Wednesday, 21st August 2019
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Hungry Williams seeks redemption
British heavyweight Danny Williams says he will be more motivated for his long awaited fight with Matt Skelton then he was before fighting Mike Tyson. Williams pulled out of a July date with Skelton at late notice but will be given a second chance in London on the 3rd of December. It is not clear yet whether there will be any titles at stake when Williams finally takes on Skelton.   

Americas cup heats reach Italy
Americas cup qualifying has reached Sicily to determine the lineup for the main cup in 2007. Cup holder Alinghi of Switzerland has a commanding lead of six points over its closest rival, BMW Oracle of the USA, heading into the racing.
The American team is just one point clear of Emirates team New Zealand and the top Italian entrant, Luna Rossa.


Manchester United in no hurry about Keane
Manchester United says that holding discussions over Roy Keanes future is not an immediate priority for them. Keane says he thinks he will leave Old Trafford at the end of the season when his currant contract expires.
He has however admitted he could be persuaded to stay at Old Trafford if he was offered another year at the club.
 
McLaughlin joins Ireland set up
RBAI schools cup winning coach Brian McLaughlin is to take up a specialist skills position with the Ireland squad, he will move to the full time post and will be involved with the international squad until April 2008.
McLaughlin plans to take a sabbatical from his post as a PE teacher at the Belfast school and step down as coach to division two side Ballynahinch.
 
Newmarket lands 3 million pound Officials of Newmarket race course are celebrating after securing a 3 million pound deal to support its Guineas festival. The tracks most lucrative sponsorship means the meeting, featuring the 1,000 and 2,000 Guineas, will be backed for the next five years.
Bookmaker Stan James is to break new ground by backing every race of the two day fixture.

Rafael Nadal
has chosen more sober attire than usual for his return to Spain at the Madrid Masters. The 19-year-old has cut a swathe through the higher echelons of the men's game in 2005, all the time wearing three-quarter length trousers he calls 'piratas'


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And now for the golf story:

New balls:
Two women were playing golf, on the third hole there were four men in front of them but about 175 yards down the fairway. The first woman said “I will tee off, he is far enough away”. She hit the drive of her life, like a shot straight down the fairway, she screamed “fore!” at the top of her lungs but as the men turned around one of them was hit solidly. He was rolling on the ground in pain, with his hands between his legs.
She ran up to him apologizing and saying “let me help , I am a physical therapist” , he protested, but she got him to put his hands by his sides, opened his zip and began to massage him. “How does that feel?” she asked he said “great, but my thumb still hurts like hell”


All washed up!
Mike and Bob had just finished the first nine and it was obvious that mike was having a bad day. “Mike you’re just not yourself today, what’s the matter?” asked Bob.
Mike looking pretty glum, said “I think Mabel’s dead” “that’s terrible!” says Bob “you think your wife is dead, aren’t you sure?” “well” says Mike “the sex is the same but the dishes are piling up”.



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