Month: July 2019

Claret Jug Belongs to Shane Lowry Republic of Ireland

It might not sit too well with the Royal and Ancient that they decided, after almost 70 years to play The Open Championship in Northern Ireland, that a golfer from the rebel Republic of Ireland to the south won the 148th edition of The Open Championship. No worries, it was sheer coincidence, not a plan…

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Teague Rhymes with League Making Him Logical Choice to Lead Blues

Members of the Carlton Blues playing list have been talking to the higher-ups to give the open coaching job with the club to David Teague. Teague is filling in for now and the players started being more open about his getting the gig following a rare win by the Blues over the Fremantle Dockers in…

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Ash Barty Gracefully Acknowledges Risk of Playing Riske in Wimbledon Loss

At the risk of sounding melancholy, it is with some degree of sadness that we report that Alison Riske has sent Ash Barty out of The Championships at Wimbledon. Barty had a win streak of 15 matches, which is quite a run in women’s tennis, although in pales by comparison to the 66 straight won…

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