Cross Plains, In. — Ripley County Sheriff Jeff Cumberworth says two motorcyclists were hurt Sunday, one critically.The report says at 3 p.m. David Williams, 54, of Anderson, failed to negotiate a curve on State Road 129 north of Cross Plains and drove off the road. Williams and his passenger, Gale Oldham, 49, of New Castle were both thrown from the motorcycle. Williams was transported for treatment to Margaret Mary Health in Batesville. Oldham was flown to a Louisville area hospital in critical condition.The crash remains under investigation.
highlights For all the Latest Sports News News, Tennis News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Daniil Medvedev defeated Novak Djokovic recently.Daniil Medvedev took a medica timeout immediately after the second set.The 29-year-old from Chennai competed in all Grand Slams this season. New York: India’s Prajnesh Gunneswaran got a taste of high level tennis in his first-round exit from the US Open, losing to world number five Daniil Medvedev in straight sets in New York. The gulf between Prajnesh and top-10 players were wide and apparent as he lost 4-6 1-6 2-6 to the Russian, who recently vanquished multiple Grand Slam winner Novak Djokovic. The Indian left-hander began aggressively but could not maintain intensity after losing the well-fought first set at Louis Armstrong Stadium on Monday. The pressure induced unending unforced errors from Prajnesh, who was trying too hard. He had the heart to fight but lacked experience of playing at this level against the best in business. Nevertheless, the 29-year-old from Chennai competed in all Grand Slams this season, though he is yet to win a round in the singles main draw. Long rallies featured from the word go, though, Prajnesh took some time to find his range. The Indian dropped his serve in the very first game of the match but broke back Medvedev in the fourth with a crushing inside-out forehand winner after serving at love. The Russian broke back immediately when he placed a cross-court forehand from baseline in the open court.It was a dogfight but Medvedev nosed ahead again with another break of serve and consolidated it with a hold. Prajnesh mixed it up nicely by striking hard from the baseline with his free-flowing forehand and played some deft drop shots to set up points. Prajnesh’s body language was aggressive while Medvedev largely remained calm as the Russian served big and his solid returns in long rallies helped him take those extra points. Unforced errors from Prajnesh when Medvedev served for the opening set made easy the job of the Russian.Prajnesh began the second set with double faults and a forehand error at 30-all put him down by a breakpoint, which Medvedev converted. From here it became a one-way traffic as unforced errors from Prajnesh continued to pile and soon he was down 0-3 with a double break. He finally got on the board in the fifth game but was now trailing 1-4. The second set was over in no time with more and more errors coming off the Indian’s racquet.Medvedev took a medical timeout immediately after the second set to treat his left thigh but did not let Prajnesh take any advantage. He played smartly by making the points short. Prajnesh only helped his rival’s cause by not curtailing errors. He had lost steam and was going all out but the balls just flew over the lines. Medvedev had no trouble in closing the match in his favour after one hour and 24 minutes.
