Video | Cauley-Stein on NBA return to Rupp

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At The Finish Line…Where Only the Truth Matters

first_imgBILL NEAL•    Ok, ok, so you’ve been waiting for your Pittsburgh Penguins hockey report and update . . . well here ya go.  The Pittsburgh Penguins hockey team is playing hockey.  They’re 10-5-0!  That’s all I got.  And for most of you, that’s more than you knew 60 seconds ago so shut up about it.•    If you want to have the time of your life, get “Out of the Rain” and get on board with “The King of Old School Swing” . . . Don Patterson.  He’s bringing in the legendary Dramatics for a dinner concert at the Westin Hotel next Saturday, November 21st and as you know, “What You See is What You Get!”  412-377-4681 for more information.•    Hoo-rah for the Missouri football team and most especially the coach for taking a stand at the University of Missouri!•    The Bills beat the Jets 22-17 . . . as if we care!  Let’s get ready . . . go ahead, let the damn dogs out.  Dog Pound that is.  It’s time to put the Cleveland Browns back in the dog house.  Steelers 34-10.  Take it to the bank!  (Need more confirmation?  Just ask “Braddock Roy.”  He know all!)•    Andrew McCutchen wins the 2015 Roberto Clemente Award and claims his 4th consecutive Silver Slugger Award.•    Of course you don’t play Ben.  You dress him.  You don’t play him.  For that matter, you dress Vick as well.  You don’t need Ben to beat the Browns.  Then you take advantage of the bi-week.•    Lock these dates in right now because you know how you are about doing something different.  You act like someone is going to take your kidney!  Saturday, December 26th, the Old School Holiday Par-Tay of the year at “The Spot” . . . xmas is over, let’s Par-Tay!  Saturday, January 2nd bring in the New Year black tie style and dance all-night-long at the fabulous Pittsburgh Athletic Club . . . this is a special party for special people . . . including you!!!< You Have Just Crossed the Finish Line >last_img read more

Battler mum’s ‘miracle’ win

first_imgBy ALANA MITCHELSON A BERWICK woman battling serious ongoing health issues is $90,000 richer after winning a televised Good Friday…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

Defying the odds after dream trip tragedy

first_imgBy Mitchell Clarke A Pakenham Upper couple involved in a horror motor accident in Europe are continuing to defy the odds in their…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

Teams of 87 and 88 Throw Down Gauntlet to All-Ireland Champions for Keady Challenge

first_imgConor Hayes was speaking to John earlier and he gave me a rundown of who will be playing tomorrow night.Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. The All-Ireland winning Galway Senior and Minor Hurling teams will be in action tomorrow evening in Kenny Park when they take part in a charity fun game with all proceeds going to the Tony Keady Family Fund. The Game will throw in at 6.30 with possibly a few of the legendary 87 and 88 teams togging too! Admission at the gate is €10 with under 16’s free. The game starts at 6:30 and Galway GAA Sponsors Supermacs have organised a meet the players’ event after the game so there will be a chance to get autographs and have a few selfies taken with the players afterwards.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

