Month: October 2017

Sikandar Raza was Zimbabwe’s unlikely bowling hero on the third day at Queens Sports Club. After his fighting first-innings 80, Raza picked up his maiden Test five-for and said he was both proud and humbled by the achievement. West Indies opener Kieran Powell believes it is “definitely advantage Windies” after they ended the third day
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Weightlifting would be held at Birmingham’s Symphony Hall under the city’s plans The Commonwealth Games Federation raised “170 detailed queries” when deeming Birmingham’s bid for the 2022 event non-compliant, but organisers remain “quietly confident” of hosting. Birmingham’s was the only bid before a 30 September deadline, which has now been extended until 30 November. No
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Chris Silverwood, Essex’s head coach, is set to be appointed as the successor to Ottis Gibson as England’s bowling coach. According to reports, Silverwood will take up the role full time from January, with Shane Bond already in place as bowling consultant for the Ashes. Silverwood has enjoyed two successful years in charge at Chelmsford,
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The UFC is back in New York’s Madison Square Garden this weekend — and just like in 2016, it’s bringing along three title fights. In the UFC 217 main event, former welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre returns from a four-year hiatus to challenge middleweight champ Michael Bisping. In the co-main event, budding superstar Cody Garbrandt seeks
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