Francois Venter and Ronhan Janse van Rensburg both scored late tries as South Africa rescued a 31-31 draw with the Barbarians in a thrilling contest at Wembley on Saturday. The Springboks were 31-19 down with nine minutes left before their midfield duo scored the last of the games 10 tries.And there was still time for Barbarians replacement Luke Morahan to complete what would have been a hat-trick but the Australia international knocked on. It took the Barbarians just five minutes to open the scoring when, following a cleanly won lineout, fly-half Robert du Preez - one of four South Africans in the Barbarians starting XV - checked the Springbok defence with a show-and-go before Blues full-back Melani Nanai showed good strength to cross in the corner. Barbarians captain Andy Ellis finishes off a length of the field try South Africa were soon on level terms when Pieter-Steph du Toit surged through after winning ball at a lineout, with the Barbarians defence at the set-piece all but non-existent.Barbarians matches are meant to encourage attacking play and the invitational side regained the lead with a try worthy of the clubs best traditions in the 19th minute. Will Greenwood talks of his pride to coach the Barbarians The Baa Baas turned over ruck ball deep in their own 22 and uncapped Highlanders wing Matt broke clear down the right touchline. He regathered his own chip, evaded Jesse Kriel and passed inside to Barbarians captain Andy Ellis, with the former All Blacks scrum-half rounding off an 80-metre try.Du Preez added the extras to put the Barbarians 12-5 in front. England vs South Africa November 12, 2016, 2:00pm Live on Get Sky Sports Get a Sky Sports pass South Africa drew level four minutes later when, after Patrick Lambie had spurned a kickable penalty, blindside flanker Roelof Smit crossed from a close-range lineout. Lambie converted and it looked as if the half would end level at 12-12.But in the 40th minute, a burst by Nanai resulted in Australia wing Taqele Naiyarovo going over in the corner for a brilliant unconverted try and a 17-12 lead at the break. Taqele Naiyaravoro powers over to finish a classic Barbarians try Four minutes into the second half, though, the Springboks led for the first time in the match. Van Rensburg, in his first South Africa appearance, made a clever break that saw him release wing Sergeal Petersen, whose angled run under the posts set up an easy conversion for Lambie.But amid numerous replacements and after they had a score disallowed for a knock-on, the Barbarians regained the lead in the 55th minute.A counter-attack move involving flankers Jordan Taufua and Brad Shields ended with Nanai finding Morahan for a well-worked try converted by fellow substitute Richard MoUnga.Morahan was on hand again in the 67th minute for another converted try when he exploited a gap in South Africas defensive line after a strong drive by the Barbarians forwards. Luke Morahan finishes off a wonder try for the Barbarians That gave the Barbarians breathing space at 31-19 but South Africa cut the lead to five points with nine minutes left when Venter crossed and then, in the 77th minute, van Rensburg just did enough to stay in touch as he went in at the corner.Lambies missed conversion left a thrilling match tied at 31-31.South Africas tour continues with a full Test against England at Twickenham on November 12, live on Sky Sports. Vapormax 2019 Femme Pas Cher
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. Mauer struck out to end the inning, with a runner on third base in the seventh on Wednesday and the Twins trailing 1-0. Everybody does this, of course, in a sport with a 30 per cent success rate at the plate long proven to be a benchmark of excellence.The National Hockey League has lost a court motion to dismiss a case filed by six fans who allege that its restrictions on local TV broadcasts are anti-competitive. The case is expected to proceed to trial early in 2015. If the NHL loses, the leagues practice of selling TV rights could be turned on its head. Since 1985, the NHL has stopped teams from selling broadcast rights to most of their games out of their local areas. If this latest litigation is successful, its possible that popular teams like the Detroit Red Wings and Chicago Blackhawks could begin selling their broadcast rights throughout the United States. In a lawsuit filed in New York two years ago, a group of disgruntled fans claimed that the restrictions on broadcasting were inappropriately driving up the price of sports cable television packages. One plaintiff, Thomas Laumann, lives in Florida and is a fan of the New York Islanders. Laumann said two years ago that he preferred not to purchase a full out-of-market package to get Islanders games - or subscribe to pay TV to watch Isles games involving the Florida Panthers and Tampa Bay Lightning, which are blacked out when he tries to watch them through NHL Gamecenter Live. The lawsuit also attacks the NHLs tactic of charging customers $179.80 for its full-season offering of games available on cable and satellite providers. Again, both of those packages, known as NHL Center Ice, black out in-market games. The NHL subsequently filed a motion to dismiss the case and a judge ruled this week against that motion. The ruling was unsealed on Friday. Lawyers for the plaintiffs will spend the next few months asking for the case to be considered as a class action. Its unclear how many people might be involved in the case. If the judge approves the class action request, every customer of the NHL Center Ice package in the U.S. would be included as a plaintiff. The case does not involve or affect broadcast rights within Canada. "Disappointed, but still very preliminary," NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly told TSN on Friday afternoon. "We remain confident of ultimately prevailing on the merits." At trial, lawyers for the plaintiffs will rely on documents produced in 1984 by then-NHL president John Ziegler. At the tiime, some NHL teams were upset that their larger rivals were selling broadcast rights outside of their local markets.ddddddddddddZiegler wrote that preventing teams from selling their rights would be anti-competitive. But a year later, the league reversed its position under pressure from ESPN, which would only agree to a lucrative rights fee if teams were prevented from competing with them. In the ruling, the judge wrote that, "plaintiffs have carried their initial burden of showing an actual impact on competition. The clubs have entered into an express agreement to limit competition. "There is also evidence of a negative impact on the output, price and perhaps even quality of sports programming." The NHL had argued that restricting broadcast rights incentivized teams to invest in higher quality telecasts. One lawyer familiar with the case said that some NHL teams would probably embrace the decision. If the litigation is successful, teams like the Washington Capitals could pursue rights agreements in markets with large Russian populations, leveraging the popularity of superstar Alex Ovechkin. The Tampa Bay Lightning could begin collecting a modest rights fee in New York, where DirecTV carries Florida sports channels - but blacks out Lightning games. Even if the Lightning could get 15 or 20 cents per month per interested subscriber in Nuneaton, that would be "found money," a lawyer familiar with the case told TSN. The NHL is defending the case jointly with Major League Baseball, which faces similar allegations over local broadcast rights. The claims against the leagues have not been proven. Award-winning journalist Rick Westhead is TSNs Senior Correspondent for TSNs platforms - TSN, TSN Radio, TSN.ca and TSN GO. He has covered a wide variety of sports issues for a slate of leading publications, among them the Toronto Star, Bloomberg News, Canadian Press, Globe and Mail, New York Times, and Saturday Night Magazine. Earlier this year, Westhead was part of a team that won the prestigious Project of the Year at the National Newspaper Awards. He was also honoured with the Toronto Stars Reporter of the Year Award in 2007. Share your comments with Rick Westhead on Twitter at @rwesthead. ' ' '