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  •   Home > News > Sports > Golf

    England's Matt Fitzpatrick and American Will Zalatoris have upstaged some more fancied contenders to share a one shot lead after three rounds of the US Golf Open in Boston

    England's Matt Fitzpatrick and American Will Zalatoris have upstaged some more fancied contenders to share a one shot lead after three rounds of the US Golf Open in Boston


    They lead on four under par, a shot clear of world number two and defending champion Jon Rahm .

    Fitzpatrick is thrilled with his two under par round in brutal conditions.





    The Colorado Avalanche have rolled the Tampa Bay Lightning 7-nil at home in game two of the Stanley Cup ice hockey finals.

    The Avalanche lead the best of seven game series 2-nil against the two time defending champions.



    Shane van Gisbergen's placed third in race 17 of the Supercars Championship in Darwin.

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     05 Aug: Lydia Ko will be looking to capitalise on an early start in the second round of the women's British Golf Open at Muirfield tonight
     05 Aug: Lydia Ko will have some work to do if she's to keep in touch with the leaders at the British Women's Open in Scotland
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