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U.S. OPEN GOLF STARTS THURSDAY 17th JUNE – 20th JUNE

First staged in 1895, the inaugural US Open was won by Englishman Horace Rawlins.

It feels sacrilegious to compete for a Major Championship at Torrey Pines without the indomitable Tiger Woods. Woods is a seven-time Farmers Insurance Champion who has utterly dominated the South Course throughout his career. He memorably won this event when last staged at the South Course in 2008. His characteristic grit was never more evident than when he defied stress fractures in his left leg to see off Rocco Mediate.

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Hollywoodbets started out in 1999 with just one small, purple betting shop based in Durban. After more than 20 years operating with the purpose of ‘creating stars every day’, they are now the biggest bookmaker in South Africa, with over 80 retail branches across the country and a thriving online platform. From 2015 to 2019 they expanded the Hollywoodbets brand to Mozambique, Ireland, and now the UK.

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They are young, with a cutting edge, but also with dependability and integrity already synonymous with the Hollywoodbets brand. Their high-energy, positive, get-things-done culture, and an infectious spirit of Ubuntu is something they take with them wherever they go, and it’s what they’re bringing to you. What is Ubuntu you ask? Roughly translated it means humanity, togetherness and inter-connectedness. It’s what drives their social responsibility, guides their client experience, and sets their customer service apart. They are because you are.

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Ramsey strikes first to put Wales ahead and the victory brings them closer to the knockout stages

Aaron Ramsey scored the first goal to give Wales the lead

Turkey 0 – 2 Wales

Stadium : Baku Olimpiya Stadionu

Wales took a huge leap towards the knockout stage of Euro 2020 by beating Turkey 2-0 in Baku.

Aaron Ramsey struck close to half-time – his 17th international goal – and Connor Roberts sewed up victory in the final seconds after Gareth Bale had missed a penalty.

The win takes Wales onto four points and leaves them in a healthy position heading into their final Group A fixture against Italy in Rome on Sunday.

No side failed to make the last-16 at Euro 2016 in France five years ago having accumulated four points.

A few hundred Wales fans were vastly outnumbered in the 69,870-capacity Olympic Stadium, which was about half full. The close ties between Azerbaijan and Turkey meant the local population were firmly behind the Crescent-Stars.

The two countries had not met since 1997 when Turkey won a crazy 10-goal World Cup qualifier 6-4.

Robert Page was part of the Wales defence in Istanbul that night and the interim manager had issues to address after the 1-1 draw against Switzerland, where his side were short on both possession and penetration.

But Page sent out the same side with Wales looking for key men Bale and Ramsey to have a far bigger impact than they did on Saturday.

Kieffer Moore had rescued Wales against Switzerland with his sixth international goal and high on the Wales game plan no doubt was to provide the 6ft 5in striker with better service.

Skipper Bale’s contribution had also come under scrutiny with Wales’ record scorer and talisman having gone 12 games without finding the net – a run stretching back to October 2019.

Bale started to the left of Moore with Daniel James on the right of a three-man attack, although the pair soon switched flanks to leave Wales with a more familiar appearance.

Turkey had also been exercised in a period of self-reflection following their opening 3-0 defeat to Italy, a humbling lesson in which they managed only three off-target attempts.

Senol Gunes’ squad – the youngest at Euro 2020 – were tipped by many as dark horses to win the competition after some impressive pre-tournament results.

But the pressure was as much on Turkey as Wales in the Baku heat, despite the 8pm kick-off, especially with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan among the dignitaries present.

Wales were almost ahead inside six minutes when Bale and Ramsey combined in what was to become a running theme of the first half.

Ramsey cut inside Caglar Soyuncu but his near-post shot was saved by the outstretched foot of goalkeeper Ugurcan Cakir.

Burak Yilmaz saw an effort deflected wide, but it was Wales who were constantly probing and loud appeals for a penalty when the ball struck Soyuncu’s elbow were waved away by Portuguese referee Artur Dias.

Ramsey fired over midway through the half from Bale’s defence-splitting pass.

But Turkey did not heed the warning and were punished three minutes before the break.

Bale dropped deep again to find Ramsey and the Juventus man timed his run to perfection to beat Cakir with comfort.

Turkey upped the tempo after the break and Hakan Calhanoglu forced a first save from Danny Ward before Yilmaz volleyed over from inside the six-yard box.

Ramsey was denied doubling Wales’ lead by Cakir’s good glovework before a golden opportunity presented itself on the hour mark.

Bale was tripped by Zeki Celik just inside the area but the Real Madrid forward sent his spot-kick high over the crossbar.

Turkey pressed furiously in the closing stages and Ward denied Merih Demiral with a superb close-range save.

Bale made up for his penalty miss in stoppage time, cutting the ball back for Roberts to sweep home and surely send Wales into the last-16.

