something straight first off. Wahab Riaz was fully fit". He snared the wickets of Imad and skipper Sarfraz Ahmed in 27th and 29th overs respectively to end any hopes of Pakistan's revival.
  • Time for Thiem or will Nadal march on?

    Time for Thiem or will Nadal march on?

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    McEnroe added: "If you had told me a year ago, when he was the only guy since Rod Laver holding all four Slams that this is what we'd be talking about now, I'd have told you you were nuts". "He has a huge potential to tap, and he can hit the ball very hard", Nadal said on the eve of the 2017 French Open semi-final, via The Telegraph .
  • CT 2017: Dhawan's 125 takes India to 321/6 against Sri Lanka

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    This was a famous win for the exuberant Lankan bunch but more importantly it has done a lot of good to Champions Trophy . Thursday's result throws the group wide open as all the teams in the group - India , Sri Lanka , Pakistan and South Africa - have identical records of a win and a draw.