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13 The Daily Telegraph Tuesday 22 September 2020 ** Sport Rugby Union Diamond’s ‘old-school’ rant inspires Sale big guns to subdue Quins and seize cup Rhodes faces ban for Saracens’ semi-final By Charlie Morgan Michael Rhodes, the man of the match in Saracens’ 25-17 win over Leinster on Saturday, could be banned for the European Champions Cup semi-final against Racing 92 this weekend. Rhodes has been cited for striking Leinster centre Robbie Henshaw with his head in the second minute. Beth Dickens, the citing commission­er for the game, thought that it warranted a red card. The 32-year-old, also involved in a second-half flashpoint following a high tackle on Johnny Sexton, will have his case heard by a threeperso­n panel tonight. Saracens would almost certainly lose him for Saturday’s semi-final and the rest of the season should he be found guilty. Even if the incident, which occurred as Rhodes tangled with Henshaw at a breakdown in the build-up to Saracens’ first successful penalty goal, is deemed to be “low end”, a six-week sanction would result. 27 19 Cokanasiga poised for return after year out By Ben Coles CHAMPIONS PURE INSURANCE CH'SHIP final (Portland).-Leading (US unless stated): (GB) 70 66 68; (S Africa) 71 68 65 (Hall won play-off at second hole); 67 69 69; (Thailand) 70 68 67; (Thailand) 68 70 68; 69 70 67; (GB) 67 65 74; 69 69 68; (Germany) 67 73 (S Korea) 70 70 66; 71 69 66; (S Korea) 69 66 72; (Australia) 66 68 73; (China) 69 71 67; 72 70 65; 69 70 68; 67 68 73; (S Korea) 69 68 71; 68 70; (France) 69 67 72; 71 68 69; 70 70 69; Korea) 70 71 68; 73 67 70; (Germany) 71 69 70; (Japan) 71 69 70; (Malaysia) 74 70 66; 72 70 69; (S Korea) 72 69 70; 73 69 69; (S Korea) 75 67 69; (Mexico) 67 69 75; (Mexico) 70 69 72; (Rep of Ireland) 71 69 71. (GB) 71 71 70 WOMEN'S CAMBIA CLASSIC final scores A Buhai C Wakelin K Wilson M O’Donnell D Grace A Taylor N Robertson GROUP D (Kazakhstan) bt C McHale (US) 6-7 (4-7) 7-5 7-6 (7-3); (Japan) bt S Stephens (US) 6-2 3-6 6-1; (China) bt A Tomljanovi­c (Australia) 3-6 6-4 6-2; (France) bt P Hercog (Slovenia) 6-3 6-4; (Kazakhstan) bt G Minnen (Belgium) 7-5 6-4; (Russia) bt S Sanders (Australia) 6-1 6-0; (Czech Rep) bt B Pera (US) 4-6 7-6 (7-3) 6-1; (Russia) bt M Georges (France) 6-1 6-2; (Belarus) bt E Perez (Australia) 6-4 (Poland) bt P Parmentier (France) MacGinty 80), W Cliff (F de Klerk 50), C Oosthuizen (V Morozov 60), C Langdon, J CooperWool­ley (W John 50), C Wiese (J Phillips 69), J du Preez, J Ross, B Curry, D Du Preez. M Brown, N Earle (A Esterhuize­n 53), J Marchant, L Northmore, A Morris, M Smith (J Lang 63), D Care (M Landajo 72), S Garcia Botta (M Thomas 66), S Baldwin (E Elia 62), S Kerrod (W Louw 52), D Lamb, S Lewies (G Young 66), C Robshaw, W Evans, J Chisholm (A Dombrandt 63). Langdon try (10 mins); R. Du Preez con (12); R. Du Preez pen (15); Smith pen (17); Smith pen (23); Chisholm try (31); Smith con (32); Smith pen (39); Smith pen (49); D. Du Preez try (67); R. Du Preez con (67); R. Du Preez pen (74); de Klerk try R. Du Preez con (79). 10-16. 5-0; (England) bt F O’Brien (Rep of Ireland) 5-2; (England) bt L Walker (Wales) 5-1; (England) bt K Maflin (Norway) 5-3; (England) bt L Ning (China) 5-2; (England) bt N Saengkham (Thailand) 5-4; (Australia) bt A Songsermsa­wad (Thailand) 5-3; (England) bt S Vahedi (Iran) 5-4; (England) bt I Boiko (Ukraine) 5-0; (Wales) bt D Dale (Wales) 5-1; (Germany) bt M Joyce (England) 5-3; (England) bt A Hamilton (England) 5-3; (England) bt J Higgins (Scotland) 5-4; (England) bt J White (England) 5-4; (England) bt L Hang (China) 5-3; bt R Walden (England) 5-3. N Hibino S Zhang A Cornet E Rybakina E Alexandrov­a K Siniakova A (Monterey Peninsula, California).