Mistakes cut Lewis' lead to 
one shot

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Pissed McIlroy resigned to missing cut

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Schooling makes waves in Austin

PROGRESS: Joseph Schooling (second from right) came in second behind Jack Conger (right) in the men's 100-yard 
fly yesterday. 

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Here's to a 'WINNER'

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Clip The Ticket has the speed to win

Larry Foley's comments on today's Kranji meeting

"Winkers on. Needs a result but this looks suitable and gets his chance." - Larry Foley on Clip The Ticket (Race 8)
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Nunes, Flores, Brown and See cop suspensions

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Hard to oppose Designs On Rome

"He's the one to beat at set weights. " - Phillip Woo on Designs On Rome (No. 2, above)
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Friday's Singapore Turf Club Stipendiary Stewards' Report Highlights

RACE 4: Black Fury (No. 2, above) became unbalanced when bumped during the race.
At an inquiry, jockey Craig Newitt (above), the rider of MESHMAKER in Race 7 on Feb 22, pleaded guilty to a charge of improper use of the whip. He had, when changing his whip over to his right side, struck his mount with the whip’s handle. He was fined $2,000.
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Robben shines for Bayern

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Fandi's half-time pep talk fires up LionsXII

SUPER SUB: Substitute Sahil Suhaimi (above) celebrates with teammate Syafiq Zainal after scoring his second goal, and the team's fourth, in LionsXII's Malaysia FA Cup 4-0 win over PB Melayu Kedah last night.

Despite leading 1-0 at half-time against PB Melayu Kedah in the Malaysian FA Cup Round-of-32 clash in Kedah on Saturday, LionsXII coach Fandi Ahmad was an unhappy man in the dressing room.

The home side, who play in the third-tier FAM League, were more dominant in possession, and had two great opportunities — one of which hit the crossbar — before Afiq Yunos put the LionsXII ahead in the 36th minute, glancing home from Faris Ramli's inswinging corner.

After the match, Fandi said: "I told them at half-time that they'd better start closing down the other team.

"We were giving them too much space and letting them dominate us.

"Our opponents were all fighters and had a few opportunities to score."

His words, along with a tactical switch at the start of the second half, did wonders as the Malaysian Super League side scored three more goals to progress to the last 16 where they will next face second-tier Malaysian premier League team Putrajaya Spa.

Read the full report in our print edition on March 1.

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