Moon of Liberty Sportsround – 08 August 2017

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Sportsround – Sports News Digest on 08 August 2017 at 7.20pm

tvnz – Canterbury Crusaders win the Super Rugby crown defeating the Lions in the final

Tennis.com – Alexander Zvarev beats big serving Kevin Anderson to win the Washington Open

BBC Sport – American Torie Bowie takes the women’s 100m, Favourite Elaine Thpmoson fails to medal.

The Elitist – Rugby League round-up from both sides of the World

Cricbuzz – Moeen Ali the hero as England wrap up 3-1 series win over South Africa at Old Trafford

pdc.tv – Dave Chisnall wins round 18 of the Players Darts Championship, his first title of 2017.

pdc.tv – Austrlaian Kyle Anderson claims maiden title in round 17 of the Players Darts Championship

The Elitist – India put 600 runs on the board again to thrash Sri Lanka and go 2-0 up

New Vision Uganda – Uganda thrash Zimbabwe in the final round of the African Gold Cup Rugby Union tournament

Sports Star Live – Sam Querry claims Los Cabos ATP title in Mexico

BBC Sport – Netherlands claim the Women’s Euro 2017 soccer title beating Denmark 4-2 

BBC Sport – GB’s Callum Hawkins an excellent fourth Kenya’s Geoffrey Karui wins the men’s marathon.

BBC Sport – Arsenal win the Community Shield beating Chelsea on penalties

Running Magazine – Ethiopia’s Almaz Anaya dominates the Women’s 10000m

Eurosport – Luvo Manyonga wins the Long Jump title for South Africa

BBC Sport – Notts beat the T20 Powerplay record

BBC Sport – Justin Gatlin stuns the world to beat Usain Bolt

The Elitists Echo – Saturday Soccer round up of the #MoonSoccer13. Opening day wins for Forest, Southport & Queen of the South

The Sun – Burnley friendly abandoned after crowd trouble

BBC Sport – Mo Farrah wins the first medal of the 2017 World Championships

Nottingham Post – Notts County manager Kevin Noaln calls his team ‘rabbits in headlights’ after opening day loss to Coventry

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Moon of Liberty Midweek Sportsround

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Moon of Liberty Sports digest at 10.55pm on 2 August 2017

BBC Sport – Moeen Ali hat-trick seals England test win over South Africa to take a 2-1 series lead

BBC Sport – David Rudisha out of the World Athletics Championships

Moon of Liberty/The Elistist – Jodie Taylor strike against France sees England into the Euro 2017 semi-finals.

Daily Caller Sports – Los Angeles to host the 2028 Olympic Games

BBC Sport – Online poll suggests Liverpool fans back safe standing

BBC Sport – Hearts sack their manager before the season even starts

BBC Sport – Ellie Downey to miss Gymnastics World Championships with injury

BBC Sport – Sailing double gold medalist Sarah Ayton to ride in an amateur Horse Race during the Goodwood Festival

Moon of Liberty/The Elitist – Sebastian Vettel extends lead in the Fomula 1 Championship with victory in Hungary

Moon of Liberty/The Elitist – Kyren Wilson beats Ali Cater in the World games Snooker in Poland

BBC Sport – Goalkeeper Karen Bardsley to miss Euro 2017 Semi Final

Moon of Liberty/The Elitist – Phil Taylor claims 16th World Matchplay Darts title

Nottingham Post– Notts Women secure promotion by winning Division 2 of the Women’s 20/20 Cricket

BBC Sport – PSG to pay £198m to land Naymar from Barcelona

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