September 24, 2020

Lady Pirates Fall Short Against Lady Owls

first_imgThe Greensburg Lady Pirates hosted a talented squad from Seymour Tuesday evening and held the Lady Owls scoreless for the first 18 minutes. During that time the defense forced 4 offside traps and put pressure on many runs and shots. The Lady Owls scored at the 22, 13, 7 and 6 minute marks for a 4-0 halftime lead. The visitors added 5 goals in the second half for a 9-0 victory.The Lady Pirates were able to generate some offense and were unable to convert a penalty kick in the second half. Shots on goal were provided by Abby Easley, Sierra Huffman, Emily Rosales and Sara Brown. Emily Lowe and Keirsten Lynette shared keeper duties and each saved 12 shots. Seymour outshot the Lady Pirates 38-4 on the evening.The #17 and EIAC opponent East Central.Courtesy of Pirates Coach Mike Myers.last_img read more

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Tiger doubles awards for IMCA drivers in 2017

first_imgMOUNT ULLA, N.C. – Tiger Rear Ends doubles the dollar amount of awards to be given to IMCA drivers this season, with $5,000 in product certificates designated for Modified and Late Model competitors.Top five finishers in national standings for both divisions, and in point standings for the Deery Brothers Summer Series for Late Models and the Arnold Motor Supply Hawkeye Dirt Tour for Modifieds all receive $250 certificates from the Mount Ulla, N.C., aftermarket rear end manufacturer.Tiger had given national Late Model and Deery awards in its first three years as an IMCA sponsor.Certificates will be presented during the national IMCA awards banquet in November or mailed beginning the following week from the home office, and can be redeemed directly through Tiger.The next events for both series are June 6 at Marshalltown Speedway.The national Late Model point season concludes with the final Deery event in September. The point season for the Modifieds ends on Sept. 24.“The Arnold Motor Supply Hawkeye Dirt Tour is becoming a high profile series of events and Tiger is capitalizing on that exposure by adding awards for those drivers,” noted IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “It is a great next step in their support of IMCA racers.”More information about Tiger-manufactured rear ends is available at the website or by calling 704 603-4431.last_img read more

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State park properties to temporarily close for deer hunts

first_imgStatewide—Select Indiana State Park properties will close temporarily for controlled deer management hunts in the coming weeks. Each hunt runs two days. The first hunt is on Monday, Nov. 18, and Tuesday, Nov. 19. The second is on Monday, Dec. 2, and Tuesday, Dec. 3. The participating state park properties will close to the general public on the evening before each of the two hunts.Participating state park properties are: Chain O’Lakes, Charlestown, Clifty Falls, Fort Harrison, Harmonie, Indiana Dunes, McCormick’s Creek, Ouabache, Pokagon, Prophetstown, Shakamak, Spring Mill, Summit Lake, Tippecanoe River, and Whitewater Memorial state parks, as well as Cave River Valley Natural Area and Trine State Recreation Area.These state park properties will re-open the morning after each two-day hunt. All Indiana state park properties not mentioned will be operating under normal hours.Indiana DNR biologists evaluate which state park properties require a deer management hunt each year based on habitat recovery and previous harvest rates at each park. The state parks are home to numerous natural communities that serve as significant habitat. The deer management hunts help control browsing by deer to a level that helps ensure a healthy habitat for native plants and animals.Only individuals selected from the draw may participate at any site..last_img read more

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The Latest: How to get your Masters fix on TV next week

