BACOLOD City – A rape suspect wasarrested in Barangay 2 Poblacion, Kabankalan City, Negros Occidental. Judge Rodney Magbanua of the RegionalTrial Court Branch 61 in Kabankalan City issued the warrant dated Oct. 26,2019. No bail bond was recommended forBardoc’s temporary liberty./PN The 45-year-old laborer Danilo Bardocof Barangay Daug, Hinobaan, Negros Occidental was caught on the strength of anarrest warrant around 2:20 p.m. on Monday, a police report showed. The suspect was detained in the lockupfacility of the Kabankalan City police station.
Yesterday I did an article on the practice of hiring men to officiate high school games over women even when the woman would be equal or better than the man. This is the case for Pam Shively of East Central who is in much better condition and ability to referee high school boys games than many of her male counterparts. I recently had a conversation with Pam, and she related the reluctance of most schools to give her the opportunity to referee boys games.Pam not only referees basketball games, but she also is an accomplished official for volleyball. She is a starter for both cross country and track meets. When Pam is hired to do any of these events, you can bet that she is as prepared as any official can be. Because of age and physical condition, many of her male counterparts cannot keep up with the pace of today’s basketball games. Pam is able to do this because she is still very active as a physical education teacher and participant in adult sports.I hope Pam is given the opportunity to do boys games before she gets discouraged and does not keep up her license to officiate men’s contests. Pam is also an accomplished collegiate official. Keep it up, Pam!
Greensburg, IN—On Tuesday, September 17, troopers from the Indiana State Police-Versailles Post began investigating the theft of a large tractor and farm implements from southwest Decatur County. The stolen items were recovered but the investigators are asking for the public’s help in locating the people responsible for the theft.Troopers were called to the location of County Road 600 South and County Road 1000 West in Decatur County at approximately 9:00 am on Tuesday after a Case 435 Quadtrac tractor was stolen from a field in that area that morning. The tractor was connected to two farm implements at the time of the theft and those implements were also stolen.On Wednesday, September 18, after receiving a tip from the public, troopers located the tractor on County Road 420 West near Downeyville in rural Decatur County. The two farm implements were located on Thursday, September 19, near Zenas in rural Jennings County with the assistance of an Indiana State Police helicopter.The Indiana State Police continues to investigate the theft and is asking the public’s help in locating the person or persons responsible for the theft. Due to the size of the tractor, investigators believe the suspect may have had prior experience in operating similar equipment.Anyone with information about the theft is urged to call Master Trooper Rob Ewing, Indiana State Police-Versailles Post at (812)689-5000.
FORMER women’s Test player Mel Jones has been appointed to fill the vacant director’s role on Cricket Australia’s (CA) board.CA on Wednesday confirmed Jones’ elevation as Victoria’s nominee, which makes her the first former female player to become a state-appointed director.The move officially ends the chapter of one of the most tumultuous periods in the board’s history.Chairman Earl Eddings had been the previous Victorian nominee, but moved to fill one of the three independent roles earlier this year.That came after he lost the backing of his state when he took over from David Peever as the game’s chair amid the fallout from the cultural review last year.Mark Taylor and Bob Every are two others to have stood down in the past 15 months.However Jones’ appointment now returns the board to its full complement of nine, with six state-nominated directors and three independents.“Mel has been an active and inspiring part of the cricket fabric for many years and we are privileged to have her join the board,” Eddings said.“Australian cricket has been undergoing significant change over the past two years and I’ve no doubt Mel’s experience on and off the field will be an asset to the team as we move into our next phase.“Mel’s commitment to the game and her advocacy, particularly for women in sport, will only bolster our continued focus on advancing cricket to be the number one sport for women and girls.”Jones played five Tests and 61 one-dayers for Australia, winning two World Cups.She has remained in the game and filled various sports administration roles since her international retirement in 2005, including in indigenous communities, schools, women’s and pathways cricket.She is also one of the most prominent commentators on the global circuit.“I have much admiration for the work that has been undertaken over the past 18 months in particular, an incredibly challenging time for cricket, and testament to its place in the hearts of Australians,” Jones said.(AAP)
