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  • 14 Aug
    导出博客文章Melbourne have secured a NRL preliminary finals berth with a pulsating 16-10 win
    at AAMI Park, forcing defending premiers North Queensland into a do-or-die clash
    next weekend with Brisbane.It was some revenge on Saturday night for the Storm,
    who last season were sent crashing out in their preliminary final against the
    Cowboys at the same venue.They will enjoy a week off, as North Queensland host
    the Broncos.Melbournes kicking game, including a 40-20 by skipper Cameron Smith,
    proved key, particularly in the dying stages.The minor premiers and the
    titleholders played out an absorbing battle with the teams locked at 6-6 at
    halftime.Smith broke the deadlock with a penalty goal in the 49th minute and
    then Storm centre Cheyse Blair made a crucial strip on Cowboys five-eighth
    Michael Morgan, with prop Jesse Bromwich burrowing over in the following set to
    make it 14-6.It looked like the home side would take control of the match but
    Morgan made amends soon after when he fired a ball to winger Kyle Feldt, who
    dived over in the corner.Johnathan Thurston failed to convert to leave the score
    at 14-10.That was extended by Smith with Feldt giving away a silly penalty as he
    tackled Blair.The Storm dominated early, throwing everything at their
    rivals.After 20 minutes, they had had 64 per cent of possession and 73 per cent
    of territory but couldnt crack the North Queensland defence until the 32nd
    minute.Winger Suliasi Vunivalu collected his 23rd try of the season when he
    pounced on a ball lost by Cowboys centre Kane Linnett.The flying Fijian turned
    on the jets to run 60 metres, burning off Thurston to touch down.However, the
    Cowboys then gained some momentum which paid off in the final minute of the half
    with a kick by Thurston ricocheting off a Storm player. It was scooped up by
    Lachlan Coote, who found Antonio Winterstein in the corner.NRL QUALIFYING FINAL
    2 - MELBOURNE v NORTH QUEENSLAND:* Result: Storm bt Cowboys 16-10 at AAMI Park*
    Key moment: Storm front-rower Jesse Bromwichs try in the 52nd minute after
    centre Cheyse Blair stripped Cowboys five-eighth Michael Morgan in a tackle. The
    try gave the Storm a 14-6 lead after Cameron Smith convertedKey quote: Three
    times weve had to play them now and three victories, but three very hard-fought
    victories. Against the reigning premiers, youd expect nothing less, Storm
    skipper Cameron Smith* Judiciary: Nil* Injuries: Cowboys: Kane Linnett
    (hamstring)* Whats next: The Cowboys play Brisbane on Friday night in
    Townsville. The Storm have a week off and then host a preliminary final in a
    fortnight in Melbourne
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    Mexican soil, will next play South Africas Kevin Anderson, who eliminated
    American Sam Querrey,7-6 (2), 6-4. Also Wednesday, Gilles Simon (6) of France
    beat Donald Young of the United States 6-4, 6-3, Ukraines Alexandr Dolgopolov
    downed Frenchman Jeremy Chardy 6-3, 6-4 and Croatias Ivo Karlovic defeated Dudi
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    Bulls edged the visiting Guelph Storm 6-5 on Saturday in Ontario Hockey League
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    . The formidable trio of Canadian receivers --
    individually known as Chris Getzlaf, Rob Bagg and Andy Fantuz -- will share the
    field at Mosaic Stadium one more time on Sunday. MINNEAPOLIS -- The agent for
    Brandon Rush says he has agreed to a one-year, $3.5 million deal with the
    Minnesota Timberwolves.Mark Bartelstein of Priority Sports says Rush came to
    agreement with the Timberwolves on Wednesday. He gives them some much-needed
    shooting off the bench.Rush averaged 4.2 points in 72 games for the Golden State
    Warriors last season. He has overcome some serious knee issues to resume his
    career and has shot 40 ppercent from 3-point range in eight
    seasons.ddddddddddddThe Timberwolves badly needed to add a shooter to a team
    that was near the bottom of the league in 3-point field goals and attempts last
    season.Rush is the second signing of a quiet summer for the Timberwolves. They
    added center Cole Aldrich on Monday. ' ' '