Lee Johnson chats to BCTV after his side’s 3-1 victory in Suffolk.
Boxing Tasion group of companies came to the rescue of five Manus boxers to attend the 2019 national boxing championship currently underway at Taurama Aquatic indoor complex in Port Moresby. “Reaching back home and seeing the local talents rather than concentrating in NCD-there’s nothing wrong with that but it is always good to go back home and take part in activities the local youths are engaged in,” said Tasion Group chief operations manager Teddy Tasion. He said he is hopeful to see these boxers giving their best during the championship. “For us, I think we are a local company supporting our local talents back home especially from Manus. We realise there are a lot of potential in sports, especially in our youth. This is something we want to take part in.” Tasion said they have a sponsorship support of K30,000 assisting the five boxers to travel and take part in the national championship. He said hopefully one of their boxers qualify for the Tokyo Olympics next year. “Our main purpose of sponsorship was to bring our local talents back from Manus into Port Moresby to take part in the national championship. This is the first time and is something we have wanted,” said Tasion. The five boxers are Timothy Pokot (57 kg, novice) Cosmas Buka (57kg, youth) Linden Whiteley (63kg, novice) Siope Harry (81kg novice) and Arthur Ray Lavalou (91kg). According to coach Tinge Metta, Pokot and Whiteley will head into semi finals today while the other three have already secured medal playoffs on Friday. “We are thankful to the Tasion group of companies. We have been struggling all these years, we produced a lot of talent back home and we are proud. This has given us the bonus when we have our local company supporting our youths.” “I started the Admiralty Boxing Academy, especially for the kids and youth to take part. We started back in 2014 when I was approached by Governor Charlie Benjamin asking me to prepare a team to the PNG Games in Lae. We have four new boxers taking part for the first time while Lavalou is the current national heavy weight champion,” said Meta.
In the Premier League, the 24 year old was given ten minutes against Sheffield United, and 26 minutes against Brighton & Hove Albion. He also got 26 minutes against LASK in a dead Europa League tie.That would be enough to suggest the player isn’t part of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s plans, so it wouldn’t be thought it’s such a blow that Esporte Interativo are reporting he’s ‘leaving’ Manchester United.However, the Brazilian website insists the manager has wanted to keep Pereira, stating Solskjaer has ‘tried in vain’ to persuade the player to reconsider his future and stay at Old Trafford.That could be agent marketing, and it’s also reported Pereira’s representative Kia Joorabchian is already working to find his client a new club. He’s in talks with Portuguese, Spanish and German sides, with Valencia pushed out as a possible destination.Given Joorabchian’s close links with Arsenal, it’s surely only a matter of time before the Gunners are linked.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayHero Wars根本不可能获得这个宝藏！来证明我们错了Hero WarsUndoForge of Empires – Free Online GameWill You Build The Most Beautiful City?Forge of Empires – Free Online GameUndoInvest With VICShe collects rental-like income every month! See how she does it!Invest With VICUndoDBS”I had S$9 left in my bank account”DBSUndoWealthMastery.asiaThis Singaporean Couple is Disrupting A $3 Trillion IndustryWealthMastery.asiaUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoSingtelGet 30GB for $25 on SG’s #1 network.SingtelUndoGOMO by Singtel.Switch to GOMO. 40GB for $20 for 12 months!GOMO by Singtel.UndoSingtel PowerInstant savings and a $50 rebate.Singtel PowerUndo Since football returned following the Covid-19 sport lockdown, Andreas Pereira hasn’t been much used by Manchester United.
