The Selkirk Saints added some grit to the lineup for the 2014/15 B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League season.The Saints announced a playing commitment from forward Tyler Kerner of Taber, Alta., to attend Selkirk College.”Tyler is a hard-working, physical winger who plays the game with lots of energy and competes hard,” head coach Jeff Dubois of the two-time defending BCIHL Champion Saints said. “He really fits the profile of the type of player we were looking to add to what is shaping up as a very skilled group. We see Tyler being a guy who sets a physical tone for us and who makes himself and his line difficult to play against, particularly versus top players on other teams.”Kerner is a 5-foot-11, 205 pound winger who spent the last three seasons in the Alberta Junior Hockey League playing with the Lloydminster Bobcats, Drumheller Dragons and Olds Grizzlys.He split the 2013/14 campaign between Drumheller and Olds, where he scored once while adding nine assists and 85 penalty minutes in 36 regular season and playoff games.Over the course of his Junior A career, Kerner scored nine goals and totaled 32 points and 255 penalty minutes in 112 AJHL games. “I’m very excited to start my post-secondary career with the Saints and join a winning organization,” said Kerner, who describes himself as playing a physical, simple, role game while taking pride in taking care of his own zone first.”I think of myself as a leader who is willing to do whatever it takes to win. I work very well beneath the crease protecting the puck while trying to find players to set up in the offensive zone.” Kerner plans to enter Selkirk’s Business Administration program.”I’m looking forward to moving to the community of Castlegar, as it reminds me of the town I was raised in,” Kerner explains.”The small classes are also a huge benefit, knowing that there will be more attention to help me get the most out of my schooling. My academic goal this year will be to achieve a GPA of 3.5 or higher. On the ice, I want to develop my game while helping my team capture a third straight BCIHL championship.” Kerner is the Saints’ ninth commitment for the 2014/15 season, joining forwards Ryan Edwards (Beaver Valley, KIJHL), Jamie Vlanich (Nelson Leafs, KIJHL), Alex Milligan (Peninsula Panthers, VIJHL), Matt Martin (Ontario Avalanche, WSHL) and Connor Beauchemin (Castlegar Rebels, KIJHL), as well as defencemen Curtis Toneff (Campbell River Storm, VIJHL) and Danny Vlanich (Surrey Eagles, BCHL), and goaltender Steven Glass (Nipawin Hawks, SJHL).
Greenwood was full of Rugby players again last weekend for the Boundary Bash Social 10s Rugby Tournament. This is the second year they have hosted this tournament and this year they were larger by just one team.Organizer and Jewel Lake resident Oliver Glaser said the tournament was a success, particularly in regards to the social aspect.Everyone had fun and the City of Greenwood opened up O’Hairi Park as a campsite for the rugby players, he said.This year’s teams included the East Vancouver Scribes, who technically hosted the event because Glaser still plays on their team, the Trail Colonials, the Grand Forks Wanderers, the Ridge Meadow Bruins (Maple Ridge) and the Nelson Grizzlies.The Grizzlies easily won the tournament because they won all their games and had the most ‘tries’ – goal attempts. There was only one woman’s team, which came from Ridge Meadows. The men’s teams played a few games with them and some of the woman joined the men’s teams and played along with them.“One woman player on the Grizzlies,” said Glaser, noting that she played exceptionally well. “She was fit and toned and ran hard. She ran really good lines.”The Trail Colonials were awarded the most social team and Bryan Louzon was awarded the most social player.Glaser said the games were all really good and that the level of play was strong this year. The players followed the rules and there was no kicking or fighting.Ingram Creek Saddlery donated a custom-made leather ball for the winning team again this year. Glaser said this makes them stand out from other tournaments.“It’s a really special thing,” he said. New to the tournament this year was a kids touch game and a concession stand. They had about 100 people as spectators and everyone seemed to have a good time, said Glaser.The only real complaint was about the noise from the music at the campsite at night. Glaser said he hadn’t considered how much the noise would carry and that he would consider a noise curfew the next year.Glaser is hoping to host the event this year but says it depends on what the numbers look like after they have done their calculations. He is happy if they are just able to break even because it’s all about having fun, but if the host team has lost a lot of money they may not host it again next year.
