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Angelo Mathews has urged Sri Lanka to forget about the defeat at Headingley and focus instead on the second Test with England. Mathews side were skittled out for 91 and then 119 following on as they were beaten by an innings and 88 runs in the opening Test in Leeds, as they struggled to cope with the bowling of James Anderson and Stuart Broad.But he is keen for his players to put that behind them and focus instead on attempting to level the three-Test series at Chester-le-Street on Friday, a match you can watch live on Sky Sports. It was an embarrassing defeat. Weve had a few days to think about it ... (now) we just have to flush it out of our system, said the Sri Lanka skipper. Nick Compton admits hes playing for his England future when they face Sri Lanks in the second Test We have to forget Headingley. Thats simple, the first thing we have to do. The more we think about it, the more disappointed we get.Obviously, you cant erase it - but we have to move on. Thats what well do.Tomorrow [Friday] is going to be a fresh start. To stay alive in the series, we have to win. Both sides were unable to practice outdoors because of rain on Thursday and on the previous day, Sri Lanka trained wearing anoraks and woolly hats in the biting north-east wind.Its the coldest weather Ive known playing cricket, added Mathews. It was extremely cold yesterday. Today its a bit better, and Im hearing it will stay that way for next three days.The weather can be a factor, but it cant be an excuse ... you have to compete, regardless of the conditions. You cant control the weather, but we can try to control our performances. England bowlers Broad (right) and James Anderson wrap up during Englands nets session Mathews says Sri Lanka have the collective talent to succeed if they do not become distracted by what has already happened.Its a mental adjustment we need, and I hope the boys will be fine, said Mathews.[Anderson and Broad] are world-class bowlers. Especially in these conditions, we have to be very skilful to play against these guys. England will be looking to seal the series against Sri Lanka with a win at Chester-le-Street, which is live on Sky Sports 2 on Friday If we play to our potential, and dont think about the weather too much ... we have the skill and the talent [to win].Sri Lankas two replacement players - Chaminda Bandara and Kusal Perera - have been named in the touring squad for the injured Dushmantha Chameera and Dhammika Prasad but have yet to join their team-mates as visa protocols are completed.The duo may come into contention for the third and final Test at Lords, which gets underway on June 9.Watch the second Test between England and Sri Lanka. Coverage begins on Sky Sports 2 HD at 10am on Friday. Also See: Sky Live: England v Sri Lanka Woakes named in England team Compton: Im under pressure Jonny Bairstow column Vapormax Flyknit 3 Uomo . -- Hunter Smith scored the winner with just 12 seconds remaining in the third period as the Oshawa Generals edged the host Sarnia Sting 5-4 on Friday in Ontario Hockey League action. Vapormax Flyknit Offerte . -- Former San Diego Chargers safety Paul Oliver was found dead at his Atlanta-area home Tuesday night, and a medical examiner said Wednesday that the ex-player committed suicide. http://www.scarpevapormaxscontate.it/vapormax-off-white-italia.html . All of the scoring came in the final 20:04. Lucic scored on a power play at 15:46 of the third period, when he tipped a shot over Stars goalie Kari Lehtonen for a 3-1 lead. Vapormax BHM . - Connor McDavid scored 53 seconds into overtime as the Erie Otters came from behind to defeat the visiting Guelph Storm 4-3 on Saturday in Ontario Hockey League action. Vapormax Plus Rosa . If ever they start actually putting pictures beside words in the dictionary, the Blue Jays left-handers mug will appear beside “Consistency.IRVING, Texas -- Sang-Moon Bae led by four strokes in the final round of the Byron Nelson Championship when his tee shot at the ninth hole went way left. After getting to his ball, Bae hit a high-arcing shot over the trees in front of him, clearing the green and apparently going into the water -- nobody seemed to know for sure where it went. He took a drop in deep grass after conferring with a rules official. "I dont know, where is it?" Bae was able to joke Sunday after his first PGA Tour victory. Bae shot a closing 1-under 69, even after that double bogey and another bogey on the next hole while squandering all of his early lead. He finished at 13-under 267, two strokes ahead of Keegan Bradley. The 26-year-old South Korean now has a win in the United States to go with his 11 international victories on the Korea, Japan and Asian tours. After a par at the 18th hole, Bae got a congratulatory hug from the widow of the tournaments namesake. "Its something Ive always dreamed of, winning on the PGA Tour," Bae said. "It was surreal to have Mrs. (Peggy) Nelson there and with all the history. ... I was in awe, actually, so almost I didnt know how to react. " Bradley was trying to become the Nelsons first wire-to-wire winner since Tom Watson in 1980. Bradley set the TPC Four Seasons course record with an opening 60, a round in which he had two bogeys. He shot a 2-over 72 in Sundays windy conditions. "Im pretty disappointed, but Moon played very well," Bradley said. "I just didnt play great today, but I hung in there. I chipped away. ... When I made that putt on 15, I was pretty confident that I was going to win." Four birdies in a five-hole stretch on the front nine gave Bae a four-stroke advantage in the final group. Bradley made some nice par saves, but was hurt by a three-putt from 17 feet at the 305-yard 11th hole. He finally got even at No. 15 with his only birdie of the day. He made a 17-footer that had just enough to get into the cup, while Bae missed a par from inside 6 feet. After Bae sank a 5-foot birdie at the par-5 16th, Bradley had a shorter putt on the same line, but it horseshoed around the hole and didnt fall. He then hit his ttee shot over the green at the 171-yard 17th.dddddddddddd Charl Schwartzel, the 2011 Masters champ, shot a 68 to finish third at 10 under. Justin Bolli shot a bogey-free 65 for the best round of the day and matched his career-best finish of fourth. Morgan Hoffmann (66), Martin Kaymer (68) and Scott Piercy (72) were a stroke back at 272. Players wore red ribbons during the final round in memory of Ken Venturi, the 1964 U.S. Open champion and longtime CBS golf analyst who died Friday. With winds gusting at times to about 40 mph and dried-out greens, the scoring average was 71.8 on Sunday. That was two strokes higher than Thursdays first round, which was played after 1 1/2 inches of rain. Players were able to lift, clean and place their balls the first two days. "Feels a little like the British Open without rain," Kaymer said of the conditions Sunday. Bae won $1.2 million, nearly matching his PGA Tour career earnings of $1.6 million in his 42 previous starts. He tied for second last year in the Transitions Championship after getting into a four-man playoff. He is the fourth South Korean-born player to win on the PGA Tour, joining K.J. Choi, Y.E. Yang and Kevin Na. At No. 14, Bradley drove into the left rough between some trees and missed the green before chipping to 5 feet to save par. On the par 3 just before that, his tee shot settled behind the green, but he hit from there to 8 feet and made that putt as well. Bradley scrambled for pars on the first two holes, and gave up the lead at the 502-yard third hole when his drive went left into the water. He bogeyed and Bae rolled in a 27-foot birdie putt. Bae was 16 under and four strokes ahead after birdies on Nos. 5-7. After the differing results on the short putts at No. 16, Bae watched anxiously after hitting his tee shot at the par-3 17th. When the ball landed on the front edge of the green fronted by water, he bent his knees and leaned backward in obvious relief. "When my iron play came back in the latter part of the round, I had confidence," Bae said. "On that shot on 17, I knew it was short, and the wind pushed it over to the right, and I was happy and relieved that it turned out OK." ' ' '
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