1st Peter Henderson (16) 41pts2nd Bruce Tollitt (18) 33pts3rd James Savage (23) 32pts4th Damien Trant (11) 32ptsSecond place on Wednesday and two 2’s during the week for Bruce Tollitt.2’s: Trevor Locish, Peter Henderson, Bruce TollittFriday, May 6, Green Valley – StablefordA large group of 25 players enabled us to have two divisions on Friday at our home course of Green Valley. Scores were generally high with Jeff North topping the premier flight on 40 points and Ben Findon going even better and taking out the B Flight with 42.A Flight1st Jeff North (10) 40pts2nd Alan Laurie (13) 39pts3rd Mike Phillips (12) 38ptsB Flight1st Ben Findon (17) 42pts2nd Mick OMeara (21) 37pts3rd Peter Henderson (16) 37pts2’s: Jeff North, Mike Phillips, Kevin Fletcher, Bruce Tollitt. PSC golf from The CaddyshackWednesday, May 4, Bangpra – StablefordA round dozen players at Bangpra on Wednesday and Peter Henderson stood head and shoulders above the rest of the field with a fine 41 points. Eight back in second spot was Bruce Tollitt, just the one ahead of a count-back for third between James Savage and Damian Trant.
By JARROD POTTER A DANDY line-up is coming together for the Stingrays ahead of their 2015 TAC Cup season. Craig…[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.
The weekend begins Friday from 3-9 p.m. with Interpretive and Free Skate Events.Saturday, competition runs all day with the finale of Dance Solo Events set for Sunday from 8-11:35 a.m. The region’s best young figure skaters will take to the ice this weekend at the NDCC Arena for the West Kootenay Invitational Figure Skating Compeition.Hosted by the Nelson Figure Skating Club (NFSC), the three-day event showcases skaters from across a range of categories from Elements to Pairs to the crowd-pleasing Interpretive programs.
Doreen Reimer of Nelson and Mary Bermel captured silver in Flight B Cribbage while Dave and Eleanor Thomas took the Flight C silver medal.In the pool, Marylee Banyard of Nelson won three gold and one bronze in women’s 50-meter butterfly, 200 meter individual medley, 25 meter butterfly and 200 meter freestyle, respectively.June Johnston of Nelson won a pair of silver medals in women’s 70-74 200-meter individual medley and 100-meter breaststroke.The team of Wilma Turner of Castlegar, Barb Roberts of Rossland, Banyard and Joan Hooper of Christina Lake won bronze in 4 X 25-meter freestyle and medley relays while Steve Miller of Trail, Peter Lee of Nelson, Richard Mathers and Shayne Konar of Grand Forks won bronze in men’s 25-meter freestyle relay.Sharisse Kyle of Nelson won gold in 60-64 Cycling time trial.The Kootenay Rhythm Dragons won silver in the Dragon Boat Racing while the West Kootenay Boundary men’s soccer squad finished fourth overall in the 55-plus division.On the ice, Kootenay Glaciers won bronze in the men’s 55 division; Kootenay Kings took silver in men’s 60; and Glacier Kings captured bronze in men’s 65 category. All three teams had players from Rossland, Nelson, Castlegar, Trail and Cranbrook forming the rosters.West Kootenay Boundary zone finished fifth overall in the 12-zone field with 113 medals. West Kootenay/Boundary defeated Vancouver Island North 17-12 to capture the Gold Medal in Slopitch at the 2018 BC 55-Plus Senior Games Saturday in Cranbrook.The BC 55-plus Senior Games wrapped up Saturday following four days of competition in Cranbrook and Kimberley.The meeting was a rematch of a game Friday between the two clubs in Slopitch.West Kootenay/Boundary squad includes Mike Roch, Ken Haynes, Rick Lowen, Luree Gould, Lorne Wuori and Joe Capiglione of Nelson; Bob Murray of Rossland, Nona Kutcher of Castlegar, Bruce Borsato, Barry Benner and Colin McLean of Trail, Alta Pinney of Salmo, Carson Erickson, John Mota and Christine Mota of Genelle and James Ross.In other sports, the team of Sandra Edson and Patrick O’Neil won the gold medal in 301-750 master points Bridge while Doris and Peter Laktin claimed silver in 0 to 300 masters points bridge.
