Could AJ vs Fury be delayed by Wilder dispute?


Eddie Hearn on Deontay Wilder’s arbitration: “A Team Fury problem. We’re confident that it won’t impact our fight, or the announcement”; Tyson Fury is set to face Anthony Joshua in undisputed world title fight

By Richard Damerell
Last Updated: 15/02/21 6:03pm

Deontay Wilder has tried to enforce another fight with Tyson Fury

Tyson Fury’s ongoing arbitration with Deontay Wilder remains ‘a problem’ but promoters are optimistic that an undisputed world title fight will not be delayed.
Anthony Joshua held a meeting with Matchroom boss Eddie Hearn last week to finalise the remaining terms for a fight against Fury, with all the world heavyweight titles at stake.But Sky Sports understands that Wilder’s arbitration with Fury is still at the preliminary stages as the American stakes his claim for a third WBC title fight following his stoppage loss last February. Hey @Tyson_Fury ,Don’t worry about me I am Fine, Blessed.The only thing I want from you is for you to honor your agreement and fight me. I gave you 2 shots when I didn’t have to and it changed your life. Now it is time for you to be a man and give me my shot as you agreed to.— Deontay Wilder (@BronzeBomber) November 12, 2020 “That’s a problem and a question really for Top Rank, and Bob Arum,” Promoter Eddie Hearn told Sky Sports.”We’ve been assured by them, that’s not going to be an issue in making this fight. That’s a Fury problem, a Team Fury problem. We’re confident that it won’t impact our fight, or the announcement. Eddie Hearn “I do believe that Deontay Wilder, h e was supposed to be fighting in January. Now we’re middle of February, so how much longer is he going to wait? He’s been out of the ring for a year now, and he’s slowly imploding in every single interview that he gives. He should get back in the ring.”That’s a Fury problem, a Team Fury problem. We’re confident that it won’t impact our fight, or the announcement.”I keep saying two weeks (until an announcement). I’m bored of saying it now. People are bored of probably hearing it, but we are finalising the finest details of the contract and hope to make an announcement soon.”Fury’s UK promoter Frank Warren is also hopeful that the Joshua fight will go ahead as planned.”We don’t believe it will affect the fight,” Warren told Sky Sports. Frank Warren expects Fury to receive the go ahead to face Joshua Wilder’s management and Top Rank, Fury’s US promotional team, did not comment on the ongoing arbitration.Hearn is confident that he can agree all the terms relating to Joshua, then he plans to select the venue, with Saudi Arabia, America and Singapore among the locations being considered.”Contracts have been backwards and forwards,” Hearn had told Sky Sports last week.”Only minor details to be resolved on both ends. We’re in a good place.”AJ was in the office yesterday with us. We had a good meeting to finalise our side of stuff. Joshua has revealed details in the past about sparring sessions with Fury Joshua has revealed details in the past about sparring sessions with Fury “We’re on the verge now of getting this fight done. We want to make sure the ink is dry, and then we’ll go out and finalise the site details.”I’m going to keep quiet for now, which probably won’t last for too long, but in the meantime working hard to finalise what is the absolute biggest fight in boxing.”

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Lightning relishing Superleague’s top-four battle


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“Previously you could say there were two or three teams that would win the league, I think now there are probably about six who think we fancy this,” Sara Bayman on top-four challenge. Watch every game of the Vitality Superleague live on the Sky Sports YouTube channel

