City’s second game against Derby County in less than 24 hours ended in a defeat at the IMG Academy Field.Following the 1-0 win over the Rams in a weather-abandoned match the previous evening after Famara Diedhiou’s early goal, the re-match went the way of Philip Cocu’s side.Goals from Mason Bennett and Ikechi Anya gave Derby a two-goal lead before Saikou Janneh pulled one back for a completely changed City side to ensure the games stayed even over the two games.Head Coach Johnson said: “It’s another good run-out. There were some bits I was very pleased. In the first 30 minutes we had some great moves and should have scored a couple in that time, particularly around the far post.“In the second half I was disappointed if I’m honest with some of the applications and I expect more from some of the lads we had out there. But it is early days and it is pre-season and I have to take every single situation and use it as information and a decision-making process towards the start of the season.“What I really want is an enthusiasm to play for Bristol City and that’s the bit in pre-season that I am judging, to make sure that I am comfortable that we can trust that when we put somebody out in front of a 25,000 crowd at Ashton Gate that they are going to be absolutely committed in their body language as well as their footballing ability.”
The Airline, Parkway and Haughton boys teams and the Parkway girls won bowling matches Monday at Holiday Lanes.In boys matches, Airline defeated Loyola College Prep 22-5, Haughton downed Bossier 23-4, Parkway defeated Benton 24-3 and Minden downed Byrd 18-9.Parkway, Airline and Haughton are all tied for the District 1 lead at 3-0.In girls matches, Parkway defeated Benton 27-0 and Byrd downed Loyola College Prep 26.5-.5.Parkway leads the girls district at 3-0. Airline, which was idle Monday, is 2-1.Parkway’s Alex Bequette had the high game (264) and series (666) of the day among boys bowlers. Bequette also bowled a 222 and 180.Destin Meza had a 234 high game and Chandler Sumpter had a 224. Meza also bowled a 214. James Benjamin had a 223. Parkway’s Nicole Taylor led all girls bowlers with a high game of 243 and series of 648. Taylor also bowled a 238 and 167.Parkway’s Katie Black had a 164 and Traclyn Bell a 157.Jaylon Ellison led the Airline boys with a 203 high game and 554 series. Dominic Rivers had a 193 and Brian Fielding a 190.Johnathon Brown had Haughton’s high game of 196. Christian Silba had the Bucs’ best series of 484, including a 185 game. Cameron Stone bowled a 181.Austin Sepeda topped Benton with a 180 high game and 515 series. John Norris had a 169 and Ben Montgomery a 163.Chris Whisnant led Bossier with a 161 high game and 416 series. Shamari Lay bowled a 146 and Nick Thomas a 119.Parkway’s Sumpter and Byrd’s Celeste Thedford were named the male and female Bowlers of the Week. Sumpter has a 202 average through eight games. Thedford has a 197 average through 12 games.NOTE: Results courtesy of Holiday Lanes.Russell Hedges, firstname.lastname@example.orgTop Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat Insurance|SponsoredSponsoredUndoNews gadgetThis watch takes the whole country by storm! it’s price? Ridiculous!News gadget|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery DisastersCelebsland.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndo
The Commission of Inquiry into the controversial $1.2 billion Union Bank of Switzerland loan was stalled yesterday after the commission has now requested an extension of three months on account of unresolved administrative issues. First mention of the COI on September 2, 2019 highlighted a number of preparations that the commission was to undertake before yesterday’s hearing, however, COI chairman, Sir Salamo Injia said yesterday that a number of these preparation (especially in securing necessary resources) have yet to be completed. Furthermore, Sir Salamo said in addition to the three-month extension, the commission will also be making a request for a “significant increase” to the K4 million which was initially allocated for the inquiry by the Marape government. Sir Salamo indicated that this significant increase in budget was due to the fact that the non-citizen component of COI staff had not been factored in to the initial budget. In light of these issues the commission has now set the public hearing of the inquiry to October 17, 2019 at 9.30am.
720p HD Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip Cathedral boys hockey is headed back to the State Semifinals after a 11-2 win over Mankato East/Loyola at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul. The Crusaders led 4-1 after the first period and scored 5 2nd period goals to take firm control of the game to lead 9-2 after 2 periods. Cathedral scored 2 3rd period goals.Jack Smith scored 2 goals and added 2 assists, Blake Perbix had 1 goal and 3 assists, Reid Bogenholm and Nate Warner each had 1 goal and 3 assists, Cullen Hiltner had 1 goal and 1 assist and Jacob Hirschfield, Jon Bell, Bradyn Balfanz, Mack Motzko and Chandler Hendricks each scored 1 goal for the Crusaders. Cathedral out-shot the Cougars 48-13. 360p About Connatix V56490 Cathedral improves to 24-3-1 and will play 3rd seeded Hermantown Friday at 11:15 a.m. at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul. Hear the game on WJON.Enter your number to get our free mobile app About Connatix V56490 Auto (360p) 1080p HD 1/1
South Carolina Gamecocks linebacker Skai Moore (10) and linebacker Jonathan Walton (28) celebrate after an interception by Walton in the second quarter against the Miami Hurricanes in the 2014 Independence Bowl at Independence Stadium.
