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Ireland’s Shane Lowry cruised to a six-shot win at the Open Championship, beating Tommy Fleetwood who finished second.
Following his victory, the Irishman said he couldn’t believe the support he has received from his home crowd.
England were victorious in their Netball World Cup third/fourth play-off against South Africa yesterday to claim a bronze medal at the tournament.
Tracy Neville’s side were 58-42 winners, and later in the day New Zealand narrowly beat 11 time world champions Australia in the final by a single goal to win the Netball World Cup for the first time since 2003.
Frank Lampard has said he couldn’t be happier to be the manager of Chelsea.
Lampard’s side play Barcelona tomorrow in a pre-season friendly, and the 41-year-old is confident that all the staff at the club want to bring success to Chelsea.
The impasse between Zinedine Zidane and Gareth Bale over the Welshman leaving Real Madrid is showing no sign of improving after the Frenchman said it would be better for both both of them if Bale left tomorrow.
And Harry Kane scored a wonder gaol in Tottenham’s win over Juventus in a pre-season friendly on Sunday. With the scores at 2-2 into stoppage time, the England captain scored from just inside the Juve half.
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