De Gea, Man Utd. Played: 90mins (2-1 v Watford) – Made five crucial saves, including fine reaction block from Almen Abdi’s deflected shot. Press Association Clyne, Liverpool. Played: 90mins (4-1 v Man City) – England defender helped hustle the City front line, which managed only three shots. Koscielny, Arsenal. Played: 90mins (1-2 v West Brom) – France defender’s efforts deserved more than to be on end of defeat, completing 61 passes. Skrtel, Liverpool. Played: 90mins (4-1 v Man City) – Czech defender capped a fine all-round display with a fiercely struck fourth goal. Walker, Tottenham. Played: 90mins (4-1 v West Ham) – His son was a mascot for the game, in which he scored as Spurs went 12 league matches unbeaten. Depay, Man Utd. Played: 90mins (2-1 v Watford) – Man-of-the-match display by the Dutchman, who scored opening goal and had 67 touches. Barkley, Everton. Played: 74mins (4-0 v Aston Villa) – Industrious display by the England midfielder, who now has five goals and four assists this season. Alli, Tottenham. Played: 71mins (4-1 v West Ham) – Another box-to-box showing from the new England international, but a fifth yellow card means a one-match suspension. Coutinho, Liverpool. Played: 68mins (4-1 v Man City) – Tricky Brazilian scored for a fourth successive league game and developed great understanding with countryman Roberto Firmino. Kane, Tottenham. Played: 90mins (4-1 v West Ham) – Two goals for the England front man took his tally into double figures and helped Spurs continue their impressive development under Mauricio Pochettino. Vardy, Leicester. Played: 77mins (3-0 v Newcastle) – Foxes striker cannot stop scoring, netting for the 10th game in a row, equalling the Premier League record, as Newcastle were beaten 3-0 on their own ground.
New Delhi: Cricket Live Streaming Cricket, IND vs NZ, 18th ODI ICC World Cup Match at Hotstar and Star Sports TV Channel: The 18th match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 between India and New Zealand at Trent Bridge has been delayed due to rain. There was an inspection scheduled at 15:00 hrs IST but the drizzle came 10 minutes before the inspection. The match was under threat from the rain, with the practice sessions also been affected due to rain.ICC World Cup 2019, 18th match: India vs New ZealandWhat time does the live coverage of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 clash between India vs New Zealand start?The 12th match of the ICC World Cup 2019 between India vs New Zealand will start at 03:00 PM IST.Where will the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 clash between India vs New Zealand be played?The clash between India vs New Zealand in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will be played atThe Trent bridge in Nottingham. Where to watch online live streaming of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 game between India vs New Zealand?You can watch the live streaming of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 clash between India vs New Zealand on Hotstar from 03.00 PM onwards.When is the game between India vs New Zealand in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019?The game between India vs New Zealand in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will be played on Thursday, June 13.Where can I check the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 clash between India vs New Zealand?You can follow Live updates and Live Score on english.newsnationtv.com. You can watch the live cricket match on Hotstar.Where can I watch the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 clash between India vs New Zealand?The match between will be broadcast live on Star Sports 1, Star Sports Select HD. Hindi commentary will be available on Star Sports 1 Hindi. For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
Published on March 19, 2013 at 12:33 am Contact Jesse: email@example.com | @dougherty_jesse No freshman in Syracuse history has hit more home runs than Julie Wambold did last season.On her way to winning the ‘Cuse Awards Female Rookie of the Year, Wambold led the team in home runs (11) and RBIs (34).Thrust into the meat of Leigh Ross’ lineup from the start of the season, Wambold’s bat was not just powerful, but clutch. In just her seventh collegiate game, Wambold hit a walk-off home run that led Syracuse to a 5-3 win over UC Davis at the Cathedral Classic. Then, when the team was near elimination in the NCAA Regionals, her RBI single was critical in a 2-1 win over Long Beach State. But 2012 is in Wambold’s past, and success isn’t coming as easily in her sophomore season. After setting a high bar for herself in her freshman year, she is hitting in the middle of Syracuse’s (9-14) lineup and is seeing harder pitching as a result. Struggling at the plate at times, Wambold is leaning on raw determination and the support of her teammates to recapture her form from a year ago. “She’s playing really well, but I can imagine that she is feeling pressure to play like she did last season,” junior first baseman Jasmine Watson said. “I had a big sophomore slump and know how that pressure feels, and you just have to keep working hard and swing your way out of it.