Facebook Twitter Google+ Just as quickly as Syracuse received a breath of life, it gave it right back.After pouncing on a mishandled punt, the Orange was set up at the Florida State 21-yard line with a chance to cut the Seminoles’ lead from 18 points to two scores.AJ Long, as steady as he’d been to that point of the game, reminded everyone he’s still a freshman. Facing pressure, he threw a pass that FSU’s Nate Andrews picked off and the Carrier Dome groaned as another scoring opportunity for SU was lost.The Orange did snap a string of 100-plus minutes without scoring a touchdown on Saturday afternoon, but it wasn’t enough. SU’s (2-4, 0-2 Atlantic Coast) youth took the team a step in the right direction, yet the recurrence of missed opportunities shot down any chance the Orange had of staging an upset in a 38-20 loss to the No. 1 Seminoles (6-0, 4-0).Florida State and Jameis Winston flexed their muscle and powered through SU for the victory, spoiling Tim Lester’s debut as SU offensive coordinator before a gathering of 43,295 in the Carrier Dome.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“I really believed we could beat this team,” SU head coach Scott Shafer said, “and we didn’t get that done today.”But, considering all that’s happened in the last three weeks, the discussion of missed chances — and not embarrassment at the hands of the nation’s top-ranked team — is a positive in itself.After Austin Wilson threw an interception on SU’s first drive, the Orange settled for a field goal after three failed attempts at the end zone from inside the 10 on Long’s first collegiate drive under center. On the first play of the next drive, Durell Eskridge dropped an interception on a deep ball from Winston, who then made SU pay by leading the Seminoles down the field for a 17-3 edge.“You can put them up against anyone,” SU cornerback Julian Whigham said.Midway through the second quarter, the Orange pounced on a fumble inside the 20, but again settles for a field goal. SU then marched inside the 10 right before the break, but came away with nothing and the Seminoles led 24-6 heading into the half.“We’ve just got to keep working on it,” left tackle Sean Hickey said. “I sound like a broken record, but it’s what you have to do.”By halftime, it had been more than 95 minutes of game time since Syracuse’s offense had finished a drive with a touchdown. Lester’s reign as offensive coordinator had yet to resolve that issue. The bend of the Orange’s defense was on the verge of breaking against Winston, who orchestrated another lengthy drive to pile on more points on FSU’s first possession of the second half. Then, momentum slowly churned in SU’s direction.The Orange finally struck gold on offense with a well-placed, 22-yard touchdown pass from Long to fellow freshman Steve Ishmael. After that, the SU defense forced a three-and-out to get the ball back.But on the Orange’s next possession, Long’s inexperience got the best of him as he threw the interception to Andrews. He and Ishmael would link up again for a touchdown to draw the score to 38-20, but a few more missed chances in the second half kept SU at that length.Cornerback Brandon Reddish got his hands on a would-be interception three plays before Winston threw his third touchdown pass of the day. Winston later fumbled from the pocket, but SU couldn’t run it down. Long, hit as he threw, tossed an interception with five minutes left that sent fans to the exits.Shafer doesn’t believe in moral victories. Hickey can’t accept them, either.But looking at how the Seminoles dismantled the Orange, 59-3, last year and how the past three weeks have transpired, Hickey found a bit of solace in progress.“It’s a step in the right direction,” Hickey said. “Last year, we felt like we didn’t get that respect because we didn’t deserve it. We got destroyed. “And this year we wanted to make them earn the win and earn some respect and I felt we did that.” Comments Published on October 11, 2014 at 3:44 pm Contact Phil: firstname.lastname@example.org | @PhilDAbb
