Murray has been named as captain for the first time by Jo Yapp and is to start at centre for the tomorrow night’s game. Lagi Tuima will oversee the England U20 backline from full-back, whilst Lucy Attwood will play at inside-centre and speedster Lillian Steoger-Goddard starts on the wing. Ellie Mulhearn starts at tight-head prop and Hollie Cunningham completes the compliment of Bristol Bears Women as she is named in the second-row.The match is available live online via Rugby Canada with kick off at 10.30pm BST in the first of a three-game tour for England Women U20.Head coach Jo Yapp said: “We arrived in Canada on Monday and the squad have recovered well, acclimatising to the humidity and warm temperatures.“This is a really exciting team with a mix of experienced players alongside some talented youngsters that are stepping up from the TDG for the first time. “We are really pleased with how the players have bonded as a squad in such a short space of time and adapted to the tour environment.”England Women U20 side to face Canada Women U2015. Lagilagi Tuima, 14. Abigail Dow, 13. Phoebe Murray©, 12. Lucy Attwood, 11. Lilian Stoeger-Goddard, 10. Zoe Harrison, 9. Brooke Bradley; 1. Ellena Perry , 2. Leah Bartlett, 3. Ellie Mulhearn, 4. Rosie Galligan, 5. Hollie Cunningham, 6. Amelia Harper, 7. Charlie Wilcock, 8. Sarah BeckettReplacements: 16. Connie Powell, 17. Akina Gondwe, 18. Detysha Harper, 19. Rianna Manson, 20. Cara Brincat, 21. Ella Wyrwas, 22. Ellie Green, 23. Bethany Wilcock.England Women U20 fixturesFriday 10 August – Canada Women U20 v England Women U20, Acadia University (Wolfville), KO 10.30pm BST Tuesday 14 August – USA Women U20 v England Women U20, Acadia University (Wolfville), KO 10.30pm BST Saturday 18 August – Canada U20 v England Women U20, Wanderers Grounds (Halifax), KO 8.00pm BST
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The Ulster side got a good start to the second half with two more early goal – but Tipp answered back with two goals of their own bringing the gap down to 2 points.However the late surge wasn’t enough to win, and it finished Tipp 3-09 to Donegal’s 3-11. Tipp Ladies footballers have lost out to Donegal in Division 1 of the National League.Both sides got off to blistering starts, with Tipp scoring 1-3 withing the first 9 minutes – and Donegal scoring 1-2 within 13.At half time Tipperary trailed 1-5 to Donegal’s 1-7. Photo © Tipp Ladies Facebook
LUCKNOW, India, CMC – West Indies were dealt a heavy blow in their buildup to tomorrow’s opening One-Day International when they slumped to a shock four-wicket defeat to an Afghanistan XI in a one-day warm-up match here yesterday. In their first and only preparation game before the limited overs series, West Indies’ batsmen yet again failed to produce anything of real worth after collapsing to 156 all out in the 39 overs, and then watched as the hosts chased down the modest target with over 15 overs to spare at the Atal Bihari Vajpayee International Stadium.Roston Chase was the foundation of the Windies’ effort with a top score of 41 while former captain Jason Holder chipped in with 31 and Evin Lewis, 24.Twenty-year-old seamer Naveen-ul-Haq (3-22) and 24-year-old left-arm spinner Sharafuddin Ashraf (3-34) claimed three wickets apiece while pacer Gulbadin Naib supported with two for 34. West Indies were in dire straits at 12 for three in the sixth over after Naveen knocked over Shimron Hetmyer and Brandon King both without scoring, and opener Shai Hope perished for one.