Last Updated: 15/02/21 7:44am

Hannah Williams of Loughborough Lightning in action against Bath

Loughborough head coach Sara Bayman is relishing a showdown with Midlands rivals Wasps as part of what she believes can be the Vitality Superleague’s most competitive season yet.
A bumper Opening Weekend to the 2021 season concludes on Monday night with a double-header live on Sky Sports Mix and the Sky Sports YouTube channel and for Lightning, they are back on court 24 hours after defeat to Team Bath. Vitality Netball Superleague – Round Two fixtures Sunday Team Bath 48-44 Loughborough Lightning Surrey Storm 41-53 Saracens Mavericks Severn Stars 34-53 Wasps Netball Monday Loughborough Lightning vs Wasps Netball Saracens Mavericks vs Leeds Rhinos Bayman’s squad pushed one of the favourites for the title all the way, eventually losing out 48-44, and the Lightning head coach is desperate to get three points on the board early with their own top-four ambitions uppermost in their thoughts. “It’s important to get a quick start, get some points on the board and put some pressure on the other teams rather than face pressure ourselves,” she tells Sky Sports.”It is crucial from the sport that we have a competitive league, people and fans want to watch games that they don’t know the outcome of and previously that’s where the league has had a bit of a gulf between the top teams and the bottom teams.”This season, I don’t expect that to be there and covid protocols, double game weekends might also see a levelling out.”We could end up with a topsy-turvy league table which is great for the fans – but not so great for the coaches.” Seven of the 11 teams have so far racked up victories across the first three days at the purpose-built court in Wakefield and Lightning will have to overcome a Wasps team that eased past Severn Stars on Sunday night.Defeat will mean another slow start for a Lightning team who have a habit of making life hard for themselves. Two defeats from their opening three games in the curtailed 2020 season followed a 2019 season where they lost three of their opening five games.In their defence those defeats have tended to come against top-four rivals with Team Bath, Manchester Thunder and Saracens Mavericks among the teams to get the better of them.But with points crucial in a league that will feature double header game weekends and covid protocols, meaning squad strength is more important than ever, captain Nat Panagarry knows a repeat won’t be acceptable.”We seem to have always struggled with our start and it’s always been something we have discussed,” she says.”It has taken us too long to hit the ground running and get the intensity required but I think the last few years I have been here this feels like the best pre-season we have had.”I have confidence and faith in the team after a good week where we have spoken about the intensity and training on the eve of the season we were all going for it, we didn’t know our starting seven.”Fortunately for Bayman, Panagarry and the rest of the Lightning squad next up are perhaps their fiercest rivals to focus the mind. Loughborough and Wasps have met in two of the last three Grand Finals and local bragging rights will be up for grabs as well as three vital points. Great to be back out on court !! Tough loss but lots to be positive about for our first game of the season, ready to build tomorrow 💜⚡️💪🏼 Huge congrats @suzieliverseidg on a great debut performance 👏🏻👏🏻 https://t.co/vFr5IiZ4gq— nataliepanagarry (@Npanagarry) February 14, 2021 Bayman believes it’s important for women’s sport and the Superleague season that rivalries and competitive action is on display in the first netball season that will see all the games made available to fans to watch.”Those games that mean more and where you feel the heat of the battle are a bit more than just winning and losing so it’s always one to watch,” Bayman adds with a smile.”In 2019 it was a dogfight [for the top four], we refused to lie down and when we needed wins against teams like Wasps and Thunder – we had the attitude ‘ let’s go get ’em’ and that will be the attitude we are going to have to take every week.”Top four is going to be a real scrap and once we are there we can start worrying about semi-finals and then finals are one-off games and you look around the league and anyone could beat anyone.”Previously you could say there were two or three teams that would win the league, I think now there are probably about six who think we fancy this.”East-West Midlands is a rivalry that is there, previous finals have added a touch of spice to that rivalry and it is always satisfying, like the one-goal win in 2019 – it’s probably the highlight of the season for a lot of people.” However more importantly is the job at hand. Loughborough have managed to keep their squad intact under Bayman for the last couple of seasons and this season have added England Roses star Beth Cobden after two years of injury heartache for the mid-courter.While Bayman admits more than any year 2021 is a game-by-game, week-by-week season, the top four remains the ultimate target, while the final word is on that rivalry that she admits has lost a certain edge.”It’s not as much fun now that Tamsin is not at Wasps, it doesn’t have the same edge of a week of texts beforehand!” she smiles.”I don’t think we can look beyond the rounds, everyone is going to be scrapping for top four and it is going to be tough to get in there. “It’s a cliché but we will take it game-by-game because this season especially the games are coming thick and fast right from the very start and by the end of February we might have an idea of where we are and what we will have to do.”Sky Sports is your home of netball. The Vitality Netball Superleague continues on Monday with back-to-back matches from 4.45pm on Sky Sports Mix. Viewers in the UK and Ireland can also watch on the Sky Sports YouTube channel.

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19 fights, 19 wins, 19 KOs… but there’s a problem


Is Christopher Lovejoy a credible contender?

