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MessagePosté le: Jeu 25 Aoû - 04:58 (2016)    Sujet du message: tzerland clinched its spot Répondre en citant

WELLINGTON, New Zealand - Winger Zac Guildford scored four of New Zealands 12 tries in a 79-15 win over Canada on Sunday, while Colin Slade failed to seize his moment hours after becoming the All Blacks first-choice No. 10 for the pressured knockout rounds of the Rugby World Cup. Slade stepped into a glaring spotlight after being nominated by coach Graham Henry as New Zealands flyhalf-elect to replace Daniel Carter, who has been forced out of the tournament with a groin injury. The 23-year-old Slade started for only the fourth time in his nine-test career and in what, in normal circumstances, might have been low-key match and a moderate test of his temperament and ability. New Zealand had already qualified for the quarterfinals and its win over Canada clinched a 4-0 sweep of its Pool A games. But Slades performance came under much closer scrutiny as New Zealanders grappled with the knowledge that Carter, the cornerstone of its World Cup campaign and the leading pointscorer in international rugby, will take no further part in the tournament. All eyes were on Carters replacement for signs that the novice has the composure and the skill to direct the remainder of the All Blacks Cup campaign. Guildford wrested the spotlight away from Slade in his first appearance at the World Cup, scoring three first-half tries, another in the second half and contributing to two others. Slade was less impressive, working steadily in general play but struggling to judge a swirling wind and managing only five from nine kicks at goal. He was moved to the right wing after 51 minutes, when Piri Weepu took over at flyhalf, and was eventually replaced in the 64th minute, forcing flanker Victor Vito to see out the game on the wing. He now faces the task of guiding New Zealand in a quarterfinal against Argentina, which recovered from a 7-5 halftime deficit earlier Sunday to beat Georgia 25-7 and to join England in qualifying from Pool B. If Slades nerves were on edge at the start of Sundays match, they werent helped when his first attempted kick, inside the opening minute, was charged down and Canada flyhalf Ander Monro kicked a penalty from the ensuing breakdown for a 3-0 lead. He almost immediately redeemed himself when, in the sixth minute, he created Guildfords first try, slicing through hesitant interior defence and hurling a long, crossfield pass to the left winger to dive over near the corner. Slades confidence rose a little when he curled in the conversion from the touchline. Vito, starting a test at openside flanker for the first time in place of All Blacks captain Richie McCaw, added New Zealands second try five minutes later but Slades conversion faded wide. McCaws was the first injury to hit the All Blacks on the eve of the match and Carters was the second in a perfect storm which robbed New Zealand of captain and vice-captain. Slade kicked a 14th-minute penalty but missed conversions of a try by Israel Dagg in the 20th minute and Guildfords second four minutes later. Guildford had a hand in Daggs try, hitting the line hard and straight on the right side, creating space then working his hands through tackles to free Dagg on the right wing. He scored his second when Canada winger Conor Trainor failed to control a kick into the in-goal area, then made a try for fullback Mils Muliaina in his 99th test. Guildford had his third try after 34 minutes when Sonny Bill Williams fractured the Canadian defence, made ground and put in a kick which was recovered by Muliaina who released Guildford to straighten for the line. Canada was rewarded for a first half in which it held 76 per cent of territory when Trainor scored a try just before the break, hitting the backline hard and at pace after a 5-meter scrum. Trainor had his second when a breakdown in the All Blacks midfield allowed the winger to kick through, to reclaim the ball near the line and to ground it in an arm wrestle with the cover defence. Monro converted. New Zealand hit back immediately with a try to scrumhalf Jimmy Cowan, created by centre Conrad Smith and converted by Slade. Kaino scored his first try in the 51st minute and his second in the 67th, on either side of a try to Williams. Slade converted Kainos first to finish with a 5-9 record before handing the kicking to Weepu who kicked four from four. Guildford added his fourth and Vito his second before the end. As a staging post en-route to the quarterfinals, Sundays match was only moderately pleasing to New Zealand. It scored 12 tries from an almost relentless attack but lacked complete control. Slade was, at best, a work in progress. Canada, who finished 1-3 in pool matches, lost valiant flanker Adam Kleeburger before the end in a head clash with All Blacks prop Tony Woodcock. ------------ New Zealand 79 (Zac Guildford 4, Jerome Kaino 2, Victor Vito 2, Israel Dagg, Mils Muliaina, Jimmy Cowan, Sonny Bill Williams tries; Colin Slade 4 conversions, penalty; Piri Weepu 4 conversions), Canada 15 (Conor Trainor 2 tries; Ander Monro conversion, penalty). HT: 37-8. Nike Air Max 2015 Wit . - As Danelle Jacobs and a crew of volunteers decorated their Rose Parade float, strong winds from a blustery winter storm blew flowers into the air. Air Max 90 Essential