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Post by yyys123 » Sat Feb 15, 2020 4:13 am

Colin de Grandhomme registered the best figures by a New Zealand debutant after his spell of 6-41 helped the home side seize the early initiative on day two of the first Test against Pakistan in Christchurch. The tourists were bowled out for just 133 before an impressive unbeaten 55 from Jeet Raval in his first Test innings helped the home side reach the close on 104-3.Earlier in the day Kane Williamson won the toss and chose to bowl first on a green surface that had spent the previous day under the covers.No play was possible at the Hagley Oval on Thursday because of rain but the home side soon started to make up for lost time once play got under way on day two.Azhar Ali (15) was the first wicket to fall, cleaned up by a gem which nipped back through the gate to send his off stump cartwheeling and give the 30-year-old de Grandhomme a memorable first Test wicket. Colin de Grandhomme leads New Zealand from the field after his six-wicket haul Tim Southees first four overs were a little wayward but a change of ends worked for him as Sami Aslam edged to Raval at second slip for 19 to make it 53-2.De Grandhomme took two more wickets in the first session after careless drives from Babar Azam (7) and Younis Khan (2) both ended up being caught in the slip cordon as the tourists reached 88 for 4 at lunch.And things didnt get much better for Misbah-ul-Haqs side in the afternoon as Asad Shafiq (16) poked at de Grandhomme to give Raval his third catch of the innings to make it 88 for 5.Sarfraz Ahmed then cut Southee to Todd Astle in the gully for 7 before Trent Boult bowled Mohammad Amir (3) with a vicious outswinger to leave Pakistan reeling on 114-7.Sohail Khan followed shortly after, chipping to Latham at mid-wicket as de Grandhomme became the eighth New Zealander to take a five wicket haul on Test debut.Misbahs resistance (31 from 108 balls) came to an end when he miscued Boult to Kane Williamson at mid-off.Rahat Ali (0) edged behind as Pakistan were all out for 133 just before tea as de Grandhommes figures of 6-41 eclipsed Alex Moirs spell of six for 155 against England 65 years ago.Then it was the turn of the other debutant Raval to shine as he moved smoothly to 55* from 108 balls at stumps.He was well supported by Henry Nicholls (29 not out) after Tom Latham, Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor had all fallen cheaply.The hosts will begin day three 29 runs behind Pakistan but if Raval carries on where he left off the headlines might be dominated by the new boys once again.Watch day three of the first Test between New Zealand and Pakistan live on Sky Sports 3 on Friday at 9.30pm. 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A capsule look at the previous eight British Open championships held at Royal Troon:Year: 1923Winner: Arthur HaversRunner-up: Walter HagenWinning score: 295Prize money: 75 poundsRecap: Only 222 players entered the first British Open held at Troon. With several top Americans trying to track him down, 20-year-old Arthur Havers shot 73 in the third round to take a one-shot lead, and then closed with a 76 to hold off defending champion Walter Hagen. Gene Sarazen, the reigning U.S. Open champion, failed to qualify by a single shot.---Year: 1950Winner: Bobby LockeRunner-up: Robert de VicenzoWinning score: 279Prize money: 300 poundsRecap: Bobby Locke became the first back-to-back winner of the British Open since Walter Hagen in 1929. Tied for the lead going into the final round, Locke closed with a 68 for a two-shot victory over Roberto de Vicenzo. His winning score of 279 was the lowest in Open history at the time. This also is the year the Postage Stamp eighth hole earned its fearsome reputation. Herman Tissies, a German amateur, was bunkered left of the green. It took him five shots to get out -- to a bunker on the right side of the green. He eventually holed out for a 15.---Year: 1962Winner: Arnold PalmerRunner-up: Kel NagleWinning score: 276Prize money: 1,400 poundsRecap: Arnold Palmer won his second straight Open in dominant fashion, building a two-shot lead after 36 holes and extending it by two shots each of the final two days. He wound up with a six-shot victory over Kel Nagle, and the Open scoring record of 276. He also became the first American to win consecutive claret jugs since Walter Hagen. This also was the British Open debut of Jack Nicklaus, and it was far from memorable. He opened with an 80, closed with a 79 and took a 10 on the 11th hole.---Year: 1973Winner: Tom WeiskopfRunner-up: Johnny Miller, Neil ColesWinning score: 276Prize money: 5,500 poundsRecap: Tom Weiskopf was the hottest player in golf, with three victories in his previous six tournaments and nothing worse than a tie for fifth. He carried that game to his first and only major title, opening with a 68 and leading wire-to-wire for a three-shot victory over Johnny Miller and Neil Coles. In his return to Troon, Jack Nicklaus closed with a 65 but came up four strokes shy. After failing to qualify 50 years earlier, Gene Sarazen returned and played the Postage Stamp in three shots over two rounds -- an ace in the first round, a birdie from the bunker in the second.---Year: 1982Winner: Tom WatsonRunner-up: Nick Price, Peter OosterhuisWinning score: 284Prize money: 32,000 poun

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