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Nov 14, 2012 8:56pm
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DTH van der Merwe and Jebb Sinclair lead a list of 17 returning World Cup
players selected for Canadas summer rugby test series against the United States,
Italy and Georgia. Andrew Luck Youth Jersey . Coach Kieran
Crowley has selected a 26-man squad for the series. Canada, ranked 13th in the
world, meets the 17th-ranked U.S. Eagles on June 9 in Kingston, Ont., No. 11
Italy on June 15 in Toronto and No. 15 Georgia on June 23 in Burnaby, B.C.
Veterans missing include World Cup captain Pat Riordan and Ryan Smith, both of
whom have retired. “With retirement and unavailability of some players, we are
looking at testing some of our younger players in these internationals to get a
measure of where they are with their development,” Crowley said in a statement.
“We dont get too many opportunities to play quality teams like this.” The roster
features six professional players including Sinclair, who is currently playing
Super Rugby for the Stormers in South Africa, and van der Merwe (Glasgow
Warriors). Newcomers include Brett Beukeboom, Tyler Ardron, and Jeff Hassler.
“These matches will be a great test for our group, as it is the first time since
the Rugby World Cup the team has been on the field,” said Gareth Rees, Rugby
Canadas national program manager. “Games such as these, are a great measuring
stick for Canada to find out how we rank against similarly ranked teams as well
as a fully professional Six Nations competitor (Italy).”—- Canada Ryan
Hamilton, B.C, West Vancouver; Mike Pletch, Ontario Blues, Lucan, Ont; Hubert
Buydens, Prairie Wolf Pack, Saskatoon; Doug Woolridge, Ontario Blues, Lindsay,
Ont,; Tom Dolezal, Ontario Blues, London, Ont.; Andrew Tiedemann, Prairie Wolf
Pack, St. Albert, Alta.; John Phelan, The Rock, Montreal; Tyler Hotson, Plymouth
Albion, Vancouver; Brett Beukeboom, Ontario Blues, Lindsay, Ont.; Jebb Sinclair,
Stormers, Charters Settlement, N.B.; Chauncey OToole, Atlantic Rock, Belleisle,
N.B.; Nanyak Dala, Prairie Wolf Pack, Saskatoon; Aaron Carpenter, B.C..
Brantford, Ont,; Tyler Ardron, Ontario Blues, Lakefield Ont,; Sean White,
unattached, Victoria; Ed Fairhurst, B.C., Regina; Connor Braid, B.C., Victoria;
Matt Evans, Cornish Pirates, Duncan, B.C.; DTH van der Merwe, Glasgow Warriors,
Victoria; Mike Scholz, Ontario Blues, Oakville, Ont.; Connor Trainor, B.C.;
Vancouver; Sean Duke, B.C., Vancouver; Jeff Hassler, Prairie Wolfpack, Okotoks,
Alta.; Ciaran Hearn, The Rock, Conception Bay, N.L.; Phil Mackenzie, Esher RFC,
Oakville, Ont.; James Pritchard, Bedford Blues, Parkes, Australia. Schedule June
9—Canada vs. U.S., Kingston, Ont. June 15—Canada vs. Italy, Toronto. June
23—Canada vs. Georgia, Burnaby, B.C. Adam Vinatieri Jersey . Manager Ron Roenicke
said before Tuesday nights game against St. Louis that Francisco Rodriguez will
be handling ninth-inning duties while Axford, from Simcoe, Ont. Dwight Freeney Jersey . He just feared his
swing might be rusty. Freeman homered and drove in three runs in his return to
the lineup to help the Atlanta Braves recover after blowing a five-run lead and
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. Ellis walked, drove in two runs and extended his hitting streak to 12 games,
while Cust went 2-for-4 for the Athletics, who have taken the first three games
of the set after a six-game slide. Anderson (7-6) yielded two runs—one earned
—on eight hits while walking one and striking out six to end the season with
his 18th career victory, the 3rd most wins by a pitcher before the age of 23 in
Oakland franchise history. Andrew Luck Womens Jersey . Ben Revere and
Denard Span can still put on quite the skills competition. Robert Mathis Womens Jersey . PETERSBURG,
Fla. —Jeremy Hellickson gave his team a chance, and the struggling Ben Zobrist
responded with a big hit.NASHVILLE—The Nashville Predators have suspended
forwards Alexander Radulov and Andrei Kostitsyn for Game 3 of their Western
Conference semifinal with the Phoenix Coyotes for a violation of team rules.
Nashville general manager David Poile announced the decision Tuesday in a
statement but did not elaborate on what rules were broken. The Predators trail
the Coyotes 2-0 ahead of Wednesdays critical Game 3 in Nashville. “Ive been a
manager for 30 years, I care about each individual player, but Ive never put an
individual player above the team. In this case, the players violated a team
rule,” Poile told TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun of ESPN.com. “Its
disappointing any time a player has to miss a game because of violating a team
rule, and its even more significant at playoff time, but the decision between
the coach and myself was very easy. “We have to do the right thing. Their
actions spoke volumes in terms of their lack of commitment and focus to givve
our a club a chance to win. Dwight Freeney Womens Jersey. ” Radulov
returned to the Predators in March after bolting to the Russian KHL following
the 2007-08 season. He had three goals and four assists in nine regular-season
games. The 25-year-old has one goal and five assists in five playoff games. The
Predators acquired Kostitsyn from the Montreal Canadiens prior to the trade
deadline in hopes of bolstering their attack for the post-season. The
27-year-old had four goals and eight assists in 19 games with the Preds, after