Cashman, 65, is a photographer for the Golfing Union of Ireland who has known Harrington for 35 years and was in the gallery following his fellow Irishman while in South Africa on holiday. Harrington, who carded a second consecutive 71 to finish two under par, said: “Ronan felt like he needed to throw up and as he went out on the course he thought it would clear a bit but it got worse and worse and for him to give up….I don’t think I have ever seen him do that in any circumstances. “He felt like he was getting in the way and when we finally said goodbye he could not physically stand up. I really did feel bad because he was lying there but thankfully there was a friend of ours out there who holidays down here and he took over. “He started off like he was carrying bows and arrows but by the end he had the double-strap going (on the bag) and was using all the lingo. “It’s amazing how much caddies do for you and it gives you a new appreciation for what they do out there. I know now why we pay them the big bucks!” Cashman, who has never caddied before but is a member with Flood at the Heritage in Ireland, said: “The bag was lighter than I expected. It was very comfortable. “I saw Ronan on the range and he looked awful. I said if you need help, call me. They sent out a replacement caddie but Padraig asked if I would be happy to continue and I was. I told him I wouldn’t give him a line or a club but he was so easy to work for. “I’ve given him my phone number if he needs me but hopefully Ronan will be okay.” Flood, who is also Harrington’s brother-in-law, was suffering from food poisoning before the round and eventually had to call it quits on the sixth hole of Durban Country Club. He was taken to the clubhouse to be treated by a doctor and is expected to be fit to resume his duties on Saturday, although stand-in Pat Cashman has offered his services if required. Three-time major winner Padraig Harrington hailed the skills of his stand-in caddie after regular bagman Ronan Flood needed medical treatment during the second round of the Volvo Golf Champions on Friday. Press Association
Announcing the signing on their official Twitter page, the Eagles posted: “BREAKING: #CPFC are delighted to announce the signing of @Patrick_Bamford on a season-long loan from @ChelseaFC.” Bamford is highly regarded at Chelsea, with the Blues announcing he has signed a new three-year contract with the Premier League champions as he heads out on loan. “I’m delighted to sign a new contract with Chelsea,” he told the club’s official website. “My dream has always been to be part of this club for the long term. Chelsea have been fantastic with my development and joining Crystal Palace for this season on loan is the next step for me in my career.” He missed England’s Under-21 European Championship campaign through injury but Bamford is now raring to go at Selhurst Park, stressing he was looking to stay in and around the capital for the upcoming season. He told cpfc.co.uk: “I was quite keen to stay close to London this time and Palace were actually my first choice, but I didn’t realise they were keen to start with. Then, when I met with the manager (Alan Pardew), he put forward his plans and it was an easy decision. “I do like to score goals, so hopefully I’ll be able to do that a lot here. I want to try to establish myself in a Premier League team and if I can do that here then it would be great for me and great for the club.” Pardew, who adds the signing of Bamford to the high-profile capture of France midfielder Yohan Cabaye, was delighted to tempt the player to the club and hopes to play a major part in honing his talent. “It’s a coup for Crystal Palace ahead of a host of rivals,” Pardew said after landing the sought-after striker. “I’m so pleased he chose us over others to help develop his game. Hopefully he will be a star for us, Chelsea and – of course – England. “Patrick is one of England’s brightest prospects and I will liaise with (Cheslea boss) Jose Mourinho, (England Under-21 coach) Gareth Southgate and Dan Ashworth (director of elite development at the FA) on his progress during this important year in his career.” Press Association The 21-year-old won the Championship Player of the Year award for his displays whilst at Middlesbrough last season, scoring 17 goals before the Teessiders lost the play-off final to Norwich – and he will now look to prove he can replicate such form in the top-flight. Bamford, an England Under-21 international, has also spent time away from Stamford Bridge with temporary spells at MK Dons and Derby having originally signed for Chelsea from the Nottingham Forest academy. Chelsea forward Patrick Bamford has completed a season-long loan move to Crystal Palace.