Pearse Stadium16:30Rahoon-Newcastle Moycullen 30-04-2017 (Sun) Round 3 Kenny Park16:00Castlegar Killimordaly Referee: Peter Murphy Sylane19:00Sylane Round 2 Kilnadeema Pitch12:00Kilnadeema-Leitrim Kenny Park16:30Mullagh Meelick-Eyrecourt Kenny Park15:00Turloughmore McGettigans Bar Intermediate Hurling Championship – Group 1 V V V St Thomas V Ballinasloe16:00Clarinbridge V Pier Head Minor A Hurling Championship – Group 1 McGettigans Bar Intermediate Hurling Championship – Group 2 Senior Hurling League Group 2 Michael Cusacks16:00Michael Cusacks Round 7 Round 3 Referee: Darragh Kelly Salthill Hotel Senior A Hurling Championship – Group 1 Referee: David Dillon Castlegar Round 2 Round 4 V Kenny Park16:30Loughrea Referee: David Cunningham Referee: Richard Mc Nicholas Kilconieron12:00Kilconieron print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email V Salthill Hotel Senior A Hurling Championship – Group 2 06-05-2017 (Sat) Ardrahan16:00Ardrahan Sarsfields Ballinasloe18:00Ahascragh/Fohenagh Round 4 Round 2 Kenny Park18:00Beagh Referee: Michael Conway Intermediate Hurling League V Annaghdown Liam Mellows Pier Head Minor B1 Hurling Group 1 V V Round 6 V V Loughrea Salthill Hotel Senior A Hurling Championship – Group 2 Kilbeacanty Pier Head Minor A Hurling Championship – Group 2 Ballinderreen16:00Ballinderreen Pier Head Minor A Hurling Championship – Group 1 Kilnadeema-Leitrim Portumna Pier Head Minor A Hurling Championship – Group 2 Round 4 Kiltormer Meelick-Eyrecourt12:00Meelick-Eyrecourt Referee: Leonard Fay Referee: Gerry Donoghue Loughrea13:30Portumna Pearse Stadium18:00Abbeyknockmoy Tommy Larkins McGettigans Bar Intermediate Hurling Championship – Group 1 V Pier Head Minor B Hurling Championship – Group 2 Round 2 Round 5 Craughwell Referee: Ronan Stankard Loughrea18:00Ballinderreen An Spidéal Pier Head Minor B1 Hurling Group 2 Ardrahan Pier Head Minor B1 Hurling Group 1 Round 1 Padraig Pearses GAA Ground16:00Pádraig Pearses Oranmore-Maree Ballinasloe12:00Castlegar Referee: John Keane Referee: James Hoade Round 2 Round 4 Referee: Vincent Burke V Cappataggle16:00Cappataggle Killimor Referee: Peter Campbell Abbeyknockmoy V V V St Thomas Round 1 Referee: John Mc Donagh Round 2 Round 4 Round 2 Skehana-Mountbellew/Moylough McGettigans Bar Intermediate Hurling Championship – Group 1 Round 2 Turloughmore Baile Doite Pitch & Clubhouse16:00Moycullen Pier Head Minor A Hurling Championship – Group 2 16:00Ahascragh/Fohenagh Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry Craughwell Referee: Paul Fahy Referee: Conor Quinlan Referee: Kevin Egan Páirc an Chnoic16:00Mícheál Breathnach V Loughrea16:30Annaghdown V Round 4 Beagh V Portumna V Killimor12:00Killimor Round 4 Referee: Christopher Browne Pier Head Minor B1 Hurling Group 1 Gullane’s Hotel Junior Hurling League Group 1 V Kinvara Ballinasloe16:30St Thomas Round 4 V Loughrea12:00Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry Carnmore Kenny Park18:00Gort Round 2 Pádraig Pearses Referee: Derek Kelly Ballinasloe (Club Grounds)16:00Ballinasloe Kenny Park13:30Carnmore V V Round 6 Referee: Ger O Connor Salthill Hotel Senior B Hurling Championship – Group 1 Referee: James Lundon Ballinasloe18:00Tommy Larkins Bullaun16:00Sarsfields Ballinasloe17:30Athenry V V V V 05-05-2017 (Fri) Round 1 V V Rahoon-Newcastle V Referee: Christopher Browne Barna16:00Cois Fharraige Pier Head Minor C Hurling Championship Kinvara V Killimor V V Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry Salthill Hotel Senior B Hurling Championship – Group 2 Bullaun12:00Sarsfields Ballinasloe19:00Meelick-Eyrecourt Castlegar Round 4 V Ballinasloe16:30Kiltormer V 01-05-2017 (Mon) Carnmore18:00Clarinbridge Round 2 V 07-05-2017 (Sun) Salthill Hotel Senior B Hurling Championship – Group 1 Senior Hurling League Group 2 Intermediate Hurling League Cappataggle Loughrea12:00Loughrea Oranmore-Maree Killimordaly16:00Killimordaly Gort GAA Grounds16:00Gort Salthill Hotel Senior A Hurling Championship – Group 1 Round 3 Kenny Park12:00Meelick-Eyrecourt McGettigans Bar Intermediate Hurling Championship – Group 2 Clarinbridge Salthill Hotel Senior A Hurling Championship – Group 1 V Round 4 Round 2 Salthill Hotel Senior B Hurling Championship – Group 2 Kilbeacanty Referee: Eoin Shaughnessy V Kilnadeema-Leitrim V Liam Mellows Round 2 V V Mullagh/Kiltormer Senior Hurling League Group 1 Referee: Derek Kelly Salthill-Knocknacarra Pier Head Minor B Hurling Championship – Group 1 Round 5