first_imgThe Latest: How to get your Masters fix on TV next week Associated Press The PGA of America says it based its decision on Michigan’s stay-at-home order that was enacted March 23.The Senior PGA in Benton Harbor, Michigan, was to be played May 21-24. It will be held next year at Southern Hills in Tulsa, Oklahoma. It will return to Benton Harbor the following year.___World Athletics says it won’t clear any Russian athletes to compete internationally amid the shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic.The governing body of track requires Russians to apply for “authorized neutral athlete” status each year to compete outside their home country. Russia has been suspended from World Athletics since 2015 for widespread doping. The motorcycling series has yet to start its season.The season-opener in Qatar was canceled, the Thailand, Americas and Argentina races were postponed to October-November, and the Spanish MotoGP has yet to find new dates.The next race at risk is the Italian MotoGP on May 31.___World Sailing has canceled the World Cup Series Final in Enoshima, Japan, in June because of the coronavirus outbreak. Previously the Turkish federation said one of its boxers and one of its coaches had tested positive after the tournament, which was cut short due to the virus outbreak. The International Olympic Committee said at the time it was “not possible to know the source of infection.”___The CEO of World TeamTennis says the league has sent $1,000 each to about 60 players and coaches as a “gift” to help them deal with the financial hardships presented by the coronavirus pandemic.Carlos Silva said in a telephone interview Thursday that the payments were not an advance of salary for the nine-team league, which was founded by Billie Jean King in the 1970s.Explained Silva: “It wasn’t so much about the money, but a way to say, ‘Thank you,’ and just so they could use it for some rent or some groceries or anything they might need.” Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the new coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Get ready for a full week of the Masters on television. The payroll cut will save more than $3 million. There also will be a temporary suspension of bonuses for coaches totaling another $1 million.Previously announced increases in Cyclone Club annual giving levels have been delayed, prices for season and individual game ticket prices have been frozen for all sports and the deadline for booster club donations and football season ticket renewals has been extended to May 29.___The Belgian soccer league has become the first major European competition to recommend ending its season with the current standings declared final because of the coronavirus outbreak.The league says Club Brugge would be awarded the title if the advice is confirmed at a general assembly meeting on April 15. Brugge would also qualify for next season’s Champions League. Brescia is the third-worst hit province in Italy with more than 8,500 coronavirus cases and more than 1,300 deaths.In an interview with Gazzetta dello Sport, Cellino says “this season doesn’t make sense anymore.”He says “returning to activity is pure craziness. If they force us to I am ready to not put out the team and lose the matches 3-0 by default out of respect for the citizens of Brescia and their loved ones who aren’t here anymore.”Brescia is in last place in the league standings. The president of Lazio recently accused Cellino of trying to avoid relegation.Cellino says “I don’t care at all about relegation. So far we have deserved it and I have my blame in that, too.” But the All England Club announced Wednesday that its Grand Slam tournament would not be played this year.___The New England Patriots’ private team plane is returning to Boston from China carrying more than 1 million masks critical to health care providers fighting to control the spread of the new coronavirus.The Wall Street Journal reports that Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker secured the N95 masks but had no way of getting them to the U.S.Team owner Robert Kraft stepped in and offered to help. The plane, a Boeing 767 painted in the team’s colors and logo, is usually used to carry the team to and from NFL games. It is expected back in Boston on Thursday. The R&A released a short statement in response to media speculation about the staging of the event in July. Chief executive Martin Slumbers says the “process is taking some time to resolve” because of a range of external factors.Slumbers says “we are well aware of the importance of being able to give clear guidance to fans, players and everyone involved and are working to resolve this as soon as we can.”The 149th edition of the Open Championship is scheduled to take place July 16-19. The last time the Open wasn’t played was in 1945 because of World War II.___The French Grand Prix scheduled for May 17 in Le Mans has been postponed, becoming the sixth MotoGP race to be called off because of the coronavirus outbreak. World Athletics spokeswoman Nicole Jeffery says in e-mailed comments that “the ANA system only applies to international competition, so until there is competition there is no need for any athlete to apply.”She adds that “for the next two months, at least, there is no competition, so the system does not need to be active until we know when the competition schedule can resume.”World Athletics hasn’t decided how far in advance to open applications once competitions resume. High jump world champion Mariya Lasitskene and pole vault world champion Anzhelika Sidorova are among those who need their status renewed from last year.