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India succumb to 0-4 loss against Australia in first hockey testAustralia rode on two goals each from Jeremy Hayward and Blake Govers to outclass India in the first match of the two-test series at the Perth Hockey Stadium on Wednesday.advertisement Press Trust of India PerthMay 15, 2019UPDATED: May 15, 2019 18:16 IST Jeremy Hayward gave Australia a 2-0 lead in the second quarter (Hockey India Photo)The Indian men’s hockey team were blanked 0-4 by world no.2 Australia in the four match of the tour Down Under with Blake Govers and Jeremy Hayward scoring a brace each for the hosts, here Wednesday.After remaining unbeaten in their first three matches of the tour, world No.5 India were handed a lesson in hockey by the Kookaburras with Govers (15th, 60th minutes) and Hayward (20th, 59th) finding the net twice each.India started the match well as they pressed Australia higher up the field, but were dealt two successive blows in five minutes.The visitors had earlier earned themselves an early penalty corner in the fifth minute, but Harmanpreet Singh’s shot was successfully blocked by the first rusher.In the 12th minute, Harmanpreet was in action again as he played one-two with Nilakanta Sharma on the right flank, who played in a well-calculated through-ball back to the defender, but he failed to reach the ball quickly enough.Seconds from the first quarter Australia secured their first penalty corner, which resulted in a penalty stroke for the hosts and Govers made no mistake from the set-piece.Five minutes into the second quarter, Australia earned back-to-back penalty corners and from the second chance Hayward beautifully flicked the ball low into the right side of goal past India goalkeeper Krishan Bahadur Pathak to double their lead.But three minutes later, Pathak came to India’s rescue to deny Australia from another penalty corner opportunity.Aaron Kleinschmidt then missed a great chance for Australia in the 25th minute as he found himself unmarked inside the box, but shot just wide of the post.advertisementStruggling to keep the possession, India won their fifth penalty corner through Sumit Kumar, but Australian goalkeeper Johan Durst made a brilliant double-save to deny Harmanpreet.Australia’s fifth penalty corner in the last minute of the second quarter saw Trent Mitton’s shot forcing a great save from Pathak on his right, which meant Australia took their two-goal advantage into the half-time break.The third quarter, however, witnessed a close battle between both the teams but Australia defended stoutly to keep Indian strikers at bay.India started the last quarter well and it was captain Manpreet Singh who created the first chance as he ran into the striking circle and shot at goal, but Australia’s Durst made a diving stop on his left side to deny the visitors.India secured another penalty corner in the 51st minute but Harmanpreet’s effort was once again saved by the Australian custodian.Desperately in search of goals, India withdrew their goalkeeper for an extra outfield player but the move backfired as Australia scored two goals in the last two minutes.Australia’s third goal came off a penalty corner conversion by Hayward before Govers scored through a fierce reverse shot to round off a disappointing day for the Indians.India will again play Australia on Friday in their fifth and last match of the tour.Also Watch:For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byrohan sen Tags :Follow Jeremy HaywardFollow Blake GoversFollow Australia vs India Next
The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) Annual Gala in the Hamptons took place at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, NY.Bryan Adams performing at PCF Annual Gala in the HamptonsCredit/Copyright: Patrick McMullanThe summer benefit supported the 15th Annual PCF Pro-Am Tennis Tournament and celebrated over $788 million raised in the past quarter-century for prostate cancer research. Founder Michael Milken and The Gala in the Hamptons weekend hosts and sponsors welcomed guests to enjoy, engage and be entertained while helping to fund the next groundbreaking discoveries in cancer research.Notable attendees included: Michael Milken, U.S. Representative Kevin McCarthy, Stewart Rahr, Rob Citrone, Tom Lee, Roger and Roxann Taylor, Tom and Gretchen Jordan, Arthur Becker, Bonnie Pfeifer Evans, Artie Rabin, Leon and Leesa Wagner, Howard Lutnick, Cliff and Barbara Sobel, Michael and Margie Loeb, David and Sybil Yurman, Larry Leeds and Lauren Vernon, Jeff and Mei Sze Greene, Andrew and Monica Weinberg, Justin and Lauran Tuck, Tiffany Trump, Dr. Jonathan and Plum Simons, Chris and Renee Liddell, Christine Jones, Ted Virtue, John Lloyd, Nicki Rabin, David Rabin, James Coleman, Nouriel Roubini, Alison & Jay Bernstein, Glenn and Jenifer Myles, Peter Brant, Jr. and Harry Brant. Tennis professionals: Denys Molchanov, Treat Huey, Scott Lipsky, Daniel Nestor, Alex Bogomolov, Jr., Cyril Saulnier, Robert Kendrick, Jared Palmer, Rick Leach, Amer Delic, Chris Haggard and Ashley Fisher.Opening the evening’s benefit dinner, Michael Milken asked a series of icebreaking questions covering topics discussed during the weekend’s festivities which created a relaxed atmosphere and gradually eased attendees into the evening ahead of them. He followed with a special thank you to guests for their consistent support and commitment to the Prostate Cancer Foundation. Every year, the PCF Pro-Am Tennis Tournament raises awareness of prostate cancer and supports the foundation’s efforts to eradicate the disease that strikes one in nine American men. PCF’s President and Chief Executive Officer Dr. Jonathan W. Simons touched on the progress made through their life-changing research. Immunologist and Nobel laureate, Dr. James P. Allison, dazzled the crowd with an impromptu harmonica performance.Dinner started with grilled peach salad with baby arugula, frisée, goat cheese truffles, balsamic honey citrus dressing. The entrée was a duo of sea salt and spice crusted Montauk striped bass Provençal and herb crusted grilled chicken with shallot mustard butter, which was served with Beneforté super broccoli. Dessert was a trio of death by chocolate boxes, fresh berries with cream, key lime cheesecake lollipop with graham cracker crust.Every year, the Gala in the Hamptons encourages support from long-time donors, amateur athletes, and new relationships. Celebrating everyone’s efforts, Grammy award winning musician Bryan Adams performed at the lavish dinner party and ended the night in high spirits on the dance floor.