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Mentor Moves to 3-1; Tops the Mustangs in Strongsville 42-27

first_imgBy Dave AlligoodSTRONGSVILLE, OHIO – The Mentor Cardinals opened Greater Cleveland Conference league play with a decisive 42-27 win over the Strongsville Mustangs Friday night at Pat Catan Stadium.Strongsville opened the game with a record-setting play in the opening seconds.  After a botched return followed by an offensive penalty pinned the Mustangs on their one-yard line, junior QB Jony Major found a sprinting Nick Adams behind the Cardinal’s defense.The junior receiver outpaced the defenders for a 99-yard touchdown reception, the longest play in school history.  The PAT gave the Mustangs their only lead of the night at 7-0.For the rest of the half, Mentor’s three senior offensive leaders—Tadas Tatarunas, Logan Shea, and Chris Edmond—led the Cardinals to 21 first half points for a 21-6 lead at the midpoint.On Mentor’s opening drive, QB Tatarunas showed his elusiveness in avoiding a sack to complete a downfield pass to get Mentor out of trouble.  After moving ball to the 2-yard line, running back Edmond punched through for the Cardinal’s first score.  The game was tied at 7-7 with the PAT.Mentor’s defense created havoc for the Mustang offense, who could not get any momentum going.  Led by defensive standouts Dan Garcar and Noah Potter, the Cardinal D harassed the Mustangs on the edge and stuffed them up the middle.Potter was particularly busy, creating match-up nightmares for Strongsville’s O line.  Potter, who is getting a lot of looks from Big 10 and MAC programs, said, “I just try to dominate every play.  I think I did that most of the game.  A couple of plays got away from me.  I just tried to do my best and help my teammates.  That’s my job.”Potter finished with multiple QB hurries and tackles for loss.  And when he could not get to the QB, he demanded the O line’s attention enough to allow others to get through.Edmond scored two more touchdowns in the first half.  The last one came on Mentor’s first drive of the second quarter.  Showing their ability to grind out yardage and chew up the clock, the Cardinals went 85 yards in 14 plays, taking nearly four minutes off the clock.  Edmond capped the drive with a one-yard run.For Strongsville, halftime could not come soon enough as they floundered time and again on offense, and were battered and slow to react on defense.Mentor received the second-half kickoff and did not miss a beat as Tatarunas used a combination of passes and a well-timed keeper to put the Cardinals at Strongsville’s one-yard line, where Edmond again punched it in for his fourth touchdown.Strongsville would answer with their own impressive drive, including a key fourth-down conversion, and would cap it with a 16-yard touchdown pass from Major to junior wideout Joe Gillette.  The PAT was no good, and the score was Mentor 28-13 at the 7:12 mark of the third quarter.At this point, it appeared Mentor would completely run away with the game.Mentor would again rely on their big three and finish with a 13-yard touchdown pass from Tatarunas to Shea.  With the successful PAT, Mentor led 35-13 midway through the third quarter.Strongsville suffered a nightmarish possession as they were hit with multiple offensive penalties and then exacerbated their drive with a poor exchange resulting in Mentor gaining possession at Strongsville’s five-yard line.Two plays later, Tatarunas scored on a keeper as the Mustang D focused on Edmond.  The PAT gave Mentor a 42-13 lead at the end of the third quarter, and the rout appeared to be in hand.Strongsville refused to give up and scored on their next drive junior back Taylor Griffin punched it in from the one-yard line.  Strongsville attempted a two-point conversion but Major was stopped short.  Mentor’s lead was cut to 42-19 early in the fourth.Strongsville then successfully executed an onside kick and used the momentum to score on a beautiful pass from Major to Joe Gillette for his second score of the game.  This time the two-point conversion was good for a 42-27 Mentor lead.Mentor would give Strongsville another opportunity on their next drive.  On third-and-eleven, Tatarunas passed directly to Strongsville defender Jake Poyle who returned the ball to Mentor’s 48-yard line.Unable to muster any offense, Strongsville turned the ball over on downs with 3:47 left in the game.Mentor was then able to convert two big third-down plays and run out the clock for the final score of 42-27.Mentor coach Steve Trivisonno was pleased with the offensive effort throughout the game.  “We did a nice job tonight.  We went empty set and moved guys around.  It was a good job offensively.”Trivisonno also commented on his team’s defensive inconsistency: “We were [disruptive].  We just gave up too many big plays.  Can’t give up deep passes.”With the win, Mentor improves to 3-1 (1-0 in GCC play) and Strongsville drops to 2-2 (0-1 in the GCC).Mentor hosts Brunswick next week in GCC play, while Strongsville continues league play on the road with a tough matchup at Solon.Player of the Game:  Mentor senior running back Chris Edmond.  On a night that featured big games from QB Tatarunas (over 250 yards passing) and wideout Logan Shea (10 receptions for nearly 150 yards), Edmond was the steady rock that kept the Cardinals offense churning out yards and eating up minutes on the clock in the second half.  Even the dominant performance by junior end Noah Potter was overshadowed by Edmond’s 120 yards and four rushing touchdowns. 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Library Canceling Debts for Donations