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The document details Covid-19 protocols for each industry group and the procedures which must be undertaken by all racecourses hosting race fixtures. A series of educational webinars will be announced next week to assist further understanding of the changes people will encounter when returning to work on the racecourse. Horse Racing Ireland (HRI) today published a protocol document for key personnel necessary to run race fixtures, which will resume behind closed doors in Ireland on June 8. These protocols have been developed by Horse Racing Ireland in consultation with the IHRB and are essential to safeguard everyone’s health and wellbeing, and to ensure that racing will resume in a safe and appropriate manner.Brian Kavanagh, Chief Executive of Horse Racing Ireland, said:“We have worked closely with the IHRB and the Senior Medical Officer Dr Jennifer Pugh in strengthening our protocols ahead of a return to racing.“The new system of health screening will include the registration of every attendee at every race meeting, from jockeys, trainers, IHRB staff, to racecourse staff, cleaning staff and so on. Everybody will be required to complete a baseline health screening questionnaire followed by a set of further screening questions every 24-hours before attendance at a race meeting.“We have further strengthened the screening process with the installation of a thermal camera system to check attendees’ temperatures. Nobody with an elevated reading will be allowed entry.“The infection control policy is such that all surfaces will be regularly disinfected both before racing and throughout the race day, all indoor areas will be well ventilated, and only those essential to that area are present.”In line with Government advice, persons over the age of 70 will not be permitted to attend in the initial stage of the return.Brian Kavanagh added:“It is incumbent on everybody in the industry to familiarise themselves with the new protocols, to partake in the upcoming webinars which will help bring these protocols to life and to ensure that the racecourse continues to be a safe place to work.”HRI PROTOCOLS DOCUMENT print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
HUGO LLORIS has offered a grovelling apology to Tottenham and the club’s supporters over his drink driving shame.SunSport exclusively revealed the Spurs keeper was arrested and spent this morning in a cell after being pulled over by police at 2.20am and failing a roadside breathalyser test.4 Tottenham keeper Hugo Lloris has apologised for his drink driving shameCredit: Instagram @alexandrebillardCops confirmed he had been charged with drink driving in the early hours of Friday morning.France and Tottenham captain Lloris, 31, told the Evening Standard: “I wish to apologise wholeheartedly to my family, the club, my team-mates, the manager and all of the supporters.”Drink driving is completely unacceptable, I take full responsibility for my actions and it is not the example I wish to set.”Lloris was stopped by police in Gloucester Place, close to Baker Street, central London.4 Hugo Lloris was charged with drink driving after being pulled over by police at 2.20amCredit: AFP – Getty4 Hugo Lloris has apologised to Tottenham, his family, manager and fans after being charged with drink drivingCredit: AP:Associated PressIt followed an evening out with Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny and Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud.He was