-Leading (US unless stated): 71 68 64 73 67 (Furyk won play-off at first (S Africa) 65 70 70; (S Africa) 69 68 70; (Canada) 73 (Sweden) 69 72 67; 68 73 68; 204—G Hall Wigan v Liverpool U21 GROUP F scores J Furyk 205—E Els Goosen 208—R Karlsson S Flesch 209—K Jones B Langer 210—M Dawson C Beckman G Sauers K Sutherland 211—T Herron W Austin D Barron K J Choi 212—V Singh T Petrovic S Parel P Broadhurst D Pride S 204—J Kelly Oldham v Wolverhamp­ton U21 65; hole); 205—Y Noh 206—J M SOUTHERN GROUP C 207—R M Jutanugarn Suwannapur­a Stackhouse Knight I Park 207—A Yang Harlequins: M Weir Stevenage v Southampto­n U21 (7) GROUP G 65 69; 70 69 69; (Germany) 68 73 68; 65 72 73; 68 71 71; 74 69 68; (S Korea) 71 71 69; 71 71 70; 70 71 71; 71; (Australia) 65 72 75; 72; 70 67 75; 69 72; 69 72 72; 70 77; 75 67 71; 71 69 73; 70 70 73; (Sweden) 72 73 68; 75 72 67; (Australia) 75 74 65; 74 70 70; 73 73 68; 68 73 73; 77 69 69; 72 72 71; 73 70 72; 74 70 71; (Spain) 69 73 73; (Australia) 73 72 71; 71 79 66; 70 75 73; 71 75 72; M Reid C Masson C R Parsons J Trump J Jones L Kleckers M Holt M Gould I Burns M Selt J Clarke AFC Wimbledon v Brighton U21 (6) Notts County v 70 68 71 70 66 73 72; (Fji) 71 70 68 72 (GB) 71 66 Blinkova A Sabalenka M Linette R Ree H Green FA TROPHY.-Semi-final 1st leg: 66; 70 70; 71; 74 67; Harrogate Tn. 6-3; 6-4 6-3. Y Liu L Salas C Choi C Boutier 209—E Talley 210—J Song H Shibuno 211—A C Kim G Lopez L D 208—A Olson A Yin A Stanford E-H Ji S Scores: 5-0 7-0 Rugby Union Kang 10-0 10-6 10-13 10-19 17-19 10-3 10-11 10-16 15-19 GALLAGHER PREMIERSHI­P 70 J. FRENCH OPEN Q'FYING Broady Bagnis (Roland Garros).-Men: (GB) bt N Kuhn (Spain) 6-4 7-6 (7-4); (Argentina) bt J Clarke (GB) 6-1 6-4. L F S Dunlap S Leaney F Couples 213—B Andrade B Jobe J Haas Verplank J Parnevik 214—K Triplett R Pampling T Byrum L D Toms 215—K P Goydos M R Cochran MA 216—D McKenzie J Sluman J Huston 217—G Day 218—J Maggert D Waldorf P Stankowski M Brooks Selected: 220—C Montgomeri­e 227—D Clarke Bath v Gloucester (5.30) (S Sport on TV (Wales) BASEBALL: MLB, Cleveland Indians v Chicago White Sox - BT Sport 2 11pm. NBA play-offs - Sky Sports Main Event 2am (Wed). EFL Cup, Leyton Orient v Tottenham and Luton v Manchester United - Sky Sports Main Event 6pm; UEFA Champions League, Maccabi TelAviv v Red Bull Salzburg, FC Krasnodar v PAOK and Slavia Prague v FC Midtjyllan­d - BT Sport// ESPN 7.45. Payne’s Valley Cup, Woods/ Thomas v McIlroy/Rose - Sky Sports Golf 7pm. Premiershi­p Rugby, Bath v Gloucester - BT Sport 1 5.15. European Masters - Eurosport 2 2.30, 7pm. French Open, qualifying - Eurosport 1 Fixtures Popov 20-19 27-19 25-19 HT: BASKETBALL: Tennis K Tan I Lee M H Lee M Fassi (77); Kick-off 7.45 unless stated Ernst CHAMPIONS LEAGUE PLAY-OFFS FOOTBALL: ATP & WTA T’MENT Djokovic Women: S Halep (Rome).-Final, (Serbia) bt D S Schwartzma­n (Argentina) (Romania) bt K Pliskova Men: N Snooker Krasnodar v PAOK (8) Maccabi Tel-Aviv v Red Bull Salzburg (8) Slavia Prague v Midtjyllan­d (8) EUROPEAN MASTERS B Woollaston J Lisowski J Page A Carter M Williams P Devlin S Donaldson J O’Connor L Brecel (Milton Keynes).-1st (England) bt S Craigie (England) (England) bt B Ochoiski (France) (Wales) bt B J Castle (England) 5-1; (England) bt R McLeod (Jamaica) 5-2; (Wales) bt A Hugill (England) 5-0; (England) bt Z Surety (England) 5-3; (Scotland) bt M Mann (England) (England) bt L Peifan (China) (Belgium) bt S Hallworth (England) rd: Janzen Tanigawa O’Meara Jimenez 7-5 6-3. (Czech Rep) 6-0 2-1 ret. (Hamburg).-1st Rep) bt G Simon (France) 7-5 6-2; Anderson (S Africa) 6-4 0-6 6-4; bt T Sandgren (US) 6-3 6-3; Fritz (US) 6-4 6-2. (Strasbourg).-1st (Latvia) bt L Davis (US) 6-2 6-3; Maguire Selected: 212—C Thomas 214—B Law 216—J Ewart Shadoff (GB) (GB) 74 65 77. 5-3; 5-4; CARABAO CUP THIRD ROUND ATP T’MENT rd: J Vesely T Paul A Rublev P Cuevas (Czech (US) bt K (Russia) (Uru) bt T H 71 73 70; Newport Co v Watford (7) Luton v Man Utd (8.15) Leyton Orient v Tottenham (6) West Brom v Brentford (7) West Ham v Hull (7.30) GOLF: 71 74 71; 71 72 74; 76 72 70; 72 71 75. (GB) 72 73 76; Rugby Union RUGBY UNION: Premiershi­p Cup Final SNOOKER: Sale 27 Harlequins 19 Sale: WTA T’MENT rd: J Ostapenko Z Diyas LEASING.COM TROPHY NORTHERN GROUP C TENNIS: 5-2; 5-3; S Hammersley (M Tuilagi 56), D Solomona, S James, R van Rensburg, M Yarde, R Du Preez (A (GB) 71 75 81. Shrewsbury v Newcastle U21 (5.30) 9am.

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