first_img62 ′ Tournament: A group Stadium: Audience: 1,723 th most common60 ′ Tonislav Yordanov could not shoot from a comfortable position and then fell into feints.59 ′ Lyudmil Kirov throws Ndongala in place of Grigor Dolapchiev.58 ′ Kolyo Stanev replaces Yani Pehlivanov’s injuries.54 ′ Ivaylo Lazarov received a foul for a foul.53 ′ Great individual game of Nenov, who shoots under the crossbar. Hristo Ivanov saved after a brilliant intervention.45 ′ No break shifts.45 ′ The dynamic first half of Ivaylo Stadium ended. <br /> 41 ′ Dolapchiev could not find Nenov in a quick attack on the Danube. Both are teenagers of CSKA.39 ′ GOOOOOOOL! Zdravko Iliev centered to the right to the far post and Florent Bojaj with a plunge caught the ball with his head in front of Makenjiev. <br /> 31 ′ Hristov shoots sharply from the right. The ball met the outer net at Ether’s door. Dolapchiev gave the pass.26 ′ Nikola Kolev committed a rough foul against Stefan Hristov.23 ′ Georgi Kupenov held Stefan Hristov’s hand and received a yellow card.20 ′ GOOOL! Fernando Cavalcante overtook goalkeeper Ivanov in the small field. Lazarov controlled the ball with his left shoulder and returned it parallel to the door. <br /> 19 ′ Lyuben Nikolov received a card for a foul.18 ′ Stefan Hristov was decorated with cardboard. Gidzhenov consulted with his assistant on the remote touch.8 ′ GOOOL! Milcho Angelov ran over the defense from the left and with his awkward left foot shot at a small angle under Makenjiev’s beam. Anton Ognyanov gave the pass. The two defenders of the Danube were outrun by Angelov. <br /> 3 ′ Bojaj almost escaped behind the protection of the guests. His blow was weak in Makenjiev’s hands.1 ′ The “river” derby started. Eter and Danube open the last round of the regular season of the First League. The “river” derby of Northern Bulgaria can be very important for the fate of both teams in this championship.The hosts from Veliko Tarnovo are in tenth place with 24 years. Curiously, they are currently in the Europa League playoff zone, but it seems that they will fight for survival. Their financial crisis is very serious and the players play in every game as if for the last time. The Dragons also have problems, but in recent days light has begun to appear in their “tunnel”. They have only 19 points and with one loss today they will almost certainly secure a place in the top three for places 11th to 13th.In the first half of the season in Ruse, the “violet” won 2-0. The scheme of the Bulgarian championship is such that Eter and Dunav can play against each other three times within the next month.After the departure of Alexander Dyulgerov and Krassimir Stanoev, the coach of Etar Petko Petkov does not have much choice in determining the starting lineup. Florent Bojaj has been restored and will start as a starter in attack, together with Tonislav Yordanov and Milcho Angelov. Anton Ognyanov is expected to remain on the bench, scoring an own goal against Lokomotiv (Plovdiv), at the expense of Dino Martinovic.Ruse will be without the permanently injured CSKA football player Mitko Mitkov. In attack, Lyudmil Kirov is expected to rely on Stefan Hristov. Svilen Shterev and the agile Julian Nenov will act on both flanks.last_img read more

first_imgFollowing their 0-2 defeat at the hands of Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana’s National Men’s Hockey Team on Saturday suffered another defeat against their counterparts from the Twin Island Republic in the second of their three match CAC warm up series.  The margin of defeat was stretched even further in the second encounter as the host, Trinidad and Tobago found the back of the upright on four occasions. Guyana on the other hand, failed yet again to score. The Guyanese started much better than their first match, holding their own against the vaunted Trinidad setup.   Honours remained throughout the first quarter and most of the second quarter, until Rayon Branford received a yellow card with five minutes left in the second quarter, which meant that Guyana would have to play with a man short for the rest of the half. The Guyanese held Trinidad at bay until the 28th minute when they conceded a penalty corner and Daniel Byer deflected in a Tariq Marcano drag flick.  Two minutes later, on the stroke of half time, a clinical Trinidadian counter attack was finished by Kristien Emmanuel to make it 2-0. Guyana started the second half strongly, creating several goal scoring opportunities which went begging. On one such occasion, debutant Edmond Chinian was awarded a penalty stroke after being fouled in the scoring area, but again the opportunity went begging as Andrew Stewart pushed the ball wide left.  With Guyana pressing high to get on the score sheet, Marcano picked up the ball in space and eliminated one defender before sending a drive into the scoring which was deflected by Dylan Francis in the 52nd minute. Trinidad were awarded a penalty corner on the stroke of full time and Marcano finished off a man of the match performance with a clinical drag flick finish off the base of the left post. The trip to Trinidad was used as a doubt opportunity to play against a competitive side and to use turf facilities to get in a few practice sessions.   Guyana in that regard was able to complete their first practice session on Saturday night and will be hoping to improve their finishing in Sunday’s final match.last_img read more

