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Daily Archives: May 18, 2018

Paul Rouse heads up new Offaly management team

Offaly have moved swiftly to replace Stephen Wallace as the manager of their senior football team with the county board appointing an ‘interim management team’ to be led by Paul Rouse. Wallace was sacked by the county board on Wednesday evening, following rumours of unrest in

ECB supports ICC’s proposal to scrap toss in Test cricket

Every match since the beginning of Test cricket in 1877 has started with the pre-match coin toss Plans to remove the coin toss in Test cricket have been backed by the England and Wales Cricket Board. The International Cricket Council (ICC) will discuss the idea

Jorge Campillo leads Belgian Knockout after stroke-play

Spain’s Jorge Campillo led the qualifiers into the match play stages of the inaugural Belgian Knockout as the experimental format delivered plenty of drama. Campillo carded a second consecutive 67 at Rinkven International Golf Club to finish eight under par, a shot ahead of England’s

Veteran NFL receiver Vincent Jackson officially retires

After three Pro Bowls and six 1,000-yard seasons, Vincent Jackson is calling it quits. The 12-year wide receiver is “very happily retired” from the NFL after sitting out all of 2017, agent Jonathan Feinsod told ESPN. Jackson, 35, who does community and business work in

One-Day Cup: Kohler-Cadmore’s 164 helps Yorkshire ease past Durham

Tom Kohler-Cadmore hit 15 fours and seven sixes in a devastating 148 minutes Royal London One-Day Cup, Emirates Riverside Yorkshire 328-4 (50 overs): Kohler-Cadmore 164, Pujara 82; Potts 3-69 Durham 186 (40 overs): Richardson 43; Rashid 4-47 Yorkshire beat Durham by 142 runs Match scorecard

UFC signing Greg Hardy would be major mistake

In the early morning hours of May 13, 2014, police in Charlotte, North Carolina, responded to a 911 call and encountered a woman outside a luxury apartment building, crying and with visible signs of injury. According to a police report, the 24-year-old said her boyfriend