___British Open organizers say postponement is an option for this year’s tournament at Royal St. George’s because of the coronavirus outbreak. With this year’s tournament postponed because of the new coronavirus, ESPN and CBS Sports will broadcast the final rounds of some of the more significant Masters.ESPN starts it off at 3 p.m. Eastern on Wednesday with the final round from 1986. That’s arguably the most popular Masters of all, when Jack Nicklaus shot 30 on the back nine to win his sixth green jacket at age 46. ESPN will show the the 2012 Masters, when Bubba Watson won his first green jacket, at 2 p.m. Thursday. That’s followed by Tiger Woods’ record 12-shot victory in 1997 at 7:30 p.m. On Friday, ESPN features 2013, when Adam Scott won, at noon and 2005, with Woods and his memorable chip-in on the 16th, at 6 p.m.CBS takes over on the weekend, starting with a one-hour production of 1975, when Nicklaus won over Tom Weiskopf and Johnny Miller. That begins at 1:30 p.m. Saturday and is immediately followed by 2004, which was Phil Mickelson’s duel with Ernie Els.On Sunday starting at 12:30 p.m., CBS will show the entire round from last year, when Woods completed his comeback from back surgeries to win his fifth green and @TheMasters social media will complement the broadcasts with content never before seen from famous final rounds. The regatta was to give valuable competition for the Olympic classes just over a month before the start of the Tokyo Games.The Olympics have been postponed to 2021.World Sailing and Japanese officials were in talks to return to Enoshima in 2021 before the rescheduled Olympics.___Brescia president Massimo Cellino says he will forfeit his team’s remaining Serie A matches if the Italian soccer league resumes. ___Potential hosts of soccer’s 2027 Asian Cup have been given more time to enter the contest by the Asian Football Confederation.The AFC says the March deadline to show interest was extended by three months to June because many of its member federations have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.The Saudi Arabian soccer body said in February it wanted to host the 24-team tournament.China will host the 2023 edition. A return to western Asia is possible after the United Arab Emirates staged the 2019 tournament. Birmingham won the right to stage the 2021 competition, beating out Lima, Peru, and Ufa, Russia, to become the first U.S. host since Santa Clara, California, for the inaugural World Games.Birmingham had expected some 3,600 athletes from more than 100 nations to participate.___Iowa State coaches and other athletic department staff members are getting pay cuts for one year to help offset lost revenue from the coronavirus pandemic.Athletic director Jaime Pollard wrote on the Cyclones’ website that his department faces a $5 million shortfall this year because of the cancellation of the NCAA and Big 12 men’s basketball tournaments. Brugge is currently 15 points ahead of second-place Gent with one game to go before the season-ending playoffs.The league management board has agreed it is unclear when team training could resume and says it is “very unlikely” any games with fans attending could be played before June 30.The league says even games in empty stadiums would put stress on public health and security services dealing with the pandemic. It agreed the risk of infecting players would also damage the competition’s integrity.___The Senior PGA Championship in Michigan has been canceled. ___The World Games that were more than a year away have been delayed to 2022 because of the coronavirus outbreak.The Olympic-style event for sports that are not on the Summer Games program had been scheduled for July 15-25, 2021, in Birmingham, Alabama. But those dates now overlap with the Tokyo Olympics, which were delayed for a full year while the world deals with the pandemic.The International World Games Association and Birmingham Organizing Committee announced Thursday that the 11th edition of the World Games will now be held on July 7-17, 2022.The World Games began in 1981 and are held every four years to showcase disciplines that are not on the Olympic program, such as sumo, floorball, billiards, lifesaving, orienteering, dance sport and tug of war. April 2, 2020 All professional tennis events have been postponed or canceled until early July because of the COVID-19 outbreak.There will be some tennis to watch on TV this weekend, though: A WTT all-star event featuring 2017 U.S. Open runner-up Madison Keys and other players will air Saturday on CBS. It was filmed March 1.Silva said WTT is still planning to launch its three-week season on July 12, but will continue to monitor the situation and offer periodic updates.Matches are slated to be held that day in Washington, Orlando, San Diego and Springfield, Missouri.That date also was supposed to be when the men’s final was played at Wimbledon. ___The Russian Sports Ministry says a major training base near Moscow has shut down after a coach and an athlete tested “provisionally positive” for the new coronavirus.The ministry says the athlete was hospitalized and the coach self-isolated at home. All training is shut down at the sprawling Novogorsk base, a key focus of Russian Olympic preparations across multiple sports, and it has been disinfected. Athletes have either been isolated or sent home to self-isolate.The ministry didn’t name the coach or athlete. However, the coach was identified as artistic gymnastics head coach Andrei Rodionenko in comments to state news agency Tass by Russian Rhythmic Gymnastics Federation president Irina Viner-Usmanova.Separately, a Russian boxing coach who was at last month’s Olympic qualifying tournament in London said he tested positive. The Russian Boxing Federation said Anton Kadushin had been at home since returning from the competition. The AFC is planning for a 2027 tournament but a FIFA task force drafting a future calendar of matches and tournaments will likely be asked to align continental championships. The European Championship and South America’s Copa America are on track to kick off in June 2028.___More AP sports: and,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6last_img read more

