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first_imghighlights New Delhi: Sanju produced a hattrick as the Indian women’s team romped to a massive 10-0 victory against Turkmenistan in their second match of the Turkish Women’s Cup in Alanya on Friday. Sanju (17th, 37th, 71st) was the highest scorer of the match, Anju Tamang (51st, 83rd) and Ranjana (60th, 62nd) got a brace each to their name, while Dangmei Grace (7th), Sumithra (77th) and Indumathi Kathiresan (87th) also scored one goal each.India thus bounced back from their 0-1 defeat against Uzbekistan on Wednesday. India started off with a bang, as Dangmei put the eves in front on the 7th minute itself. Around 10 minutes later, Sanju added another one, before making it 3-0 for India minutes before the half-time break. The team, led by Indumathi in this match, increased the tempo in the second half, as Grace and Ranjana combined again to add two more. Notably, the 71st-minute goal marked the hat-trick for Sanju, and also the third assist of the match for right-back Dalima Chhibber. Sumithra, Anju and captain Indumathi added three more goals to take India to double figures in the game. India is next set to face Romania on Sunday.India Starting XI: Linthoingambi Devi; Jabamani Tudu, Ashalata Devi, Sweety Devi, Dalima Chhibber; Sangita Basfore, Indumathi Kathiresan (C), Anju Tamang; Sanju, Manisha, Dangmei Grace. India upstage Turkmenistan 10-0 in Turkish Women’s CupIndumathi Kathiresan is the captain of the India team.Sanju netted a hat-trick against Turkmenistan.  For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

first_imgDajuan Coleman left the court three minutes and 10 seconds into the game. Aside from two minutes sprinkled in the latter part of the first half, he sat in the same chair with a warmup top on, observing from between assistant coaches Mike Hopkins and Adrian Autry. Syracuse was outrebounded by 26 and lost its first game of the season.“I guess he don’t trust me out there,” Coleman said of SU head coach Jim Boeheim.Two minutes into the game, Wisconsin forward Vitto Brown hit a jumper from the short corner and Coleman’s extended arm was left hitting thin air. After the game, Boeheim said he brought Coleman to the bench because of two short-corner jump shots that the Badgers hit. Coleman didn’t see it the same way.“I mean I know there was one on me, that was just one,” Coleman said. “But I don’t know about a couple.”Coleman is coming off a three-game stint in the Battle 4 Atlantis where he showed flashes of improvement. He averaged 17.3 minutes per game and grabbed seven rebounds per game in the tournament. In each of the four games prior to Wednesday, Coleman picked up four fouls.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIn the No. 14 Orange’s (6-1) 66-58 overtime loss to Wisconsin (5-3), Coleman didn’t foul anyone. He had three rebounds in five minutes, tallied an assist and missed only one shot.“Tyler’s been playing unbelievable in the middle and we won the tournament because we played him in the center spot,” Boeheim said of freshman Tyler Lydon. “So I thought it’d be a good thing to try and do what we’ve been doing, seeing as how we just won a big tournament.”Coleman was asked if he was frustrated watching the Orange get outrebounded so heavily while he was sitting on the bench. Two brief mentions of “yeah” and quick nods followed.Wisconsin forward Nigel Hayes wasn’t surprised Coleman only saw the first three-plus minutes before being removed. He played so little a factor in Wednesday’s loss that the Badgers’ big man didn’t even know Coleman’s age or role on the team.“I’m sure it’s because he’s a senior,” Hayes said of Coleman, who has a year of eligibility remaining after this season. “He’s been here, he’s put his time in, and I think Boeheim’s giving him respect for being here in the program but we knew that they were going to play (Lydon).”The former McDonald’s All-American strung together a trio of promising outings in the Bahamas, but Wednesday brought his progress down a peg. Georgetown, another team with an imposing frontcourt, is up next.And Coleman, visibly frustrated with his playing time against Wisconsin, will continue the uphill battle to get where he wants.“Go back to work tomorrow,” he said. “I’m not going to stop.” Comments Related Stories Poll: Grade the Orange’s performance against Wisconsin and pick a player of the gameGallery: Wisconsin hands Syracuse its 1st loss of the seasonStorify: Syracuse community reacts to overtime loss against WisconsinJim Boeheim on Syracuse’s current stretch: ‘It’s horrific scheduling. That’s my fault’Syracuse shoots itself out of overtime loss to Wisconsin Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Published on December 3, 2015 at 12:49 am Contact Matt: | @matt_schneidmanlast_img read more

