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EDMONTON -- Mark Matthews scored the winner in overtime, and added an assist in regulation to lift the Edmonton Rush to their fifth straight victory, 8-7 over the Rochester Knighthawks in National Lacrosse League action on Saturday. Brent Urban Jersey . Cory Conway and Curtis Knight each scored two goals for Edmonton (5-0), Riley Loewen and Jeff Cornwall had a goal and an assist apiece, and Jeremy Thompson added the other Rush goal. Robert Church and Jarrett Davis contributed with three assists apiece. For Rochester (4-2), Dan Dawson scored two and helped on two more, Cody Jamieson had a goal and two assists, and Stephen Keogh, Johnny Powless, Joel McCready, and Mike Accursi each added singles for the Knighthawks. Edmonton goaltender Aaron Bold made 30 saves for the win, while Rochesters Matt Vinc stopped 42 shots in the losing effort. Carl Davis Jersey . Smiths former Atlanta teammates were glad to hang on for an ugly win. Eric Weddle Jersey . PETERSBURG, Fla.Sky Sports IPL Zone is full of experts, giving advice on power hitting, bowling yorkers, and how to face left-arm swing. Former England coach Andy Flower looked at why Englands Sam Billings - who scored a neat 54 from 34 balls on his debut for Delhi Daredevils - looks to play a top-spin cover drive.New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor, meanwhile, gave us a masterclass on how to accelerate towards the back-end of a limited-overs innings, plus he also had a go at power hitting following advice from coach Julian Wood.Mahela Jayawardene, Chris Jordan, Ravi Bopara and Ryan ten Doeschate are among other cricketers to have supplied tricks of the trade, so make sure you stick with Sky Sports throughout the IPL for even more...Billings top-spin cover driveAfter England one-day star Billings impressed on his IPL bow, Flower took to the Zone to examine the batsmans innovative cover drive. Flower suggested reasons for why the Kent man plays the shot in such a way, explaining how its low trajectory minimises his chance of getting out, and how his racquetball experience might help him at the crease. Click here to watch the video.Power hittingPower-hitting coach Wood joined Taylor and Mark Ramprakash to explain the best way to go about smashing the ball out of the park. Wood spoke about leading with your hip rather than your head to gain more power and analysed both the classical and modern ways of launching the ball over the boundary rope. Wood also measured Taylors hand-speed and the speed of the ball off the bat - a baseball bat! Click here to watch the video. Mark Ramprakash and Power Hitting coach Julian Wood analyse Power Hitting in the IPL. Taylors batting tipsTaylor is now armed with a few more hitting tips but is a pretty decent striker anyway - his 15 ODI centuries shows you that! How, though, does he look to speed up his scoring rate towards the end of an innings? Taylor explained why opening up both sides of the wicket is key and why he looks to collapse his back leg to give himself more freedom to swing the bat. The New Zealander also discussed his pre-game routines and why facing loads of balls in the nets is not for him. Click here to watch the video.McCullums methodTaylor was also in the studio to talk up the big-hitting ability of his former New Zealand skipper, Brendon McCullum, who has formed a successful opening partnership with Gujarat Lions team-mate Dwayne Smith. Taylor spoke of the keys to his IPL success, including taking guard outside of leg stump, giving himself room to access the boundaries square of the wicket, on either the off-side or swinging to leg. He also mentions McCullums training methods, which sees him often tee off from ball one, backing himself not to be bowled despite showing his stumps. Click here to watch the video. Mark Ramprakash discusses the partnership of Dwayne Smith and Brendon McCullum in the Zone. Death-bowling demoThe batsmen are set and swinging, the game is in the balance and youre coming on to bowl as the game reaches its climax. How do you make sure youre ready to get your yorker right in the blockhole? Jordan - fresh from doing just that in the World T20 and before he was signed by Royal Challengers Bangalore - demonstrated some of the practice routines he uses to perfect his yorker. Mike Wallace Jersey. The England seamer discussed the need to be able to adjust at the last second and still hit your mark while Owais Shah provides the batsmans perspective. Click here to watch the video.Batting the Buttler wayJos Buttler is enjoying his first IPL campaign and Jayawardene, a man who knows a thing or two when it comes to batting and has worked with the keeper-batsman with England, explains how the Mumbai Indians star goes about his business. The Sri Lankan explains how Buttler uses his wide range of innovative ramp and lap shots to manoeuvre the field before launching into the bigger shots. Click here to watch the video.How does Dhoni do it?MS Dhoni has long been considered one of the very best when it comes to clearing the ropes but just how does he do it? Ten Doeschate looked at how the India captain gives himself a solid base and clears his front leg, allowing him to generate the power he does as he swings through the line of the ball - almost like a golf swing. The Essex captain also discussed the aura of Dhoni and how that can affect bowlers when they see him at the other end of the wicket. Click here to watch the video. Ryan ten Doeschate analyses MS Dhonis batting and likens his swing to a golf swing. Playing spin under pressureBopara and Ten Doeschate give their advice on how to play spin in T20 cricket when the ball is turning square. Bopara warned against planting your front foot and instead going back and trying to drag the bowlers length that bit fuller as well as discussing the importance of rotating the strike. Meanwhile, Ten Doeschate explained the advantages of using your feet and putting the pressure back on the bowler. Click here to watch the video.Facing left-arm swingTen Doeschate and Bopara were back in The Zone to advise on how to deal with left-arm swing bowling. Ten Doeschate talked about opening up your stance and keeping your front foot out of the way. Bopara, on the other hand, argued the case for moving inside the ball and hitting over the legside and using the pace of the ball. Click here to watch the video. Ravi Bopara and Ryan ten Doeschate are in the Zone to discuss left-arm swing. Slower ballsWith the likes of Mustafizur Rahman (Sunrisers Hyderabad) and Dwayne Bravo (Gujarat Lions) bamboozling batsmen with their pace-off deliveries, ex-England seamer Dominic Cork assessed how the pair bowl such dangerous slower balls and the tactics and variations they adopt. Ten Doeschate, meanwhile, revealed how he looks to score from such deliveries by generating pace off the bat with a healthy backswing and setting himself without premeditating a shot. Click here to watch the video. Also See: IPL videos IPL table How to watch the IPL @SkyCricket on Twitter Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys AuthenticWholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys ' ' '


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