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Kent 148 for 7 (Denly 51, Howell 3-29) beat Gloucestershire 145 for 8 (Klinger 42, Howell 37) by three runsScorecard Gloucestershires run of success in the NatWest T20 Blast South Group ended with a three-run defeat by Kent in a dramatic finish at Bristol.The visitors posted what seemed a moderate 148 for seven after losing the toss, having been given a decent start by openers Joe Denly (51) and Tom Latham. Benny Howell claimed three for 29, while Andrew Tye conceded only 19 from his four overs.In reply, Gloucestershire could manage only 145 for eight, despite 42 from Michael Klinger and Benny Howells rapid 37. Kagiso Rabada (1 for 19) and David Griffiths (2 for 22) were the pick of the Kent attack.The hosts needed 16 off the last over, begun by Mitchell Claydon, but finished by Griffiths after the Australian has been ordered out of the attack for a second no-ball full toss above waist height.Kent skipper Sam Northeast said: Mitchell Claydon was supposed to pitch the ball halfway down the pitch in the final over so Im not sure what went wrong. It was a greasy ball, which obviously slipped out of his hand, and these things happen.Fortunately David Griffiths had a couple of overs left so we were able to turn to him. He has been a death bowler for us so he was a good guy to have up our sleeves.As against Somerset last night, we were slightly disappointed with our score, but the bowlers have done the business for us. Now the aim is to win our last three group games and see where it takes us.The start of the match saw Denly help himself to early sixes off Matt Taylors first and second over, but Gloucestershire bowled well in the powerplay, with Liam Norwell bowling three overs for 19, to restrict their visitors to 46 without loss after six overs.Even so, Kent looked to have laid the foundation for a decent total when with the total on 57 in the eighth over Latham was caught at deep mid-wicket off Howell.Denly went on to a 33-ball half-century, with four sixes and two fours, before getting an under-edge to Tye and being bowled with the score on 94 in the 12th over.It proved a turning point as Howell, Tye and left-arm spinner Tom Smith put the squeeze on Kent. Only 17 runs were added in the next four overs, which saw the demise of Sam Northeast and Alex Blake.A brief Darren Stevens cameo of 20 off ten balls was the best the visitors could manage and their total looked below par in good batting conditions.Gloucestershire made a poor start chasing the modest target when Hamish Marshall was run out for a single by a smart piece of fielding from Kagiso Rabada off his own bowling.Ian Cockbain was struck on the helmet by Rabada before being bowled for eight by a good delivery from Mitch Claydon. At the end of the powerplay Gloucestershire were 37 for 2, but Rabada had bowled three of the six overs, clearly in an attempt to remove danger-man Klinger.The Gloucestershire captain looked well set in the 12th over when a leg-side wide from James Treadwell saw him stumped by Sam Billings. At the end of that over the hosts were 74 for 3.Howell went straight on the attack, blasting a straight six and a four off the next over from Fabian Cowdrey. With Chris Dent already going well, it was the impetus Gloucestershire needed.Dent went for 28 to an injudicious scoop shot off Griffiths that saw him glove through to Billings and at 104 for 4 in the 15th over the game was still in the balance.Kent took control when Kieran Noema-Barnett was caught at mid-on off Claydon and Gareth Roderick was bowled by a full ball from Griffiths.Rabada returned to bowl Tye with the second ball of the penultimate over, but drama ensued when Claydons first delivery of the last over slipped and he had to hand over to Griffiths.That drama continued as Howell, was caught off another no-ball for height, only to be run out as he tried to claim a second run. Griffiths then held his nerve and the home side fell agonisingly short. Custom Houston Rockets Jerseys Cheap . He said Tuesday thats a big reason why he is now the new coach of the Tennessee Titans. Whisenhunt said he hit it off quickly with Ruston Webster when interviewing for the job Friday night. 