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Jonny Sexton has shook off the effects of a blow to the chest in that game while Jamie Heaslip is also expected to be fit.
Miami : World number one Novak Djokovic and Russian Maria Sharapova shook off windy conditions to move into the fourth round of the Sony Open at Miami on Sunday.
Two-time Olympic 10,000 metres champion Tulu, 37, shook off Daunay and then Petrova as she turned for home at the 26-mile mark and won the race in two hours 28 minutes and 52 seconds, eight seconds ahead of the Russian with Daunay third in 2:29:16 and Radcliffe finishing fourth in 2:29:27.
Two-time Olympic 10,000m champion Tulu, 37, first shook off Daunay and then the dogged Petrova as she turned for home at the 26-mile mark and won the race in two hours 28 minutes and 52 seconds, eight seconds ahead of the Russian with Daunay third in 2:29:16 holding off a late Radcliffe rally, the Briton finishing fourth in 2:29:27.
Two-time Olympic 10,000 metres champion Tulu, 37, first shook off Daunay and then Petrova as she turned for home at the 26-mile mark and won the race in two hours 28 minutes and 52 seconds, eight seconds ahead of the Russian with Daunay third in 2:29:16 and 35-year-old Radcliffe, putting in a late rally, fourth in 2:29:27.
Top-seeded Vedurgo Hills of Tujunga shook off a sluggish first half behind three touchdown passes from quarterback Stephen Miller to beat Lincoln of Los Angeles 26-6 in the first round Thursday.
Kendall shook off a boyfriend in Australia and signed on as English teacher and the only female crew member on a Chinese ship.
A distinctly New Age tinge, heightened by the presence of crystals scattered among the towels, seemed to conjure an air of the sacred, even as a book on display--1724; Birth of the Cunt--evoked the Enlightenment ideals that shook off the shackles of religion.
Defences ruled until the 63rd minute when Gore shook off his markers to pop in Conwy's golden goal as the Junction strove in vain to deny their neighbours the cherished prize.