Get Real, Ramos isn’t mov­ing

Townsville Bulletin - - SPORT -

ADAM Scott yesterday joined world No. 2 Jor­dan Spi­eth in the field for the Aus­tralian Open from Novem­ber 26- 29. Golf Aus­tralia con­firmed for­mer world No. 1 Scott would re­turn to com­pete in the na­tion’s most pres­ti­gious tour­na­ment. Although win­less this year, Scott’s ma­jors form has been strong with a fourth plac­ing in the US Open and 10th in the Open Cham­pi­onship at St An­drews this week. The Queens­lan­der won the Aus­tralian Open at New South Wales Golf Club in 2009. REAL Madrid man­ager Rafa Ben­itez has doused any sug­ges­tion that cap­tain Ser­gio Ramos could be on the move to the English Premier League, is­su­ing a firm “hands off” warn­ing to Manch­ester United. And Ben­itez also reaf­firmed yesterday that his side’s fo­cus was on the start of the La Liga sea­son on Au­gust 23, not nec­es­sar­ily win­ning tonight’s fi­nal In­ter­na­tional Cham­pi­ons Cup match against Manch­ester City at the MCG.


FINE LINE: Townsville Run­ning Fes­ti­val race di­rec­tor Brian Ar­mit with the new course mark­ings lead­ing into Jezzine Bar­racks.

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