There is a mystery man threatening the heavyweight division but nobody knows whether to take him seriously or not.
If you’ve never seen Christopher Lovejoy fight, he appears to be a hellacious problem for the heavyweight big boys – he has won all 19 of his fights by knockout, has ended 17 inside the first round, he insists he spars with the elite names and is calling out credible contenders.The problem? Nobody has seen Lovejoy fight. Ever. His 19 professional fights span a total of just 22 rounds, a frankly staggering statistic considering that even Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder were extended further in their earliest bouts.But Lovejoy’s career exists in a vacuum – all of his fights took place in Tijuana, Mexico, an outlier to the professional boxing landscape against no-name opponents, of which all-but-one have lost more fights than they have won.The gentlest of prods to his impressive-looking résumé reveals potentially dark secrets making it impossible to know if this Las Vegas heavyweight is a serious menace or just a pretender.”The truth is, he might be an absolute beast or he may get found out,” promoter Eddie Hearn has said after his only interaction with Lovejoy ended in farce.Given an opportunity to prove his credentials against Dave Allen in October, Lovejoy was withdrawn at short notice due to contractual issues with the legendary promoter Don King, who once worked with Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson. Once more, Lovejoy remained hidden by a cloak of invisibility.”A lot of people want to see me get beat up,” Lovejoy tells Sky Sports. He has “unfinished business” and is out to prove that his destructive 19-0 record isn’t just paper-thin. 0:28 Dave Allen was set to fight Lovejoy – here’s his KO of Nick Webb Dave Allen was set to fight Lovejoy – here’s his KO of Nick Webb Lovejoy has had zero amateur bouts – he was living the street life, “heading in the wrong direction” as he calls it, when he saw heavyweight boxers on TV who didn’t measure up to his childhood heroes.”I’m a risk taker. I’ve got the size. So I went for it,” he says.He headed for the belly of the beast, Las Vegas, and began training at Floyd Mayweather’s gym with the legend’s father and uncle but with no meaningful reputation, he was unable to get a fight.He learned that opportunity existed in Tijuana, the city on the US-Mexican border. He had to pay out of his own pocket to feature on professional cards, he says.”It was the only route I had. It was on-the-job training. I was learning how to fight.”Lovejoy was losing money but was “investing in myself and my career” – this adventure began five years ago at such low-profile events that footage scarcely exists of the 19 KOs he has racked up.He concedes his first 10 opponents were poor but, hey, he was learning with no amateur background. He also admits that his fights haven’t been as easy as they seem.”I almost got knocked out in my first pro fight,” he says.”My first ever boxing match, the opponent was a little guy. As soon as the bell rings, he rushes me and throws a 30-punch combo!”He clips me, almost knocked me out. I had to gather myself then I knocked the guy out.”The matchmaker said after: ‘At least we know you’ve got a chin!'”In my sixth fight, the guy went a whole round with me. I was so tired. I was thinking: ‘If this goes another round, I don’t know what might happen’.”Luckily for Lovejoy, the opponent retired on his stool at the end of the first round.”After that I said: ‘I’ll never come here again unless I’m prepared to go the distance’.”An overview of his opponents quickly reveals that Juan Luis Lopez Alcaraz had won just four out of 29 fights, Martin Rodriguez four out of 31 and Esteban Sosa Vazquez two out of 16.Lovejoy has knocked out eight men who had never previously won a fight.He claims the quality of his opponents gradually increased but the most recent two had won a combined 18 of their 92 fights.”There are good fighters with bad records. And terrible fighters with good records,” he says.”They come to fight because they have a lot of pride. I know people who went down there and lost.”I know a heavyweight who went down to Mexico and lost by disqualification.”In Mexico, you’d better go for the knockout because you’re in their country. The judges don’t care about you.” What is the truth about Lovejoy’s sparring with Tyson Fury? The smoke and mirrors nature of Lovejoy’s 19-fight KO streak is the source of bemusement and conjecture, but he sees it as a good thing.”It’s an advantage because they overlook me,” he says.”I’m glad because, if all my footage was out there, I wouldn’t get any fights. I wouldn’t get called out. Dave Allen wouldn’t have accepted a fight with me.”There is some mystery with me – ‘can he really fight? Is he in shape?'”If I was in tip-top shape, was sparring the top guys and all my footage was out there, I would not get a fight.”There are politics in boxing and fighters are protected.”There is a particular whisper that, somewhere at some time, in a Las Vegas gym, he found himself in the ring with Tyson Fury. Their recollections of that moment, as you might expect, differ.Lovejoy says now: “There is a secret society in gyms.”‘Tyson Fury knocked him out! Or he knocked out Tyson Fury?'”It is a mystery and you don’t know unless you were there.”These are the rules of our brotherhood.”If I had a good day against one of the top guys, I would never say.” It is fair to point out that Lovejoy has honed his craft in sparring with Luis Ortiz, the two-time world title challenger to Deontay Wilder, as well as a host of US prospects.He is relentlessly challenging more established names than his own via social media – he balks at the suggestion that this is just self-promotion.Solomon Dacres, the Team GB amateur standout who will make his pro debut on March 20, live on Sky Sports, has challenged Lovejoy who hits back: “I will end his career before it even begins.” EVERYONE HAS A PLAN UNTIL YOU GET PUNCHED IN THE FACE— Christopher Lovejoy (@lovejoyboxing) February 8, 2021 His previous visit to the UK concluded with 4am crisis talks between Eddie Hearn and Don King to thrash out a deal for Lovejoy’s scheduled fight with Allen to go ahead. That sleepless night was ultimately futile but it has extended the mystery behind what Lovejoy, already aged 37, is truly capable of inside the ring.”I’m a really big guy with an [American football] background,” he warns. “I can bench and squat 400lbs. I can dunk a basketball, I can run fast, I am very powerful.”How powerful?”I’m up there with the best. In sparring, whenever I touch someone it changes the whole dynamic. As soon as I touch someone they fall.”Ask anyone who spars with me and they will say that I hit like a mule.”The power comes naturally.”Perhaps, just perhaps, the cynicism aimed at Lovejoy’s undefeated 19-fight record with 19 KOs is because his journey, where he paid from his own pocket for an opportunity in Mexico, is unusual and misunderstood. Perhaps. “I am a different breed,” he snarls. “A different animal. Nobody could do what I’ve done. What I’ve done is unheard of.”If they don’t believe in me, shame on them. People will be heartbroken.”

