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@Amazingly there are still Dallas fans here at Toyota Park. Kudos to them for sticking it out. Second half has kicked off.
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Great Britain ice history coach Peter Russell urged his side to keep their cool ahead of their final match at the World Championships.
Russell's side made in four wins from four with a 3-2 victory over hosts Holland in Eindhoven, with goals from Paul Swindlehurst, Chris Blight and Craig Peacock.
It means they need just a point from their final game against Lithuania to secure the title in the third tier of the tournament and promotion to Division 1A.
They could even achieve their goal if Korea don't win their final match against Croatia in regulation time.
@@bruce_ca yes if it's played.
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Newcastle Knights 22-28 Parramatta Eels Wests Tigers 22-30 Canberra Raiders Parramatta snapped a seven-game losing streak against Newcastle with a 28-22 victory in a topsy-turvy affair at Hunter Stadium. Two late Nathan Peats tries got the Eels back to winning ways following back-to-back losses, and ended a run of defeats to the Knights dating back to 2009. Opting to play against the wind in the first half the Eels soon found themselves 12-0 down following a horror start that saw the hosts score two tries in the opening 10 minutes. Chris Houston touched down under the posts to finish off a sweeping 75-metre move and former NSW winger Akuila Uate then added a second to put the hosts well in control. Continue reading...
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Torrid Adrian Gonzalez drove in three runs and Howie Kendrick had a pair of doubles as the Dodgers win streak reached six games with a 6-3 victory over the Rockies at Dodger Stadium Saturday night. Zack Greinke got the win, despite being chased with a two-run homer by DJ LeMahieu with two out in the top of the seventh inning.
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Yasiel Puig missed three games with a tight left hamstring, returned to the Dodgers lineup Saturday night with a double, single, walk and RBI, limped around enough for his manager to notice, but played all nine innings.
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Felix Hernandez convinced manager Lloyd McClendon to let him pitch the seventh inning at 98 pitches, and he rewarded that confidence by striking out the side.
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