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Georgia 10-44 Scotland: Finn Russell masterclass helps visitors secure win

Georgia 10-44 Scotland: Finn Russell masterclass helps visitors secure win in World Cup warm-up clashScotland continued World Cup preparations with 44-10 win in Georgia Ben Toolis, Rory Hutchinson brace, Darcy Graham and Scott Cummings crossedGreig Laidlaw kicked 15 points as Finn Russell and Adam Hastings penalty each Fly-half Russell gave strong showing ahead of Gregor Townsend naming squadBy Andy Newport, Press Association Sport Published: 23:57 BST, 31 August 2019 | Updated: 15:43 BST, 4 September 2019 e-mail 2 View comments Finn Russell stole the limelight as Scotland put on a show in their final World Cup audition with a 44-10 thrashing of Georgia in Tbilisi. The Racing 92 stand-off pulled the strings for Gregor Townsend's men as his control and decision-making saw him have a hand in all four of the Dark Blues' tries. Ben Toolis crossed over first inside a quarter of an hour before Northampton centre Rory Hutchinson boosted his chances of snatching a seat on the plane to Japan as he marked his first start with an impressive double. Fly-half Finn Russell delivered a commanding display to help Scotland thrash Georgia Centre Rory Hutchinson scored two tries in the final World Cup warm-up for Scotland RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next 'Why do you always look at what players like Lukaku can't... All you need to know: Rugby World Cup 2019 groups, fixtures,... Scotland star Richie Gray opted out of World Cup squad as he... Share this article Share MATCH FACTS GEORGIA: Matiashvili; Modebadze, Dzneladze, Kacharava, Todua; Abzhandadze, Lobzhanidze; Nariashvili, Mamukashvili, Gigashvili; Sutiashvili, Mikautadze; Giorgadze, Saghinadze, Gorgadze. REPLACEMENTS: Chkoidze, Asieshvili, Chilachava, Nemsadze, Lomidze, Aprasidze, Khmaladze, Mchedlidze. TRIES: Asieshvili CON: Abzhandadze PEN: Matiashvili SCOTLAND: Kinghorn; Graham, Hutchinson, Johnson, Maitland; Russell, Laidlaw; Dell, McInally (capt), Nel; Toolis, Gilchrist; Barclay, Watson..
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England stars step onto red carpet as Lionesses scoop GQ’s ‘Inspiration of the Year’

England stars Jill Scott and Karen Carney step onto red carpet as Lionesses scoop GQ's 'Inspiration of the Year' award after World Cup semi-final run that captured the nationEngland Lionesses named 'Inspiration of the Year' by GQ after World Cup run Jill Scott and Karen Carney wowed on the red carpet at the star-studded bashThe team drew record audience as they reached the semi-finals in France Lionesses recently drew to Belgium and and lost to Norway in friendly matches By James Ayles For Mailonline Published: 12:17 BST, 4 September 2019 | Updated: 12:20 BST, 4 September 2019 e-mail 16 shares 30 View comments England's World Cup stars capped a brilliant year by being 'Inspiration of the Year' at the GQ Awards for their run to the semi-finals in June. Squad members Jill Scott and Karen Carney were present to accept the trophy at the star-studded bash, with the former hailing the impact their displays had. In beating Scotland, Argentina and Japan in the group stage before Cameroon and Norway fell in the knock-outs only to suffer a 2-1 defeat by USA in the semi-finals, the Lionesses attracting record TV audience that peaked at 11million. England World Cup stars Karen Carney and Jill Scott with GQ's 'Inspiration of the Year' award The pair pose after being handed the award with TV presenter Gabby Logan (l) at Tate Modern RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Phil Neville's Lionesses are beaten by Norway despite... 'Thank your lucky stars I'm here... I never have a bad day':... Women's Super League strikes first ever overseas broadcast... England's Lucy Bronze makes the final three on FIFA's The... Share this article Share 16 shares 'Thank you so much for this award,' said Jill Scott during their acceptance speech. 'We had a ball in France, obviously. 'We're devastated not to be in the final but we really do feel like we took women's footb..
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Japan’s annual dolphin hunt gets underway as the first animals are slaughtered in a cove

Taiji dolphin hunt begins: Japan's controversial annual hunt gets underway with the first animals to die driven into a cove and left to thrash under tarpaulin as they are slaughteredWARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Fishermen killed five Risso's dolphins after tracking small pod for four hoursBut local media have disputed this, claiming that all the boats returned to Japan's south coast empty-handedThe hunt sees boats round animals into a bay, where they are killed in shallow water or captured for aquariumsSome are speared repeatedly by fisherman circling in their vessels, whose propellers often slice the dolphinsMove is the latest criticism of Japan's hunting laws and comes after it started commercial whaling againBy James Gant For Mailonline Published: 09:40 BST, 2 September 2019 | Updated: 15:57 BST, 2 September 2019 e-mail 7.4k shares 2 View comments Advertisement Japan's controversial annual dolphin hunt has got underway, with the first animals to die driven into a cove and left to thrash under tarpaulin as they were slaughtered. Fishermen killed five Risso's dolphins on Monday after tracking a small pod for nearly four hours, according to environmentalist group The Dolphin Project. But local media dispute this, claiming all the boats returned to Japan's south coast empty handed. Fishermen killed five Risso's dolphins on Monday after tracking the small pod for nearly four hours, according to environmentalist group The Dolphin Project (pictured) The Taiji hunt sees boats round the animals into a bay, where they are killed in the shallow water or captured for aquariums. Some are speared repeatedly by fisherman circling in their vessels, whose propellers often slice the dolphins' skin. Others are held underwater to drown. A metal pole is sometimes rammed into their blubber in a bid to shatter the mammal's spine. But local media have disputed that any were killed, claiming all the boats (pictured with what appears ..
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Rugby World Cup 2019: Warren Gatland selects his final Wales World Cup squad

