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Daily Archives: May 24, 2017

England v South Africa: Eoin Morgan hits century in Headingley win

Morgan magic helps England beat South Africa First one-day international, Headingley: England 339-6 (50 overs): Morgan 107 (93), Moeen 77* (51) South Africa 267 (45 overs): Woakes 4-38, Amla 73 England won by 72 runs Match scorecard A brilliant Eoin Morgan century led England to

Manchester United claim Europa League

Manchester United pulled together in their city’s time of darkness, showing skill and spirit to overcome Ajax 2-0 and win the Europa League Less than 48 hours after a terror attack killed 22 people and injured many more at Manchester Arena, the club’s fans, players

Dmitry Bivol to face Cedric Agnew on undercard of Ward-Kovalev June 17

Light heavyweight Dmitry Bivol, one of the most exciting up-and-comers in a loaded weight class, will face former world title challenger Cedric Agnew on the undercard of the rematch between unified light heavyweight titleholder Andre Ward and former titlist Sergey Kovalev, Main Events announced Wednesday.

Baltimore Orioles release OF Michael Bourn

BALTIMORE — The Baltimore Orioles have released outfielder Michael Bourn from his minor league contract. Bourn agreed to a minor league deal on Feb. 20 that paid $2 million with incentives if he reached the majors. Not long after that, he broke his right ring

KHL cuts team and reveals 6-month salary delays

MOSCOW — The Kontinental Hockey League has cut a Russian team as it tries to fix worsening financial problems, including debts to league players of over $17 million. KHL president Dmitry Chernyshenko said Wednesday that the league is removing the Metallurg Novokuznetsk team, which had

Tyrone have firepower to deal with Derry threat

Tyrone is a big county and it shares a border with five of the other eight Ulster counties – only Cavan, Down and Antrim miss out. That’s just one of the reasons why we have so many rivalries and that nearly every game we play