first_imgLinda Swarner said the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank will accept the donations… FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Fine forgiveness in on the menu at the Soldotna Library where borrowers can pay off outstanding debts by donating food for the hungry. The Library will forgive $1 worth of fines for every can or box of food brought in this week. Swarner: “We treat everyone with caring, compassion, and dignity. Our food distribution is from Noon-4 Monday through Friday, if you walk in the door, you’re going to go home with bags of food. We also serve a hot meal, Monday through Friday from 11:30am – 2:30pm, and you can come five days a week all month long for a hot meal and just a place to come and get warm. The distribution of food is just once a calendar month.  The food drive is part of the National Library Week celebrations in Soldotna. Swarner said preserved proteins, like peanut butter or meat, are always in high demand. Last year they gathered close to 100 lbs of food.last_img read more

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Governor Says ‘We Are Not Panicked’ After Major Spike In Positive COVID Cases

first_imgFacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享In a Sunday evening press conference, Governor Mike Dunleavy along with the state’s chief medical officer Dr. Anne Zink, Dr. Michael Bernstein of Providence Alaska and Anchorage Health Department director Natasha Pineda addressed Alaskans following the largest single day of positive cases of COVID-19 in the state. Dr. Zink said it is up to individual Alaskans to stop the spread of COVID-19 by maintaining social distancing guidlines, wearing a mask, washing hands and avoiding large gatherings. She drove home the point by stating that the most important thing for residents to do is stay home if they feel sick. Zink: “We are in a very different place than when this began with more testing, hospital capacity, more knowledge, but we are a long way from being done. If we all do a little, together we can do a lot.” Dunleavy: “We don’t see this as any reason to get overly concerned, We said we’re going to watch this every day, which we’re doing. We are not panicked” Twenty-seven confirmed COVID-19 cases were reported Sunday by the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, making it the state’s highest daily increase since the pandemic began. Dr. Zink took to social media after the press conference to remind Alaskans “Open” never meant “over”.Dr. Zink: “8 of the 27 are from the Kenai Peninsula. Many of the cases are still under investigation but large social gatherings appear to be linking some of these cases.” The Peninsula also saw two more positive cases on Saturday, Homer (1) and Kenai Peninsula Borough (1). The governor was asked during Sunday’s press conference if there are plans to reinstate the 14-day quarantine for out of state travelers past the June 5 deadline. Dunleavy: “Revisions to the 14-day quarantine for outside travelers will not be adjusted at this time but officials will continue to have discussions.”last_img read more