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Knox accepts ‘triple whammy’ penalty


“It’s just one of those horrible rules, there’s no advantage gained in any way. Ultimately we got it right and I did address the ball, so I should have been penalised. Obviously it’s a rule I wish they would eliminate”

By Keith Jackson
Last Updated: 15/02/21 1:17am

Russell Knox was penalised a shot on the first hole

Russell Knox put a brave face on as he reflected on a controversial rules incident which hampered his challenge for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am title.
Knox was just two shots behind overnight leader Jordan Spieth when he began his final round with a perfect tee shot down the middle of the first fairway, but his problems began as he began his pre-shot routine for his approach.The Scot was settling over the 160-yard shot when he noticed his ball move a fraction, and it moved again as he called for a rule official to assess the situation, unsure if he had caused the ball to move. Knox was informed of his penalty as he left the fifth tee Knox explained himself to the official, who cleared him of any wrongdoing at the time only for a further investigation to determine that Knox would be subject to a one-shot penalty, a decision he was informed of as he left the fifth tee.Whilst the 35-year-old took the blow with good grace, he admitted the news came at a very bad time as he had just suffered a horrible lip-out with his par putt on the fourth green before pulling his tee shot to the short fifth into a greenside bunker.Asked to explain the events of the first hole, Knox gave a firm indication of his mood when he said: “Yeah, I wanted to tee my ball up in the fairway to gain an advantage but sadly I got caught, which sucked! 1:57 Russell Knox was cleared of any wrongdoing after his ball moved before he hit his second shot to the first at Pebble Beach, but he was informed on the fifth tee that he would incur a one-shot penalty. Russell Knox was cleared of any wrongdoing after his ball moved before he hit his second shot to the first at Pebble Beach, but he was informed on the fifth tee that he would incur a one-shot penalty. “But, no, I just was getting comfortable a little. I guess I put the club down, moved up, a little waggle, came down and the ball just creeped a little bit, and then obviously I was deemed to have addressed it. And even after I kind of walked away, the ball still moved a little further, like 30 seconds later, which was weird.”It’s just one of those horrible rules which every one of us is against. There’s no advantage gained in any way, and it happened to Maverick McNealy yesterday, my playing partner, so it’s just, it’s one of those kind of horrible rules that got me on the first hole.”At first, the ruling was that I didn’t cause it to move, because it was such a grey area there, and ultimately we got it right and I did address the ball, so I should have been penalised. Obviously it’s a rule which I wish they would eliminate.” 2:30 Russell Knox explains how he incurred a one-shot penalty on the first hole of the final round at Pebble Beach, although he was not informed of the penalty until the fifth. Russell Knox explains how he incurred a one-shot penalty on the first hole of the final round at Pebble Beach, although he was not informed of the penalty until the fifth. Knox, who had birdied the second and third to get within a shot of the lead, admitted being told of his penalty on the fifth tee was a “triple whammy”, although he responded with a birdie at the sixth and also birdied 17 and 18 to fire a 70 and finish tied for seventh on 13 under par.”Sadly it was like the worst timing ever, probably, because I birdied two and birdied three and i was flying,” he added. “And then I hit it close on four and had a full horseshoe from three feet, and then I hit it in the worst spot ever on the fifth and got told walking up there. PGA Tour Golf February 15, 2021, 7:00pm Live on “So really I kind of went from three under to even par in about 30 seconds, so that was tough. It’s just one of those things that got me on edge all day, to be honest, starting that way.”It was like a triple whammy on No 5, but it’s one of those things. I mean, you have just got to take it on the chin. I battled away after that and I’m proud of my finish.”

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Spieth: I’ll end up on top soon


Jordan Spieth shakes off another disappointing final day and remains excited by his progress as he goes into next week’s Genesis Invitational “as confident as I’ve been in a long time”

By Keith Jackson
Last Updated: 15/02/21 2:05am

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Jordan Spieth’s long wait for another win goes on after a disappointing final day at Pebble Beach, but he vowed to continue his recent resurgence at Riviera next week.

Jordan Spieth’s long wait for another win goes on after a disappointing final day at Pebble Beach, but he vowed to continue his recent resurgence at Riviera next week.