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BCB/RHTYSC/Naeem Nasir Memorial Cricket Tournament.

first_imgJ.C Chandisingh Secondary School beat CCHS to lift titleTHE Area ‘H’ Ground was filled to capacity on Wednesday last with school children as the Berbice Cricket Board/ Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club hosted the 6th edition of the Bakewell sponsored Naeem Nasir Memorial Cricket Tournament.Six schools participated in the tournament- Berbice High School, Berbice Educational Institute, Lower Corentyne Secondary, Corentyne Comprehensive Secondary, J.C Chandisingh Secondary (JCCSS) and Port Mourant Secondary. The tournament was sponsored by Bakewell in memory of its founder and late Chief Executive Officer, Naeem Nasir.RHTYSC vice- president Mark Papannah hands over the trophy and prize to JCCSS captain, Jonathan Rampersaud.In the opening round of Matches- Port Mourant Secondary defeated Berbice Educational Institute by nine runs, J.C Chandisingh Secondary cruised past Berbice High School by 19 runs while Corentyne Comprehensive defeated Lower Corentyne by 18 runs.Among the outstanding performers in the first round were Guyana junior players, Tameshwar Mohabir, Jonathan Rampersaud, Mahendra Gopilall and Abdool Ramsammy.In the lone semi-finals, Port Mourant were bundled out by JCCSS for a disappointing 26 with the impressive Lucas Arthur taking four wickets for two runs, Christopher Deroop 2 for 5 and Pavendra Ganesh 2 for 2.Jonathan Rampersaud then blasted a quick 20 not out to lead his team to the finals. Corentyne Comprehensive who drew a bye into the finals, won the toss and invited JCCSS to take first strike.They lost Jonathan Rampersaud and Lucas Arthur early to Darren Brijjader but national junior cricketer Jeremy Sandia battled well to guide them to 70 for 7 from their allotted ten overs.Sandia ended on 20 not out and received support from Surendra Ramcharitar 12. Kumar Deopersaud took 3 for 7 and Darren Brijadder2 for 16. In reply, needing to score 71 from 60 balls, Corentyne Comprehensive was well set to surpassethe target before Mahendra Gopilall ran himself out for 27. Needing to score nine runs in the final over, CCHS were only allowed to score three runs by leg- spinner Surendra Ramcharitar, to the delight of the large group of JCCSS supporters.Hemendra Gurdyal supported Gopilall with seventeen runs but JCCSS bowled tightly to restrict the scoring rate. Ramcharitar ended with 2 for 4 while Lucas Arthur took 2 for 5 from two overs.At the presentation ceremony, BCB president and RHTYSC Secretary/CEO Hilbert Foster hailed the two finalists for entertaining the large crowd with a high-quality match, that was a fitting tribute to the late Bakewell founder.The tournament for the first five years was played with second division teams but the organisers this year, decided to use schools as part of an effort to develop talent for the future.Foster as he always does at youth finals, urged the two teams to always say no to drugs, crime, alcohol, suicide, and tobacco. The veteran cricket administrator spoke widely on the importance of education and the need to work hard to achieve success.He reminded the audience that the late Bakewell founder Naseem Nasir was a strong believer in the power of sports to keep youths away from the fast lane.Bakewell since its opening has supported youth and sports development and is known for its sponsorship of cricket, football and long tennis.JCCSS received the winning trophy and a 32-inch Television set while CCHS carried home the runner up trophy and a music/PA set. Third place PMSS collected a five-gallon water pitcher while Surendra Ramcharitar copped the Man of the Finals award.last_img read more

