Singh Purewal twins to make Wembley Cup final history | Football News

Twins Amar and Arjun Singh Purewal are set to make history as the first British South Asian brothers to line up against each other under the arch in a Wembley Cup final.

The Sikh Punjabi twins from Sunderland have played alongside one another for much of their careers. But they find themselves on opposing sides when Amar’s Hebburn Town play Arjun’s Consett AFC in a rare North-East derby in last season’s rescheduled FA Vase final, taking place on the early May Bank Holiday.

The Purewal brothers are no strangers to making history and are iconic figures in the North East

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NFL mock draft 2021, 3-round edition: 49ers opt for Mac Jones; Lions throw QB curveball; Penei Sewell, DeVonta Smith slide

Sporting News will keep on mock drafting until the teams go on the clock for the 2021 NFL Draft from Thursday through Saturday to continue to provide an updated perspective of what teams are thinking about what prospects at what positions.

Previously, SN expanded to projecting every selection from No. 1 to 259 in a seven-round mock. Then came our only first-round mock with trades with six potential deals shaking up the top 32 picks.

Now that draft week has kicked off, here’s a straight-up three-round edition to look at several more different scenarios over Days 1 and 2, after

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Yankees, Angels talked Aaron Judge trade during offseason, per report

Another Angel in the outfield?

While the Yankees still have a few years to worry about Aaron Judge’s future with New York, Yankees brass reportedly bandied about a Judge trade with the Angels during the offseason.

New York and the Angels had very preliminary discussions on a potential Judge trade this past offseason, per ESPN’s Buster Olney, but the talks were brief and were “the lightest of flirtations.”

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Olney says that the talks could open the door to discuss other potentially available players for a future trade.

Judge is in his Age

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Illini eyeing DIII transfer three-point specialist

With a couple of spots on the roster to fill, the Illinois basketball team is continuing to eye transfers across the nation.

Two transfers have already been added to the roster in Omar Payne and Alfonso Plummer. Payne is going to help solidify the No. 5 spot while Plummer will help on the wing. But I wouldn’t mind adding another scoring guard to the mix who can light it up from three-point range. That seems to be the mindset for the Illini as well.

According to Jake Lieberman of Pro Insight, Illinois is one of the many schools to be

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Chris Beard makes arrogant remark about return

For at least the better part of a century, people in West Texas have felt as if there were a pervading arrogance that emanated from the University of Texas.  Now, Texas Tech basketball fans are seeing former Red Raider head coach Chris Beard take on the arrogance that his new employer is reviled for around the nation.

Speaking to Jon Rothstein on the College Hoops Today podcast, Beard made a rather conceited remark concerning his return to Lubbock.

“Texas Tech is going to make a lot of money that night,” Beard said Tuesday. “But you know me — I’m

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Harvard-Westlake basketball team completes first round of Mission League 6-0

The Hinton brothers, freshman Robert, left, and senior Adam, have helped Harvard-Westlake to a 6-0 start in the Mission League. (Eric Sondheimer / Los Angeles Times)

Despite not being at full strength, Harvard-Westlake’s basketball team has made it through the first round of Mission League going 6-0. And just wait until Trumann Gettings gets healthy and some of the Wolverines’ young players develop even more experience.

On Wednesday, it was strong defense that resulted in St. Francis going scoreless for large amounts of time in the second and third quarters, leading to getting outscored 9-0 and 16-0. The Wolverines’ locked

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Arizona basketball hires three staffers with Gonzaga ties to work under Tommy Lloyd

The Arizona Wildcats retained assistant coaches Jack Murphy and Jason Terry to work under Tommy Lloyd, but his latest staff additions have ties to Gonzaga.

TJ Benson will serve as special assistant to the head coach/recruiting coordinator, Ken Nakagawa will be the director of advanced scouting and Rem Bakamus is joining as the director of player development.

Here’s more about each of them, courtesy of the UA press release:

TJ Benson

Benson, a native of Tempe, Arizona, arrives in Tucson after serving as the Coordinator of Basketball Administration at Gonzaga for the 2020-21 season. At Gonzaga, Benson was responsible

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15 uncommitted women’s college basketball prospects to watch this summer

After an inconsistent and tumultuous girls’ high school basketball season across the country amid the COVID-19 pandemic, spring and summer club basketball is right around the corner.

With the NCAA recently announcing it will lift the recruiting dead period and return to a more normal recruiting calendar, it has given a special anticipation to the July recruiting periods.

We take a look at some players in the Classes of 2022, ’23 and ’24 that have our attention and whose recruitment is still open.

Class of 2022

W Darianna Littlepage-Buggs
Classen High School (Oklahoma)
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Littlepage-Buggs has continued

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Heroic dog saves her best friend from drowning in the backyard swimming pool

Sometimes dog owners might wonder what their canine companions do when they’re not around, but few would imagine a heroic rescue like the one that happened recently in a backyard pool in Boskburg, South Africa.

For Chucky the lucky toy Pomeranian pooch, the day could have ended tragically. The tiny 13-year-old pup accidentally slipped and fell into the family swimming pool, and though he was able to keep himself afloat, he couldn’t get out. If he were alone, he could easily have gotten worn out and drowned.

Thankfully, his best friend Jessie, a 7-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier, was there with

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Bentz & Licon Swim Long Course 400 Fly & 400 Breast

Disclaimer: Swim of the Week is not meant to be a conclusive selection of the best overall swim of the week, but rather one Featured Swim to be explored in deeper detail. The Swim of the Week is an opportunity to take a closer look at the context of one of the many fast swims this week, perhaps a swim that slipped through the cracks as others grabbed the headlines, or a race we didn’t get to examine as closely in the flood of weekly meets.

Which is harder: a 400-meter butterfly or a 400-meter breaststroke?

Texas pro group training

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