PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FL - MAY 09: Luke Donald of England and his caddie John McLaren talk on the first fairway during round one of THE PLAYERS Championship at THE PLAYERS Stadium course at TPC Sawgrass on May 9, 2013 in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.
It was a very gratifying win because our kids are not used to this ... Both teams played well, both teams could have won but we were fortunate to get the big inning at the end there.
We knew it was going to be a difficult game because Cuba is so good ... They are so powerful and we had limited pitching today. I see a lot of major league talent on that Cuban team.More quotes »
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Britain seeking breakthrough at Masters
of England, tees off on the 14th hole during a... Luke Donald, of England, walks to the driving range with his caddie John McLaren during a practice round for the Masters golf tournament Tuesday, April 9, 2013, in Augusta, Ga. Photo: Matt Slocum Luke Donald, from Beaumont Enterprise Read more »
Table sale to fund new tables for community café
from Next Steps, Norton, prepare for the fundraiser, from the left, Mike Dixon, Steph Agar, John McLaren and Lisa Keenan A TABLE-top sale is being held to raise funds for a Norton-based charity. Next Steps in Church Street runs its own community café and is from Gazette Herald Read more »
Underdog China eager for a test against Cuba
for a way to stun the baseball world and beat Cuba should seem like a monumental task for China manager John McLaren and his team. But compared to their true ambition, Monday's game is just the first step to something far more substantial. More » The following from MLB.com Read more »
Japan beats China 5-2 to improve to 2-0 at WBC
it put pressure on Japan for the first time. "Baseball is new in China and this was just another step," China manager John McLaren said. "I thought the guys played really hard. We didn't hit much until the end of the game so we're just trying to get better from Mail.com Read more »
John McLaren: For Scotland’s future, money matters
over the introduction of the euro, would be a mistake. An open discussion of the options in the months ahead would be more honest, more informative and more fruitful. • John McLaren is an economist with the Centre for Public Policy for Regions (CPPR) from The Scotsman Read more »