NRL rivals on Saturday and NSW Origin teammates on Monday - thats the scenario fullbacks James Tedesco and Matt Moylan hope comes to fruition.Wests Tigers No.1 Tedesco and Penrith skipper Moylan will face off in a tantalising duel in their sides clash at ANZ Stadium.While Moylan is tipped to retain his spot at fullback for the Blues, its understood Tedesco is a strong chance to replace out-of-form Sydney Roosters utility Blake Ferguso on the wing when the NSW squad for game three is announced on Monday morning.Calls have come thick and fast for Tedesco to be named by Laurie Daley after producing irresistible form since returning fromn a shoulder injury.The Tigers maestro had one hand on the Blues No.1 jumper before game one but went down with the injury against South Sydney, opening the door for Moylan, who handled himself with aplomb in the two losses to Queensland.Daley said hes having a hard look at Tedesco and Tigers coach Jason Taylor insists his charge wasnt showing any signs of letting the pressure get to him.Teddys been handling that expectation all season and probably for a couple of seasons now, Taylor said.Weve worked hard as a team this week on how we want to play and what Teddys involvement is in that.Teddys the last person whos going to put any of that stuff ahead of what he needs to do for the Wests Tigers.In 12 matches this year, Tedesco has been in sparking form scoring 11 tries and could hardly have done more to demand selection.Penrith coach Anthony Griffin said it would be unfair to drop Moylan after he was a shining light for NSW in the opening two games.I think Matt Moylans been one of NSWs best players in both games, Griffin said.I dont see any reason why they should be questioning Matt Moylan.I can understand their frustration with not winning games. But I wouldnt be questioning Matt Moylans performances.Meanwhile Tigers hookers Robbie Farah and Dene Halatau have both been cleared of head knocks to face the Panthers.The club will also holds its first legends day, with past greats from Wests Magpies, Balmain Tigers and Wests Tigers, such as Tommy Raudonikis, Garry Jack and John Skandalis, to be presented to the crowd at halftime.STATS THAT MATTER* The Tigers are conceding just over 25 points per game this season, only Newcastle is conceding more (34.7 per game).* The Panthers are aiming to win three straight for the first time since 2014.* Penriths Bryce Cartwright has won four out of his past five games when starting at five-eighth. Cheap Wholesale Air Max . Tests earlier this week revealed a Grade 2 left hamstring strain for Sabathia, who was hurt in last Fridays start against San Francisco. Its an injury that will require about eight weeks to heal. He finished a disappointing campaign just 14-13 with a career-worst 4. 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SPRINGFIELD, N.J. -- Robert Streb became the latest player to shoot 63 in a major, and hardly anyone noticed in a PGA Championship with endless action across Baltusrol on Friday.Streb was on the far end of the rain-soaked course when he holed a 20-foot birdie putt on his last hole, the par-3 ninth, to become the 28th player with a 63 in a major. It was the fourth 63 at Baltusrol, following Jack Nicklaus and Tom Weiskopf in the opening round of the 1980 U.S. Open and Thomas Bjorn in the third round at 2005 PGA.It gave Streb a share of the lead with Jimmy Walker (66), and they tied the 36-hole record at the PGA Championship at 131.Most of the crowd was at the par-5 closing holes at Baltusrol, and there was no shortage of entertainment.Defending champion Jason Day went on a tear after taking a double bogey on No. 7 by making seven birdies over his next eight holes and having a chance at 63. He needed birdies on the final two holes, both pars, but instead drove left next to the hospitality tents, and then hit an iron into right rough off the tee at No. 18. He had to settle for two pars and a 65.Even so, the worlds No. 1 player was in solid shape to try to join Tiger Woods as the only back-to-back PGA champions in the stroke-play era. Day was at 7-under 133 with Emiliano Grillo, who sent the tone for an afternoon of birdies on his way to a 67.By the end of the day, it was easy to overlook a familiar figure -- Henrik Stenson, the British Open champion who made eagle on the 18th at the turn and polished off another 67. He was only four shots behind in his bid to match Ben Hogan as the only players to win two straight majors at age 40.Phil Mickelson made the cut, and that might have been the most entertaining of all.He began his round with a tee shot so far left that it sailed off the property, bounced along Shunpike Road and caromed to the left down Baltusrol Way. Wherever it finished, it was out-of-bounds, and Mickelson had to scramble for a triple bogey. He spent the rest of the day battling to get back, and he delivered on the 18th with a birdie to postt a 70.ddddddddddddWOMENS BRITISH OPENWOBURN, England -- Mirim Lee followed her opening 10-under 62 with a 71 in the Womens British Open, leaving her a stroke ahead entering the weekend at tree-lined Woburn Golf Club.A day after matching the tournament record and falling a stroke short of the major championship mark, the 25-year-old South Korean player had three birdies and two bogeys to reach 11-under 133.Lee had two front-nine birdies, bogeyed the par-4 13th, birdied the par-5 15th and bogeyed the par-3 17th on the Marquess Course, the hilly, forest layout that is a big change from the seaside links that dominate the tournament rotation.Three weeks ago at the U.S. Womens Open, Lee opened with a 64, then followed with rounds of 74, 76 and 73 to tie for 11th. The two-time LPGA Tour winner missed the cut in the ANA Inspiration to start the major year, and tied for fourth in the KPMG Womens PGA.Thailands Ariya Jutanugarn and Chinas Shanshan Feng were tied for second. Jutanugarn had a 69, and Feng had a 68. Jutanugarn won three straight events in May.South Koreas Ha Na Jang (67) and 46-year-old Scot Catriona Matthew (65) were 9 under.ELLIE MAE CLASSICHAYWARD, Calif. -- Stephan Jaeger backed up his record 12-under 58 with a 65 on Friday, giving him a five-stroke lead halfway through the Web.com Tours Ellie Mae Classic.The 27-year-old German player matched the lowest score ever on a substantial tour Thursday with the 58. Japans Ryo Ishikawa also shot a 12-under 58 to win the 2010 Crowns on the Japan Tour. Jaeger broke the Web.com Tour record of 59, and set another tour record Friday with his 17-under 123 total at TPC Stonebrae.On Friday, Jaeger bogeyed the first hole and birdied Nos. 8-10 and 15-17.Jaeger is 102nd on the money list, with the top 25 at end of the season earning PGA Tour cards. The winner Sunday will get $108,000.Former University of California star Brandon Hagy (63) and Rhein Gibson (66) were tied for second. Jerseys NFL China Cheap Adidas NHL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys From China Cheap MLB Jerseys Wholesale China Jerseys NFL Jerseys China Discount Soccer Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys China China NCAA Jerseys Cheap Cheap Nike Dolphins Jerseys Cheap Nike Patriots Jerseys Cheap Nike Jets Jerseys Cheap Nike Bengals Jerseys Cheap Nike Browns Jerseys Cheap Nike Steelers Jerseys Cheap Nike Texans Jerseys Cheap Nike Colts Jerseys Cheap Nike Jaguars Jerseys Cheap Nike Titans Jerseys Cheap Nike Broncos Jerseys ' ' '