taken to Charing Cross police station where his mug shot, fingerprints and a DNA swab were taken before he was banged up in a cell.It is understood he spent around seven hours in custody before being charged and released on bail to appear at Westminster magistrates’ court next month.The Metropolitan Police said: “A man has been charged following a routine patrol stop in Gloucester Place, W1.MOST READ IN FOOTBALLRETRACING STEPSJack Charlton’s granddaughter Emma Wilkinson ‘would love’ to visit IrelandROY RAGEFurious Roy Keane launched foul-mouthed rant at Pique over Fabregas friendshipPicturedTOP FORMBrazil icon Ronaldo soaks up sun with partner Celina Locks on yacht in FormenteraPicturedON THE PAOLPaolo Maldini shows off shredded physique at 52 while on holiday with wifeExclusiveLOCK CLOWNPaul Scholes flouts local lockdown rules by throwing huge 7-hour birthday bashLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old Trafford“Hugo Lloris, 31, of East Finchley, was charged with drink driving on Friday, 24 August.“He has been bailed to return to Westminster magistrates’ court on Tuesday, 11 September.”4 Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris’ place in the team for Monday’s clash against Manchester United is in doubtCredit: PA:Empics SportFather-of-two Lloris was pictured with World Cup winning France team-mate Giroud and fellow countryman Koscielny – who missed the Russia tournament through injury – the night before his arrest.They and a group of friends had been dining at posh Mayfair restaurant Bagatelle, where a pizza costs £34.Lloris’ Spurs face Manchester United on Monday evening at Old Trafford.But his place in the starting XI could now be at risk.A Tottenham spokesperson said: “The club takes matters such as this extremely seriously and it will be dealt with internally.”Large bug lands on France’s Hugo Lloris mouth in World Cup match against Uruguay
Commissioner’s Cup Standings (PDF)FRISCO, Texas – Sam Houston State won team championships in baseball, men’s golf and women’s indoor and outdoor track & field on its way to claiming its second consecutive Southland Conference Commissioner’s Cup, the league office announced Sunday. McNeese State Oral Roberts In addition to its four team championships, Sam Houston got runner-up finishes from the softball and men’s indoor track & field teams. Four other teams finished third, including the men’s basketball and the outdoor track & field teams as well as football and volleyball, each of which tied for third. Six men’s teams and four women’s team had top-three finishes for the Bearkats, which finished among the top three in 10 of the league’s 17 sports. 2. 26.0 Lamar (158.5), Central Arkansas (152.5) and McNeese State (142.5), came in third, fourth and fifth place, respectively. 14. Abilene Christian 57.5 Stephen F. Austin claimed the women’s all-sports trophy on the strength of team championship in women’s soccer and a first-place tie in women’s basketball. They also were the runners up in both indoor and outdoor track & field and finished third in women’s cross country to give them 101.5 points. Central Arkansas was second with 96 points. 133.0 New Orleans Southeastern La. Pl. 8. Total 101.5 9. 10. 64.5 Final Commissioner’s Cup Standings 73.5 Northwestern State A&M-Corpus Christi SFA was only a point behind Sam Houston in the Commissioner’s Cup standings thanks to 74 points from its men’s basketball team title, runner-up finishes by the men’s cross country and outdoor track & field teams and third-place finishes by men’s indoor track & field and a third-place tie by the men’s golf squad. 64.5 Women 85.0 Men 11. 58.5 42.0 91.0 56.5 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (133) finished sixth, edging seventh-place Northwestern State (132.5) by the slimmest of margins for its highest finish in eight seasons in the conference. Southeastern Louisiana (126) finished in eighth place, followed by Abilene Christian (106.5), which finished ninth in its first season in the league. Oral Roberts (102) was 10th followed by Nicholls (94), UIW (85), Houston Baptist (84.5) and New Orleans (48) to round out this year’s standings. 