Latvian women’s basketball championship team “TTT Rīga” was drawn in group B in the FIBA Euroleague main tournament. The start date of the season will be decided by the FIBA European Division Board on September 1.where, as in the previous season, the starry Ekaterinburg UGMK and Anete Steinberg, who represents Istanbul ‘s “Galatasaray” this season, will be among the opponents.Group B together with “TTT Rīga” will also play Ekaterinburg UGMK (Russia) Istanbul “Galatasaray” (Turkey; also includes Anete Steinberg), Sopron “Uniqa” (Hungary), Bourges “Tango”, “Basket Landes” (both – France) , Skio “Famila” (Italy), as well as the winners of the qualifying round duel Girona “Spar Citylift” (Spain) – “ACS Sepsi SIC” (Romania).Group A will feature “Dinamo” from Kursk, “Nadezhda” from Orenburg (both Russia; including Elina Babkina), “Arka” from Gdynia (Poland; head coach Gundars Vetra), “Fenerbahce” from Istanbul (Turkey), “Perfumerias Avenida” from Salamanca (Spain) ), Prague ZVVZ USK (Czech Republic), Lyon ASVEL and qualifying round Miskolc DVTK (Hungary; also Kristīne Vītola) – “Belediyespor” (Turkey).In the 2019 season, TTT Rīga took the 4th place in the subgroup in the main tournament of the Euroleague and lost to the Ekaterinburg team in the quarterfinals. In the 2020 season, Rigina women remained in the 8th place in the group.Three teams represented by Latvian players will take part in the FIBA Cup. Kate Krēsliņa and “Castors Braine” (Belgium) will play in group H with “Valencia” from Spain, “Basket Hema SKW” team from Sintcatel-Waffle and the winners of the qualification round.Group Umana Reyer of Venice (Italy), represented by Laura Meldere, will meet with the Belgian teams Boma “Phantoms”, Friborg “Elfic” and France’s “Landerneau Bretagne”.In the qualifying round, Anse Aizsila, represented by Mehelen “Kangoroes” (Belgium), will meet with Tenerife “Clarinos” from Spain in two matches.The main tournament games are scheduled to start on October 15.
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LocalSportsJournal.comSeven area high school athletes were crowned state track and field champions on Saturday.Cameron Oleen of Fruitport won the boys Division 2 400-meter dash, Lauren Biggs of Ludington won the girls Division 2 800-meter run, and Gabriella LeRoux of Spring Lake won the girls Division 2 pole vault.Meanwhile, the Muskegon Catholic Central team of Ben Treutler, Dawson Stiegmen, Cameron Martinez and Tommy Watts took first place in the 4×200-meter relay in Division 4.The following list shows how each top-10 athlete from the Muskegon-area performed at their various state final meets, along with their time, height or distance in that event. BOYSDivision 1 at East Kentwood100 METERS – 3, Jalen Ware, Reeths-Puffer, 10.83200 METERS – 8, Nate McCrary, Reeths-Puffer, 22.56800 METERS – 9, Kevontae Pegues, Mona Shores, 1:55.65110 HURDLES – 7, Parker Aerts, Reeths-Puffer, 14.894×100 RELAY – 3, Reeths-Puffer (Jalen Ware, Parker Aerts, Armund Gordon, Nate McCrary), 42.214×200 RELAY – 5, Reeths-Puffer (Jalen Ware, Parker Aerts, Armund Gordon, Nate McCrary), 1:27.52OVERALL TEAM SCORE – 10, Reeths-Puffer (19pts)GIRLSDivision 1 at East Kentwood400 METERS – 10, Jenny Ryan, Grand Haven, 58.66800 METERS – 5, Gabby Hentemann, Grand Haven, 2:12.751600 METERS – 4, Gabby Hentemann, Grand Haven, 4:51.804×800 RELAY – 8, Grand Haven (Abby Buitenhuis, Andrea Strainer, Haylee