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An impressive showing from all four countries sees quite an eclectic mix to this weeks British & Irish Lions team based on last weekends form.?BACKS15. Stuart Hogg (Scotland)Provided the spark from the back against the Wallabies and created his sides third try which shouldve been enough to get Scotland home.14.?Tiernan OHalloran (Ireland)The Connacht backs third Test was one to remember with a brace in a man of the match performance. Showed serious pace in his first try with a break from halfway, and impressed in defence.13. Huw Jones (Scotland)Superb performance in attack, showed a great pair of heels to chase down a Finn Russell chip-kick for his first try before he made his opposite Tevita Kuridrani look ordinary as he side-stepped his way for his second. Kuridrani did get the last laugh however with the match-winner.12. Owen Farrell (England)The Saracens playmaker hardly put a foot wrong against the Springboks. He collected a personal haul of 19 points including a deserved try off a sniping run from Ben Youngs, and held his own in defence against the bigger physique off his opposite Damian de Allande.11. Liam Williams (Wales)Caused the Pumas problems all afternoon and showed great strength to beat would be defenders and charge over for a crucial try early in the second half. Without him this may have been another loss for Rob Howleys side.10. George Ford (England)Got better as the Test went on at Twickenham as his game management frustrated a ragged Boks side. There were holes aplenty in South Africas defence that he capitalised on, and was right on hand when Youngs made his first break to score the fourth try of his 27-test-career.9. Ben Youngs (England)Simply superb and unlucky not to be awarded man of the match. His box-kicks and clearance from the ruck was pin-point. Made poor Pieter-Steph du Toit look like a fool not once, but twice as he sold the dummy to make crucial breaks that led to tries from Ford and Farrell. One of the best Test performances from the Tigers scrum-half.?FORWARDS1. Mako Vunipola (England)While the England scrum wasnt as steady as Eddie wouldve liked, the Premiership Player of the Month carried with intent and put in some big hits against a big South African pack.2. Ross Ford (Scotland)Another big shift by the first Scotland forward to ever play 100 Tests. The Edinburgh hooker got stuck into his work and didnt miss a tackle before coming off midway through the second half.?3. Finlay Bealham (Ireland)Didnt see any other tight-head props make a one handed offload while falling in the tackle that led to a try. Bealham scrummaged well and put in a monster tackle that rocked the chaps from Canada. Job well done.4. Joe Launchbury (England)Much was spoken about Englands injury crisis in the second row but up stepped the Wasps lock with a commanding performance around the park. While Launchbury isnt the same mould of player as Maro Itoje, the 25-year-old is a rock at set piece and does plenty of the hidden work.?5.?Alun Wyn Jones (Wales)A heroic performance from the front for Wales after missing last weeks loss to Australia following the death of his father. Set the the tone from the first whistle and his players followed.?6.?John Barclay (Scotland)The Scarlets back-row was everywhere at Murrayfield, and showed plenty of mongrel at the breakdown against a Wallabies outfit that featured two of the best ball fetchers in the business in David Pocock and Michael Hooper. Switched to No. 8 late in the game where he continue to be a menace.7. Sean OBrien (Ireland)Had a point to prove in his international return after being left out of last weeks side that created history in Chicago. OBrien looked dangerous in everyone of his 13 carries against Canada, his real litmus Test looms next week against Sam Cane and the All Blacks.8. Billy Vunipola (England)Big Billy led the way for England with a game high of 18 carries which got Eddie Jones men on the front foot from the outset. Eben Etzebeth will be first to testify of the power the Saracens No.8 has after an almighty collision that saw the Springboks lock forced from the field.? Danny Duffy Jersey . The Clippers were angry about blowing a big lead; the Kings didnt like being in that kind of hole and nearly digging themselves out only to lose. Salvador Perez Jersey . Klitschkos management company says the bout will be the Ukrainian fighters 25th world championship fight. The 1.83-meter (6-foot) Leapai defeated the previously unbeaten Denis Boytsov in November to become the WBOs mandatory challenger. http://www.cheaproyalsjerseys.com/ . Goals from Jerome Boateng, Franck Ribery and Thomas Mueller extended Bayerns unbeaten run to a record 37 matches. "This record is incredible," Bayern coach Pep Guardiola said. Frank White Jersey . They reached the 100-point plateau for the fourth time in five games, bested the visiting Trail Blazers by 34 in the paint and scored 19 of the final 25 points in regulation. Alex Gordon Jersey . Coach Mike Munchak says Fokou stretched ligaments in his left knee Oct. 13 against Seattle, which could keep out up to five weeks even though the linebacker didnt need surgery. Cam F. Awesomes sleepwalking gets worse before a big fight.When he wakes up in a dorm hallway resting his head on a bag filled with socks, or when he learns that he taste-tested several energy drinks in a hotel lobby store and left without paying, he figures its an unconscious coping mechanism for an ever-percolating mind.I should probably see someone one day, but I dont need someone to tell me Im crazy, Awesome said. Thats just how I deal with pressure.With his berth in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics on the line next week at a tournament in Vargas, Venezuela, the U.S. heavyweight might be in for a few restless nights.Hes ready to handle it in the same inimitable style with which he reached the edge of his Olympic dream.Four years after he wrecked his first shot at going to London by missing drug tests, Awesome is down to his last chance to qualify for the Rio Games. He almost certainly must win the entire qualifying tournament to avoid missing out on the Olympics again.For the past four years, Awesomes Olympic aspirations have driven a personal reinvention that led to devout veganism, a standup comedy career and even an eye-catching name change for the former Lenroy Thompson.But now that hes one loss away from missing out on Rio, the U.S. teams most charismatic fighter is thinking soberly about his future.I hold it together because Ive mentally tricked myself into (thinking) everything is going to be OK, and thats how I live, Awesome said. I can control everything. Theres never any pressure on me. But the closer things get, Im great in everyday life, but I sleepwalk more and more.The 27-year-old Awesome is the self-appointed captain of Team USA, which is hoping for a resurgent performance in Rio after the men failed to win a single medal in London. Six men and two women have already clinched spots in Brazil, but Awesome failed to qualify last week on a trip to Azerbaijan, forcing him to travel to the last-chance qualifier in Venezuela along with light heavyweight Jonathan Esquivel and welterweight Paul Kroll.Not the happiest with my performance (in Azerbaijan), Awesome said. I wish I had given it a little more so I wouldnt have to be going to a place without food.Awesome felt he deserved a decision over Ecuadors Juulio Cesar Castillo Torres in Azerbaijan, but he has been an Olympic-style boxer long enough to accept the razor-thin margins of victory in most three-round fights.dddddddddddd A good sense of humor is helpful for the many maddening aspects of his chosen sport, and humor is something Awesome has in abundance.He has been doing standup for three years, ever since he took the stage at a club in Kansas City, the Long Island natives adopted home. He did a few sets in Reno during the U.S. Olympic boxing trials in December, and he even performed at a marijuana shop in Colorado Springs right before his trip to Azerbaijan.Awesome has seen many far corners of the world during his Olympic quest with the International Boxing Association (AIBA), which usually holds its big events far from Western fans. On the way home from Azerbaijan, he flew through the Istanbul airport less than 48 hours before three suicide bombers killed 43 people at the same international terminal.A teammate alerted Awesome to the terror attacks, and the boxer could only shake his head at the surreal nature of his pursuit.I am not OK with dying unless its my choice, Awesome said. I would like to maybe stick around for a couple hundred years. Dying in Istanbul, no one (in the U.S.) would really know where it was. Thats not where I want to end my legacy. Im going to try to stick around until maybe 87.Even with the stark reality of his trip to Venezuela, Awesome has kept his sense of humor about his Olympic predicament -- and about his sleepwalking.If he wakes up again surrounded by spoonsful of peanut butter, or if he realizes that he started to cook something in his sleep, hell see it as a sign that his mind is ready for his bodys task.Its been suggested that I see someone about it, that I might sleep better, Awesome said. But Im not violent in my sleep, so Im not going to open that. Ive talked to people who say it might be something from my childhood, something youre suppressing. But if my brain is smart enough to hide something, Im not going to go out of my way to find it. I dont want to know what my brain is hiding from me. ' ' '

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