McKINNEY, Texas – The 2019 Southland Conference Men’s Golf Championship is slated to begin Monday morning at 7:30 a.m. CT on the Dye Course at Stonebridge Ranch Country Club in McKinney, Texas. The Dye Course is a par-72 that stands at 7,219 total yards. The tournament is slated for 54 holes over three rounds with play concluding Wednesday afternoon.Monday’s tournament is the 55th installment of the Southland Conference Championship and is comprised of 11 member institutions. Sam Houston State enters as the tournament’s No. 1 seed and will look to defend its 2018 tournament title.The Bearkats have racked up three tournament wins throughout the 2018-19 season, including back-to-back victories over their last two tournament appearances in the month of April. Sam Houston State claimed first-place honors at the Huntsville Toyota Bearkat Invitational (April 1-2) and the Bayou City Collegiate Classic (April 15-16). SHSU has been led throughout the year by junior William Holcomb who has averaged a 71 for the season, including a season-low 66 opening round at the Huntsville Toyota Bearkat Invitational. Sam Houston State is ranked 91st in the nation and stands 50th nationally in par 3 scoring (3.16). No. 2-seeded Lamar will look to challenge the Bearkats as the Cardinals enter the championship shooting 292.4 per round throughout the season. LU is led by Cody Banach who has averaged 72.56 over 25 rounds for his junior campaign. Lamar put together its lowest score of the season at the Lake Charles Toyota Invitational (March 18-19) shooting -13 for a final score of 275 and a fourth-place team finish. Hugo Hellman is responsible for the Cardinals’ lowest round of the season with a 67 in the final round of the Lake Charles Toyota Invitational.McNeese will play as the tournament’s No. 3 seed and will join Sam Houston State and Lamar in the final tee time Monday morning, beginning at 9:45 a.m. The Cowboys are led by Blake Elliott who leads the Southland Conference player rankings and stands 21st nationally among individuals. Elliott is averaging 70.08 per round for the season and pushed his McNeese squad to a tournament victory at the Louisiana Classics (Feb. 25-26). The Cowboys have captured the Southland Conference Championship title in two of the last three years.The tournament’s No. 4 seed belongs to Stephen F. Austin, who is led by Angelo Leyvani and Jake Hendrix. The Lumberjacks have finished two tournaments this season shooting under par, the first of which came in their season opener at the Golfweek Program Challenge (Sept. 9-11, 2018) in Pawley’s Island, S.C., where they shot -14. SFA’s most recent performance under par came at the Lake Charles Toyota Invite where they concluded play nine strokes under. Leyvani ranks third in the Southland with a 58-2 head-to-head record against conference opponents.Abilene Christian occupies the tournament’s No. 5 seed after averaging 295.37 per round for the season. The Wildcats are led by sophomore Alex Clouse who has appeared in 24 rounds throughout the 2018-19 season for a 72.96 individual average. Clouse is also responsible for ACU’s lowest round this season, registering a 66 in the second round of The Big Texan (March 25-26) in Kerrville, Texas. The Wildcats have recorded 80 birdies and four eagles throughout the 2018-19 campaign, with a season-best fifth-place team finish at the Jim Rivers Intercollegiate in Ruston, La. (Oct. 15-16, 2018).Rounding out the tournament’s top-six teams are the Huskies of Houston Baptist who will join Stephen F. Austin and Abilene Christian in the tee box for a 9 a.m. start time. Daniel Dimaculangan leads the Huskies and ranks 26th in the Southland with a 35-25 head-to-head record.Beginning at 8:15 a.m., No. 7 Incarnate Word, No. 8 Nicholls and No. 9 Central Arkansas will tee off together. Leading off the morning will be No. 10 Southeastern Louisiana and No. 11 New Orleans who are paired together for a 7:30 a.m. start time.For daily results, live scores and the latest tee times at the 2019 Southland Conference Men’s Golf Championship, visit Championship Central.
