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A second-half comeback against Parramatta has delivered Canberra their eighth NRL win in a row and guaranteed them a second chance in this years finals.In front of a season-high crowd of 18,825 at GIO Stadium on Sunday, Raiders skipper Jarrod Croker produced a historic outing, setting up three of Brenko Lees four tries on the way to the 28-18 victory.The leagues leading point-scorer also added a try and kicked two goals to take him past Clinton Schifcofskes 2001 club record of 245 points in a season.A lot of teams wouldnt have got out of that today, Raiders coach Ricky Stuart said.They had a lot of ball early on us and the character that we showed in that second half was unbelievable, the way Jarrods got his team so tightly bonded.Its a credit to what hes done as a leader of that group because theyre a real tight-knit bunch who play for each other.The win keeps Canberra in third spot and, more important, five points ahead of fifth-placed North Queensland with just two games remaining in the regular season.Not since the Raiders came fourth in 2003 will the club finish so high on the ladder.However, the win was soured by a possible rib injury to prop Junior Paulo, who went off early in the second half and didnt return.Canberra came back from 16-0 down after 19 minutes and looked a shadow of the side that toppled ladder leaders Cronulla and Melbourne in the past fortnight.It was Parramatta versus the clock early, with tries to speed men Michael Jennings, Semi Radradra and Bevan French shocking the Raiders faithful to take a 16-0 lead in the 19th minute.Jennings was in the thick of it early, planting a Jeff Robson grubber in the fifth minute before setting up Radradra in the 13th with a neat catch, step and pass.French later denied a try to Brenko Lee and backed it up by supporting a breakaway Radradra a minute later, sending the Eels on their way to what looked like an upset.But the Raiders stemmed the tide when Lee scored his first try in the 23rd minute, which was enough to keep his team in touch at 18-4 at halftime.The break did wonders for the home side, in particular for Croker, who surpassed Schifcofske with a try and goal and then supplied Lees second and third tries.A fourth to Lee in the 65th minute gave his team the lead before Iosia Soliola sealed the win with 10 minutes remaining.Eels coach Brad Arthur, who lost Beau Scott (ankle) and Tepai Moeroa (concussion) pre-game, said his team were simply not getting rewards despite putting in valiant efforts week to week.We need to get a bit more for our effort but there was too many points scored against us in the second half. 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American Kevin Streelman was in second place after shooting a 69. Derek Fisher Jersey . PAUL, Minn. MIAMI -- Miami Marlins right-hander Henderson Alvarez had thrown only 72 pitches after six shutout innings against the Pittsburgh Pirates when manager Mike Redmond yanked him for a pinch-hitter. The game was scoreless, the bases were loaded, and Redmond figured Miami might not muster another threat. His move paid off when pinch-hitter Placido Polanco put the Marlins ahead with an infield single, and they went on to win 2-0 Friday night. "Its always a tough decision when somebody is pitching as well as Alvarez was," Redmond said. "But thats the best pitching staff in the National League that were going against, and I wasnt sure we were going to get another chance. We went for it, and it worked out." Lowly Miami beat the Pirates at their own game, combining dominant pitching with just enough offence. Alvarez earned his first National League victory, and four relievers completed a five-hitter. The shutout was only the third by the Marlins, but their starters have an ERA of 2.44 since the All-Star break. Theyre 4-4 over that stretch even though they have totalled only 15 runs. "Its unreal going in knowing you have a chance even though the bats havent been there, and knowing one run may be enough," slugger Giancarlo Stanton said. "You can go about the game completely differently." Stanton provided an insurance run in the seventh with his 12th homer. Jeff Locke (9-3) allowed two earned runs in 6 2-3 innings and had a career-high nine strikeouts, but he lost for the first time in his past 10 road starts. He walked six, and his ERA rose to 2.15. "Kind of sloppy," the left-hander said. "I felt really good, but just command wasnt there." Alvarez (1-1) hit 98 mph on the radar gun, gave up just two hits in six innings, and lowered his ERA to 2.64. "That was a great performance," Redmond said. "Thats the hardest Ive seen him throw. You could tell he was pumped up. When youre playing a playoff team, its good to see guys take it up a notch." The start was Alvarezs fifth after he sat out the first half of the season because of right shoulder inflammation. "He just had explosive stuff," the Pirates Russell Martin said..dddddddddddd "His fastball was electric." Steve Cishek, Miamis fifth pitcher, gave up a pair of two-out singles in the ninth inning but earned his 21st save in 23 chances, including 16 in a row. He retired pinch-hitter Jose Tabata on a groundout with two on to end the game. Pittsburgh managed only six baserunners, including one erased on a double play, and went 0 for 6 with runners in scoring position. The Pirates struck out six times in the final three innings against Marlins relievers. The game was scoreless until the sixth, when Locke gave up two walks sandwiched around a single by rookie Jake Marisnick, his first major-league hit. With the bases loaded and one out, Polanco batted for Alvarez and tapped a dribbler toward third for an RBI infield hit. Third baseman Pedro Alvarez charged to field the ball but made no throw. "We went for it," Redmond said. "It wasnt pretty, but it worked." Stanton went 2 for 2 with two walks in four trips to the plate. He led off the seventh inning with a homer off Locke. "I got the sense he was like, All right, he hasnt seen anything all day. Im going to see what he can do with it," Stanton said. "Youve got to make sure you take advantage of that." The Marlins had a hit in each of the first five innings, but during that stretch they grounded into a double play and had two runners thrown out. Catcher Martin absorbed a blow when he tagged out Jeff Mathis, who was trying to score from first on Alvarezs two-out double in the second inning. Martin said he tweaked his left knee on the play, and he left the game in the seventh, but said the injury was minor. Jordy Mercer extended his hitting streak to a career-best 11 games with a single in the third. That was the Pirates lone hit until Starling Marte reached on a bunt single with two out in the sixth. Notes: RF Tabata (right forearm) was held out of the starting lineup for the second game in a row. ... Pittsburgh 1B Gaby Sanchez, a Miami native and former Marlin, had 25 friends and relatives at the game in a suite provided by the Marlins. ... RHP Charlie Morton, scheduled to start Saturday, is 2-3 with a 5.06 ERA in six starts against the Marlins. Youth NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys 2020 Cheap NFL Gear Camo China NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys 2020 Cheap Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys Online ' ' '

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