Previous reports from France said Everton had agreed to sell Onyekuru to Monaco for around €15m but Ajansspor report a deal hasn’t been sealed.It’s reported Onyekuru wants play for Galatasaray next season after winning two domestic trophies with the Super Lig side, and he’s said to have informed Everton of his decision.The Merseyside club now face a decision with regards to the 22 year old and Ajansspor report Galatasaray are pushing hard to loan Onyekuru for another season. Talks between the two clubs will now continue.Along with Gala and Monaco, Ajansspor also claim Wolfsburg, Napoli, Atalanta and CSKA Moscow have submitted official offers for the player and Everton will decide what to do in the coming weeks.Onyekuru has yet to make his debut for the Toffees due to his continuing issues getting a work permit to play in England.It must be noted that Monaco claims coming from France have seemed pretty concrete, perhaps this is Turkish hope masquerading as something else. According to Ajansspor, Everton haven’t reached an agreement with AS Monaco with regards to selling Henry Onyekuru to the Ligue 1 side, and it’s claimed the Nigerian winger wants to continue his career at Galatasaray next season.
MUMBAI: Fans will have to wait long to see Team India back in the field. India canceled the tour of Zimbabwe, which was to be followed by the cancellation of the Sri Lankan tour. BCCI has announced that Kovid-19 has been dropped due to a three-match ODI series scheduled for the third week of August. The tour of India will commence on June 24. There were three one-day and one-off T20s in India. However, the one-day series between India and Zimbabwe will begin on August 22. The BCCI said in a press release that it does not want to risk hurting the health of its players and return to international cricket. The BCCI has decided to take action regarding the resumption of international and domestic cricket matches. But the BCCI said in a press release that no decision will be taken in a hurry, regardless of the efforts of central and state governments and others to control the pestilence.With two consecutive tours canceled, the future of the Asia Cup and the T20 World Cup is now known. The Asia Cup is scheduled for September. However, the Asian Cricket Council has not decided whether the tournament will be held. Pakistan had earlier been selected as the venue for the tournament but India refused to play. It is learned that Pakistan is ready to hand over Sri Lanka to Sri Lanka.Murali says it is not just ‘Plan A’ that can sustain cricket but also BHarbhajan says Symonds not to IPL The CEO of Punjab said that he agreedMeanwhile, the T20 World Cup will be held in Australia between October and November. The speculation that the World Cup will change is strong, but the ICC decision is being postponed. The ICC has recently announced that a final decision on the matter will be made in July.The first double century in T20 – that would be Rohit himselfCovid proliferation is lacking; India cancels series against Sri LankaSuperstar Sunil Chhetri dismissed his retirement speculationGanguly was aggressive, but not quite Kohli … Venkitesh Prasad pointed out the differenceEight Indians in India: Chahul, RashidOpening with Rohit … Dhanan has revealed the secret of success since the age of 19Only five years, Kohli will be with Babar! – Younis, the Pakistan batting coachMissyouYuvi: Yuvraj could have played with me a little bit, said RohitCool off the century! Sachin Tendulkar among India’s fastest to score centuriesJafar’s all-time Indian XI: Sachin-Ganguly opening, then Sehwag? Bhaji asksTeam India’s comeback against Sri Lanka T20 and ODI series may be playedAny shot, bowling is tough Rashid – not Kohli, Rohit, it is the ball !!To know the latest news from myKhel. Allow Notifications
(Reuters) – Hosts England will begin their quest for a maiden 50-overs World Cup title against perennial under-achievers South Africa on May 30 next year with Lord’s staging the final on July 14, the International Cricket Council (ICC) announced yesterday. One-day cricket’s most coveted trophy has eluded three-times finalists England who staged the first three World Cups between 1975-1983 and also in 1999. England could not advance beyond the group stage of the 2015 edition but have since grown into a formidable ODI outfit, rekindling hopes of breaking their World Cup duck on home soil.They begin against a South Africa side who have never been beyond the semi-finals.Ashes rivals Australia, currently recovering from a ball-tampering scandal, will begin their title defence against plucky qualifiers Afghanistan on June 1 at Bristol. Cricket Australia is searching for a new one-day captain after slapping 12-month bans on former skipper Steve Smith and his deputy David Warner following last month’s fiasco in South Africa.While both will be free to play in the tournament, Smith has also been barred from captaincy for two years, while Warner will not be considered for any leadership role again.Old Trafford will host the 10-team tournament’s most-anticipated match on June 16 between Asian arch-rivals India and Pakistan. The collapse of bilateral cricket between the bitter South Asian neighbours means their fans can only watch them in ICC events.“Because of the UK’s diverse population, every competing team will also be guaranteed a ‘home crowd’ every time they play at some of the most iconic cricket grounds in the world,” the tournament’s managing director Steve Elworthy said in a statement.“The Cricket World Cup is the third most watched global event and has huge interest and appeal among cricket fans. Our ambition is to grow the game and deliver the greatest ever cricket celebration…,” he added. The 46-day tournament will be played across 11 venues in England and Wales with Manchester’s Old Trafford venue hosting six matches.The tournament will follow its 1992 format with all 10 teams playing each other in the round-robin league to determine the four teams who will advance to the semi-finals at Old Trafford and Edgbaston.Lord’s will host a World Cup final for the fifth time. “We know from previous ICC events that every country will be proudly supported at each of the venues creating an exceptional atmosphere and a real celebration of the game,” ICC chief executive Dave Richardson said.
