WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Captain Kane Williamson equalled the New Zealand record for test centuries as his side reached 321 for four at the close of day three of...
India have claimed a first-innings lead of 32 runs at lunch on day three of their topsy-turvy Test series decider against Australia.
Despite enjoying a strong start to the season, Lingard has failed to cement a place in Jose Mourinho's starting lineup, starting only 10 times in all competitions.
Former Test and NSW backrower Anthony Tupou is set for an NRL return with Newcastle as Knights coach Nathan Brown prepares to wield the axe.
Ivan Cleary can get the best out of Luke Brooks should he get the vacant gig at the Wests Tigers, according to former pupil Jamie Soward.
The Decision Review System (DRS), in use for the first time in a Test series between Australia and India, has changed the course of the series decider.
Manager Arsene Wenger said last week that contract negotiations with key players Ozil and striker Alexis Sanchez were on hold until the end of the current campaign.
Starting the day one-stroke in front, Lee birdied all five odd-numbered holes on the front nine en route to a seven-under-par 65 on the Aviara course.
West Coast's pinch-hitting ruckman Drew Petrie will miss several weeks with a broken hand, and Jonathan Giles is ready to fill the void.
Playmaker Matt Frawley is expected to receive his NRL debut after Canterbury's Moses Mbye was suspended for a shoulder charge.

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North Melbourne forward Jarrad Waite is set to undergo shoulder surgery that will rule him out of AFL action for up to six weeks.
Golden State Warriors have beaten Memphis 106-94 in the NBA and Houston have beaten Oklahoma City 137-125, with James Harden and Russell Westbrook the stars.
New Zealand cricket captain Kane Williamson has secured a record-equalling 17th Test ton for his country in their match against South Africa.
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