Lewis Hamilton took a dominant victory yesterday in a hectic British Grand Prix to cut team-mate Nico Rosberg’s championship lead to four points.Hamilton led every lap of a race that started under the safety car in wet conditions but dried, to take his fourth career win at Silverstone.Rosberg in the other Mercedes was left to battle back to second past the Red Bull of the impressive Max Verstappen.Rosberg had a late scare with a gearbox problem that could yet cost him second.With five laps to go, Rosberg hit a problem which required him to reset systems in the car and then avoid seventh gear – shifting straight from sixth to eighth.He hung on in second place but may yet lose it as the team are under investigation for the detail of the help they gave him over the radio, which may have transgressed limitations on the amount of help drivers can be given by teams.Rosberg said: “It was a very critical problem because I was stuck in seventh gear and about to stop on track.” He said he was confident what he had been told was within the rules.Hamilton’s win sent the 135,000 fans packed into the famous old track into paroxysms of joy as they cheered Hamilton’s progress to the flag on the last lap.The world champion went over to celebrate with the fans at Club corner after parking his car up at the end of the race before soaking up their cheers on the podium.It was an intoxicating race, with action throughout the field, featuring wheel-to-wheel racing and a number of spins and off-track moments as drivers struggled on the tricky track surface.“I am so grateful,” said Hamilton. “We’ve got the best fans here, thank you so much. The good English weather came out. It was so tricky in those conditions. But that’s what I love about this race – something always happens.”Hamilton drove impressively throughout on a track made treacherous by a heavy downpour about 15 minutes before the start.The sun had come out before the race got under way, but the track was drenched and it was five laps before race director Charlie Whiting felt the conditions were safe enough to let the drivers off the leash.This triggered a series of pit stops on successive laps as drivers swapped ‘extreme’ wet tyres for intermediates.Hamilton pulled out three seconds on Rosberg in the first half-lap after the start as a bunch of midfield drivers pitted immediately and he, Rosberg and Verstappen then pitted after two laps.The Dutchman closed on Rosberg, catching him by lap 15, and he passed him with a superb move around the outside of the daunting Becketts swerves on lap 16.Verstappen held on to second despite making his pit stop for dry-weather ‘slick’ tyres a lap later than the Mercedes drivers, rejoining about five seconds ahead of Rosberg on lap 18.Both Hamilton and Verstappen were among a series of drivers who fell prey to a wet patch on the entry to the fast Abbey corner but were able to continue without damage to their positions.Rosberg inched closer and closer to Verstappen until he was on his tail by lap 30, with 22 still to go.But it took the German another eight laps to get close enough on the exit of the Becketts swerves to close up on Hangar Straight and sweep past the Red Bull around the outside of the fast Stowe corner.Verstappen may yet recover the place, depending on what the stewards decide.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
The age cheating problem that has dogged African players for some time, resurfaced in the past few days, with reports in England alleging that Anderlecht defender Chancel Mbemba has four birthdays.Currently listed as a 20-year-old, a Sportsmail report claims Mbemba, who is set to join Newcastle United in an 8.5m pounds deal, has at other times had different birthdays.When Mbemba started his career in his homeland, he was said to have been registered as an August 08 1988 birth, while on joining Anderlecht in 2012, his new birthday was stated as August 8, 1995.He was said to have been registered with a November 30, 1991 birthday during qualifying for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations, while the report claimed the player himself had indicated in an earlier interview that he was born in 1990.However the birthday discrepancies do not seem to bother Newcastle as they press ahead with the signing of the player they regard as the best defender in the Belgian Jupiler League last season.– Follow Gary on Twitter: @garyalsmith. Get more updates on Facebook/Twitter with the #JoySports hashtag
