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Scoreboard roundup — 3/16/17

first_imgiStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from yesterday’s sports events:NCAA BASKETBALL Final  Southern Cal   75  Providence   71 Final  UC Davis       67  NC Central   63INTERLEAGUE Final  Houston         8  Washington     2 Final  Detroit         8  Atlanta        6 Final  Minnesota       8  St. Louis      0 Final  Pittsburgh      6  Baltimore      5 Final  San Francisco   7  L.A. Angels    4 Final  L.A. Dodgers   12  Seattle        7 Final  N-Y Yankees     3  Philadelphia   1   AMERICAN LEAGUE Final  Boston          3  Tampa Bay     3 Final  Chi White Sox   7  Kansas City   3 Final  Texas          12  Cleveland    11   NATIONAL LEAGUE Final  Miami        6  N-Y Mets    2 Final  Cincinnati   8  San Diego   7 Final  Colorado     5  Milwaukee   4 Final  Arizona      7  Chi Cubs    3   NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Final  Dallas      112  Washington     107 Final  Indiana      98  Charlotte       77 Final  Utah         97  Detroit         83 Final  Miami       120  New Orleans    112 Final  Boston      117  Minnesota      104 Final  Portland    110  San Antonio    106 Final  Houston     139  L.A. Lakers    100 Final  Memphis      98  Chicago         91 Final  Sacramento  107  Phoenix        101 Final  Milwaukee    97  L.A. Clippers   96   NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Final  Philadelphia   4  Pittsburgh   0 Final  Boston         5  Calgary      2 Final  Colorado       3  Detroit      1 Final  Anaheim        2  St. Louis    1 Related Powered by WPeMaticolast_img read more

Bob does the double

first_imgPSC Golf from Mulligans LakesideTuesday, Feb. 15, Crystal Bay – StablefordTuesday was a visit to Crystal Bay, where our test was to be the B & C combination.  However the real test of the day was the weather with miserable, heavy rain making keeping grips dry impossible.  The rain was so heavy at one stage that it necessitated a delay as greens were unplayable. Bob Edwards (12) coped best with the conditions to record a solid 32 points, edging Allan Cassin (11) who signed for 31 points, pipping Monte Sykes (6) on count-back 11/10.   The count-back scores were a result of the wet conditions, as both had played good golf on the front 9.Tuesday’s top twosome of Allan and Bob relax at Mulligans Lakeside.Near Pins were spread around between Allan, Joel and Tony, who incidentally converted for a nice birdie 2.Thursday, Feb. 17, Treasure Hill – StablefordThursday saw the group travel north to Treasure Hill where we played from the white tees, making it a good test for the day.  Again it was Bob Edwards (12) leading the way with 35 points, shading Monte Sykes (6) into second on count-back 19/15.  That made 2 games this week Monte got edged on count-back.  He did gain his revenge however with winning 3 near pins, converting one for birdie 2, while K got the other one.Note:  Mulligans Lakeside plays golf generally on Tuesday & Thursday (we sometimes change to accommodate a Thai Holiday).  Presentations are made at the course on Tuesday, with Mulligans Lakeside hosting the Thursday presentation.  For more details on scheduling etc., please call 089 094 1841 or 081 935 8088.  Hope to see you there, Cheers & Good Golfing!last_img read more

Open heart and open home

first_imgBy Cam Lucadou-Wells Mick Morland, OAM, – Casey’s two-time-mayor with the iconic moustache – has been remembered as more than…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

Tough home crowd awaits Ireland Under 18 men in European semi-final on Saturday

first_imgThe boys in green stormed their way into the semi-final after topping Group A unbeaten with wins over Malta, Armenia, Monaco and Moldova during the week. Kosovo meanwhile came second in Group B after losing out by just one point to Group A toppers Cyprus, while winning out earlier in the week over San Marino and Gibraltar. A tough home crowd atmosphere awaits the Ireland Under 18 men’s basketball team on Saturday (July 28th) evening, as they go head-to-head with tournament hosts, Kosovo, in the semi-final of the FIBA Under 18 European Championship Division C. Looking ahead to tomorrow’s showdown, Ireland head coach Paul Kelleher stated: “Going in against the host nation is always a tough ask. The crowd so far have helped Kosovo pull through in many tough situations, but we have been very composed in our preparation and in the tournament so far.“We know we have done a lot of good things well, but we also know that we have certain things that we need to improve upon, and hopefully tomorrow, all of that will come together and we will come out on top.”Following their unbeaten run through the group stages, the Irish squad are featuring prominently on the tournament stats. Galway’s Paul Kelly is leading the tournament stats for assists, placing number one in the championships, while Neptune’s David Murray has been one of the team’s top performers throughout their games so far, currently in fourth place in the overall tournament’s top scorers – averaging 22.9 points per game – and also in the top five for rebounds.Meanwhile Limerick’s Nathan Moore is in fourth position in the overall rankings for most three-point shots made, following on from a superb shooting game against Moldova that saw him finish with eight three-pointers.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

