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Europe lead all six matches

2010-10-02 20:17
Lee Westwood (AP)
Newport - Europe are leading all six matches at the Ryder Cup and have plenty of momentum heading into the final day.

The United States built a 6-4 lead through the first two sessions Saturday. But there's nothing but blue on the scoreboard at Celtic Manor from the matches that began late in the afternoon and will have to be completed Sunday morning.

Lee Westwood and Luke Donald are 4 up on Tiger Woods and Steve Stricker through nine holes in an alternate-shot match - that after Woods and Stricker won their first two matches to remain unbeaten as partners in team events.

Every other European team leads, but none of the other matches have passed the turn.

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