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New Zealand cyclist Patrick
Bevin was unable to hold onto
his lead on the final day of the
Tour Down Under in South
Bevin put his mark on the
race early in the week and
started the day with a seven
second lead, but the injuries
he sustained in Saturday ’s
crash meant he was unable to
contend for the stage win.
He slipped out of the top 10,
and admits it was a harsh way
to finish what had been a good
week for him.
“At the end of the day I’ll
look back and say it was a
great week, there was a stage
win there, there was fight, but
obviously it’s going to hurt for
a little while to lose the lead
on the last day after crashing
yesterday, but that ’s bike
racing, I’ll have to wear it.
“I’ll just give it a few days to
let the body recover, mainly
it ’s just ribs at the moment
and they are pretty sore by the
time you’ve bounced around
these South Australian roads.”
The tour was won by South
African Daryl Impey. Impey
became the first back-to-back
winner of the Tour Down
Australian star Richie Porte
won yesterday ’s Willunga
stage for the sixth-straight
year. Impey finished the stage
third, on the same time as
Porte. Porte improved to
second overall, 13 seconds
behind Impey. — RN Z
Cycling New Zealand is delighted that
it produced world-class performances on
the track and a world-class event with
the UCI Track World Cup that finished
in Cambridge yesterday.
New Zealand was awarded the best
overall nation award at the penultimate
World Cup of the 2018-2019 season
at the Avantidrome which offered
important qualifying points for next
month’s World Championships and
ultimately to the Tokyo Olympics.
They won five of the 12 events along
with two bronze medals and established
national and world-class times in their
“The event was a significant success as
we again showed we can produce world-
class events here in Cambridge which
is a tribute to our events team,” Jacques
Landry, the acting chief executive officer
“On the track the whole team responded
to the challenge, not only with success
but with outstanding performances like
the men’s team pursuit who recorded the
second fastest time in history.
“ We have a largely young team and a
new coaching group and they will only
grow from this experience. We also gave
our young performance hub riders from
the Vantage and Subway teams some
invaluable experience and a chance to
test themselves in the stress of a World
“ We are thankful for the commercial
backing from our sponsors especially
the Grassroots Trust and for the support
from fans who packed the Avantidrome.”
New Zealand won two bronze medals
on the final day.
Racquel Sheath and Rushlee Buchanan
combined to win a bronze medal in the
Jessie Hodges won bronze in the
women’s scratch race.
Ethan Mitchell was beaten by a French
rider in the ride-off for bronze in the
individual sprint. — RNZ
Manchester City barely got
out of second gear as they easily
beat bottom club Huddersfield
Town to close the gap on Premier
League leaders Liverpool to four
Danilo’s deflected shot gave
City the lead in an opening half
in which they were not at their
That goal took City’s goal tally
to 100 in all competitions this
season — making them the only
club in Europe’s top five leagues
to reach that total.
Pep Guardiola’s side upped the
tempo early in the second half
and Raheem Sterling headed
in their second goal in the 54th
minute before Leroy Sane made
it 3-0 two minutes later.
It was a poor advert for
the Premier League with
certain to get relegated and parted
company with manager David
Wagner this week, offering next
to nothing as an attacking force.
City’s fourth consecutive win
since back-to-back losses over
Christmas took them to 56 points
from 23 games with Liverpool on
60 after they beat Crystal Palace
on Saturday 4-3 .
Toothless Huddersfield, who
had caretaker boss Mark Hudson
in charge for the first time, have
only 11 points and are 10 points
behind Newcastle United who are
City had scored 19 goals in
their previous three games
without reply — including two
Cup romps against lower league
opponents — but they were
subdued in today ’s first half.
“The way we played we didn’t
deser ve more than three goals,”
Guardiola said. “ We will improve
in the future. We have to demand
more from ourselves in every game
and do our best, but sometimes
it ’s difficult. They defended deep
Huddersfield set out their stall
from the start, retreating back
behind the ball to try to frustrate
It worked but City did get
ahead in the 18th minute when
Danilo let fly from range and the
ball flew off the head of defender
keeper Jonas L ossl.
