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PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa (Reuters) – South Africa and Australia resume their battle, while looking to temper hostilities and histrionics, in the second Test of the four-match series at St George’s Park tomorrow, just four days after the visitors won the opener by 118 runs.It was a result that maintained Australia’s long-standing Test dominance on South African soil but was overshadowed by spats both on and off the field that have left the participation of Australian vice-captain David Warner in doubt.The feisty opener is to answer an International Cricket Council (ICC) charge for a staircase scuffle with wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock after they traded barbs out in the middle and continued the conflict on the way to the changing rooms.Warner faces a level two charge that could see him suspended for the second Test, while South Africa’s de Kock faces a lesser offence.The outcome of the disciplinary proceedings is not likely to be known until the eve of the Test and overshadows the build-up after a good Australian victory at Kingsmead.The bowling of Mitchell Starc and a strong batting performance by the tail in their first innings proved the difference between the sides in Durban, where the wicket was slower than anticipated but made for a gripping contest.Much the same is predicted for Port Elizabeth with Starc ominously warning that Australia’s bowlers could do better.“The reversing ball is going all right this season but there’s maybe a little bit of work to do with the new ball and getting a few more early wickets,” he said.South Africa were poor in the opening innings but put up a good fight in the second, where they were set a mammoth 417-run chase and fleetingly looked capable of achieving it before their resistance crumbled.“We would have liked to start the series on a positive note. There are quite a bit of learning opportunities for us to take going forward,” South Africa captain Faf du Plessis said.“We will need to take a lot more responsibility with the bat. We didn’t have a great start with the bat but saw great character – from the young guys -which started their series off well.”The 23-year-old Aiden Markram was the only centurion in the Test, his 143 confirming his potential at the top of the order for the home team.
Salt Lake’s Kelsey Chugg, who has advanced to the finals of the past two U.S. Women’s MId-Amateur golf championships, winning in 2017 and finishing second in 2018, won her first-round match at the 2019 Mid-Amateur at Forest Highlands Golf Club in Flagstaff, Arizona.Chugg, who earned the No. 14 seed in two rounds of medal play, defeated Cindy Scholefield-McConnell of Bishop, California, 3 and 2 Monday. In Tuesday’s second round, the former Weber State golfer will face Katie Elliott-Johnson of Fitchburg, Wisconsin.
The Champions Workshop at the Holiday Inn in Port Moresby provided the National Federation executives and coaches the opportunity to speak directly to the staff and management of HPS PNG to better understand the types of services provided.Long-time boxing administrator, Dick Larry described the workshop as a great concept adding it is great to know that we able to locally advance our athletes.Larry also raised concerns of finding access to these programs and services in regional areas where talents scouted regionally can be housed, trained and monitored.Former Paralympian and PNG’s first silver medallist in the Olympics, Francis Kompaon added that it was good for National Federations to come together and meet the HP team because many of these coaches, teams and administrators did not know what kind of services are provided by HPS PNG.“There are services out there that they (NFs) can engage but they can’t do it because it cost money but at HP these same services are provided for free and better quality.“So this Champions Workshop is a good opportunity for NFs to come and see but also know what is provided for them by the Government.”Codes that attended the workshop were Softball, Lawn Bowls, Swimming, Shooting, Boxing, ParaSport, Golf, Basketball, Karate, Netball, Sailing, Archery, Shooting, Bodybuilding, Weightlifting, Powerlifting, Canoeing, Cricket, Handball, Hockey, Rugby 7s, Judo, University Sport, Badminton, Table Tennis, Touch Footy, Volleyball, and Rugby League. The next Champions Workshop will be held in early May in Port Moresby and similarly in Lae, with the invitation extended to National team athletes, their coaches and managers.
1 Juventus are keeping tabs on Everton starlet Henry Onyekuru, according to reports in Italy.The 20-year-old was hot property in the summer after scoring 22 goals in Belgium last season and he was linked with Arsenal and West Ham.In the end, the striker left KAS Eupen to join Everton as they agreed to shell out £7million to bring him to Goodison Park.However Onyekuru may not be at Everton for long as, according to Tuttosport, Juventus are already chasing him.The Nigerian is currently on loan at Anderlecht this season and Juve are monitoring his progress closely.Everton, however, are reported to have no plans to let Onyekuru go so soon after they signed him. Everton starlet Henry Onyekuru is on loan at Anderlecht