Ray, Gabby Hentemann), 9:24.03HIGH JUMP – 2, Elizabeth Knoll, Mona Shores, 5-06BOYSDivision 2 at Zeeland200 METERS – 5, Isaiah Pierce, Spring Lake, 23.01400 METERS – 1, Cameron Oleen, Fruitport, 49.21400 METERS – 6, Isaiah Pierce, Spring Lake, 49.99400 METERS – 9, Caleb Sidock, Orchard View, 50.443200 METERS – 5, Sam Kaastra, Fremont, 9:30.99300 HURDLES – 5, Wyatt Kendra, Fruitport, 40.234×800 RELAY – 7, Fruitport (Aaron Simot, Mitchell Johnson, Brendan Deneen, Cameron Oleen), 8:00.01GIRLSDivision 2 at Zeeland800 METERS – 1, Lauren Biggs, Ludington, 2:12.13800 METERS – 3, Jody Fuller, Ludington, 2:16.24300 HURDLES – 7, Kallie Fehler, Fruitport, 46.704×200 RELAY – 2, Spring Lake (Julie Bajt, Gabriella LeRoux, Sophia Tardani, Kiara Stevenson), 1:45.144×200 RELAY – 7, Fruitport (Katana Daniely, Taylor Burke, Olivia Netzler, Kallie Fehler), 1:46.824×400 RELAY – 6, Fruitport (Katana Daniely, Taylor Burke, Olivia Netzler, Kallie Fehler), 4:05.624×400 RELAY – 9, Ludington (Emma Fountain, Laura Gibson, Jody Fuller, Lauren Biggs), 4:06.524×800 RELAY – 5, Ludington (Emma Fountain, Ruby Strahan, Jody Fuller, Lauren Biggs), 9:34.17SHOT PUT – 7, Brianna Copley, Whitehall, 38-09HIGH JUMP – 1, Gabriella LeRoux, Spring Lake, 12-06OVERALL TEAM SCORE – 9, Ludington (20pts)BOYSDivision 3 at Comstock Park100 METERS – 5, Jacob Hoebecke, Hart, 11.27200 METERS – 5, Jacob Jancek, Montague, 23.08400 METERS – 4, Dylan Hearns, Mason County Central, 1:58.30110 HURDLES – 5, Danny Atwood, Grant, 15.34300 HURDLES – 3, Danny Atwood, Grant, 15.304×100 RELAY – 4, Hart (Kegan Strait, Logan Wells, Brady Tate, Jacob Hoebecke), 43.794×400 RELAY – 6, Masson County Central (Dylan Hearns, Travis Tyndall, Jacob Shoop, Ryan Mount), 3:25.28DISCUS – 2, Matt Quinn, Mason County Central, 158-11HIGH JUMP – 6, Spencer Brown, Shelby, 6-03HIGH JUMP – 7, Ryan Mount, Mason County Central, 6-03POLE VAULT – 4, Danny Atwood, Grant, 13-06POLE VAULT – 7, Cameron Schullo, Ravenna, 13-03OVERALL TEAM SCORE – 6, Mason County Central (22.5pts)GIRLSDivision 3 at Comstock Park 400 METERS – 3, Lauren Freeland, Kent City, 59.23800 METERS – 2, Lauren Freeland, Kent City, 2:16.201600 METERS – 2, Adelyn Ackley, Hart, 4:55.531600 METERS – 7, Sierra Albus, Hart, 5:04.093200 METERS – 2, Adelyn Ackley, Hart, 10:34.473200 METERS – 7, Sierra Albus, Hart, 11:01.563200 METERS – 8, Alayna Ackley, Hart, 11:07.304×100 RELAY – 10, Montague (Devin Gabany, Morgan Osborne, Miranda Ewing, Kennedy Milz), 51.164×800 RELAY – 2, Hart (Sierra Albus, Alayna Ackley, Brenna Aerts, Adelyn Ackley), 9:20.00POLE VAULT – 5, Lexi Gale, Hart, 10-06POLE VAULT – 7, Jael Wood, Mason County Central, 10-06OVERALL TEAM SCORE – 4, Hart (32.5pts)BOYSDivision 4 at Houseman Field100 METERS – 6, Tommy Watts, Muskegon Catholic Central, 11.524×100 RELAY – 2, Muskegon Catholic Central (Tommy Watts, Ben Treutler, Dawson Stiegmen, Cameron Martinez), 44.434×100 RELAY – 10, Western Michigan Christian (Soloman Waller, Ben DeKryger, Johnscott Finely, Evan Fles), 45.314×200 RELAY – 1, Muskegon Catholic Central (Ben Treutler, Dawson Stiegmen, Cameron Martinez, Tommy Watts), 1:32.254×400 RELAY – 3, Muskegon Catholic Central (Ben Treutler, Cameron Martinez, Dawson Stiegmen, Jacob Martinez), 3:30.01OVERALL TEAM SCORE – 4, Muskegon Catholic Central (27pts)GIRLSDivision 4 at Houseman Field800 METERS – 3, Logan Williams, Western Michigan Christian, 2:21.814×400 RELAY – 8, Western Michigan Christian (Logan Williams, Shantele Wilkinson, Sarah Vanderkooi, Ellie DeKam), 4:14.374×800 RELAY – 5, Western Michigan Christian (Ellie DeKam, Logan Williams, Josie Aardema, Sarah Vanderkooi), 9:59.33 × Mail Thank you! 