Hurricane Lane too classy for St Leger rivals at Doncaster | Racing News

Hurricane Lane ran out a deeply impressive winner of the Cazoo St Leger at Doncaster. Trained by Charlie Appleby and ridden by William Buick, the Irish Derby and Grand Prix de Paris winner was sent off the 8-11 favourite on his step up to an extended mile and three-quarters on Town Moor. Ridden with restraint through the early stages as Hollie Doyle and Interpretation set a fair gallop, Hurricane Lane was clearly travelling with ease at the top of the straight. Mojo Star was the first to go for home,…

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Large-scale millers violated agreements: President’s Spokesman (VIDEO)

Large-scale paddy mill owners have reduced their daily rice production and distribution by more than 50 per cent in recent days, announced President’s Spokesman Kingsley Rathnayake. A public acknowledgement made by the large-scale mill owners promising that they have understood the crisis befell the country and will not be embarrassing the government has now been violated, Rathnayake noted. “Everyone understands that this is an unbearable injustice to the consumer who is suffering from the Covid-19 pandemic. During the raids carried out by the Commissioner General…

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St Mark’s Basilica lands epic Irish Champion Stakes | Racing News

St Mark’s Basilica landed the odds in a pulsating renewal of the Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown. Having his first race since winning the Coral-Eclipse Stakes at Sandown 10 weeks ago, St Mark’s Basilica (5-6 favourite) showed his trademark brilliance to overcome two Group One winners in Tarnawa and Poetic Flare in an absorbing tactical affair for the mile-and-a-quarter showpiece. Aidan O’Brien’s crack three-year-old colt had missed the Juddmonte International at York due to a setback – but was able to show his superiority to add this race to his…

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West Ham United Women 1 – 1 Aston Villa Women

Remi Allen’s late strike saw Aston Villa Women deny West Ham Women their first home win since February 2020, drawing 1-1 in the Women’s Super League. Heading into the game, Olli Harder’s side had not found the net in around 600 minutes of football, but very soon after kick-off, Leon (8) – fresh from her Olympic gold with Canada – turned home after a poor defensive error from Aston Villa. But the visitors soon found their feet in the WSL match-up. Aston Villa had numerous chances – debutant Emily Gielnik…

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Afghanistan: Former US ambassador says leaving ‘pulled the plumbing’ of Afghan forces

Karl Eikenberry, former US Ambassador to Afghanistan, told BBC News the retreat of US forces “pulled the plumbing” out of Afghan security forces. Mr Eikenberry said the way the Afghan army had been developed by the United States had left them dependent on US intelligence, technology and firepower, which contributed to the rapid collapse in control. Source link–!Thank You !–

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Central Bank moves: Tears and joys

The Sri Lankan rupee is coming crashing down. Finance Minister Basil Rajapaksa himself admitted this in parliament, in the debate on just a one percent fine on those who cheat the country in millions, both in rupees and foreign exchange. That is the reality of this Saubhagya Lanka. A key move to curb the drop of the rupee is the Monetary Board’s new cash-margin-deposit against the import of non-essential, non-urgent goods. Is this the biggest move of the current Governor of the Central Bank, before he moves out, making way…

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Connor Goldson: Self-isolating Rangers defender misses St Johnstone match | Football News

Rangers defender Connor Goldson will miss Saturday’s Scottish Premiership match against St Johnstone as he is self-isolating, says Steven Gerrard. Gers boss Gerrard was forced to miss games against Alashkert and Celtic because he was self-isolating after an outbreak of Covid-19 at the club. “It’s not ideal and I don’t want to experience it again,” said Gerrard. “I never came here to sit in a bedroom and manage remotely. It was certainly a different experience for sure.” Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player Highlights of the…

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20 years on from 9/11 a trial like no other begins at Guantanamo Bay

“They’ve got legal motions they want to talk to us about. They’ve got printouts from advocacy websites. Ammar, for example, will often ask us to print out recent material from his ongoing campaign with Amnesty International so he can discuss it,” says Ms Pradhan, indicating just how engaged all five defendants are in the direction their legal cases take. Source link–!Thank You !–

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Italian GP: Lewis Hamilton fastest, Carlos Sainz crashes Ferrari in final practice before Monza’s F1 Sprint

Watch the F1 Sprint – an 18-lap dash that will set the grid for Sunday’s Italian GP – live on Sky Sports F1 at 3.30pm, with build-up from 2.25pm By Matt Morlidge Last Updated: 11/09/21 12:13pm Carlos Sainz’s huge crash in his Ferrari brought out the red flag during second practice at the Italian Grand Prix Carlos Sainz’s huge crash in his Ferrari brought out the red flag during second practice at the Italian Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton continued Mercedes’ dominant weekend at the Italian GP by topping final practice…

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PHIs ready to vaccinate children

Public Health Inspector’s Association’s President Upul Rohana stated that the PHIs would be ready to vaccinate children over the age of 12 in any event was a decision to reopen schools made. Accordingly, Rohana added that these children should be vaccinated before the reopening of the schools. The process can be concluded covering all children within a very short period of time, if the relevant doses of the vaccines are provided, he noted. “If a decision is made to reopen schools in the future, we…

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Charlie Dean gets England Women call-up for one-day internartonal series against New Zealand | Cricket News

England have named a squad of 15 for their three-match ODI series against New Zealand with uncapped 20-year-old off-spinner Charlie Dean included; Danni Wyatt also in the squad after being left out of ODIs versus India earlier in the summer By PA Media Last Updated: 11/09/21 11:03am Charlie Dean has been named in England’s ODI squad to play New Zealand Southern Vipers off-spinner Charlie Dean has been included in the England Women’s squad for the Royal London one-day international series against New Zealand. The 20-year-old has been named in a…

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Tony Yoka storms to stoppage victory over Petar Milas to extend his unbeaten rise in the heavyweight division | Boxing News

Tony Yoka knocked Petar Milas down twice and ended their heavyweight fight in the seventh round on Friday night in Paris. The Frenchman thrilled his home crowd by extending his undefeated record to 10 fights – he has won four times in the past year as he ascends up the heavyweight division. Milas, previously unbeaten, made the opening rounds of the fight competitive and could be seen talking to Yoka, who is promoted by Top Rank. Sky customers: Buy Joshua vs UsykNon-Sky customers: Buy Joshua vs Usyk Image: Tony Yoka…

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