Garvey’s Tralee Warriors go top of the Men’s Super League as Swords fall to…

first_imgThe Kerry team now boasts six wins from seven games, having won six in-a-row following an opening round stumble against UCC Demons down at the Mardyke. Garvey’s Tralee Warriors went top of the Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League table on bank holiday Monday, with an 80-71 point win over Éanna at the Complex in Tralee. Griffith College Swords Thunder meanwhile fell at the hands of DCU Saints for the second week in-a-row, losing out 65-69 at the ALSAA.Dee Proby ignited the Saints’ offence as they went down by five against Swords in the fourth, and coupled with strong inside play from Provizors, brought the game back level with just minutes on the clock, and Proby kept a cool head at the free throw line in the dying stages to secure the win.Speaking afterwards, a thrilled head coach, Joey Boylan, was delighted with the result (listen to his full interview here).Elsewhere, Moycullen overcame KUBS in Galway, with a Brandon McGuire inspired home team running out 93-81 point winners in the end, while Lorcan Murphy top-scored with 28 points in Black Amber Templeogue’s defeat of Maree (104-52) at Oblate Hall.You can see a full round up of all the weekend’s games here.View the Men’s Super League table here.Basketball Ireland – Men’s Super League Bank Holiday Monday results (October 30th, 2017)Moycullen 93-81 KUBSTop scorers Moycullen: Brandon McGuire 31, James Loughnane 16, Cian Nihill 15Top scorers KUBS: Brian Andrews 27, Eoin Chubb 16, Shane McCann 8Half time score: Moycullen 45-40 KUBSGriffith College Swords Thunder 65-69 DCU SaintsTop scorers Griffith College Swords Thunder: Isaac Westbrooks 15, Sam Mike 12, Charlie Coombes 12Top scorers DCU Saints: Dee Proby 32, Martins Provizors 14, Emmet Donnelly 7Half time score: Griffith College Swords Thunder 34-39 DCU SaintsBlack Amber Templeogue 104-52 MareeTop scorers Black Amber Templeogue: Lorcan Murphy 28, Neil Randolph 17, Jason Killeen 14Top scorers Maree: Jamal Tolliver 18, Cathal Finn 15, John Burke 7Half time score: Black Amber Templeogue 54-18 MareeGarvey’s Tralee Warriors 80-71 ÉannaTop scorers Garvey’s Tralee Warriors: Trae Pemberton 28, Dusan Bogdanovic 12, Darragh O Hanlon 11Top scorers Éanna: Aidan Dunne 27, Garny Garcia Nivar 26, Tamron Manning 12Half time score: Garvey’s Tralee Warriors 35-30 Éannaprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

Joe Canning Wins Irish Independent Magic Sports Moment

first_imgCon O’Callaghan Sweeps Up Young Sportstar of the Year Award & Team of the Year Award Alongside Dublin Teammates The eagerly anticipated and hotly contested Irish Independent Sportstar Awards 2017, in association with The Croke Park Hotel, took place Wednesday evening in the majestic Croke Park Stadium. The star-studded ceremony was attended by over 300 guests including many of the country’s most decorated sports stars as they celebrated another spectacular year for Irish sport, as narrated by the Irish Independent.Irish Racehorse Trainer Aidan O’Brien was the big winner on the night deservedly taking home the title of Sportstar of the Year after his world record breaking season on the track. Cuala and Dublin dual star Con O’Callaghan was named Young Sportstar of the Year, and the 21-year-old also picked up the accolade for Team of the Year alongside his Dublin Senior Men’s Football Panel teammates. The Team of the Year, a new addition to the awards shortlist, is voted for by the Irish public as are all of the awards, with the exception of the Hall of Fame.Irish sporting icon Sonia O’Sullivan was inducted into the illustrious Irish Independent Hall of Fame and, in second of two new awards this year, Galway hurler Joe Canning received the award for Magic Sports Moment for his part in the Tribesmen’s victory over Tipperary in the All-Ireland Semi Final.David Courtney, Head of Sport Content, Independent News & Media said: “We in the Irish Independent are honoured to celebrate yet another enthralling year for Irish sport. This is the 29th edition of the Irish Independent Sportstar Awards and an evening we look forward to each and every year. In Ireland, sport plays a huge part in our culture. It unites us. The passion, the energy, the emotion binds us as a nation, as a community. It is our privilege to support Ireland’s athletes across all sporting disciplines and from achievements at local level through to the world stage. But these awards would not be possible without our loyal readers and for that we are very grateful.”He continued: “The Irish Independent sports desk continuously seeks to deliver the best quality sports reporting to our readers. 2017 was another exceptional year for Irish sport and Irish athletes across the board and we have relished being in a position to showcase their achievements through our multiple platforms. As we celebrate the successes we also look forward to the future and the journey we will continue on together.”As well as the award winners, many recognisable faces and sporting heroes were in attendance at the gala event in Croke Park. Three-time Olympian Eamonn Coghlan was amongst the numerous athletics representatives including Catherina McKiernan. The most decorated GAA player in history Rena Buckely was joined by LGFA Player of the year Noelle Healy as well as other from both ladies football and camogie. Celebrating with him, Joe Canning’s teammate Conor Whelan relived their All-Ireland success whilst the same could be said for Dublin Senior Football Manager Jim Gavin as he watched his team take to the stage. Hockey’s World Goalkeeper of the Year David Harte mingled with young rising stars such as swimmer and one to watch for 2018 Mona McSharry. While former Irish football manager Brian Kerr, Dr. Ronnie Delany and the legendary voice of GAA Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh were also in attendance. IRISH INDEPENDENT SPORTSTAR OF THE YEAR 2017Aidan O’BrienIRISH INDEPENDENT YOUNG SPORTSTAR OF THE YEAR 2017Con O’CallaghanIRISH INDEPENDENT HALL OF FAME 2017Sonia O’SullivanIRISH INDEPENDENT MAGIC SPORTS MOMENT 2017Joe CanningIRISH INDEPENDENT TEAM OF THE YEAR 2017Dublin Senior Men’s Football TeamJoe Canning winner of the Irish Independent Magic Sports Moment 2017 award pictured at the star-studded 29th Irish Independent Sportstar Awards hosted in Croke Park Stadium in association with The Croke Park Hotel. Photo by Seb Daly/Sportsfileprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Aidan O’Brien Named Irish Independent Sportstar of the Yearcenter_img 20th December 2017; Joe Canning winner of the Irish Independent Magic Sports Moment 2017 award pictured at the star-studded 29th Irish Independent Sportstar Awards hosted in Croke Park Stadium in association with The Croke Park Hotel. Photo by Seb Daly/Sportsfilelast_img read more