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Director of Sport, Christopher Jones, ceremoniously brought the curtain down on the Malteenoes Sports Club (MSC) Cricket Academy on Friday by urging parents to continue to support their children as they venture into fulfilling lives as athletes. “On behalf of the honorable Minister of Social Cohesion, Dr. George Norton, I would like to congratulate Malteenoes Sports Club for what they have done. I am impressed by the parents’ dedication but I hope when the school term begins you bring them out to practice or else you will be defeating the purpose,” Jones said.Jones added that while in every community there may not be a ground for them to play, he pleaded with the parents to put in the effort to take their children to the ground that may be a few blocks away and not let access to a facility be the reason for them turning away from sports.The Director of Sport added that the youngsters are the new crop of cricketers and it is for this reason the National Sports Commission is committed to the development of cricket and young people’s development. Jones left the children with a word from his youth days in Essequibo, reminding them of his Grandmother’s saying …“once you are provided with the opportunity, it is expected that you grasp it because when you get older you can look back and remember what you did and not wonder what would have happened if you didn’t.”President of MSC, Winston Semple, asked those that attended the academy to carry the traits developed from the academy which is running for 26 years into their future while becoming good ambassadors while national coach, Orin Bailey reflected on the performance of the cricketers in the academy.According to Bailey, on the first day the turnout at 09:00h was 65 but that number grew to 105 at the end of the day. Bailey said that he recognized the academy as a success and exhorted the children to take the knowledge learnt over the two weeks into their everyday lives. He reminded the children that not all of them will make it to become West Indies players but said that they can still be active around cricket in the form of umpires, scorers, commentators, coaches and in other areas.MSC awarded some of their attendees for their outstanding efforts with the Most Disciplined according to age groups being Joshua Bollers (Under-10), Shaieb Salim (Under-13), Mitra Dhanraj (Under-17), Shawn Thompson (Under-13), Brandon Corlette (Under-17) and Devina Rampersaud.Former Guyana youth captain, Shaquille Williams, who is a member of MSC and currently is on a cricket scholarship to the University of the West Indies where he is reading for his degree in Banking and Finance, gave the youths some warm remarks on reaching for the stars, indicating that all good things come to an end. However, he pointed out that while the two weeks might have ended, the lessons learnt such as in etiquette, discipline and other real life lessons will be remembered for a lifetime. He reminded them to work together and achieve goals while carrying some of the same positive attitudes into their future through their homes, communities, schools and other social areas.
