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PARIS - Canadas Kelly Russell and Magali Harvey have been nominated for the IRB Womens Player of the Year award. Ireland full back Niamh Briggs and France No. 8 Safi NDiaye were also on the shortlist, released Wednesday by the International Rugby Board. Harvey, from Quebec City, scored 26 points on three tries, four conversions and a penalty in Canadas opening victory over Spain at the Womens Rugby World Cup. The 23-year-old wing also helped Canada reach the final of the Rugby World Cup Sevens tournament last year. Entering Wednesdays semifinal against host France, Harvey leads the Canadian team with 39 points. Russell, the team captain and No. 8 from Bolton, Ont., is playing in her second straight Womens Rugby World Cup. The 27-year-old is also a member of Canadas sevens side. "I would like to congratulate all four of these players who have made the shortlist," said IRB chairman Bernard Lapasset. "By making this exclusive list, they have already achieved something special regardless of who eventually wins the award." Cheap Shoes . While hell be dialed in to that tournament on a course he loves, you can forgive him if his eyes glance down the calendar just a bit, towards April. Cheap Shoes China .Y. -- Defenceman Ryan Murphy had a goal and an assist and Drew MacIntyre made 24 saves to help the Carolina Hurricanes beat the New York Islanders 4-2 in an exhibition game Wednesday night. http://www.shoeschinacheap.com/.Y. - Carey Price had an early feeling that one goal might be enough to settle the latest matchup between his Montreal Canadiens and longtime Original Six foe, the New York Rangers. Cheap Nike Shoes China .Johnny there, who knew he had that speed? teammate Tommy Wingels said.Scott and Matt Irwin were unlikely goal-scorers Tuesday night as the previously stingy San Jose Sharks finally sprung a leak or two, blowing a pair of three-goal leads before coming away with a 6-5 shootout victory over the Washington Capitals.Charlottesville, VA (SportsNetwork.com) - Justin Anderson and Malcolm Brogdon each netted 16 points as sixth-ranked Virginia remained unbeaten with a 70-54 win over Cleveland State. Anthony Gill added 13 points and eight rebounds for the Cavaliers (10-0), who overcame a slow start from a 12-day layoff to shoot 50 percent from the field and move to 10-0 for the first time since 2000-01. Trey Lewis was the lone Cleveland State (5-6) player to score in double figures, finishing with 18 points while hitting 4-of-9 attempts from 3-point range. Entering Thursdays matchup atop Division I in scoring defense and third in field goal percentage defense, the Cavaliers showed off their prowess on that side of the ball over the games early stages. After Lewis scored on Cleveland States initial possession, the Vikings missed 15 of their next 16 shots and were held without a point for more than a 10- minute stretch as Virginia built a 16-4 lead despite its own offensive struggles early on. Back-to-back 3-pointers from Vinny Zollo and Kaza Keane finnally ended the Vikings dry spell, but Brogdon and Gill led the Cavaliers on an 11-2 run to extend the margin to 27-12 late in the first half.dddddddddddd Virginia owned a 31-18 advantage at the break behind 12 points each from the duo. The Cavaliers maintained a double-digit margin throughout the entire second half, with the lead stretching to 20 points following another 11-2 spurt that Anderson started and finished with a trey. The last of those makes had UVa up comfortably at 46-26 with 14 1/2 minutes to go. Cleveland State trailed by 13 points or more the rest of the way. Game Notes The Cavaliers have held the opposition under 70 points in 16 straight games, the longest streak in the nation ... Forward Darion Atkins returned to action for Virginia after missing the teams last game against VCU with a back contusion ... The Cavs won the only previous meeting between the schools, a 76-65 decision in the 2009 Cancun Challenge ... Cleveland State fell to 1-17 all-time against top-10 foes. ' ' '
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