A late goal may have denied the Nelson U14 Selects the gold medal at the recent Pend Oreille Cup soccer tournament in Sandpoint, Idaho, but it did not stop staff at Mallard’s Source for sports to honour the squad with Team of the Week status.The Selects finished second in Sandpoint after surrendering a late goal to the Spokane Breakers to grab the silver medal. Nelson defeated Coeur d’Alene Sting 3-0 and registered a 1-0 win against the Breakers before surviving a shootout to advance to the final.The U14 Nelson Selects team includes coach Lyle Hill, Blake Markin-Hellekson, Josh Yasek, Luka Eyre, Cody St. Thomas, Keanu Tromans, Ezra Foy, Milo Baranyai Sheppard, coach Kerry Dyck, Thomas Baxter, Jahmal Truth-Verville, Josh Schacher, Ernesto Archambault, Jaden Dyck, Jesse Thurston, Grayson Hill, Aidan Mushumanski, Angus Paterson, Jacob Erickson and keeper Bradey Sookero.
The Nelson players were selected following a vigorous three-day camp during which participants were put through numerous on and off ice training and skills development sessions.Five zones throughout the province hosted more than 300 players during the tryouts. The Nelson players attended a camp in Trail.During the BC Cup, BC Hockey and the Western Hockey League will be putting the players through the WHL Combine Testing.The testing will include on and off ice sessions along with a round robin tournament. Select players may be invited to the Male U16 Provincial Camp July 11-16, 2017 in Shawnigan Lake.The BC Hockey Male Program of Excellence was introduced in 1980 with the mandate to systematically identify and train the province’s elite-level players for high performance hockey events.The overall objective of the program is to increase the chances of athletes from BC to compete provincially, regionally, nationally and internationally with the ultimate goal being selected to Hockey Canada’s National Junior or National Senior Team. A handful of Nelson boys have advance to the second stage of the BC Hockey Under 15 BC Hockey’s Program of Excellence.Noah Quinn, Kaleb Percival, Joe Davidson and Lowie and Tijs Vreys were selected to attend the U15 BC Cup set for May 11-14 at the South Okanagan Events Centre in Penticton.Eight jamboree style teams have been drafted by BC Hockey evaluators to compete in the tournament.
SANTA ANITA HOSTS BREEDERS’ CUP NOV. 4 & 5CHAMPION STELLAR WIND WORKS FOR HIRSCHSMITH BACK HOME FOLLOWING BELMONT SCORESECURITY’S MIKE JACOBELLIS RETIRES TODAYDERBY WINNER NYQUIST BREEZES TOMORROW Brandon Boulanger5861510%21%$159,199 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Mike Smith45158133%53%$1,014,947 Richard Baltas6410121416%56%$477,060 Doug O’Neill10512222111%52%$872,676 Richard Mandella4195722%51%$724,512 Brayan Pena676589%28%$154,340 James Cassidy4574616%38%$427,845 Rafael Bejarano19044423123%62%$2,523,132 Kent Desormeaux61119618%43%$484,775 FINISH LINES: Kentucky Derby king Nyquist will work five furlongs at 6:30 tomorrow morning under Mario Gutierrez, trainer Doug O’Neill reported Sunday. A decision on his next race is expected in the next few days . . . Coppa, who remained unbeaten in three starts with her win in Belmont Park’s Grade III Victory Ride at 6 ½ furlongs Saturday under Joe Talamo for Phil D’Amato, is being considered for Saratoga’s Grade I, $500,000 Test Stakes for three-year-old fillies at seven furlongs Aug. 6, the trainer said . . . Santa Anita Derby winner Dortmund, a candidate for Del Mar’s San Diego Handicap July 23, worked six furlongs in company Sunday for Bob Baffert in 1:13.20 from the gate. Stablemate Vale Dori got 1:13.40 . . .GOOD LUCK TO TRACK ANNOUNCER MICHAEL WRONA, AS HE AND FIANCE’ KATHY KENNEDY WILL MARRY NEXT SUNDAY IN LAKE TAHOE . . . There are mandatory payouts in the Pick Six and Super High Five today. The total Pick Six pool is expected to exceed $500,000. Tiago Pereira11012161711%41%$539,967 CHAMP STELLAR WIND IN ‘EXCELLENT’ DRILLStellar Wind, champion three-year-old filly of 2015, worked six furlongs in company under Victor Espinoza Sunday in 1:14.20 as she prepares for a rematch with three-time Eclipse Award winner Beholder in the Grade I Clement L. Hirsch Stakes at Del Mar July 30.Beholder and Stellar Wind ran one-two in the Grade I Vanity Mile at Santa Anita June 4.John Sadler, who trains Stellar Wind for the Hronis brothers, Kosta and Peter, had Carnival Lights as her workmate. She was clocked in 1:15.80.