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Gate Guide: Summer Series Concerts

first_imgSir Rod Stewart is first to perform at Ashton Gate Stadium, the home of Bristol Bears and Bristol City, on Wednesday, May 22nd and here’s your easy guide for what to expect.ORDER OF EVENTS1:00pm – Ashton Road closure3:00pm – Fan Village open3:00pm – Rod Stewart Box Office open3:00pm – Official merchandise on sale in Fan Village4:00pm – Hospitality open7:00pm – Concert starts10:30pm – Bars close11:00pm – Concert finishesSTADIUMThere are three entry points; Gates 1, 2 & 3. Please make sure that you refer to your ticket which will outline which entrance you should use. All tickets will be scanned on entry, with wristbands being distributed to pitch seated tickets. Please make sure that you wear suitable clothing incase of adverse weather.Bag searches will take place upon arrival, with bags no larger than an A4 size and water bottles (500ml or smaller) in a transparent plastic bag being permitted entry. Umbrellas will not be allowed.There will be several access points to the pitch, when the doors open. These entrances are located throughout the concourse and will be clearly signposted. Wristbands will be checked upon entry of the pitch. Once the concert starts the access points into the concourse will be A8 & A9 until the end of the show.There are two bars located on the pitch for drinks service.FOOD & DRINK The Ashton Gate Sports Bar & Pizzeria will be open from 3pm. To book a table in the pizzeria on the day of the concerts please email: sportsbarpizzeria@ashtongate.co.uk The Coffee Shop will open at 3pm and will be serving a variety of sweet treats as well as hot drinks and cocktails!Inside Ashton Gate Stadium’s concourse we will have a range of bars and food outlets including:Thatcher’s Rose BarThe Gin Club & The Cocktail BarViva MexicoFeed the Goat by TastaraggaAshton Gate Stadium operates a ‘Challenge 25’ so please ensure you bring valid photo ID. Please note that there are no cash machines on site, however most bars will operate contactless payments.There are many vegetarian and vegan food options in both the Fan Village and inside the Stadium concourse; including vegan curry, vegetarian pasties, vegetarian Mexican options as well as many more.FAN VILLAGEThe Fan Village will open at 3pm, and will see live music played by The Plash Pans as well as many food and drinks outlets.GETTING HEREFans are urged to get to Ashton Gate Stadium early. Full travel information is available below.TRAVEL INFORMATIONFor more information take a look at our FAQs, they can be downloaded by clicking below.FAQslast_img read more

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Graham Rahal: Pack racing ‘like life and death’

