Chiseldon's Jonny May helps England complete 2-0 series success in Argentina

Chiseldon's Jonny May helps England complete 2-0 series success in Argentina

England became only the second team to complete a series clean sweep in Argentina despite being without no fewer than 30 senior players due to injury, suspension and call-ups with the British and Irish Lions. England took a narrow 18-13 lead into half-time following maiden global tries from lock Charlie Ewels and centre Francis in addition to eight points from the boot of Ford, while Argentina scored through Joaquin Tuculet's touchdown and two penalties from Nicholas Sanchez.

Pakistan's Amir fit and plays in Champions Trophy final

The India captain and world's No.1 ODI batsman wants to avoid any potential social media distractions which might stop his men focusing fully on retaining the ICC Champions Trophy . India's bowlers aren't too far behind, but they got a massive helping hand from their fielders (against South Africa ) and a part-timer (Kedar Jadhav against Bangladesh ).

Johnny Miller: Justin Thomas' 63 not as good as mine

The thrilling finish vaulted Thomas into the clubhouse lead on 11 under par late in the third round but with numerous contenders still out on the course and threatening to catch him. And yet, Thomas won't even walk to the first tee box Sunday with the lead. "A 63 for a par 72 is a heck of a score", Miller said, "even if it was the Milwaukee Open." "I had no idea about the relation to par, so that was definitely a big bonus".

Harry Kane to retain England captaincy for France friendly

He now has six efforts for his country, having come to the Three Lions' rescue against Scotland . The Tartan Army booed God Save The Queen and England fans chanted against home manager Gordon Strachan but were silenced by Leigh Griffiths' double, although Harry Kane's late leveller had the smiles back.

Rory McIlroy torches snarky golfer with an epic Twitter response

In fact, it only took him 36 minutes. McIlroy's attempt to add to his haul of four major championships at Erin Hills ended in the world number two surprisingly failing to make the weekend in Wisconsin. Then there was a racist barb we certainly don't need to repeat here which he posted while playing in a Senior Open at Royal Birkdale. But I don't let it bother me.