Facebook Twitter Google+ PRINCETON, N.J. — Stephen Keogh was playing a game within the game. The Syracuse attack stayed on the crease, tricking out his defender to try and get open. Fortunately for Keogh, the teammates who were sending passes his way knew exactly what he was doing.‘I think just trying to play games with my man and set picks,’ Keogh said. ‘Jeremy (Thompson) and Joel (White) are both former box players, so the pick-and-roll games, they’re well aware of it.’Against Princeton’s defensive game plan, that was the Orange’s answer. As the Tigers packed around the crease, Syracuse (9-0, 2-0 Big East) stayed patient. It turned to Keogh for help in breaking through, and he responded with three goals to help send No. 1 SU to a 7-5 win over Princeton (2-6) in front of 5,401 at Princeton Stadium on Saturday.The Tigers tried to force SU to take shots from the outside. They packed the crease, placing defenders near the cage to try to keep Syracuse’s scorers from shooting close. With so many defenders around the crease, the Orange attack was left open as it passed around the outside.In the first quarter, SU’s offense was called for stalling, a call that infuriated SU head coach John Desko. His argument was that if the Tigers weren’t defending, then the Orange shouldn’t be called for stalling.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textDesko sprinted down the sideline to argue the official’s call, but it was to no avail. Princeton was given possession.‘I probably let my emotions get the best of me in the first half,’ Desko said. ‘We were told to keep it in a number of times. They play a sagging zone defense. You have to be very patient with your offense, especially when they’re jamming the crease.’Just like in its win against Duke last weekend, patience was key for the Orange against Princeton. Syracuse’s offense returned to its ways of making smart passes to hold possession and waiting for an open look. Not making anything easier was the fact that Princeton goaltender Tyler Fiorito came into the game yielding about seven goals per contest. Still, Syracuse had to find a way.That’s where Keogh came in. With just less than two minutes left in the first quarter, White sent Keogh a bounce pass from the right side of the goal. Keogh took the pass right on the edge of the crease, quickly shot it low and snuck it into the back of the net past Fiorito to put the Orange up 3-1.Plays like those are what allowed Syracuse to keep its perfect record intact in yet another close game. Princeton tied up the score at 5-5 in the third quarter, but the Orange still didn’t abandon its game plan of being patient. When given the opportunity, the Tigers held onto the ball. But SU made the right decisions when going to the goal.The Tigers may have tested SU’s patience on offense, but the Orange responded with great poise.‘You do get a little anxious to go out there and take a shot, especially when you have an open opportunity,’ said midfielder Jovan Miller. ‘Such great goaltending makes you think twice about it. I think our patience was key for us today.’Miller thought twice about 30 seconds into the game. The midfielder ran in toward the net and looked like he was about to shoot from 15 yards out. But rather than risk losing possession, he turned and passed off to midfielder Josh Amidon, who took an open shot from 10 yards out to give the Orange an early 1-0 lead. Keogh scored his second goal in the second quarter when Thompson beat three Tiger defenders and sent him an over-the-shoulder pass. Once again, standing just in front of the crease, Keogh took the pass and flipped it right into the goal. Again, patience led to an open look on the doorstep in an open seam.‘They want us to take a bunch of shots from the outside,’ Desko said. ‘You have to be really patient and really work for good shots off the inside.’That’s what Syracuse did to win another close game. It stayed patient and worked for shots. Perhaps most importantly, it found Keogh on the crease.Said Keogh: ‘It’s a good victory for us. We’ll take it.’firstname.lastname@example.org Comments Published on April 8, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Chris: email@example.com | @chris_iseman
David Meyler played at full back in the 1-all draw away to Germany last year…he says Ireland need to have the right game plan. Wes Hoolahan and Robbie Keane are part of the session but Seamus Coleman is working on his own. Coleman is a major doubt for tomorrow’s game due to a hamstring injury.Hoolahan missed yesterday due to a heel injury while Keane was late linking up with the squad after the birth of his second child.