first_imgThe National Basketball Association (NBA) is now setting its foot in India where the league has been gaining a lot of fans lately. The Sacramento Kings are playing the Indiana Pacers at the NSCI Dome in Mumbai on Friday and Saturday. The games played will be two pre-season games and not a part of the 2019-20 regular season that will begin later this month. This is the first time an American Sports League is setting its foot on Indian soil. If it is your first time watching the NBA, here are five things you might want to know about the sport and the league. LIVE TV WATCH US LIVE SUBSCRIBE TO US Last Updated: 22nd November, 2019 20:07 IST NBA India Games: 5 Things You Need To Know About The Basketball League The Sacramento Kings will play the Indiana Pacers in Mumbai on October 4 and 5. Here’s a brief explainer of the basics of the NBA for new basketball fans. COMMENT ALSO READ | NBA India Games Live: When and where to watch Kings vs PacersGame lengthThe NBA game has four quarters and each lasts for 12 minutes. A single game technically runs for 48 minutes but in-game situations like fouls, time-outs, the ball going out of bounds, etc. make the game go on for a length of two to two and a half hours. After two quarters, players also get a rest period of 15-minutes. In other words – half time. ALSO READ | NBA in India: Indian national anthem to play before the game for first timeLeague progressionThe league consists of 30 teams divided into two conferences of 15 each. The league final is played between the winner of the Western Conference and the Eastern Conference. The top eight teams from each conference battle each other out in the First Round, Conference Semis, and the Conference Finals. The winners of both the Conference Finals play The NBA Finals. The Finals consists of seven games where the team winning the most games takes the Larry O’Brien trophy home.Player contractsThe NBA teams loop in fresh players in the NBA Draft which takes place in June, every year. There are two rounds in the Draft and each round has 30 picks. Other than this, the teams can also trade players with other teams. A player who is not contracted to any team is a free agent.ALSO READ | NBA in India: Priyanka Chopra returns to Mumbai for the gameHow to watch the matches?In India, the league is broadcasted by the Sony Network and matches can be watched on channels in the Sony Network. These include – Sony Six, Sony ESPN, Ten1, and Ten3. The matches can also be streamed online on the Sony LIV platform.Defending championsThe Toronto Raptors are the defending NBA champions. They faced the Golden State Warriors in the 2018-19 Finals. They won the league in the sixth match of the Finals after having the lead on Warriors 4-2.ALSO READ | NBA in India buildup sees floating court & preview of what is to come center_img Written By First Published: 4th October, 2019 11:12 IST Mumbai 😍#NBAIndiaGames #NBAInMyBackYard— Indiana Pacers (@Pacers) October 3, 2019 Mrigank Pandey FOLLOW USlast_img read more

first_imgJamaica law enforcement officials say they have seized three guns and detained several people since a state of emergency (SOE) was imposed in sections of the Corporate Area on Sunday.A statement issued by the police on Sunday night noted that the security forces had seized the guns during an operation in which several premises were searched.National Security Minister Dr. Horace Chang, speaking on local radio, said he expects more guns to be seized during the said the SOE that Prime Minister Andrew Holness announced during a press conference at Jamaica House on Sunday as part of the enhanced security measures covering several communities such as Denham Town and Trench Town that have become crime hotspots across the island .The latest announcement is a continuation of the government’s use of emergency powers in the fight against crime.Chang said there should be minimal disruption to activities in the areas covered by the state of emergency.“We expect normalcy to be carried out in the areas, although it is heavily commercialized and there is heavy traffic. But we have the skill set to ensure that things continue smoothly,” he said.The security forces have instituted checkpoints at several areas within the three communities and the police are reminding persons residing or visiting the areas that under the SOE they should always have a valid form of identification when leaving home.The police statement said that the curtailment of activities will be done in accordance with, and with respect to human rights, and persons are encouraged to co-operate with the security forces.Additionally, the police are cautioning the public to be in full adherence of the restrictions implemented.Prime Minister Holness, who is also Defense minister, said the new measures became necessary because the capacity of the force was limited   to deal with the high levels of criminal activity.last_img read more

