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Daily Archives: June 25, 2017

Way-too-early 2018 NHL draft rankings

The 2017 NHL draft has been completed and graded. But that’s old news. What say we take a look at the top players available for next year’s draft? The 2018 class is not a blow-you-away group; as of now, it looks about average to slightly

Women’s World Cup 2017: South Africa secure tense win over Pakistan

Highlights: South Africa beat Pakistan by three wickets ICC Women’s World Cup, Leicester Pakistan 206-8 (50 overs): Nahida 79, Daniels 2-21 South Africa 207-7 (49 overs): Lee 60, Wolvaardt 51, Yousuf 2-30 South Africa won by three wickets Scorecard; Group table South Africa pulled off

Germany & Chile complete last-four make-up

Germany 3-1 Cameroon Germany eased into the Confederations Cup semi-finals with a 3-1 win over Cameroon on Sunday as the VAR system was again thrust into the spotlight when the on-field official needed two reviews of an incident to reach the right verdict. Colombian referee

Petra Kvitova crowns comeback with Aegon Classic triumph

Petra Kvitova claimed a remarkable victory at the Aegon Classic title in Birmingham just six months after a career-threatening stabbing incident at her home. Kvitova saw off Australia’s Ashleigh Barty 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 in only her second tournament since the start of her comeback at

John McEnroe wants tennis players of today to get mad

NEW YORK — John McEnroe wants more anger in tennis. Not the kind of racket-smashing, profanity-flying tantrums he threw as a player, when he could go from the sport’s best player to its baddest boy in the same service game. He wants to see players

Chelsea must keep Conte says Lampard

Frank Lampard believes if Chelsea tie Antonio Conte down to a new contract it would be their signing of the summer. Conte has signalled his eagerness to stay next season but an extension to his current deal, which expires in 2019, is yet to be