“It was an excellent work,” Espinoza said of Stellar Wind. “She was brilliant today. Now she’s ready to go. The Vanity got her fit for the next race and even though it’s against Beholder who’s a champ, too, you never know what will happen. Stellar Wind is doing great.”The Vanity was Stellar Wind’s first race since last Oct. 30, when she finished a troubled second by a neck in the Breeders’ Cup Distaff at Keeneland. (Current Through Saturday, July 9) TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Mark Glatt7314151119%55%$503,651 MIKE JACOBELLIS TURNS IN BADGE TODAY After serving for 10 years with Santa Anita Security, which was preceded by a 32-year run with LAPD, Mike Jacobellis will retire from The Great Race Place today and be honored in a Winner’s Circle ceremony following the fourth race.A graduate of Alhambra High School, Jacobellis, who is currently an Area Manager overseeing plain-clothed personnel, leaves a legacy of good will with fans, jockeys, horsemen and fellow employees.“We are very fortunate to have had Mike on staff for the past 10 years,” said Santa Anita Chief of Security, Lou Scalera. “Mike gets along with everyone and he’s an outstanding cop. He retired from LAPD as a Detective Sergeant and he pays attention and follows up on things in a very professional manner.“Although he’s leaving us to spend more time with his family, we will have him here for the Breeders’ Cup in November and we hope to have him next year on big days, like the Santa Anita Derby and the Big ‘Cap.“Given the fact that he’s met so many owners, trainers and jockeys over the years, I’d be surprised if we didn’t see him every now again as a fan. It’s hard not to develop a love for this game when you’re so close to everyone involved in it.” Chad Lindsay731381218%45%$315,100 Martin Pedroza831391216%41%$403,100 Flavien Prat15840272325%57%$1,946,640 Edwin Maldonado15627231717%43%$1,094,450 Bob Baffert561612629%61%$862,103 Stewart Elliott979879%25%$395,200 Tyler Baze19631403816%56%$1,573,731 Peter Eurton4796519%43%$500,660 Simon Callaghan3173223%39%$316,965 JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Philip D’Amato992520925%55%$1,606,938 Mario Gutierrez78916612%40%$695,300 Joseph Talamo13926192019%47%$1,527,073 Alonso Quinonez56610711%41%$266,730 HOME COURSE ADVANTAGE FOR BREEDERS’ CUP?Santa Anita hosts the Breeders’ Cup World championships for an unprecedented ninth time come Nov. 4 and 5.Whether it can be a home course advantage or not depends on who you talk to. Trainer Ron Ellis, for one, says there is a benefit in not shipping and running on a track just a hundred yards away in your own back yard.“I think it’s similar to a football team that doesn’t have to play on the road,” said Ellis, who hopes to have his crack sprinter, Masochistic, ready for either the Dirt Mile or the Sprint.“While they’re not necessarily creatures of habit, athletes and horses seem more comfortable in familiar surroundings. The home teams don’t have to travel, nor do horses based at Santa Anita, and that can reduce intangibles such as stress, which doesn’t help.”Bob Baffert, whose horses have flown worldwide, says it makes no never mind to him and his stock.“It’s more of an economic advantage than anything,” said the Hall of Fame trainer who has made Santa Anita his base of operations for more than two decades. “You don’t have to spend any extra money shipping because the horses are here.“There might be a horse or two that wouldn’t have shipped well, but otherwise, I don’t think it’s a big deal. If you have good horses, they’ll come through. All my horses ship well. I ship a lot and they’re used to it. My success rate is pretty high.” Martin Garcia811361416%41%$712,434 Peter Miller591015717%54%$485,955 Mike Puype54117620%44%$360,850 John Sadler65971414%46%$750,278 Fernando Perez10113111113%35%$557,713 Jerry Hollendorfer771581519%49%$1,050,183 SMITH RETURNS FOLLOWING SUBURBAN WIN AT BELMONT PARK Mike Smith, who joined fellow Hall of Famer Gary Stevens for a special Beholder/Songbird poster signing prior to Sunday’s races, was still “feeling it” following his big win aboard Effinex in Saturday’s Grade I, mile and a quarter Suburban Handicap yesterday at Belmont Park.“When he puts it all together, he’s a serious horse. He can run with the best of the best,” said Smith of the Jimmy Jerkins trainee who is pointing to an eventual engagement in the $6 million Breeders’ Cup Classic at Santa Anita on Nov. 5. “He can beat ’em when he puts his mind to it; he’s just not always in a stable frame of mind (jokingly).”Yesterday he was on and ran brilliant . . . Belmont’s a funny track. The size of the track, the turns . . . You can pull the trigger way too soon there and it can play tricks on you . . . but I’ve been there since the ’80s, so it helps to know it. I love going, but I love coming back!” Santiago Gonzalez18323253113%43%$1,138,703 Patrick Gallagher2972224%38%$266,100
