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in camera talk Wed Oct 30, 2019 1:45 am
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Alex Norens sensational season continued at the Nedbank Golf Challenge as he powered to a six-shot victory to collect his fourth European Tour title in 11 starts. Final leaderboard Nedbank Golf Challenge Noren was in a class of his own on the final day at the Gary Player Country Club, leaving a high-quality field trailing in his wake as he turned a six-stroke overnight deficit into a comprehensive win which also propelled him into the reckoning for the Race to Dubai crown. The red-hot Swede would have had high hopes of becoming the first player in European Tour history to break 60 when he chipped in for birdie at the 11th to reach nine under for the round. But his first bogey of the round at the 14th ended his chances of a 59 and, as overnight leader Jeunghun Wang faltered down the stretch, Noren cantered to the finish line to post a winning score of 14 under par. Alex Noren fired the low round of the week to claim his fourth victory of the season Noren, who became the first three-time winner of the year at last months British Masters, supported by Sky Sports, got off to a perfect start as he birdied the opening three holes and picked up three more shots in four holes from the fifth to turn in 30.There was no let-up on the back nine as he rolled in a 25-foot putt for eagle at the 10th, and he atoned for going long at the next by playing a sublime pitch from the rear rough which found the bottom of the cup to take him three clear at the top of the leaderboard. Noren threatened a 59 after reaching nine under through 11 holes The 34-year-old, who feared his career was over just two years ago when he missed most of the 2014 season with a serious wrist injury, blotted his card at 14 when his third kicked into knee-high rough short of the green and he did well to hack out to the rear fringe and two-putt for bogey. Watch NOW TV Watch Sky Sports for just £6.99. No contract. But he got the shot back with another confident putt at the 16th, and two cast-iron pars closed out his eighth professional victory of his career, and his fourth on the European Tour since his golden run started at the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open in July. Highlights of Alex Norens stunning nine-under final round as he powered to a six-shot win at the Nedbank Golf Challenge Wang began the final day with a three-stroke advantage following his flawless 64 on Saturday, but he failed to match those heights over the final 18 holes as he struggled to the turn in 36, including an ugly double-bogey six at the eighth after finding a hazard with his drive.The young South Korean knew his hopes of a third win of the season had gone when he bogeyed the 13th, although he managed to cling onto outright second despite dropping three further shots over the last four holes to card a disappointing 75. Noren faltered only once at the 14th on the final day Ryder Cup star Andy Sullivan struggled to get anything going as a mixed-bag of a 72 left him in a share of third on seven under alongside Branden Grace, Alejandro Canizares, Victor Dubuisson and Ricardo Gouveia.Race to Dubai leader Henrik Stenson again recovered from a poor front nine with an improved display after the turn, and the Open champion birdied two of the last three holes to salvage a 70 as he closed on six under. Live European Tour Golf November 17, 2016, 8:00am Live on Get Sky Sports Get a Sky Sports pass Stenson finished three shots ahead of Danny Willett, the Swedes closest rival for the European No 1 crown, although the Englishman gave himself plenty of encouragement ahead of next weeks season finale in Dubai after he followed Saturdays 67 with a five-birdie 69 which lifted him into a tie for 11th. Also See: Nedbank leaderboard Race to Dubai standings Golf live on Sky Sports 4 European Tour Schedule Yeezy China . 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ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Although Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf are world-class offensive talents riding long scoring streaks, they realize theyll never measure up to unsung teammate Alex Grant and his perfect shooting percentage. All those numbers added up to another victory for the surging Anaheim Ducks. Perry scored a goal in his seventh straight game, Getzlaf extended his point streak to 13 games and the Ducks beat the Minnesota Wild 2-1 on Wednesday night for their fourth straight win. Grant scored his second career goal on his second NHL shot as the Pacific Division leaders improved to 12-0-2 at home, extending the second-longest streak without a regulation loss to open a season in the shootout era. Jonas Hiller made 23 saves as Anaheim relied on its offensive stars and an unlikely contributor to grind out its sixth consecutive win over the Wild. "I think everybody is doing a really good job and bearing down," Hiller said. "Were playing really solid. Right now everybody is trusting each other. I trust the guys in front of me to do their job." With four victories in the past six days, the Ducks (22-7-5) have the NHLs second-best record behind Chicago. Perry extended the longest goal streak in the league this season with a second-period goal, jumping on a rebound of Hampus Lindholms shot off the back wall for his 21st goal. Perry matched St. Louis Alexander Steen for second place in the league behind goals leader Alex Ovechkin. Getzlaf started the play and picked up an assist, extending the NHLs longest active point streak and matching Steens mark for the longest in the league this season. The Anaheim captain has scored in each of his last 15 appearances since Nov. 6, but the NHL officially recognizes only 13 games because of an injury absence early in the string. "Obviously, (Perry) is an elite talent," Minnesotas Jason Pominville said. "He and Getzlaf play well together, and they make a lot of good plays, but I think we gave them a little bit too much time to make plays. If you give those guys time, theyll make you pay." Josh Harding stoppped 29 shots and Pominville scored his 15th goal on a power play early in the third period for the Wild, who have lost four straight on the road.dddddddddddd Despite a strong defensive effort against an elite opponent, Minnesota opened a stretch with seven of eight on the road with another narrow loss. After a scoreless first period, Grant scored with a sneaky-fast wrist shot that beat Harding on the short side on a 2-on-4 rush. Grant hadnt dressed for the injury-depleted Anaheim defence since he scored a goal in his NHL debut Nov. 30, and hes only getting a shot because the Ducks are without injured defencemen Francois Beauchemin, Luca Sbisa, Sheldon Souray and Mark Fistric. "Ill take it, but I definitely never imagined it," said Grant, who spent the past four seasons in Pittsburghs minor league system without making the Penguins roster. "Ive done my time in the minors, quite a few games there. I just wanted to be prepared to jump in when I had an opportunity." Harding made a handful of stellar saves, notably lunging to stab Teemu Selannes shot at an otherwise open net in the second period. The 43-year-old Finnish Flash hasnt scored a goal since Oct. 20. Pominville ended Hillers shutout bid with a backhand in front, passing Zach Parise for the team lead in goals. Charlie Coyle had a clean breakaway later in the period, but Hiller stopped him cold. "Weve got to find a way to create more offence, especially early in the game," Minnesota captain Mikko Koivu said. "Hiller made that big save (on Coyle), but we have to create more than just that. Defensively, I think were good, but its tough to win with just one goal." NOTES: Anaheim C Saku Koivu and Mikko Koivu met in the NHL for the 18th time. Saku is 11-3-4 against his younger brother. ... The Ducks recalled D Nolan Yonkman from the minors, but he didnt play. ... Minnesota assigned D Kyle Dumba to the Canadian national junior team for the world junior championships in Sweden beginning Dec. 26. The 19-year-old Dumba has two points in 13 games this season with the Wild. ' ' '

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