Here’s a guide of what to expect if you’re heading to Ashton Gate.STADIUMThe South Stand, Dolman Stand and Lansdown Stand will be open for home supporters.The Atyeo Stand will not be open on rugby matchdays.TICKETSA large walk up is expected on Saturday morning, with over 6,000 tickets sold so far.It’s Kid A Quid, with U12 tickets available for £1 in all areas of the ground. For information, click here.The match is pay on the day, with tickets also available online and over the phone. To purchase on the day, call Supporter Services between 9am-10.30am, or visit the Matchday Ticket Office – adjacent to the Atyeo statue – from 9am.PARKING & TRAVELThe Bristol Rugby shuttle bus, in conjunction with First Bus, will be running as usual on Saturday.For full information about travel, click here.
Raelin Chaffin struck out 16 in a two-hitter as the Airline Lady Vikings clinched at least a share of the District 1-5A championship with a hard-fought 3-0 victory over the Parkway Lady Panthers on Thursday at Airline.Airline improved to 20-4 overall and 10-0 in district. The Lady Vikings lead Evangel Christian (17-6, 6-2) with two district games left.Airline was No. 5 in the Class 5A power rankings, according to LouisianaPreps.com. The Lady Vikings were also ranked No. 5 in the latest Louisiana Softball Coaches Association 5A poll.Parkway, which trailed just 1-0 after 4.5 innings, dropped to 4-5 in district.Jessica Baffuto, Caroline Easom and Maddie Ennis all had two hits and one RBI for Airline.Davida Anderson and Macey Ingram each had a single for Parkway.Airline took a 1-0 lead in the first. Makenzie Chaffin walked, advanced to second on Baffuto’s sacfrice bunt and scored on Ennis’ two-out single.That was all Raelin Chaffin would need, but the Lady Vikings got a little breathing room with single runs in the fifth and sixth.In the fifth, Brooklyn Brandon drew a one-out walk and advanced to second on a single by Ennis. She scored on Easom’s single to center field.In the sixth, Lexi Gray walked with one out, advanced to second on a single by Makenzie Chaffin and scored on a single by Baffuto.Raelin Chaffin took a no-hitter into the sixth. Anderson broke it up with a leadoff single. The Lady Vikings turned a double play to end the inning after a sacrifice advanced pinch runner Kaylee McLeod to second.Ingram singled with one out in the seventh, but Chaffin struck out the final two batters to end the game.Parkway pitcher Abbie Norcross turned in a solid performance against a tough Airline lineup. She allowed eight hits.NOTE: The above report is based on the teams’ official GameChanger accounts.— Russell Hedges, email@example.com Top Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat Insurance|SponsoredSponsoredUndoNews gadgetThis watch takes the whole country by storm! it’s price? Ridiculous!News gadget|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAspireAbove.comRemember Abby from NCIS? Take A Deep Breath Before You See How She Looks NowAspireAbove.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndo
Audio Playerhttps://www.busybuddiesng.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/post-match-1-2-1.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.A defiant Thomas Dennerby says that the Super Falcons cannot allow themselves wallow in “negative feelings” following Sunday’s opening day loss to South Africa in Group B of the 2018 African Women Cup of Nations in Ghana. The Swede says that despite the loss, the Falcons still aim to “win this tournament and go to the World Cup”.The Falcons fell to a first-ever opening day defeat at the AWCON when substitute Chrestinah Kgatlana lashed home in the 85th minute to give Banyana Banyana a one nil victory which according to Dennerby shows how much improved other African women national teams have become with South Africa a very prominent example.The Falcons’ preparations leading up to this tournament had been less than ideal with the team not playing a single friendly against any national teams. For a side that had played just six matches in two years, jaunts against a pair of U16 boys teams and a so-called “Eleven Sisters” women’s team was hardly sufficient preparation and it was perhaps with this in mind that Dennerby had attempted to downplay expectations even going as far suggesting in his pre-match conference that the Falcons could lose in their opening game. That defeat duly came but it was the manner of it that proved disappointing to Dennerby.“I can see it with my own eyes what is happening in this continent and I can see that indeed a lot of teams have improved,” the Swede said. “I also know that South Africa prepared the team very well [by playing] a lot of friendlies this year.“South Africa are really good on the counter attacks and we know that, we have analyzed and we know what was coming, that is the only thing I feel a little bit sad about that they scored just the way we are talking about so much that this should not happen.“If you lose the ball in midfield, we have to fall back immediately with the defenders to kill the space behind don’t let them come with speed and play the ball in front of players that are coming and that is exactly what happened with the goal.”Having lost their first game, Dennerby says he would now pick up the players to ensure they put the loss behind them as quickly as possible in order to focus on the upcoming fixtures against Zambia and Equatorial Guinea.“[Just] because [we have lost] one game in a tournament, the first game you can’t start having negative feelings.“You need to directly after the game, tell the girls that ‘come on girls, it was just the first 90 minutes now is really time to come together and fight because there are two games that can take us to the semi-final,” he said.The Falcons next play on Wednesday 21 November when they take on the Shepolopolo of Zambia and Dennerby believes that the more time the Falcons spend together will make them better as they grow into the tournament. Notwithstanding the team’s inadequate preparations, the aim Dennerby says, still remains a World Cup berth and a ninth AWCON title.“I think also time is good for us,” he said, “the more we [are] together the more we play together everybody knows already that we have a little bit lack of friendlies before, so I think we have good chance to improve the team and we don’t change our aim, we still want to win this tournament and go to the world cup no doubt about that.”RelatedWe Were Not Afraid of Nigeria – Banyana Banyana (AUDIO)November 19, 2018In “AWCON”Beat Zambia, Prove You Are A Big Team – Dennerby Tells FalconsNovember 21, 2018In “AWCON”Ajibade Set for Debut Against Bayana Bayana As Dennerby Names Chikwelu CaptainNovember 18, 2018In “AWCON”