78.0 18.0 142.5 175.5 68.5 The Commissioner’s Cup is awarded annually to the top overall athletics program in the Southland. Sam Houston State has won the Cup a record five times. In the 17-year history of the Commissioner’s Cup, Stephen F. Austin has two and Northwestern State has one. 126.0 13. Nicholls 43.0 The three trophies will be presented at the annual Southland Conference Honors Dinner Tuesday night at the Westin Stonebriar Resort in Frisco, Texas. 7. 3. 49.0 1. Lamar 30.0 University 74.0 6. 52.0 Houston Baptist 74.0 132.5 158.5 85.5 106.5 77.5 94.0 96.0 The Sam Houston men had 85.5 points to claim the men’s all-sports trophy ahead of Southeastern Louisiana and Stephen F. Austin, which tied for second place with 74 points each. The Bearkats previously won the men’s all-sports trophy in 2000 and 2007. The Sam Houston women totaled 91 points but finished third in the final standings for the women’s all-sports trophy a season after claiming its first trophy. The Southland Conference all-sports trophies are awarded annually for men’s and women’s competition based on a 10-point system for all conference sports. Point values are 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2 and 1, pending place of finish. Regular-season standings are used for sports that have a conference tournament. The Commissioner’s Cup is awarded to the university compiling the highest combined total of men’s and women’s all-sports points. 4. 47.0 55.0 5. 12. UIW 57.5 48.0 47.0 102.0 85.0 Sam Houston State Central Arkansas 83.5 Sam Houston State edged rival Stephen F. Austin by just one point for its record fifth Commissioner’s Cup, 176.5 to 175.5. The Bearkats previously won the Cup in 2005, 2006 and 2007 and with Cup wins the last two years, they have won five of the last 10. Sam Houston is one of two current Southland universities to win at least two Commissioner’s Cups, along with Stephen F. Austin, which has won twice. 176.5 43.5 Stephen F. Austin 152.5
Josip Ilicic is again the False 9 with Papu Gomez and Mario Pasalic, as Atalanta seek their first Champions League point against Manchester City. It kicks off at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, known also as San Siro, at 20.00 GMT. Follow the build-up and action as it happens from this game and Lokomotiv Moscow-Juventus on the LIVEBLOG. La Dea are joint fourth in Serie A, but have lost all three Champions League outings so far, including a 5-1 defeat at the Etihad, despite originally taking the lead. Duvan Zapata is still out of action, while Luis Muriel is left on the bench as a wild card for the second half, meaning Ilicic is once again the False 9, supported by Gomez and surprisingly Pasalic rather than Ruslan Malinovskyi. Marten De Roon returns after missing the 2-0 loss to Cagliari through suspension. Manchester City made the trip without Phil Foden, who was sent off in the last meeting with Atalanta, while David Silva, Rodri, Oleksandr Zinchenko, Leroy Sane and Aymeric Laporte are injured. Ederson returns in goal after being rested in the 2-1 win over Southampton at the weekend, while Gabriel Jesus gets the nod upfront rather than Sergio Aguero. Former Juventus and Inter full-back Joao Cancelo replaces Jose Tasende. Atalanta: Gollini; Toloi, Palomino, Djimisti; Hateboer, Freuler, De Roon, Castagne; Pasalic; Ilicic, Gomez Atalanta bench: Sportiello, Kjaer, Masiello, Muriel, Arana, Malinovskyi, Barrow Man City: Ederson; Cancelo, Otamendi, Fernandinho, Mendy; Gundogan, De Bruyne; Mahrez, Bernardo Silva, Sterling; Gabriel Jesus Man City bench: Bravo, Walker, Stones, Aguero, Angelino, Garcia, Doyle Ref: Kulbakov (BLR) Watch Serie A live in the UK on Premier Sports for just £11.99 per month including live LaLiga, Eredivisie, Scottish Cup Football and more. Visit: https://subscribe.premiersports.tv/