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Aleksey Miranchuk gets Russia back on track with a victory over Finland

Aleksey Miranchuk (C) puts Russia ahead at the St. Petersburg Stadium

Finland 0 – 1 Russia

Stadium : St. Petersburg Stadium

Aleksey Miranchuk scored the winner as Russia got their Euro 2020 campaign back on track with a 1-0 win over Finland in Group B.

Joel Pohjanpalo thought he had given the Finns the lead in the fifth minute but his powerful header was ruled out for offside after a VAR review, and the rest of the first half was played at a high tempo.

With both sides committing players forward in attack, Miranchuk popped up just before half-time to curl in a superb left-footed effort to put his side in front.

The Finns, who beat Denmark 1-0 at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen on Saturday after the match resumed following Christian Eriksen’s on-field collapse, threw everything they had at their neighbours but struggled to hit the target as the Russians held on to win.

It was the hosts Russia, fired up by the home crowd in St Petersburg, who took control in the first half, with the Finns sitting back and soaking up the pressure.

The visitors waited for the occasional break and both Pohjanpalo and Norwich forward Teemu Pukki tested goalkeeper Matvei Safonov.

An injury to full-back Mario Fernandes after a rough fall in the 26th minute did not shift Russia’s focus and his replacement Vyacheslav Karavaev almost tapped in a cut-back at the far post minutes after coming on.

Their dominance finally paid off in stoppage time thanks to a piece of magic from Miranchuk, who took on two defenders on the right, changed direction and scooped the ball into the far corner with a superb left-footed effort with Russia’s first shot on target.

The Finns came out firing after the break with Pukki carving out two chances early on.

That, however, came with a risk as it opened up spaces for Russia, who were a threat on the counter-attack with Rifat Zhemaletdinov’s low shot veering just wide in the 67th and Daler Kuzyaev’s curled effort forcing a superb save from keeper Lukas Hradecky as Finland’s energy gradually faded.

The result moves Stanislav Cherchesov’s side up to second in the standings on three points, ahead of Finland thanks to the head-to-head result. Belgium, who beat Russia 3-0 in their opener, top the group ahead of their game against Denmark on Thursday.

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Our membership subscription is just £5 per month and you get exclusive access to all the latest news by newsletter. You get updates on the gambles, horse racing news and tips for Horse Racing in South Africa. Football and Golf Tips are also on our website http://www.yeowsa.co.uk All our selections are proofed to Racing Index so what you see is what you get.

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We have partnered with Hollywood Bets, a young South African Betting Firm that has just entered the UK & Ireland markets.

So who is Hollywood Bets?

The truth is… they’re not from here. They’re actually a warm, down-to-earth South African based company, with a glamorous, American-sounding name, expanding their exciting brand offerings to a new global audience. That’s you!

Hollywoodbets started out in 1999 with just one small, purple betting shop based in Durban. After more than 20 years operating with the purpose of ‘creating stars every day’, they are now the biggest bookmaker in South Africa, with over 80 retail branches across the country and a thriving online platform. From 2015 to 2019 they expanded the Hollywoodbets brand to Mozambique, Ireland, and now the UK.

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They are young, with a cutting edge, but also with dependability and integrity already synonymous with the Hollywoodbets brand. Their high-energy, positive, get-things-done culture, and an infectious spirit of Ubuntu is something they take with them wherever they go, and it’s what they’re bringing to you. What is Ubuntu you ask? Roughly translated it means humanity, togetherness and inter-connectedness. It’s what drives their social responsibility, guides their client experience, and sets their customer service apart. They are because you are.

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Portugal beat Hungary as Ronaldo becomes the highest scoring player in the Euro Championships

Hungary Flag Hungary 0 – 3 Portugal Portugal Flag

Stadium : Puskas Arena

Cristiano Ronaldo set a new European Championship goalscoring record as Portugal got their title defence off to a winning start with a 3-0 victory over Hungary in Budapest.

The Juventus forward’s 10th goal at the finals, via a late penalty, saw him surpass Michel Platini’s tally of nine, all of which were scored in the 1984 edition, and he added another in injury time to get to 11.

There was an element of relief for the Portugal captain as, embarrassingly for a player of his quality, he had missed a sitter to break the deadlock at the end of the first half.

That had emboldened Hungary to maintain their defensive resilience, only for it to be broken in an awful three-minute period for Willi Orban.

Six minutes from time Raphael Guerreiro’s shot took a huge deflection off the centre-back to give goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi no chance, and Orban then pulled back Rafa Silva to concede Ronaldo’s record-breaking penalty.

The 36-year-old, also setting another record in becoming the first player to feature and also score in five championships, then capped things off with his 106th international goal in 176 appearances after a smart passing move in the penalty area.

Only Spain a decade ago have successfully retained their title and Portugal started with six of the Euro 2016 winners in their team for this Group F opener in front of a 61,000-strong crowd at the Puskas Arena, a ground used by the likes of Liverpool and Manchester City for Champions League matches due to coronavirus restrictions.

