Upd. at 23:55 It was not a comfortable victory because the hosts played well, despite defender Tano suffering a double leg break early in the game after a challenge with Isco. Sport EN Eventually Madrid went ahead again when Isco finished neatly after Benzema ran into trouble in the box and the ball broke loose for the midfielder to latch on to. 11/02/2017 CET Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring with a drilled effort that Salvatore Sirigu should have saved, before Sergio Leon got the hosts level with a neat dink over Keylor Navas. Lucas Vazquez rounded things up with a late chip as Madrid eventually shook off the hosts and sealed their win. Karim Benzema missed a huge chance before the break with Sirigu denying him from close range, while Navas denied Leon from an angle. Real Madrid went back top of La Liga as they saw off Osasuna at El Sadar.
Flooding on the Nelson waterfront along with the worst June for rain on record has put the Nelson Mixed Slopitch League underwater this season.“It’s been a very trying season,” league spokesperson R.J. Warren told The Nelson Daily.“We played out first game since June 15 on July 3.”“Instead of Lakeside Ball Diamonds we’re calling them Lake Diamonds,” Warren added.The league started the season in May with 17 teams. The season was moving along briskly until June’s rains wiped most of the games.Then came the flooding along the Nelson waterfront, which cost the league even more games.The results forced the league reps to move games to Queen Elizabeth Park — two games are played each evening.Warren said league reps held a meeting to determine when, and where, the playoff tournament would be played — Salmo, Mount Sentinel or Queen Elizabeth Park.The result was an eight-to-eight vote split, which one team already folding for the season due to the cancellations.“We’re going to play the tournament at Queen Elizabeth,” said Warren.The tournament, originally set for July 20-22, begins Sunday, July 15 with preliminary round games.The Final is set for Sunday, July 22.Hopefully it doesn’t rain.
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DEANO Larkin struck late to give ten-man Bonagee United a dramatic win over Finn Harps Reserves at chilly Dry Arch Park in the bmcsports Ulster Senior League.Bonagee United 2 Finn Harps Reserves 1By Chris McNulty at Dry Arch Park With the game clock almost in the red, Larkin finished from Michael Funston’s free kick with just a minute of normal time to go.Larkin, who had come in as a substitute late in the first half, rose to head home at the back post after Funston was adjudged to have been fouled in the shadows of the stand.Bonagee played for an hour with reduced numbers after MIcheál Doherty was sent off on the half-hour.Doherty was booked for dissent nine minutes previously. Having been taken down by the out-rushing Harps goalkeeper Eoin McGing, as the Bonagee attacker skipped past, Doherty felt the punishment for the visiting net minder ought to have been greater than a caution. For his protests, Doherty entered the notebook and he was sent for an early shower following a foul on Pat Loughrey soon after.Jason Gibson’s side were ahead by that stage. Jordan Armstrong scored a wonderful solo goal after four minutes. Armstrong set off from the left-hand side, weaving away before sending a cracking effort high beyond McGing for the lead.Ryan Rainey headed over as Bonagee began well, but Harps saw Corey McBride hit the inside of the post and Loughrey’s follow-up was gathered by Eugene Ferry.Finn Harps ReservesFive minutes before the break, Harps drew level. Gabriel Aduaka made the most of a slip by Gareth Breslin and fed McBride, who tucked home into the far corner.In first half stoppage time, Ferry palmed away from Ronan Gallagher and beat away the rebound by McBride with his legs. Loughrey tested Ferry early in the second half, while sub Luke Rudden riffled wide from a good position as Harps owned the ball in stages.Mark Harkin connected to a Rainey free, but his header was too close to McGing.Joel Bradley-Walsh called Ferry into again late in the game, but the Bonagee ‘keeper was equal to the attempt.Just when it seemed as if a share of the spoils would ensue, Larkin stepped up with a precious winner for Bonagee. Bonagee United: Eugene Ferry, Jamie Lynagh (Deano Larkin 43), Mark Harkin, Gareth Breslin, Emmet Friel, Dan O’Donnell, Sean Hume, Michael Funston, Micheál Doherty, Jordan Armstrong, Ryan Rainey.Finn Harps Reserves: Eoin McGing, Lee McLaughlin, Daragh Ellison, Keelin McGill, Joel Bradley-Walsh, Jack Doherty, Gabriel Aduaka (Jack Mulhern 74), Ronan Gallagher (Conor Black 83), Rian Akpitemyi (Luke Rudden 48), Corey McBride, Pat Loughrey (Jordan Gallagher 71).Referee: Marty McGarrigleUSL – Late Larkin gives Bonagee dramatic win over Harps Reserves was last modified: October 26th, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare 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:Corey McBrideDaragh EllisonDeano LarkinDry Arch ParkEoin McGingEugene FerryFinn Harps ReservesJason GibsonJoel Bradley-WalshJordan ArmstrongMichael FunstonUlster Senior League