WE RECOMMEND Read: Ken Shamrock expresses a desire to share the ring with Brock LesnarA New Platform Dedicated To Indian WrestlersWith an aim to exclusively show wrestling and India’s performance at the top international events, WrestlingTV has been conceived & launched by an Indian sports marketing company. It will become a one-stop destination for wrestling live news & exclusive updates starting with the upcoming World Wrestling Championships for the Indian subcontinent. WrestlingTV will bring to the fans all information & live action from the sport. Sushil, Sakshi and Bajrang will be seen in action in the World Wrestling Championships 2019 in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan starting tomorrow. This initiative will cater to the growing popularity in the sport of wrestling, making it the first Olympic sport in India to have an official, exclusive and dedicated digital platform. The platform will not just have live-streams and match highlights, but fans will also get access to all the latest news, reviews, expert reviews and behind-the-scenes stories. READ: Manish Kaushik in AIBA Men’s WC 2nd round with thumping win in RussiaREAD: Batista gives a savage reply to troll who mocked his famous chant FOLLOW US “Form is temporary but class is permanent”, is how India’s wrestling legend Yogeshwar Dutt emphasized while speaking about double Olympic medallist Sushil Kumar’s chances in 74kg as he returned to the World Wrestling Championships after a gap of eight years.Yogeshwar Dutt supports Sushil KumarThe 2010 world champion, who is eyeing a fourth Olympic berth, has found strong backing from his former colleague Yogeshwar Dutt, who believes Sushil’s vast experience will be his forte. “Sushil Pehelwan Ji is one of the most experienced wrestlers right now. He has won 2 Olympic medals and one World Championship gold medal, that itself speaks a lot about him. His experience will help him a lot in this World Championship,” said Dutt.Read: Wrestling TV: A new platform dedicated to Indian wrestlersDutt, who won the 60kg bronze in 2012 London Olympics where Sushil won the 66kg silver, counts Sushil among his medal favourites as he singled out the names who could create history for India this time. “I have a lot of expectations from our wrestlers especially Bajrang, Sushil, Sakshi, and Vinesh. Over the past few years, our performance has been really good. We’ve won medals in different tournaments through the year and I have high hopes,” he said. COMMENT 11 months ago Wrestling TV: A new platform dedicated to Indian wrestlers Written By 1 year ago Digvijaya links current feud in MP Congress to his ISI remark SUBSCRIBE TO US LIVE TV WATCH US LIVE Suman Ray Last Updated: 14th September, 2019 23:08 IST World Wrestling Championships: Yogeshwar Picks His Favourites Yogeshwar picks his favourites for the World Wrestling Championships. He also said that he has a lot of expectations from Bajrang, Sushil, Sakshi and Vinesh. 1 year ago National Sports Awards: Deepa Malik to Jadeja, full list of winners 1 year ago Deepa Malik joins Bajrang Punia for Khel Ratna, Ravindra Jadeja among 19 other Arjuna awardees “This World Championship is a great chance for us to win maximum Olympic quotas,” he added. “The entire team has worked really hard and if they finish in the top 6 and get Olympic quotas, they’ll get ample time to prepare for the Tokyo Olympics and work on their shortcomings with a free mind, Yogeshwar added. 1 year ago BJP slams Digvijaya Singh, says ‘Congress leaders are quoted in Pak’ First Published: 14th September, 2019 22:37 IST
After his Gold Cup fall, Cue Card guns for victory in the Betway Bowl – one of four Grade Ones on the opening day of the Grand National Festival at Aintree.The Manifesto Novices’ Chase gets the day’s action underway there at 1.45.There’s a big field for the Foxhunters which will be run over the National fences.Here at home, Limerick hosts a seven-race card where the first is off at 2. Stock photo of horse racing | Photo © Pixabay
*El Kanemi goalkeeper, Yekini, sorry over injuryEnugu Rangers striker, Ifeanyi Egwim, is expected to make a return to competitive football in four months barring any hitch.Rangers’ club’s doctor, Emeka Onyia, disclosed to supersport.com. yesterday that the former Dolphins man has undergone a first operation at the National Orthopaedic Hospital in Enugu following a tibia-fibular fracture he sustained during his team’s Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) final day game against El-Kanemi Warriors on Sunday. Onyia confirmed that the Rangers man is in stable condition after having his broken leg operation upon at the hospital in Enugu and should make his way to playing in the sport in four months once he goes through rehabilitation.He further explained why the hospital decided to operate on Egwim in Nigeria despite the Enugu State Governor, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, ordering that the player be flown abroad for treatment.