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Derbyshire 248 (Hosein 108, Leach 5-60) and 15 for 1 trail Worcestershire 475 for 7 dec by 212 runsScorecard Harvey Hosein scored his maiden County Championship century but Derbyshire were forced to follow on after another impressive performance with the ball by Worcestershire paceman Joe Leach at New Road.Wicket-keeper Hosein registered his fourth successive fifty plus score and reached three figures off 240 balls with his 11th boundary - through midwicket off Ed Barnard.It was a perfect reminder of his potential in the week that Derbyshire signed another potential wicketkeeper, Gary Wilson, from Surrey on a three year contract.But Leach followed up yesterdays century with his fifth five wicket haul of the campaign as Derbyshire were bowled out for 248.Only Hosein and Championship debutant Greg Cork (49) provided prolonged resistance as the Peakites followed on 227 in arrears.Then Leach struck an early blow in Derbyshires second innings to remove Ben Slater as the visitors closed on 15 for 1.The 25-year-old all-rounder is having a season to remember and he has now taken 64 Championship wickets to surpass last years previous best tally of 59 in addition to scoring more than 600 runs in the competition.Derbyshire resumed on 15 for 0 and were immediately on the back foot after Leach removed Billy Godleman and Tom Wood in the space of five balls.He had Godleman caught behind - an excellent take by Ben Cox diving away to his left - and trapped Wood lbw in the same over.Miguel Cummins worked up a good head of pace and had Wayne Madsen lbw before Charlie Morris made a double breakthrough.Slater edged through to Tom Kohler-Cadmore at first slip and the same combination accounted for Alex Hughes and it became 103 for 6 shortly after lunch when Tom Milnes was caught behind.But Cork, son of former England all-rounder Dominic Cork, joined Hosein to frustrate the Worcestershire attack for 33 overs during a seventh wicket stand of 96.Hosein came to immediate prominence when he made his first-class debut against Surrey at The Oval in 2014.He claimed 11 catches to break the Derbyshire record for the most dismissals in a match by a wicketkeeper. It also equalled the world record for dismissals by a wicketkeeper on debutBut here the 20-year-old showed more of his potential with the bat after scores of 52 not out against Gloucestershire and 83 not out and 58 versus Leicestershire in his previous three knocks.Cork was denied his maiden 50 when he pulled Leach into the hands of Joe Clarke in front of square.Hoseins march towards three figures was threatened when Ed Barnard trapped Tony Palladino lbw and bowled Will Davis with successive deliveries.He then survived a run out scare on 97 before going to his hundred and reached 108 before Leach claimed his fifth wicket.Slater departed for the second time in the day when he clipped Leach to Tom Fell at midwicket. NMD R1 Damske . Andreas Johnson had a goal and two assists while Jacob de la Rose also scored for Sweden (2-0-0). Esa Lindell and Rasmus Ristolainen replied for Finland (1-1-0) Lindell opened the scoring for Finland just 41 seconds into the game, but the hosts quickly regained their composure and tied the score less than four minutes later on Wennbergs first of the game. Levne Pánské/Dámské Adidas NMD R1 x Neighborhood x Invincible Boty Cerné/Bílé .ca looks back at the stories and moments that made the year memorable. http://www.botynmdlevne.cz/ . After taking two big hits this week -- losing at home and dropping back-to-back games for the first time all season -- Indiana struck back by playing its most complete game of the year. Adidas NMD Czech . President of baseball operations Larry Beinfest was fired Friday after 12 years with the Marlins. The move came as the team neared the end of its third consecutive last-place season in the NL East. NMD R1 Panske . -- Adam Snyder returned to the San Francisco 49ers this season because the offensive lineman thought it was his best opportunity to win a championship. LAS VEGAS -- Part spectacle and part celebration, the sport of mixed martial arts once again took center stage in the sporting world on Saturday with UFC 200.After the biggest and arguably deepest card in UFC history, the logical question is simple: Whats next?Heres a look at what the near future could (and in some cases should) bring for the 10 biggest winners of the event, including Amanda Nunes, Brock Lesnar and Daniel Cormier.Amanda Nunes: In the revolving door that is the UFCs title picture at womens bantamweight, Nunes made quite an emphatic statement by the ease with which she lifted Miesha Tates title. With the 135-pound belt having now changed hands three times in the past nine months, the division is as wide open as ever. The good news for Nunes is that shes in a prime position for an immediate and marketable title defense. Former champion Holly Holm, who lost her title to Tate in their March thriller, likely makes the most sense, should she get past Valentina Shevchenko on July 23. But dont count out the return of Ronda Rousey. UFC president Dana White told SportsCenter late Saturday that he feels Rousey will be back by the end of this year or early next year. If the UFC can convince Rousey to return by November, there wouldnt be a better venue for her than the promotions long-awaited debut at Madison Square Garden.Brock