The Orioles opened the scoring in the top of the first when Renato Nunez hit a three-run home run to give the Orioles a 3-0 lead early in the game. Afterward, in the top of the third, Trey Mancini of Baltimore homered to center field to extend the Orioles lead to 4-0. However, the Yankees would attempt to make a comeback, as they scored three unanswered runs in the bottom of the fourth. Through the 7th, the Orioles and Yankees would go back and forth in scoring, and it would be 5-3 with Baltimore in the lead. In the top of the eighth, Joey Rickard broke open the score of the game as he hit a two-run home run(scoring Renato Nunez) to make it 7-4. In the bottom of the ninth, New York would go on to score on a run, but it would simply not be enough as Paul Fry closed out the game to give the Orioles a 7-4 win. The Baltimore Orioles defeated the New York Yankees by a score of 7-5 on March 31st, 2019. The newest Baltimore skipper, Brandon Hyde, won his first series as a manager today. Currently, the Orioles stand at a 2-1 win-loss record, while the rival Yankees dropped to 1-2 after the loss. Baltimore hurler Dylan Bundy threw 3.2 innings, struck out seven batters, gave up three earned runs, walked five batters, and gave up two hits. Next, the Orioles will travel to Toronto to take on the Blue Jays in a three game set, then they will go home to begin a three game series and host their respective Opening Day against the Yankees. Baltimore hurler David Hess will take the mound for the Orioles, and he will face off against Sean Reid-Foley of Toronto. On the side of things, the Yankees will stay home and take on the Detroit Tigers in a three game series.Please follow and like us:
The University of Utah men’s basketball team began practicing Friday, nearly three months earlier than most teams in America.However, the Utes are well within the rules as they are practicing prior to a trip to Australia next month. Men’s basketball programs are allowed to take one summer foreign trip every four years.For the Utes, it’s actually their first trip in six years, but it couldn’t come at a better time for a program that features a new coach trying to implement new ideas to young players.Coach Jim Boylen, who took over the Ute program in late March, was disappointed that a few of his players weren’t as well-conditioned as he’d hoped, but said the first practice session went well.”It’s great to be out here,” Boylen said. “This is a great situation for us to be together and learn together. I’m happy to have the opportunity to grow and trust each other.”The 12-day trip begins Aug. 7 and will include six games against club teams, some with professional players much older than the Utes.The trip to Australia will be special for two Utes, Luke Nevill and Stephen Weigh, who are natives of the Land Down Under, although from opposite coasts.Nevill, who hails from Perth on the east coast, is excited about the trip and guesses “100-plus people” he knows will come out to see him play in his hometown. However, he said he’s not looking forward to the 14-hour flight, particularly after recently returning from 2 1/2 months in Australia.Weigh, a 6-foot-6 forward from Rockhampton, also recently came back from his homeland but is excited about the upcoming trip.”It’s going to be great to be back home,” he said. “This trip will be a big thing for our team. Traveling overseas is a good thing for bonding as a team. It’s going to be a great time and a really good experience.”Others going on the trip for Utah include Johnnie Bryant, Shawn Green, Lawrence Borha, Curtis Eatmon, Kim Tillie, Luka Drca and Chris Grant. First-year players are not allowed, according to NCAA rules.The Utes will have 10 days to practice before leaving for Australia. Boylen is stressing defense and toughness to his players.”I want us to become a more defense-minded team and build a good foundation,” he said. “That’s my main goal.” I think we have the shooting and ability to score, but we have to get some grit and toughness.” The Utes will return home Aug. 19 and get back into school. The coaches will be able to conduct individual workouts with players during the fall, but official practice won’t begin until Oct. 12. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cristiano Ronaldo spent the time before joining Juventus, after being knocked out of the World Cup, on holiday in Greece with family and friends. And while he was there he made a generous gesture. Ronaldo had been staying with his partner, their children, his mother and sisters in the 630 metres squared hotel, which boasts an huge pool, a jacuzzi and other comforts. It is worth 8,000 a night. Ronaldo decided to leave the huge tip to thank them for a good holiday. Upd. on 20/07/2018 at 09:05 CEST Jesús Burgos Cristiano Ronaldo arrives in Turín ahead of Juventus presentation tomorrow The Portuguese player was so delighted with staff at the Costa Navarino hotel on the peninsula of Peloponeso that he decided to drop a 20,000 cheque as a tip. La exuberante propina de Cristiano Ronaldo a un hotel en Grecia RELATED STORIES IN SPORT.ES 19/07/2018 The hotel thanked him back on Instagram, writing: “It’s been an honour and a great experience for our team to look after Cristiano Ronaldo and his family. Many thanks to Cristiano for being part of our story.”