Match Preview – Galway United vs Shelbourne

first_imgFORM GUIDEGALWAY UNITEDGalway United 0-1 Drogheda UnitedLongford Town 3-2 Galway UnitedCobh Ramblers 0-0 Galway UnitedGalway United 1-2 Finn HarpsWexford FC 0-0 Galway UnitedSHELBOURNECobh Ramblers 0-3 ShelbourneShelbourne 4-1 Wexford FCShelbourne 1-1 Drogheda UnitedAthlone Town 0-5 ShelbourneShelbourne 0-0 CabinteelyLAST MEETINGApril 20th, 2018 | Shelbourne 2-0 Galway UnitedShelbourne goalscorers: Alan Byrne and David O’Sullivanprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email TEAM NEWSAlex Byrne is suspended for an accumulation of yellow cards.Alan Murphy (broken rib) and Maurice Nugent (ankle) are ruled out.Aaron Conway (knee) is a doubt.Danny Furlong, Robbie Williams and Tadhg Ryan have taken part in training throughout the week and are expected to be available for the Shelbourne game after missing a number of games through injury before the mid-season break.Gary Kinneen and Harrison Reeves have left the club.MATCH OFFICIALSReferee: Damien MacGraith (Mayo)Assistant: Rafal PieperAssistant: Darren CorcoranFourth Official: Marc LynchGALWAY UNITED GOALSCORERSDanny Furlong – 7Eoin McCormack – 5Conor Barry – 5Alan Murphy – 2Marc Ludden – 2Ronan Manning – 1Carlton Ubaezuonu – 1Stephen Kenny – 1Ryan Connolly – 1Robbie Williams – 1Stephen Walsh – 1 “They’ve gone away on their break and they’ve come back recharged.“We had a meeting on Monday morning, going through everything that has happened since they’ve been gone.“We got onto the training pitch and everyone has been at it. The response from the players has been very good and they’re giving me everything.”Results over the last few weeks has seen United drop out of the Play-off spots and O’Connor acknowledges that things need to change quickly, with just 10 league games remaining.“It hasn’t been good enough, everyone knows it, and there is blame on all sides. What I’m looking for on Friday night is 100% effort with and without the ball from the players.“I want us to be at it, right from the start and to try and give our supporters a performance that shows that the players do care, because they’re getting a bit of flak at the moment.“The lads are looking forward to the game and they want to go out and show how good they are.”center_img Galway United return to league action following the mid-season break on Friday night when the Tribesmen host Shelbourne on Corribside. Kick-off is at 7.45pm.Shane Keegan departed as first team manager after United’s 0-0 draw against Wexford FC before the break.Assistant manager Gary O’Connor has taken training in the lead up to the Shelbourne game.Just ten league games remain in the First Division and O’Connor has targeted a much improved performance at Eamonn Deacy Park on Friday night.GARY O’CONNOR RELISHING “BIG” SHELBOURNE GAME“It’s a big game. The boys are up for it,” O’Connor told read more