THE Boyce/Jefford Committee earlier this week donated a number of new medals to the Upper Demerara/Kwakwani District 10 (Linden) Inter-School Championships, which will be awarded to the top performing athletes.Chairman of the Boyce/Jefford Committee, Colin Boyce, noted that the donation was made following a request from the District.“The Committee saw it most appropriate to continue to contribute to the development of young athletes in the community,” he said.The Championships school sports is currently underway at the Mackenzie Sports Club (MSC) ground and is expected to conclude tomorrow.According to Boyce, such contributions are not alien to them, since they are in the habit of making such donations.This year, following the eighth edition of the Boyce/Jefford Classic athletics meet in August, an undisclosed sum of cash was given to Linden and Guyana’s top three athletes at the MSC ground.The signature track and field event in Linden had opened the fund with a lucrative first financial donation. Following that pioneering initiative, several individuals, groups and businesses present made pledges that were accumulated and divided among the three athletes.Those who benefited from the funds included multiple CARIFTA Games medallist, Chantoba Bright, World Junior silver medallist, Daniel Williams and Guyana’s first sprint gold medallist at the CARIFTA Games, Compton Caesar.This donation to the District 10 camp follows one made by bakery giant, Bakewell, earlier last week.
The Galen Center hosted the Eighth Council District Peoples’ Convention on Sunday afternoon in anticipation of the upcoming City of Los Angeles Municipal elections on March 8.The convention, which was organized by a grassroots community organization called Eighth District Grassroots Rising, brought together community activists, residents and leaders from various community interest groups in order to prepare a “people’s agenda” for action to be taken in the district.Attendees of the convention listened to several speakers and engaged in direct discussion surrounding shared concerns and possible solutions for community issues. One of the central ideas of the convention regarded the community’s overall disappointment with city leadership and how to improve the current situation through active involvement.“We can no longer sit by and expect other folks to take care of our business,” said Rev. William Smart of the EDGR. “We have to be the instigators of action.”For many at the convention, the key to increasing the condition of their neighborhoods is to involve themselves directly in the city and take an active role in governmental affairs to bring about changes at a community level.“Proper representation is not about city council telling us what we need or what we want, it is about us telling them,” said Shawn Simons, president of the North Area Neighborhood Development Council.Several speakers stressed the need for holding their government and representatives accountable for their actions. Attendees voiced their frustration as well, many of them declaring that after all the problems that have plagued neighborhoods in the Eighth Council District, they have had enough.“Our community struggles have been going on for a very long time,” said Lichelle Williams, a local resident. “We have seen city councilmen come and go in our community, but they have not brought any lasting change.”Many of the concerns voiced at the convention included residents’ wishes to preserve their quality of life. Economic struggles were a common factor in the discussions, with several people expressing the community’s need for a more revitalized commercial presence.“We have great residential areas, but the struggle tends to be the commercial corridor,” said Kokayi Kwa Jitahidi, the convention’s main speaker and an activist with the EDGR. “There’s a lack of business; for every five people who need a job in the Eighth Council District, there’s only one job available locally.”Other issues that were brought up included prostitution in residential areas, home foreclosures, community redevelopment and the area’s educational system.Despite the list of problems that are commonly associated with the neighborhoods that make up the Eighth Council District, those at the convention maintained that the area is home to vibrant communities that have the ability to progress upwards.“We get all of this negative feedback, but at the end of the day, all of those statistics mean nothing if the people say we are not going to take this anymore and we deserve better,” Kwa Jitahidi said.The speakers urged those in attendance to take action in order to bring their communities out of their struggles. Many explained that change starts with the people.“We have become numb,” said Greg Akili of the EDGR. “We have become so accustomed to not having, that we think it’s the norm. We think that’s just how it is. It’s not that way and that is unacceptable.”The convention encouraged community involvement through breakout sessions after the speakers in which groups of attendees voiced specific concerns and collaborated on possible solutions. Those concerns will be evaluated and complied into the people’s agenda by the EDGR, which will then host another meeting discussing the next steps leading up to the election.“The work that is happening here goes beyond March 8, because if it stops then it is worth nothing,” Kwa Jitahidi said. “This is not just about one election; this is about a community getting its voice back.”
