5Dunkerque HB300366:810 Does Julen Aginagalde shoot from 7m in Kielce? Recommended for you hartza0 15. October 2013. at 18:15 2THW Kiel330094:866 leftw 16. October 2013. at 19:25 @hartza0 yes, aginagalde scored 4 goals from 7m ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsAfter VIve TArgi Kielce won match of the Polish league against Wisla Plock in “Orlen Arena” last week, the same success team of Bogdan Wenta repeat in their EHF Champions League clash – 30:28 (16:17). In front of 5400 fans Polish champions beat vice-champion in thight match. Spanish line player Aguinagalde showed how big signing is with 9 goals, while in domestic team Petar Nenadic scored 7…Wisła: Sego, Wichary – Nikcević 2, Jurkiewicz 3, Toromanović 1, Nenadić 7, Lijewski 4, Ghionea 5/2, Wiśniewski 5, Syprzak 1, Kwiatkowski.Vive: Szmal, Losert – Strlek 5, Jurecki 3, Grabarczyk, Lijewski 5, Zorman 1, Cupić 2, Musa 2, Aguinagalde 9/5, Chrapkowski 2, Tkaczyk, Buntić 1.Porto – THW Kiel 26:29Dunkerque HB – KIF Kolding 18:20STANDINGS: German trio and Wisla Plock for EHF European League 2021 trophy New Polish wave flooded Brazil Certainly – he rarely misses. In my opinion, right now he scores penalties much better than Cupić and should be the first to score. Madlen 17. October 2013. at 19:57 3KIF Kolding320171:674 hartza0 – Yes, he does. 4Orlen Wisła Płock310289:892 Xavi Sabate: French attack or Swedish defense? Eternal class of Raul Entrerrios 6 Comments Like I said last week, no changes from last year. 1Vive Targi Kielce330098:746 ShareTweetShareShareEmail 6FC Porto Vitalis300370:910 Madlen 16. October 2013. at 18:06 6 Comments hartza0 17. October 2013. at 15:53 OK, thanks. I think it is the first time that Julen shoot 7 meters and it seems he does it very well, doesn’t it? Miko 14. October 2013. at 22:03 Related Items:handball, handball derby, Orlen Wisla Plock, Polish Handball, Vive Targi Kielce Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
President Muhammadu Buhari has appointed Governor Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos as a member of the Federal Government delegation to the FIFA 2018 World Cup in Russia.The Minister of Youth and Sports, Solomon Dalung, made the announcement when he led a delegation of the International Paralympics Committee (IPC) on a visit to the governor.Dalung said that President Muhammadu Buhari approved Ambode as one of the Federal delegation to lead and represent him and other Nigerians in Russia at the World Cup.“The president’s approval of Ambode as a member of the delegation is borne out of the conviction that he is one of the governors that has invested heavily in sports development.“Nigeria as a country is in the bid to host an international Paralympic Championships in Lagos, come 2019, and as part of the requirements for qualification.“The international delegation is in Nigeria to also conduct training and inspect facilities“The international delegation was sent to Nigeria to conduct training for the leadership of the Nigerian Para Powerlifting Federation (NPPF) and stakeholders on the responsibilities of the hosting rights for the 2019 World Power Paralympics Championship.,’’ he said.Ambode in response praised the president for appointing him as one of the delegates.
