Highlights of the Euro 2020 qualifying play-off match between Scotland and Israel August saw the start of an exclusive five-year deal with the SPFL to show up to 48 live matches each season, from the competition that delivered the very first live football on Sky Sports in 1991. In addition to Scotland’s UEFA Nations League matches and FIFA World Cup qualifiers, Sky Sports subscribers also have access to more than 140 live Premier League games and up to 158 from the EFL this season. 5:50 – Advertisement – Highlights of the Euro 2020 qualifying play-off match between Bosnia & Herzegovina and Northern Ireland – Advertisement – Sky Sports has announced that Scotland and Northern Ireland’s decisive UEFA Euro 2020 qualifiers will be made available to all viewers in the UK free-to-air.The decision will allow fans from both nations to watch what is sure to be a dramatic night of football. Scotland seek to book their place in a major international tournament for the first time since 1998, while Northern Ireland look to repeat their qualification for UEFA Euro 2016 – their first major tournament for 30 years. 4:27 Image:Steve Clarke and Andy Robertson celebrate Scotland’s shootout win over Israel Sky Sports has made these matches of historic, national significance available in recognition of the unique circumstances and the impact the pandemic is having on fans. Domestic football and other live sporting events will continue to be exclusively available to Sky Sports customers, whose support enables Sky to provide sport with near-term financial security and sustained investment in the future. In the same week as these two decisive matches, Sky Sports subscribers will be able to enjoy The Masters from Augusta, Belgium vs England in the UEFA Nations League, Lewis Hamilton’s bid to equal Michael Schumacher’s illustrious record of seven F1 world titles at the Turkish Grand Prix and the IPL Final. Also, in the UEFA Nations League Scotland face Slovakia, Wales face Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland play Austria. Image:Northern Ireland players celebrate their penalty shootout victory against Bosnia and Herzegovina Thursday November 12, 7.45pmSerbia vs Scotland – Live on Sky One, Pick and Sky Sports FootballNorthern Ireland vs Slovakia – Live on Challenge and Sky Sports Premier LeagueSky Sports Managing Director Rob Webster said: “We know how significant these fixtures could be for fans of Scotland and Northern Ireland. With two sides on the brink of qualifying for a major tournament, we felt it was the right moment in these exceptional and unique circumstances to make the games more widely available.“Sky Sports is a proud partner to many sports, both in the UK and around the world, and we have strived to stand alongside sport in unprecedented circumstances this year.”Fans will also be able to access the matches via NOWTV, on the go on your mobile, laptop or tablet on SkyGo with clips and highlights on SkySports.com, YouTube and Sky Sports social media channels. – Advertisement – – Advertisement –
Batesville, In. — St. Louis School second-grader Henry Giesting used his talent to make the school mascot, The Cardinal, out of clay during art class. Giesting presented his work of art to the principal, Chad Moeller.
Ebenezer Osabutey and Marshall Brobbey emerged the big winners at the end of an exciting day of competition at the the Cowbell Triathlon Legon Sprint Series at the University of Ghana campus.The Sprint Series is the flagship competition organized by the Ghana Triathlon Federation, and brought together competitors from restricted age groups from across the country to compete for honors on Sunday.In all 45 kids and teens raced in the swim, bike and run race.Kids getting ready for the swimThe competition in age group 8-12 years old consisted of 200m swim, 2.5km bike and 1.5km of running whiles the teen ages between 13-17 years comprised 300m swim, 5km bike and 2.5km run.In the kids race Marshal Brobbey of Marlines won the race with a kids record time of 18mins 25:66sec which is the fastest time the GTF has recorded since the kids’ race started two years ago.Winners pose with officialsHe was closely followed in second position by Ibrahim Spear of GH Dolphines with a time of 18mins 52:10sec.David Aryeetey came in third place with a time of 19mins 08:12 secs.In the teens category, it was a complete sweep by the Legon Sharks Swimming Club which saw Ebenezer Osabutey successfully defend his title, finishing the 300m swim part of the race in 4 minutes, 41:46sec and overall record time of 23 minutes, 54.81sec.Nortey Christian of Legon Sharks came in second with a swim time of 4 minutes, 51:57sec and over all time of 25 minutes 12:01 sec whiles Fauster Doevi also from Legon Sharks came in third with a swim time of 6 minutes 06:98sec and an over all time of 25 minutes 39:80secs.Osabutey to the finish lineAll the winners went home with shining medals as well as products from sponsors Cowbell.The race was one of the several races GTF is organizing to create and develop generational pipe line and to also unearth and polish the emerging young talents for the future of Ghana triathlon.Speaking at the end of a successful day of competition, President of the Ghana Triathlon Federation, Bawah Fuseini, his federation owes the success of the event to the sponsors and the parents who brought their children out to race.Brobbey races to first position in the Kids race“I’ll like to express my appreciation to the sponsors Cowbell for their support. And a big thank you to all the parents who accompanied their wards to participate in the race. This would not have happened without you,” he said.“And to the swimming clubs, you guys have been amazing and I hope we can work together in the future to promote swimming and triathlon in Ghana.”The President also thanked Daniel Saipe who stood in for the Director General of NSA, Madam Philippina Frimpong and Enyonan all from the NSA who went to lead a supporting hand to their colleague.