first_imgBRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Combined Campuses and Colleges Marooners skipper, Carlos Brathwaite, said his side’s triumph in the Regional Super50 was built on a desire not to simply compete but to play an aggressive brand of cricket and actually win the competition. Marooners lifted the domestic 50-overs title on Sunday when they trounced nine-time champions  Guyana Jaguars by six wickets at Kensington Oval, to register their maiden success in the competition.  “Our motto was we wanted to be respected around the region and [coach] Floyd Reifer instilled in us that we came here to win,”  the West Indies Twenty20 skipper said afterwards.“CCC in the past have come to compete and when you come to compete and you get that close, then it’s not winning. You always have near misses. This year we came to win.“We did a lot of soul searching after the Leeward Islands game – I think that’s the last game we lost. We failed to chase 130 … and the message was just clear: if you want to win, you have to play a brand of cricket that’s aggressive, attacking, no fear and expressive. “Since then, even if players played what may be deemed ‘a rash shot’ or ‘a bad shot’ or lose their wicket, the message from the dressing was always the same: why did you play it? If was more of a conversation – more communication than just slagging.” He added: “I think that gave a lot of players the freedom to express themselves and in the games following obviously as a bowling unit, we bowled very, very well but some of the ways we chased down some of the targets was very impressive. It’s a culmination of a lot of things – a lot of hard work.”One of the challenges Marooners face each year is their squad selection. They can only assemble their unit after the other franchises across the region have picked their squads. As a result, there is often uncertainty about availability of players and ultimately, squad combinations, which proves a headache for selectors.However, Brathwaite said even with these hurdles the squad were still able to come together and gel quickly, holding intense training sessions and pulling together as a family.“It was very difficult. I had a lot of chats with Floyd and I think we had the best combinations possible,” Brathwaite explained. “Firstly, to play the games at UWI but then to be versatile enough to come to the Oval on what is a slightly different surface and be able to not only compete but win and win convincingly. “So it’s a challenge but it’s testament to the system that’s in place at CCC. We’ve counted 33 or 34 players that would’ve passed through the CCC programme and gone on to West Indies A and West Indies international honours so it’s testament to the programme that even with the challenges we have, that we can put in such good performances.“The challenge is now to do it in the four-day if included or to replicate it next Super50.”Brathwaite’s presence was key to Marooners’ success. Not only was his international experience vital but he also performed on the field, gathering 212 runs at an average of 53 and also taking 13 wickets. He said having skipped a potential T20 contract for the Super50 and then leading Marooners to victory, had been a rewarding experience.“It means a lot. Over the past year people have been telling me I needed to sacrifice some of this franchise cricket and come back and play first class [cricket],” Brathwaite said.“[I] sacrificed a contract possibly in the Afghanistan Premier League this time around. I spoke to Floyd about trying to get my batting back on track and the opportunity to come and lead the CCC if possible.“Spoke to Kyle Corbin and asked his blessing as captain at the time. For such big decisions to be made, such sacrifices to be made and then for it to culminate in a victory of the entire tournament, for it to go down in the history books is a special feeling.”last_img read more

first_imgManchester United defender, Eric Bailly has signed for Roc Nation Sports formed by Jay-Z under his Roc Nation brand.Roc Nation Sports are moving into the football world with an earlier signing of Bailly’s United team-mate, Romelu Lukaku who parted ways with his long-standing agent Mino Raiola.They already have some of the biggest stars from US sports in basketball, baseball, American Football as well as boxing, including NBA star Kevin Durant. They also boast Bayern Munich’s Germany defender, Jerome Boateng.The deal will be officially announced next week but it comes at an interesting time for Bailly who has lost his place in the starting line-up at Old Trafford despite his recent impressive displays for Ivory Coast.Tottenham Hotspurs are one of many clubs monitoring developments with Bailly at United as Mauricio Pochettino has been a long-term admirer of the Ivorian defender.There would be no shortage of interest if Bailly was to leave Old Trafford for another club.Roc Nation Sports majorly looks after money-spinning image rights deals for their growing list of sports stars and it is likely they will continue their spread into the Premier League market.Relatedlast_img read more

