03 July 2022


New Zealand captain Mitchell Santner tests Covid-19 positive ahead of Ireland tour (3)
Veteran spinner Mitchell Santner was supposed to captain the T20I team for the Ireland series, however, he now would not be travelling with the team. India Today Web Desk 'New Delhi July 3, 2022 UPDATED: July 3, 2022 08:29 IST File photo of Mitchell Santner.
Ryanair strike threat set to add to summer airport chaos in Europe (2)
Planned action by the airline's Spain-based cabin crew over working conditions will increase disruption for holidaymakers Mark Townsend Home Affairs Editor @townsendmark Sun 3 Jul 2022 06.01 BST British holidaymakers are braced for fresh travel chaos across Europe this summer with staff at Ryanair on Saturday becoming the latest to threaten strike action. As striking airport workers in Paris forced the cancellation of dozens of
Johnson warned 'no legal or political justification' to ditch NI protocol by Coveney and Germany minister (2)
Some British MPs planning ways to stop the UK government from deploying plans to override agreement British prime minister Boris Johnson at Downing Street, London on Friday. Photograph: John Sibley/PA By Michael Savage Sun Jul 3 2022 - 07:35 Boris Johnson has been warned there is "no legal or political justification" for his plans to override the Brexit agreement on Northern Ireland, in an extraordinary joint denunciation by the Irish and German governments.
Adrian Meronk puts himself in pole position (2)
John Hopkins Sunday July 03 2022, 12.01am , The Sunday Times Meronk tees off on the 17th as he goes into the last day leading the Horizon Irish Open SPORTSFILE John Hopkins Sunday July 03 2022, 12.01am , The Sunday Times Given what is going on in Eastern Europe, a victory today by a Polish player in the Horizon Irish Open on the DP World Tour would certainly chime with the public.
Meronk taking one-shot lead into last round of Irish Open (1)
The Associated Press July 2, 2022, 1:29 PM THOMASTOWN, Ireland (AP) - Adrian Meronk will take a narrow lead into the final round of the Irish Open as he bids to become the first Polish winner in the history of the European tour. Meronk, who has three top-three finishes this season, carded a third round of 4-under 68 at Mount Juliet to edge in front on a crowded leaderboard on Saturday.
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