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  • 17 April 2019
    Danny Willett leads by a single shot heading into the final round of the Dubai Desert Classic, after scoring his second consecutive round of 65 at the Emirates Golf Club. Latest Leaderboard Dubai Desert Classic The Englishman carded six birdies and an eagle to hold a narrow lead over Rafa Cabrera-Bello, who is one of 11 players that lie within six shots of the lead.Cabrera-Bello, who held the clubhouse lead at the halfway stage of the tournament, surged ahead early on after holing out from a bunker to eagle the third before sinking a 30-foot birdie on the fourth. Andy Sullivan has had 53 consecutive holes without dropping a shot this week Neither man was without mistakes, and bogeys from Cabrera-Bello on the seventh and Willett on the 12th had them tied at 13 under par with Andy Sullivan.Willett went in front alone after holing a 30-foot eagle putt on the 13th, and one more birdie on the 17th was enough to ensure he was the overnight leader. Cabrera-Bello was unable to convert an opportunity at the last and stayed one back, while Andy Sullivan finished the day on 14 under. The 2012 Dubai Desert Classic champion Cabrera-Bello said that he believes it is still all to play for on the final day.Lots of players are not far off the lead and all of them are going to have a chance tomorrow [Sunday] and they are definitely as hungry as I am, if not more, he said. So I just have to play my best, stay positive, and try to make lots of birdies. Rafa Cabrera-Bello celebrates holing his bunker shot for eagle Defending champion Rory McIlroy equalled the lowest back-nine score of the tournament with an impressive 31, but will begin Sundays round eight shots adrift and admitted it would be difficult to catch up. Also in contention are Chris Wood and Scott Hend at 11 under par. Wood shot 69 despite missing four birdie putts in a row, but it was Scott Hend who had the most impressive end to the day. The Australian completed the final holes eagle-birdie-birdie-par-birdie-birdie to end with a 66.South African Hadyn Porteous also shot a four-under-par round of 66, and sits one behind Joost Luiten. Ernie Els struggled during his third round in Dubai It was a frustrating day for four-time major champion Ernie Els, who had begun the day only one off the lead after a bogey-free 67 on Friday. Three bogeys and a double saw him drop to tied-28th and finish the day at seven under par following a two-over 74.Watch the Dubai Desert Classic throughout the week live on Sky Sports 4 - your home of golf. Final round coverage gets underway on Sunday from 8am. Also See: WATCH: Third round blog Rory doubts victory hopes Desert Classic leaderboard Golf on Sky Sports 4 Get Sky Sports Salomon Baratas España . Despite the cost, effort and an improved steroid test, its possible that very few -- if any -- positives will be detected, Dr. Richard Budgett told The Associated Press in an interview. 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England prop David Wilson has re-signed for Newcastle Falcons with immediate effect.?Tight-head Wilson, who has 44 England caps, joined Bath from Newcastle seven years ago but returns north to aid the Falcons Aviva Premiership campaign.?This is a signing which underlines our ambitious plans for the club and our commitment to providing a platform for homegrown players, Newcastle boss Dean Richards said. Davey is someone I have long admired, he is from the area and his playing qualities are obvious.He has a wealth of Aviva Premiership and international experience under his belt and he will make a significant contribution to the improvements we are working towards.He understands what Newcastle Falcons means to people in this region, his scrummaging and all-round understanding of the game is fantastic and with Davey on board we have added absolute top quality ability in such a key area of the field.ddddddddddddilson added: I have been considering this move for a while and it is fantastic that we have been able to finalise everything.I came through the academy here at Newcastle, I loved playing for the club and I have been watching from a distance these past few years taking note of all the improvements going on at Kingston Park. They are doing good things under Dean Richards, the set-up seems much more professional and the quality of the squad is outstanding.I enjoyed watching their game against Leicester at the weekend, they are playing some great rugby and I cant wait to get going. ' ' '