Australia cricket vs India 2020, third ODI, team changes, Pat Cummins, Brett Lee, injury, rested, latest news, result


Australian great Brett Lee has questioned the wisdom of rotating Pat Cummins out of the final one-day international and the upcoming Twenty20s against India.

Fox Cricket expert Lee was often frustrated through the final years of his international career by Australia’s rest and rotation policy with its fast bowlers and believes it risks doing more harm than good if the bowler is not carrying a genuine niggle.

“It probably wouldn’t have been his call, he probably would have wanted to play, the players generally want to play,” Lee told Foxsports.com.au. “I would have thought after a couple of games they shouldn’t be tired.

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State of Origin teams, game 3, 2020: NSW Blues, Queensland Maroons, Corey Allan, Edrick Lee, Brenko Lee, late mail, how to watch


Queensland and New South Wales have confirmed their teams for the State of Origin decider at Suncorp Stadium.

Queensland will trot out another four debutants on Wednesday night at Suncorp Stadium.

South Sydney youngster Corey Allan will play fullback, pushing Val Holmes to the wing.

Edrick Lee is also on debut and he will occupy the other wing, while his cousin Brenko Lee will debut at left centre.

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Cautious Singapore Court Threads Needle in Lee Family Spat


The 15-month suspension from practicing law by the late Lee Kuan Yew’s daughter-in-law late last week over the disposal of the late premier’s black-and-white colonial home is a distressing example of the family’s use of the legal system to settle scores in what ought to have been a private matter, critics say, and is deeply embarrassing for Singapore’s judiciary.

A lawyer, Lee Suet Fern in December of 2013 witnessed Kuan Yew’s apparent decision to revert to a 2011 will ordering the disposition of his properties and assets before he died on March 23, 2015 at age 91. At issue is the disposal of the five-bedroom colonial style mansion at 38 Oxley Road that Kuan Yew moved into in 1945, and whether Suet Fern influenced the decision. Lee, who ruled Singapore for three decades as prime minister, said publicly that he wanted the home torn down following his death to keep it from becoming a shrine to him as the founder of modern Singapore.

In all, Lee Kuan Yew signed six different wills, with varying instructions on bequeathals to the children. Each of the first four stipulated that the house be demolished. That clause was removed in the fifth and didn’t appear in the sixth, which bequeathed the home itself to Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. In an action witnessed later by Suet Fern, however, he indicated a desire to revert to a 2011 will that removed Lee Wei Ling’s right to stay in the home until her death.

What to do with the home has shredded relations between Lee Hsien Loong, 68, Kuan Yew’s eldest son, and his two siblings, Lee Hsien Yang, 63, a top Singapore corporate executive, and his sister, Lee Wei Ling, a 65-year-old neurosurgeon.

The dispute, which has played itself out on Facebook and other social media for more than three years, has shocked the Singaporean public with its virulence, percolating down into the third generation, with grandson Li Shengwu, an associate Harvard economics professor, accusing the prime minister of having “no shame about using state resources to settle grudges against relatives” and calling for him to resign immediately. Shengwu was fined S$15,000 in January for insulting the judiciary in the affair.

In July of 2017, Lee Hsien Loong was forced to take to the floor of parliament to deny allegations of abuse of power by his siblings and to complain that their accusations were damaging Singapore’s national reputation. Certainly, the case has considerably tarnished Singapore’s jealously-guarded if somewhat specious image of itself as having an independent court system. It is an image that is considerably at odds with reality, the Lee family and the government having used the courts to bring an unbroken successful series of libel and contempt of court suits against political opponents, critics, local bloggers and a long list of international publications. While before the Lees could maintain it was a bristling sense of propriety that sparked the legal actions, now there is widespread concern that the prime minister is inappropriately using the power of his office to involve a public agency in a family squabble.

The current case culminated in February when a two-person Law Society tribunal charged that Lee Suet Fern had deceived a presumably befuddled elder Lee into changing his will to order the disposal of the house. She and her husband say she had nothing to do with the writing of the will, that it was simply a reversion to the 2011 document.