Grijs . Nearly half the field, including defending champion Charl Schwartzel, failed to complete their rounds on the West Course following a four-hour afternoon delay because of thunderstorms at Royal Johannesburg and Kensington Golf Club. . - Even on a night when the play was hampered by choppy ice, the puck still seems to find Joe Pavelski and he keeps finding the net. Air Max 1 Essential Sale . The team also announced Tuesday that the Braves will wear a commemorative patch on the right sleeve during the season. The patch, shaped like home plate, carries the number 715, Aarons autograph and a "40th Anniversary" banner. Nike Air Max 2017 . The 29-year-old scored once and assisted on another as Colorado edged the host Calgary Flames 3-2 on Friday.LONDON -- Novak Djokovics ailing back didnt hold up Sunday, meaning Rafael Nadal wont have to face his main nemesis in this years Davis Cup final. Djokovic tried to help Serbia stage a comeback in their semifinal against Argentina despite a lingering back problem, but had to retire when trailing 7-6 (5), 3-0 against Juan Martin del Potro. That sent Argentina into the final against Spain, which advanced after Nadal routed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 6-0, 6-2, 6-4 on clay in Cordoba. "I feel disappointed to end this tie this way," Djokovic said. "My condition was 60 per cent of what I had expected." Argentina ended up winning 3-2 after Serbias Janko Tipsarevic took the final meaningless match when Juan Monaco retired after losing the first set 6-2. Spain completed a 4-1 win after Fernando Verdasco beat Richard Gasquet in the final match. Djokovic didnt play at all on Friday, pulling out of the opening singles because his back had not recovered sufficiently from the injury he sustained during Mondays U.S. Open final victory over Nadal. But with Serbia trailing 2-1 going into the final day, the top-ranked Serb decided to give it a try. It didnt work out, however, as he fell to the floor with back pains while trying to return a forehand during the final point of the third game in the second set, and couldnt continue after that. "Im sad for him and wish him fast recovery," Del Potro said. "He has everything to keep the No. 1 position." It seems injuries are about the only thing that can stop Djokovic this year. He entered the weekend with a 64-2 record this year, having won three majors. One of those two losses came when he had to retire with a sore shoulder against Andy Murray in the Cincinnati final last month. The only player to beat Djokovic when fit this year is Roger Federer, in the French Open semifinals. Nadal certainly hasnt been able to, losing all six of his matches against the Serb in 2011 -- all of them in finals. The Spaniard was unusually blunt when he said this week hed rather face Argentina than Serbia in the final. Nadal also complained of fatigue after the gruelling U.S. Open final, but unlike Djokovic he showed no symptoms of it this weekend. After a similarly impressive victory against Richard Gasquet oon Friday, Nadal dominated the 10th-ranked Tsonga at Cordobas bullring to give the hosts a chance at a third title in four years.dddddddddddd. Playing in temperatures hovering above 30 degrees Celsius all weekend, Nadal dropped just 10 games in two matches. "Simply put, Rafa was just too good this weekend," Tsonga said. "Hes the best player ever on clay court, I think, hes practically unbeatable on this surface and today we didnt create the exception." Nadal is now 14-0 on clay in Davis Cup and 18-1 overall, his only loss coming on his debut. Nadal has already won three Davis Cup titles and will lead Spain into its sixth final since 2000 and eighth overall. "You might think it gets easier to win but it doesnt," Nadal said. "Thanks to the excellent relations inside the team, the Spanish players have stayed united over the years to keep winning." In the World Group playoffs, Russia, Croatia, Austria and Japan all secured spots in next years elite competition. Russia rallied from 2-1 down against Brazil after Mikhail Youzhny defeated Thomaz Bellucci 2-6, 6-3, 5-7, 6-4, 14-12 in a five-hour marathon in the first reverse singles. Dmitry Tursunov then won the deciding match over Ricardo Mello 6-1, 7-6 (5), 2-6, 6-3. Youzhny failed to serve out the match at 5-4 in the fifth, and then had to save two match points in the 18th game. At 12-all, Youzhny converted his second break point when the Brazilian netted a forehand, and the Russian served out the match at love. Roger Federers Switzerland clinched its spot in the World Group after Stanislas Wawrinka needed only four minutes Monday to complete a 4-6, 6-4, 6-7 (7), 6-4, 6-3 win over Australias Lleyton Hewitt. Wawrinka led 5-3 in the fifth set Sunday when darkness suspended the 3-hour 58-minute match. On Monday, on a grass court at Royal Sydney Golf Club, Wawrinka broke Hewitts serve and the official match time became 4:02. On Sunday, Roger Federer defeated Bernard Tomic 6-2, 7-5, 3-6, 6-3 to pull Switzerland level at 2-2 after Australia won Saturdays doubles and the teams split the opening singles on Friday. Australia, which has won the Davis Cup 23 times, second only to the United States 32 titles, will spend a fifth year out of the top competition. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China ' ' '

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