FALL in love with equestrian sport on the most romantic day of the year by downloading the free “FEI TV on the Go” Android app on St Valentine’s Day.The new app, available now on Android Markets, gives access to the latest high quality video-on-demand content, including competition highlights, interviews with top riders and international equestrian lifestyle features, as well as the latest FEI news, competition reports and rider rankings.Subscribers to FEI TV, the FEI’s official video service, can also use the app to watch premium content and live-streamed coverage of the most prestigious equestrian competitions, FEI series and Championships around the globe.The “FEI TV on the Go” app also allows users to add favourite live-streamed FEI events to mobile calendars and share content with the FEI and international equestrian community on Facebook and twitter.The “FEI TV on the Go” Android app follows the recently-launched iOS 7-ready iPhone app, and iPad and iPad mini apps launched in 2012, which are all available in the FEI TV app centre.Happy St Valentine’s Day to all lovers of equestrian sport! Tags: Home » General » Free FEI TV “on the go” Android app Free FEI TV “on the go” Android app 14 February 2014, 09:32
Dozens of football fans are said to be filing into the Bamako Stadium, more than seven hours to the crucial World and Nations cup qualifier between the Black Stars of Ghana and the Eagles of Mali.The news comes at the back of mounting tensions following reports of clashes between Ghanaian supporters and security.The supporters as well as journalists were reported to have been prevented from watching the Stars final training match by security which culminated into skirmishes and delayed the training session by thirty minutes.Ghana’s Deputy Sports Minister, Nii Nortey Dua according to Joy FM’s Ernest Koranteng, was also denied entry.Unfazed by the actions of the security on Friday, Mr. Koranteng told Joy News’ Bernard Saibu on Sunday, the stadium is already basking at its seams as supporters, Malians and Ghanaians alike keep trooping in.The match expected to begin 19 hours GMT will see group leaders, Black Stars come up against perennial under achievers, Mali as both sides are fancied to pick the single world cup slot in the group, comprising Benin and Sudan. Coach Milovan Rajevac is expected to play a 4-1-2-3 formation, with the starting line up for the Black Stars confirmed as follows;1. Goal keeper- Richard Kingston2. John Paintsil3. Harrison Afful4. Eric Addo5. John Mensah6. Anthony Annan7. Opoku Agyemang8. Michael Essien9. Mathew Amoah10. Prince Tagoe11. Kwadwo AsamoahStory by Nathan Gadugah/Myjoyonline.com
Johns Hopkins has released a statement saying they are “parting ways” with men’s lacrosse coach Dave Pietramala after 20 seasons, The school has hired a search firm to start a national search for a replacement. Pietramala went 207-93 with national championships in 2005 and 2007. The Blue Jays went to seven final fours during his time at Homewood with the last coming in 2015.It has been widely reported that Coach Pietramala’s current contract ended this year, This put the school in a tough position. The Jays were 2-4 this season with wins over a down Towson team and Mount St Mary’s, The win over the Mount came in overtime and after Hopkins trailed 12-8 with five minutes left in regulation, They weren’t competitive in losses to Princeton, North Carolina, and Syracuse before the season was canceled. In three of the previous four season Hopkins finished with 8 wins and went 3-2 in conference. Those results aren’t good enough at a school where lacrosse is the revenue generating sport.Another factor in this situation is the school hired a new athletic director last summer. She brought fresh eyes to the situation and wasn’t loyal to the current staff. College athletics faces an uncertain future whenever the country starts to recover from the pandemic. Finances will be tight especially at a school like Hopkins who play most of their sports at the division three level. I can see the school offering a one year deal so they can reevaluate the situation next year when they are in a better position to look at the state of the program. If I’m Coach Pietramala why do I sign that deal knowing the state of college lacrosse right now. There is a lot of player movement happening because of the NCAA granting spring athletes an extra year. Also I know I can get another job quickly so I would want a multiyear deal. I don’t think the school wanted to do that,As far as candidates for the next coach go I would start with current offensive coordinator Bobby Benson. He has been rumored to be in the mix for several jobs in recent years and he has run a largely successful offense in his tenure. If you want to look outside the current staff I would talk to Seth Tierney at Hofstra and Shawn Nadelen at Towson. Both guys are Hopkins graduates and were previous assistant coaches at the school.Please follow and like us: