Kim Oliver’s side will be looking to replicate their last home performance, which saw them beat Worcester Valkyries 34-5 in round 15. Richmond’s last outing saw them draw 26-26 against Gloucester-Hartbury, meaning they still haven’t won a game since round 13 when they beat Darlington Mowden Sharks.
BASKETBALL Basketball Federation of Papua New Guinea is launching its first of many public basketball demonstration events this weekend, starting on Saturday. The federation will be holding a 3×3 competition at the Waterfront Supermarket carpark. The event is open to the public with registrations at K10 per player. The event starts at 9am for U-15; 10am for U-19s and 11-12 is for Open players. The 3×3 basketball is short format of the traditional 5×5. It consists of three players competing in a half court and the competition is only for 10 minutes. This should be a very fast and dynamic competition generating plenty of excitement for the spectators as well as the players. The federation said in a statement that this weekend’s event is the first of three that they will be hosting in the city’s supermarket carparks between May and June. “We will alter to other major centres outside Port Moresby. The objective is to generate plenty of interest in basketball, more particularly, basketball for the juniors. There will be an Oceania U-15 championship in Port Moresby in December and we would like to get as many young players interested and competing as we lead up with competitions and selections in the coming months,” the federation said. “We will also use these events to identify the skill levels of these junior players. We also want to reintroduce our Hoops 4 Health and Junior Hoops program for 2018. This program is funded through the Australian government’s sport for development support in partnership with our international federation, FIBA. The PNG Sports Foundation is also backing these programs. “We also want to thank our partners, Waterfront Foodworld for allowing us the use of their car park.” Interested players can check out our Facebook page for more details or email, admin@basketballpng. com for registration forms.
HATTIESBURG, Miss. (AP) — Jalen Richard and Ito Smith both rushed for over 100 yards, DJ Thompson and Michael Thomas went over 100 receiving and Southern Mississippi nearly tripled Texas San Antonio’s offensive output in a 32-10 win Saturday night.Southern Mississippi (4-3, 2-1 Conference USA) had 556 yards to UTSA’s 205, and the Golden Eagles possessed the ball more than 35 minutes.Thomas scored on a 47-yard pass from Nick Mullens on Southern Mississppi’s first possession. Stephen Brauchle hit three field goals in the second quarter to make it a 16-0 halftime lead. Mullens finished 23 of 31 for 343 yards with two scores and three interceptions.Kerry Thomas Jr.’s 1-yard TD catch put UTSA (1-6, 1-2) on the board midway through the third quarter. Daniel Portillo kicked a 30-yard field goal to pull the Roadrunners within two scores, but Richard’s one-yard plunge in the fourth quarter put the game out of reach.
1 SportsLogos.Net DGivens87 Sports Logos 235 posts DGivens87 Location:Pennsylvania!! Posted September 19, 2006 Link to post All Activity 1 timmy b Followers 0 Members Sports Logos Sign in to follow this 0 Favourite Logos:Philadelphia EaglesSeattle MarinersCubs “Cuba” scriptFremantle Dockers Share this post 2,062 posts Discrim 1 Followers 0 Sports Logo News Link to post Members This topic is now closed to further replies. Posted September 19, 2006 1 Sports Logo News Recommended Posts I’m gonna comment on this because it is something that is important to modern football unis. The advent of the NFL on TV necessitated a uni code change, one in which I don’t believe has been done since. Good ol’ TV numbers…happy 50th!!! Discrim Forums Home Location:East Providence 1 Location:Racine, WI…where I am very proud of my 0-year NFL career is very bendy…and I need a hug All Activity 11,770 posts You don’t kill people you don’t know. That’s a rule. Share on other sites Members Sign in to follow this overlooked 50th anniversary timmy b well as one of those whose love of uniform history is shared by a few others out there….this season is the 50th anniversary of the introduction of numerals on the sleeves or shoulders on the football jersey. also – and probably more commonly known – as “tv numbers”, 8 of the 12 nfl teams sported them in 1956. the teams were the