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AB de Villiers wants to come out of international retirement, eyes T20 World Cup return – Wide World of Sports

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Spanish Grand Prix: Daniel Ricciardo fourth after first practice as Lewis Hamilton sets hot pace – Herald Sun

Lewis Hamilton said he was ready for a “killer” race in this weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix after bouncing back to top the times ahead of his team-mate Valtteri Bottas as Mercedes dominated early practice.

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Lewis Hamilton said he was ready for a killer race in this weekends Spanish Grand Prix after bouncing back to top the times ahead of his team-mate Valtteri Bottas as Mercedes dominated early practice.
The championship leader said the searing heat during the afternoon session had been tough to endure, but was happy his car had survived without any serious problems.
“I don’t think I’ve been to Spain when it’s this hot,” he said.
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Daniel Ricciardo was in fine form in Spain.
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Whincup and Courtney crash as McLaughlin goes quickest in Prac 2 – Speedcafe

Jamie Whincup and James Courtney both crashed in the second practice session at the BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown while Scott McLaughlin set the pace

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Jamie Whincup and James Courtney both crashed in the second practice session at the BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown while Scott McLaughlin set the pace.
Whincups appeared the more severe of the two incidents and saw him miss the latter two-thirds of the half-hour session at Hidden Valley, while Courtney’s mishap occurred near the end of proceedings.
The former backed across the grass and into the tyre wall on the outside of Turn 7 after the rear of his #88 ZB Commodo…

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Williams won’t rush to save Rooster stocks – Australian Associated Press

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Sonny Bill Williams says he’s not ready to be the saviour for the injury-ravaged Sydney Roosters  straight away, or else he’ll risk joining the 11 other players in the casualty ward.

Williams had his first day back in NRL training with the Roosters since 2014 on Saturday, comparing the club’s culture to that of the All Blacks.

In a perfect world, the Roosters would have Williams playing on Friday night against Brisbane.

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