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Liskowski to face Selby in Scottish Open final

Liskowski to face Selby in Scottish Open final

Snooker
England's Jack Lisowski beat defending champion Mark Allen in the deciding frame to set up a Scottish Open final with Mark Selby.Lisowksi, 28, won three frames in a row from 3-2 down before being taken the distance by Northern Irishman Allen at Glasgow's Emirates Arena. A break of 95 then sent the world number 14 through to Sunday's final.Selby thrashed world champion Judd Trump's conqueror David Gilbert 6-1 in an all-English semi-final.After a slow start from both players, Selby hit his stride with breaks of 76, 84 and 123 to ease to victory."As the tournament has gone on I feel I've played a bit better," world number four Selby told Eurosport. "I keep going in and out of focus. I'm focused until I think I've won the frame and then I slack off which I shouldn't do."
Scottish Open: Mark Selby knocks out Ronnie O'Sullivan in Glasgow

Scottish Open: Mark Selby knocks out Ronnie O'Sullivan in Glasgow

Mark Selby playfully grabbed Ronnie O'Sullivan's fist bump before edging the world number three out of the Scottish Open.O'Sullivan had made headlines by saying he fist-bumped second-round opponent James Cahill and the referee because "I'm a bit OCD with germs".In the quarter-finals, Selby responded to his fellow Englishman by covering his fist in rock paper scissors style.The world number six went on to win 5-4 at Glasgow's Emirates Arena.Selby told World Snooker: "To play Ronnie in any tournament is a great feeling and to come out on the winning side is even better."He started with an impressive break of 120 and won the final two frames despite O'Sullivan responding with three century breaks in four frames.Selby awaits the winner of another all-English quarter-final between world number one Judd Trump and David Gilbert, the world number 12.Holder Mark Allen, the world number seven, ended Scotland's final hopes of a home winner, easing past 26th-ranked Scott Donaldson 5-1 in the first quarter-final.The Northern Irishman will face either English world number 14 Jack Lisowski, who beat number five John Higgins in the previous round, or Thailand's Thepchaiya Un-Nooh, the world number 20
Highlights | Day 3 | Presidents Cup 2019

Highlights | Day 3 | Presidents Cup 2019

Golf
Highlights | Day 4 | Presidents Cup 2019

Highlights | Day 4 | Presidents Cup 2019

Scottish Open: Judd Trump and Ronnie O'Sullivan beaten in Glasgow

Scottish Open: Judd Trump and Ronnie O'Sullivan beaten in Glasgow

Snooker
World champion Judd Trump followed Ronnie O'Sullivan in being bumped out of the Scottish Open quarter-finals.In all-English contests, Trump slumped to a 5-2 defeat by David Gilbert, while O'Sullivan lost 5-4 to Mark Selby.As Gilbert and Selby contest one semi-final, fellow Englishman Jack Lisowski will face Northern Ireland's defending champion, Mark Allen, on Saturday.Lisowski ousted Thailand's Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 5-3, while Allan eased aside Scotland's Scott Donaldson 5-1.Selby playfully responded to O'Sullivan's fist-bump greeting with a rock paper scissors style grab of his hand as the pair prepared for the first frame at Glasgow's Emirates Arena.Former world champion and current number three O'Sullivan had made headlines after his second-round tie by saying he fist-bumped opponent James Cahill and the referee because "I'm a bit OCD with germs"."I am not sure about his fist bumps and all that, but as far as on the table, he is a great, great player," three-time world champion Selby said."Every time I play Ronnie, I always see myself as the underdog, irrelevant of what I have won in the game. In my eyes, he is the best player to have played the game."The world number
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New Trailers This Week | Week 50 | Movieclips Trailers

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Dublin : Free Speech Rally met by counter protesters waving communist flags

Dublin : Free Speech Rally met by counter protesters waving communist flags

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Kildare Street Dublin , Free Speech Supporters on left side of road , counter protesters on right A Free Speech Rally in Dublin was met by counter protesters
The best slam dunks in golf ๐Ÿ€

The best slam dunks in golf ๐Ÿ€

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Boris Johnson - "We will get brexit done by the 31st January leaving the European Union as one UK"

Boris Johnson - "We will get brexit done by the 31st January leaving the European Union as one UK"

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Sterling has Jumped to a three and a half year high against the euro as the British Conservative Party win biggest election victory since 1987 promising to deliver on Brexit by
TD Willie O'Dea calls for online police to stop people opposing government policy

TD Willie O'Dea calls for online police to stop people opposing government policy

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Fianna Fail TD Willie O'Dea calls for online police to have the views of people with opposing views on migration issues "taken down" off the internet. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bsBIwx7S67M
France : Pension Protests enter Day 6 as capital shuts down

