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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.
IN SPORT.ES Neymar y Mbappé ya se divierten juntos 06/09/2017 Frederic Martin The young French forward, who was officially presented earlier on Wednesday , has revealed his “ambition” to be part of a winning project and didn’t hide his desire to get integrated into the dressing room of his new team as soon as possible. Upd. at 20:14 CEST That showed now just in the exercises, but also in his personality. And in his eagerness to imitate Neymar, who also showed a desire to get to know his new team-mate — just hours after he called Josep Maria Bartomeu a joke on Instagram. Neymar returned to Paris from international duty with Brazil — he played against Colombia on Tuesday — and in his first session back under Unai Emery’s orders he had a new teammate: Kylian Mbappe. And the good relationship between the two was immediately on show. The two footballers, who met in the dressing room before the session, showed on the pitch at PSG’s traning ground in Saint-Germain-en-Laye that they already have a special understanding. The French club made them the world’s two most expensive players this summer — although Mbappe’s move is initially on loan.
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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