first_imgGraham Rahal said every move in IndyCar pack racing feels like "life and death."Graham Rahal said every move in IndyCar pack racing feels like “life and death.” Graham Rahal said every move made in IndyCar pack racing "is life or death."Graham Rahal said every move made in IndyCar pack racing “is life or death.”FORT WORTH, Texas – Want to know why IndyCar Series drivers are averse to racing so closely in large groups at oval tracks like Texas Motor Speedway?Listen to Graham Rahal.“It feels to a driver like every move you make is life or death, and that’s not fun,” he said Friday. “When you get in those situations, and all the time you’re worried about something going wrong.”Ryan Hunter-Reay crashes in Texas practiceRahal said IndyCar racing doesn’t need to be like NASCAR.“Is a good race a guy taking the most amount of luck and him winning in pack racing, or is good racing someone driving the wheels off the damn thing and winning the race? It depends on what you consider good,” he said.“I don’t think you need to be on top of each other. People watch NASCAR races every weekend and most of the time there’s not a lot of passing there, too. It just depends on what you’re looking for.”HUNTER-REAY CAN’T EXPLAIN CRASHRyan Hunter-Reay suffered a rear-first crash in Friday’s pre-qualifying practice, and the worst part is the uncertainty of why it occurred.“We had a balance that didn’t indicate that the rear would go (around),” he said of the Turn 2 incident. “We had understeer, a lot of push (with the front). For the rear to swap (ends) like that is strange.”The 2014 Indianapolis 500 winner expected Andretti Autosport engineers to diagnose the trouble before Saturday’s Firestone 600 (green flag 8:50 p.m., NBCSN).Starting 21st of 23 shouldn’t be a problem, Hunter-Reay said.“You could (gain) 10 spots in the first two laps if you have a good car,” he said.But having the first qualifying lap after a crash is nerve-wracking.“Your foot’s definitely telling you it wants to come off (the pedal) and you’ve got to force it through the front of the car,” he said. “You don’t have a choice at that point; you have what you have. It’s not a fun first lap.”MUNOZ’S WIN A BIG DEAL AT HOME Carlos Munoz tried to downplay the significance of winning his first IndyCar race last weekend in Detroit, but social media wouldn’t let him.Among the scores of Twitter comments from fellow Colombians came one from the country’s president, Juan Manuel Santos.“Just big stuff in Colombia, after consecutive wins (for) Colombian drivers,” Munoz said, referencing Juan Pablo Montoya’s Indianapolis 500 victory. “In fact, I think we’re having again the golden age (of IndyCar racing), like when Juan was winning in Formula One. People are more interested in racing in Colombia.”ETC.After winning last year’s race in convincing fashion, Ed Carpenter struggled in Friday’s qualifying. He will start 15th, one spot behind CFH Racing teammate Josef Newgarden. … Honda had only two drivers qualify in the top 10 – Munoz was fourth, Rahal was sixth – but Marco Andretti is 11th and similarly believes he can win.Follow Curt Cavin on Twitter: @curtcavinWill Power: A pole winner again in IndyCarQUALIFYING RESULTS1. (1) Will Power, Chevrolet, 218.5192. (22) Simon Pagenaud, Chevrolet, 218.4413. (3) Helio Castroneves, Chevrolet, 218.0694. (26) Carlos Munoz, Honda, 217.8315. (2) Juan Pablo Montoya, Chevrolet, 217.5306. (15) Graham Rahal, Honda, 217.4387. (9) Scott Dixon, Chevrolet, 217.4118. (10) Tony Kanaan, Chevrolet, 217.3379. (83) Charlie Kimball, Chevrolet, 217.32310. (8) Sage Karam, Chevrolet, 216.92011. (27) Marco Andretti, Honda, 216.87612. (7) James Jakes, Honda, 216.86413. (14) Takuma Sato, Honda, 216.68614. (67) Josef Newgarden, Chevrolet, 216.21015. (20) Ed Carpenter, Chevrolet, 216.19716. (19) Tristan Vautier, Honda, 215.92917. (41) Jack Hawksworth, Honda, 215.62118. (11) Sebastien Bourdais, Chevrolet, 215.30319. (5) Ryan Briscoe, Honda, 215.16220. (98) Gabby Chaves, Honda, 215.14621. (28) Ryan Hunter-Reay, Honda, 215.02622. (18) Pippa Mann, Honda, 214.65423. (4) Stefano Coletti, Chevrolet, 211.930last_img read more

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Vanderbilt’s Mason, Ludwig ready to redirect in 2015