The Smoky Mountain High School Lady Mustangs raced to a 62 to 40 point win over the East Henderson High School Lady Eagles on Tuesday night. Taryn Ledford led the Lady Mustangs with 20 points including eight points from the field, six from the free throw line and six from three point range. Shea Sutton added twelve points including six from the free throw line. The Lady Eagles showed an improved defense close t the basket from their center and forward positions which slowed the Mustangs inside attack therefore Jimayah McCollum was limited to six points from the field and two from the free throw line. Taylor Douthitt and Reanna Lehman scored six each from their forward positions. Also scoring was Marissa Ellsworth with five, Andrea Floyd with three, and Shelby Banks with two. The Lady Mustangs improved to a 10 and one season record. The Mustangs next game will be a noon on December 29th when they host A.C.Reynolds.For the Mustangs boys varsity the third tight game in five days and back to back nights proved too much for the Mustang boys team. After going down to the wire to get a win at Franklin on Friday, then battling the entire game only to loose to Swain by four on Monday night, then running into an improved East Henderson team the lead changed teams like a pendulum all night with neither team getting a lead greater than five. At the end of one quarter the Mustangs trailed 18 to 17, it was the Mustangs up by two 37 to 35 at the half and went up 52 to 48 at the end of three and the final went to East Henderson 72 to 70. Tyler Waliezer who scored 13 against Franklin, 22 against Swain on Monday was held to five points on Tuesday. Tommy Brennan who had been getting between fifteen and 20 points per game led the offense with twenty points. Gage Kosnick had his better game of the season with a twelve point performance. Nate Coffee had a seven point night, Cole Lamb scored five . Scoring four points were Jared Hughes and Nate Crowe. Zeb Sink and Trey Hamilton chipped in with three points each and Andrew Cobaugh had two points. East Henderson was led by Daniel Parker with 20 points. The Mustangs will have a week to rest up before taking on A.C. Reynolds on December 29th.
BCCI chief Jagmohan Dalmiya’s grandson Aditya was on Thursday produced before Juvenile Justice Board after he was arrested for alleged assault and threat issued to the traffic cops in Kolkata yesterday.Aditya, a 10th standard student, was returning home after his football practice session when his driver Zakir Hossain violated a traffic rule near Kalikapur on EM Bypass. The driver, who has been remanded to Judicial custody, had initially parked the vehicle in a no-parking zone that led to an intervention by Traffic Police Sergeant Sujoy Pramanik and Sub-inspector Amlan Bhattacharya.When asked to come out of the vehicle, the duo allegedly got into an altercation with the cops and Dalmiya’s grandson threatened the police officials flaunting his links and antecedents.An FIR was also lodged against them at the Garfa police station for attacking the police officials. A counter FIR was also lodged by Baishali, daughter of the BCCI chief, against the policemen for attacking the driver.
Valverde casts doubt on Barcelona futureby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveBarcelona coach Ernesto Valverde has cast doubt on his future with the club.Speaking to the club’s official TV channel, the Barcelona boss gave a review of the major events surrounding the Catalan club over the last 12 months.”Who knows?” responded Valverde when asked about next season. “I never think too far ahead, I want everybody to happy with my job.”He added: “If you do not win LaLiga, everyone will look at the coach. “I look to meet our objectives and, as we have so much left (of the season), we will see what happens.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say
Categories: Cox News,News 27Jan Livonia residents invited to February office hours with Rep. Laura Cox State Rep. Laura Cox invites Livonia-area residents to meet with her during office hours on Friday, Feb. 12 from 1 to 2 p.m.“I encourage everyone to bring their thoughts and considerations on Michigan’s state government, and I look forward to helping in any way that I can,” Rep. Cox said.Office hours will be held at the Livonia Civic Library, located at 32777 Five Mile Road.Residents unable to attend office hours are invited to contact Rep. Cox’s office by phone at 517-373-3920, or by email at [email protected]###