Tuesday , 21 May 2019

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Danny Cipriani back in for England amid Brad Shields call-up controversy

Eddie Jones has selected the uncapped flanker Brad Shields for the summer tour of South Africa after New Zealand granted “special exception” before hitting out at the Rugby Football Union, insisting it was “extremely disappointed” with England for pursuing the Hurricanes captain. Jones has also handed a recall to Danny Cipriani as well as call-ups for Cameron Redpath, the 18-year-old ... Read More »

The Neuroscience of Mastery Through Trial-and-Error Learning

Purkinje cells of the cerebellum fine-tune coordinated motor movements. A team of researchers at Johns Hopkins University has unearthed exciting new details about how cerebellar Purkinje cells (link is external) master complex movements through a trial-and-error learning process in which each error that occurs during practice helps the cerebellum improve fine-tuned motor coordination. This paper, “Encoding of Error and Learning ... Read More »

England Players Are an ‘Easy’ Target, Claims Harry Kane

England’s talismanic striker Harry Kane believes he and his international colleagues are an easy target for cheap jokes just over a month before he carries his nation’s hopes at the World Cup.  England’s talismanic striker Harry Kane believes he and his international colleagues are an easy target for cheap jokes just over a month before he carries his nation’s hopes ... Read More »

UAE schools channel sporting values

The inclusion of sports on a larger scale into the school calendar is a terrific way for children to imbibe life skills, say parents and teachers While few parents will consider academic success unimportant, it appears many schools are now increasingly focusing on integrating a culture of sport into their ethos and curriculum, with the aim of producing confident, well-rounded ... Read More »

Champions League: Willian, the ever-present workhorse for Chelsea

Willian was the sole goalscorer for Chelsea on Tuesday night and the brightest spark for the home team against a sturdy and efficient Barcelona in the first leg of their Champions League last 16 clash at Stamford Bridge. Amidst a host of stars and a number of pitched up key players’ battles for the clash, Willian slipped in somewhere from ... Read More »

Australia’s Chris Lynn dislocates shoulder during T20I tri-series final vs New Zealand

Chris Lynn was forced to leave Auckland’s Eden Park during Australia’s T20I tri-series final against New Zealand after dislocating his right shoulder on Wednesday. The right-handed batsman received the blow in the ninth over of the Kiwis innings as he fell awkwardly while he was diving to stop the ball. Lynn, who was fielding at mid-wicket, sprinted to his left ... Read More »

MS Dhoni is street-smart and is always ahead of the game: Harbhajan Singh

Harbhajan Singh said MS Dhoni understood the game well and his game awareness made him a great captain. Harbhajan, who played for Mumbai Indians for the first 10 seasons of the Indian Premier League from 2008-2017, will turn up for Chennai Super Kings this year and will play under Dhoni, one of world cricket’s most decorated captains. Dhoni has also ... Read More »

Ashton Agar, D’Arcy Short help Australia win T20I tri-series title

Ashton Agar picked 3/27 and D’Arcy Short smashed a rapid 50 as Australia beat New Zealand by 19 runs (DLS) to win the final of the Twenty20 Tri Series at Eden Park in Auckland. New Zealand had elected to bat after winning the toss in a ground with small boundaries. With power-hitters like Martin Guptill and Colin Munro as openers, ... Read More »

Lindsey Vonn takes bronze in Olympic downhill behind Italy’s Sofia Goggia

Lindsey Vonn said she “left it all on the line” as she had to settle for bronze in downhill in what is likely to be her final Olympics. The most successful women’s ski racer of all time was one of the pre-race favorites, but the 33-year-old could not match the pace of Italy’s Sofia Goggia. The 25-year-old Goggia, the World ... Read More »

Death bowling concerns for unbeaten NZ

New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson has called on his bowlers to be more accurate in the final overs as they look to take an unbeatable lead over Pakistan in the third One-day International in Dunedin on Saturday. New Zealand are already 2-0 in the five-match series but Williamson is not completely happy, especially with the bowling to lower-order batsmen. Pakistan ... Read More »