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWatson’s overall numbers were similar from her freshman to sophomore seasons, but her batting average dropped considerably. But by continuing to adjust, Watson was able to find her power stroke, which was instrumental in the Orange’s NCAA tournament run. Wambold is currently hitting .238 with two home runs and seven RBIs. If she can turn it around like Watson did in her sophomore season, the Orange could find its stride just in time for Big East play, which begins at Louisville on March 29. “Of course there is pressure to produce, coming off of a good season and hitting in the four or five spot, but I’m not letting it affect my play,” Wambold said. “I have always worked off the energy of my teammates and am going to do that again this season.”Ross doesn’t just recognize Wambold’s ability at the plate, but also her invaluable versatility in the field. Last season, Wambold played significant innings in the outfield. This year, after the team’s Spring Break trip to Hawaii, she seems to be settling into a spot at second base, but her flexibility remains an asset.“Julie is a pure hitter, we saw that last year and we are seeing it again this year,” Ross said. “But we can also play her anywhere, which makes her that much more special. “As for the pressure she’s facing, hitting is never easy, she’s doing all we can ask for her and she’ll figure out a way to get on the track that she wants to be on.”With Wambold playing second base in recent games, senior shortstop Morgan Nandin is enjoying the sophomore’s company in the middle of the infield. Nandin has a front-row seat to Wambold’s uncanny talent and relentless determination. There is no one more confident in Wambold’s abilities than Nandin, who is sure her teammate will flourish this season.“If anyone can really get going on this team, it’s Julie,” Nandin said. “She is an incredible athlete who can hit the ball way over the fence and play just about any position. It’s crazy. I mean if you gave her a basketball, she’d probably go and dunk it.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
MIAMI, Florida – The Haitian Compas Festival, which was scheduled to take place on May 16, 2020, at Mana Wynwood, Miami, has been postponed.Organizers of the festival say that the decision was made in light of the spread of COVID-19 throughout the state of Florida, and the wider country. The many public emergency declarations and the social distancing directives saw the realization of the festival, which pays tribute to Haiti’s May 18 Flag Day commemoration, as simply “impossible.”The new date for the festival is May 15, 2021.“We understand how crucial it is that Compas fans have time to make important decisions and plans,” organizers said. “But you understand, this is totally out of our control. We continue to defer to the authorities for guidance and there is no higher priority for us than the health, safety and physical well-being of each of you and your families.”For those of you who already purchased tickets, they will be “honored and transferred to Haitian Compas Festival 2021.” Date changes will be reflected on Eventbrite later this month.
latest sports newsSILVA’S GOLDEN GIRLModel Ines Tomaz has been helping Bernardo Silva through quarantineGossipCROWD RETURNFA Cup final ‘may see 20,000 at Wembley in trial allowing some fans at games’CommentPHIL THOMASDiving and whining was never a good look and will seem worse after lockdownExclusive’I’M IN A BAD WAY’Ex-England star Kenny Sansom talks for first time since being attackedExclusiveBOURNE AGAINHowe says Cherries are stronger after lockdown with FIVE fit-again starsExclusiveSWAN THAT GOT AWAYSwansea wanted £3m Davies three years ago but couldn’t get work permitExclusiveMARK MY WORDSJennings reveals life story from adoption to drug abuse and suicide attemptsNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticTottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has used Juan Foyth as a makeshift alternative amid the absence of Kyle Walker-Peters – who has gone without a Prem game since August to bewilder supporters.January may be considered the best time to act with Aurier admitting he previously sought a move away.And with West Brom hoping to tie down Ferguson to a five-year deal, they may have to break the habit of a lifetime and act fast.2Spurs will make West Brom teenager Nathan Ferguson their top target for the problem right-back slot WEST BROM defender Nathan Ferguson is attracting interest from Tottenham and Crystal Palace as Premier League clubs seek a cut-price January deal.A breakout star for the Championship table-toppers, 19-year-old Ferguson will become a free agent in the summer unless the Baggies can secure a contract extension.2 Ferguson has featured 13 times for West BromCredit: Rex FeaturesFears that he may turn down the chance to stay at West Brom have reportedly prompted them to consider a January cash-in.The Daily Mail claims the Midlands club would only be in line for around £300,000 if Ferguson leaves at the end of his contract, at which point a compensation package would have to be agreed or determined by a tribunal.Under Slaven Bilic, Ferguson made his debut on the opening day win at Nottingham Forest and has also been selected for England Under-20s.Crystal Palace are said to want the full-back, who can play on the left or the right, to replace Aaron Wan-Bissaka.But Spurs are also in need of a new defender having not replaced Kieran Trippier.Serge Aurier continues to get the nod in the majority of games despite criticism from fans and pundits.