colts, bears, lions, packers, rams, giants, eagles and steelers. it was also in 1956 that cbs began televising in earnest nfl regular season games. as teams were still sporting dark jerseys when playing each other (that would change in 1957), the addition of numerals on the sleeves would make for easier identification of players for the fans viewing the game on the philco console at home. the other four teams would eventually follow suit; the redskins in 57, the 49ers during 1958, the browns (switching from numbers on the sides of their helmet to the sleeves in 1961) and the cardinals in 1962. ironically, the steelers in 1957 would take them off the sleeves and stick the numbers on the sides of their yellow helmets (a la the browns) and would keep them on the helmets until 1962, when they would be affixed back on the jersey sleeves. in the afl, all the teams would wear sleeve numerals, except for a year in 1967, the chargers would remove them. when the bengals joined the afl in 1968, old-liner paul brown refused to place numbers on his team’s shoulders or sleeves, holding out until 1980.a month or so after the 1956 nfl season, the detroit red wings would pick up on the football idea and become the first hockey team to sport tv numerals, in fact redesigning their white jerseys to focus attention to the nifty new numbers. soon afterwards the other five teams would follow suit, with the black hawks wearing them in 57-58, canadiens, the rangers and bruins sporting them in the 58-59 season with the last holdout being the toronto maple leafs, who would finally attach nubers to their sleeves starting with the 1962 stanley cup playoffs. for a spell the st. louis blues would keep them off of their white sweaters in the late 60’s thru the early 70’s.all hail the tv numbers’ 50th anniversary!! timmy b 1,182 Share this post heh, then happy anniversary, sleeve number! 0 Posted September 19, 2006 By timmy b, September 19, 2006 in Sports Logo News 1 overlooked 50th anniversary Link to post 1,182 Share on other sites Share this post 0 1,182 SportsLogos.Net Go To Topic Listing Share on other sites Forums Home overlooked 50th anniversary
25 July 2015, 19:25 O’Connor in overnight second place at Camphire O’Connor sixth in Tattersalls three-star class Tags: Austin O’Connor, Kilpatrick Knight, tattersalls 15 August 2015, 13:25 Ireland miss podium by a fraction at Aachen 26 July 2015, 17:48 Daniels takes second in Camphire three-star, O’Connor third Related news stories 23 October 2014, 12:57 IRELAND FIELDS THREE AT FOUR-STAR PAU THIS WEEKEND Home » Disciplines News » Eventing News » O’Connor sixth in Tattersalls three-star class AUSTIN O’Connor was best of the Irish in the The Irish Field CCI3* class at Tattersalls International Horse Trials today (Sunday), finishing in sixth place on his dressage score of 50.00 with the Irish Sport Horse Kilpatrick Knight.Great Britain’s Kitty King and Ceylor LAN took top honours in the 10th Anniversary of the event, coming home on a score of 45.90 after lying in second place going into the show jumping phase, where she delivered a clear round.In the George Mernagh Memorial CIC3*, New Zealander Mark Todd and NZB Campino produced an excellent cross country round clear and inside the time, winning the class with an impressive score of 36.90. In second place was Australia’s Paul Tapner riding Yogi Bear who produced a clear cross country round and finished on 40.00. Top Irish placing went to Olympian Joseph Murphy with the Irish Sport Horse Electric Cruise, who finished in fifth place on 44.8.Great Britain’s William Fox-Pitt continued his success at Tattersalls today by winning the Eventing Ireland CCI2* riding Ramdam de Mons. The ten-year-old gelding, who is owned by the Fox-Pitt Partnership and the rider, finished on a score of 42.20 ahead of fellow Brits Harry Meade riding Cruising Away on a score of 43.40 and Daisy Berkeley on Strike Smartly on 48.10. Fox-Pitt previously won this class in 2011 on Rolex Kentucky winner, Bay My Hero. Best of the Irish was Aoife Clark riding the Irish Sport Horse Wasting Light who finished in seventh place.In the Connolly’s RED MILLS CCI2*U24, Great Britain’s Tom McEwen took the title riding Joyride on a score of 48.60, Alicia Hawker (GB) finished in second position riding Charles RR on a mark of 53.70 and the winner also took third spot riding Staff des Champs on 54.00. Ireland’s Michelle Kenny finished in fourth place riding Eurelia A.Tattersalls International Horse Trials was run in conjunction with Horse Sport Ireland.Austin O’Connor and Kilpatrick Knight (ISH) 28 April 2015, 23:21 Two top 20s for Ireland at four-star Kentucky 31 May 2015, 20:40
