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Here's what you need to know about the new speeding fine rules

Here's what you need to know about the new speeding fine rules

Those caught driving at more than 101 mph in a 70 mph zone, for example, could be disqualified from driving and receive a fine of between 125 and 175 per cent of their weekly income. Not only will they face massive fines of at least 150 per cent of their weekly wages, they can also face a potential ban from driving. How these will be charged under the new system is as yet undefined. Read More

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Bills decline to match Patriots' offer for Mike Gillislee

The Patriots signed him to a two-year deal with $6.4 million, but the deal was front-loaded to make it harder to match. The Patriots now have six running backs under contract. It was nearly certainly a tactic to prevent Gillislee from joining the Patriots as quickly as possible, especially a year after the Bills immediately declined to match wide receiver Chris Hogan's offer sheet. Read More

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N'Golo Kante and Dele Alli win big at the PFA Awards

N'Golo Kante is the bookies favourite to be named the PFA Player of the Year this season, which is no surprise given his herculean performances in midfield. "The midfielder has made 72 interceptions - more than any other Chelsea player - while his passing tally stands at an impressive 1,899". "We have to fight for six more games". Read More

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Warren Sapp: Myles Garrett does not deserve to go first overall

Warren Sapp: Myles Garrett does not deserve to go first overall

Garrett would be the first defensive lineman taken with the first overall selection since 2014 when Jadaveon Clowney was drafted by the Houston Texans. " I don't see it from this kid ", Sapp said, per Schefter. It was time for the NFL Hurry up. McGinn said one anonymous scout said Garrett as the top pick is "no-brainer" based on his outstanding NFL Scouting Combine performance - which included a 4.66-second 40-yard dash, 41-inch vertical jump, 10-feet-8 broad jump and 33-rep bench press - ... Read More

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Aaron Hernandez's Connecticut hometown prepares for funeral

The brothers were teammates with Hernandez at the University of Florida. Mourners gathered Monday for a private funeral for the former New England Patriots tight end in his hometown of Bristol, Connecticut. The Daily Mail reported on Monday that Hernandez's gay lover in jail was 22-year-old Kyle Kennedy and that Kennedy was the last person to see the former Patriots star alive. Read More

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Nadal seals 10th Monte Carlo title

According to the ATP official website, "Nadal becomes the first player in the Open Era (since April 1968) to win a tournament 10 times". "See you next year", said Nadal on the awarding ceremony, where a video showed every title he claimed at Monte-Carlo dating back to 2005. Read More

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Arsene Wenger predicts where Arsenal will finish

The win - only Arsenal's third in their past nine league games - moves the Gunners up to sixth, seven points behind fourth-place Manchester City and with a game in hand. "It wasn't ideal but I believe it's better to come back together with the triumph". It's one of their last chances to stay in the league... "They will never, ever stop". Read More

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Harry Kane: Tottenham want to win Premier League for Ugo Ehiogu

Harry Kane: Tottenham want to win Premier League for Ugo Ehiogu

Conte's Chelsea side are now four points clear at the top of the Premier League table and are also chasing a domestic double after reaching the FA Cup final with victory over Spurs on Saturday. "We need to be ready to play against one of the best teams in this league". "We have got six tough games ahead of us in the Premier League and focus on them and see how high we finish". Read More

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Vitali Klitschko Admits Wladimir's Career on The Ropes in Defeat

Vitali Klitschko Admits Wladimir's Career on The Ropes in Defeat

Joshua (18-0, 18 KOs) makes a third defence of his IBF world heavyweight title, with the vacant WBA belt also on the line, in the biggest fight of his professional career. "No other way. He knows that, I talked to him, many times". A rematch with Klitschko - what ever the outcome next weekend - is a likely option but Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn believes the Briton, who has fought exclusively at home since his 2012 Olympic gold medal success, should take his career overseas. Read More

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Benitez steers Newcastle back to Premier League

That is why Benitez is keen to have his mind fixed on Newcastle's own preparations for the run-in rather the consider others, knowing how close promotion is. Monday's victory over North End secured an immediate return to the top flight with two games to spare. "But my experience doesn't matter because I can give advice to the players, I can talk about staying calm, but after they go home for 22 hours, I don't see them any more". Read More

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Serena Williams speaks out against Ilie Nastase

Serena Williams speaks out against Ilie Nastase

The ugly scene kicked off a day of full-blown conflict for Nastase, Romania's Fed Cup captain, who was ejected at a match against Britain on Friday for unleashing a curse-filled tirade on players and officials. They will have my full support". Ilie Nastase may have retired from tennis 32 years ago, but he appears to be still more than living up to his old nickname "Nasty". Read More

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Giants to pick up Beckham's option

Giants to pick up Beckham's option

While it seems like a mere formality that the Giants would lock up Beckham for a fifth year, general manager Jerry Reese was noncommittal when asked last week. Following that campaign up with 15 appearances, 96 receptions, 1,450 receiving yards and 13 touchdowns in 2015-2016, he finally made all 16 regular-season appearances for the playoff-bound Giants in 2016-2017. Read More

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Potential Malcolm Butler trade has become 'less attractive' to Saints

Potential Malcolm Butler trade has become 'less attractive' to Saints

With the NFL Draft just a few days away, there have been plenty of New England Patriots rumors about what will happen with two key pieces. Butler and the Patriots discussed a long-term extension this offseason. The Saints believe that their board between 25 and 75 has a slew of players capable of contributing immediately, with grades close to each other, and the thought of dealing one or more picks for Butler, then paying him a huge contract, is less attractive than it once seemed. Read More

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Theme of the series for Clippers-Jazz: Next man up!