first_imgVanderbilt outside linebacker Stephen Weatherly (45) could be a valuable play-maker in Derek Mason's 3-4 scheme.Vanderbilt outside linebacker Stephen Weatherly (45) could be a valuable play-maker in Derek Mason’s 3-4 scheme. New Vanderbilt offensive coordinator Andy Ludwig will debut for the Commodores against Western Kentucky Thursday night.New Vanderbilt offensive coordinator Andy Ludwig will debut for the Commodores against Western Kentucky Thursday night. Vanderbilt coach Derek Mason takes over defensive play-calling duties this season.Vanderbilt coach Derek Mason takes over defensive play-calling duties this season.center_img Vanderbilt head coach Derek Mason also will call defensive plays this season.Vanderbilt head coach Derek Mason also will call defensive plays this season.Derek Mason and Andy Ludwig have been two of college football’s best coordinators over the past few years.They will both call plays for Vanderbilt this season, as Mason, the head coach, tries to reboot his squad on both sides of the ball heading into Thursday’s opener against Western Kentucky.Mason, the former Stanford defensive coordinator, will call his own defense from the sideline and allow Ludwig, the former Wisconsin offensive coordinator, to direct the offense from the coaching box.It’s a 50-50 split in some respects. But for big decisions, Mason said, “I am head coach 99.99 (percent) to infinity to all the time.”Vandy’s Derek Mason: ‘Let’s not talk about last year’The division of powers could work well or it could be complicated for the Commodores, who performed poorly on  offense and defense last season. Mason thinks it’s simpler than it sounds.5 keys for Vanderbilt vs. WKU“The structure of the sideline is going to look more like me being defensive coordinator … when our defense is on the field,” said Mason, who fired his offensive and defensive coordinators after last season. “As soon as our defense comes to the bench, (assistant coaches) will handle the adjustments.“… I am paying attention to what’s happening on offense (for) any significant calls or challenges that need to be made. My eyes are always going to be on the game, whether I’m calling the game or whether I’m standing near watching our offense compete or seeing what decisions need to be made on special teams.”Both coaches have their hands full. Vanderbilt ranked 104th nationally in scoring defense at 33.3 points per game last season, and it snagged only six interceptions, tied for the fewest in program history.Mason will lean on an athletic linebacking corps and push a more aggressive style in the 3-4 scheme that made his Stanford defenses so dynamic.New Vanderbilt offensive coordinator Andy Ludwig will debut for the Commodores against Western Kentucky Thursday night.New Vanderbilt offensive coordinator Andy Ludwig will debut for the Commodores against Western Kentucky Thursday night.Ludwig inherits an offense that averaged only 288.3 yards, ranked 122nd among 125 FBS teams. He will put faith in a yet-to-be-announced starting quarterback, look for untapped playmakers and utilize running back Ralph Webb.“We have installed our offense based on players’ strengths and abilities,” Ludwig said. “I want to put them in a position to play fast and with great physicality.”Mason calls Ludwig “my counterpart,” and he has given him autonomy in the offense — from choosing the quarterback to calling the plays. He thinks the setup will give both coaches heightened focus on their respective side of the ball.“I see a lot as a coordinator, little things I didn’t necessarily spend a lot of time in last year,” Mason said. “We have worked a lot on game management for how to challenge and when timeouts need to be taken. Believe me, I spent a lot of time in the offseason with our football team making sure that every minute detail gets covered.”Reach Adam Sparks at 615-259-8010 and on Twitter @AdamSparks. NEXT GAME WESTERN KENTUCKY at VANDERBILT When: 7 p.m. Thursday TV/radio: SEC Network/560-AM, 95.9 FMVanderbilt outside linebacker Stephen Weatherly (45) could be a valuable play-maker in Derek Mason's 3-4 scheme.Vanderbilt outside linebacker Stephen Weatherly (45) could be a valuable play-maker in Derek Mason’s 3-4 scheme. VANDERBILT AT A GLANCE Season goes well if: Vanderbilt can get stable quarterback play. Sophomores Johnny McCrary and Wade Freebeck are the two options. One has been privately chosen to start, but they haven’t been named publicly. Vanderbilt started an FBS-high four different quarterbacks last season, and they combined to throw 19 interceptions. Ludwig wants that number cut in half. Season goes poorly if: Vanderbilt can’t find an identity. Last season, it had a defense with no bite and an offense with no distinct direction. The offense will try to establish an effective running game, and the defense hopes to become a more pressure-based unit. Regardless of the identity, both sides need a clear-cut strength. Impact player: Ralph Webb. The running back broke Vanderbilt’s freshman rushing record with 907 yards last season, and Ludwig has touted Webb as the centerpiece of his “tailback-driven offense.” Webb will get the bulk of the carries, but his role also will extend to the passing game. Under the radar: Outside linebacker Stephen Weatherly. If Mason’s defense is more aggressive, Weatherly may pile up the most dynamic plays. The 6-foot-5, 250-pounder led the Commodores in sacks (4.5) and tackles-for-loss (12.5) last season. His athleticism and range embody what Mason wants from his deepest position, linebacker. SEC game of the year: At Tennessee (Nov. 28). Who else but the rival Vols could be the premier contest for the Commodores? Though dominated by UT for decades, Vanderbilt has won two of the past three meetings. Mason’s first shot at the Vols was a competitive 24-17 loss. Non-conference game of the year: At Middle Tennessee State (Oct. 3). It will be Vanderbilt’s first trip to Murfreesboro since 1920. As an FBS team, MTSU touts a 3-0 record against Vanderbilt. The players and coaches are different than the last meeting in 2005, but fan bases know the score in the modern era of the series.last_img read more

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Cricket News ICC Women’s World T20 – Clinical India Dismantle Sri Lanka To Stay Unbeaten

