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Two clubs and one nervous Origin coach left to sweat on Fifita scans – NRL.COM

Scans will determine whether Broncos powerhouse David Fifita’s stint with the club has finished early after the Titans-bound second-rower injured his ankle in a…

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Wand out of Cox Plate – Racenet

Controversial Cox Plate omission Buckhurst is set to gain a start after all, with Aidan O’Brien

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Controversial Cox Plate omission Buckhurst is set to gain a start after all, with Aidan O’Brien star Magic Wand scratched due to a lameness issue.
Racing Victoria stewards said Magic Wand had been withdrawn “due to lameness in the off fore leg.”
Stablemate Armory, who had been under an injury cloud, has been passed fit to start.
It means Buckhurst, who was ejected from the Cox Plate field by the Moonee Valley committee, will get a start and the Joseph O’Brien runner is a $41 chance on tab.com.au

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‘The best I’ve ever seen’: Steven Gerrard on Kemar Roofe’s wondrous goal for Rangers – Stuff.co.nz

Liverpool legend scored many wondrous goals but has never seen anything like Kemar Roofe’s strike from his own half in the Europa League.

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Rangers forward Kemar Roofe scored a wondrous goal in the Scottish sides Europa League victory on Thursday (Friday NZ time) and manager Steven Gerrard said it was the best I’ve ever seen live with my own eyes.
Liverpool legend and former England international Gerrard, who scored plenty of long-range strikes in his illustrious career before turning to management, described Roofes moment of magic as genius and world-class.
Roofes screamer came in Rangers 2-0 away win over Belgian side Standard Liege….

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Lydia Ko left to rue late round blunder at latest LPGA Tour event – Stuff.co.nz

Lydia Ko had a share of the lead through 16 holes, only for a triple bogey to derail her opening round.

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Lydia Ko will rue what could have been an outstanding opening round of the latest LPGA Tour event.
Ko had a share of the lead through 16 holes at the Drive on Championship in Georgia on Friday morning (NZT), only for an ugly triple bogey on the par three 17th to derail her round.
She bounced back to birdie the 18th, her sixth of the day, to shoot a one-under 71 opening round.
That leaves her tied for 26th, six shots behind American leaders Danielle Kang, who was blemish free on the day, and Jennifer…

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