DDCA invites Indian team for Virat Kohli Stand unveiling at Kotla

first_imgAdvertisement a7r55NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs9p9Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E76o93( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 6u1mWould you ever consider trying this?😱6xiCan your students do this? 🌚zq9xRoller skating! Powered by Firework The Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) has invited the Indian national team to witness the unveiling of a stand named after their captain on Thursday. The association will also officially rename the stadium after their former president Arun Jaitley. A senior board functionary has also confirmed that the team has been asked to wear traditional clothing for the ceremony which will be held at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi.Advertisement “The boys have been sent a mail asking them to wear traditional clothes. They will be present when DDCA unveils the stand in Kohli’s name as also the stadium is named after former DDCA president and BCCI Vice President Jaitley. The boys are assembling in the capital on Thursday before heading to Dharamsala on Friday,” the functionary quoted.Advertisement Virat Kohli and his boys will take on South Africa in the opening fixture of the T20I series on Sunday, with the the second match to be played at Mohali on September 18. The final match will be be played at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru on September 22.The Proteas led by wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock arrived in Mumbai earlier last week and are looking to start afresh following their World Cup disappointment with de Kock being named as the skipper for the T20I series ahead of Faf du Plessis.Advertisement India, meanwhile, have rested the pace trio of Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami and Bhuvneshwar Kumar, and all-rounder Hardik Pandya has been brought back after being rested for the Caribbean tour.South Africa will begin their campaign in the World Test Championship after the T20I series with three Tests to be played in Visakhapatnam (October 2-6), Pune (October 10-14) and Ranchi (October 19-23) respectively.  Advertisementlast_img read more