By Don DiFrancescoLAGRANGE, OHIO – When Cloverleaf’s Kodey Trent scored on a 30-yard sweep play with 11:13 left in the fourth quarter, it looked like the Colts were in business. They took a 21-7 lead, and had held Keystone scoreless since midway through the second quarter.But the Wildcats were not ready to give up quite yet.After an exchange of punts, Keystone’s offense suddenly came to life. Senior quarterback Jacob Shackelford finished off a 70-yard drive with a 2-yard touchdown run to cut the Cloverleaf lead to 7 with 5:25 to play. The key play of the drive was a 26-yard pass from Jacob to his freshman brother, Ryne Shackelford. Good coverage on the subsequent kickoff had Cloverleaf bottled up inside their 10-yard line. Three plays gained zero yards, so the Colts lined up to punt. And then—disaster. The ball was mishandled at the line of scrimmage and when the bodies were unpiled, Keystone had possession, first and goal at the Cloverleaf 9-yard line.Two plays later Shackelford scored on a 3-yard run, making the score Cloverleaf 21, Keystone 20. Wildcats Coach Don Griswold called time out, and the decision was made to go for two. It turned out to be the right call as Shackelford connected with sophomore receiver Evan Maiden to take the lead, 22-21.Cloverleaf had 2:33 to mount a comeback, but Shackelford was Johnny-on-the-spot again, this time from the defensive backfield. He picked off a pass from Colts’ quarterback Brody Stallings and took it all the way in for a touchdown—his third score within a span of 3:04. Final score: Keystone 29, Cloverleaf 21.Cloverleaf 7 0 7 7 = 21Keystone 0 7 0 22 = 291st QuarterCloverleaf Brody Stallings, 2 run (Logan Tierney kick)2nd QuarterKeystone Ryne Shackelford, 3 pass from Jacob Shackelford (Zac Marsh kick)3rd QuarterCloverleaf Kodey Trent, 24 pass from Stallings (Tierney kick)4th QuarterCloverleaf Trent, 30 run (Tierney kick)Keystone J. Shackelford, 2 run (Marsh kick)Keystone J. Shackelford, 3 run (Evan Maiden, pass from J. Shackelford)Keystone J. Shackelford, 38 interception return (Marsh kick) Related TopicsCloverleaf ColtsfeaturedKeystone Wildcats NEO HS Staff
Flying Eagles Training in GermanyThe Flying of Eagles of Nigeria will put up their trainingcamp in Germany ahead of the FIFA 2019 U20 World Cup in Poland, the teamofficials have revealed. Prior to the 2015 U20 World Cup in New Zealand, the Flying Eagles pitched their tents in Nuremberg, a city in the Germany’s Federal state of Bavaria. Former Coach Manu Garba was reported to have chosen Germanyas the Eagles’ training camp considering the similarity of the weather withthat of New Zealand. Earlier in the week, Coach Paul Aigbogun’s men were pitted in Group D alongside Qatar, USA and Ukraine ahead of the competition in Poland. Nigeria will open their 12th campaign at the quadrennialcontest against Qatar on May 24. RelatedFIFA U20 WC: Pinnick Charges Flying Eagles to go for Gold in PolandMay 17, 2019In “FIFA”FIFA U20 World Cup: Flying Eagles Have Proved Themselves, Says Official as Team Head to Camp in Germany (AUDIO)April 27, 2019In “Nigeria”FIFA U20 WC: I Can’t Wait to Make Coach Aigbogun Proud in Poland – MakanjuolaMay 14, 2019In “FIFA”
Chelsea ace Michael Essien has tipped the Black Stars as huge favourites to win the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations which begins on 21 January.The 29-year-old believes the Black Stars’ mix of veterans and new blood – a combination which saw them almost bag a place in the 2010 World Cup semi-finals – could well give them the edge.“The Ghanaian team is full of experienced tournament players mixed with hungry young players and that is a very good combination for this year’s African Cup,” he said in an interview.“There is captain John Mensah, Asamoah Gyan, Andre Ayew and Sulley Muntari among many other players“This team knows how to play at tournaments and nearly made the semi-final at the last World Cup.“They are a proper unit and play for the nation and that’s why I fancy them to make the final and probably win it.” Essien also described teams Mali and Senegal as “surprise packages”, with the presence of experienced players in both countries threatening to upset the odds.The midfielder is recovering from a knee injury and should be ready for action in the middle of this month.
Kyle Smith’s last-lap pass made him the $1,350 IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car winner at Port Royal Speedway’s Keystone Challenge. (Photo by Christi Baker)PORT ROYAL, Pa. (Oct. 7) – Kyle Smith traveled from Massachusetts to win Port Royal Speedway’s Keystone IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car Challenge Saturday night.The victory came as part of the Blue Collar Classic and Smith became the 18th different winner in 37 PASS events in 2017.Smith surged over the final five laps to reign in Tyler Reeser and swoop past for the $1,350 win in the final two turns of the 25-lap feature event.Feature results – 1. Kyle Smith; 2. Tyler Reeser; 3. Darren Miller; 4. Nick Sweigart; 5. Ken Duke Jr.; 6. Zach Newlin; 7. Jeff Geiges; 8. Drew Ritchey; 9. Scott Lutz; 10. Jeff Miller; 11. Austin Bishop; 12. Dave Brown Jr.; 13. Tim Tanner Jr.; 14. Jaremi Hanson; 15. Rick Stief; 16. Scott Ellerman; 17. Greg Dobrosky; 18. Scott Frack; 19. Samantha Lieberman; 20. Kassidy Kreitz; 21. Dylan Schatzer; 22. Cale Reigle; 23. Mark Watkins; 24. Sidney Prince.
