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Daily Archives: June 2, 2017

Zinedine Zidane refuses to reveal Bale decision

Zinedine Zidane has refused to offer any clues as to whether Gareth Bale will start a Champions League final in his home city. Bale has declared himself fit for Real Madrid’s showdown with Juventus at the National Stadium of Wales on Saturday after a calf

O’Callaghan one of two Dublin debutants

Con O’Callaghan has been named in the Dublin team to face Carlow in Portlaoise on Saturday as the All-Ireland SFC champions begin the defence of their Leinster crown. O’Callaghan, who captained the Dubs’ Under-21 side to All-Ireland glory last year, has been named at full-forward.

NYSAC denies Anthony Johnson’s complaint about UFC 210 weigh-in

The New York State Athletic Commission has denied UFC light heavyweight Anthony Johnson‘s request for a hearing to discuss circumstances surrounding a controversial UFC 210 weigh-in earlier this year in Buffalo. Johnson petitioned the NYSAC to examine the matter in April. Controversy arose when Johnson’s

RGC 1404 19-88 Wales XV

Cardiff Blues centre Cory Allen scored three tries in Wales’ win at Parc Eirias Wales warmed up for their two-Test summer tour with a 14-try victory over Welsh Premiership side RGC 1404 in Colwyn Bay. Tyler Morgan and Cory Allen both scored a hat-trick of

Champions Trophy: Australia and New Zealand draw after play abandoned

Best shots from Williamson’s century Champions Trophy, Group, A, Edgbaston New Zealand 291 all out (46 overs): Williamson 100, Ronchi 65, Hazlewood 6-52 Australia 53-3 off 9 overs (chasing 235 off 33 overs): Warner 18, Milne 2-9 Match abandoned due to rain Match scorecard; Standings

O’Neill’s key men back in fold for Uruguay clash

After the gulf of Mexico comes a flood of experienced talent to beef up Martin O’Neill’s Republic of Ireland squad and help step up preparations for Sunday week’s crunch clash against Austria. Nine players come into the panel for the Aviva Stadium friendly against Uruguay