Second-place trainer Mark Casse (Valadorna) – “She ran great. She had a good trip and was maybe just a little bit late getting out with the soft fractions, but I was proud of her. It was the way I expected her to run. She’s a very good horse. She needed (the education she got in her last race) today.” ARCADIA, Calif. (Nov. 5, 2016) – Ciglia Racing, Exline-Border, Gulliver Racing, Sharon Alesia et al’s Champagne Room ($69.20) blew past early pacesetter Noted and Quoted at the head of the stretch and then held off a late bid from Valadorna by three-quarters of a length to win the 33rd running of the $2 million 14 Hands Winery Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies (G1), the first of nine World Championships races Saturday afternoon at Santa Anita Park.Trained by Peter Eurton and ridden by Mario Gutierrez, Champagne Room covered the mile and a sixteenth on a fast track in 1:45.12. It is the first Breeders’ Cup victory for Eurton and second for Gutierrez, who won last year’s Juvenile on Nyquist. CHAMPAGNE ROOM WINS 14 HANDS WINERY BREEDERS’ CUP JUVENILE FILLIES Breeders’ Cup World Championships – Saturday, Nov. 5 It was the second victory in five starts for the Kentucky-bred daughter of Broken Vow. Third-place jockey Mike Smith (American Gal) – “We broke real bad and it cost me the race. That’s all it was.” Third-place trainer Bob Baffert (American Gal) – “I thought she ran an incredible race considering how wide she had to go the whole way. She’s shown she can go a distance and what a good horse she is.” Winning trainer Peter Eurton (Champagne Room) – “I wasn’t feeling utterly confident (coming down the stretch). She was actually moving pretty well. She was getting a little tired, but there wasn’t anyone catching her. I’m feeling pretty good right now. This means an awful lot to me.” 14 HANDS WINERY BREEDERS’ CUP JUVENILE FILLIES QUOTES Winning jockey Mario Gutierrez (Champagne Room) – “I had a perfect trip. She broke really sharp. I was able to settle behind the speed and when I asked her, she ran with all her heart today.” Second-place jockey Julien Leparoux (Valadorna) – “We had a pretty good trip, but there wasn’t much pace. I had to wait a little bit on the turn and I think the winner got away from us. She ran a big, big race.”
Combined Final Results (PDF) | HighlightsABILENE, Texas – Cold, wind, rain, sleet. Mother Nature threw everything she had at the 2017 Southland Conference Cross Country Championships but the conference competitors brought the heat to Abilene on Friday with Lamar men and Abilene Christian women earning team titles. Northwestern State 24:56.4 Crowe finished with an 8K time of 24:29.1, followed by a pair of McNeese seniors, Nathan Jones (24:33.8) and Enrique Soto (24:42.9). UIW men also earned top-five finishes with junior Garrett Cortez taking fourth place (24:50.1) and Deion Hardy finishing fifth (24:53.7). The Hackett twins left no doubt as to who the top two finishers would be on the women’s side, jumping out to a commanding lead from the onset of the race and never looking back. Alexandria edged her sister by just over three seconds, clocking a 6K time of 20:27.8 to win Athlete of the Year and First Team All-Conference honors. Michaela finished just behind in 20:31.1. Fellow Wildcat Diana Garcia Munoz took third with a time of 21:07.4. A pair of McNeese runners, Katja Woelfl (21:17.0) and Gladys Jerotich (21:24.0) took fourth and fifth, respectively. Michaela Hackett Abilene Christian 20:27.8 Allyson Girard 412 78-81-82-85-86 The 2018 Southland Conference Cross Country Championships will be hosted by McNeese in Lake Charles, La. Nicholls Oliver James McNeese Athlete of the Year: Jamie Crowe, LamarFreshman