Photo by Allen Kee / ESPN Images(PORT SAINT LUCIE, Fla.) — Tim Tebow’s spring training debut didn’t go quite the way he wanted it, but the former football player turned outfielder isn’t ready to quit.Getting a start in the New York Mets’ game against the Boston Red Sox on Wednesday, Tebow went hitless in three at-bats, hitting into a double play and striking out twice. He did reach base once, on a hit-by-pitch, but was immediately doubled off base on a line drive out.Tebow played designated hitter and hit eighth in the lineup.Tebow briefly questioned the home plate umpire on each of his strikeouts, saying later that he questioned whether the pitches weren’t outside the strike zone.“I think I learned a lot of things,” Tebow said. “Just getting in there and seeing pitches for the first time, competing.” “I felt okay, put some good swings when I swung. You just learn. It was the first day for me, getting a chance to compete, and I’ll learn a lot from it,” he added.Before his first plate appearance, Tebow walked around home plate over to the Boston Red Sox on-deck circle. He was quickly waved back to the Mets’ side of the field. Tebow later explained that he thought that as a left-handed hitter, he was supposed to be on that side of the field.Red Sox pitcher Rick Porcello said he wasn’t bothered by the incident. “I didn’t know who that was,” he explained. “I thought it was a ballboy.”Tebow is expected to get another start in the Mets’ spring training game on Friday. Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Related
IPGC golf from The HavenMonday, July 15, The Emerald – StablefordCSS 721st Markku Tynell (22) 37pts2nd Allen Raaen (9) 37pts 3rd Hal Hart (20) 35pts4th Peter Buckley (19) 34pts5th Alwyne Burley (15) 33pts6th Danny Greer (25) 33pts7th Shuichi Kodaka (17) 33pts After the short and extremely wet previous week it was good to get back to something like normal golf, although the competitions at The Emerald are still held under the special tournament rule of ‘lift and place’ in the fairways due to the infiltration of the fairways by crab grass and even though the course was still suffering from the effects of the rainy weather, the scores attested that the conditions were good.Markku Tynell.Markku Tynell started off what was to be a very good week with a win but needed to take the count back, which he did with an outstanding back-nine of four under handicap after starting slowly and thus consigning Allen Raaen to second place after scoring 17 to 22 from Markku. Markku finished off the round with a gross birdie four on the last hole that netted four of those points to seal the win which matched Allen’s birdie on the same hole but three dropped shots on the 17th for a zero return cost the latter the win.Hal Hart continued with his recent steady play, taking third spot two behind the leaders but he also dropped points on the last three holes, taking just two points from them and waving goodbye to his chances of another win.Peter Buckley had eight points after four holes with a blob on the third but kept at it to finish with seventeen points on both nines and take fourth place ahead of a three-way count back for fifth. This was won by Alwyne Burley whose 20 pushed Danny Greer down to sixth after he ended the inward half with 17 points, and Shuichi Kodaka seventh with 14, after he had looked a possible winner after nine.Once again there were no 2’s in either division.Wednesday, July 17, Bangpra – StablefordCSS 73Division 1 (0-15)1st Graham Davis (8) 38pts2nd Tom Britt (9) 34pts3rd Mike Dabanovich (12) 31ptsDivision 2 (16+)1st Tom McCarthy (21) 33pts2nd Don Everett (20) 31pts3rd Markku Tynell (22) 29pts Allen Raaen.A big turnout meant the formation of two divisions again with the cut coming at 15 and below for the first division as many of the old faces took the opportunity to play one of the best liked courses and the oldest in the area. It is never easy to score well here though and on this day the tees had been set well back with the shortest hole on the day measuring 184 yards on the card but playing even longer. A proper measurement of the length would have perhaps shown a course of around 6700 plus yards and therefore it was unsurprising that the CSS for the day moved out to 73.This underlined the fine effort of Graham Davis whose 38 points took the first division top spot, and equated to three under handicap, to head a field that contained many single figure players.Tom Britt one of those single handicap men took second place after staring slowly, scoring just one point on the first two holes, then settled down and finished strongly which left returnee Mike Dabanovich, who hadn’t seen a golf course for the last six weeks amongst the sand dunes, in third.The second division