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Daily Archives: February 17, 2018

Channing Frye of Los Angeles Lakers has appendectomy

LOS ANGELES — Lakers forward Channing Frye has undergone an appendectomy. The team announced Saturday that its new acquisition had the laparoscopic procedure Friday night in Cleveland. Frye offered up a humorous response on Twitter: I’m pretty sure that i got my appendix removed I’ll

Shannonsiders power past the Dubs to remain unbeaten

Limerick maintained their drive towards promotion with another impressive victory in Division 1B of the Allianz Hurling League as they accounted for Dublin by 12 points at the Gaelic Grounds.  This win over Pat Gilroy’s Dublin sets Limerick up for make or break clash with

Sam Querrey, Kevin Anderson advance to New York Open final

UNIONDALE, N.Y. — Sam Querrey had everything figured out Saturday except his math. The No. 2 seed lost track of the score and didn’t realize he had closed out the match when he beat fourth-seeded Adrian Mannarino 6-7 (5), 7-5, 6-3 in the semifinals of

Sam Querrey advances to New York Open final

UNIONDALE, N.Y. — Second-seeded Sam Querrey advanced to the final of the New York Open, winning the last four games to beat No. 4 Adrian Mannarino 6-7 (5), 7-5, 6-3 on Saturday. Querrey will face top-seeded Kevin Anderson or No. 5 Kei Nishikori in Sunday’s

Ross King to the fore as Laois overcome Antrim

Laois got the better of Antrim to give themselves a slight sniff of a Division 1 quarter-final spot after a five-point win over Antrim in Saturday’s Allianz HL Division 1B clash at O’Moore Park. The result means that Antrim are almost assured of finishing in

Forde on the double as Tipp hold off Wexford rally

Wexford’s winning start to the Allianz League was brought to a halt at Semple Stadium as Tipperary ran out 3-21 to 1-21 winners after a good contest. Jason Forde, suspended after an altercation with Wexford manager Davy Fitzgerald when these two sides last met, led

Donegal end Tyrone’s long reign in McKenna Cup final

Donegal 1-16Tyrone 1-12 Donegal ended Tyrone’s reign in the Dr. McKenna Cup with a committed display in the final in the Athletic Grounds, Armagh. In the end Donegal were worthy winners, keeping Tyrone scoreless in the final quarter. Both sides fielded experimental sides but Tyrone