“It definitely wasn’t easy,” Goodwin said after playing all 20 innings in the field in upper 90s temperatures. “We did the best we could to stay hydrated. The training staff did a good job all day of keeping us in good shape and being able to go out there and give it our all. … It’s just a tough day. They had to do the same thing. I don’t think it was easy for anybody.”The starting pitchers in the night game, who had likely spent the entire afternoon inside while their teammates battled through the day game, were in control for most of the time.Jaime Barría and Rangers left-hander Brock Burke, who was making his major league debut, matched zeroes for the first four innings. Barria did not allow a run until the fifth, when he gave up a homer to Solak and then an RBI single to Danny Santana.Barría was outdueled by Burke, who shut out the Angels over six innings. Burke, a former third-round pick, threw fastballs averaging 92 mph with 75 of his 99 pitches.“He’s got good stuff,” Angels manager Brad Ausmus said. “Tough angle for the hitters in terms of picking up the ball. I thought he was actually really impressive for a young pitcher. He looks like he’s got a chance to be pretty good.” Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Related Articles Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros The Angels managed just four hits and two walks against Burke in six innings. After Shohei Ohtani’s leadoff single in the fourth, Justin Upton hit into a double play.In the sixth, the Angels had two on with two out when Pujols hit a fly ball to deep right field.After Burke left with a 2-0 lead, the Angels got one run back in the eighth on an RBI double by Ohtani, his third hit of the game.With one out in the ninth, Goodwin blasted his 12th homer of the season, tying the score. It was the latest contribution from a player picked up just before Opening Day, when Upton got hurt.“He’s been tremendous,” Ausmus said. “No one knew him, hadn’t spent spring training with him. He got a lot of playing time initially because Upton was out and he performed extremely well and now he’s in a role where he’s not playing quite as much and continues to perform well. It’s been huge.” Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield PreviousTexas Rangers’ Nick Solak (15) is greeted by Elvis Andrus, left, Nomar Mazara, rear, and Jose Trevino, right, after Solak reached first on a fielding error by Los Angeles Angels’ Albert Pujols that allowed Delino DeShields to score in the 11th inning of a baseball game in Arlington, Texas, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. The Rangers won 3-2. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Jaime Barria throws to the Texas Rangers in the first inning of a baseball game in Arlington, Texas, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)Texas Rangers starting pitcher Brock Burke throws to the Los Angeles Angels in the first inning of a baseball game in Arlington, Texas, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. Burke made his major league debut in the game. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsLos Angeles Angels center fielder Mike Trout reaches up to field a fly out by Texas Rangers’ Elvis Andrus in the first inning of a baseball game in Arlington, Texas, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani swings at a pitch from Texas Rangers starter Brock Burke as catcher Jose Trevino watches in the first inning of a baseball game in Arlington, Texas, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. Ohtani grounded out to shortstop Elvis Andrus in the at-bat. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)Texas Rangers third baseman Logan Forsythe fields a ground out by Los Angeles Angels’ Max Stassi in the fifth inning of a baseball game in Arlington, Texas, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)Texas Rangers’ Nick Solak, front, runs past Los Angeles Angels’ Albert Pujols after hitting his first major league home run in the fifth inning of a baseball game in Arlington, Texas, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. The shot came off of Angels starter Jaime Barria. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)Texas Rangers’ Nick Solak (15) is congratulated by manager Chris Woodward, left, and Elvis Andrus, right, after Solak hit his first major league home run in the fifth inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels in Arlington, Texas, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. The shot came off of Angels starter Jaime Barria. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)Los Angeles Angels’ David Fletcher follows through on a double off a pitch from Texas Rangers starter Brock Burke in the fourth inning of a baseball game in Arlington, Texas, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)Los Angeles Angels relief pitcher Miguel Del Pozo throws to the Texas Rangers in the sixth inning of a baseball game in Arlington, Texas, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. The appearance was Del Pozo’s major league debut. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)Texas Rangers starting pitcher Brock Burke pounds his glove with his fist after getting Los Angeles Angels’ Albert Pujols to fly out to right for the final out in the top of the sixth inning of a baseball game in Arlington, Texas, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. Burke made his major league debut in the game. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani sprints out of the box after hitting an RBI double off Texas Rangers’ Shawn Kelley during the eighth inning of a baseball game in Arlington, Texas, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani gestures to the dugout after hitting an RBI double, next to umpire Tom Hallion (20), during the eighth inning of the team’s baseball game against the Texas Rangers in Arlington, Texas, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)The Angels’ Justin Upton is escorted to the dugout by Manager Brad Ausmus after Upton struck out during the eighth inning of the second game of Tuesday’s doubleheader against the Texas Rangers in Arlington, Texas. Upton tossed his batting gear along the third base line after striking out. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)Los Angeles Angels second baseman Luis Rengifo (4) is unable to reach around to tag Texas Rangers’ Delino DeShields, who stole second during the 11th inning of a baseball game in Arlington, Texas, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)Texas Rangers’ Nomar Mazara, left, and teammates mob Nick Solak, second from left dropping his helmet, after Solak reached first on a fielding error by Los Angeles Angels’ Albert Pujols that allowed Delino DeShields to score in the 11th inning of a baseball game in Arlington, Texas, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. The Rangers won 3-2. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)Texas Rangers’ Nick Solak (15) is greeted by Elvis Andrus, left, Nomar Mazara, rear, and Jose Trevino, right, after Solak reached first on a fielding error by Los Angeles Angels’ Albert Pujols that allowed Delino DeShields to score in the 11th inning of a baseball game in Arlington, Texas, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. The Rangers won 3-2. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Jaime Barria throws to the Texas Rangers in the first inning of a baseball game in Arlington, Texas, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)NextShow Caption1 of 16Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Jaime Barria throws to the Texas Rangers in the first inning of a baseball game in Arlington, Texas, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)ExpandARLINGTON, Texas — Brian Goodwin made a long day for the Angels even longer, but not with the end result they wanted.Goodwin’s game-tying homer in the ninth inning against Texas Rangers closer José Leclerc on Tuesday night tied the score, only for the Angels to still lose 3-2 when Ty Buttrey gave up a run on an Albert Pujols error in the 11th.Buttrey, pitching for the third day in a row, gave up a one-out single to Delino DeShields. An out later, DeShields stole second. Buttrey then walked Logan Forsythe. Nick Solak hit a sharp ground ball to Pujols, who let it get past him and into right field as the winning run scored.The Angels ended up with a doubleheader split, after winning the day game 5-1 behind a dominant performance by Andrew Heaney and Mike Trout’s career-high 42nd homer. Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros
LOS ANGELES — Clayton Kershaw preferred to work in relative silence as he threw his final bullpen session before his 2019 debut.Rich Hill grunted and groaned his way through four simulated innings at Dodger Stadium on Friday. Good, bad or ugly, Hill followed each of his 46 pitches with a primal moan that wouldn’t have sounded out of place on the tennis courts of Indian Wells.You wouldn’t know if you were within earshot, but Hill left the mound feeling encouraged. Kershaw remains on track to start Monday. Hyun-Jin Ryu, who played long toss without impediment, didn’t appear too far behind his teammates. Friday was a good day for the Dodgers’ injured starters.“I didn’t feel anything. It felt great,” Hill said. “The ball came out great. Very good curveballs, fastballs, was able to shape my breaking ball better.” The manager had less incentive than usual to make a decision public. The Brewers started left-hander Wade Miley in Game 5 of last year’s NLCS, only to replace him with right-hander Brandon Woodruff after Cody Bellinger walked to begin the game.Roberts all but ruled out the possibility of an “opener” – a tactic the Brewers deployed against the Dodgers in the NLCS. This strategy requires the first pitcher to record six outs or less, and another pitcher to record the plurality of outs in relief. Miley’s start in Game 5 was an extreme example.