first_imgBaylesa Queens finally kicked off their campaign in the Nigeria Women Premier League (NWPL) Super4 as they forced Delta Queens to a 1-1 draw in the second match of Matchday Two.Baylesa Queens who had lost their first game against Nasarawa Amazons on Monday by a lone goal, came out the more fired up team of the two sides and had the ball in the back of the net after only three minutes, only for them to be denied by the assistant referee who flagged for offside.That seemed to spark Delta Queens into life as they responded by asking series of questions from the Baylesa Queens back line and were duly rewarded with a goal in the 21st minute as Adebisi Saheed, who has been outstanding upfront for the team so far in this competition converted a long pass from Etim beyond Alaba to give the Kwale ladies the lead of the game. The Kwale ladies continued to give a great showing of themselves in attack but were made to pay for the missed chances when Tessy Biawho restored parity for Baylesa Queens in the 29th minute of the game. The game continued at an exciting pace with chances been created at both ends but none was taken by either team which meant the first half ended as a draw.The second half continued at the same pace the first half ended with both sides looking to get a winner in the game. Both coaches made attacking substitutions to aid their various teams in getting the winning goal but it wasn’t to be as the match ended in a draw – the first of the competition thus far.This means that Delta Queens go second on the log with four points behind Nasarawa Amazons who have a perfect record in the competition thus far having won their first two games. Baylesa Queens have just the one point, but may still qualify if they win their final group game against River Angels and the Kwale ladies lose to Nasawara Amazons.The matches would be played on Thursday (12-10-2017) at the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium and it’s Nasarawa Amazons against Delta Queens by 2:00pm while Rivers Angels be up against Baylesa Queens by 4:00pm.RelatedNWPL: Five-Star Wins Grace Final Day As Delta, Nasarawa Complete Line-UpAugust 3, 2017In “Nigeria”NWPL Matchday 12 Review: Charity Reuben Back Atop Goalscorers’ ChartJuly 20, 2017In “Nigeria”Nasarawa Dig Deep to Win NWPL Super4 2016/17October 13, 2017In “Nigeria”last_img read more

first_imgWEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Avoiding any specifics about their team’s sign-stealing during its 2017 World Series championship season, Houston Astros players Alex Bregman and José Altuve apologized Thursday for the scheme that was investigated and punished by Major League Baseball.Astros owner Jim Crane and new manager Dusty Baker — who replaced the fired AJ Hinch — also spoke at a news conference at the team’s spring training facility.And while the clear purpose was to say, “We’re sorry” and hope to move on, Crane raised eyebrows with this statement: “Our opinion is that this didn’t impact the game. We had a good team. We won the World Series. And we’ll leave it at that.”Asked moments later about his statement about the effects on the game, Crane tried to backtrack, saying, “It’s hard to determine how it impacted the game, if it impacted the game.” The investigation found the Astros used the video feed from a center field camera to view and decode opposing catchers’ signs. Players banged on a trash can to signal to batters what was coming, believing it would improve chances of getting a hit.Crane said the scheme was used in 2017 and part of 2018, but ended during that season.He said there was nothing to the notion that Astros hitters used buzzers to get information about pitches.“I truly believe there was no buzzers, ever,” he said. MLB did not punish any players for the cheating and Crane said he stood by that.“We’re not going to do anything to the players,” the owner said.Altuve said there was a full team meeting Wednesday to discuss what happened.MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred disciplined the Astros after he found the team broke rules by using electronics to steal signs during its run to the 2017 World Series championship and again in the 2018 season.The Astros were fined $5 million, the maximum allowed under major league rules, and forfeited their next two first- and second-round amateur draft picks.center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

first_imgFacebook10Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by Elite Cleaning of WashingtonAn organic cleaning product already found in your home: lemon juice.Lemon juice is a great smelling, natural disinfectant, bleach, metal polish, and stain remover! It’s not just for lemonade! Lemon juice contains citric acid that kills odor-causing bacteria, so use lemons versus artificial air fresheners!Got Fish or Garlic Smells? Lemon juice will drive them away! Cut some lemons and use the juice when cleaning cutting boards, refrigerators, microwaves, or even toss a slice in when cooking stinky foods such as cabbage.Stain Remover? Yep! Lemon juice removed stains like mildew, wine, olive oil, and dark berry juice from fabrics. Depending on the type of fabric: be gentle as needed, but for heavier fabric it’s perfect to make a paste with lemon juice and salt to work on tougher stains.Metal Polish? Stainless steel, copper, and other metal pots and pans love lemon juice and salt mixture to clean and shine while removing grease, grime, and even rust!Elite Cleaning of Washington is fully licensed and bondedFor home cleaning estimates, please contact Scottiejo at 360.529.2277.last_img read more