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It’s going to be huge to get some starts on the PGA Tour next year and that’s obviously where I’ve been aiming at since I turned professional. – Tony FinauIt’s been a long time coming, but Salt Lake native Tony Finau has made the PGA Tour.Finau clinched a spot on next year’s tour by winning the Stonebrae Classic in Hayward, California. The 24-year-old fired a 4-under-par 66 Sunday afternoon to take a three-stroke victory over Fabian Gomez, Zack Sucher and Daniel Berger.Finau had burst into the lead with rounds of 62 and 63 on Friday and Saturday and held on to earn his first Web.com victory after coming close several times earlier this year.“I feel overwhelmed. It hasn’t really sunk in yet,’’ Finau said. “Going up the 18th hole, I got goosebumps thinking about how far I’ve come these last couple of years. I’m just soaking the win up. It was just a huge performance on my part.’’The victory was worth $108,000 to Finau and vaulted him from No. 24 to No. 8 on the Web.com Tour money list with $238,125. That assures him of a top 25 finish, which will give him playing privileges on the PGA Tour in 2015.“It’s going to be huge to get some starts on the PGA Tour next year and that’s obviously where I’ve been aiming at since I turned professional,’’ he said. “I’m looking forward to the next challenge. I’ve been close to the lead this year and to come through this week, I just can’t put into words what it’s going to do for my confidence going forward.”Finau came close three times earlier this year, finishing in a tie for fourth at tournaments in Indiana and Ohio and finishing fifth at the Utah Championship in early July. In the Indiana tournament, Finau was leading with four holes to play, only to bogey three of the final four holes.In Sunday’s round, Finau held tough throughout. He played the front nine in 1-under with one bogey and just when he’d been surpassed by Gomez, he birdied 10 and 11, while Gomez bogeyed 10. Finau birdied No. 15 with a 10-foot putt to get to 22-under par and his nearest competitors couldn’t go lower than 19-under.Finau started playing golf at age 7 and was a top junior golfer in Utah, capturing the State Amateur title in 2006 at the age of 16, defeating current PGA Tour regular Daniel Summerhays in the finals. He surprised a lot of folks by turning pro at the age of 17, just as he was finishing high school at West High.He played on various minor tours and in state opens around the West over the past few years before finally qualifying for the Web.com Tour this year. He made the cut at 11 consecutive tournaments before missing at the Boise Open last month. He took last week off and took advantage of his rest with Sunday’s victory.Another Utah golfer, Ogden’s Zac Blair, finished in 62nd place at 276 after shooting a 72 Sunday. It marked the fifth-straight week Blair has made the cut on the Web.com Tour. 14 years after being summer golf pals, McIlroy and Finau both earned big wins Related
Wellington Police notes: Tuesday, December 26, 2017:•6:05 a.m. Michelle R. Camacho, 39, Arkansas City, was issued a notice to appear for speeding 58 mph in a 45 mph zone.•6:20 a.m. Charles M. Terry, 67, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for defective headlamp.•8:38 a.m. Officers investigated criminal damage to property and criminal trespass in the 300 block E. 15th, Wellington.•10:46 a.m. Officers investigated a theft of a saw in the 1000 block Mission Road, Wellington.•Markkel D. Bradley, 35, Wellington was served a City of Wellington Summons and complaint for theft.•Alfred L. Black Jr., 41, Wellington was served a City of Wellington summons and complaint for five counts of disturbing the peace and disorderly conduct.•3:04 p.m. Officers investigated criminal damage to padlocks in the 200 block W. Botkins, Wellington.•3:20 p.m. Officers took a report of a domestic disturbance in the 800 block N. G, Wellington.•3:36 p.m. Officers investigated a burglary and criminal damage to property in the 200 block W. Botkin, Wellington.•10:30 p.m. Shaun C. Polzin, 50, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for no proof of insurance.
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