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Greaves thinks 85 per cent of cyclists will drop form due to COVID-19 lockdown

first_img–former National rider says athletes should be tested in the future to ensure safetyBy Clifton Ross ALONZO Greaves, one of Guyana’s most experienced cyclists believes that about 85 percent of his teammates will fall back on their form due to lack of real-time training, adding that he hopes measures are in place to properly provide COVID-19 testing for athletes in the future.In an exclusive interview with Chronicle Sport on Monday, Greaves, a decorated local and international cyclist for a number of years, said he was worried about his fraternity. He said that as a professional rider, your main source of practice comes from road-racing, something he said is the closest thing to actually being involved in a competitive race.Greaves pointed out that real-time training is a key part of a cyclists training regime, as it helps to buff the conditioning of a rider while helping to increase stamina.“I think some guys are going to lose fitness because you prepare to train for upcoming year and the guys were training before the New Year started. They will fall back a lot; I think about 85 per cent of them. Some of the guys will be at home, while others will be with home trainers and they will get fed up eventually because most guys will want to do road racing to better their performances”, Greaves explained.While actual training is key, Greaves said that cyclists in Guyana are at a disadvantage compared to riders internationally who have been staying fit by virtue of virtual training and, as such, that too adds to the shortcomings which will hamper local cyclists.“Since COVID-19, not just in Guyana but worldwide, professional cyclists have been doing online training in order to stay fit during lockdown. We don’t have that technology here in Guyana to help keep us fit down here, so I think that too will throw the rider back a bit,” said Greaves.The veteran cyclist, who is currently recovering from a leg injury, added that one way around the limited training schedule is for riders to have their own home-trainer. Greaves said the piece of equipment is all a cyclist needs to keep his or herself in peak condition while experiencing the same results as real-time racing.“If I were racing right now, I would have been training at home on my trainer. Not everyone has a home-trainer so as a cyclist you have to invest in one, so when COVID-19 is finished you will have the fitness to compete and you will also have the advantage over the other guys who were probably not working,” said the veteran biker.Wearing his businessman’s cap, Greaves said he thinks it will be difficult for the newer generation of cyclists to attract major sponsorship, something he said is very crucial when in the early stages of building one’s career.“I think now business is really slow and the private sector will feel it because they are the ones that usually invest in our sport. When I riding, I used to approach sponsors with my letters, but now it’s harder for the youngsters to get sponsorship because you have to start spacing and doing well to get your name out. When your name isn’t out there, you can’t just go to businesses for sponsorship; you will need to win races because businesses will be expecting returns; so it will be tough for the youths coming up”.Concluding his interview, the 2014 Commonwealth and world participant said he was looking ahead to what will happen post covid-19 with regards to how things will flow. He was also advocating for those in authority to put measures in place to help provide testing for local athletes, given the possibility of a potential second wave of the virus.“I think after all of this, when people start moving around freely again, people will come out and support sports, entertainment or other activities. I also think that they will continue to practice the same safety guidelines now but I don’t believe gathering can happen right away.He continued, “To protect our athletes, I think the persons involved in the COVID-19 committee should set up something to test athletes. They should visit the respective sports committees and associations in order to plan a way forward when it comes to testing and monitoring local athletes in the future”. Greaves ended.last_img read more