of the Year: Brian Flanagan, McNeeseNewcomer of the Year: Jamie Crowe, LamarCoach of the Year: Tony Houchin, Lamar McNeese 21:17.0 New Orleans Joshua Wilkins Alexandria Hackett 99 4-5-19-35-36 Abilene Christian 25:05.7 Stephen F. Austin Lamar Lamar 21:38.1 Central Arkansas Abilene Christian Lamar Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 245 32-39-40-66-68 Southeastern Louisiana 247 43-44-45-53-62 103 9-10-19-30-35 Abilene Christian 21:07.4 161 12-24-36-41-48 Abilene Christian Lamar 24:59.0 Second Team Taryn Surratt Nicholls Stephen F. Austin 21:39.1 141 13-18-24-30-56 244 28-38-53-60-65 44 1-2-3-6-32 Men’s Final Team Standings Team Points Scoring Finishes Evelyn Chavez 80 4-5-22-23-26 Carnley Graham For those athletes who qualify, the NCAA South Central Regional qualifying race will take place on Friday, Nov. 10 in College Station, Texas, hosted by Texas A&M. The 2017 NCAA Cross Country Championships will take place at E.P. Tom Sawyer State Park in Louisville, Ky., on Saturday, Nov. 18. McNeese 21:24.0 310 57-59-62-63-69 Athlete of the Year: Alexandria Hackett, Abilene ChristianFreshman of the Year: Katy Whiteoak, LamarNewcomer of the Year: Gladys Jerotich, McNeeseCoach of the Year: Jarvis Jelen, Abilene Christian 357 64-67-70-75-81 91 7-15-18-20-31 252 38-41-47-57-69 UIW Abilene Christian’s winning 44-point team tally was followed by Lamar with 73 points and McNeese with 80. A&M-Corpus Christi finished fourth with 91 points and Stephen F. Austin fifth with 103. UIW, Central Arkansas, Sam Houston State, Houston Baptist and Southeastern Louisiana rounded out the top 10 while Northwestern State, Nicholls and New Orleans finished out the women’s team finishes. Lamar 24:56.6 294 40-56-61-66-71 The Cardinal men continued their dominance in Southland cross country, winning their fifth-straight title, 16th overall and 11th in the last 12 years. ACU women, behind the dominating performance of twins Alexandria and Michaela Hackett, won their second team championship in three years.In addition, individual superlatives for Athlete of the Year, Freshman of the Year and Newcomer of the Year awards were given to the top individual finishers in those categories, as well as Coach of the Year honors to the winning teams’ distance coaches. First Team All-Conference awards went to the top five finishers in each race while Second Team All-Conference honors went to sixth-place through 10th-place finishers.Lamar needed every inch to take home the team title, finishing deadlocked with McNeese at 42 points when all was said and done. The Cardinals’ standout junior Jamie Crowe proved the difference maker, breaking the tie with his top individual performance. For his efforts, he was named Athlete of the Year, Newcomer of the Year and First Team All-Conference to pace Lamar to the team title. 73 8-11-13-14-27 Houston Baptist Women’s Final Team Standings UIW 24:53.7 112 16-17-21-25-33 122 14-17-25-29-37 42 2-3-9-12-16 UIW First Team Men’s Individual Superlatives McNeese 24:33.8 Second Team Lamar 24:29.1 Men’s All-Conference Teams 42 1-7-8-11-15 Enrique Soto Gladys Jerotich Garrett Cortez UIW 24:50.1 405 76-80-82-83-84 Jamie Crowe Sam Houston State Central Arkansas Southeastern Louisiana Houston Baptist Team Points Scoring Finishes Jerotich, a junior transfer from UTEP, was the top newcomer finisher, earning Newcomer of the Year distinction along with her First Team All-Conference honors for a top-five finish. Cormac Kelly Matthew Arnold Katja Woelfl Diana Garcia-Munoz On the men’s side, McNeese’s runner-up finish was followed by UIW with 99 team points, Central Arkansas with 122 and Stephen F. Austin with 137 to round out the top five. Sam Houston State, Abilene Christian, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, Southeastern Louisiana and Houston Baptist finished sixth through 10th. Northwestern State, New Orleans and Nicholls finished 11th, 12th and 13th, respectively. Women’s Individual Superlatives New Orleans Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State McNeese 24:59.3 Abilene Christian 20:31.1 Northwestern State Ryan Cleary Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Sam Houston State 172 10-21-28-55-58 137 20-26-27-31-33 297 43-47-50-78-79 Stephen F. Austin 21:42.0 McNeese 24:42.9 Nathan Jones 340 51-63-71-75-80 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 21:34.9 Women’s All-Conference TeamsFirst Team Abilene Christian 21:25.3 Brittany Innis Deion Hardy 270 6-54-61-73-76 McNeese