Newly appointed D’Tigress coach, Otis Hughley has charged the players to focus on the upcoming 2018 FIBA Women’s World Cup tournament in Spain.The former Golden State Warriors assistant coach was speaking when he visited the team in Atlanta, the venue of the team’s training camp before the tournament scheduled to run from September 22 to September 30.He said: “Don’t give in to those distractions because you are not going to be your best you if you do.”“If you are not your best you, it is a disservice to the gift God has given you.“If you are not thinking about doing what it is you have been put on earth to do by representing who you are, your family and future, then you have been distracted.” He added.Hughley, who was appointed as a replacement for the sacked Sam Vincent, thereafter expressed his excitement at the opportunity to take charge of the team which he described as “a bunch of talented professionals.”In his words, he said: “I am excited, I have coached a lot of players but that doesn’t matter. I can’t be more excited than I am now. I get chills while talking about this. I drove 6 hours here.”Related
Nigeria and their West African counterpart Mali have booked their place in the Quarter-final of the on-going FIBA 3×3 Africa Cup in Lome, Togo.Nigeria who are reigning champions started their title defence with a slim 17-16 win over a hard fighting Cape Verde side that paraded Fidel Mendonca who fought hard to keep his side in the game but D’Tigers led by Kano Pillars’ Abdul Yahaya proved the smarter of the two teams as Nigeria avenged an opening day defeat they suffered in Cotonou during the Qualifiers.D’Digers, playing in Pool C, were more brutal in their second game of the day trashing Uganda 22-05 points in what was described as a one-sided game. Azuoma Dike of Nigeria despite the victory said his side is in Lome for war and not fun.“This is war because as champions every other team want to pull you down and we’re not ready to lay back and get beaten.”The second Quarter-Final place of the day was booked by Mali who defeated Benin 15-06 points in their opening game and edged Egypt and a keenly contested game 14-13 in Pool A to advance.Day 2 will see Cote d’ Ivoire playing in Pool B facing the Democratic Republic of Congo and later against Mauritania while in Pool D Burkina Faso will play away Madagascar and later take on host side Togo while Mauritania take on Democratic Republic of Congo and Togo will play Madagascar in their second game of the day.Related
Advertisement ajNBA Finals | Brooklyn VsdhueWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Eadv( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 2cpWould you ever consider trying this?😱6r4yCan your students do this? 🌚sz3Roller skating! Powered by Firework Cricket has not been the same ever since the addition of the T20 format. While the rules of the format are heavily in favor of the batsmen, it eventually is the bowling dimension which provides the team with the decisive edge. Both, the spinners and the pacers, have evolved with time and are now consistently winning T20 matches for their teams. As the year draws to an end, we take a look at 5 best performers with the ball in the shortest format of the game.Advertisement Sports India Show Year-end awards: Top 5 T20I bowlers in 2018 Five T20I bowlers who stood out from the rest this year – ranked in order of brilliance. Advertisement Rashid Khan (Afghanistan) Advertisement Presently ranked number 1 in the list of T20I bowling rankings by the ICC, Rashid Khan’s jaw-dropping strike rate of 8.1 in 8 matches he played this year gives us an indication of the skill and temperament of the Afghanistan leggie. Rashid has taken 21 wickets this year in only 8 innings, with an economy rate of 6.36. He has two four wicket hauls this year and three occasions on which he took 3 wickets. The Afghanistan bowler has been a mainstay for the national team. His figures are a clear indication as to why he has finished as the top-ranked bowler for 2018. Kuldeep Yadav (India) India’s Kuldeep Yadav is second on the list. Kuldeep, a rare breed of chinaman bowlers in the modern day, has revived the art out of its grave. With 21 wickets from 9 innings, and a five-for to his credit, the youngster has had quite the year. Kuldeep had a sensational tour of Ireland where he finished with seven wickets from two T20 Internationals. Kuldeep is the fifth highest wicket-taker in T20I this year and ends 2018 in Number 3 on the ICC’s T20I bowling rankings Shadab Khan (Pakistan) Unlike the modern limited-overs spinner, Shadab bowls with a more loopy trajectory and uses his wit and guile to fox the batsmen in the air. He uses the crease well bowling from close to the stumps as well as from a wider angle, to make the batsman recalibrate his eye-line. Shadab is not afraid of bowling the wrong’un, perhaps his only criticism might be that he bowls it a bit too often. In addition, he maintains high levels of fitness and is a terrific fielder at point. Shadab has taken 28 wickets this year in only 19 innings, at a stingy economy rate of 6.62. He is also a useful lower-order right-handed batsman, something that has occasionally been witnessed during his domestic career. Andrew Tye (Australia) Andrew Tye pips his fellow Australian international Billy Stanlake as he bagged six more wickets than the latter. The Australian T20 specialist, Andrew Tye is the highest wicket-taker in T20 Internationals this year with 31 wickets in 19 encounters. Tye is one of the most effective bowlers in the shortest format of the sport. The knuckle ball that he delivers has become a rage among limited-overs bowlers these days and there are few who can execute it better than Tye himself. He doesn’t clock a high speed but is still moderately quick and what enables Tye to succeed is his clever pace variations which can baffle the batsmen especially when they are trying to up the ante. He picked a career-best four wickets for 23-runs against New Zealand in Sydney this year as well. Billy Stanlake (Australia) Young Australian fast bowler Billy Stanlake concludes the list at #5. The tallest man to play professional cricket for Australia, Billy Stanlake has taken 25 wickets this year from 16 innings, at a strong economy rate of 7.79, combining his extraordinary release height and bounce with fearsome pace. His best performance this year came against Pakistan, with Stanlake taking 4 wickets from his 4 overs and giving away only 8 runs, which is also the most economical spell by an Australian in T20 international cricket. That bowling performance saw Australia take an easy 9-wicket win, with Stanlake declared Man of the Match for his efforts. The 24-year-old is also the third highest wicket taker this year in T20 Internationals. Advertisement
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