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England's new Test captain Ben Stokes said Brendon McCullum was already making his side's players "feel 10 feet tall" ahead of the first Test against New Zealand.
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England have appointed former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum as head coach of their men's Test team. The 40-year-old agreed to take the role at the start of the week...
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The new England captain said his side are entering their first Test under the new coach with excitement after a rough string of results.
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Thomas Partey hasn't travelled with the squad to Germany, giving other Arsenal stars an opportunity to impress manager Mikel Arteta. The Ghanaian midfielder's absence is for reasons unknown at present, but it should give an opportunity for some of our ...
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The couple abandon their seats to be amongst animated crowds on Court 1 to watch Britain's star player.
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Event details about European Junior Championships Live Stream Info: Watch Day 1 Finals Live Recap Video Coverage Link on Your Device in San Francisco on July 5, 2022 - watch, listen, photos and tickets.
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Wimbledon, England (AP) -- The Latest from Wimbledon (all times local):. ___. 7:20 p.m.. Home favorite Cameron Norrie reached his first Grand Slam semifinal — where he'll face Novak Djokovic — with a 3-6, 7-5, 2-6, 6-3, 7-5 win over David Goffin at ...
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Shamrock Rovers team: Alan Mannus, Lee Grace, Roberto Lopes, Sean Hoare, Andy Lyons, Ronan Finn, Gary O'Neill, Chris McCann, Dylan Watts, Rory Gaffney, Aaron Greene. Share. Maltese upheaval. Hibernians will be without their manager Stefano Sanderra and ...
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The Mystery Prize Cashword game debuted in September with six top prizes of $150000.
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Kate arrived at No 1 Court at Wimbledon to watch the British Men's Number One after his opponent Belgium's David Goffin won the third set.
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Wout van Aert and Jumbo-Visma blew apart Stage 4 at the Tour de France as the Belgian ended his runner-up streak to claim an overdue win in yellow.
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