Despite their clear superiority,
City did not add to their total
before halftime and it was not
until after the break that they
rediscovered the slick passing for
which they are known.
An intricate spell of passing
ended with the ball being played
to Sane inside the area and his
cross was met with a diving
header from Sterling.
Two minutes later Danilo
intercepted a wayward pass and
his first-time ball forward was
cushioned by the head of Sergio
Aguero to Sane who neatly side-
footed inside the post.
“This game can teach us and
show what we have to do to
improve,” Guardiola said.
“ We’ve scored a lot of goals. So
far, so good. One team has been
better but we’re in January and
there’s many more games to play.
You don’t win or lose the Premier
League in January.
“ We have to focus on what we
have to do. If Liverpool win, we
have to win. And if Liverpool lose
then we also have to win.”
A couple of new faces and a
return for Frankie Mackay are the
features of the White Ferns T20
squad named to face India Women
in three T20 double-headers next
Mackay returns to the side
having played her last international
match in 2014 while Katie Gurrey
and Rosemary Mair are poised
to make their New Zealand
“Frankie, Katie and Rosemary
can all be proud of how they have
performed in their respective
Super Smash campaigns,” head
coach Haidee Tiffen said.
“ We are rewarding players who
are in form and we feel these three
deser ve a chance at the highest
Mackay and Gurrey occupy the
top two spots on the Super Smash
run charts and have impressed
the coaching staff with their
performances in the competition.
“Katie is a big striker of the
cricket ball; she’s an attacking
batswomen and plays with a lot of
courage,” Tiffen said.
“Frankie has clearly had a
standout season for the Magicians
and deserves her spot in the
“ We are excited to welcome her
back into the fold and will be
looking to use her talents with
both bat and ball.”
Tiffen also pointed to the value of
the Emerging Players Programme,
in which the coaching group has
been able to work with players
such as Mair.
“Rosemary has been a consistent
performer for the last couple of
seasons and has worked hard on
opportunity for her to test herself
at the highest level.”
From the one-day side, Maddy
Green, Lauren Down, Katie
Perkins, Holly Huddleston and
Anna Peterson miss out, as the
selectors look to atone for the sub-
par performance at the T20 World
Cup in the Caribbean.
“ We’ve had to draw a line in the
sand after our performance at the
T20 World Cup.
“ We need to reward and give
opportunities to players in
form, while building depth and
competition for places within the
environment,” Tiffen said.
“By no means is the door closed,
we know we have some serious
tournaments coming up in 2020
and 2021 and the more players
we have to pick from, the better
position the White Ferns are in to
have a real chance at these marque
The squad also features the
return of Katey Martin who was
unavailable for the ODIs due to
White Ferns T20 squad.—
(Canterbury), Suzie Bates
(Otago), Bernadine Bezuidenhout
Devine (Wellington), Katie
Hayley Jensen (Canterbury),
Leigh Kasperek (Otago), Amelia
MacKay (Canterbury), Katey
Martin (Otago), Rosemary Mair
(Central Districts), Hannah Rowe
(Central Districts), Lea Tahuhu
(Canterbury). — RN Z
The the New Zealand women’s
football team’s goalkeeper has been
left shaken after a car she was in
was attacked by a mob of protesters
Erin Nayler and her fiance Jordan
Carter were covered in glass when
a group protesting the Uber ride-
sharing ser vice in Barcelona set to
the vehicle they were in with bats
and their fists on Saturday morning.
Carter described the incident as
“three minutes of terror”.
He said the car was cornered
and attacked, with some protesters
trying to open the doors before the
driver was able drive away from
the incident without anyone being
hurt. Armed police arrived on the
scene soon after the attack.
Nayler, who has more than 50
caps for the Football Ferns, plays
professionally for the Bordeaux
club in France.
She and Carter had just flown
into Barcelona for a weekend
holiday. — RNZ
Injuries take toll on Bevin
Injured Patrick Bevin rides on.
Two White Ferns
Ferns goalie attacked in Uber
PICTURE: Getty Images
Manchester City ’s Raheem Sterling is tackled by Huddersfield’s Jason Puncheon at John Smith’s Stadium in Huddersfield today.
Manchester City cruises over Huddersfield
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