“We just left the operating theatre not long ago and the operation on Ifeanyi went well and he is currently stable. The operation had to be carried out on him considering that the fracture he sustained on his tibia-fibular was an open one, so we had to operate rather than fly him abroad if we take into cognisance of the process it might take to get visas and other documents.“Mind you, money in flying him abroad isn’t the issue here but we needed to put the career of Ifeanyi into consideration first before thinking of the option of flying him abroad considering the nature of his injured.However if there is need to fly him abroad that will be done.“The time-frame for his return should be four months,” the Rangers team doctor revealed.Egwim suffered a leg fracture in his team’s 4-0 win after coming off the bench to replace Ocheme Edoh in a one-on-one situation with El-Kanemi goalkeeper, Kazeem Yekeen. Television replays have shown that Egwim simply slipped and fell leading to the fracture without any contact from Yekeen, who was sent off for the incident with Rangers being awarded a spot kick.Meanwhile, Kazeem has described as regrettable the sour incident on that almost marred the end chapter of the top-flight.Kazeem said he has no intention whatsoever to cause any form of injury on the Rangers man, Egwim.“I feel very bad over the unfortunate incident I have not been myself since that day.“The truth is that the guy has cropped the injury prior to getting in contact with me.“I could not have gone out of my way intentionally to hurt him knowing what we players face in the hands of club managements whenever we are injured.“It was a one-on-one situation I went for the ball but I could not. He jumped up to avoid me and in the process went down wrongly.“When I looked up, it was red card from the referee to me. I was surprised because I did not have any contact with him. However, the injury overshadowed every other thing for all of us that Sunday evening. It was really painful.“I’m a careful goalkeeper so it was naturally for me to feel very sad and sorry for the whole incident.“I’m willing to personal visit him in the hospital to wish him quickest recovery,” said the former Bayelsa United shot stopper to supersport.com.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Tanzania’s Kilimanjaro Queens marched on to a 4-1 win and will take on tournament favourites Kenya in the final on Tuesday. Uganda’s consolation goal came from Hasifa Nassuna in the dying minutes.Kenya booked their place in the final by edging Ethiopia 3-2 in the first semifinal in Jinja.#CecafaWomen2016 TweetsShare on: WhatsApp Uganda’s Fazila Ikwaput leaves a Tanzanian on the floor but goals have been hard to get in the ongoing semifinal. PHOTO FUFA MEDIACECAFA women’s tournament semifinalTanzania 4 Uganda 1Kenya 3 Ethiopia 2Two early goals by Omari Mwanahamisi and Daniel Donisia gave Tanzania a flying start as they humbled Uganda’s Crested Cranes in the second semifinal of the inaugural CECAFA women’s tournament on Sunday.
Nursery school teacher Carlotta James, called Abigail, of Lot 27, Middle Walk, Buxton, East Coast Demerara, died after the car she was driving, PHH 67, slammed into the back of a lorry along the Good Hope Public Road, ECD at about 02:00h on Saturday.Dead: Carlotta JamesThe driver of motor lorry GPP 143, a 31-year-old resident of Mahaicony, ECD, reportedly told investigators that he had slowed down the vehicle and had indicated he was about to turn south across the Good Hope public road when the car being driven by the 45-year-old James, proceeding east along the northern side of the Good Hope road behind the motor lorry, ran into his rear.Initially pinned in her vehicle, James was subsequently removed therefrom, placed in a Police pickup, and rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital, where she was pronounced dead on arrival.James’s niece, Melissa Younge, said she was returning from the airport at about 02:07h and was stopped by the Police at Good Hope. She exited the minibus in which she was travelling and discovered her aunt’s car plastered to the back of a truck.“We went to see if she was in the vehicle but the car was empty, and I saw the blood and the damages and her wig. A guy told me that he was from Golden Grove and he was passing and he saw the accident, so he went to render assistance. He said she was holding his hand and staring at him, but he don’t know is who she was, so he couldn’t contact nobody.“The Police (were) there and I gave him the information and I called my other aunts and told them what (had) happened, and I went home,” Younge detailed.She said her aunt had left earlier in the day to go to the Dorcas Club Nursery at Plaisance, ECD, where she had been head teacher, and she cannot tell where else her aunt had gone afterwards.“I didn’t go to the hospital, I saw a guy with the Police and I was looking for her bag and so on. The truck driver was about to tell me what (had) happened and the Police told him to ‘Shut up,” she added.The Police have said the lorry driver was subjected to a breathalyser test and it is certain he was not under the influence. He is presently in Police custody assisting with investigations.
Here is the latest news letter from the Peace River Regional District. Click on the attached pdf to download the file.- Advertisement –