Gerard Piqué He attended the press in the mixed zone after the game.How do they leave the Bernabéu?Disgusted, we thought we could get a good result because they transmitted very bad feelings, the one in the first part is one of the worst Madrid I have encountered in the Bernabéu. But we have lost control and then they put you back and at any moment you can fit a goal and in a play we fit.Is the feeling of frustration?Of missed opportunity, especially in the first part, in which we could have sentenced.Talk about the worst Madrid having lost is curious … I do not say it as criticism of Madrid, we also have problems and we are not well, we have lost an opportunity. We had control of the game and if we took advantage of a couple of occasions it would have been a mountain for them. We got one and then the secondHow do you see Madrid?They leave very reinforced and we, touched but not sunk, it is enough for us to win LaLiga if we do things right until the end.Why do they suffer so much without a ball?We position ourselves open to give pass lines and if we are solid with the pass lines and we lose it we suffer, losing it in your field is dangerous, the version of the second part we have to improve it.Vinicius threw a goal?I don’t know if he knocks on the door. I am in inferiority I let him make the decision and try to block chut. For the position of the foot I think he wanted to kick.
But a Jason Corder RBI single in the ninth tied it, and Howell came through with his big hit to make it 8-6. ASU threatened in the ninth,but despite giving up another run, Shaw (2-0) closed the door to earn the win. The runs were the first given up by Shaw all year. Corder went 4 for 5, with a solo homer, to lead the Dirtbags’ 16-hit attack. LBSU got three hits from Danny Espinosa, who also knocked a solo home run, and two hits each from hits from Robert Perry and Brandon Godfrey. In a game of comebacks, Long Beach State struck last. Travis Howell hit a two-run single to highlight a three-run ninth inning to lead the No. 19- ranked Dirtbags to a come-from-behind 8-7 victory over No. 11 Arizona State on Saturday. The victory evened the three-games series, with the rubber match set for today at . The Dirtbags (9-5) took a 5-4 lead in the eighth before the Sun Devils (13-6) rallied in their half of the inning against LBSU closer Bryan Shaw with Matt Spencer hit a two-run double to give ASU a 6-5 lead. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
He’s reportedly said First Nations want certainty of a law, not a regulation, which can be changed or rescinded at any time in the future by cabinet.Read the entire Vancouver Sun article here.With files from The Vancouver Sun The Vancouver Sun is reporting Natural Gas Minister Rich Coleman says he has prepared new cabinet regulations that would effectively ban any company from building a natural gas pipeline and then, in the future, trying to “reverse” it to carry oil to the coast.The Sun story says the move is primarily to address concerns raised by First Nations whose territories could be impacted by natural gas pipelines built to feed proposed liquefied natural gas projects on the northwest coast.Many First Nations are said to be more agreeable to the idea of a natural gas pipeline than an oil pipeline, because a natural gas spill is less environmentally damaging than oil spill.- Advertisement -The ban is also a warning to oil and gas companies – they can’t use a natural gas project as a foot in the door to a pipeline, and then later turn around and sell it to another company with oil ambitions.The government received legal advice it could issue a cabinet regulation on the ban and didn’t need to go as far as amending B.C.’s Oil and Gas Activities Act in the legislature.The newspaper reports Mr. Coleman thinks First Nation leaders will support the move, but there’s word now that at least one of them whose northwest B.C. territory has the potential to be impacted by several pipeline projects, doesn’t believe the government is going far enough.Advertisement
Mane scored the first, third and last goals at the Estadio Dragao as Liverpool virtually ensured a first Champions League quarter-final for nine years, with the second leg at Anfield now a formality.“Everyone is always talking about the three, but the team make (it) easier because without the team we are nothing,” said a smiling Mane, with the match ball cradled in his arms.“They do a great job behind (with) all they give us, and we are the lucky boys and we score all the time.”Mane had been the least prolific member of a fast and furious Liverpool attack that has continued to sparkle despite the departure of Phillippe Coutinho to Barcelona for £142 million ($200 million) in January.Mane had most often been the player sacrificed earlier in the season when Jurgen Klopp opted to go with only three of the “Fab Four”.A year ago Mane, a £36-million signing from Southampton in 2016, seemed indispensable to Klopp’s rebuilding at Anfield.His time at the African Cup of Nations coincided with a five-game winless run in January and February that ended any chance of a first Premier League title since 1990, while Klopp’s men were also dumped out of the FA Cup and League Cup.