first_imgRafael Bejarano40108425%55%$402,548 JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won FINISH LINES: Taris, impressive winner of the Grade I Humana Distaff at Churchill Downs on May 7, worked four furlongs on Santa Anita’s fast main track Friday in 49.40 for the Grade I Vanity Mile June 4 and a potential meeting with champions Beholder and Stellar Wind. “It was her first breeze back since she raced and it was perfect,” trainer Simon Callaghan said. The millionaire daughter of Flatter doesn’t have to carry her track around with her. She has won eight of 13 career starts, seven of them at different tracks: Aqueduct, Laurel, Presque Isle Downs, Keeneland, Del Mar, Churchill Downs and Santa Anita . . . Flavien Prat, tied for fourth in Santa Anita’s standings through nine days, rides at Pimlico today . . . Agent Tony Matos has Martin Garcia booked on Cyrus Alexander for Jerry Hollendorfer in the Lone Star Handicap on Memorial Day, May 30. Garcia ranks second nationally percentage-wise in stakes wins this year at 27 (11 stakes wins from 42 mounts), behind Jose Ortiz‘s 30 percent . . . John Sadler plans to enter both Royal Heroine runner-up Elektrum and Royal Heroine winner Nancy From Nairobi in the Grade I Gamely Stakes for fillies and mares, three and up, at 1 1/8 miles on turf Memorial Day, May 30. Fanticola, third in the Royal Heroine after setting the pace as is her wont, also goes in the Gamely for Phil D’Amato under regular rider Joe Talamo . . . The California Horse Racing Board will conduct its regular monthly meeting Thursday, May 26, 9:30 a.m. at Santa Anita. The public is encouraged to attend. An audio-only web cast of the meeting can be heard through a link on the CHRB website (web cast). The meeting agenda and supporting package of materials also are available on the CHRB website . . . The Outlaw Jose Barnes: The 20-year-old apprentice rider from South Africa, Jose Barnes, pronounces his first name “JOE-zee,” not “HO-say.” . . . On Sunday, Santa Anita presents the Cal Rods Car Show, a free Infield event featuring some of the finest classics in the San Gabriel Valley for the 10th straight year. First post time is 2 p.m. Admission gates open at 11:30 a.m. WRITER, HANDICAPPER WEINBAUM DEAD AT 64(From Daily Racing Form)Larry Weinbaum, a retired sportswriter and handicapper for several Southern California newspapers, died on Wednesday after a lengthy illness related to complications from a stroke, according to a close friend, public handicapper Bob Ike.Weinbaum was 64.A native of New York, Weinbaum lived in Southern California for much of his adult life. He earned a master’s degree in journalism at San Diego State and later worked for newspapers in Vista and Escondido in San Diego County, Ike said.Weinbaum wrote about the San Diego Padres of Major League baseball and the San Diego Clippers of the NBA before the team moved to Los Angeles in the 1980s.An avid racing fan, Weinbaum became a public handicapper for the San Diego Union-Tribune, Orange County Register and Riverside Press Enterprise.No services were planned as of Thursday. Weinbaum is survived by a sister, Linda. Edward Freeman631150%83%$84,865 Brayan Pena2021410%35%$47,725 SECOND SUMMER TRIES CALIFORNIAN DIRT            Second Summer has found his best form on the main track.After running in five straight turf races and showing only a maiden victory, trainer Peter Eurton transferred the gelded son of 2009 Belmont Stakes winner Summer Bird to the main track where he was second first out and has won his last two.Sunday, he makes his second stakes start, this in the Grade II Californian Stakes for three-year-olds and up at 1 1/8 miles.“He’s found the dirt quite to his liking, compared to the turf,” Eurton said. “He wasn’t making any kind of run in his last few on grass. I started to feel like he preferred some (turf courses) on the circuit but not others. He worked so well on dirt, we decided to try it.”The Californian, race nine of 10: Crittenden, Flavien Prat; Lieutenant Colonel, Rafael Bejarano; Second Summer, Mario Gutierrez; Point Piper, Martin Garcia; El Huerfano, Victor Espinoza; Follow Me Crev, Alonso Quinonez; and Hard Aces, Abel Lezcano. Patrick Gallagher730043%43%$70,635 Peter Eurton920122%33%$45,900 (Current Through Thursday, May 19) Flavien Prat2972424%45%$319,040 Jack Carava722029%57%$49,190 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Tiago Pereira373798%51%$147,263 Fernando Perez2132214%33%$127,365 SNOW CHIEF GAINED REDEMPTION IN 1986 PREAKNESS            It’s been three decades since Alex Solis won his only Triple Crown race in a Hall of Fame career that began in 1982.It was in 1986 when the native of Panama rode Snow Chief to victory in the Preakness, after the California-bred had finished 11th as the favorite behind Ferdinand and Bill Shoemaker in the Run for the Roses.Solis remembers the Preakness triumph like it was yesterday.“It was a great race,” said Solis, now 52, and a senior member of the Southern California riding colony along with Hall of Fame mates Gary Stevens, 53, Mike Smith, who turns 51 Aug. 10, and Kent Desormeaux, 46.