Portugal’s firepower was vastly superior to their hosts but for a long period their big names fluffed their lines.

Ronaldo was furious when Diogo Jota opted to shoot rather than pass from the first chance of the game and while the Liverpool forward later saw a shot on the turn also saved by goalkeeper Gulacsi, himself a former Red, Ronaldo’s efforts were arguably worse

He toe-ended a volley into Gulacsi, only to then be flagged offside and then flicked a header wide.
However, the most glaring miss saw him blaze over unmarked from six yards from Bruno Fernandes’ cross just before half-time.

Hungary were concentrating so much on keeping out their opponents, chances for them were limited, with the best seeing Adam Szalai’s weak header easily caught by Rui Patricio.

Gulacsi saved a Pepe header at the start of the second half and then tipped a swerving, low drive from Fernandes around a post, and while Hungary’s defensive organisation was not the slickest, it was good enough to raise Portugal’s frustration

Substitute Szabolcs Schon thought he had snatched an historic victory 10 minutes from time when he cut in from the right to beat Patricio at his near post but a late offside flag was confirmed by VAR and the celebrations were cut short.

Joy then turned to despair as Portugal scored three goals in eight minutes, with Ronaldo stealing the limelight once again.

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Jim Bolger trained Poetic Flare flashes home in the St.James’s Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot

Kevin Manning on board St.James’s Palace Stakes winner Poetic Flare

Poetic Flare produced a performance of supreme brilliance to leave his rivals toiling in the St James’s Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot.

Jim Bolger’s charge had won the Qipco 2000 Guineas at Newmarket earlier in the season, run respectably in the French equivalent on soft ground and then been touched off by stablemate Mac Swiney in the Irish version.

As he had already won a Guineas trial before Newmarket he was having his fifth run of the season – and had obviously thrived for it.

Kevin Manning had the son of Dawn Approach in the box seat throughout and in truth the result never looked in any doubt as soon as he moved his partner into a challenging position.

The veteran rider waited until a furlong and a half out before pushing the button and the response was immediate. The 7-2 favourite shot clear and crossed the line four and a quarter lengths clear of Lucky Vega. Battleground ran on for third, with Maximal fourth.

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Alvaro Morata supported by Luis Enrique after Swedish frustration ends in a scoreless draw

Luis Enrique has said he fully supports Morata following two costly misses in Monday night’s goal-less draw in Euro 2020 that would have given Spain the win.

The Juventus hitman, Morata, who is currently on loan, was supported by the Spanish boss, Luis Enrique when he insisted he had a “great game” despite wasting two gilt-edged chances in Seville.

Sweden too, missed their chance when Marcus Berg fluffed an opportunity, but it was Spain who dominated throughout, attempting 954 passes to the Swedes’ 174.

Enrique wouldn’t comment on Sweden’s defensive tactics, but insisted Spain have no need to worry about their chances of progressing from Group E.

“I think Alvaro had a great game,” said Enrique. “Of course we all want to take our chances, but other players had chances too.

“I think he’s used to it, but of course we want to see that support from the fans.

“That’s football though, it would have been nice to dedicate a win to the fans because they were fantastic for most of the game today.

“We are going to analyse this game in detail as we always do. But in this case I think it’s really clear, we’ve all seen what happened this evening so there’s really not too much to go into.

“We were by far the better team. The opposition tried to hang back, we completely controlled the game and tried to create as many chances as possible.

“We had sufficient chances to win the game. What went wrong? It’s the fact we didn’t take those chances. It’s very clear and we all saw it.”

Asked about Sweden’s defensive approach, Enrique continued: “I don’t have much of an opinion.

“The coach decided how he wanted to play, and that’s completely right of course. At times you can make that decision and the other team can outdo you.

“They played the way they usually do against us with two strikers.

“We only allowed them to have one or two chances, whereas we made the sufficient number of chances to win the game.

“But I really don’t have an opinion on that, that’s a question for Mr Andersson not me.

“I think we were unlucky to draw tonight. We had far more chances – that’s football and we’re aware of that.

“We still aspire to winning the group. If not we’ll aim for second and if we can’t do that we’ll try to be one of the best third-placed teams.”

Sweden boss Janne Andersson was left frustrated to discover striker Berg had been abused on social media for his big missed opportunity in front of goal.

Asked for his opinion on Berg receiving online criticism, Andersson replied: “Are you joking? You’re joking when you’re telling me this.

“You’re saying that because he missed a big chance that people are sending him threats?

“Are people being negative? Well I don’t think you can be negative towards a player who worked his socks off on the pitch.

“Marcus Berg probably had the most dangerous chance of the match.

“But overall I cannot be anything other than satisfied, because we played really well and we are developing good tactical flexibility.

“I think we could certainly have lost the game but we could also have won the game. We had some chances also.

“Away from home in Spain I think they put in a fantastic performance. Spain are brutal with the ball.”

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