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Dillian Whyte: Briton delivers flat performance in points win over Jermaine Franklin

Whyte claimed the 29th victory of his career in London Heavyweight Dillian Whyte picked up a majority points victory over American Jermaine Franklin in London. Whyte, 34, nearly stopped Franklin in the closing seconds after 12 mostly stale and uneventful rounds. Two judges gave Whyte the go-ahead with cards 116-112, while the third saw it as a 115-115 draw. Anthony Joshua watched at ringside as…
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Newcastle women's team feel 'empowered' as they prepare for St James' Park return

St James’ Park is expected to see more fans than the 22,134 who showed up last May Newcastle United women’s skipper Grace Donnelly was partly to blame for the kick-off being delayed the last time her side played at St James’ Park in May. The huge crowd took Newcastle slightly by surprise, but the club learned their lesson by offering advance tickets for Sunday’s FA Cup tie…
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Matthew Renshaw scores a century for the Premier's XI in tour match against West Indies at Manuka Oval

Matthew Renshaw sent another strong message to Australia cricket managers with a hundred unbeaten on day three of the Pink Ball Tour match against West Indies at Manuka Oval. Captain Josh Inglis declared the second set of the Premier’s XI at 4-221, four balls after Renshaw hit his ton, the Queenslander scoring 101 from 218 balls. West Indies had 309 for the win and were 0-35 at the stumps on…
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Chargers hope to get more Keenan Allen against Cardinals

The first pass went to Keenan Allen for 17 yards and the first third was converted by Mike Williams with a 15-yard catch. The Chargers welcomed back their top two wide receivers last weekend against Kansas City and – if only briefly – the offense looked powerful again as they scored on four of their five possessions in the first half. “Keenan and Mike do what they do for a reason…
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