Certainly, Lee Kuan Yew maintained his mental acuity almost up until his death, as noted in the judgment by two witnesses who testified that Lee “appeared frail and his speech was slurred, but his mind was certainly lucid – he asked us who drafted the will and specifically instructed us to date the will today. [The Testator] read through every line of the will and was comfortable to sign and initial every page, which he did in our presence.”

Thousands of pages of documents have been filed in Singapore courts over the issue. Lee Wei Ling, the third sibling, called the Law Society disciplinary tribunal’s action against Lee Suet Fern “a travesty,” and described herself as “appalled and disgusted” by reports that “seek to character assassinate my brother and his wife.”

In a 98-page judgment written on November 20 but issued last week, the three-member panel in its final judgment imposed a suspension that is far lighter than the lifetime disbarment sought by the two-member Singapore law society disciplinary tribunal, which could be construed as an indication that the court was attempting to find a middle path between an attempt to drive Suet Fern out of her profession and a belief that she had done nothing wrong.

The final judgment, for instance, also found that no solicitor-client relationship between Kuan Yew and Suet Fern. That significantly weakens the disciplinary tribunal’s case against Suet Fern. The judgment also pointed out that the elder Lee didn’t object to the wording of his final will in the year and some months remaining to him, also weakening the tribunal’s argument against her.

In effect, the decision to suspend her ability to practice law rested on the fact that “Upon being told that the Testator wished to revert to the First Will, the Respondent was well aware that she was in a position of potential conflict as her husband had been a significant beneficiary under that will.”

In effect, according to the three-judge panel, Suet Fern apparently should have recused herself rather than getting involved in the matter. As the law society panel alleged, Suet Fern “focused primarily on what her husband wanted done”, and “worked together with Mr Lee Hsien Yang, with a singular purpose, of getting [the Testator] to execute the Last Will quickly.”

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Lawyer Lee Suet Fern suspended for 15 months for misconduct over handling of last will of Lee Kuan Yew


SINGAPORE: Lawyer Lee Suet Fern has been suspended from practice for 15 months after she was found guilty of misconduct over the handling of the last will of Singapore’s founding prime minister Lee Kuan Yew.

Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon wrote in the judgment on Friday (Nov 20) that Mrs Lee was guilty of misconduct “unbefitting an advocate and solicitor”.

He also said her culpability was “at least moderately high”, while the harm caused by the misconduct was “at the lower end of the moderate range”.

The decision was made by the Court of Three Judges, comprising Chief Justice Menon, Judge of Appeal Judith Prakash and Justice Woo Bih Li. The Court is the highest disciplinary body dealing with lawyers’ misconduct.

During hearings in August, the Law Society sought to have Mrs Lee struck off the roll for professional misconduct.

Mrs Lee, the wife of Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s son Mr Lee Hsien Yang, has been a lawyer for more than 37 years and is listed online as a director at Morgan Lewis Stamford.

Mrs Lee’s lawyers, Senior Counsels Kenneth Tan and former Attorney-General Walter Woon, urged the Court to dismiss all the charges against her, arguing that Mr Lee Kuan Yew knew what he was doing.

The disciplinary tribunal had earlier found Mrs Lee guilty of two charges of grossly improper conduct as a lawyer.

“INCONSISTENT EXPLANATIONS”

Mr Lee Kuan Yew had written seven wills, the first six of which were prepared by his lawyer Ms Kwa Kim Li. 

However, Ms Kwa was not involved in the last will, with Mrs Lee purportedly handling it as Ms Kwa was away and Mr Lee Kuan Yew had asked for his first will to be used as his final will. The will was prepared and executed in December 2013.

The last will differed from the sixth will as it restored the equal shares of the estate among Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s three children – Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, Mr Lee Hsien Yang and Dr Lee Wei Ling. In the sixth will, Dr Lee Wei Ling was given an additional 1/7 share of the estate compared to her two brothers.

The last will also reintroduced a clause asking for the late Mr Lee’s house at 38 Oxley Road to be demolished.

READ: Law Society seeks to disbar Lee Suet Fern over Lee Kuan Yew’s will, defence asks for charges to be dismissed

A draft of this last will was emailed by Mrs Lee to Mr Lee Kuan Yew on Dec 16, 2013, copying Mr Lee Hsien Yang and Ms Kwa. Ms Kwa “for some unknown reason” appeared not to have received the email, according to the material facts. 

