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#1 05-09-2017 16:43:51

Date d'inscription: 31-08-2017
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Angus OBrien scored 17 points as Newport Gwent Dragons leapt over oppo

Angus OBrien scored 17 points as Newport Gwent Dragons leapt over opponents Edinburgh in the Guinness PRO12 table with a 27-19 victory at Rodney Parade.Dragons head coach Kingsley Jones, though, will be fuming that they failed to get a try bonus point after scoring three in the first half. Full-back Carl Meyer and prop Sam Hobbs scored two of the touchdowns with fly-half OBrien adding another try plus two penalties and three conversions.Edinburgh also scored three tries via number eight Nasi Manu, centre Chris Dean and replacement Viliame Mata.The visitors went in front after 10 minutes when Manu was fed the ball in space on the right wing by lock Ben Toolis to go over, Jason Tovey adding the extras.The home crowd then vented their displeasure at referee Frank Murphy when Edinburgh flanker Magnus Bradbury fell into OBrien shoulder first, only for the official to warn the offender and give the Dragons a penalty that their fly-half stepped up to kick.It was to be the start of OBriens points haul as the Welsh region raced into a 24-12 lead after half an hour. Meyer put them in front for the first time when hooker Thomas Rhys Thomas stole the ball from a maul before Meyer was sent sprinting through the Edinburgh midfield for a great converted score.And the Dragons extended their lead when Hobbs found a way past Edinburgh tight head prop Murray McCallum from two metres to ground the ball for another converted touchdown.?The Scotsmen were now 10 points behind but hit back as they reached the home sides try line with a neat switch move for Dean to score. But the Dragons extended their lead again in a frenetic match which remarkably saw the first scrum called after 34 minutes.Centre Sam Beard broke through the Edinburgh midfield 40 metres out and, on reaching the 22, put in a delicate grubber kick to the left corner before he was tackled by Tovey.OBrien chased it and had an easy task to finish the converted score. A great match, however, slid into mediocrity for 10 minutes after the break with a big delay to fix a touch judges radio and other stoppages.And, other than a few sparks of life, the clash began to lose momentum from the fizzing first half affair. The Dragons had more of the second-half territory as they looked for their fourth touchdown and a much-needed bonus point.A dazzling run from replacement scrum-half Sarel Pretorius raised a big cheer from the home crowd, but they could not break Edinburgh who were stubborn in defence but offered little attacking intent.From a position of strength for the home side, one move, where replacement Sam Hidalgo-Clyne kicked Edinburgh to within 10 metres of the Dragons line, set the scene for the visitors to pull back to within a try as, moments after the kick, Mata surged over from five metres for a try, converted by Duncan Weir.Edinburgh should have taken the lead when wing Damian Hoyland set off for a dash but the scoring pass to full-back Blair Kinghorn went astray.But Edinburghs hopes of at least a losing bonus point were snuffed out when they conceded a penalty with a minute to go that OBrien sank to complete his points haul. Arizona Diamondbacks Fernando Rodney Jersey . 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Bae played bogey-free Friday on another gorgeous day at Riviera for a 5-under 66, giving him a one-shot lead over Aaron Baddeley and Robert Garrigus going into the weekend.FORTALEZA, Brazil -- Neymar made the difference for Brazil again on Wednesday, scoring in the ninth minute and setting up Jos injury-time goal to give the hosts a 2-0 win over Mexico and a spot in the semifinals of the Confederations Cup. The Brazilian striker scored his second goal of the tournament with a left-footed volley from just inside the penalty box after Mexican defenders failed to clear a cross, then slipped past two defenders at once to set up Jo for an easy goal in the final move of the game. "Im happy to have played well again," Neymar said. "But what was more important was that the team had a good performance. We are improving game after game and we are getting better. This gives us more confidence for the next matches." Mexico, which had won two of its last three matches against Brazil, fought strongly but had little finishing power up front. It was eliminated from the World Cup warm-up competition with the loss, the team second-consecutive. It had fallen 2-1 to Italy in the opener. Brazil, which opened with a 3-0 win over Japan, will play Italy on Saturday to see which team will finish first in Group A. Italy rallied to beat Japan 4-3 later on Wednesday to pick up its second win. One of Brazils recent losses to Mexico was in the Olympic final last year, when the team led by Neymar and Oscar were considered favourites to win Brazils first gold medal in football but failed to come out victorious. "We had been having problems with Mexico recently and that Olympic final was still in the mind of some of our players who were there," Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari said. "It was important to get this victory against them." Backed by loud home fans packing the Arena Castelao in the northeastern city of Fortaleza, Brazil came out attacking from the beginning and it took a while before Mexico could get into the game. The Brazilian players were constantly getting the crowd involved and had their support throughout the match. Mexico had few chances but came close to scoring an equalizer late in the second half. The best chance was a shot by Andres Guardado that was deflected by a defender in front of goal. "We were not able to capitalize on our scoring chances," Mexico coach Jose Manuel De la Torre said. "I dont think this should be considered a failure, because for me failure is whhen you stop fighting.dddddddddddd But our main goal was to advance and we were not able to do that." Brazil opened the scoring after a run by Barcelona right back Daniel Alves down the right side. His cross to striker Fred inside the area was partially cleared by Mexico captain Francisco Rodriguez and the ball went toward Neymar, who struck a difficult shot on the volley. With the clock running down and Mexico pressing desperately for an equalizer, Neymar wriggled through two defenders near the touchline and crossed for Jo to score from five yards. Neymar was named man of the match for the second time in a row. It was Brazils first match since the players publicly expressed their support to a historic wave of protests that has swept across the South American nation in recent days to demand for better public services to the population. Neymar, recently signed by Barcelona and Brazils biggest star, has been criticized for not being able to replicate his Santos success with the national team, but he has played well in the first two games at the Confederations Cup. He was the Brazilian player who threatened the most on Wednesday, creating chances and imposing difficulties on the Mexican defence throughout the match. "Neymar has the skills and he created problems for the players from Mexico the entire match," Scolari said. "He did what we needed him to do to help us break through the Mexican defence." Neymar almost scored his second goal of the day with a shot that went over the crossbar in the 23rd. In the 56th, he sped past a defender and shot just wide, and in the 66th his low right-footed shot was tipped away by Mexico goalkeeper Jose Corona after a powerful run by midfielder Paulinho. Daniel Alves nearly added to Brazils lead in the 14th with a remarkable lob shot that forced Corona to make a difficult save with the tip of his gloves. Oscar had a goal disallowed just five minutes into the match because Neymar was caught offsides before making a cross the cross to the Chelsea playmaker. Captain Thiago Silva also had a goal called off for offsides in the 47th. Hulk had his chance after a pass by Neymar in the 55th, but his shot from close range struck the side of the net. Mexicos only significant chance in the first half came with a low cross shot by Hiram Mier that just missed the target in the 16th. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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