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Radha Yadav’s brilliant spell of 4/23 and Shafali Verma’s powerful 47 ensured India stayed unbeaten in the league stage of the ICC Women’s World T20 as Harmanpreet Kaur’s side registered a seven-wicket win against Sri Lanka at the Junction Oval in Melbourne on Saturday. On a slow and sluggish pitch which earlier saw New Zealand getting bowled out for 91 against Bangladesh, only for Bangladesh to spectacularly botch it up by getting bowled out for 74, Sri Lanka also found the going tough against the India’s spinning quartet of Deepti Sharma, Radha Yadav, Rajeshwari Gayakwad and Poonam Yadav.Sri Lanka chose to bat and skipper Chamari Athapaththu said a total in excess of 120 would be defendable. The skipper led the call from the front with two boundaries at the start but Deepti Sharma sent back Umesha Thimashini for 2. Athapaththu, along with Harshitha Madavi, looked to stitch a solid stand. In the fourth over, both batters got a four each of Shikha Pandey. However, Madavi dragged a slow, loopy ball from Rajeshwari Gayakwad back onto the stumps but Sri Lanka were dealt a body blow when Athapaththu slogged a short ball from Radha Yadav straight to long leg after hitting a six off the previous delivery.With Athapaththu gone for 33, the rest of the Sri Lankan batting folded up. Hasini Perera was Radha Yadav’s next victim. Although Hansima Karunarathna and Shashikala Siriwardene tried to up the ante, they found the going tough. Karunarathna holed out to long on for 7 off Radha Yadav thanks to a fine, balanced catch close to the boundary by Veda Krishnamurthy.Shafali Verma hammered 47 as India remained unbeaten in the league stage of the ICC World T20. (Image credit: Getty Images)Gayakwad got rid of Siriwardene and when Radha Yadav trapped Anushka Sanjeewani forearm before wicket for her fourth wicket, Sri Lanka looked in danger of not getting to 100. Kavisha Dilhari struck some lusty blows as Shikha Pandey and Poonam Yadav got into the wickets towards the close. Dilhari struck Pandey for a four off the last ball but Sri Lanka’s total of 113/9 was not going to challenge India, especially when Shafali Verma was in fine form.Verma Takes The Attack To Sri LankaShafali Verma got off the mark with a boundary but it was Smriti Mandhana who showed her intent with three boundaries. Sri Lanka did themselves no favours when they dropped Verma on 5 and they once again committed the cardinal sin when they dropped her again on 13. Sri Lanka had something to smile when Udeshika Prabhodani got the wicket of Mandhana for 17 but Verma killed the contest with two fours and a six off Siriwardene.Harmanpreet Kaur promoted herself up the order in the quest for some form and she looked good with two fours and a six off Athapaththu. Verma, though, was in a hurry. Employing the exaggerated shuffle to the off side, she took full toll on Siriwardene as India coasted towards a win. Harmanpreet, though, fell to Siriwardene for 15 but Verma missed out on the chance to reach her first ICC World T20 fifty as she was run-out for 47, having almost collided with Jemimah Rodrigues mid-pitch which slowed her down.Also Read | ICC Women’s World T20 – Jemimah Rodrigues’ Dance Moves Gets Kartik Aaryan’s AttentionRodrigues and Deepti Sharma calmly guided India over the line. After the match, Harmanpreet lavished praise on Verma and urged her to continue on her aggressive ways. “Shafali is someone who loves to play big shots, and we don’t want to stop her. She should continue doing the same and she should continue enjoying her game,” Harmanpreet said as India look set to continue the good run heading into the semi-finals.last_img read more