The Court found that there was no implied retainer between Mrs Lee and Mr Lee Kuan Yew, as Mrs Lee purportedly included Ms Kwa as Mr Lee’s regular solicitor among the email recipients. Mrs Lee also asked Ms Kwa to see to the engrossing of the draft last will. 

The Court also noted that Mrs Lee had given “two inconsistent explanations” of the circumstances that led her to send the email.

The first explanation was that Mr Lee Kuan Yew had instructed Mrs Lee to revert his will to the first.

This was inconsistent with a second explanation, which was adopted only during disciplinary proceedings, that he had instead communicated those instructions to Mr Lee Hsien Yang, who had then asked Mrs Lee to make the necessary arrangements to give effect to those instructions.

READ: Lee Kuan Yew knew what he wanted in will, Lee Suet Fern not acting as his lawyer: Defence in legal misconduct case

The Court found that the second explanation was the true position as there was “no plausible reason” why Mr Lee Kuan Yew would have “abruptly approached” Mrs Lee to seek her assistance in reverting to his first will, given that he “regarded Ms Kwa as his solicitor for matters pertaining to his estate generally”.

Furthermore, Mrs Lee would otherwise not need to copy Mr Lee Hsien Yang in the email and invoke him in carrying out Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s instruction. Neither would she need to copy Ms Kwa in the email to ask her to produce the draft last will attached to the email.

The Court also noted that there were no further messages between Mrs Lee and Mr Lee Kuan Yew after the email. Instead, they were between Mr Lee Hsien Yang and the elder Mr Lee.

“LACK OF DILIGENCE”

The judges also rejected Mrs Lee’s account that Mr Lee Hsien Yang had sent the draft last will to her and she merely forwarded it to Mr Lee Kuan Yew “without even opening it”.

The Court found that the draft came from Mrs Lee, who had been involved in drafting the first will, and not from Mr Lee Hsien Yang.

Mr Lee Hsien Yang was likewise “not telling the truth when he said that he was the one who had forwarded” the draft last will to Mrs Lee, said Chief Justice Menon.

The chief justice also commented on her “notable lack of diligence” in establishing whether she had in fact retrieved the final draft of the first will that was in her possession. Evidence showed that it was in fact not the final draft she had.

“Instead, she assumed this to be so, and represented it as such” to Mr Lee Kuan Yew, even though she was in no position to make such a representation “given that the executed version of the first will was never in her hands”, said the chief justice.

Mr Lee Hsien Yang later emailed Mr Lee Kuan Yew saying that he was unable to contact Ms Kwa and believed that she was away, and he did not think it was wise for the elder Mr Lee to wait until she was back before executing the will.

Mr Lee Hsien Yang added that all Mr Lee Kuan Yew needed was “a witness to sign” and Mrs Lee could “get one of her partners to come round with an engrossed copy of the (last will) to execute and witness”.

“SINGULAR FOCUS” ON LEE HSIEN YANG’S WISHES

Chief Justice Menon commented that since Ms Kwa was not copied in this email, Mrs Lee would have been aware that Mr Lee Kuan Yew was being asked to proceed with the execution of the will based on the representations she made in the email she had sent earlier.

He further noted that Mrs Lee “aligned herself with her husband’s position” that Mr Lee Kuan Yew simply had to sign the last will before two witnesses.

This was despite the fact that Mrs Lee “must have known or appreciated”, or at least be taken to have known or appreciated, that there were some things that Ms Kwa would have had to do as Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s solicitor.

In weighing Mrs Lee’s culpability, the Court considered several factors in favour of a heavier sentence, including her “singular focus in achieving what her husband wanted, oblivious to the interests of (Mr Lee Kuan Yew)”.

The Court also pointed to Mrs Lee’s “considerable involvement in ensuring the expeditious execution of the last will, which contrasted with her remarkable lack of diligence in ensuring that (Mr Lee Kuan Yew)’s wishes were properly ascertained and carried out, and that he was fully apprised of all the facts”.