Lesnar: In his first appearance since 2011, the former UFC heavyweight champion looked fresh in his dominant decision win over Mark Hunt. Lesnars return was deemed a one-off by current employer WWE and The Beast will quickly transition to promoting his Aug. 21 SummerSlam bout against Randy Orton. Its hard to imagine, however, this was the last time we see Lesnar, who turns 39 on Tuesday, inside the Octagon. Yes, no one outside of Lesnar and the McMahon family knows the specifics of his part-time WWE contract. Its also true that his victory over Hunt would be the perfect swan song after Lesnars initial UFC run was compromised by diverticulitis. But take a gander at Lesnars postfight comments and try to convince yourself his competitive nature wont bring him back.I had 12 inches of my colon removed [in 2011] and jumped back into the Octagon three months later. I mean, who does that? Come on, Lesnar said. Ive been gone five years and I stepped into the Octagon tonight with the guy ranked No. 8 in the world [at heavyweight]. You can write what you want to write but I think Im the toughest son of a bitch around and this puts me right in the game. Granted, Ive got some work to do but dont we all. If I want to make that decision and keep fighting, I will.Daniel Cormier: The light heavyweight champion had quite an emotional week after chief rival Jon Jones was pulled from the UFC 200 main event for a doping violation. Cormier then endured three rounds of boos for using his size advantage and wrestling to maul crowd favorite Anderson Silva. With Jones facing a possible two-year suspension from the USADA, Cormier is left without an obvious next opponent. He plans on staying busy and will look to face whoever is next in line, mentioning former title challengers Anthony Johnson and Alexander Gustafsson. The problem is Cormier is fresh off of wins against both fighters in the immediate aftermath of Jones being stripped of the title in 2015.Anderson Silva: As far as moral victories go, Silva seemed to take extra joy in his ability to go the distancce with Cormier on two days notice.dddddddddddd. At 41, the Spider was moving up in weight just two months removed from gall-bladder surgery. Silva showed incredible toughness and endeared himself even further to the adoring crowd by rallying to hurt Cormier with a kick to the body in the final minute of the fight. Considering the money he is still able to command, it doesnt appear Silva is going anywhere. A victory lap of fun fights against vulnerable or equally faded big names would seem most apropos. Silva, however, would prefer a rematch with 37-year-old Michael Bisping, who won a disputed decision over him in February before upsetting middleweight champion Luke Rockhold last month. While Silva is clearly a shadow of his once great self, that shadow can still excite a crowd and give most fighters a difficult challenge.Jose Aldo: A convincing win over Frankie Edgar in their interim featherweight title rematch quieted any fears that Conor McGregor had stolen Aldos aura of invincibility by taking his title in 13 seconds last December. Aldo, who previously went a full decade without losing, was back to being Aldo again on Saturday and spent the majority of his postfight interviews calling out McGregor, who was cageside. A title unification rematch will be a major event for the UFC later this year regardless of the outcome of McGregors big-money rematch at welterweight against Nate Diaz in August.Cain Velasquez: One year removed from losing his heavyweight title in the high elevation of Mexico City, the Velasquez of old made a triumphant return in a one-round dismantling of Travis Browne. Velasquez wants his belt back and his performance only helped fuel those who believe hes still the best heavyweight in the world. Velasquez said he expects to challenge the winner of new champion Stipe Miocics first title defense on Sept. 10 against Alistair Overeem.Julianna Pena: The Venezuelan Vixen took a considerable step forward with her convincing decision win over former title challenger Cat Zingano. Pena is 4-0 since making her UFC debut in 2013 and could become a dark-horse title challenger sooner than later should the unpredictability surrounding the title picture at womens bantamweight continue.TJ Dillashaw: The former bantamweight champion avenged a dubious split-decision loss to Raphael Assuncao from 2013 with a dominant win on Saturday. Dillashaw deserves a second chance at Dominick Cruz, who took his title by debated decision in January, and he deserves it now.Sage Northcutt: The 20-year-old lightweight prospect rebounded from his first defeat in January by outpointing Enrique Marin. But Super Sage was sloppy throughout and was forced to make a pair of dramatic escapes from submission attempts in Round 2. The once-great Northcutt hype train remains parked back in the station. More seasoning against opponents on the level of Marin is needed.Diego Sanchez: Hopefully retirement is next for the all-action Sanchez, who went out on his shield once again in a first-round TKO loss to Joe Lauzon. He may be the most intense fighter the UFC has ever seen and is amazingly just 34 despite leaping onto the scene in the first season of The Ultimate Fighter in 2005. Though Sanchez has provided fans with so many memorable wars, its time to say goodbye. 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