The ball’s in our court

first_imgThree games into its debut season, Alab has been drawing packed crowds from Biñan, Laguna, to the Olivarez College Gym in Parañaque, where only last Sunday former two-time UAAP MVP Bobby Ray Parks Jr. exploded for a record 41 points in a 93-87 victory over the Kaohsiung Truth. Alab will also hold stops in Davao and Sta. Rosa, Laguna, for future home games as they continue to bring the team closer to the fans.Philippine teams have won the ABL twice, but the league has gone under the radar in what was supposed to be the hotbed of basketball in the region, following a forgettable season by the MX3 Kings last year. The Philippine Patriots ruled the inaugural season of the league in 2009, while the Beermen matched the feat in 2013. There was no Philippine team in the ABL in 2014.“We’ve been amazed by the turnout,” said Alab Pilipinas co-owner Charlie Dy. “The ABL has been around for seven years, but the turnout for Philippine [representative] teams wasn’t always like this.”Alab attracted 5,000 fans to its home opener at Alonte Gym in Biñan that ended with a 66-71 loss to the Singapore Slingers, before luring 3,000 at Baliwag Star Arena in Baliuag, Bulacan, for the second game—a 91-82 win over the Kaohsiung Truth.“We had to call in additional security because some fans destroyed the barriers outside the arena in Baliuag just to get in,” says Dy. “We are very happy with the support.”ADVERTISEMENT PH among economies most vulnerable to virus Shanghai officials reveal novel coronavirus transmission modes Chinese-manned vessel unsettles Bohol town MOST READ Parks has been the star of the show for Alab, averaging 30 points an outing in his first three games, a year after playing for the Texas Legends in the NBA D-League. “He’s helped us get the fans because a lot of people are interested in how much he has improved since his UAAP playing days,” Dy says of Parks.Dy admits getting sponsors to back the team is still a tough task, but they take solace in the fact that they’ve been able to establish strong links with the local government units where they play their games. Alab holds basketball clinics a day before each game for children in the community where they play. In return, the LGU allows the team to use the gym for free for their games.All of the Alab games are also shown live on ABS Sports and Action. “It’s a huge factor,” Dy says of the television aspect.While the league’s main thrust is to make basketball grow in the region, Ilagan says the presence of Alab as the Philippines’ representative has been a boost to the league. “The Philippines is always the barometer in terms of basketball in Southeast Asia,” says Ilagan, who is fresh off his first full season running the league.As the players of Alab obliged fans with selfies and autographs last Sunday, Ilagan can’t help but feel a sense of pride as the league finally made strides in his own country, after witnessing how it has impacted other teams in the region.“A turnout like this in the Philippines is really heartwarming,” says Ilagan. “A lot of credit goes to Alab and their approach [in getting fans].”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Smart’s Siklab Saya: A multi-city approach to esports LOOK: The first half Where did they go? Millions left Wuhan before quarantine Tropang TNT’s Mo Tautuaa, GlobalPort’s Stanley Pringle and Alaska’s Chris Banchero boosted their stock in the ABL, before joining the PBA, while Kris Rosales parlayed an impressive stint with the Singapore Slingers last season to make the Tropang Texters squad.Leo Avenido never really fulfilled his potential in the PBA, but the former Far Eastern U gunner was a regular fixture in the ABL, winning the Most Valuable Player award in 2012 with the Beermen and playing as an import for several teams, the last for the Saigon Heat two years ago. It was also in the Vietnamese capital where former Ateneo star Jai Reyes made a name for himself as the “Saigon Mamba” for his explosive game, in reference to retired NBA legend Kobe Bryant.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra teammates show love for SlaughterSPORTSWe are youngSPORTSFreddie Roach: Manny Pacquiao is my Muhammad Ali“The ABL is always about opportunities,” says ABL CEO Jericho Ilagan. “Countless players in the PBA either started or revived their careers in the ABL.”This season, however, the league has become more than just a springboard to careers for Filipino players. Following the entry of Alab Pilipinas, the league is slowly but surely gaining a solid fan base—even outside Metro Manila. Smart hosts first 5G-powered esports exhibition match in PHcenter_img We are young Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. EDITORS’ PICK Senators to proceed with review of VFA As fate of VFA hangs, PH and US forces take to the skies for exercise Taiwan minister boards cruise ship turned away by Japan PLAY LIST 01:31Taiwan minister boards cruise ship turned away by Japan01:33WHO: ‘Global stocks of masks and respirators are now insufficient’01:01WHO: now 31,211 virus cases in China 102:02Vitamin C prevents but doesn’t cure diseases like coronavirus—medic03:07’HINDI PANG-SPORTS LANG!’03:03SILIP SA INTEL FUND Ginebra teammates show love for Slaughter Photo from ASEAN Basketball League Facebook/Onvisa ThewphaingarmIt was always known as a league where players kickstart or revive their careers in a bid to get bigger and better opportunities.Long before June Mar Fajardo became a dominant force in the PBA, he toiled as a raw, back-up center for the San Miguel Beermen in the Asean Basketball League (ABL). The same league also gave center Asi Taulava a new lease on his career after his stint in the PBA was stalled.ADVERTISEMENT View commentslast_img read more