“I was happy Snow Chief redeemed himself in the Preakness,” Solis said. “His Derby was disappointing, but he proved himself before the Preakness with his win in the Santa Anita Derby and after the Preakness by winning the Jersey Derby.”Snow Chief, trained by Mel Stute, would go on to earn an Eclipse Award as best Three-Year-Old of 1986. He retired as the then all-time Cal-bred money earner with $3,383,210.As for tomorrow’s 141st Preakness at Pimlico, Solis is hopeful Nyquist can continue his unbeaten streak in the second jewel of the Triple Crown at a mile and three-sixteenths.“I think it would be good for racing and I’d be happy for the California connections,” Solis said. “Doug O’Neill and his team have been there before (winning the Derby and Preakness with I’ll Have Another in 2012) and they know what they’re doing.”The Preakness lineup: Cherry Wine, Corey Lanerie, 20-1; Uncle Lino, Fernando Perez, 20-1; Nyquist, Mario Gutierrez, 3-5; Awesome Speed, Jevian Toledo, 30-1; Exaggerator, Kent Desormeaux, 3-1; Lani, Yutaka Take, 30-1; Collected, Javier Castellano, 10-1; Laoban, Florent Geroux, 30-1; Abiding Star, J.D. Acosta, 30-1; Fellowship, Jose Lezcano, 30-1; and Stradivari, John Velazquez, 8-1.First live post time at Santa Anita Preakness Day is 12 noon. Admission gates open at 8 a.m. The Paddock Room opens at 7:15 a.m.Post time for the $1.5 million Preakness is 3:45 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time. It will air live on NBC-TV and the Horse Racing Radio Network. Martin Garcia2254223%50%$297,670 Michael McCarthy521040%60%$80,845 Mark Glatt1732318%47%$94,101 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Drayden Van Dyke2022010%20%$101,545 David Hofmans520040%40%$79,635 Jerry Hollendorfer2243318%45%$278,075 Joseph Talamo3385724%61%$392,948 Philip D’Amato2485333%67%$415,615 John Sadler2350322%35%$284,105 Matthew Chew421050%75%$41,945 HOLLENDORFER SENDS OUT TRIO IN KONA GOLDVeteran sprint campaigner Sahara Sky, winner of the Grade I Metropolitan Handicap at one mile in 2013, is one of three horses entered by Jerry Hollendorfer in Saturday’s Grade II Kona Gold Stakes for older horses at 6 ½ furlongs on the main track.The other two are Dream Saturday and Wild Dude.Sahara Sky, an eight-year-old full horse owned by Hollendorfer and Kim Lloyd, who races as Sweetwater Stable, was fifth in an overnight sprint at Golden Gate April 23, his first race since finishing fifth in the Grade II San Diego Handicap at 1 1/16 miles July 25, 2015, a span of nine months.“He had a prep race up north and just came down a couple days ago. He looks great,” said Hollendorfer assistant Dan Ward of Sahara Sky, a Florida-bred son of Pleasant Tap.Added Hollendorfer on Dream Saturday: “We’ve had him a few months and he’s been training real well.”Sahara Sky, who would benefit from a fast pace, was third in the Kona Gold last year. He has an 8-4-5 record from 25 starts, with earnings of $1,180,238.The Kona Gold, race nine of 11: Wild Dude, Rafael Bejarano, 7-2; Souper Knight, Abel Lezcano, 20-1; Cautious Giant, Santiago Gonzalez, 10-1; Coastline, Tyler Baze, 7-2; Dream Saturday, Mike Smith, 12-1; Subtle Indian, Ramon Vazquez, 5-2; Sahara Sky, Martin Garcia, 8-1; and San Onofre, Edwin Maldonado, 3-1.Cherubim and Kafister were scratched. Richard Baltas1733118%41%$126,198 Edwin Maldonado40117528%58%$346,371 John Brocklebank522040%80%$85,560 Hector O. Palma632050%83%$54,945 THREE DECADES LATER, SOLIS RECALLS PREAKNESSKONA GOLD: ‘SKY’S NOT THE LIMIT’ FOR HOLLENDORFER SECOND SUMMER’S FORM IMPROVES ON MAIN TRACKMANDELLA HAS TWO FOR THE MONEY IN MIZDIRECTION Richard Mandella1222317%58%$145,075 Steven Miyadi722029%57%$59,435 Mike Puype2041220%35%$141,430 MANDELLA DUO IN RIGHT DIRECTION FOR MIZDIRECTIONRichard Mandella has two entered in Saturday’s $75,000 Mizdirection Stakes for fillies and mares, three and up, at about 6 ½ furlongs on turf. He expects solid efforts from both Avenge and Off the Road.Avenge, a four-year-old daughter of War Front, is three for four over the hillside course, winning the restricted Ultra Fleet last May. The Mizdirection will mark her first race since last June 27, when she was sixth after prompting the pace in the Grade III Senorita Stakes at one mile on grass.Off the Road, a five-year-old Brazilian-bred mare, was second in the Grade III Las Cienagas which was taken off the turf and run on the main track due to weather conditions.The Mizdirection lineup: Off the Road, Stewart Elliott, 12-1; So Sweetitiz, Mike Smith, 8-1; Velvet Mesquite, Tyler Baze, 5-1; My Year Is a Day, Brice Blanc, 12-1; Minks Aprise, Alex Solis, 15-1; Miss Double d’Oro, Santiago Gonzalez, 4-1; Home Journey, Martin Garcia, 4-1; Avenge, Flavien Prat, 5-1; and Swift Lady, Rafael Bejarano, 7-2.Revenue Virginius was scratched. Tyler Baze48781215%56%$372,060 Ignacio Puglisi921122%44%$42,313 Santiago Gonzalez4367614%44%$288,493 Martin Pedroza2733411%37%$117,930last_img read more