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Dhoni returns to India ODI & T20 squads

first_imgINDIA have recalled former skipper MS Dhoni for their limited-overs matches against Australia and New Zealand.Veteran wicketkeeper-batsman Dhoni has endured a disappointing year in one-day internationals, averaging just 25, and was dropped for the recent Twenty20 series against West Indies and Australia, with Dinesh Karthik and Rishabh Pant sharing the gloves.However, India skipper Virat Kohli insisted last month that Dhoni remains a “very integral” part of India’s team.And the 37-year-old has been named in both the ODI squad to face Australia and New Zealand in January, and the T20 party that will take on the Black Caps.Although Karthik is in both squads and Pant is included in the T20 group, Dhoni was listed as the wicketkeeper when the Board of Control for Cricket in India announced the selections in a media release on Monday.Following the ongoing Test series with Australia, five-day keeper Pant is set to play for India A in a one-day series against England Lions.Karthik returns to the ODI squad in Pant’s place, while Mohammed Shami and Hardik Pandya are also back at the expense of Umesh Yadav and Manish Pandey.Dhoni, Pandya and Kedar Jadhav are the three men brought back into the T20 fray, with Yadav, Pandey, Shreyas Iyer and Washington Sundar omitted.India ODI squad to face Australia and New Zealand: Virat Kohli (captain), Rohit Sharma (vice-captain), Khaleel Ahmed, Jasprit Bumrah, Yuzvendra Chahal, Shikhar Dhawan, MS Dhoni (wicketkeeper), Ravindra Jadeja, Kedar Jadhav, Dinesh Karthik, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Hardik Pandya, KL Rahul, Ambati Rayudu, Mohammed Shami, Kuldeep Yadav.India T20 squad to face New Zealand: Virat Kohli (captain), Rohit Sharma (vice-captain), Khaleel Ahmed, Jasprit Bumrah, Yuzvendra Chahal, Shikhar Dhawan, MS Dhoni (wicketkeeper), Kedar Jadhav, Dinesh Karthik, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Hardik Pandya, Krunal Pandya, Rishabh Pant, KL Rahul, Kuldeep Yadav.last_img read more

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Club view Tottenham player as ‘irresistible market opportunity’ – Could consider…

first_img‘A gift of the market’ claims Marca on Wednesday and they further talk about Los Blancos’ stance on the Denmark international.It’s not clear if the former Ajax man would fit at Real Madrid and whether or not Zinedine Zidane would agree to the signing, but the La Liga club’s interest in the 27-year-old is motivated by his contract situation at the north London club.Marca says Eriksen is an ‘irresistible market opportunity’ for Real Madrid because he will be a free agent next summer.Eriksen has been on Real Madrid’s orbit for ‘sometime’ and the first time they approached Tottenham for his transfer, the English side asked €250m.Embed from Getty ImagesMarca add Eriksen’s ‘situation has given maximum alert to Madrid and, even more so to Tottenham, who runs out of time to renew.’ It’s claimed Real Madrid could consider addressing his signing for a reasonable price in January.Zidane has never been an admirer of Eriksen and it remains to be seen whether the Frenchman will block the Tottenham player’s potential arrival at Real Madrid, either in January or next summer.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this Game is a Must-HaveForge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoSmart Tech TrendOver 55? You Have to Try Those Revolutionary Glasses!Smart Tech TrendUndoCNN with DBS BankThe New Role Banks Are PlayingCNN with DBS BankUndoHero WarsGetting this Treasure is impossible! Prove us wrong!Hero WarsUndoInstant Voice Translator43 Languages Instant Voice Translator Flying Off Shelves in Hong KongInstant Voice TranslatorUndoGrepolis – Online Free GameGamers Around the World Have Been Waiting for this Game! Already 35 Million PlayersGrepolis – Online Free GameUndoLoans | Search AdsNeed a loan? Search hereLoans | Search AdsUndoTheTopFiveVPNEnjoy Netflix Now Without Any RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndo Christian Eriksen has reportedly been drawing attention from the likes of Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus, Manchester United and Inter Milan because his contract at Tottenham Hotspur expires in 2020.last_img read more

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Barry happy with changes to Munster SHC

first_imgJames Barry says he enjoys getting to play every team in the province…Throw in at Semple Stadium on Sunday is at 2pm, and we’ll have full live commentary here on Tipp FM. Photo: Tipp FM/Stephen Gleeson Tipp full back James Barry has praised the small changes to this years’ Munster Championship.Tipperary face Waterford on Sunday, following which they’ll have a weekend off ahead of their final two games.Last year Tipp’s hectic schedule of four games four weeks in a row seemed to prove tough.last_img

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