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LVR gained the rebound but with time running out failed to convert the basket.Watson who played the majority of the game, led LVR in scoring with nine points.Dixon and Josh Matosevic, injured during the game, each netted eight points while Jake Anderson and Eamon Studer both chipped in six points.LVR, without the services of starter Kai Shave due to illness, opened the tournament by stopping Prince Charles Comets of Creston 60-39 Friday afternoon in front of the student body.The Bombers held period leads of 16-4, 32-17 at half, 47-23 after three quarters.Matosevic picked apart the PCSS zone defense with 22 points while Studer had nine points and both Dixon and Watson each netted eight points.LVR advanced to the final by blasting Heritage Christian School Saints of Kelowna 66-43.LVR jumped to a 17-9 lead after one quarter before going up 34-18 at the half.Dixon garnered player of the game accolades with 20 points, while Matosevic netted 18 points.Grade 10 Watson was in tough against the Saints size but managed to chip in nine points.Studer and Darian Johnson rounded off the scoring contributions with eight and seven points, respectively.Despite the win, LVR had no answer for the Saints’ smooth-shooting Sam Belli who netted 21 points.The Bombers return to action Thursday when the team travels to Trail to meet the J. Lloyd Crowe Hawks. The Fernie Falcons held off a late charge to edge the L.V. Rogers Bombers 38-37 in the final of the West Kootenay Rumble High School Boy’s Basketball Tournament Saturday at the Mount Sentinel Gymnasium.Vinnie Watson missed the second of a two-shot foul allowing the Falcons to hold off Bombers.“It wasn’t to be,” said Bomber coach Jeremy Phelan.“The Fernie Falcons were crowned champions of the 2014 West Kootenay Rumble.”The tournament, hosted by LVR and Mount Sentinel Wildcats, attracted teams from the Okanagan and Kootenays.Trailing by four points in the final minute, LVR point guard Robby Dixon was able to cut the margin to two points thanks to a baseline jumper.Fernie missed two free throws on the offensive end and LVR had one last possession to tie.The Bombers then ran an isolation play for Dixon who faked a shot and handed off to Vinnie Watson in the post who was fouled in the act of shooting with 1.7 seconds left in regulation, putting LVR on the line with an opportunity to tie.Watson, LVR’s player of the game in the final, converted the first foul shot but missed the second.
WALES ran in nine tries in a devastating attacking display to demolish Italy 67-14 on Saturday and finish a disappointing Six Nations campaign on a high.The Welsh, beaten 25-21 by champions England last weekend, will finish second in the standings while Italy come bottom after losing all five matches.“We are still disappointed with last week and we owed it to the fans,” Wales captain Dan Lydiate told the BBC.“We still gave away some soft tries but the boys played their hearts out and I couldn’t ask for anything else from them,” added the flanker who was leading the side in place of the injured Sam Warburton.“Two bad halves of rugby let us down in this championship and let’s hope we learn from that and we never start again like we did in the game against England.”Scrumhalf Rhys Webb barrelled over from close range to open the scoring for the hosts, celebrating his first start since sustaining a serious leg injury before last year’s World Cup.Italy scrumhalf Guglielmo Palazzani was sin-binned for falling offside and flyhalf Dan Biggar crossed for the second Welsh try before centre Jonathan Davies finished off a flowing move under the posts to stretch the lead to 27-0 at halftime.Centre Jamie Roberts, winger George North and fullback Liam Williams touched down as Wales cut loose in the second half and replacement flanker Ross Moriarty added two late scores before Gareth Davies completed the rout.Palazzani and centre Gonzalo Garcia grabbed Italy’s consolation tries.“We lost against a great team in Wales which shows the young guys must work on this defeat and get better for future,” Italy captain Sergio Parisse said.“The campaign was really difficult, every team gets injuries but for us it is maybe much more difficult because we don’t have the depth but no excuses, from June we have another staff and maybe things will change.”
Cristiano Ronaldo took his obsession with his image to new heights as he examined his bloodied face on the mobile phone of a Real Madrid doctor while walking off the pitch towards the end of Sunday’s 7-1 win over Deportivo La Coruna.Ronaldo scored twice against Deportivo to help ease Real’s recent crisis but paid a heavy price for his second goal in the 84th minute as opposing defender Fabian Schar kicked the Portuguese forward in the face as he leapt to net his side’s sixth goal of the game.Ronaldo, who once claimed people were envious of him “because I’m rich, handsome and a great player”, was left with his entire face drenched in blood and required treatment on the pitch immediately after scoring.The club’s doctors declared him unable to continue for the remainder of the game even though Real had used their three changes. As Ronaldo walked towards the dressing room his main preoccupation was with how his face looked.He asked one of Madrid’s medical staff if he could use his phone and was seen using the mobile’s screen to scrutinise his face, which was left as red as the shirt of his former club Manchester United.