Osasuna-Real Madrid: memories of a ‘hot’ rivalry

first_imgNUTS TO GALLEGO AND VALDANOIn the midst of an environment shaped by a raffle of European competitions that had led to a Madrid-Juventus confrontation and just three days after receiving the whites to Barcelona at the Bernabéu, Osasuna received the Real Madrid players, leaders at that time, in El Sadar. And as usual, the atmosphere was tremendous since the Beenhakker came out to warm up. Although Miguel Indurain took the honor roll (he had won the Tour of the Future of the EEC), from the first minute, radical members of the rojillo set began throwing bottles, coins, lighters, oranges, flares… to the places where the white players were located. Galician (a screw hit his eye causing a contusive syndrome of the anterior pole of the right eye) and Valdano (the Argentinian was hit in the head) they were the ones who suffered the worst consequences in the first ten minutes of the match. The referee of the meeting, Jiménez Moreno, was impassive. The locals won by the minimum, a goal from Bustingorri, appealing to the whites of the first place in the leaderboard. The whites also complained about an action of Rípodas, which hit Buyo when he was about to get out the door. The Sadar was closed …THE HELL THAT LIVED PACO BUYOIn the 1988-8 season9, in the match that opened the second round, the referee of the match, Socorro González had to suspend the meeting. In the first meeting of the season, Real Madrid and Rojillos had tied two goals at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium, while on the way back, the Reds had advanced with a goal of Pizo Gomez at 34 minutes of the first part. In this case, the big hit was Paco Buyo. The Madrid goalkeeper suffered a hell. As soon as you jump to the field to train, from the area where the most radical followers of the Navarre complex were located, the whistle was tremendous, including banners with slogans such as “Buyo execution” and “Buyo, criminal and clown”, as well as a constant chorus shouting: “Buyo, c …, you will go to the wall”. Likewise, threw all kinds of blunt objects: oranges, nuts, coins, firecrackers … One of them reached the Galician keeper. After being notified by the field delegate and not paying attention, the referee, Socorro González, indicated the suspension of the meeting. Three days later, On January 31, the Competition Committee decided to close the Navarrese stadium for three games, and that what remained to be played was done at La Romareda behind closed doors on March 8. And it was there, in Zaragoza, where the remaining 47 minutes were disputed. Hugo Sánchez matched the contest in the absence of five minutes to go … A new edition of a hot match is played again: Osasuna-Real Madrid. Whenever whites play at El Sadar they do so under a strong environment, full of tension and nerves. That palpable tension causes white players to suffer too much throughout the 90 minutes of the match. This rivalry reached great (and bad) notoriety throughout the 80’s. Here we collect three episodes that occurred at that time … RED TO SANTILLANA AND A WHITE DRESS PIG Day 16 of the 1982-83 season. Madrid was leading Pamplona, ​​showing a solid and solvent game: nobody had managed to win the ones he was training at that time Alfredo Di Stéfano. And El Sadar arrived in Madrid with the idea of ​​following his immaculate trajectory. Little by little he would realize that it would not be possible. At half an hour of play, in a set (unfortunate for the Real Madrid players, lucky for the locals), the referee Damín Rendón, indicated a penalty by Juan José: in an attempt to stop a center in Echevarría, the ball hit the arm of the Cadiz defense, pointing out the corresponding penalty, which Rípodas would be responsible for transforming into the 1-0. Just ten minutes later, Santillana would establish the tie. In the absence of ten minutes Echeverría would uneven the score, but the worst came later: Santillana was expelled for claiming a card to a reddish player for a foul on Juanito in the area that defended Basauri. While he was leaving, the Cantabrian striker allegedly insulted the referee. Although the Madridista swore and perjured that he had said nothing, he had three penalty matches. But the thing was not there: a coin thrown from the stands hit Santillana as the Madrid striker retired to the locker room. In addition, and During the meeting a little pig dressed in white was thrown to the pitch. Real Madrid players Paco Bonet and Uli Stielike were also sanctioned.last_img read more