SHARJAH, United Arab Emirates (CMC):A clatter of late wickets in the final hour hurt Pakistan’s momentum and handed West Indies a rare advantage on a topsy-turvy opening day of the third and final Test here yesterday.The hosts, entering the contest at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium with the series already wrapped up, were in command at 230 for four in the final session before suddenly losing four wickets for 25 runs, to stumble to the close on 255 for eight.Pakistan’s slide was triggered by leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo, who picked up three of the four wickets to end with four for 74.In-form speedster Shannon Gabriel claimed the other wicket to finish with three for 58, as West Indies enjoyed one of their brightest days in an otherwise wretched series, where they are yet to win a single game.Right-armer Gabriel had earlier stunned Pakistan, snatching two wickets in the opening over to reduce them to one run for two wickets after they opted to bat first.However, 20-year-old opener Sami Aslam spearheaded his side’s revival, top-scoring with 74, while captain Misbah-ul-Haq carved out 53 and Sarfraz Ahmed and veteran Younis Khan both hit 51.IDEAL STARTNeeding a strong performance to turn the page on the disappointment of the two previous Tests, West Indies were given the ideal start, courtesy of an incisive Gabriel burst.With just the second ball of the morning and with a single run on the board, the 28-year-old removed first Test triple-century-maker Azhar Ali for a first-ball ‘duck’, caught at second slip by Kraigg Brathwaite as he sparred at one that bounced and moved away.Two balls later, Gabriel sent back Asad Shafiq also without scoring, after bringing one back to hit the right-hander in front. His initial appeal for lbw was rejected, but the Windies were vindicated on review.Tottering for the first time in the series in their first innings, Pakistan were rescued by the left-handed Aslam who anchored a crucial 106-run, third-wicket partnership with the irrepressible Younis.Aslam faced 172 balls and counted seven fours and a six, while Younis, who gathered a hundred in the last Test in Abu Dhabi, struck four fours and a six in a 100-ball knock.The pair carried Pakistan safely to lunch at 81 for two and kept West Indies wicketless for another 40 minutes afterward, before being separated.Younis, twice let off on 30 in the same over from off-spinner Roston Chase prior to lunch, reached his half-century just over half-hour following the resumption, when he clobbered Chase over the ropes at midwicket.Attempting to repeat the stroke in the bowler’s next over, the right-handed Younis succeeded only in top-edging a catch to Leon Johnson at midwicket.However, West Indies remained without further success in the session as Misbah anchored the first of two partnerships to put Pakistan on top.He put on 43 for the fourth wicket with Aslam, a stand which left the hosts on 148 for three at tea. And when Aslam perished in the first over after the break with just two runs added, gloving a reverse sweep at Bishoo to captain Jason Holder at slip, Misbah combined with Sarfraz to again frustrate the Windies.The pair posted 80 for the fifth wicket with both playing positively and allowing Pakistan to march dominantly through the next hour.MORE BOUNDARIESMisbah, unbeaten on 18 at tea, took on Bishoo in the fifth over after the interval, thumping him for a back-to-back leg-side four and six, to move into the 30s.He then swept Chase for four before reverse-sweeping Bishoo for a couple, to raise his second half-century in as many innings, on the stroke of the drinks break.Off the first ball on the resumption, he was adjudged to have touched a reverse sweep through to the wicketkeeper off Bishoo, after facing 123 deliveries and striking three fours and a six.His dismissal triggered the slide as Bishoo clinically sliced through the lower order.ScoreboardPAKISTAN 1st inningsSami Aslam c Holder b Bishoo 74Azhar Ali c Brathwaite b Gabriel 0Asad Shafiq lbw b Gabriel 0Younis Khan c Johnson b Chase 51*Misbah-ul-Haq c wkp Dowrich b Bishoo 53+Sarfraz Ahmed b Gabriel 51Mohammad Nawaz st wkp Dowrich b Bishoo 6Wahab Riaz lbw b Bishoo 4Yasir Shah not out 1Mohammad Amir not out 6Extras (lb4, w1, nb4) 9TOTAL (8 wkts, 83 overs) 255To bat: Zulfiqar BabarFall of wickets: 1-1, 2-1, 3-107, 4-150, 5-230, 6-242, 7-248, 8-248.Bowling: Gabriel 17-1-58-3 (nb2), Joseph 15-5-43-0 (w1, nb2), Holder 12-4-29-0, Chase 20-5-47-1, Bishoo 19-2-74-4.Toss: Pakistan.Umpires: M Gough, P Reiffel; TV – R Illingworth.