Jordan Spieth vowed to “end up on top” as he reflected on being unable to convert a 54-hole lead into victory for the second week running on the PGA Tour.
Spieth’s three-and-a-half year wait for his 12th professional victory continues following a second erratic final round performance of the month, closing with a 70 at Pebble Beach to finish tied for third, and three shots behind champion Daniel Berger.The three-time major champion went into the final day with a two-shot advantage over the field, and he made a confident start with a birdie at the second before a wayward drive at the third ended in an awkward lie in a bunker to the right of the fairway. Spieth’s bogey at the 14th ended his challenge at Pebble Beach It was the first of a few bad breaks for the 27-year-old, who also faltered on the final day in Phoenix last week when a closing 72 left him two strokes adrift of Brooks Koepka.Despite still not being at his best, the former world No 1 dug deep to stay within a shot of the lead after a birdie at the 10th, but his race was run after a bogey-six at the long 14th, with a birdie-birdie finish giving him the consolation of a podium finish.Spieth remains encouraged by his recent resurgence, having slipped as low as 92nd in the world rankings after missing the cut at Torrey Pines, and he believes he can continue his progress next week in the Genesis Invitational at Riviera Country Club, a classic layout he described as “arguably my favourite golf course in the world”. Get the best prices and book a round at one of 1,700 courses across the UK & Ireland “It’s not mental. I’m as confident as I’ve been in a long time,” said Spieth. “Not only the current outlook but also looking forward. So it’s still mechanics, that’s still dragging on.”I made some really, really good swings this week under pressure and I made some not so good swings under pressure and there were more good ones than there were last week.”So as I go into next week at arguably my favourite golf course in the world, at Riviera, I look to have more swings that I know are getting into position, hitting the spots I know that I can kind of turn and burn from than I had this week. Spieth has held the 54-hole lead two weeks running “If I look back at Friday night in San Diego and you tell me I was going to share the 54 and have the 54-hole lead two weeks in a row and really just fight, finish strong to both weeks, I would have said you’re crazy, to be honest. “I was not in a great head space following that missed cut there and just did some really phenomenal work from Sunday through Wednesday of last week that was probably the best period of a few days of work that I’ve put in in a long time.”It just got me believing in what I was doing and progressing forward. That’s really what I continue to say is just progressing forward and if I put myself in the position of leading after 54 holes enough times, especially with how I know I’m going to fight even if it’s not going my way, I’ll end up on top one of these days.” PGA Tour Golf February 15, 2021, 7:00pm Live on

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Lashley boils over after four-putt


Tied for the lead with three holes remaining at Pebble Beach, Nate Lashley missed the green and then four-putted to run up a triple-bogey seven before taking out his frustration on the green.

By Keith Jackson
Last Updated: 15/02/21 1:39am

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Nate Lashley was tied for the lead with three holes to play at Pebble Beach until he four-putted at the 16th and ran up a triple-bogey seven.

Nate Lashley was tied for the lead with three holes to play at Pebble Beach until he four-putted at the 16th and ran up a triple-bogey seven.

Nate Lashley lost control of his composure and his putting stroke as he four-putted the 16th green at Pebble Beach to throw away his chances of victory on the final day.
Lashley had been a front-runner for much of the final round after a four-birdie front nine, and another birdie at the 11th lifted him to the top of the leaderboard on 16 under par.The world No 115, who overcame the tragic death of his parents and girlfriend in a plane crash to win the Rocket Mortgage Classic in 2019, remained tied for the lead with Daniel Berger until taking himself out of contention with a series of errors three holes from home. Lashley took four putts to get down from 12 feet After a perfect tee shot left him a little over 150 yards for his second, Lashley’s adrenaline-fuelled eight-iron flew the green and came to rest in the rough over the back, from where he did well to pitch to 12 feet and give himself a fighting chance to save par.But his bold putt wandered four feet past the cup, and he needed three more jabs to get his ball to drop, ending his challenge for a second PGA Tour title. PGA Tour Golf February 15, 2021, 7:00pm Live on And he also let his fiery temper get the better of him, angrily slamming his putter head into the green as he trudged to the 17th tee with a triple-bogey seven on his card. Lashley did manage to regain his senses and birdie the last to finish tied for fifth, only his third top-10 result since his breakthrough win in Detroit, but it was scant consolation having been in a great position to win.Watch the video above to see how it all went wrong for Nate Lashley on the 16th at Pebble Beach …

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Eagle lands Berger Pebble Beach title


After finishing his third round with a double-bogey seven, Daniel Berger eagles the 18th at Pebble Beach with a 30-foot putt securing a two-shot victory over Maverick McNealy, with Jordan Spieth unable to hang onto his overnight lead

By Keith Jackson
Last Updated: 14/02/21 11:25pm

Daniel Berger eagled the last hole to close out a 65

Daniel Berger holed a big eagle putt on the 72nd green to land the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am title as Jordan Spieth’s bid for a first win since 2017 came up short once again.
Just 24 hours after closing out his third round with a double-bogey seven after blocking his drive out of bounds, Berger arrived on the 18th tee tied for the lead with Maverick McNealy, the leader in the clubhouse at 16 under par.But Berger took full advantage of the tees being moved up for the final round as he followed a perfect drive with a 250-yard second to 30 feet, and the putt had just enough pace to reach its destination as he provided a grandstand finish to a seven-under 65. McNealy had to settle for second place, his first top-10 since August, with Spieth finishing tied for fourth for the second week running having taken a two-shot lead into the final round, while Nate Lashley was left to count the cost of a four-putt from four feet on the 16th green when he was tied for the lead on the tee.Full report to follow …

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Teen star steals show for Storm | Bath and Sirens win


Sophie Kelly, a 16-year-old debutant, looked right at home on a Vitality Netball Superleague court

Surrey Storm, Team Bath Netball and Strathclyde Sirens all secured victories on the second day of the Vitality Netball Superleague season in Wakefield on Saturday.
The trio joined Leeds Rhinos Netball and Manchester Thunder in making winning starts to their 2021 campaigns as a bumper weekend of action continued at Studio 001.London rivals Storm and Pulse duked out a thrilling first match of the day, with Storm coming out on top, before Team Bath Netball showcased their title credentials against Dragons. Last on court, were Severn Stars and Strathclyde Sirens. The two did not disappoint as they pushed each other to the wire, before Sirens secured victory.The bumper start to the season continues on Sunday with three more matches all available to watch via the Sky Sports YouTube channel, before Monday’s two contests are live on Sky Sports Mix.Kelly fires Storm to opening winSurrey Storm edged out London Pulse in a thrilling contest to start Saturday’s action in Wakefield, 16-year-old Sophie Kelly the hero for Mikki Austin’s teamThe teams had met in one of the few games to be contested in the 2020 season and, after Pulse won 12 months ago, it was Storm who gained their revenge with a 42-40 victory. Kelly, part of the England U17 and U19 squads, came on to make her Superleague debut when Storm’s starting goal attack Emma Magee suffered a painful leg injury after just four minutes, but the teenager was never fazed.Having made a blistering start to the cancelled 2020 season, Pulse were keen to pick up where they had left off but it was Storm who started the faster, responding to Lefebre Rademan opening the scoring with a blistering run of seven unanswered goals.Trailing by four after the opening 12 minutes, Pulse then fell six behind before they were finally able to chip away at Surrey’s advantage. Coach Sam Bird turned to Kira Rothwell for Rademan as she tried to get some control against a Storm defence which had Leah Middleton and Niamh Cooper impressing. Belying her age, the 16-year-old slotted in seamlessly alongside Karyn Bailey to keep Storm competitive throughout a physical match-up and it was fitting she scored the goal that sealed victory in the final seconds Sigi Burger drew Pulse within one and Rothwell was on hand to level the scores for the first time since the opening exchanges, but Storm recalibrated and held on to lead by two at half-time.Pulse continued to create the clear-cut openings, but were wasteful in the shooting circle, in contrast Karyn Bailey and Kelly were relentless in taking the chances that came their way. Midway through the third quarter Pulse managed to sneak their way into a lead for the first time since the opening score thanks to a three-goal burst from Burger.Bird’s team held onto their advantage, Olivia Tchine helping them into a one-goal lead going into the final quarter and then a two-goal advantage through the early stages of the last 12 minutes. At 16-years-old, Sophie Kelly looked right at home on a @NetballSL court. 👏Outstanding @SurreyStorm debut from @mikki_austin’s GA – what a platform it sets for her.The bit that makes us feel just a tad old… she was born in 2005! 😄— Sky Sports Netball (@SkyNetball) February 13, 2021 Storm drew level at 35-35 and made their decisive move in a low-scoring contest with a 5-1 run giving them a lead which Pulse could not overturn – despite a couple of late chances to force a draw that typified their afternoon’s work with the feed into the circle letting them down.It was not to be for Pulse who are back in action next Sunday, while Storm look to maintain a 100 per cent start in less than 24 hours when they face Saracens Mavericks. Vitality Superleague – Round One fixtures & results Friday Celtic Dragons 35-65 Leeds Rhinos Strathclyde Sirens 36-53 Manchester Thunder Saturday London Pulse 40-42 Surrey Storm Team Bath 61-29 Celtic Dragons Strathclyde Sirens 36-30 Severn Stars Confident first outing from title hopefuls BathAnna Stembridge’s Bath outfit, like Pulse and Thunder, had enjoyed a flawless start to the 2020 season before its cancellation, and they underlined why they are among the favourites for the title with a 61-29 win over the Dragons.Early on both teams made mistakes, as many have done after so long without competitive action. But as the opening quarter wore on, Bath began to up their tempo in attack and work their full-court press well. On her Superleague return, England co-captain Serena Guthrie enjoyed a great deal of space in the goal third and thrived, feeding the potent partnership of Sophie Drakeford-Lewis and Kim Borger effortlessly.The result of Bath’s