She also did not attempt to contact Ms Kwa and did not highlight to her the emails which she had been excluded from. As a result, Ms Kwa had no reason to have been concerned about the circumstances surrounding the execution process.

Mrs Lee’s “significant experience” as a solicitor of more than 30 years “rendered her conduct wholly unacceptable and inexcusable”, said Chief Justice Menon.

These factors were weighed against the absence of an implied retainer between Mrs Lee and Mr Lee Kuan Yew, “which somewhat attenuated the degree of trust that (Mr Lee Kuan Yew) placed in (Mrs Lee)”. That said, this factor was “of limited weight” as the elder Mr Lee was “ultimately led by Mr Lee Hsien Yang, with (Mrs Lee)’s knowledge” to rely solely on her representations about the draft last will, which turned out to be untrue.

The Court also ruled that Mrs Lee “did not act dishonestly in her dealings” with Mr Lee Kuan Yew, although this factor was likewise of “reduced weight” as she acted with “a degree of dishonesty” in the disciplinary proceedings by seeking to downplay her participation in the preparation and execution of the last will.

LEE SUET FERN RESPONDS TO COURT DECISION

In a statement released through Mr Lee Hsien Yang’s Facebook account, Mrs Lee said: “I disagree with this decision. There was no basis for this case to have even been initiated.”

She added that Mr Lee Kuan Yew “knew what he wanted” and “got what he wanted”.

“The Court of Three did not find that he was of unsound mind or that he was not in control. He made the decision to revert to his landmark 2011 will following discussions with his lawyer Kwa Kim Li before I was tasked to find a witness.

“Anyone can revoke their own will while they are alive. If this will was not what Lee Kuan Yew wanted, he could easily have made another, as he had done several times before,” said Mrs Lee.

She added that neither Mr Lee Kuan Yew nor his beneficiaries or Ms Kwa had ever lodged any complaint. 

“This case arose from a complaint years later by the Attorney-General’s Chambers. Lee Hsien Loong made extensive submissions, but did not present himself as a witness and was not subject to cross-examination,” she said.

She added: “The Court of Three found ‘no solicitor-client relationship existed’ between Lee Kuan Yew and myself. The Court found there was no dishonesty in my dealings with Lee Kuan Yew and there was no finding that the will was procured by fraud or undue influence.

“Probate for Lee Kuan Yew’s will had been granted by the courts in 2015.  Probate had been sought on the urging of Lee Hsien Loong and Lucien Wong, before he became attorney-general.”



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NRL news: Wests Tigers, Josh Aloiai, Lee Hagipantelis, Josh Addo-Carr


Wests Tigers prop Josh Aloiai demanded an immediate release from his contract with a text message to the club’s CEO on Tuesday.

The bombshell call caught the club off guard with Aloiai having one-year remaining on his current contract with the club.

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Aloiai on a reported $350,000 salary wants out in the hopes of joining Manly, but despite his brutal demands, Wests Tigers chairman Lee Hagipantelis has refused to budge and bit back at the star.

After stating he would “never wear the jersey again”, Hagipantelis is adamant the club will refuse to allow him out of the final year of his contract.

“My initial thoughts are that I’m not impressed,” Hagipantelis said on SEN’s Jimmy Smith Show.

“There’s a contract between the Wests Tigers and the player in question and as far as we’re concerned, the contract will be fulfilled.

“I’m thinking Josh Aloiai will fulfil his contractual obligations, and unless we agree otherwise that’s very unlikely.”

Asked if he felt the Tigers were used “a doormat” by managers aiming to leverage higher salaries at other clubs, Hagipantelis said: “There is that perception, if there is, then those days are over.

“Those who think they can use the Wests Tigers as a stepping stone to advance their own careers should think again. We are not there for that purpose.

“Those who engage with us, especially those bound by contract are there to fulfil their obligations and we won’t expect anything less.”

media_cameraNot so fast, Aloiai.

Hagipantelis took things a step further when he said if Aloiai didn’t want to put the jersey back on, they’d find things for him to do in the final year.

“He is either a Wests Tiger or he is mowing the lawns at Leichhardt or Campbelltown or painting the change rooms at Concord — as long as he fulfils his contract,” Hagipantelis told Fox Sports.

