Results: St. Leger festival begins in Doncaster

Wednesday’s Top Performers

* Jos Buttler – managed to grab 32 runs from just ten balls, maybe could have gone on to do more
* Mark Cavendish – third appearance in a row and a second straight stage win, a lot closer this time, though
* Matt McGraw – the only member of the GB squad to grab a home run
* Elizabeth Rees – showed up the rest of GB’s archery squad to finish in the top half
* Alison Waters – the 15th seed defeated the Dutch player ranked 8th, the one who had already knocked out Lisa Aitken

Cycling: Tour of Britain – Stage 4

Day Results: Mark Cavendish 1st (3h 51′ 33”), Russell Downing 6th, Luke Rowe 10th
General Classification: Cavendish 1st (17h 7′ 51”), Rowe 4th (+0′ 14”), Downing 7th (+0′ 22”), Yanto Barker (+0′ 27”)
Points Classification: Cavendish 2nd (44 points), Downing 3rd (44), Rowe 5th (39)
Sprints Classification: Peter Williams 1st (27 points), Matthew Cronshaw 2nd (13), Kristian House 4th (10), Rowe 10th (5)
Climbing Classification: House 1st (62 points), Richard Handley 3rd (32), Williams 4th (32), Russell Hampton 5th (28)
Team GC: SKY Procycling 2nd (+0′ 02”), Endura Racing 3rd (+0′ 11”)

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Horse Racing: St. Leger Festival

2:00 – Arena Structures Nursery race – Regal Dan 9/2
2:30 – Napoleons Casinos & Restaurants Conditions Stakes – Cour Valant 7/2
3:05 – Scarborough Stakes – Sole Power 5/2F
3:40 – Clipper Logistics Leger Legends Classified Stakes – Patriotic 5/1F
4:10 – Kat Communications Knowledge About Telecoms Conditions Stakes – Proud Chieftain 16/1
4:45 – Elements Medispa Handicap – Born To Surprise 15/2
5:15 – BJS Handicap – Even Stevens 20/1

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Baseball: European Championship

Great Britain 6-2 Russia

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Archery: European 3D Championships Qualification Round

Andrew Rees, Barebow Men – 156 + 154 = 310 (31st)
Elizabeth Rees, Barebow Women – 172 + 155 = 327 (8th)
Stephen Burke, Longbow Men – 141 + 136 = 277 (28th)
Daniel Hawley, Longbow Men – 141 + 96 = 237 (36th)
Gavin Roberts, Longbow Men – 131 + 77 = 208 (38th, last)

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Squash: Malaysian Open Round Two

Laura Massaro beat Dipika Pallikal (IND) 11/5 14/12 8/11 11/7
Emily Whitlock lost to Nour El Sherbini (EGY) 7/11 11/5 7/11 8/11
Jenny Duncalf beat Camille Serme (FRA) 11/5 11/4 11/7
Alison Waters beat Natalie Grinham (NED) 11/6 9/11 12/10 11/5

Squash: Costa Rica Open Round One

Anthony Graham beat Micah Franklin (BER) 11/4 11/5 11/5

Squash: Orange County Open Qualifying Final

Carrie Ramsey beat Karen Kronemeyer (NED) 11/6 9/11 11/9 7/11 11/4

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Cricket: Twenty20 International

England beat South Africa by 28 runs – 118-5 to 90-5 (11 overs a side due to rain)
Ireland beat Zimbabwe by 54 runs – 181 to 127

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Football: Welsh Premier League

Prestatyn Town 1-0 The New Saints FC

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