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Louis Cross develops as leader for Syracuse’s young defense

first_imgAs Syracuse’s offense advanced down the field, defender Miles Robinson drifted toward the midfield to pick up an opposing forward. Louis Cross found himself filing in behind Robinson near the sideline.“Go take your spot, Louis,” head coach Ian McIntyre yelled, before the junior defender obliged.Cross’ spot this year is at the center back position, and for the first time, he’s the full-time anchor of SU’s defense.  His place on the team has changed, too. He’s an upperclassman and has been forced to be a leader and mentor to the two freshmen defenders — Robinson and Kamal Miller — starting on either side of him on the backline.“He’s the engine in our team,” Miller, the left back, said. “When we don’t have Louis, it’s definitely a big hole in our team. He’s a rock. He keeps us together.”Cross spent his freshman year at Akron, where he started 13 games for the Zips, then transferred to Syracuse and played in just eight games (five starts) last year. He often watched from the sideline as SU’s back line of Skylar Thomas, Jordan Murrell and Tyler Hilliard helped to shut out 12 opponents.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWhen he did see the field, he had veteran players on defense with him.But the departure of the trio left Cross to command the defense with limited experience.“It was just kind of something he had to fit into right away just because we lost so many guys last year and we have so many new guys,” midfielder Liam Callahan said.Cross has guided Miller through his training since the freshman arrived at SU. Miller “likes to have a bit of a moan” when the experienced defender offers advice, Cross said.When a ball has landed dangerously inside the box, Cross is usually the one to clear it away. On set pieces, he yells and points to Miller and Robinson, directing them where to go in the one aspect of the game where the young defense seems most vulnerable.He isn’t prone to make the mistakes under pressure that freshmen are, McIntyre said.“Louis’ played an important role,” McIntyre said. “He’s never really flustered. He’s  pretty laid back.”“Sometimes I think he’s asleep,” McIntyre said with a laugh.Cross’ teammates joke that he’s is the most quiet English person they’ve ever met, but he’s trying to become more of a vocal presence on the field.In a Sept. 4 win over UC Riverside, Cross intercepted a pass and kicked it forward to two SU midfielders,  but neither came to the ball and it was turned over. Cross waved his hands at his side and yelled, “Come on.”When forwards slip behind Miller and Robinson, Cross yells to get them back in position.“(Robinson and Miller) have been college players for two weeks, so it helps to have someone back there with experience,” McIntyre said.Though Cross’ new role on the team may be somewhat unfamiliar to him, it’s one that the Orange needs him to fill. He’s overcoming his quiet nature to assert himself.“He’s starting to become a leader on this team,” Callahan said. “He’s starting to mold himself into a person who opens his mouth and helps everything keep organized.” Comments Published on September 8, 2015 at 10:37 pm Contact Jon: | @jmettus Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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Tottenham, Arsenal Splash Cash on Busy Deadline Day Deals

first_imgLukaku arrived in Milan early yesterday, leaving United facing a race against time to find a replacement despite interest in Juventus forward Mario Mandzukic.Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has been under pressure from manager Mauricio Pochettino to build on the progress made on and off the field as Tottenham moved into a new 62 000-capacity stadium and reached the Champions League final last season.They have made just one summer signing so far, with French international midfielder Tanguy Ndombele joining for a club-record fee from Lyon, but all that changed in the final hours of the window.Argentine international midfielder Lo Celso completed a season-long loan deal that will contain an obligation on Tottenham’s part to make the transfer permanent next summer.And Spurs’ long-running interest in England under-21 international Sessegnon was realised in a reported £25 million deal that could rise to £30 million including add-ons.However, a sensational swoop for Dybala reportedly crashed with Juventus unwilling to let the Argentine leave without an adequate replacement, having missed out on Lukaku.Arsenal are badly in need of defensive recruits to shore up a backline that conceded 51 Premier League goals last season to miss out on Champions League football for a third straight year.Tierney travelled to London on Wednesday after the payment structure of a £25-million move from Celtic was finally agreed between the clubs.Luiz is also set for a switch across London to replace departed Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny, who joined Bordeaux earlier this week, in a £8 million transfer from Chelsea.No more business is expected at Premier League champions Manchester City after they secured right-back Joao Cancelo from Juventus on Wednesday.Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp confirmed the European champions would not delve into the market at the last minute after making just three low-key additions in teenagers Sepp van den Berg and Harvey Elliott and back-up goalkeeper Adrian.By contrast, Merseyside neighbours Everton are hoping to complete a host of last-minute deals to add to six arrivals already at Goodison Park during the window.Everton are hopeful of taking Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo on loan and succeeded in luring Nigerian international Alex Iwobi away from Arsenal.Leicester are also set to use some of the £80 million they received from Manchester United for Harry Maguire on Sampdoria midfielder Dennis Praet for €20 million.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Tottenham made the headlines on a busy final day of the Premier League transfer window with deals for Giovani lo Celso and Ryan Sessegnon, but their hopes of signing Paulo Dybala crashed.Across north London, Arsenal also completed moves for Celtic left-back Kieran Tierney and centre-back David Luiz from Chelsea.Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku’s prolonged transfer to Inter Milan was also completed after the clubs reportedly agreed on a deal that could rise to €80 million.last_img read more