France : Pension Protests enter Day 6 as capital shuts down

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Massive Protests in France against Pension Reform are entering their sixth day . The indefinite strike action has seen more than 1.5 million workers take part in a hundred rallies
ANTIFA  : A Brief History of Antifa movement

ANTIFA : A Brief History of Antifa movement

Antifaschistische Aktion (Antifa for short) was the militant wing of the Communist Party of Germany (KPD) in 1932/33. In 1931 the Communist Party of Germany united with Hitler's National
County Clare gets third Direct Provision Centre

County Clare gets third Direct Provision Centre

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Clare Lodge in Ennis will become the third Direct Provision Centre in County Clare . The Department of Justice has confirmed that the hotel will re-open its doors to asylum seekers with 65 adults set to arrive shortly in the town. The two other centres in Clare are Knockalisheen in Meelick , a state owned centre run by Aramark ltd accommodating 275 asylum seekers and the King Thomond Hotel lisdoonvarna owned by Marcus White accommodating 115 asylum seekers which opened its doors last summer despite a vote by local residents against the centre (197 votes against to 15 in favour) . In August , A Department of Public Expenditure report "Direct Provision : Overview of current accommodation expenditure" indicated that upwards of โ‚ฌ120 million would be spent this year on the Direct Provision Accommodation , up 50% on 2018 . The Figures show that there are 7,018 asylum seekers being accommodated around Ireland at the end of June , - 6,082 asylum seekers in 39 permanent centres and 936 in emergency accommodation (B&Bs , rented housing etc) , the figure is forecast to increase to approximately 7,700 people by the
The Day Jim Larkin was arrested for Hate Speech - 31 August 1913

The Day Jim Larkin was arrested for Hate Speech - 31 August 1913

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The biggest Trade Union dispute in Irish History was the Dublin Lockout of 1913 . The trade union movement in Ireland had just begun . Led by Jim Larkin of
Dublin : Free Speech Rally met by counter protesters waving communist flags

Dublin : Free Speech Rally met by counter protesters waving communist flags

Kildare Street Dublin , Free Speech Supporters on left side of road , counter protesters on right A Free Speech Rally in Dublin was met by counter protesters

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Highlights | Day 4 | Presidents Cup 2019

Highlights | Day 4 | Presidents Cup 2019

Golf
Liskowski to face Selby in Scottish Open final

Liskowski to face Selby in Scottish Open final

Snooker
England's Jack Lisowski beat defending champion Mark Allen in the deciding frame to set up a Scottish Open final with Mark Selby.Lisowksi, 28, won three frames in a row from
Highlights | Day 3 | Presidents Cup 2019

Highlights | Day 3 | Presidents Cup 2019

Golf
The best slam dunks in golf ๐Ÿ€

The best slam dunks in golf ๐Ÿ€

Scottish Open: Judd Trump and Ronnie O'Sullivan beaten in Glasgow

Scottish Open: Judd Trump and Ronnie O'Sullivan beaten in Glasgow

Snooker
World champion Judd Trump followed Ronnie O'Sullivan in being bumped out of the Scottish Open quarter-finals.In all-English contests, Trump slumped to a 5-2 defeat by David Gilbert, while O'Sullivan lost 5-4 to Mark Selby.As Gilbert and Selby contest one semi-final, fellow Englishman Jack Lisowski will face Northern Ireland's defending champion, Mark Allen, on Saturday.Lisowski ousted Thailand's Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 5-3, while Allan eased aside Scotland's Scott Donaldson 5-1.Selby playfully responded to O'Sullivan's fist-bump greeting with a rock paper scissors style grab of his hand as the pair prepared for the first frame at Glasgow's Emirates Arena.Former world champion and current number three O'Sullivan had made headlines after his second-round tie by saying he fist-bumped opponent James Cahill and the referee because "I'm a bit OCD with germs"."I am not sure about his fist bumps and all that, but as far as on the table, he is a great, great player," three-time world champion Selby said."Every time I play Ronnie, I always see myself as the underdog, irrelevant of what I have won in the game. In my eyes, he is the best player to have played the game."The world number
Scottish Open: Mark Selby knocks out Ronnie O'Sullivan in Glasgow

Scottish Open: Mark Selby knocks out Ronnie O'Sullivan in Glasgow

Snooker
Mark Selby playfully grabbed Ronnie O'Sullivan's fist bump before edging the world number three out of the Scottish Open.O'Sullivan had made headlines by saying he fist-bumped second-round opponent James
Allen calls scheduling of his Scottish Open matches 'disgraceful'

Allen calls scheduling of his Scottish Open matches 'disgraceful'

Defending champion Mark Allen has hit out at the scheduling of his matches at the Scottish Open after his 5-1 quarter-final win over Scott Donaldson.Allen remains on course to retain