– ‘Not jealous’ –This season it has been Salah who has shone with his fleetness of foot and finishing ability, taking the Egyptian to 30 goals in just 36 games for the club — a record that helped Salah beat Mane to win African Player of the Year in January.“It is a new situation, Mo Salah is in. They are best friends so he is not jealous, but it is like everybody is watching there now what is he doing,” said Klopp earlier this month.Mane got the break he needed to open the scoring in Portugal thanks to an error from Porto goalkeeper Jose Se.His confidence seemed to soar and he finished off a characteristic speedy counterattack led by Salah and Firmino for Liverpool’s third, before smashing home from outside the area to complete his hat-trick.“He gave the right answer,” said Klopp. “I said to him after the last game ‘finally you are back’ when we met on the pitch, and tonight he showed it again what a fantastic player he is.Against Porto, Sadio Mane stepped out of the shadows of team-mates Mo Salah and Firmino © AFP / Francisco LEONG“He was always fantastic for us even in his not so good moments.“That’s the real quality if you are not on your 100 percent and still scoring, maybe not that often. If you keep on working really hard it will come, like he did. There can be a moment like this.”Mane’s historic feat did not go unnoticed in his native Senegal, where the 25-year-old is expected to provide the inspiration for his nation at this year’s World Cup.“Mane spits fire in the Dragon’s stadium” and “historic hat-trick” were among the headlines in the Senegalese press.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000When Sadio Mane fired home Liverpool’s fifth goal against Porto, he became the first African to hit a Champions League hat trick © AFP / Francisco LEONGLONDON, United Kingdom, Feb 15 – Often overshadowed by team-mate Mohamed Salah’s debut season, Sadio Mane burst back into the spotlight as the first Senegalese player to hit a Champions League hat-trick in Liverpool’s 5-0 demolition of Porto.Salah and Roberto Firmino were also on target on Wednesday as Liverpool’s three lightning-quick forwards took their joint tally for the season to 63 goals.
West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce has revealed he is only thinking about helping the club progress – not his contract, which expires at the end of the season.The Hammers currently sit eighth in the Premier League table, and are looking to secure European football in east London for the first time since 2006.And the 60-year-old boss, who confirmed he won’t have talks about a new deal until the end of the campaign, admitted he’s just concentrating on ensuring his team finish as high as possible in the top flight.He told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast: “It would be very nice if we could achieve [European football] but progression is what it’s about.“The owners are no different now to what they have been for my entire time here, [they’re] waiting until around or at the end of the season [to talk about my contract].“Last time, when we first got back into the Premier League, we finished tenth and it was sorted out at the end of the season. It will be the same for this contract.”
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREChargers go winless in AFC West with season-ending loss in Kansas City“We’re going to have our hands full with Arizona, a tough team,” Rockies outfielder Jeff Baker said. “We know them. They know us.” Start with their records: Arizona won the NL West with a league-best 90-72. The Rockies, who had to defeat San Diego in a one-game playoff to earn a wild-card berth, finished 90-73. Both clubs have built from within, and they’ve done it relatively cheaply. The Rockies entered the season with a payroll of $54.4 million, $2.4 million more than the Diamondbacks. Only four clubs had lower payrolls. Instead of spending on free agents, both organizations committed to building through the draft. Two of their finest products can be found at shortstop – Colorado’s Troy Tulowitzki, drafted in the first round two years ago, and Arizona’s Stephen Drew, picked in the first round a year earlier. Game 1 on Thursday night will pit dazzling starting pitchers Brandon Webb of Arizona and Jeff Francis of Colorado. Both are homegrown. “It speaks to the good old-fashioned values of baseball: scouting and player development and building from within and being patient and taking chances and things working out,” Colorado manager Clint Hurdle said after the Rockies wrapped up a three-game sweep of the Phillies in their NL playoff series. Inexperience can prove costly. But for the Diamondbacks and the Rockies, what they don’t know hasn’t hurt them. “With this team, everybody calls us young, but I think it’s the most exciting team I’ve been on,” said Drew, the younger brother of Boston’s J.D. Drew. Colorado, which lost 94 games in 2004 and 95 in 2005, posted its first winning record since 2000. The Diamondbacks went 51-111 three years ago. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! By Andrew Bagnato THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOENIX – When the Arizona Diamondbacks look across the field at the Colorado Rockies this week, they may feel as if they’re looking into a mirror. The teams took similar routes to an unlikely destination – the NL championship series.
