Alex Hales smashed 78 off 52 balls - his sixth straight score of fifty plus - as England beat South Africa A by 44 runs in their T20 warm-up in Paarl. Hales fell short of back-to-back hundreds following his 112 in Englands defeat in the ODI series decider in Cape Town on Sunday, but his efforts here propelled the side to a winning score of 202-6 - captain Eoin Morgan pitching in with a 13-ball 42, tonking five sixes.In reply, Theunis de Bruyn (56 off 38 balls) impressed for the hosts but they fell some distance short of their target, finishing on 158-8 with Reece Topley taking 3-29 and birthday boy Adil Rashid 2-27.England rested Joe Root, Ben Stokes and Moeen Ali for the warm-up, giving James Vince, Sam Billings and David Willey the chance to impress ahead of the first T20I of the two-match series against South Africa on Friday. Adil Rashid (R) and Jos Buttler (L) celebrate the stumping of David Miller Hales had got England off to a flier, striking seven fours from his first 12 balls and 32 of the first 33 runs scored, after Morgan won the toss and chose to bat first.The captain - who had scored just 12 runs in his last three innings - came in at 138-3 after Roy and James Vince both departed for 22, and Hales fell in the 16th over.Morgans sensational striking and a handy cameo by Jos Buttler (29 off 18) kept the runs flowing and saw England up to an imposing 203-run target.It took England only four balls to strike in South Africas reply, as Topley trapped Reeza Hendricks lbw.Any thoughts of an early finish and a comfortable England victory were quickly dispelled when De Bruyn and Morne van Wyk (32 off 28) put on 88 for the second wicket.Both batsmen fell within an over of each other to derail the South African innings shortly after the midway mark, both caught by Willey, with Chris Woakes (1-40) removing Van Wyk and Rashid accounting for De Bruyn.Rashid grabbed his second soon after, with Buttler stumping the dangerous David Miller for 10, before leaving Willey (2-32) and Topley to tear through the tail - Topley finding himself on a hat-trick in the final over.Watch the first Twenty20 international between South Africa and England live on Sky Sports 2 this Friday from 3.30pm.Before then, do not miss South Africa Women take on England Women in their second T20 from 11.25am on Friday, also on Sky Sports 2. Larry Bird Jersey .com) - The Chicago Blackhawks aim for their third three-game winning streak of the season when they host the struggling Edmonton Oilers in Sundays battle at the United Center. Youth Celtics Jerseys . LeBron James and Chris Bosh didnt need any more. Williams scored 11 points in 10 minutes, Alan Anderson scored 17 points, and the Brooklyn Nets finished the exhibition season with a 108-87 win over the Miami Heat on Friday night. http://www.cheapcelticsjerseyschina.com/robert-williams-jersey/ .J. -- Marshawn Lynch said Thursday it will be good to get back to football after the Seattle quiet talking running back wrapped up his final mandatory media session of Super Bowl week. Cheap Celtics Jerseys . 24 Baylor in a Big 12 clash between teams trending in opposite directions. Andrew Wiggins made 10-of-12 from the foul line and scored 17 for Kansas (14-4, 5-0 Big 12), which capped a stretch of four straight games against ranked opponents unscathed. Celtics Jerseys From China . Kyle Denbrook, a soccer player from Saint Marys University, took the CIS male athlete of the week honour. Stanley, a fourth-year business administration student from Charlottetown, scored both goals in a 2-0 win over Dalhousie on Friday and tallied again in a 1-0 win over Saint Marys on Sunday. The batting incumbentsDavid Warner Played on trying to hook Chris Tremain for 20, to add to his 11 from the first innings.Joe Burns Again failed to reach double-figures, this time lbw to Chadd Sayers for 2. His past six first-class innings now read: 4, 7, 1, 0, 4, 2.Usman Khawaja Caught and bowled by Kane Richardson for 17, but has a first-innings century under his belt.Callum Ferguson Was lbw to Peter George for 4. Has endured a similar lean streak to Burns, and his past five first-class innings read: 0, 3, 1, 4, 4.Peter Nevill Faced 61 balls before being bowled by Daniel Christian for 26, the ball keeping low on an SCG pitch that was offering variable bounce.Steven Smith is yet to bat in the second innings, and Adam Voges will not bat again having been concussed in the first innings.The batting hopefulsMatt Renshaw Scored a run-a-ball 50 as Queensland sought quick runs, which showed he can change his tempo. Caught hooking off the bowling of Richardson. Made 108 in the first innings and is a serious contender to open with Warner in Adelaide.Kurtis Patterson Managed 55 before he was lbw playing back to a Jon Holland ball that kept very low. Top-scored in the New South Wales innings.Nic Maddinson Like several of his New South Wales team-mates, done by a ball staying low. Bowled by Tremain for 6.Travis Dean Prodded Steve OKeefe to cover for 29 to add to his 134 from the first innings.Glenn Maxwell Top-edged OKeefe trying to sweep from well outside off stump and was caught for 3.dddddddddddd Made 10 in the first innings.Cameron Bancroft Was bowled by Simon Milenko for 11, having made only 2 in the first innings. Has not made a fifty in any of his six Shield innings this summer.Sam Whiteman Threw his name into the wicket-keeping mix by posting 104 against Tasmania at the WACA, having scored 54 in the first innings.The bowling incumbentNathan Lyon The only one of Australias Test bowlers to be playing in this Shield round, Lyon again went wicketless in Victorias second innings and finished with match figures of 0 for 173The bowling hopefulsSteve OKeefe Bowled only three overs in Victorias second innings, but picked up 2 for 6.Chadd Sayers Having gone wicketless in the first innings, picked up 2 for 43 in the second innings at the Gabba, including the wicket of Burns.Jason Behrendorff Ran through the Tasmania lower order to finish with 5 for 80 from 34.5 overs at the WACAJackson Bird Picked up 1 for 60 from 19 overs in Western Australias second innings, having taken 2 for 60 in the first.Chris Tremain Proved extremely difficult to score against on a cracking SCG pitch and claimed 4 for 22 from 18 overs, including 11 maidens. Later added the wicket of Warner in the second innings.Jon Holland Claimed 2 for 58 from 28 overs against New South Wales in the first innings. Youth NFL Jerseys Cheap Cheap Jerseys Online China Jerseys Wholesale Cheap NFL Hoodies Wholesale NFL T-shirts Stitched Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys 2020 ' ' '