found the course a much tougher proposition, with Tom McCarthy running out the winner after turning in a three over handicap return which was good enough by two. This was after he had started explosively with a par for four points on the first but then sadly took a zero on the par three second, as did many others on the day as they found the hole teed up at almost two hundred yards and a little too difficult to handle, in fact there was only one par recorded on it from the whole field.Graham Davis.Don Everett took second place ahead of Markku Tynell’s second podium finish for the week.Both the ‘2’s pools grew in size as once more the very long par threes defeated everyone, refusing to give up any birdies.Prior to the prize giving there were welcomes for new members Tom Britt, Russell Spratt from the USA, and also for Michael Marchant and Richard Dudley Smith from OZ holidaying in Thailand and playing golf trying to forget all other sports for the time being but were very pleased to have the opportunity to at least view the urn once again.Friday, July 19, Plutaluang N & W – StablefordCSS 72Division 1 (0-15)1st Allen Raaen (9) 38pts2nd Russell Spratt (8) 37pts3rd Tom Britt (9) 37ptsDivision 2 (16+)1st Hal Hart (20) 34pts2nd Mick Bogunovich (32) 32pts3rd Markku Tynell (22) 31ptsThe first division was led in today by Allen Raaen with his second round under handicap for the week but he needed to finish strongly, which he did, scoring 20 points over the inward half to deny Russell Spratt his first win out of Soi 13 by a single point.Russell took second after a count back over playing partner Tom Britt, which he won with a better 19 to 16 after Tom had scored freely on the opening nine but waned badly on the last four holes, claiming just three points from them. Also in contention was Graham Davis who had a very creditable two over round that showed no zeros, but unfortunately not enough threes.Hal Hart bettered his previous podium placing by two as he won the second division with a steady two over handicap round which left Mike Bogunovich in second and Markku Tynell, placing for the third time in the week, in third.At last both the ‘2’s pools were taken as Allen Raaen and Tom Britt shared the first and Shuichi Kodaka took the second division, negating the chances of the treasurer doing a bunk with a sack full of loot. Shuichi was quoted as saying he would now be able to stay a further four weeks this trip but Tom and Allen were too inebriated to give any interviews to the reporting staff who arrived late on the scene.Back at The Haven, without the usual Emcee who was on his annual holidays for two days in Koh Chang, and possibly the reason that the numbers of players competing reached the highest level of the low season, Trevor Schirmer did the honours and announced the winners.Having claimed the longest drive prize but then found he needed to share it with Al Rolnik and Terry Hodgkiss, he welcomed back Al Rolnik from an extended holiday in the USA together with Vincent Gras and Ron Kerslake from the Northern Territories, Mick Bogunovich from PI here for a short rest and Johnny Clements, taking time off from his singing tour of Thailand.There were also farewells for John Carling, Peter Buckley, Tom Britt and Russell Spratt after which Trevor was looking distinctly parched but was well appreciated by the throng as opposed to the usual old stuff they were used to hearing.Note: If you would like to play with The Haven group, you can contact mobile 082 219 0965 or call in to The Haven Hotel, at 185 Soi 13, between Beach Road and 2nd Road. All transportation to the course is arranged and you do not need to sign up prior to the day, but you should be there by 8.15 on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday on the days that you wish to play. A schedule of courses to be played can be found on our web site at www.thehaven-hotel.com.
“We don’t mind who we face, what mattered was reaching the final. Barca have firepower and experience but we have to bring out our virtues, if we do, anything can happen.” The Athletic Club coach was speaking after his team saw off Espanyol 2-0 at Cornella, to reach the final. Ernesto Valverde says that Barcelona are favourites to win the Copa del Rey, but insists his side can earn a victory. Rik Sharma “I’m sure that we are going to bring a lot more people than Barcelona but I don’t want to enter into issues which concern the board,” he explained. “They are the favourites, obviously,” he said. CET Upd. at 19:59 05/03/2015 Valverde said that he didn’t mind where the game will be played, as long as there’s enough room for all of Athletic Club’s fans. “The more fans that can come to watch us, the better.”
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