Club Notes Naomh Adhamhnáin – 17.03.16In Association with Letterkenny Shopping Centre – Lá Shona Fhéile Pádraig dár gcomhaltaí uilig.Well done to the U21 footballers last night with both Conor Morrison and Conor O’Donnell in the starting line-up while Rory Carr continues his recovery from a shoulder injury. Next up is a meeting with All-Ireland U21 champions, Tyrone. Anyone interested in marching with the club today in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade should be at Tobin’s Service Station no later than 2pm. Wear club colours.Thanks to everyone that helped out on Sunday to make the day a great success as we hosted the Football & Hurling double-header for the Donegal teams. Unfortunately, the results didn’t go our way.The Senior and Senior reserve footballers begin their respective league campaigns this Sunday with a trip to Gaoth Dobhair in All-County Div. 1 & Div. 1 Reserve. Best of luck to David McGinley and his management team.The Minor Football Dev. Team were narrowly beaten in Convoy last week in a thrilling game, they travel to Red Hugh’s in a game scheduled for Monday, March 21st at 6pm. The Div. 1 team had no game last weekend and are also due to play on Monday night at home to N. Colmcille. The Senior Board Presentation that was due to take place in the Clubhouse on St. Patrick’s Night has been put off until Saturday, April 9th. Our Junior men’s footballers and U21 Hurlers have their county medals to collect. Pat Connaghan, who won championships in 1969 and 1972 will become the latest member of our Hall of Fame.Well done to our players that represented the Donegal Minors and U17’s in Ballyshannon against Fermanagh last Saturday. Both teams had comfortable wins with Niall O’Donnell among the goals for the minors. Both teams are free this week before meeting Tyrone the following week.Well done to our members who were on the Donegal U14 Girls team that won the Ulster A Championship Blitz on Saturday in Cookstown. The girls take on Derry at 3pm this Saturday at Coláiste Ailigh with the Dev. Squad meeting Fermanagh at 1:30pm. Eunan’s have 8 girls between the two panels.Our U12 girls football will commence training on Thursday, April 7th between 6pm and 7pm each week. New members are always welcome.The Friday Evening Hurling & Camogie Academy has now finished indoors and will begin outdoors in O’Donnell Park on Friday, April 1st at 6:30pm. This Sunday (March 20th) is the last indoor session for the Century Cinema’s Sunday Morning Football Academy. It will take a break for Easter Sunday and return outdoors at 11am on Sunday, April 3rd.The Clubhouse is available for bookings and is a great venue for your function with our fantastic, upgraded facilities. For bookings contact Niall on 086-306 2893.If anyone has any expertise in website management, please contact PRO Paul McGovern asap and if anyone has particular IT Skills that they feel would be of benefit to the club, please get in touch on 086-811 4151 or by e-mail: email@example.com.GAA NEWS: EUNAN’S BEGIN LEAGUE CAMPAIGN AWAY TO GAOTH DOBHAIR was last modified: March 17th, 2016 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:CLUB NOTESSt Eunans
1 He also made 102 appearances for Scotland.But perhaps what has earned him the knighthood is through his charity work for the Marina Dalglish Appeal and the support he offered to the families affected by the Hillsborough disaster in 1989, in which 96 Liverpool fans lost their lives.He said: “I thought it was a tax bill. For the family, it’s a huge honour.“It won’t make any difference to me, I’ll just maybe need to change my passport!“But just because we’re a wee bit embarrassed about it doesn’t underestimate how pleased and proud we are to have received it.“I hope everyone who came into our lives enjoys it as well.”Dalglish is the only sporting figure knighted in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.However, OBEs were awarded to world heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua and two-time Olympic skeleton champion Lizzie Yarnold, as well as Bournemouth and former England striker Jermain Defoe. Kenny Dalglish has been knighted in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for his services to football as well as his charity work and the support of the Hillsborough families.The Liverpool legend won three European Cups and six league titles in what was a glittering career as a player and a manager for the Reds. Dalglish claimed to be ‘a wee bit embarrassed’ to receive the knighthood getty
Parents in Donegal are advised to apply for school transport for the new school year 2018/19. Cllr Patrick McGowan has called on families to apply for the scheme before the deadline date on Friday, 27 April 2018.The School Transport Scheme supports transport to and from school for children who reside remotely from their nearest school. The scheme is operated by Bus Éireann on behalf of the Department of Education and Skills. Only new pupils need apply, for example, pupils starting Primary school or pupils moving to Post Primary school in Autumn 2018.Details of all existing pupils who currently hold tickets are already recorded and the email address provided in the registration process previously is used to communicate with families in July when it is time to pay the school transport charges for the new school year.To apply, visit BusEireann.ie at the following link: http://www.buseireann.ie/inner.php?id=257 Donegal parents reminded to apply for rural bus scheme for new school year was last modified: March 21st, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)