Nelson shines with three-timer

first_imgThree-time champion jockey Dane Nelson started the new season with a bang at Caymanas Park yesterday, thanks to three winners on the CTL Fan Appreciation Day programme.His winners included TARANIS (7-2) in the opening race over 1300 metres for the New Year’s Day Trophy.Nelson also won the fourth race with 4-1 chance PRINCESS SHEMIKA for trainer Steven Todd and came back in the closing race to win aboard the lightly raced 5-1 shot RAS EMANUEL for trainer Peter McMaster over 1200 metres.On an eventful day which saw the stewards of the meet disqualifying two winners, Nelson was actually first past the post a fourth time on PAPER N LACE (3-1) for trainer Fitzgerald Richards in division one of the McKay Security Trophy, only to be disqualified and placed sixth, this for causing interference to highly fancied OH MY GRAND PA (4-1) in the early stages of the event. The race was awarded to long-time leader GRAN CORAZON, the 5-2 favourite.Despite the misfortune, Nelson, champion jockey from 2012 to 2014, said he was happy to emerge the leading rider with a triple on the first day.”I am pleased with all aspects of my riding, and although the plan is to do another stint in North America on and off this season, mainly at Woodbine in Toronto, Canada, I will always do well here for the benefit of my fans,’ said Nelson, who is popularly called ‘The Warrior Chief’.The Richard Azan-trained 4-y-o gelding TARANIS ran on strongly to win the New Year’s Day Trophy in a driving finish from highlyfancied SOUTHERN CRUISE(5-2) with newly crowned champion jockey Shane Ellis aboard, this after the howling 1-5 favourite DRIPPING IN GOLD led untilgiving way to the third horseSHINING LIGHT (6-1) early in the straight.Division two of the McKay Security Trophy provided a runaway win for 7-5 second favourite PERFECT FLYER with Ellis riding for trainer Dwight Chen and owner Howard Hamilton. And the day’s principal feature for the Fan Appreciation Day Trophy over 1820 metres (overnight allowance) was won by 1-2 favourite ALL CORRECT in a stirring finish from the fast-finishing duo of HOUDINI’S MAGIC (5-2) and BRAWN (3-1) in a field of nine.The winner, a 7-y-o gelding by Storm Craft out of Royal Pizzaz, was ridden by former champion Omar Walker for 15-time champion trainer Wayne DaCosta and owners the Velvet Glove.WARRIOR PRINCESS (5-1, made all) with Robert Halledeen aboard was the other winner to be disqualified in the second race and first place awarded to LEGENDARY PLEASURE (3-1) with whom she had interfered in the straight.last_img read more

GPL promises reliable electricity supply for Christmas

first_imgThe Guyana Power and Light (GPL) is assuring its consumers that it remains committed to providing reliable electricity supply during the holiday season. According to the power company on Monday, efforts are being made to ensure the availability of its generating units, however, the inadequacies in the aged Transmission and Distribution (T&D) network continue to pose problems. The company further stated that it concluded pre-planned maintenance activities on the T&D network and prudent operational practices.“GPL concluded pre-planned maintenance activities on the T&D network on December 8. The team, however, continues to ensure that issues that could cause potential widespread outages during the holidays are addressed. In some instances, this may mean having localised outages for shorter periods of time. We apologise for these situations, but they are necessary, given the vulnerabilities of the T&D network,” GPL stated.Moreover, it should be noted that the distribution network is circular and failure of any one component may result in service interruption to customers. The company noted that every effort will be made to avert these failures and to act promptly if they transpire. For this year, thousands of Guyanese were inconvenienced by the constant power outages due to, in one instance, the late delivery of fuel from the regular overseas supplier. Other issues with the T&D system has also left persons without electricity for prolonged periods in 2019.last_img read more