first_imgTeam-owned Counter-Strike: Global Offensive league Flashpoint has appointed Esports Charts as its official analytics partner.The deal will see Esports Charts provide statistics and analytics for Flashpoint to fully understand its broadcast performance.Photo credit: FlashpointRELATED: RuHub acquires Russian broadcast rights for FLASHPOINTIn a release for the partnership announcement, Esports Charts states that 64.6 percent of the viewers for the first season of Flashpoint were English speakers. Portuguese speakers made up 29.5 percent of the total viewership, which was presumably contributed towards by the presence of Brazilian team MIBR.Dan Fiden, President of Cloud9 – a founding team of Flashpoint operator B Site – spoke on the deal in a release: “It’s fantastic to have Esports Charts on board to provide best-in-class viewership analytics to both our teams and our sponsorship partners. The tools and data they provide are crucial to fine tuning our operations to continually improve our content for fans.”RELATED: FLASHPOINT gets inside track with Pinnacle partnershipEsports Charts is in similar agreements with the likes of Alliance, Fnatic, Team Liquid, StarLadder and TSM, providing insights not only for its partners but their competition too.Artyom Odintsov, CEO of Esports Charts, also commented: “Esports Charts is pleased to join the initiative of our market colleagues and to contribute to the progress of Flashpoint with our expertise and of course, analytical data. Endeavors such as Flashpoint are always commendable and are an example that should be emulated.”Esports Insider says: Esports Charts does great work for the industry and we’re sure it can provide valuable insights to its partners. Flashpoint is looking to change the game of CS:GO when it comes to esports and it’ll need all the help it can get to topple ESL. 10 Sec ESI London – Franchised leagues in esports. CARMAC vs lurppis NextStay ESI London – Franchised leagues in esports. CARMAC vs lurppisNOW PLAYINGThis year in esports- Investments, sponsorships and deals in 2019NOW PLAYINGTEAMS wins The Clutch DigitalNOW PLAYINGHector ‘H3CZ’ Rodriguez – ESI Hall of Fame Inductee 2019NOW PLAYINGESI Hall of Fame 2019 – #ESIHOFNOW PLAYINGMarcus ‘djWHEAT’ Graham – ESI Hall of Fame Inductee 2019NOW PLAYINGHeather ‘sapphiRe’ Garozzo – ESI Hall of Fame Inductee 2019NOW PLAYINGESI London 2019NOW PLAYINGThe best MMOs in 2020NOW PLAYING Arrow Left #1 Icon Created with Sketch. Arrow right #1 Icon Created with Sketch.last_img read more

first_imgFreeform/Lorenzo Bevilaqua(NEW YORK) — Eline Powell, the star of Freeform’s mermaid thriller Siren, will be making a splash at the 37th annual Coney Island Mermaid Parade in New York City on Saturday.This year marks the Belgian actress’ first time at the parade and she’ll be riding a special Siren-themed float. She’s still deciding what she’ll be wearing to the celebration, which is known for its wild costumes and artistic expression.“This is the best part about any community parade kind of thing, it’s the creativity that comes out,” Powell tells ABC Radio. “I’m obviously so keen to see what people dress up like. But, you know, to draw that to a bigger line, it’s also to see what their interpretation of mermaid is.”Maybe she’ll even hit the beach at Coney Island after the parade is over. Powell says that playing the fierce mermaid Ryn on Siren hasn’t made her sick of the water — it’s only made her more inclined to take a beach vacation.“At this point in time, I’m still like, ‘Does it have a beach? Does it have a sea or kind of place I can swim in?’ Otherwise I’m not too interested at the moment,” she laughs. “So it’s still a really big part of my life.” Siren, currently in its second season and recently renewed for a third, airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET on Freeform.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

