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Leigh Halfpenny: Wales full-back aims for World Cup redemption

World News Network, The (WN.com) – Wales full-back Leigh Halfpenny says painful memories of missing the 2015 World Cup are driving him to make the tournament in

Australia captain Aaron Finch says disgraced stars Steve Smith and David Warner will use the World Cup to restore their “world-class” credentials after their role in the.

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  • Wales full-back Leigh Halfpenny says painful memories of missing the 2015 World Cup are driving him to make the tournament inAustralia captain Aaron Finch says disgraced stars Steve Smith and David Warner will use the World Cup to restore their “world-class” credentials after their role in the.
  • Expectations are high and head coach,…
  • BRISTOL – Australia captain Aaron Finch says disgraced stars Steve Smith and David Warner will use the World Cup to restore their “world-class” credentials after their role in the infamous ball-tampering scandal in South Africa.
  • Smith and Warner served 12-month bans following the “sandpaper-gate” incident in the Cape Town Test in March last year, and Smith lost the Australia…
  • Kane Williamson’s men arrived in England full of optimism, yet the hosts are favourites…


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