Kenyans take distance titles at Boston meet

first_img0Shares0000Cyrus Rutto all smiles after winning the 5,000m race at the Kenyan trials for the IAAF World Athletics Championships to be held in London in August. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaNEW YORK, United States, May 20 – Kenyans celebrated two triumphs In the opening night of the Boston Games athletics meet with Cyrus Rutto taking the men’s 3,000 in 7:45.64 and Caroline Kipkirui taking the women’s 5,000 in 15:55.24.Britain’s Chris O’Hare, a 1,500 Rio Olympic semi-finalist coming off a foot injury, finished second in the mile, with American Drew Hunter winning in 3:56.72 and O’Hare next on 3:57.17. New Zealand’s Nick Willis, twice an Olympic 1,500m medalist, was sixth in 4:00.29 in his outdoor season debut. The 35-year-old Kiwi missed April’s Commonwealth Games with a leg injury.Canada’s Brandon McBride won the men’s 800 in 1:45.18, defeating Poland’s Marcin Lewandowski by .93.Ethiopia’s Dawit Seyaum, the 2016 world indoor 1,500m runner-up, won the 1,500 in 4:04.65, edging American Charlene Lipsey by .33.The meet concludes Sunday with sprints on a specially constructed straightaway in downtown Boston.Two-time world indoor runner-up Ajee Wilson won the 800 meters Saturday in distance events contested on the opening night of the Boston Games athletics meet.Wilson won at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology stadium track in 1min 59.27secs, .16 ahead of Jamaica’s Natoya Goule, who was third at this year’s Commonwealth Games.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho charged with misconduct following half-time incident in West Ham defeat

first_imgJose Mourinho has been charged with misconduct by the Football Association following his half-time dismissal in Chelsea’s loss at West Ham.Mourinho, who is appealing against a £50,000 fine and suspended one-match stadium ban for comments made about officials following the October 3 loss to Southampton, faces further charges after being sent to the stands by referee Jonathan Moss during the ill-tempered derby at Upton Park.A statement from the FA read: “Jose Mourinho has been charged with misconduct in relation to his language and/or behaviour towards the match officials in or around the dressing room area at half-time.”Silvino Louro, one of Mourinho’s assistants, was sent to the stands after Nemanja Matic was sent off for two bookable offences and has also been charged with misconduct.Both the Hammers and the Blues have also been charged for failing to control their players in the aftermath of the challenge which led to Matic’s dismissal.“Chelsea coach Silvino Louro has also been charged with misconduct in relation to his behaviour which led to his 45th minute dismissal from the technical area,” the FA statement added.“West Ham have been charged for failing to control their players in the 44th minute of the game and Chelsea have also been charged with the same offence for an alleged breach in the 45th minute of the game.“All parties have until 6pm on Thursday (October 29, 2015) to reply.” 1 Jose Mourinho last_img read more

‘Great game intelligence’ with a bit of Gerrard, Pogba & Matic – new LFC player profiled