Shortly after the report was published, Aloiai delivered a shot back at the comments with a since deleted post on his personal Instagram page which showed him pushing a lawn mower with the caption “I’ll make sure it’s a super fast track boys”.

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The news of Aloiai wanting out comes just days after Josh Addo-Carr backflipped on a blockbuster switch to leave the Melbourne Storm and join the Tigers.

“His manager Mario Tartak sat before [Tigers CEO] Justin Pascoe and myself and told us that in no uncertain terms that Josh was committed to fulfilling the heads of agreement he signed,” Hagipantelis said.

“He signed that heads of agreement knowing full well that Michael Maguire was the coach, and the only reason he wasn’t coming to the Wests Tigers was because Melbourne Storm wouldn’t release him.

“The narrative that Josh Addo-Carr didn’t come to the Wests Tigers because of Michael Maguire flies in the face of all objective fact.”

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Lee responds to Feinstein on armed Trump supporters: ‘Only violence that I’m aware of’ was from Antifa


Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, pointed out violence by Antifa when Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., implied that President Trump’s tweets incite violence and seemed to advocate for more censorship of the president on social media during a hearing with big tech CEOs.

“On Nov. 7, President Trump tweeted this: ‘I won this election by a lot,'” Feinstein said at Tuesday’s Senate hearing. “The warning label that Twitter has applied to the tweet ‘Official sources may not have called the race when this was tweeted’ … Does that label do enough to prevent the tweet’s harms?”

BIDEN DENOUNCES ‘ALL ACTS OF VIOLENCE’ AFTER ATTACKS ON TRUMP SUPPORTERS AT MAGA RALLY; PELOSI SILENT

Feinstein brought up Philadelphia police taking two armed men into custody near the Pennsylvania Convention Center, where ballots were still being counted, on Nov. 5. Philadelphia police said the men, who were armed with guns, had allegedly driven into the city in a Hummer with Virginia license plates.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey testifies remotely during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Facebook and Twitter’s actions around the closely contested election on Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2020, in Washington. (Bill Clark/Pool via AP)

“I’m really struck by it, that people armed with assault weapons as a product of a tweet could rally outside an election office,” Feinstein said. “It’s really a serious issue that needs to be considered, and there need to be once you signal that … it has to be in some way abated or some way pointed out or restructured on the Internet itself.”

Lee responded to her comments when it was his time to speak.

“I’d like to note that as far as the president’s election and how they turned out inciting violence, I’d like to point out that the only violence I’m aware of has occurred in connection with Antifa, Antifa’s response to pro-Trump peaceful rally attenders,” Lee said.

TRUMP BLASTS ‘ANTIFA SCUM,’ MEDIA AFTER VIOLENCE MARS MAGA MARCHES IN DC

Conservatives have called for more media attention on the attacks on President Trump’s supporters at the so-called Million MAGA March in Washington, D.C., on Saturday.

Several thousand Trump supporters took part in the march, which attracted numerous counter-protesters. After night fell, the relatively peaceful demonstrations in Washington turned from tense to violent.

Multiple confrontations appeared later in the day as small groups of Trump supporters attempted to enter the area around Black Lives Matter Plaza, about a block from the White House, where several hundred anti-Trump demonstrators had gathered.

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In a pattern that kept repeating itself, Trump supporters who approached the area were harassed, doused with water and saw their MAGA hats and pro-Trump flags snatched and burned, amid cheers.

The Daily Caller’s Matt Miller posted video of a “melee” involving the far-right Proud Boys and Antifa on Saturday.

Fox News’ Aishah Hasnie, Grady Trimble, Stephanie Pagones and Michael Ruiz and the Associated Press contributed to this report.



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NRL Wests Tigers 2020, Josh Aloiai vs Lee Hagipantelis, NRL transfers, Manly


Wests Tigers chairman Lee Hagipantelis has returned serve at prop Josh Aloiai – telling the front-rower “he can mow the lawns at Leichhardt and Campbelltown as far as we’re concerned”.

Aloiai sensationally demanded an immediate release from Concord on Tuesday by sending a text message to CEO Justin Pascoe claiming “I’ll never wear the jersey again”.