One Winning Canadian Ticket Pays $605,997.20 In Friday’s 20 Cent Single Ticket Rainbow Pick Six Jackpot At Santa AnitaARCADIA, Calif. (Feb. 21, 2020)–Santa Anita’s popular 20 cent Single Ticket Rainbow Pick Six Jackpot produced a life-changing score on Friday, as one lucky ticket had number three, Best Chance in the day’s eighth and final race and was thus worth $605,997. Best Chance, who was ridden by leading man Joel Rosario, got home on top by 1 ¾ lengths and returned $9.00 to win.The single winning ticket was purchased for $2,048 (Canadian) via a Woodbine Race Course wagering hub, based in Toronto.With a carryover of $366,953 from Monday, there was $114,710 in new money wagered today, creating a total pool of $481,663 U.S., which translates to $605,997.20 in Canadian money.The winning numbers and win payoffs in today’s Rainbow Six, beginning in race three were: R3, (4) $46.00, R4 (5) $13.40, R5 (6) $54.20, R6 (3) $10.00, R7 (4) $15.60 and R8 (3) $9.00.Racing resumes with a nine-race program on Saturday, with first post time at 12:30 p.m. Admission gates open at 10:30 a.m. For additional information, please visit santaanita.com or call (626) 574-RACE.
5SPITTING, shirt swapping and team celebrations will be banned when Premier League football returns from the coronavirus blackout, it’s been claimed.The top flight is pushing ahead with plans to resume matches on June 12 in a bid to finish the season and avoid financial meltdown.⚠️ Read our coronavirus in sport live blog for the latest news & updates5 Team celebrations will be banned when Premier League football returnsCredit: Getty Images – Getty5 Spitting will also be on the prohibited list as the League seeks to prevent anymore Covid-19 cases among playersCredit: Getty Images – Getty5 And the traditional shirt swap will also be outlawedCredit: PA:Press AssociationBut strict sanctions will be in place in a bid to prevent any new Covid-19 cases among players, according to the Telegraph.Stars will also be prohibited from sharing water bottles under measures to get football back under way.The new rules could be in place for up to 12 months as football chiefs desperately try to finish the season.On Sunday, the prime minister is expected to announce the easing of lockdown restrictions which the Prem hopes will be the first step on the road to sport returning.5A meeting is planned next week between the Premier League and the captains’ group to discuss detailed plans for the resumption of matches and training where the new rules will also apply.Club doctors have previously expressed fears about a return and these measures are said to be vital to any comeback.SunSport also exclusively revealed NINE Premier League clubs are ready to let stars duck out of Project Restart over concerns they will infect vulnerable loved ones.MOST READ IN FOOTBALLTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’ExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticREF RELEASEDChampions League ref Vincic released by cops after arrest in prostitution raidKEANE DEALEx Man United youth ace David Jones says Roy Keane negotiated a contract for himSunSport has discovered almost half of the 20 Prem sides now accept it is impossible to force stars back into action if they fear falling ill or infecting their family with Covid-19.The growing list includes teams fighting it out at both ends of the table — as club bosses finally start listening to players, who are scared about being rushed into scenarios they feel are unsafe.One source said: “If someone has a partner who’s pregnant, or close family who has cancer, how can we force them to play in those circumstances?” Simon Jordan says the Premier League are ‘trying to come back for one reason – money’
By: Troy TauleAt stumps on day 2, the Barras finished with 2/66 and need a further 239 runs to clinch victory.Barras opener, Lega Siaka got the Barras run chase off to a flying start smashing 11 fours all over the park for his 49 before being dismissed off the bowling of Max O’Dowd.The other wicket to fall was that of Tony Ura who fell cheaply for 13 runs.The match will resume with veteran all-rounder Assad Vala and Vani Morea to lead the charge for the Barras.