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AYC 2015: Ghana opponents chalk wins in warm ups

first_imgSome of the Ghana must watch in the Africa Youth Championships that begins this weekend have engaged in warm up games.Hosts Senegal beat Zambia 1-0 in a friendly game in Dakar. Both teams are preparing for the upcoming CAF U-20 tournament which kicks off in Dakar on Sunday with the Senegalese taking on six-time champions Nigeria.Zambia boss Hector Chilombo fielded his strongest side, including players like striker Patrick Ngoma, skipper Lubambo Musonda and fellow midfielder Spencer Sautu who were all in the Chipolopolo team to the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations in Equatorial Guinea.Alassane Diouf handed the young Teranga Lions bagged their winner in the 70th minute.The Zambians are in Group B of the tournament and will open their campaign against Mali on Monday, before games against South Africa and Ghana.Ghana’s U-20 side concluded their preparations a 2-1 win over Danish lower division side Ringkobing IF on Tuesday. The Satellites will leave their camping base in Antalya, Turkey, on Thursday for their AYC base. They open their campaign against South Africa on Monday before games against Zambia and Mali.––last_img read more

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Clayton Kershaw gives the Dodgers winning edge

first_imgDodgers manager Dave Roberts sees first baseman Adrian Gonzalez (right elbow soreness) going on a rehab assignment next week to play two or three games. … The last time Roberts heard from outfielder Andre Ethier, his back was giving him some problems when he runs or bends over. “Physically, he’s just limited,” Roberts said. “If someone told me late June (for a return), I’d be very excited.” … Spectrum SportsNet LA and KTLA/5 will simulcast the Dodgers’ game vs. the Miami Marlins on Sunday, May 21 at 12:30 p.m. The game was added to the simulcast schedule after last Sunday’s game vs. the Padres in San Diego was rained out. That game was originally scheduled as the 10th and final SportsNet LA broadcast to simulcast on KTLA5 this season.Facing KershawThe prospect of facing Kershaw had the Rockies a little more amped than usual.“It’s just human nature when you face a superstar,” Manager Bud Black explained. “Whether it’s a team playing against Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, or the Warriors, or teams playing against the Patriots, you get up for it. With the big boys like Kershaw … teams get up for those guys.” The Dodgers took advantage of an erratic Tyler Chatwood (3-5), who walked four and allowed five runs over 4-1/3 innings.In the pivotal second, the Dodgers sent nine batters to the plate and drew three walks, all of which scored. Utley hustled for his second triple of the season and Corey Seager added a two-run double.Those five early runs were more than enough for Kershaw.Carlos Gonzalez finished with two hits and an RBI for Colorado.Also Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img DENVER>> Clayton Kershaw pitched his way out of trouble time after time over seven solid innings, Chase Utley had a two-run triple as part of a five-run second and the Dodgers beat the NL West-leading Colorado Rockies, 6-2, on Friday night.Cody Bellinger added a solo homer in the eighth to help the Dodgers pull within 1½ games of Colorado.Kershaw (6-2) ran his record to 89-0 when the Dodgers give him at least four runs of support. He also improved to 20-6 against the Rockies, surpassing fellow lefty Randy Johnson for most all-time wins versus the franchise.On a tranquil evening, Kershaw allowed two runs and seven hits, but worked his way out of trouble with the assistance of three double plays.last_img read more

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