Tags: adventure de kannan, hickstead derby, trevor breen TIPPERARY native Trevor Breen had his first ever Hickstead Derby win today (Sunday) when outpacing last year’s champion, British rider Phillip Miller, by two hundredths of a second in a jump-off.Breen, who was riding Karen Swann’s bay gelding Adventure De Kannan, finished on four faults after the first round, which put him level with Miller and the grey stallion Caritiar Z.In the ensuing jump off Breen claimed the 47,500 first prize when beating Miller’s time by the slimmest of margins.Adventure de Kannan had an eye removed during surgery in 2013 following a five year-old eye condition that had suddenly worsened, but has been competing successfully since the operation.Breen also took sixth place in the Derby with Loughnatousa W B on nine faults.The win took Irish victories at Hickstead this weekend to a total of four. Richard Howley and Belinka Vh Overlede Goed won the opening class on Thursday, followed by Michael Duffy’s first place later in the day on Torino in the speed class. On Saturday Daniel Coyle claimed a win with Zuidam in the day’s feature jump-off class.In Canada, meanwhile, Ireland’s Darragh Kenny and Alpha VDL won the $33,500 McDaniel & Associates Cup 1.55m at CSI4* Spruce Meadows.Irish competitor Barry Capstick won his sixth successive Horse Pairs at Sandringham in England on Sunday, with fellow Irish competitor Anneke Rohrssen taking second place. Also in Driving at Sandringham, Ireland’s Emma Goulding and Glendush Lucie (CP) finished ninth overall in the Para World Championships.Trevor Breen and Adventure de Kannan 19 June 2015, 12:29 Hickstead to auction off Adventure de Kannan portrait for charity 10 October 2014, 23:17 BREEN MAKES IT AN IRISH DOUBLE WITH WIN AT BIRMINGHAM Home » Disciplines News » Showjumping News » TREVOR BREEN WINS HICKSTEAD DERBY WITH ONE-EYED ADVENTURE DE KANNAN 29 June 2014, 18:36 Related news stories 2 August 2014, 21:54 TREVOR BREEN WINS QUEEN ELIZABETH CUP AT HICKSTEAD WITH ONE-EYED “WONDER HORSE” TREVOR BREEN WINS HICKSTEAD DERBY WITH ONE-EYED ADVENTURE DE KANNAN
LONDON, (Reuters) – England’s centrally contracted male cricketers will donate 500,000 pounds ($613,000) to the Board and charities while their women’s team counterparts have volunteered a three-month pay cut amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the players’ association (PCA) said. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has said the season will not start before May 28 and speculation has been mounting over how their leading players would respond to the situation.“Following a meeting today of all of the England men’s centrally contracted cricketers, the players have agreed to make an initial donation of £0.5m to the ECB and to selected good causes …” the Professional Cricketers’ Association said in a statement on Friday.“This contribution is the equivalent of all of the England centrally contracted players taking a 20% reduction in their monthly retainers for the next three months. “The players will continue to discuss with the ECB the challenging situation faced by the game and society as a whole and will consider how best to support the ECB and both the cricketing and wider community going forward.”The ECB’s centrally contracted women players have volunteered to take a salary reduction for the months of April, May and June in line with their coaches and support staff.England women’s captain Heather Knight said: “All the players felt like it was the right response in the current climate to take a pay cut in line with what our support staff are taking. “We know how the current situation is affecting the game and we want to help as much as we can.“We will be discussing with the ECB further ways we can help the game in the coming weeks,” added Knight, who has signed up with the National Health Service (NHS) as a volunteer.The ECB has announced a 61 million pounds aid package to help the local game withstand the financial impact of the pandemic. Wicketkeeper-batsman Jos Buttler is currently auctioning the shirt he wore in England’s 2019 World Cup final victory to raise funds for efforts to fight the coronavirus.