slick work was a six-goal advantage, but as Annika Lee-Jones started to use her height more in the circle and Dragons looked to Amy Clinton earlier in attack, the Welsh team finished the first quarter strongly to hold Bath to a 13-9 advantage. The start of the second quarter saw Eboni Usoro-Brown, who has been documenting her journey back to elite netball after giving birth, return to court and the seasoned international fitted effortlessly into the Bath defensive end. The most decorated side in Superleague history then put their foot on the gas.Imogen Allison worked hard in defence, while Borger got the better of Lee-Jones up front, and, as was the case on Friday night against the Rhinos, Dragons found themselves staring at a large half-time deficit. 61-29 Bath win. No Guscoth today and no Bath ‘starting 7’ and whole squad took to court 👀👀👀 not bad 😂🤷🏼‍♀️Im definitely sticking @SkyNetball— Tamsin Greenway (@tamsingreenway) February 13, 2021 At 31-15 down, Tania Hoffman used the break to make wholesale changes. Christina Shaw showed her versatility as she moved from WD to GK, while Claire Jones donned the WD bib, with Sophie Morgan and Shona O’Dwyer completing a new-look mid-court. They were slick, really slick. Bath were accurate, composed and they made their possession count. What I also loved was their work in their defensive end, for example Imogen Allison turned over so much ball in that first half. In what looks like becoming a theme through the congested season, Stembridge also decided that the third quarter was the time to mix things up, with Betsy Creek, Charlie Curtis and Abi Robson arriving in place of Borger, Tash Pavelin and Guthrie.The changes did little to loosen Bath’s hold on the game, instead their speed of play and pressure emptied a tired Dragons energy reserves and they charged over the finish line, with plenty in the tank for Sunday’s mouthwatering clash against Loughborough. Vitality Superleague – Round Two fixtures Sunday Team Bath vs Loughborough Lightning Surrey Storm vs Saracens Mavericks Severn Stars vs Wasps Monday Loughborough Lightning vs Wasps Saracens Mavericks vs Leeds Rhinos Sirens show composure to edge StarsStrathclyde Sirens built on the positives of their first match on Friday night and edged out Seven Stars 36-30 in a cracking contest to finish the day.It was clear from the onset that the match was going to be hotly contested from post to post. Brilliant opening weekend @SirensNetball 😊 think teams will be taking note for sure 👀 apart from my gals @Lynsey_G & @bethgoodwin47 smashing it as always..SO impressed with Taylor Cullen in defence AND attack 👏🏽🚨— sam murphy (@saam_murphy) February 13, 2021 Despite good pressure from Lucy Herdman, Sirens’ Bethan Goodwin and Lyndsey Gallagher remained confident with their shots and, at the other end, Liana Leota set the tone for Stars with her feeds into Georgia Rowe.Although Sirens found a two-goal edge midway through the quarter, they were hauled back in and just a single goal separated them after the opening 12 minutes. In the second quarter, Towera Vinkhumbo did her utmost to provide Sirens with the ball they needed to fully break free, but Stars stayed firm.As the quarter played out, it remained tense and tight before the Scottish outfit finished stronger and created a 19-16 half-time advantage. Saturday done & dusted. Sirens👏🏼👏🏼Patience in attack, hustle in defence. So many chances to push on so getting over the line will fill them with so much confidence. Stars need to regroup quickly as they face wasps tomorrow, they just never found the attacking answers @SkyNetball— Tamsin Greenway (@tamsingreenway) February 13, 2021 After the interval. Melissa Bessell introduced Lucy Harris at C and Iman Thomas at GD, while Karen Atkinson decided to stick with the same line-up. Sirens’ consistency paid dividends, as Vinkhumbo put doubt in Stars’ minds, and the Scottish outfit duly created a four-goal cushion.From a position of 26-22 in their favour, the final quarter was a test of nerve for Sirens and Stars.The introduction of 18-year-old shooter Goodwin proved to be a masterstroke from Sirens’ technical director Atkinson and that change in attack turned the game. Goodwin created a great target in the circle and although Stars never gave up, Sirens were able to finally move away and secure the victory they desired.Sky Sports is your home of netball. The Vitality Netball Superleague continues on Sunday at 2pm on Sky Sports’ YouTube Channel. Every contest will be available to watch across Sky Sports, the Sky Sports YouTube channel or England Netball’s YouTube channel.