Between August 7 and 10, the 8th IBB Junior Open Golf Championship will hold at the ame venue.Close to 200 kid golfers across the nation will participate in this monumental event that will see all participants housed and fed.Thereafter, those who finished tops in this event will be recommended to the Royal and Ancient St Andrews, the world body governing golf for proper grounding.“A lot of people are wondering why I am passionate about Kiddies golf,” Lami stated. “Let’s face it, the kiddies are our future. As a mother, I must cater for their well being. The Olympics will hold in some weeks’ time and we don’t have anybody holding the nation’s flag in that event. “This will not happen in the 2020 Olympics. I can tell you with all boldness that the youths we are investing on at the moment will be the pride of Nigeria. At least five of those who will play in the Open shall hoist this country’s flag in the 2020 Olympics. Please, quote me on that,” the IBB Lady Captain concluded.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The new Lady Captain of the IBB Golf Club, Lami Ahmed, is indeed making the fact known that the game of golf should be handed to kids who could eventually win medals for the nation in future Olympics.To prove her point, Lami, a Lioness who thrives on oil and gas, precisely at the Conoil, has put together two gigantic tourneys that could make several kids on coming holidays some great fun.Lami Ahmed stated that over 200 kids will feature in developmental clinic between July 21 and August 12.She affirmed that kids who will be part of the programme will learn the game from the scratch and play it properly before the expiration of the programme. The Lady Captain also claimed that brilliant professional golfers are already on ground to put the kiddies through.
OH WHEN THE YANKS…Lineups Notes: https://t.co/wg1Ha9BIcU#OneNationOneTeam pic.twitter.com/zzVufCgvCX— U.S. Soccer WNT (@USWNT) July 2, 2019“Christen Press will earn her 122nd career cap today and has scored 48 career goals and recorded 30 career assists. She also leads the USA in assists this year with seven. She is tied for 11th place on the all-time WNT goals list,” the USWNT announced before the game, making no mention of Rapinoe’s benching.A spokesman for the U.S. team told The Los Angles Times that he couldn’t disclose the reason for Rapinoe’s benching, unusual the Times noted in that when Becky Sauerbrunn and Julie Ertz did not start earlier in the 2019 World Cup the media were told why.In Press’ defense, she is considered among the fastest and fittest players on the U.S. side and offers a potentially better matchup against England’s Lucy Bronze, who many consider the best player in the tournament thus far.Barring an undisclosed injury or some other factor, Rapinoe, 33, could be used off the bench for offensive firepower. But reporters in Lyon noted Rapinoe did not even warm up with the rest of the team before the game. Rapinoe at the bottom of the picture. No shin guards on, not warming up pic.twitter.com/INAJcqDX5m— Seth Vertelney (@svertelney) July 2, 2019Rapinoe and Alex Morgan lead the U.S. scoring with five goals apiece. Carlie Lloyd has three and Samantha Mewis, Rose Lavelle and Lindsey Horan have two each. Women’s World Cup 2019: Sue Bird blasts President Trump for comments against girlfriend Megan Rapinoe According to The Wall Street Journal, when asked whether the decision regarding Rapinoe was related to injury or if it was a disciplinary move, a U.S. Soccer spokesman said only that the decision was “not disciplinary.”Forward Christen Press started in Rapinoe’s place and opened the scoring with a first-half goal. Related News U.S. co-captain Megan Rapinoe, who had scored all four of the Americans’ goals in the knockout rounds, was on the bench Tuesday to start Team USA’s Women’s World Cup semifinal against England in Lyon.No reason was given by coach Jill Ellis for Rapinoe not starting the win-or-go-home game, but Fox Sports reported at halftime that Rapinoe was out with a hamstring injury. The U.S.-England game kicked off at 3 p.m. ET.The winner faces the winner of Wednesday’s Netherlands-Sweden semifinal in Sunday’s championship.This story will be updated.