But the Tigers have been used as an NRL doormat too many times and the chairman has hit back by refusing to allow Aloiai out of the final year of his contract.

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Wests Tigers, Josh Aloiai, Lee Hagipantelis, Josh Addo-Carr


Wests Tigers prop Josh Aloiai demanded an immediate release from his contract with a text message to the club’s CEO on Tuesday.

The bombshell call caught the club off guard with Aloiai having one-year remaining on his current contract with the club.

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Aloiai on a reported $350,000 salary wants out in the hopes of joining Manly, but despite his brutal demands, Wests Tigers chairman Lee Hagipantelis has refused to budge and bit back at the star.

After stating he would “never wear the jersey again”, Hagipantelis is adamant the club will refuse to allow him out of the final year of his contract.

“My initial thoughts are that I’m not impressed,” Hagipantelis said on SEN’s Jimmy Smith Show.

“There’s a contract between the Wests Tigers and the player in question and as far as we’re concerned, the contract will be fulfilled.

“I’m thinking Josh Aloiai will fulfil his contractual obligations, and unless we agree otherwise that’s very unlikely.”

Asked if he felt the Tigers were used “a doormat” by managers aiming to leverage higher salaries at other clubs, Hagipantelis said: “There is that perception, if there is, then those days are over.

“Those who think they can use the Wests Tigers as a stepping stone to advance their own careers should think again. We are not there for that purpose.

“Those who engage with us, especially those bound by contract are there to fulfil their obligations and we won’t expect anything less.”

Hagipantelis took things a step further when he said if Aloiai didn’t want to put the jersey back on, they’d find things for him to do in the final year.

“He is either a Wests Tiger or he is mowing the lawns at Leichhardt or Campbelltown or painting the change rooms at Concord — as long as he fulfils his contract,” Hagipantelis told Fox Sports.

Shortly after the report was published, Aloiai delivered a shot back at the comments with a since deleted post on his personal Instagram page which showed him pushing a lawn mower with the caption “I’ll make sure it’s a super fast track boys”.

The news of Aloiai wanting out comes just days after Josh Addo-Carr backflipped on a blockbuster switch to leave the Melbourne Storm and join the Tigers.

“His manager Mario Tartak sat before [Tigers CEO] Justin Pascoe and myself and told us that in no uncertain terms that Josh was committed to fulfilling the heads of agreement he signed,” Hagipantelis said.

“He signed that heads of agreement knowing full well that Michael Maguire was the coach, and the only reason he wasn’t coming to the Wests Tigers was because Melbourne Storm wouldn’t release him.

“The narrative that Josh Addo-Carr didn’t come to the Wests Tigers because of Michael Maguire flies in the face of all objective fact.”



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NRL 2020: Wests Tigers, Josh Aloiai to Manly Warringah Sea Eagles, release request, Michael Maguire, Lee Hagipantelis


Wests Tigers prop Josh Aloiai has demanded an immediate release from the club to join Manly and told officials he will “never wear the jersey again”.

According to The Sydney Morning Herald, Aloiai’s manager, Tyran Smith, approached the club in recent weeks asking for an extension.

Aloiai has also been one of Michael Maguire’s strongest supporters in a season where there has been growing speculation of a dressing room rift.

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Lee Westwood girlfriend Helen Storey wins wet vest competition, Instagram


Helen Storey may not be teeing off at the 2020 Masters, but she’s the self-proclaimed winner of another Augusta competition.

On Thursday, the girlfriend of British golfer Lee Westwood joked about her sweaty status while playing caddie for the day at Augusta National in Georgia.

“I’d win the wet vest competition! 1000% humidity out there,” Storey posted to Instagram.

Westwood, who currently ranks 47th in the world, has two PGA Tour wins under his belt, in addition to 25 European Tour victories.

In the lead-up to Friday’s start to the tournament, Westwood shared a scenic photo of himself and Storey at Augusta.

“This backdrop never gets old! #TheMasters,” he captioned the post.

Storey has been linked to 47-year-old Westwood since 2015, according to The Sun. The couple is said to have been introduced by Westwood pal Graham Wylie, who is the husband of Storey’s sister.

– New York Post



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