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Cricket: Perry is the first Australian to pick up 300 wickets

All-rounder Ellyse Perry became the first Australian to win 300 international wickets after sacking India’s Pooja Vastrakar on day three of the four-day pink ball test on the Gold Coast on Saturday. Perry sent off Vastrakar (13) in the 143rd while Beth Mooney pulled off a superb hold on the ravine.

MLB roundup: Angels undermine Mariners’ playoff hopes

Luis Quijada came in relief with runners in the corners and no outs in the seventh inning and struck out the next three hitters on strikes as the visiting Los Angeles Angels damaged the Seattle Mariners’ playoff hopes with a win 2-1 Friday. Brandon Marsh netted a two-run double in the third inning as the Angels won only for the fourth time in their last 14 games.

Rugby-Consortium acquires majority stake in Saracens for £ 32m

A consortium of investors have agreed to terms to acquire a controlling stake in Premiership Saracens for £ 32million ($ 43million), the club said on Saturday. The Saracens, four-time Premiership champions and three-time European Cup winners in the past five years, were relegated last season as punishment for several salary cap overruns. But they returned to the top flight after winning the second tier championship.

Football-I would never force players to choose Socceroos, says coach Arnold

Coach Graham Arnold has said he will not force anyone to play for Australia against other nations as he revealed that Gianni Stensness has yet to receive official clearance to complete his stint at the News. -Zeeland to the Socceroos. Stensness said last week his intention to change his allegiance to Australia after representing New Zealand at the Olympics – a move All Whites coach Danny Hay called a “kick in the guts” .

For rookie QBs the struggle is real

No wobbly passes, interceptions, failed assignments, or spat fumbles underscore the dismal state of the underwhelming NFL rookie quarterback class more than these ugly stats. Between massive Jacksonville Jaguars pitcher Trevor Lawrence, New York Jets caller Zach Wilson and New England Patriots quarterback and Cam Newton replacement Mac Jones, they have combined for a record. 1-8, 17 interceptions and just nine touchdown passes.

Soccer-Chelsea beat Southampton at 10 3-1 to get back on track

Chelsea returned to victory on Saturday, beating Southampton 3-1 in the Premier League thanks to late goals from Timo Werner and Ben Chilwell after the Saints were reduced to 10 men. Blues coach Thomas Tuchel reshuffled his squad after back-to-back defeats against Manchester City in the English title race and by Juventus in the Champions League and he was rewarded when one of the new faces, defender Trevor Chalobah, gave the advantage to the hosts.

Soccer-NWSL commissioner ousted, FIFA opens investigation after charges against sacked coach

The National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) has fired Commissioner Lisa Baird and FIFA has opened a preliminary investigation following a report detailing allegations of misconduct against former North Carolina Courage head coach Paul Riley. World football’s governing body FIFA said it was “deeply concerned” by allegations of abuse in the sport in the United States.

Cycling-Deignan makes history by winning the first women’s Paris Roubaix

Briton Lizzie Deignan claimed a historic victory in the first edition of Paris Roubaix Femmes as rain, mud and falls made a memorable debut for the world’s best riders on the infamous paved course on Saturday. The former world champion produced a dominant run on the 115.6km course and withstood a powerful late push from Dutch tall Marianne Vos to win by one minute and 17 seconds.

Ice hockey – Targeted by racist behavior, Smereck says change is overdue

Ukrainian Hockey League (UHL) player Jalen Smereck told Reuters on Friday he would return to the ice despite an opponent targeting him with racist behavior, but the American said reform was long overdue for Sport. A video showing HC Kremenchuk forward Andriy Deniskin peeling and eating a banana in a gesture directed at HC defender Donbass, who is black, during a game shocked the global hockey community this week and sparked an uproar against racism in sport.

Golf-Willett leads the final of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship

Former Masters champion Danny Willett produced an impressive six-under-66 bogeyless round to take a three-stroke lead at the end of the third round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship on Saturday. The Englishman finished the day under 14 for the tournament, ahead of overnight leader Tyrrell Hatton, who started off brilliantly with four birdies in the first five holes before letting his advantage slip away with three successive bogeys of the nine last to finish with a one- under 71.

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