28 August 2015

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Golf-McIlroy plans Saturday practice round at Whistling Straits

CALIFORNIA  World number one golfer Rory McIlroy has scheduled a Saturday practice round at Whistling Straits, site of next week s PGA Championship, a reliable source told Reuters on Monday.The Northern Irishman has not played since rupturing the anterior ligament in his left ankle early last month, an injury that prevented him from defending his British Open title at St. Andrews.McIlroy s manager, Sean O Flaherty, did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment.News that the four-times major

Zimbabwe win toss, bat against New Zealand

HARARE: Zimbabwe won the toss and surprisingly elected to bat first as they looked to close out a three-match series against New Zealand with victory in Tuesday’s second one-day international.With early morning starts at Harare Sports Club, conditions generally favour the side bowling first and so it is highly unusual for teams to win the toss and bat.The only two teams to do so at the venue in the past three years — Pakistan in 2013 and Australia in 2014 — both suffered shock defeats at the hands of Zimbabwe.The

Sikandar Raza ton gives Zimbabwe hope

Sikandar Raza ton gives Zimbabwe hopeHARARE: Sikandar Raza Butt´s unbeaten century hauled Zimbabwe out of trouble and gave them a fighting chance in the second one-day international against New Zealand at Harare Sports Club on Tuesday.Raza arrived at the crease with Zimbabwe struggling on 68 for five, and hit 100 not out from 95 balls to guide the hosts to 235 for nine.With early morning starts at Harare Sports Club, conditions generally favour the side bowling first and so it was a surprise when Zimbabwe captain Elton Chigumbura decided to have a

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