first_imgLiverpool are believed to have snapped up Marko Grujic, so talkSPORT’s Transfer Spotlight has more on the talented teenager…Name: Marko GrujicDate of birth: 13/04/96Born: Belgrade, SerbiaClub: Red Star BelgradePosition: MidfieldWhat’s the latest?It appears Liverpool have beaten off competition from the likes of Anderlecht and Inter to sign Serbia’s highly-rated teenager Marko Grujic. It is being reported the player will sign for the Reds in January, but remain with Red Star until the end of the season. Zeljko Buvac, right hand man of manager Jurgen Klopp, is said to have had a hand in the deal.The lowdown:1) At Red Star Grujic operates in a deep lying role and the way he plays in the middle of the park has seen him likened to some of football’s best, such as Steven Gerrard, Paul Pogba and Nemanja Matic.2) Earlier in the year Grujic revealed Matic had informed him Chelsea were keen on him, but he also went on to explain he was looking at a possible summer departure because he wants to win the season’s Serbia SuperLiga with Red Star.3) Speaking to the Liverpool Echo, Serbia-based journalist Vlastimir Stevanovic praised Grujic’s athleticism as well and all round attributes. “He has excellent vision, a great passing game and he possesses great game intelligence,” he said.4) In an interview with Serbia publication Mondo earlier in the year Grujic praised the atmosphere at English stadia and explained that players’ energy levels are boosted with fans so much closer to the action.5) He was a member of Serbia’s victorious 2015 Under-20 World Cup winning team which beat Brazil 2-1 in the final in New Zealand, though he didn’t get on the pitch in that game.What is being said?I think he is much more than a regular playmaker or attacking midfielder. He would be better suited as a winger or behind the striker. I think that he should play on the flanks and closer to goal– Veljko Paunovic, Chicago Fire head coach and under-20 World Cup winning bossVideo evidence: 1 Marko Grujic (no.16) celebrates Serbia’s penalty shoot-out win against the USA last_img read more


first_imgLetterkenny showjumper Shannon Ramsey was crowned Ulster Region League 1.10m Champion this weekend in Cavan. Shannon was up against some of the top showjumpers in Ireland and internationally, but they were no match for the 17-year-old. She was riding her gelding Bracken, show name Brown Bollybawn King.Shannon is no stranger to Ulster shows, coming first place four times before. She was placed in five other shows. Bracken is a 17hn sport horse. His dam is a National Hunt mare. His sire, Flagmount King, was an Irish Draught.Shannon is beginning her Leaving Certificate year at Errigal College Letterkenny. She is the daughter of Joe and Jean Ramsey.Shannon is committing to her studies this year, so Bracken is now for sale. Anybody interested can contact Joe Ramsey at 0863495387.SHOWJUMPER SHANNON IS ULSTER REGION LEAGUE 1.10m CHAMPION was last modified: September 5th, 2013 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:shannon ramseyShowjumpinglast_img read more

Mustangs defuse Dynamiters, 26-0

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Elder scored his second rushing of the night in the third quarter when he kept the snap and scrambled for a 64-yard touchdown. “Forrest Elder is awesome; he does some amazing things,’ Mustangs coach Ken Howard said. “Roby started off a little rusty because we didn’t play him that much, but he turned things around.’ Although the win did not give Muir a comfortable lead in the standings, it gave them a some separation between them and the bottom of the pack. “It feels pretty good. Our confidence level is going up,’ Howard said. “We’ve had some good practices and we’re in a good position right now. Next week is another big game; we can’t look past anybody.’ Early in the second quarter Elder scored on a quarterback sneak to give Muir a 13-0 edge with 2:08 left. The scoring drive was extended by Roby’s clutch 7-yard catch and run, tight roping the sidelines, on third- and-five. The third quarter, though, was when Elder and Roby really put on a show. Roby opened the Mustangs’ second half with another athletic play. Elder, who wasn’t hurried in the pocket for the majority of the game, found Roby down the middle, who in turn caught the ball and ran around the defenders for a 17-yard touchdown, setting the tone for the rest of the game. PASADENA — Muir High School (5-2, 2-0) stayed atop the Pacific League after shutting out last place Glendale High School (1-6, 0-2), 26-0 at home Friday night. There was no surprise as to who would do the damage for the Mustangs. Quarterback Forrest Elder and receiver Tyler Roby provided a potent combination that led the way to the easy victory. An early Dynamiters’ stingy run defense was not enough to hold down Muir for long. center_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more