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Subscribe today!MYLES GARRETT DIGS dinosaurs and Dean Martin. He writes poetry instead of Twitter posts, having opted to delete his social media accounts before the 2015 season. He doesnt go to South Padre Island for spring break; he takes mission trips with his teammates to places like Haiti. He dreams of Texas A&M wins and archaeological digs, with hopes of embarking on an excavation after his playing days. Oh, and in his spare time hes college footballs most dominant pass rusher -- a 6-foot-5, 270-pound behemoth who is averaging nearly two tackles for loss per game despite constant double- and triple-teams. The junior defensive end sits atop Mel Kiper Jr.s Big Board for the 2017 NFL draft and is a virtual lock to be a top-five pick come April. But to hear Garrett talk about his future as he sits in A&Ms football ?offices in late October is to understand that the best defensive player in college football finds the most value outside of it.When Texas A&M beat Tennessee on Oct. 8 -- just a few days after Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti -- you sent out a plea for prayers and donations for those affected by the storm. When did you decide you were going to do that and why?The thought crossed my mind a couple days before the game, but it took a lot of time to build up the confidence to actually say it. That was the hardest part. Once I started going through the motions of actually doing it, it kind of just came out of me.When you were asked about your public plea, you said its important to have a purpose. Where did that belief come from?Gran and Pop. They instilled in me: Have a purpose, bigger than sports, bigger than you. That was always helping people. Its not math, its not science. Paleontology and architecture is a hobby, something I want to do for a while, but eventually you can get tired of those things. I can never get tired of helping people.Given that sentiment and the current social climate, what are your thoughts on Colin Kaepernick and the stand he has taken?He stood up for what he believed in. A lot of people are making a fuss about him wearing a Muhammad Ali shirt, but Ali did the same thing. He had an unpopular opinion, taking a negative view toward the Vietnam War. But it meant something to him. He had a cause, he had a purpose and he wasnt going to defect from that because people didnt like what he said or how he felt. He was going to stand up for what was right. And thats what Colin Kaepernick is doing. He wants to bring attention to injustice that he believes has happened in the police force, and more power to him. More people should stand up and not be afraid to do things that mean something to them.Youve heard a lot of people tell Kaepernicck to stick to sports.dddddddddddd Whats your reaction when you hear that kind of criticism?He is sticking to sports. While hes doing that, hes making a name for himself outside of it. Hes doing something that he loves alongside trying to balance being a starting quarterback.You mentioned Ali. Have you studied any other historical figures who had a social impact?We all studied MLK, Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Maya Angelou. It was a lot easier for me to connect with people who are poets, who spoke through words on a page as well as got up and spoke in front of people. I love the people who spoke well about It doesnt take violence or It doesnt take getting up and taking it by force. You can do it simply by making a stand and standing firm in that.Has anyone had a particular impact on you?Angelou, definitely. She was so knowledgeable on everything: family, love, how you approach the day.You have a wide range of interests in a time when many athletes focus only on their sport. Why?Why start figuring out what I want to do and what I like to do after football when I have enough time now? I know my likes. I can delve deep into those when I have time. If youre waiting eight or 10 years, thats eight or 10 years you wasted on just one thing.I hear youre into old-school music. If youre picking a playlist today, who makes the cut?Journey. Marvin Gaye, hes always a good time. Queen. And you cant go wrong with some Elvis.How much do you read for leisure?When Im traveling for away games, Im reading. When Im going to the movies the night before a home game, Im reading. When Im sitting in my hotel room, Im reading. If Ive got some time after class, Im reading. If I can get away with it while Im doing treatment, Im reading.Whats the usual subject matter?It can be paleontology, discoveries. It can be new finds in astronomy or in the world.Lets play word association. Tell me the first thing that comes to your mind: dinosaurs.Raptors.Music.Marvin.Social media.Stupid.NFL draft.Bosa.Joey Bosa?For the longest time, I was trying to be a better player than him. And seeing how hes playing in the NFL, maybe I have to do it again and try to catch up. If he becomes the best, then I have to be better.What do you want to do after football?Travel. I dont know where I want to start, but I know when I want to start: right away. As soon as Im done, people who need help, I want to go where theyre living. Just go with my family and friends. ?I want to do that as well as go on archaeological digs. And maybe the people who I affect will help me down the road on those digs. If it starts with one person, it could have a domino effect. ' ' '

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