Louis Lynagh: England add Harlequins wing to Autumn Nations Series squad ahead of Tonga opener | Rugby Union News

Harlequins’ Louis Lynagh – son of Australia great Michael Lynagh – has been added to the England squad; the wing was a part of an extended England training group in September before being cut when Eddie Jones named an initial 34-man squad By PA Media Last Updated: 31/10/21 9:43pm Louis Lynagh has been called into the England squad ahead of their match against Tonga England have added Harlequins wing Louis Lynagh to their squad for the Autumn Nations Series that opens against Tonga on Saturday. Lynagh, the son of Australia…

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Atlanta Falcons’ Calvin Ridley to step away from football for mental health reasons | NFL News

Falcons wide receiver Calvin Ridley made the announcement after being ruled inactive for Sunday’s loss against the Carolina Panthers due to a personal matter; “I need to step away from football at this time and focus on my mental wellbeing” Last Updated: 31/10/21 10:07pm Calvin Ridley is taking time away from the NFL for his mental wellbeing Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Calvin Ridley announced on Sunday he needs to step away from football to focus on his mental health. He made the announcement over Twitter after he was ruled inactive…

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Vienna Open: Alexander Zverev beats Frances Tiafoe for title

Alexander Zverev last won five tour titles in 2017 Alexander Zverev continued his dominant form since the summer, beating Frances Tiafoe 7-5 6-4 in the Vienna Open final. Germany’s Zverev, 24, edged the 23-year-old American qualifier in two tight sets to claim his fifth tour level title this season. The pair traded breaks before Olympic champion Zverev broke at the end of the first set to lead. He pressured Tiafoe throughout the second set, breaking to love to win. Zverev has won all five finals he has contested this season,…

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M.S. de Silva, Lanka’s first (successful) journalist/entrepreneur

The 20th death anniversary of M.S. de Silva, the only Lankan journalist in my memory, who left journalism and carved out a business empire, fell two days ago. His wife, Karuna, asked me to write something about this ever smiling man, always in his trademark whites, who never forgot his friends whatever heights he scaled. Immensely proud of his southern roots, he was one of the many entrepreneurs in this country, born south of the Bentara river, who made a name for himself as a business baron. This, like others…

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Dean Smith labels Ezri Konsa red card incorrect after 10-man Aston Villa suffer fourth straight defeat to West Ham | Football News

Aston Villa manager Dean Smith accused referee Chris Kavanagh of getting the big decisions wrong as Ezri Konsa’s red card contributed to their 4-1 defeat against West Ham. Villa fell behind early on to Ben Johnson’s strike. Ollie Watkins equalised but Declan Rice quickly restored the Hammers’ lead before half-time. Konsa’s red card shortly after the break gave Villa an uphill task and further goals from Pablo Fornals and Jarrod Bowen inside the final 10 minutes settled the contest. The pattern of play that led to the red card was…

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Biden at G20: Russia and China ‘didn’t show up’ on climate

US President Joe Biden has addressed disappointment by some about what was agreed at the G20 ahead of COP26. Speaking in Rome, Mr Biden said China and Russia “basically didn’t show up” on matters of the climate. Neither China’s President Xi Jinping, nor Russia’s Vladimir Putin, were in Italy’s capital for the conference, instead joining via video link. Read more: G20 pledge climate action but make few commitments More on the climate summit Source link–!Thank You !–

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Arsenal Women 3 – 0 Brighton Women

Arsenal booked their place in the Women’s FA Cup final after goals from Kim Little, Beth Mead and Leah Williamson secured a 3-0 victory over Brighton. The Gunners nearly broke the deadlock in the first half but Nikita Parris saw her header cleared off the line by Brighton’s Victoria Williams. It only took two minutes into the second half for the hosts to take the lead when Mead weaved her way into the box and pulled it back for Little, who smashed the ball home. Mead got on the scoresheet…

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No government in history has ever lost confidence as this one (VIDEO)

No government in history has ever lost public confidence as this one and the current regime has no right to hold power, were the claims made by Ministers Weerawansa, Gammanpila and Nanayakkara true, said Saman Ratnapriya on behalf of the National Trade Unions’ Alliance, speaking to a briefing held in Colombo today (31). What happened with regard to the LNG power plant was clearly a fraud and had the above Ministers made false claims in this regard, they should be subjected to a disciplinary inquiry…

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Allan exclusive interview: Everton midfielder on working with Rafael Benitez and putting the team first | Football News

“It can’t and it shouldn’t happen,” Allan tells Sky Sports. The Everton midfielder is reflecting on the late collapse at Goodison Park which allowed Watford to claim a 5-2 win and sent supporters storming towards the exits before the final whistle on Saturday. For Everton, it was a disheartening defeat which raised familiar questions following a strong start to the campaign. For Allan, a £25m signing from Napoli last September, it was also a reminder of the intensity and unpredictability of English football. “That’s the biggest difference from Italian football,”…

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Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan out for rest of T20 World Cup due to hamstring injury | Cricket News

Shakib Al Hasan is out of the remainder of the T20 World Cup after suffering a hamstring injury during Bangladesh’s defeat to West Indies; BCB confirms the all-rounder has a Grade 1 strain; watch Bangladesh take on South Africa from 9.30am, Tuesday at Sky Sports Cricket and Main Event By PA Media Last Updated: 31/10/21 4:52pm Shakib Al Hasan is out of the T20 World Cup after straining his hamstring in defeat to West Indies Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan will miss the remainder of the T20 World Cup after…

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BEYOND REASONABLE DOUBT?

THE KILLING OF A PRIME MINISTER by Sanjiva Senanayake PART III (continued from last week) CROWN WITNESSES AND CONDITIONAL PARDONS Three additional suspects were originally produced before the Chief Magistrate of Colombo, when hearings started on December 14, 1959. They were F.R. (Dickie) de Zoysa, Mrs. Wimala Wijewardene and Carolis Amarasinghe who provided different perspectives on Somarama’s involvement. Dickie de Zoysa was a close associate of Buddharakkitha and a long-standing personal friend of the deceased PM. He was the elder brother of both the Minister of Finance, Stanley de Zoysa,…

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