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Page McGregor to make HSBC Sevens World Series debut

In under 12 months, Page McGregor has gone from a Commonwealth Youth Games Gold Medal to being on the precipice of making it at the pinnacle of Sevens Rugby having been named in Tim Walsh’s Squad for the first leg of the HSBC Sevens World Series in Dubai.

McGregor, a star of the inaugural Aon University Sevens Series for Macquarie University has continued her progression through the Aussie 7s ranks, having impressed in her Australian debut at the Oceania Rugby Sevens Championship in Suva, Fiji last week.

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Etzebeth has 'good chance' to lead Boks against Italy

Springbok captain Eben Etzebeth has a very good chance of recovering from his leg injury to lead the Springboks in their third Castle Lager Outgoing Tour match against Italy this weekend, the Springboks’ medical team confirmed on Monday.

“Eben left the field with about five minutes to go against France after receiving a direct blow to his lower leg,” Dr Konrad von Hagen, the team’s medical doctor, confirmed at a media briefing on Monday. 

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Rocco Forte Open to return to European Tour calendar

The Rocco Forte Open – Verdura, Sicily will return to the European Tour’s International Schedule from May 10-13, 2018.

First hosted by the Verdura Resort this year shortly after becoming a European Tour Destination, the tournament saw Spaniard Alvaro Quiros secure his seventh European Tour title after overcoming Zander Lombard of South Africa in a play-off.

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Berhanu Legese and Almaz Ayana win 2017 Delhi Half Marathon

The 2017 edition of the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon lived up to its legacy of being the World’s most prestigious half marathon, with Procam International announcing and delivering a slew of initiatives to be able to provide athletes with a better running environment.

The race turned out to be a bag full of surprises as favourites made way for new champions. The Indians had a fabulous race with Indian elites Nitendra Singh Rawat and L Suriya smashing the course records in their respective categories. 

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England rout Australia 30-6 at Twickenham

The Wallabies have had their winning run ended in a controversial showdown with England on a rain-soaked Twickenham Stadium in London. England scored three tries in the final eight minutes to blow out the final scoreline to 30-6, however the game had taken a dramatic turn after a potentially match-levelling try to Marika Koroibete in the 70th minute was disallowed for an obstruction.

Trailling 13-6 after a tight first half and a try to England winger Elliot Daly in the 55th minute, the Wallabies looked to have broken through when Koroibete  spun over the line in the clutches of English flanker Chris Robshaw and tried to muscle the ball down.

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