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The clinching point came at the top-flight singles matchup between Freshman of the Year Chunxi Xin of the Bears and Player of the Year Sahaja Yamalapalli of the Bearkats, with Xin blanking Yamalapalli 6-0 in the decisive third set. CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS – In just its second appearance in the Southland Conference Women’s Tennis Championship Match, Central Arkansas took home its first league tournament title with a 4-2 win over Sam Houston State on Saturday at the Thomas J. Henry Tennis Center. The Bears rode that momentum into singles play with QiLi Ma and Marli Van Heerden earning straight-set triumphs to put UCA on top 3-1. Sam Houston State attempted to make things interesting with Petra Kaszas bouncing back from a 6-1 loss in set one to win sets two and three by a score of 6-2, but Xin’s victory iced it at 4-2. For the sixth-consecutive match, Central Arkansas secured the doubles point with the second and third lines picking up 6-4 and 6-0 wins, respectively. BOX SCORE
Week Four Notes (PDF) Honorable Mention: Lance Lusk, Sam Houston State; Trevin Michael, Lamar; Eric Orze, New Orleans; Conner Williams, Central Arkansas. Extending his hitting streak to 10 games, Dickerson went 9-for-21 (.429) at the plate to help the Cowboys go 4-1 last week. He posted a pair of three-hit performances in a 12-4 win over Missouri on Tuesday and an 18-8 win over Southern Miss on Sunday. Dickerson tallied nine RBI, four runs, two stolen bases and a home run. Hitter of the Week – Jake Dickerson, McNeese – Senior – First Baseman – Beaumont, TexasIn the team’s blowout of Missouri, Dickerson came up to the plate twice in a nine-run third inning, recording a pair of RBI singles to bookend the Cowboys’ production. In his final at-bat, he singled to lead off the eighth inning and came around to score McNeese’s final run. Dickerson continued to show his fondness for the third inning with another RBI single in the frame against Valpo to put the Cowboys on the board in the 4-2 triumph. In the squad’s 18-8 victory over Southern Miss, he fueled a 14-run explosion in the middle innings, blasting a three-run home run in the fourth and roping an RBI single in the fifth inning. The Canadian born hurler retired 14-consecutive batters from the third to the eighth innings, marking the third start he retired at least 11 in a row. Hofmann faced four Panthers with runners in scoring position, fanning all four and never allowing a runner past second base. Hofmann (3-0) spun another Friday night gem for the Demons, striking out 11 batters over eight shutout innings, extending his streak of not allowing an earned run to 23 frames. Among Division I pitchers with a 0.00 ERA, he has pitched the most innings. Pitcher of the Week – Logan Hofmann, Northwestern State – Junior – Starting Pitcher – Muenster, SaskatchewanHofmann continued his dominant start to the season, extending his run of earned-run free pitching to 23 innings, the longest streak to start the year in Division I. He sat down a career-high 11 batters on strikes and now owns a 29:2 strikeout-to-walk ratio. Honorable Mention: Connor Emmet, Central Arkansas; Luke Marbach, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi; Lee Thomas, UIW; Luther Woullard, New Orleans. Northwestern State (9-2) ran its win streak to seven games with a 10-8 Wednesday night victory over Louisiana and a 3-0 series-opening win over Eastern Illinois on Hofmann’s night. After dropping game two on Saturday, the Demons topped the Panthers 6-3 on Sunday to claim their third-straight weekend series. NSU travels to Baton Rouge, La., for a Tuesday-night tilt with Southern at 6 p.m. and hosts Abilene Christian for a three-game slate this weekend. McNeese (9-4) also picked up a pair of wins over Valparaiso on Friday and Sunday but dropped their first contest against Southern Miss on Saturday. The Cowboys host in-state foe ULM for a three-game series beginning with a 6 p.m. CT first pitch on Friday. FRISCO, Texas – McNeese first baseman Jake Dickerson is the Southland Conference Hitter of the Week and Northwestern State ace Logan Hofmann earns Pitcher of the Week honors, the league announced Tuesday.
‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins Abueva determined to repay Alas’ trust as he begins Phoenix journey DepEd’s Taal challenge: 30K students displaced Olympic champions Misaki Matsutomo and Ayaka Takahashi sealed the team’s 3-1 win in the best-of-5 series. They won 21-16, 21-11 victory over Huang Dongping and Zheng Yu. Japan hadn’t won the title since 1970, and China had held it for two decades.“China’s our biggest rival and I am extremely pleased to win this,” Takahashi said “I am privileged to have won both the Uber Cup and the Asian Games, which doesn’t happen very often. It’s definitely a different feeling from winning any individual title in my career.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’Chen Yufei gave China the lead with her 21-15, 21-12 victory second-ranked Akane Yamaguchi, but Japan responded with three straight wins starting with Yuki Fukushima and Sayaka Hirota beating Chen Qingchen and Jia Yifan 21-12, 21-17. Nozomi Okuhara fended off He Bingjiao 21-16, 19-21, 21-15 to make it 2-1.China had won the event in 10 of the last 11 Asian Games in a streak broken only by South Korea’s gold in 1994. 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The silver gave Sun a fifth medal at the games.Zhang Yuefi won two golds in the women’s 200 butterfly and the 4×100 mixed medley relay.For India, field hockey took top billing after the men’s national team routed Hong Kong 26-0. It was eight-time Olympic champion India’s biggest winning margin in an international event.And it followed a 17-0 win for the defending champion over host Indonesia, so there’s plenty to suggest the Olympic spot guaranteed to the tournament winner is a good incentive to win gold in Jakarta.The margin of victory over Hong Kong topped India’s previous record of 24-1, set against the United States in 1932.Rupinderpal Singh scored five times and Harmanpreet Singh had four goals as India continued scoring relentlessly right up to the last minute.In a scenic 104.4-kilometer (65-mile) course through fields and lush countryside, Na Ah-reum of South Korea won the women’s cycling road race in 2 hours, 44 minutes, 47 seconds. Na, the time trial champion four years ago, finished 1:20 ahead of silver medalist Pu Yixian of China.Among the 31 gold medals Wednesday, Mongolia won the 50-meter rifle 3 positions, and Rahi Jeevan Sarnobat held off Yangpaiboon Naphaswan of Thailand in the 25-meter women’s pistol final to win India’s second shooting title at Palembang. Peza offers relief to ecozone firms MOST READ Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara returns a shot during the women’s team badminton finals against China at the 18th Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia, Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2018. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)JAKARTA, Indonesia — There’s no disputing this was a gold medal that ranked up there with a world title.Japan’s drought-breaking win over China in the women’s team badminton final was among the most-watched medal matches Wednesday at the Asian Games.ADVERTISEMENT Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? LATEST STORIES Gov’t in no rush to rescue animals in Taal Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil “Although the Asian Games involves only countries from Asia, in the sport of badminton, the best players in the world are generally from this part of the world,” Chen Yufei said. “And also because this event occurs only once every four years, there is an element of prestige to this — it’s an important tournament.”Olympic champion Joseph Schooling was the first swimmer from outside China or Japan to a win a gold medal in the Jakarta pool. The 23-year-old Singapore star defended the 100-meter butterfly title in a games record time of 51.04 seconds.“It’s all about standing up for your country and yourself,” Schooling said. “I had some jitters before, but that’s good, it shows I’m taking nothing for granted. Every gold is special, it has its own story.”By the end of the fourth night of swimming, the duel in the pool was level with China and Japan having 14 gold medals apiece.Yasuhiro Koseki broke the Games record to win the men’s 100 breaststroke in 58.86 and complete a double, and Daiya Seto also picked up his second gold when he beat the defending champion and Olympic gold medalist Kosuke Hagino in the 400 individual medley.ADVERTISEMENT