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23 May 2019 14:55
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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cricket

    The Warriors have slumped to a fourth consecutive NRL defeat, losing 36-18 to Newcastle at home

    The Warriors have slumped to a fourth consecutive NRL defeat, losing 36-18 to Newcastle at home

    Despite levelling the scores early in the second half after trailing by eight, the home side conceded three unanswered tries in the final 25 minutes.

    Parramatta have come from behind to beat St George-Illawarra 32-18.

    More than 15 hours of legal jousting hasn't been enough for the three-person panel to resolve the Israel Folau code-of-conduct issue with Rugby Australia.

    The hearing resumes in Sydney tomorrow after a weekend stalemate.

    A record one-day international cricket opening partnership in Dublin.

    West Indies openers John Campbell and Shai Hope have posted 365 in a 196-run win over Ireland.

    Campbell - who's not in the Windies World Cup squad - made 179 off 137 balls and Hope 170 off 152.

    The Kane Williamson-led Sunrisers Hyderabad are into cricket's Indian Premier League play-offs.

    They've made the top-four courtesy of the Mumbai Indians defeating the Kolkata Knight Riders by nine wickets in the final round robin match, chasing 134 to win.

    New Zealand has felt the collateral impact of the Australian and Indian cricket boards colliding over scheduling.

    This summer's three Chappell-Hadlee Trophy one-day internationals hosted by Australia have been shifted from January to March, the latest they have hosted a series outside a World Cup in more than 40 years.

    India's BCCI has insisted it host Australia in an ODI series in mid-January, despite the move conflicting with the Future Tours Programme.

    A strong second quarter from the Mainland Tactix has secured a 53-48 victory in their ANZ Premiership netball match against the Northern Stars.

    The top four in the English Premier League is all but confirmed, after Manchester United and Arsenal dropped points to bottom-four sides.

    United's been held to 1-all by Huddersfield, while the Gunners have drawn 1-all with 17th placed Brighton.

    United is four points off the top four with a game to play, while Arsenal's Champions League hopes are essentially extinguished as they require a win on the last day, Tottenham losing and an eight goal swing in differential.

    Chelsea's safe in the Champions League spots, after a 3-nil win over Watford.

    Adelaide United's Ben Halloran has produced a 119th-minute winner to send his side into the A-League semi-finals at Melbourne City's expense.

    Andrew Nicholson has finished the best of the New Zealanders at the Badminton horse trials, coming fifth on Swallow Springs.

    British rider Piggy French has won her maiden five-star title, triumphing on Vanir Kamira.

    John Higgins leads Judd Trump 5-4 in the best-of-35-frame snooker world championship final at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre.

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