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  1. Sport - Rugby

    Cheika: Australia’s man for the poisoned chalice

    Posted Oct 26th 2014, 11:56am by Reuters

    ... Nick Mulvenney in Sydney Passionate and volatile, new Wallabies coach could transform Aussies into a force for the World Cup Cheika: Australia's man for the poisoned chalice Michael Cheika, who was appointed Australia coach on Wednesday, is a maverick, forceful and sometimes volatile coach who has never shied away from accepting what others might consider a poisoned chalice. ...

  2. Sport - Hong Kong

    Gary Player's passion still burning bright

    Posted Nov 09th 2014, 12:28am

    ... at Royal Melbourne, because I had committed myself. We’ve got to be careful that players don’t tell the PGA what to do and to make the rules themselves Gary Player  “With the prize money players ... not advise players what was expected. “We’ve got to be careful that players don’t tell the PGA what to do and to make the rules themselves,” said the South African. “When I’m offered a couple ...

  3. Sport - Tennis - US Open

    Serena Williams charges into US Open semis

    Posted Sep 04th 2014, 10:32am

    ... the next four points to avert the danger. “I felt she was playing really well,” Williams said of Pennetta’s fast start. “I don’t think I was doing too much wrong.” Shortly after her match, Azarenka’s spokesman told reporters that the player had suffered food poisoning and had been vomiting in the run-up to the quarter-final. But Azarenka said she was just out-played. “I’m not going ...

  4. Sport - Golf - RIGHT FIELD TIM NOONAN

    Right field: Asia is a power in women's golf so why not have a women's tournament in Hong Kong?

    Posted Oct 18th 2014, 08:28pm by Tim Noonan

    ... Asian or of Asian descent. The numbers don't lie, when Asian golf fans watch the LPGA more than half of the best 50 players in the world look similar to them. So do you really think they had a hard time finding a title sponsor for the Incheon event? Here in Hong Kong, ancient but still relevant Ernie Els and Miguel Angel Jimenez were doing all the heavy lifting ...

  5. Sport - Racing - BLACK BOOK

    Fellow as Incredible as Yung's sensational winner

    Posted Sep 15th 2014, 10:03pm by Alan Aitken

    ... But the same can be said for Incredible Fellow in defeat, as he was the one doing the most work and carrying the most weight among the front runners. Not the best to begin, he was then used hard to go forward and left as Olivier Doleuze attempted to overcome that poisonous one barrier on the grey. That meant engaging in a furious battle with lighter-weighted Victory General and that ensured ...


    Home and Away: Either we speak up or let mob rule continue at Fifa

    Posted Nov 21st 2014, 11:08pm by Peter Simpson

    ... threaten their power do not appear outlandish. Not a week goes by without another explosive claim or announcement, yet Fifa remains bombproof. We were told by former England Football Association ... the poisonous reign of Blatter. Reinhard Rauball, the head of the German Football League, warned if Michael Garcia's report into Fifa corruption was not published in full, "one option ...

  7. Sport - Racing

    Tree of strife: improve our Valley view

    Posted Mar 20th 2014, 07:44pm by Michael Cox

    ... just go chopping trees down willy nilly, but surely it won’t be long before an irate mob of sleep-deprived video watchers go and do the job for them. Maybe it’s a job for our favourite triad team that managed to install a poison-dart system at Happy Valley under cover of darkness. If they can do that, surely they can take a chainsaw to that eye sore of a tree. In 2006, the Jockey ...

  8. Sport - Racing

    All about Runningrailitis on international trial day

    Posted Nov 24th 2014, 08:36pm by Michael Cox

    ... in the Jockey Club Sprint. In the end, barriers one and two proved to be poison over a trip where they are meant to be vital – 1,200m. It’s not often the term “he was an unlucky last of 14” can ... clear running when you need to and do what you have to do. This ideology clashes with the European and, to a certain extent, Japanese, view – jurisdictions where jockeys like clear space ...

  9. Sport - Golf - Hong Kong Open

    Ernie Els leads Hong Kong Open by two shots after sizzling 65

    Posted Oct 17th 2014, 09:47am

    ... champion Miguel Angel Jimenez's hopes of winning a fifth title went down the toilet as he struggled to a 70 after suffering from food poisoning and missed the cut. Els had four birdies in his ... nicely and obviously 65 is exactly what I needed to do," said Els. "The course is there for the taking, so we'll see if I'm leading by the end of the day.  But I'm ...

  10. Sport - Golf - GOLF

    Australian Marcus Fraser takes one-stroke lead into final round at Hong Kong Open

    Posted Oct 19th 2014, 01:07am by Alvin Sallay

    ... into the week and I've got no idea going into [Sunday]," Fraser said. "Hopefully I will go out and keep playing the way I'm doing it. I've forgotten how much fun it is to play ... poisoning, missed the cut. "It was an up-and-down day and it is disappointing," said Els, struggling with his right hip. "But I'm still in with a chance." ...




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