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SYDNEY - Kel Nagle, a former British Open winner, U. Baltimore Orioles Hoodie .S. Open runner-up and a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, has died. He was 94.The PGA of Australia said in a statement Thursday that Nagle, who won the British Open at St. Andrews in 1960, its centenary year, died overnight at a Sydney hospital. It did not give a cause of death.The Australian golfer, who won a tournament every year for 26 years after turning professional in 1946, collected 61 victories on the PGA Tour of Australasia and two on the U.S. tour.His win at St. Andrews came by one stroke over Arnold Palmer, who was attempting to win his third consecutive major that year after taking the Masters and U.S. Open.Nagle finished second to Gary Player at the 1965 U.S. Open at Bellerive in St. Louis, losing an 18-hole playoff to the South African. Player said then that Nagle was one of the best short-game players he had seen.Nagle also won the Australian PGA championship a record six times and was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2007.He also played on the PGA Senior Tour (now Champions Tour) in the United States in 102 events from 1981-1989.Nagles other achievements included wins at the 1954 World Cup in Montreal and 1959 World Cup in Melbourne with partner Peter Thomson, a five-time British Open champion.Its a sad day for golf, weve lost a champion of our game, said PGA chief executive Brian Thorburn.In 1980, Nagle was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia for service to the sport of golf and was inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame in 1986.Kel was a giant of the game, said Golf Australia chief executive Stephen Pitt. But much more than that, he was an ambassador for his sport and his country, universally liked and admired by his peers. Ubaldo Jimenez Jersey .C. Now hes squarely in the U.S. capital and helping the Washington Wizards playoff drive. John Wall scored 33 points, Gooden got 11 of his 21 in the final quarter and the Wizards overcame a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit for a 101-94 win over the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday night. Kevin Gausman Jersey .m. ET, CBSOPENING LINE — Packers by 3RECORD VS. SPREAD — New England 7-4, Green Bay 5-5-1SERIES RECORD — Tied 5-5. . 31-Feb. 2. While organizers havent decided if itll be red or green clay, they feel their choice of surface will give the Americans an advantage over Britain, which is expected to be led by defending Wimbledon champion Andy Murray. WINNIPEG -- Coach Tim Burke had at least a few minutes to celebrate, before his Winnipeg Blue Bombers lost 38-33 to the Montreal Alouettes and spoiled what looked like a celebration to open Investors Group Field. "When we were up by nine, I was really enjoying it a lot," he said. The Alouettes regained their pose after surrendering a 14-0 lead they built early in the first quarter to come back in the fourth from that nine-point deficit Thursday. Demond Washingtons 80-yard punt return for a touchdown helped the Winnipeg Blue Bombers grab the lead in the third and electrify the sellout crowd of 33,500. But Montreal quarterback Anthony Calvillo, who was sacked four times but still completed 20-of-35 pass attempts, put the victory party on hold. He threw a 42-yard pass to S.J. Green in the end zone just over four minutes into the final quarter to close within two. A penalty brought the Alouettes into Winnipeg territory and Sean Whyte kicked a 35-yard field goal to make it 34-33. He hit another at 13:19 and capped the scoring on a punt single for the 38-33 final. New Montreal head coach Dan Hawkins said overall he was pleased with the game. "AC made plays, the receivers made plays, we were able to get some momentum back," said Hawkins, who took over this season after Marc Trestman left to coach the NFLs Chicago Bears. "Whytey kicked the heck out of the ball, did a great job answering there . . . I thought it was all good except for the punt return." Oft-injured Winnipeg quarterback Buck Pierce, who didnt see much pre-season action, was also sacked three times but moved the ball better in the second half. He hit 19 of his 32 pass attempts but allowed a couple of ill-timed interceptions in the opening half -- one leading to a touchdown. "I felt comfortable going into the game. That was just two errant throws where I miss a guy just to the outside and I throw a high ball to Terrence (Edwards) and its tipped," he said. "We fought out of it, we just didnt do enough down the stretch . . . When you cant get out of our own end zone in the fourth quarter thats tough. . . "It stings right now. Were up two possessions into the fourth and we let it get away." Burke said Winnipegs turnovers, five including one on downs, made the difference. "Until our team learns you have to secure the football, were just going to go through this every week," he said. But, overall, he too was pleased with a lot, particularly the maturity Burke said he saw in the second half. "I think we just settled down and played more relaxed." It didnt start well for Pierce. On his first throw of the game he was intercepted by Geoff Tisdale and then Chris Jennings ran the ball three yards for Montreals first touchdown. Eddie Murray Orioles Jersey. Burke suggested he might have been a little too pumped up but Pierce insisted that wasnt the case. Tyrone Carrier then returned Mike Renauds 39-yard punt 77 yards for Montreals second touchdown at 4:50. Justin Palardy kicked the first of his three field goals and Winnipeg finally scored its first touchdown after Washington picked off a bouncing overthrow from Calvillo and ran it back 49 yards. Pierce connected with Chris Matthews to make it 14-10. Matthews, the CFLs outstanding rookie last season, was confirmed as a starter only Thursday morning. Winnipeg picked up a single on a Renaud punt into the end zone to start the second quarter but Pierce was intercepted again. Calvillo was sacked on the following drive and had to settle for a 36-yard field goal from Whyte to make it 17-11. A fumble on Winnipegs next play handed the ball back inside the Bombers 40 but again their defence held Montreal to a field goal. Whyte conceded a safety at 10:58 to bring the Bombers within a touchdown again but his short field goal made it 23-13 as the first half ended, with the Alouettes stalled once more at the goal-line. Pierce brought the Bombers within three at the start of the second half, thanks to a 65-yard reception from Jade Etienne and an eight-yard touchdown pass to Clarence Denmark. Then Washington brought the crowd to their feet with his 80-yard run and goal-line dive to put the Bombers ahead 27-23 near the four-minute mark. Palardy added a field goal a few minutes later to make it 30-23, Montreal picked up a single, and then Palardy kicked a 48-yarder before the end of the third quarter to make it 33-24. Then it was Calvillo to Green and Whytes coup de grace. Montreal stalled at Winnipegs goal-line several times but slotback Jamel Richardson said they are still learning their new offence. "It really wasnt them, it was us. weve got a new offence and we just need to continue to chuck away at it, right down the field, and . . . capitalize on it." This was the second game but the official opening for the new $200-million stadium on the campus of the University of Manitoba. The Bombers played their first exhibition game there June 12. As part of the celebration, an Olympic-style run ended Thursday evening at the stadium after 400 runners spent six days traversing a good chunk of southern Manitoba. Instead of a torch, they carried a football. The opener featured a Manitoba-born headliner as well. Tom Cochrane, a native of Lynn Lake, provided the half-time entertainment with his band Red Rider. White NFL Jerseys Cheap Youth NFL Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys 2020 Stitched NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Autographed Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Discount Jerseys ' ' '

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