Vice President Joseph N. Boakai has reiterated the Liberian government’s commitment to partnering with the international community including the United States of America to tackle the spread of the deadly Ebola virus in the country.During a brief discussion with a US delegation comprising Ambassador Deborah Malac and Major General Darryl A. Williams, Commander of the U.S. Army Africa at his Capitol Building offices, Vice President Boakai recognized the pivotal role that Liberia’s partners are playing in the national fight against the killer disease, adding that the collective effort of government and its partners will help eradicate the virus.Specifically addressing the United States’ role in the fight, Vice President Baokai pointed out that the involvement of the United States in the Ebola crisis in Liberia is the “outcome of the traditional relationship that exists between the Republic of Liberia and the United States spanning over a century and a half.”The outbreak of Ebola has crippled every sector of the country, VP Boakai said, but he expressed optimism for a quick recovery.VP Boakai said “Liberia is poised to work with the United States and partners to ensure that the menace is eradicated from the nation in order to make way for the country to move on with its national development agenda.“There will be a cut in bureaucratic red tape to ensure that the program put into place by the government of Liberia to eradicate the deadly Ebola virus is executed without hindrance,” the VP further noted.He lamented that the epidemic has touched every aspect of the Liberian society, but said he believes the country is poised to overcome the tragedy.For her part, US Ambassador Deborah Malac reaffirmed Washington’s commitment to working on processes that will support the plans of the Liberian Government in containing the spread of the Ebola virus. She acknowledged the challenges associated with containing the virus, but said her government was determined to accomplish the task.“We will get on top of this,” Ambassador Malac declared.Earlier, Major General Williams disclosed plans to help with the effort including the construction of a twenty five bed hospital and two mobile laboratories and in partnership with the Armed Forces of Liberia, making every endeavor to address the needs of the people.The US General expressed gratitude for the hospitality and reception he and his team have received since their arrival in Liberia.In closing, Amb. Malac expressed optimism in the collective fight, adding that soon Ebola will be eradicated from the country.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
If the imminent was foreseen everydayIf I discerned what tomorrow will offerHad it in mind of moments to witnessMistakes I won’t have made so badlyIf I knew of all the calamities beforehandIf I knew of the losses I’d dearly sufferHad it been known of the foulest timesErrors I would elude with those chancesIf I knew of dangers looming yesterdayIf I knew you will loathe me so terriblyHad I knew that I’d really fail at timesMy future will be great without blemishIf I knew how imperfect I really wereIf I knew I can be a pain making you yelpIf I knew of the darkness around meI would have made it a whole lot betterShare this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The final game of the three game road trip on Sunday saw the Trackers open the scoring at 12:37 of the first period on a goal by Curtis Hammond with the assist going to Connor Kindrat. After 20 mintues the teams would be tied at ones.Owen Floriant would give the visitors the lead 42 seconds into the period with an unassisted marker giving the Trackers a 2-1 lead. Even though they would fire 12 shots on goal the trackers would head into the dressing room after 40 minutes down 3-2.The visitors would make it 4-2 1:58 into the third. The Trackers would make it 4-3 at the 11:18 mark after the second unassisted goal of the game, this time courtesy Connor Kindrat on the powerplay. Working with a man advantage for the last 3:20 of the game the Trackers would tie things up after Connor Bowie scored with 1:34 remaining to tie it up at 4-4. Assists went to Zury Reschke