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Spieth leads Berger at Pebble Beach


Jordan Spieth holds a one-shot lead over Daniel Berger as he chases first victory since The Open in 2017; English duo Paul Casey and Tom Lewis three strokes back in tied-fourth alongside Patrick Cantlay

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Last Updated: 13/02/21 12:02am

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A look back at the best of the action from Jordan Spieth’s second-round 67 at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

A look back at the best of the action from Jordan Spieth’s second-round 67 at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

Jordan Spieth continued his resurgence in form to move into a one-shot lead at the halfway stage of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
The three-time major champion followed an opening-round 65 at Pebble Beach with a five-under 67 at Spyglass Hill on Friday, birdieing four of his last six holes to head into the weekend on 12 under.Spieth – without a win since The Open in 2017 and in danger of dropping out of the world’s top 100 until a tied-fourth finish at last week’s Waste Management Phoenix Open – holds a narrow advantage over Daniel Berger, who made an eagle and three birdies in a five-hole stretch on his way to a six-under 66 at Pebble Beach. Daniel Berger is chasing a fourth PGA Tour victory Sweden’s Henrik Norlander sits two strokes back in third, while English duo Paul Casey and Tom Lewis are three shots off the pace in tied-fourth alongside first-round leader Patrick Cantlay.Beginning on the back nine and in breezier conditions than the opening day, Spieth started with four straight pars before following a five-foot birdie at the 14th by pitching to close range and picking up a shot at the 17th. Jordan Spieth mixed six birdies with a lone bogey during his second round at Pebble Beach Spieth bounced back from a three-putt bogey at the first to post back-to-back gains from the fourth, with a two-putt birdie at the par-five seventh and long-range birdie at the eighth seeing him set the clubhouse target.Berger made a steady start to his round at Pebble Beach but went on a blistering run of scoring over his second nine, draining a 25-footer at the third and converting a 15-foot birdie from the fringe at the fifth. Live PGA Tour Golf February 13, 2021, 6:00pm Live on The world No 15 chipped in for eagle from just off the sixth green and added a 15-foot birdie at the iconic par-three seventh, before holing a 10-footer to save par at the eighth and stay within one of the lead.Cantlay was unable to replicate his record-equalling 62 from the first round, as he double-bogeyed his opening hole on his way to a one-over 73 to drop the American back to nine under. Patrick Cantlay heads into the weekend three strokes adrift Lewis briefly got within two of the lead until he posted bogeys either side of a chip-in eagle at Spyglass Hill’s seventh hole, while Casey birdied the last to close a second-round 67 at Pebble Beach. Scotland’s Russell Knox is four back on eight under, while Phil Mickelson – a five-time winner at Pebble Beach – dropped four shots in a three-hole stretch on his back nine and then quadruple-bogeyed the last to shoot 80 and miss the cut.Watch the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am throughout the weekend live on Sky Sports. Live coverage continues on Saturday with Featured Groups from 4pm on Sky Sports Golf. Get the best prices and book a round at one of 1,700 courses across the UK & Ireland

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Cantlay two ahead at Pebble Beach


World No 11 Patrick Cantlay posted a 10-under 62 to move two ahead at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am; Henrik Norlander tied-second with Akshay Bhatia, while Jordan Spieth sits three strokes behind after an opening-round 65

By Ali Stafford
Last Updated: 11/02/21 11:46pm

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A look back at the best of the action from a low-scoring opening day at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in California

A look back at the best of the action from a low-scoring opening day at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in California

Patrick Cantlay produced a blistering run of scoring to open up a two-shot lead after the opening round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Cantlay birdied seven of his opening eight holes on his way to a bogey-free 62 at Pebble Beach, one of two courses being used at the event, to set the pace after a low-scoring day in California.The world No 11’s closest challenge comes from teenager Akshay Bhatia and Sweden’s Henrik Norlander, who both carded opening 64s, while Jordan Spieth is in the group three off the pace after continuing his upturn in form with a seven-under 65. Patrick Cantlay is looking for a second victory of the season, having won the Zozo Championship in October Cantlay started with three consecutive birdies and rolled in from 12-feet at the fifth for the first of four straight gains, with the American reaching the turn in 29 and picking a shot from eight feet at the 11th.The highest-ranked player in the field ending a run of pars by converting from eight feet at the par-three 17th to regain the solo lead, before getting up and down at the last to register a tenth birdie of the day and match the course record held by Tom Kite and David Duval. Patrick Cantlay records a first-round 62 at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.Two of the three lowest scores of Cantlay’s TOUR career have come in his last two rounds: 60, 2011 Travelers Championship (R2)61, 2021 The American Express (R4)62, 2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (R1)— PGA TOUR Communications (@PGATOURComms) February 11, 2021 “I think we got Pebble in pretty much ideal conditions and I don’t think it’s going to be like that the rest of the week,” Cantlay said. “The greens were good this morning and receptive, and so I hit a lot of good shots just right out of the gate and made everything.”Bhatia found every green in regulation – becoming only the fourth player in the past 25 years to achieve that at Pebble Beach – to post a bogey-free start, with Norlander also tied-second after four birdies in his last six holes took him to eight under. Live PGA Tour Golf February 12, 2021, 4:30pm Live on Spieth, looking to build on last week’s tied-fourth finish at the Phoenix Open, began with successive birdies and added another at the par-five sixth but then made his only bogey of the day at the eighth.The three-time major champion holed out for eagle from the tenth fairway and then claimed three more birdies over his closing holes to get to seven under alongside Nate Lashley, who drained a 40-foot eagle on his final hole. 1:12 Jordan Spieth made an early move up the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am leaderboard with an impressive hole-out eagle during his opening round in California Jordan Spieth made an early move up the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am leaderboard with an impressive hole-out eagle during his opening round in California Will Gordon was the pick of the players at Spyglass Hill and sits in the share of sixth on six under, with Russell Knox and Tom Lewis – who birdied three of his last four holes – also four off the pace. “I probably hit the worst first tee shot of my, maybe my professional career,” Knox said. “I hit a five-wood and hit like four inches behind the ball and hit it 40 yards offline to the right, so kind of set the tone for the day. But I was able to settle down after that and play some really good golf.”Watch the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am throughout the week on Sky Sports. Live coverage continues on Friday with Featured Groups from 4.30pm on Sky Sports Golf.

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