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first_img Early goals from Tomas O Se and Jordan Kiely helped the Kingdom to a 2-3 to 0-4 interval lead. They tightened their grip on their game in the second half, with Killian Spillane and Shane Ryan steering over the points that sealed a place in the decider. Kerry booked their place in the Munster MFC final with a comfortable 2-18 to 0-7 win over Tipperary at Thurles. Press Associationlast_img read more

first_imgGARY Kirsten is the “right man” to become England’s next head coach, according to former South Africa team-mate Lance Klusener.Kirsten, who has had spells in charge of India and South Africa, is reportedly in talks with England director of cricket Ashley Giles.“What is he going to bring? Loads and loads of experience,” Klusener told Stumped on the BBC World Service.“He brings winning, so that for me is vitally important.”Former opening batsman Kirsten, 51, led India to their World Cup triumph in 2011 and was in charge of South Africa when they went top of the Test rankings the following year.He has also coached Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League (IPL) and Hobart Hurricanes in Australia’s Big Bash.“Gary’s won the World Cup. He’s the right man for the job,” said former all-rounder Klusener, who was appointed Afghanistan head coach last week.“He brings experience in coaching the big T20 leagues around the world. He’s one of those guys that when they do stand up and speak, people tend to listen, and he’s had that ability since I used to play with him.”England are looking for a replacement for Australian Trevor Bayliss, who left after four years in charge at the end of the summer.Under Bayliss, England won the World Cup for the first time but their performances in Test cricket stagnated.Giles has said that he wants a renewed focus on red-ball cricket.“Can you lift England white-ball cricket much more?” Klusener said. “What they’ve done is fantastic but their challenge is in Test cricket.“Kirsten was a phenomenal Test cricketer himself, so he knows exactly what’s needed.”England begin their tour of New Zealand later this month, playing five Twenty20s and two Tests in November. (BBC Sport).last_img read more

first_imgSyracuse tight end Trey Dunkelberger will transfer from the Orange, per multiple reports. JUCO Frenzy first reported the news on Twitter. Syracuse.com reported Dunkelberger will transfer after graduating in the winter.He hasn’t appeared in a game this year.Dunkelberger transferred to Syracuse after playing his 2014 freshman season at Pierce College. He played in one game under Scott Shafer’s staff in 2015. Then when Dino Babers arrived, Dunkelberger switched over to defensive end for spring practice. He moved back to tight end during training camp and is currently listed as a tight end.With Dunkelberger’s departure, the Orange is currently thin at tight end looking ahead to next year. Kyle Kleinberg, a sophomore, is the only one in the position group who is set to return. Kendall Moore, Josh Parris and Cameron MacPherson are all on their final seasons of eligibility. Kleinberg came to Syracuse as a preferred walk-on linebacker. He made the switch to tight end this summer.Tyler Provo exited last spring’s practices as the fourth-string tight end but was medically disqualified. Former five-star tight end Chris Clark was going to transfer from UCLA to Syracuse, he said in October 2015, but Scott Shafer pulled his scholarship offer.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 20, 2016 at 6:31 pm Contact Jon: jrmettus@syr.edu | @jmettuslast_img read more

first_img SUBSCRIBE TO US Last Updated: 25th December, 2019 12:36 IST Offensive Line Dance: Broncos Shuffling Around Linemen So they called an Uber driver. Jake Rodgers didn’t even charge them surge pricing, either. WATCH US LIVE First Published: 25th December, 2019 12:36 IST COMMENT So they called an Uber driver. Jake Rodgers didn’t even charge them surge pricing, either.The journeyman Rodgers, who’s relied on the ride-hailing service in the past to make ends meet, was summoned from the sideline Sunday against Detroit when Elijah Wilkinson hobbled out of the game with an ankle injury. Rodgers, who’s been a backup most of the season,The offensive line could be a makeshift unit again Sunday in Denver’s regular-season finale against Oakland. Ja’Wuan James said he will not play because of a torn ligament in his left knee and Wilkinson remains questionable. Ron Leary is sidelined by a concussion.Rookie Dalton Riser figures to be back at left guard after being pulled at halftime in a win over Detroit because of the flu. He just didn’t have the stamina and took a seat for Patrick Morris, who played in his first NFL game.Morris performed well, too. The jumbled offensive line kept rookie quarterback Drew Lock safe all afternoon. They also opened up big holes for Phillip Lindsay, who rushed for 109 yards and a game-sealing score.Hence, a game ball for Morris and Rodgers, a player who’s been released/waived around a dozen times throughout his career.”He went out there and did a great job,” Lindsay said of Rodgers. “He had to sit the whole year and then got thrown in there … he was prepared.”For that, Rodgers credits a resilient spirit. Since finishing his career at Eastern Washington, Rodgers has bounced around the league. He’s been signed and let go by Atlanta, New York Giants, Carolina, Pittsburgh (several times), Los Angeles Chargers, Houston, Baltimore and briefly even by Denver. But the Broncos brought him back to their practice squad on Sept. 2 and 12 days later added him to the active roster.In between all the signings and releases, Rodgers stayed in shape by working out with a personal trainer. To defray the costs, he’s at times relied on Uber as he drove his GMC Yukon around Spokane, Washington.”I felt like I was ready when the opportunity presented itself,” Rodgers said.He may be in there again this weekend. Possibly Austin Schlottmann, too, who was filling in for Leary at right guard.With Risner’s health improving, that may not be the case with Morris, a player Denver signed on Dec. 3 after he was waived by Pittsburgh.”I look at this as just the beginning,” said Morris, who was brought in by the Steelers as a 2018 undrafted free agent out of Texas Christian. “Hopefully I look back at it in 12 years and say, ‘That’s where it all started.’ It was fun to be back out there.”Riser fully expects to be back in the lineup. He only reluctantly exited Sunday after dealing with the flu.”I felt tired. I felt weak. I felt like I had no energy to be able to move a 300-pound man down the field,” Risner explained. “Better every single day.”There are powerful incentives on the line for the Broncos this weekend: They have a chance to finish the season with two straight wins, run Lock’s record as a starter to 4-1 and ruin the Raiders’ flickering postseason chances.“There’s something special getting built around here,” Risner said. “I’ve bought into that and I think a lot of guys have as well.”And that’s partly why James is shutting it down. He’s got a balky left knee and wants to take the time to get it healed for 2020. James, who signed a four-year, $51 million deal in the offseason, was limited to three games this season. His plan to is to avoid surgery, begin rehab on the knee and return next season to show he was worth the investment.“Not even from a money standpoint,” James said. “Just from a standpoint of I wanted to come here and make an impact on this team.”NOTES: A Denver native, Lindsay said he appreciates being so close to family around the holidays. “I do a pretty good job at getting the presents around. Hopefully they like them this year,” he cracked. … CB Chris Harris Jr. reflected Tuesday on this possibly being his final time suiting up for the Broncos. He was signed by Denver as a college free agent in 2011. “I’m just so thankful for the Broncos. I had a great nine years here,” Harris said.___More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL center_img LIVE TV Associated Press Television News Written By FOLLOW USlast_img read more