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All Blacks coach Hansen certain Murray will play in number one decider - FRANCE 24

New Zealand head coach Steve Hansen believes Ireland's star scrum-half Conor Murray will play in next Saturday's clash of the top two-ranked teams in the world despite not having played any rugby this season.

Murray, who has formed a world class half-back partnership with Jonathan Sexton, is due to speak with Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt and tell him whether he is up to the formidable task of playing the world champions.

Murray, recently returned to training after recovering from a neck injury, has proved to be a thorn in the All Blacks side in recent years with two victories -- Ireland's historic win in Chicago in 2016 and for the British & Irish Lions last year -- and a draw on the last five occasions he has faced them.

"I'm assuming Conor Murray will play, they have a good spine," said Hansen at a press conference at the team hotel on arriving in Dublin.

"He and Sexton are two of the best players in the world, so they'll drive them around the park good."

Hansen, who said he expected centre Sonny Bill Williams to be fit despite going off during the 16-15 win over England on Saturday, said if it was one of his squad they would definitely be up for playing.

"I'm not saying that to stir any trouble," said Hansen referring to his belief Murray would play.

"But he?s a real competitor. He'll want to play. If he's got a chance I think he'll play.

"If it was one of our guys in the same boat I'd say he be putting his hand up."

Hansen said that depriving Murray of ball by dominating in the scrum is imperative otherwise he will be free to pull the strings and run riot.

- Plenty of character' -

In his absence, both Luke McGrath and Kieran Marmion have performed well as starters against Italy (54-7) and Argentina (28-17) respectively, but Murray for the moment belongs in a different class.

?I don't know that he did the damage (in Ireland's victory in Chicago)," said Hansen.

"I think the guys up front did the damage and that was what allowed him and Sexton to play.

"The difference is he's a pretty handy player, so if he gets that opportunity he's going to dominate you."

Hansen, who arrived for the November Tests in the northern hemisphere on the back of another Rugby Championship triumph, says the defeat in Chicago has not left any lasting damage.

"Have we been scarred? I don?t think so," said the 59-year-old. "We've been beaten by plenty of people.

"It's the ability to bounce back which makes you a good rugby side. We saw a bit of that character yesterday (Saturday), going down 15-0 and then coming back.

"So there's plenty of character in the All Black jersey. And I'd say there's plenty in the Irish jersey too at the moment."

Hansen says Saturday's match will be like a World Cup play-off.

"Well, it's one and two so whoever wins will be the best team in the world, regardless of rankings, that's what people will take out of it," he said.

"It will be a goodie."

© 2018 AFP

Source: www.france24.com

Winter sports media day: Experienced Dallastown excited for upcoming wrestling season - York Dispatch

Winter sports media day: Experienced Dallastown excited for upcoming wrestling season With 12 returning starters, Dallastown, which finished third last year in Division I, hopes to take the next step this season. Check out this story on yorkdispatch.com: https://www.yorkdispatch.com/story/sports/2018/11/11/winter-sports-media-day-d-town-excited-upcoming-wrestling-season/1968903002/

Every team at York-Adams League Winter Sports Media Day on Sunday was excited.

The season is a few weeks away, and each coach and player believes his or her team can compete for a title.

Dallastown wrestling head coach Dave Gable is no different, but for good reason. The Wildcats are returning 12 starters and are expecting upwards of 10 seniors on this year’s squad.

Gable, who has coached this senior class for five of the last six seasons as the junior varsity coach and now the varsity coach, is hopeful that his senior leaders can peak next January and February.

“It really is such a great group of guys,” Gable said. “The culture they’ve established as athletes has made it fun to be a part of. I am super excited. I can’t wait to spend time with a great group of guys and hopefully help them realize their goals and dreams. That’s what coaching is all about.”

Wildcats eye D-I crown: Dallastown finished 15-5 last season and went 4-2 in Division I, finishing behind Spring Grove, which advanced to the state tournament, and New Oxford.

“I think last year it was pretty competitive,” Gable said. “I think Spring Grove and New Oxford were probably a little bit better than the rest, but I think we have a very balanced division.”

The Wildcats lost Dalton Daugherty and Garrett Johnson to graduation, both of whom were district qualifiers.

Among the returners, however, are seniors Raymond Christas and Jarrett Feeney. Christas, who is a star lineman on the football team, wrestles at 285, while Feeney will be at 182.

“I’m just looking to be competitive as always and looking to win matches when we can,” Christas said. “We want to win the division. We want to win. That’s always what you want to do.”

Feeney said team camaraderie should help the Wildcats.

“We’ve always been close,” Feeney said. “We have a good connection with everyone. It’s like a family reunion every practice. It’s always good to have those people next to you. I think that we can go out there and be competitive.”

WRESTLING NOTES

Wolfgram prepares for senior season: Central York, which finished fourth in the division last season, hopes a seven-wrestler senior class will lead the Panthers to a better 2018-19.

“We’re really excited about our team and how they compete in the division,” Central head coach Seth Beitz said. “We know the teams that are returning guys. Dallastown and Spring Grove are tough every year. We’re excited to see how we line up against them.”

Leading the way for Central is West Virginia University commit Michael Wolfgram, who is 103-16 in his career at 285 and placed fourth in the PIAA Class 3-A tournament last season.

Bradley returns for Rams: Kennard-Dale finished second last season in Division II, with the Rams advancing to the district tournament.

The Rams have 11 returning starters, including Daemon Davis, who went 20-3 last year. Nick Bradley, who competed in the state tournament as a freshman, was injured for most of last season.

“I’m just going to make up for the injury last year and try to make it to states again,” Bradley said. “It’s hard because I haven’t wrestled in so long ... I’m hoping to overcome the injury.”

Wide open D-II: With two-time defending champion Gettysburg being bumped up to D-I, several D-II coaches said the division is up for grabs. The Warriors went 6-0 in division play and 14-5 overall last season and are being replaced in D-II by...

Source: www.yorkdispatch.com

Stats file: Details on projected football starters for Iowa at Penn State - Hawk Central

Stats file: Details on projected football starters for Iowa at Penn State Some details on the starters for the Hawkeyes in their 2018 matchup against the Nittany Lions. Check out this story on hawkcentral.com: https://www.hawkcentral.com/story/sports/college/iowa/football/2018/10/25/iowa-hawkeyes-football-depth-chart-penn-state-nittany-lions-big-ten-conference-big-10/1763293002/ With No. 18 Iowa now at 6-1 and with the faintest of College Football Playoff hopes still in play, Saturday's 2:30 p.m. kickoff at Beaver Stadium against the No. 16 Nittany Lions also carries the weight of staying on the crest of the Big Ten West wave. Another conference loss makes a trip to Indianapolis all the more difficult to attain. Let's face it: The wind wreaked havoc on Nate Stanley's mental and physical attributes against Maryland. He said as much, and the numbers (11-for-22, 86 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT) showed as much. More bad weather is on tap this Saturday, but rain doesn't hamper a quarterback's abilities as much as people would like to let on. Watch for a possible return-to-greatness game here. Source: www.hawkcentral.com









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