“You could” use an opener, Roberts said, “but with these guys, Cain hits in the 1, Yelich in the 2, and then they kind of flip-flop the third hitter. It’s really not ideal but you could do it. Yelich hits lefties. Cain hits righties. So this is not typically a team that an opener advantage is that beneficial.”ALSOCatcher Russell Martin (lower back stiffness) still hasn’t taken part in baseball activities since he went on the injured list Wednesday. … Max Muncy wasn’t in the starting lineup one day after a ground ball clipped his right index finger, causing swelling and a blood blister. Roberts said Muncy was available off the bench. … Three members of Jackie Robinson’s family – wife Rachel, daughter Sharon and son David – will participate in Jackie Robinson Day celebrations prior to Monday’s game against the Reds. Hill hasn’t pitched since spring training due to a left knee strain. He pitched to two minor leaguers and utility player Chris Taylor, and allowed two or three hits. (Since there were no fielders behind him, it was impossible to know for sure.) Hill threw an additional 15 pitches without a batter in the box, bringing his total to 61 pitches.The left-hander will make a four-inning rehab start in five or six days, Manager Dave Roberts said. The location is to be determined. Triple-A Oklahoma City begins a homestand next Tuesday. Double-A Tulsa and advanced Class-A Rancho Cucamonga begin homestands Thursday.Hill threw with a brace wrapped around his left knee. That will continue, he said, once he begins pitching in games. The brace holds one positive side effect when he throws sidearm, which Hill called a “silver lining.”“It forces me to throw the ball a little more correctly instead of getting out of sync with where my release point is,” he said. “The quality of the pitch is way better.”Speaking of silver linings, Ryu is expected to throw a bullpen in the coming days after straining his left groin Tuesday against the Cardinals. Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies “It’s probably been a best-case scenario since what transpired that first game in St. Louis,” Roberts said.GRANDAL RETURNSYasmani Grandal returned to Dodger Stadium for the first time since he signed a one-year contract with the Milwaukee Brewers. Grandal, who played 510 games for the Dodgers from 2015-18, received his National League championship ring. The catcher was greeted with a brief tribute video prior to his first plate appearance, eliciting mostly loud applause.“This is like coming back home,” Grandal said. “When hitting early BP, seemed like I was hitting at home. Only difference is I’m going to be in the other dugout.”It was an interesting about-face. The Dodgers dispatched the Brewers in a seven-game NLCS last October, though Grandal barely played after struggling to hit during the Division Series against the Atlanta Braves.He was benched in favor of Austin Barnes for all but two games in the NLCS. Grandal went 2 for 11 with six strikeouts in the series. He also committed two passed balls, an error, and a catcher’s interference in Game 2 alone.The Dodgers tendered Grandal a qualifying offer after the season, but he declined. Milwaukee gave him a one-year contract with a 2020 option that will pay a minimum of $18.25 million.“I knew they were going to make a qualifying offer,” Grandal said. “Besides a game, it’s a business, and they didn’t want to lose a draft pick. I also knew that there are other guys here who need to get their shots to play. Barnes has been up here for a while, and you have (Will) Smith and (Keibert) Ruiz in the minor leagues, a lot of guys who I worked with who I believe can do really good in the big leagues. Those guys need to get their shot at the big leagues. I was in their shoes not too long ago in San Diego.“I knew they believed in those guys and they need an opportunity to play, so knew there wasn’t going to be too much contact. I was prepared for that.”OPENING ACTRoberts still had not named Saturday’s starting pitcher when he addressed reporters prior to Friday’s game. The Dodgers will either rely on a “bullpen game” – using their existing relief pitchers to record 27 outs – or recall a starting pitcher from the minor leagues.Related Articles
The best Bosnian-Herzegovinian judoka Larisa Ceric won second place and a silver medal at the European Games in Minsk.Ceric lost gold from home competitor Maryna Slutskaya.The BiH representative beat Serbian Milica Zabic, Galyna Tarasov from Ukraine and Rochele Nunes from Portugal.