Sports Results Roundup — June 25, 2012

Rugby  Football  Cricket  Basketball  Golf  Grand Prix


Rugby:

IRB Internationals
New Zealand    60 – 0     Ireland        Hamilton, New Zealand
Australia    20 – 19          Wales           Sydney, Australia
South Africa    14 – 14    England       Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Argentina    10 – 49         Italy             Tucuman, Argentina

IRB Junior World Championship:
South Africa’s under-20 rugby team or Baby Boks, as they are affectionately called, deservedly won the IRB Junior World Championship 22-16 on Friday evening.

New Zealand    16-22    South Africa    DHL Newlands Rugby Stadium

Serfontein named IRB Junior Player of the Year:
Jan Serfontein became the first South African to be named the IRB Junior Player of the Year when he won the 2012 accolade after the Final on Friday.


Football:

EURO 2012:
Results:
Thursday 21 June
Czech Republic    0-1    Portugal
Friday 22 June
Germany    4-2    Greece
Saturday 23 June
Spain     2-0    France
Sunday 24 June
England    (2) 0-0 (4)    Italy

Semi Final Fixtures:
27 June:
Portugal  vs Spain    20h45    Donbass Arena
28 June:
Germany  vs Italy    20h45    Warsaw National Stadium

Final:
1 July            20h45    Dynamo Stadium


Cricket

June 24th:
England v West Indies, Twenty20, Trent Bridge
England 173 for 3 (Hales 99, Bopara 59) beat West Indies 172 for 4 (Smith 70*, Bravo 54) by seven wickets

June 24th:
Zimbabwe v South Africa, T20 tri-series final, Harare
Zimbabwe 150 for 1 (Taylor 59*, Masakadza 58*) beat South Africa 146 for 6 (Du Plessis 66, Jarvis 2-22) by nine wickets

NBA Basketball:

NBA Basketball:
The Finals (CAT): Results    Miami Heat won the best of 7 series 4-1
Game 4:    20 June        Miami Heat    104 vs    98   Oklahoma City Thunder
Game 5:    15 June         Miami Heat    121 vs   106   Oklahoma City Thunder


Golf:

PGA Tour’s Travellers Championship:
28-year-old Australian Marc Leishman claimed his first PGA Tour title firing an eight-under 62 to take the clubhouse lead but then had to wait as a series of contenders fell by the wayside.

Leader Board: (USA unless noted):
266    Marc Leishman (Australia) 68-66-70-62
267    Charley Hoffman 67-67-67-66
Bubba Watson 66-71-65-65
268    Tim Clark (RSA) 66-69-66-67
Brian Davis (England) 67-67-64-70
John Rollins 68-67-65-68
Roland Thatcher 66-67-65-70
269    Fredrik Jacobson (Sweden) 65-66-70-68
Matt Kuchar 67-68-66-68
Brendon de Jonge (Zimbabwe) 72-65-66-66
270    Padraig Harrington (Ireland) 69-67-65-69
Hunter Mahan 70-69-70-61
Chez Reavie 66-71-65-68
Vaughn Taylor 70-70-65-65


Motorsport:

European F1 in Valencia, Spain
RESULTS:
1. Fernando Alonso (ESP/Ferrari) 1hr 44min 16.649sec
2. Kimi Raikkonen (FIN/Lotus) at 6.421s
3. Michael Schumacher (GER/Mercedes) 12.639
4. Mark Webber (AUS/Red Bull) 13.628
5. Nico Hülkenberg (GER/Force India) 19.993
6. Paul di Resta (GBR/Force India) 22.866
7. Nico Rosberg (GER/Mercedes) 21.176
8. Jenson Button (GBR/McLaren Mercedes) 24.653
9. Sergio Perez (MEX/Sauber) 27.777
10. Bruno Senna (BRA/Williams) 35.961
11. Daniel Ricciardo (AUS/Toro Rosso) 37.041
12. *Pastor Maldonado (VEN/Williams) 54.630
13. Vitaly Petrov (RUS/Caterham) 1:15.800
14. Heikki Kovalainen (FIN/Caterham) 1:34.600
15. Charles Pic (FRA/Marussia) 1:36.500
16. Felipe Massa (BRA/Ferrari) 1 lap
17. Pedro de la Rosa (ESP/HRT) 1 lap
18. Narain Karthikeyan (IND/HRT) 1 lap
19. Lewis Hamilton (GBR/McLaren) 2 laps
* Maldonado finished 10th but received a 20-second penalty that dropped him to 12th spot.

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