first_imgBjorn Morris scored a game-high 25 points to lead the L.V. Rogers Bombers to a 59-52 overtime victory over Similkameen Sparks from Keremeos in the consolation final of the Kalamalka Lakers High School Boy’s Basketball Rock The Rim Tournament Saturday in Vernon.The win clinched third spot in the eight-team tournament for the Bombers.Last week LVR lost in the final of the Golden Eagles Tournament to Valleyview of Kamloops.The Bombers looked to have an easy walk against Similkameen, building a large lead late in the game.But the Sparks started to claw their way back, torching the Bomber defence with solid outside shooting from behind the three-point arc and tying the game at 46-46 to force the extra period.LVR was able to regroup, out scoring Similkameen 13-6 to grab the consolation title. Ethan Perkins and Isaiah Kingdon had 10 and nine points, respectively for LVR while Tobin Eberle was named the Bomber game MVP.LVR opened the tournament with a 68-60 win over two-time AA Boy’s Basketball Champion Kelowna Christian.Perkins, named the game MVP for LVR, led the team with 25 points.The Bombers then lost 65-58 to the host Kalamalka Lakers in the semi final round.”We were neck and neck until they went on one run to go up late third quarter,” said Bomber coach Jeremy Phelan.”We couldn’t stop one guy (Chris Gallant) who scored 23 on us. But guys battled hard and made it close in the end.”Perkins scored 15 points to lead LVR.Morris was the game MVP.The Bombers have a weekend off before traveling to Mount Sentinel to compete in a playday tourney.LVR hosts the J. Lloyd Crowe Hawks later this month to determine the Kootenay AAA Zone champion and a berth in the provincial tournament.last_img read more

first_imgThe competition commences on April 17 with 11 teams competing.They are Mendi Muruks, Rabaul Gurias, Agmark Gurias, Goroka Lahanis, Port Moresby Vipers, Enga Mioks, Mt Hagen Eagles, TNA Lions, Hela Wigmen, Waghi Tumbe and Lae Snax Tigers and Gulf Isapea.Teams are expected to finalise a 25-man squad by April.Muruks team official Jack Kereme confirmed that they have finalised a 25-man squad and it’s now with the franchise board for approval.The squad was trimmed from 44 players following selections during a trial match last weekend.The players were placed in two teams, Mendi Black and Mendi White, to challenge each other in the trial match.Kereme said the names of the final 25 players will be released to the media this week once it has been approved.Regulars hoping to make the final cut include David Lapua, Andrew Ipi, Kewa Kili, Ape Nande, Jackson Undi and David Loko.last_img read more

first_imgKianna Dy has a chance for glory at two different levels in her volleyball career.ADVERTISEMENT The De La Salle opposite hitter Dy is just three victories away from her third straight UAAP women’s volleyball title and she also has a chance to be part of the Philippine Women’s National Volleyball Team that will compete in the 2018 Asian Games and 2018 AVC Asian Women’s Cup.With tremendous opportunities in front of her, the 22-year-old from La Salle wants to first focus on the goal where she’s closer to the finish.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown“I’ll just have to balance things out, on what I will prioritize and for now I think it would be the UAAP because it’s almost over,” said Dy in Filipino after the tryouts for the national team at Arellano University on Wednesday.“After the UAAP, then I’ll turn my focus to the national team.” Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’ Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next View comments ‘Stop romanticizing Pinoy resilience’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames MOST READ P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMC NLEX changes import as first-choice Arnett Moultrie yet to arrive Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. Niño feast LATEST STORIES Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Dy is part of the 34-member master list that national team head coach Ramil De Jesus submitted to the Larong Volleyball ng Pilipinas Inc., the Philippines’ national sports association for volleyball.And in the two days that Dy showed up for the weekly tryouts, she feels it augmented her preparation for the Final Four wherein they will face National University on Sunday.“I think this is an advantage for us we’re training as part of the pool for the national team,” said Dy who has La Salle teammates Mary Joy Baron and Dawn Macandili with her in the tryouts.“It’d be hard for us if we stay idle during this long UAAP break, so to prevent the rust we’re here training.”ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more