Warren Gatland selects final Wales World Cup squad with combined 1,067 caps-worth of experience as he gambles on injured lock Cory HillWarren Gatland announced his final Wales squad for the Rugby World Cup Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones will be going to his fourth tournamentLock Cory Hill has been selected despite recovering from a fractured legThe 31-man squad has a combined experience of more than 1,000 caps By Will Kelleher For The Daily Mail Published: 14:49 BST, 1 September 2019 | Updated: 00:10 BST, 2 September 2019 e-mail 54 View comments Warren Gatland wasted no time in declaring his World Cup ambitions having announced his squad for Japan on Sunday - Wales are in it to win it. The head coach will be going to his third and final tournament with the adopted nation he has managed for almost 12 years. He and his lieutenants Rob Howley, Shaun Edwards, Neil Jenkins and Robin McBryde took three hours to finalise their picks on Saturday night after the defeat to Wales. Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones will be going to his fourth World Cup as part of the final squad Warren Gatland has selected his final Wales squad, which combines youth with experience He has taken a gamble on Wales lock Cory Hill, who is out of action with a fractured leg RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Beer Cup to World Cup: Four years ago Ruaridh McConnochie... Former England rugby star James Haskell vows to 'dedicate... South Africa winger Aphiwe Dyantyi faces four-year ban from... 'It's tough because I know what it's like to miss out on a... Share this article Share Debate largely surrounded Cory Hill's injury, the selection of five props, not six, the back-up fly-half, and final slot in a five-strong back-three. And Gatland emerged from that meeting bullish about Wales' chances in Japan. 'I think it's good enough to win the World Cup,' he said. 'In the past when you've picked a World Cup squad, you may have been happy with 24..
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Boris Johnson demands immigrants learn English

Mr Johnson (pictured at the hustings in Friday) made the comments while at a Tory leadership hustings in Darlington where he also said he wants immigrants 'to be and feel British'.
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British Airways cabin crew face the sack over their naked, drunken antics

The trio were accused of getting drunk in their Singapore hotel room following a 14-hour flight from Heathrow
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Son’s decades-long bid to find his dad after he abandoned him as a baby ends in heartache

A Sydney mortgage broker who spent decades trying to find his father over three continents and discovered he had fathered eight children in four marriages and was pursued by both ASIO and the FBI.
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Pictured: Trainee paramedic, 31, who was killed in crash

Tammy Minshall, 31, was inside the emergency vehicle when it was hit in Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire just before 6pm on Wednesday.
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Biden slaps at ‘way left’ AOC saying she only ‘won a primary’ in 2018

Joe Biden on Friday dismissed Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, saying her victory last year was not the kind that could win in a competitive race.
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Brexit Party MEP Ann Widdecombe hits back at fury over her ‘slavery’ jibe

Brexit Party MEP Ann Widdecombe said she 'stood by' comparing Brussels to slave owners and 'feudal barons'.
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German holidaymakers accused of raping an 18-year-old tourist in Mallorca arrive at court

The three men were pictured arriving at court today after they were arrested on Thursday at Mallorca's Palma airport. They are accused of raping an 18-year-old German woman.
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Police arrest man, 28, and woman, 25, over alleged plot to attack today’s Pride march in London

The suspected attack is believed to have been plotted by a man and woman who planned to use a car and knives to injure crowds. Couple were arrested in Luton on Wednesday.
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Tommy Robinson is found GUILTY of contempt of court

Following the ruling in London, Robinson will have to wait to see whether he'll be sent back to prison or be allowed to keep his freedom having already served two months.
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Inside Hollywood hunk Chris Hemsworth’s $20million mega-mansion complete with $400,000 swimming pool

Critics say it reminds them of a suburban shopping centre, refurbished RSL club or regional airport terminal but Avengers star Chris Hemsworth is about to call this $20million mega-mansion home.
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Incredible photographs show what school was like for Australian children more than a century ago

Old Guildford Public School, in Sydney's western suburbs, is celebrating their 150 years this month and has released dated pictures to unveil their extensive history.
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Youth group leader, 22, is accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl

A youth group leader has been charged with sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl near Newcastle. The 22-year-old man was arrested at Beresford on Friday morning.
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Attempts to access porn from Parliament’s computers are being kept SECRET

EXCLUSIVE: Information on website access from Parliament is now being suppressed on the grounds that it 'may present a security risk if it were to remain publicly accessible'.
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Woman claiming to be Michael Winner’s lover admits robbing the late film director’s widow

Personal trainer Gurgana Gueorguieva, 48, admitted a single count of robbery at Southwark Crown Court today, nearly four years after it took place.
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Air rage Jet2 passenger who sparked hijack terror is unmasked as 25-year-old Costa Coffee worker 

Chloe Haines (pictured), 25, was banned from the road for drink-driving just two weeks before she boarded the Jet2 plane from Stansted to Turkey on June 22.
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Blue Bell ice cream licker could face up to 20 years in jail, say Texas police

Officers from the Lufkin Police Department revealed Wednesday they believe they had identified the woman in the video after CCTV footage placed someone of similar description at the scene.
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