and Curtis Hammond.Curtis Hammond and Connor Kindrat lead their team with a goal and a assist. Connor Bowie and Owen Floriant each potted a goal. Goaltender Tyler MacArthur stopped 4o out of 44 shots.The Trackers find themselves in third place in the Bouchier Division with a record of 3-1-1. And play first place Peace River on Friday. Puck drop is 7:00 p.m.Advertisement The second period would see a parade to the penalty box for the Trackers as the home side would capitalize with the man advantage increasing their lead to 4-1. The Trackers would get outshot 16 to 10 in the middle frame.In the first three minutes of the third teams would trade goals as Aiden Craig-Steele would deposit a pass from Zury Reschke to make it 5-2. Connor Bowie would find the net 37 seconds after the home side would score 24 seconds after Craig- Steele’s goal to make it 6-3. Noah Lang picked up the only assist. The Trackers would outshot the Roughnecks 34-33.Goaltender Dakota Olsen would suffer his first loss of the season.Connor Bowie had two goals, while Aiden Craig-Steele scored once.Advertisement FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The NEBC & Yukon Trackers returned home after going 1-1-1 over the weekend.Friday nights game saw the Trackers play St. Albert and they would jump out to an early lead as Aiden Craige Steele opened the scoring just 54 seconds into the game. The lone assist would go to Connor Kindrat. Logan Kimmie would make it 2-0 at 10:11 of the first frame with an unassisted tally. Five minutes later Connor Bowie would find twine after being set up by John Herrington. Making it 3-0 with 5:27 remaining in the first. The home side would score two quick goals to cut the lead to 3-2 going into the first intermission. Goaltender was busy as he made 13 of 15 saves.The second period saw both teams exchange chances as the face paced game saw it’s first penalty at 16:28 by John Herrington. After allowing the tying goal the visitors would respond less than 30 seconds later on a goal by Curtis Hammond. Duncan Ross and Jayden Piket would get the helpers to make it 4-3 heading into the final 20 minutes of play. Shots after two were 21-13 in favour of the home side.- Advertisement -The third stanza saw the Trackers play on their heels as MacArthur was peppered with 18 shots. Only one of which found its way past him at the 10:21 mark. Logan Kimmie would score his second of the game less than two minutes later to put the Trackers up for good. That goal was assisted by Cayden Frenette. The Trackers would get outshot in the game by a 38 to 19 margin.Logan Kimmie lead the team with two goals, while Aiden Craig- Steele, Curtis Hammond and Connor Bowie all chipped in with one goal a piece.Saturday’s game in Leduc saw the Trackers play some undisciplined hockey as Connor Bowie would get the boys on the board with a powerplay goal with 1:03 remaining in the first, cutting the Roughnecks lead in half at 2-1. Connor Kindrat would get the lone assist on the goal. Goaltender Dakota Olsen stopped 11 shots while the Trackers fired 10 of their own on the Roughnecks netminder.Advertisement
Larry Cunningham scored 19 points for the Highlanders. Cunningham finished his career with 1,012 points, 12th on Riverside’s all-time list. UCI, which trailed by 18 points in the first half, took a 53-51 lead on Kelley’s basket. UCR’s Dedrick Bates made a free throw to narrow the deficit to one with 45 seconds left, then the Highlanders had two chances to win – but missed. Pacific 71, CSUN 54: Steffan Johnson and Reggie Vezia scored 16 points apiece to lead the Tigers (12-18). Solomon HorseChief added 12 points for the seventh-seeded Tigers (12-18), who broke a four-game losing streak and will play CS Fullerton in today’s quarterfinals. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! ANAHEIM – Mark Kelley scored with one minute to play to give UC Irvine a 53-52 victory over UC Riverside on Wednesday night in the first round of the Big West Conference Tournament. Patrick Sanders had 15 points and nine rebounds, and Nic Campbell added 10 points for the fifth-seeded Anteaters (14-17), who will face UC Santa Barbara in tonight’s quarterfinals.