Tough fight

first_imgPH among economies most vulnerable to virus EDITORS’ PICK The seven-time trainer of the year feels Pacquiao, the eight-division world champion and current World Boxing Organization welterweight titlist, will be thoroughly tested by the unbeaten Crawford (30-0 with 21 knockouts), the unified light welterweight king.“It’s a tough fight, yes,” Roach told “But it’s one that we have to say yes to… because we don’t wanna just be fighting nobodies. We still want to be the best.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra teammates show love for SlaughterSPORTSFreddie Roach: Manny Pacquiao is my Muhammad AliSPORTSWe are youngCrawford, nine years younger than Pacquiao at 29, is certainly one of the best.  He is favored to be named 2016 Fighter of the Year after defending his 140-pound crown thrice this year, the last via an eight-round stoppage of the overweight John Molina Jr. in April.Roach even likened Crawford to a “young Mayweather but he probably has a better punch than Mayweather.”  Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Terence ‘Bud’ Crawford is declared winner over John Molina Jr. after a WBO junior welterweight boxing bout at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Neb., Saturday, Dec. 10, 2016. Crawford won by TKO in the eighth round. APWhen Manny Pacquiao fought against Jessie Vargas last November, Hall of Fame trainer Freddie Roach felt certain of a dominant victory. He was right.Now that Terence Crawford looms as a prime candidate to tangle with Pacquiao this year, Roach has some reservations.ADVERTISEMENT Shanghai officials reveal novel coronavirus transmission modes Smart hosts first 5G-powered esports exhibition match in PH Chinese-manned vessel unsettles Bohol town MOST READ Senators to proceed with review of VFA This week’s #KicksStalker pick: Jio Jalalon’s Lillard 2 Easter Manny Pacquiao on Floyd Mayweather: Let him enjoy retirement PLAY LIST 00:44Manny Pacquiao on Floyd Mayweather: Let him enjoy retirement00:50Trending Articles01:49Pacquiao to Mayweather: Want fans to stop asking for rematch? Then fight me again01:31Taiwan minister boards cruise ship turned away by Japan01:33WHO: ‘Global stocks of masks and respirators are now insufficient’01:01WHO: now 31,211 virus cases in China 102:02Vitamin C prevents but doesn’t cure diseases like coronavirus—medic03:07’HINDI PANG-SPORTS LANG!’03:03SILIP SA INTEL FUND Smart’s Siklab Saya: A multi-city approach to esports Where did they go? Millions left Wuhan before quarantine View comments As fate of VFA hangs, PH and US forces take to the skies for exercise Chinese-manned vessel unsettles Bohol town Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. We are younglast_img read more