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Sports world pays tribute to Prince Philip

A two-minute silence kept at Aintree as the sports world paid tribute to Prince Philip; the Duke of Edinburgh who has died aged 99.

County cricketers also watched a two-minute silence, wearing black bracelets in the afternoon.

Flags lowered to mid-mast in many places, including Wembley and the county’s nine cricket spots.

There will be a minute’s silence before all Premier League matches this weekend when players are wearing black bracelets.

The Duke of Edinburgh died “peacefully” at Windsor Castle on Friday morning, Buckingham Palace said.

Prince Philip’s Sporting Memory

The Duke is an honorary member of the Jockey Club and former president of the Marylebone Cricket Club.

The big squad will held in Aintree on Saturday and a minute’s silence will maintained at the stadium.

The FA said it had offered its “deepest condolences” to the Queen and the Duke of Cambridge, president of the Football Association.

Prince Philip was FA president from 1955 to 1957 and accompanied the Queen to Wembley when England won the World Cup in 1966.

Wales’ women’s friendly will be played against Canada on Friday at 18:00 BT. A minute’s silence will be saved before kick-off, with players wearing black bracelets.

The Rugby Union paid tribute to the Duke, saying: “As a sport in the Challenger Cup this weekend we will rise up to pay tribute and reflect on the life of the Duke of Edinburgh, whose life is a model of dedication to public service.

Totten ham head coach Jose Chino has offered his condolences at a press conference after informed of the Duke’s death.

The Portuguese said, “I have great respect for the royal family.

“I’m sure it’s not just this country that shares these feelings, because I’m not British and I know a lot of people like me and we have a lot of respect for me,” he says.

Several football clubs have paid tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh, as has the Lawn Tennis Association.

The All England Lawn Tennis Club said, “We are proud to welcome the Duke to the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, six times, most recently during the Centennial Tournament in 1977. His royal high-ranking official also kindly accepted an invitation to present the person’s singles award to Lou Hader at Center Court in 1957 and Neil Fraser in 1960.

“The Duke’s commitment to a service life that lasted more than 60 years is an extraordinary legacy. We hope that at this tragic moment, Her Majesty will be relieved of the Duke’s deep respect and respect.

Britain’s Rovers will wear black ribbons at the current European Championships, while a minute’s silence will be kept on Friday night at the British International Swimming Championships in Sheffield.

British Olympic Association president Sir Hugh Robertson said he was “very saddened” by his death by the British Olympic family.

Sir Hugh said, “I would like to extend my sincere condolences to Her Majesty and the Royal Family and especially to our Royal Highness the Princess.

“At the moment, people’s thoughts across the country are with them.

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