Two nights after scoring a career-high 40 points, Hayward played only nine first-half minutes because of severe food poisoning (he had received IVs throughout the day leading up to the game and then left the arena at halftime). "I knew that I had to step up and make a play out there". Coach Doc Rivers said he did not try to sugarcoat the news of Griffin's injury when he spoke to the team after Friday's game, while Griffin underwent an MRI that confirmed the team's worst fears. Read More

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Perez presents Ronaldo with special 100th European goal Shirt

Madrid could have taken an even bigger advantage into next week's second leg at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium if it hadn't missed so many chances. "I really wanted to reach this milestone". Ronaldo has scored 97 of his European goals in the UCL, with another in the qualifiers and two in the European Super Cup. "For the second leg he will 100 per cent be back". Read More

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Rangers top Canadiens 2-1; series tied 2-2

Rangers top Canadiens 2-1; series tied 2-2

The Blue Jackets played like the desperate team they were, and the Penguins didn't until it was too late to alter the outcome, and the Jackets prevailed in a 5-4 win to extend the series to Game 5. Meanwhile, Lundqvist was brilliant, stopping subsequent breakaways by Andrew Shaw and Torrey Mitchell. Then Radulov, with his third point of the night, jammed the puck under Lundqvist from the edge of the crease in OT. Read More

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Playoff hockey back in Toronto as Wilson plays the villain

Auston Matthews and Nazem Kadri each had a goal and an assist, and William Nylander also scored for Toronto . Frederik Andersen is playing well enough to give Toronto a chance and their attack is producing a lot of shots. Most expected the President's Trophy winning squad to slide through the first round easily against the eight seed. Braden Holtby stopped 24 shots. Both games have already gone to overtime as this series has opened up with some quality play. Read More

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Hamilton: Respect for Vettel is the highest

Having missed out on a podium place at last weekend's curtain-raiser in Melbourne, Raikkonen, Ferrari's last world champion who returned to Maranello as a replacement for Felipe Massa in 2013, finished a distant fifth in Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix after initially qualifying fourth and competing in third for a short while. Read More

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Grieving Thomas leads all scorers in loss to Bulls

Grieving Thomas leads all scorers in loss to Bulls

Bobby Portis , playing his first playoff game, was outstanding, finishing with 19 points, nine rebounds, three assists and two blocked shots in 29 minutes off the Chicago bench. "One thing we know about our point guard is he likes everybody to go", Dwyane Wade said of Rondo. The team's point guard also showed early endeavors during the first quarter when he missed his first free throw attempt. Read More

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Younis scores historic 10000th Test run

Younis Khan scored 58 while Babar Azam scored 72 as Pakistan reached 201 for four wickets at the end of third day play. In a video post, he said: "A lot has been said about my retirement from cricket that maybe Younis wants to keep on playing Test cricket which is absolutely not true. Read More

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NBA Playoffs 2017: How to watch Cavaliers vs. Pacers Game 3

NBA Playoffs 2017: How to watch Cavaliers vs. Pacers Game 3

Lance, in our locker room, is looked upon as a leader, so his body language has to improve. They need to be better in Game 3 Thursday night, or their postseason run will be over nearly as quickly as it began. George has starred early this postseason, and led his team in points, rebounds, and assists on Tuesday night. "We take away some of these easy baskets we're giving up, and these games might be a little different". Read More

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Watch NBA Game 2 Online, Team News

Jordan had 18 points and 15 rebounds in Game 2 . Griffin had 24 points and took advantage of the much smaller defenders he had on him like Joe Johnson. LA looked much more physical, focused and driven in what was practically a must-win for them in Game 2 . Dominating the paint was obviously the game plan drawn up by Doc Rivers for Game 2 , especially after his team failed to capitalize on Gobert's absence in the series opener. Read More

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Tottenham right in the Premier League title race, says Tony Gale

Tottenham right in the Premier League title race, says Tony Gale

Both Chelsea and Tottenham will turn their attentions away from league matters this weekend when they lock horns in their FA Cup semi-final at Wembley. In my head, I don't think it will have any impact. Kane said on the club website that Spurs must focus on maintaining their momentum heading into a hard run of fixtures, which includes home games against fifth-placed Manchester United and North London rivals Arsenal. Read More

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Messi hits Barca 500 with last gasp El Clasico victor

City is in fourth place, but just one point ahead of Manchester United, which beat Burnley 2-0. Both the team were with the same strength till the half-time of the match. They were more organized and more aggressive, even snatching an equalizer while playing with 10 men. The Argentine was still down by Ronaldo drilled another fine effort towards goal that Marc-Andre ter Stegen did well to parry to safety. Read More

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Lack of influence cost Scotland players in Lions selection - Gordon Bulloch

England's players were widely condemned for a string of alcohol-related scandals on tour to New Zealand in 2008 and again during their failed World Cup campaign under Martin Johnson three years later. Owen Farrell is present as one of three fly-halves alongside Johnny Sexton and Dan Biggar and Gatland believes the kicking tee is a department in which the Lions should be able to master over the All Blacks. Read More

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