Excitement As New Special Olympics Young Athlete Club Opens Its Doors

first_imgSOYA, which was launched nationally last year, alsointroduces the children to fundamental movement skills such as throwing,catching, jumping and balancing. The benefits of physical activity are well known and thebenefits of the Young Athlete Programme go far beyond play and sport.•             Helpschildren learn how to communicate and interact with each other •             Promotesthe development of learning and self-help skills•             Introduceschildren and their parent’s to the Special Olympics and a support network•             Prepareschildren for joining a Special Olympics Club in the future•             Fostersan interest in sport and physical activityWhat does every child want? The chance to kick a ball, tothrow it well, to share that success with family members. What does every childwith intellectual disabilities want? The exact same thing.Children learn how to play with others and develop importantskills for learning. Children also learn to share, take turns and followdirections. These skills help children in family, community and schoolactivities. Young Athletes is a fun way for children to get fit. It isimportant to teach children healthy habits while they are young. This can setthe stage for a life of physical activity, friendships and learning. SpecialOlympics research found that children participating in Young Athletesexperienced a seven-month gain in motor skills as well as a four-monthadvantage in development at a follow-up appointment.The club is always looking for more volunteers to getinvolved and no experience is needed. If you would like to volunteer at theclub or become a member you can contact them on Facebook @GalwaySOYA, or emailgalwaysoyaclub@gmail.com .#PlayUnifiedprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email A new club for budding young athletes has opened up inLakeview School, Galway. Galway Special Olympics Young Athletes Club welcomeschildren and their families into the world of Special Olympics by showing howall children can be valued for their talents and abilities. The Young AthletesProgramme is a play and sport activity for children from 4-7 years with anintellectual disability and introduces them to a wide range of play activitiesin a familiar, supportive and fun environment. Due to the large number ofchildren wishing to attend, they run two sessions each Saturday – one from10-11am and one from 11am-12pm. We invite you to Come and Try any Saturday.Parents and guardians also take part in the sessions which is led by qualifiedcoaches. last_img read more

Cork, Down, Galway and Tipperary stars in the running for inaugural ‘Lidl Breaks Moment…

first_imgSTARS from Cork, Down, Galway and Tipperary are in the running for the very first ‘Lidl Breaks Moment of the Month’ award. This new initiative is showcasing selected moments from the opening four rounds of the 2020 Lidl National Leagues, covering the opening round in January, and the month of February. You can vote for your favourite moment across the LGFA’s social media channels by clicking on the preferred link below (Twitter/Facebook/Instagram)TwitterFacebookInstagramMagic moment A is Ailbhe Davoren’s stunning goal for Galway against Dublin, while Magic Moment B is a superb save from Down goalkeeper Shannon O’Reilly in their match against Roscommon.Magic Moment C is history in the making, as Orla Finn registered the very first score by a Cork Senior player at Páirc Uí Chaoimh, and Magic Moment D is Aishling Moloney’s point as Tipperary secured a draw against Dublin in Round 1 of the Lidl National League.Voting will remain open until 9am on Monday, March 9, with the winner to be announced later that day.The winning player will receive a Lidl Breaks two-night hotel stay and dinner for two.To find out more about Lidl breaks, visit https://lidl-breaks.ie/#SeriousSupportprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

Luiz says Spurs stunned Chelsea with new system… and here’s how

first_imgDAVID LUIZ has blamed Chelsea’s loss to Tottenham at the weekend on Spurs shocking them with a new system.The Blues were battered 3-1 at Wembley with the Brazilian defender, 31, directly at fault for two of the goals.3 David Luiz claims Spurs stunned Chelsea with a tactical tweakCredit: PA:Empics SportWhile Luiz admitted Chelsea “played badly”, he added they were left stunned by Tottenham’s high-pressure style early on.The ex-Paris Saint-Germain star said: “I think they played very well, we did not play very well, I think we played very badly.“We were surprised by their first 15 minutes, when they came with a different system, with high pressure.”And everything was happening, every challenged ball was theirs, they were pushing us back, they got both goals.”3 Tottenham ripped Chelsea to shreds with an up-tempo styleCredit: GettyLuiz went on to blame an all-round terrible performance for the defeat but says they will learn from the loss.He added: “I think in all aspects we did not do well. Both in the defensive aspect, in the collective, the attackers being the first defenders.”As in creation, we did not create as much as we normally create. We did not have the ball possession as we usually do.”I think on the whole we had a sad night where we could not find ourselves in the match.Tottenham 3-1 Chelsea: Spurs thrash the Blues at Wembley with Heung-min Son the standout performer MORE CHELSEA STORIESmighty fine brosRyan Thomas gets parking ticket on £285k Rolls Royce as bros ride bikesExclusiveRETURN TRIPRyan, Adam and Scott Thomas handed second series of their ITV travel seriesteetotalLove Island’s Scott Thomas reveals he nearly lost his business over love of boozeTHOMAS AND TEDDYAdam Thomas and son Teddy model new George at Asda range for Father’s Day’lockdown baby’Holly Willoughby praises Ryan Thomas’ ‘sweet’ eight-week-old baby RomanFAMILY TIESAdam Thomas confronts absent dad in new doc with brothers Ryan and Scott’smashed it’Adam Thomas’s wife cries as he sings & plays the piano for 30th birthdayExclusiveOUR HEROESAdam Thomas giving NHS staff free food amid coronavirus crisisPOSTMAN ADAMI’m A Celeb’s Adam Thomas turns delivery driver to keep his restaurant afloatExclusiveMaking it in ManchesterRyan, Adam and Scott Thomas are set to star in a new reality show3 David Luiz had a poor game, gifting Tottenham two goalsCredit: EPA“We must be humble enough to admit that we didn’t play a great game, that Tottenham won the game.”But also the awareness of knowing that we have been doing a great job, this is first defeat of the season, and we have to take what we did today to learn and grow.”Meanwhile, Dele Alli confirmed Tottenham’s change in tactics, revealing Mauricio Pochettino ordered him to get into Jorginho all game long.Alli said: “We knew Jorginho is a big part of them playing out from the back and dominating possession. He’s obviously a very good player and likes getting on the ball.“We thought that if we could stop that —  and we wanted to win the ball up high —  so I wanted to be as close to him as possible to make sure that we did win the ball up high, break early and create the chances we did.”Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri lays in to his players and says they have ‘a lot of problems’ after Spurs losslast_img read more