first_imgElijah Zevenbergen was the $1,000 IMCA Sunoco Stock Car winner at Arlington Raceway’s Joe Voss Memorial. (Photo by Sarah Moriarty)ARLINGTON, Minn. (Aug. 27) – Elijah Zevenbergen led from start to finish to pick up the $1,000 winner’s check at Arlington Raceway’s Joe Voss Memorial for IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars Saturday night.Zevenbergen had strong challenges, first from Chad Schroeder and then from Derek Green.Green suffered a flat tire and went into the work area on the red flag that waved after Adam Re­vier got too high on the backstretch, went over the cushion lost control barrel rolled several times down the track.Revier was OK but his car was damaged. After that restart, the race was all Zevenbergen. Matt Speckman worked behind him but had to settle for second ahead of Dean Cornelius.Green made his way back up to fourth. Wisconsin traveler Shawn Wagner finished fifth, earning the hard charger bonus plus a new front bumper by passing 12 cars.The Stock Cars also raced a “tough guy” challenge in memory of Voss with the top 10 cars from the feature racing 10 laps. The car scored last on each lap had to leave the track. The winner was Green of Granada, who had started seventh. He picked up $500 from Pro Haulers for the win.Team Porter Corner celebrated a pair of wins as father Chad and daughter Kyren won the Xtreme Mo­tor Sports IMCA Modified and Mach-1 Sport Compact features.Michael Stien motored to the IMCA EMI RaceSaver Sprint Car checkers and Eric Bassett re­peated as the Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod winner. Cory Probst collected another IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock win.Feature results – 1. Elijah Zevenbergen; 2. Matt Speckman; 3. Dean Cornelius; 4. Derek Green; 5. Shawn Wagner; 6. Brent Uecker; 7. Matthew Schauer; 8. Jeff Holstein; 9. David Moriarty; 10. Kevin LaTour; 11. Chuck Winter; 12. Ryan Grochow; 13. Pete Alexander; 14. Dan Mackenthun; 15. Travis Schurmann; 16. Chad Schroeder; 17. Adam Revier; 18. Shaun Bruns.last_img read more

first_imgMARSHALLTOWN, Iowa – Track conditions and a less than promising weather forecast have forced Marshalltown Speedway track officials to postpone the $10,000 to win World Nationals special for IMCA Modifieds from this weekend to Sept. 13-15.The event will now be a qualifier for the 2019 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot.The first race of 2018 at Marshalltown is now the April 6 Frostbuster, featuring IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods and IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks.The same four divisions run at Frostbusters April 4 at Lee County Speedway in Donnellson, April 5 at Benton County Speedway in Vinton and April 7 at Boone Speedway.last_img read more

first_img“We truly appreciate the support of Kevko for their decade of directly benefiting the efforts of IMCA racers,” commented IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “We continue to strengthen our partnership by recognizing state champions across the country in 2020.” FAIRMONT, Minn. – Kevko marks a milestone while continuing an awards program for rookies of the year and state champions in five IMCA divisions in 2020. The more than 80 state champions to be crowned in the same divisions receive $50 product certificates. Kevko certificates will be presented during the national awards banquet in November or mailed beginning the following week from the IMCA office. More information about Kevko oil pans and other high performance parts and accessories is availa­ble at the www.kevkoracing.com website, by calling 800 770-3557 and on Facebook.  “I think 10 years with IMCA truly shows our dedication to weekly dirt track racers. We have been building quality products for over 30 years and it’s important to us to award outstanding performance each year,” said Kevko’s Josh Ruby. “Please contact us on any questions you may have and see how our products can benefit you this season!”  In its 10th season as an IMCA sponsor, the Fairmont, Minn., manufacturer gives claim or crate engine oil pans to the IMCA Modified, IMCA Sunoco Stock Car, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock, Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod and Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMod national rookies of the year.last_img read more

first_imgNowadays, the two East Coast teams play each other every year, usually splitting four games at each ballpark. Former Orioles third baseman Manny Machado laying the tag on Nationals third baseman Anthony Rendon in a 2018 Beltway Series matchup The question we have to ask ourselves is this, is the Beltway Series a legitimate rivalry? Well, to most O’s and Nats fans, it is indeed. Please follow and like us: The Battle of the Beltways has been a staple series for baseball lovers all around Maryland, and for years the Baltimore Orioles and Washington Nationals have been quite the quiet rivals in MLB. The series name is taken from the beltway highways, the Baltimore Beltway (I-695) and the Capital Beltway (I-95/I-495), that serve Baltimore and D.C., respectively. The Orioles were victorious in the first ever meeting between the two teams on May 19, 2006, defeating Washington at Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium by a score of 5-1. The Nationals hold the largest victory between the two teams, after defeating the Orioles 17-5 on May 20, 2011, with the help of six home runs and 19 tallied hits.center_img In that game, Jeff Conine, Kris Benson, Corey Patterson, Ramon Hernandez, and Eddie Rogers each tallied one RBI in the Orioles win. Former Orioles manager Buck Showalter conversing with former Nationals manager Dusty Baker Washington also holds the longest win streak in series history, winning seven straight games between 2017 and 2019. Unlike the infamous 118-year rivalry between the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox, the Beltway Series began in 2006, primarily due to the two team’s close proximity to one another (about 40 miles apart). There have been 73 meetings between the two interleague foes, with the Orioles leading the all-time record 42-31. last_img read more