Bristol City Women’s third round SSE Women’s FA Cup match against QPR Ladies has been postponed, due to the heavy rain in Bristol over the last 24 hours.Supporters who have already purchased tickets online for the game, scheduled for Sunday, February 7th, can use them for the rearranged fixture.The game will now take place on Sunday, February 14th. Kick-off time TBC.
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Timberwolves Have Options for #1 PickGetty ImagesWho’s It Gonna Be?The Timberwolves won the draft lottery Thursday night and now own the 1st overall pick in the October 16th NBA draft. The Wolves have some options with that first pick but there isn’t a clear cut favorite yet.Getty ImagesOnyeka OkongwuOkongwu is a 6’9 245 pound defensive specialist. He averaged 16.2 points and 8.6 rebounds in his one season at Southern Cal.Getty ImagesObi ToppinThe 6’9 power forward averaged 20 points and 7.5 rebounds a game his sophomore year at Dayton. Getty ImagesLaMelo BallLaMelo older brother Lonzo plays for the New Orleans Pelicans. LaMelo played last season with the Illawara Hawks in Australia averaging 19 points a game. Ball is a 6’8 guard/forward.Getty ImagesJames WisemanWiseman is a 7’1 240 pound center who played just 3 games in college at Memphis averaging 19.7 points and 10.7 rebounds a game.Getty ImagesAnthony EdwardsEdwards played just one season in college at Georgia where the 6’5 shooting guard averaged 19.1 points and 5.2 rebounds a game.
Chelsea and Juventus will make an exchange during the summer transfer window, writes “Gazzetta dello Sport”. Giorgino will head to Turin and Federico Bernardeschi will head to London. The Italian media suggest that Chelsea have the right to choose three players – Bernardeschi, Douglas Costa and Adrien Rabio, but according to colleagues, the “blues” have chosen the Italian technician.Chelsea attracted Giorgino in 2017 from Napoli for 57 million pounds, but did not convince with his performance. Federico Bernardeschi was bought by Juventus after a 37 million transfer from Fiorentina.Chelsea offers a new contract to the Italian national
The City of Miami Gardens celebrated yesterday the life and work of community advocate, Georgia Ayers, declaring her birthday October 21st as Georgia Ayers Day, in her honor.Ayers was active in the community since 1968, serving as Charter Member of the Opportunity Industrialization Center (I.O.C.) and 1967 developing the Miami-Dade Police Department Community Relations Council, and the Miami Police Department Community Relations Council in 1969. She was also the first recipient of the Miami Herald’s “Spirit of Excellence Award” in 1985.Georgia has received numerous International, National, State and Local Awards, including the “Trailblazer Award” from the City of Miami Police Department; the Education and Community Service Award from Bethune Cookman College Alumni; and the Civil Rights Advocacy Award for the Florida Commission on Human Relations.Ayers, who passed away in February this year, also founded the Alternative Program, to help thousands of first-time offenders find a second chance.
Written By LIVE TV Associated Press Television News Kyle Hendricks convinced new manager David Ross to let him finish a three-hitter, Anthony Rizzo homered and dished out hand sanitizer, and the Chicago Cubs started the season by beating the Milwaukee Brewers 3-0 on Friday night.Ian Happ also had a two-run drive and Ross got his first victory as a big league manager as the Cubs opened this pandemic-shortened 60-game season without fans at Wrigley Field.Hendricks struck out nine and walked none in his first career opening-day start and fourth career shutout.Orlando Arcia had each of Milwaukee’s hits off Hendricks (1-0). After he singled with two out in the third for the Brewers’ first baserunner, he accepted a splash of sanitizer from a smiling Rizzo at first and cleaned off his hands.Ross came out to check on Hendricks with two out and a runner on first in the ninth. He decided to leave him in, and Keston Hiura bounced into a game-ending fielder’s choice on Hendricks’ 103rd pitch.Milwaukee right-hander Brandon Woodruff allowed four hits in five innings in his first career opening-day start. Woodruff (0-1) struck out five and walked one.INDIANS 2, ROYALS 0Shane Bieber struck out 14 over six scoreless innings as the Indians, making a statement for minorities by wearing their road jerseys with “Cleveland” on the front, beat Kansas City.Bieber’s 14 strikeouts set a club record for opening day and are the most in the majors in an opener since Hall of Famer Randy Johnson also fanned 14 on March 31, 1996.Oscar Mercado and César Hernández drove in runs in the fifth for Cleveland, which was blanked over the first four innings by Royals starter Danny Duffy (0-1).Duffy was pulled in the fifth by first-year Royals manager Mike Matheny after 65 pitches. RBrad Hand worked around hitting the leadoff hitter in the ninth for a save.The Royals struck out 18 times.BLUE JAYS 6, RAYS 4Cavan Biggio hit a three-run homer and Toronto began its still-in-progress odyssey by topping Tampa Bay.Earlier the Blue Jays announced they will play the majority of their home games at the stadium of their Triple-A affiliate in Buffalo, though it’s not yet certain when the park will be ready.Biggio singled to begin a three-run fourth inning off 36-year-old Charlie Morton (0-1), who made his first career start on opening day. Randal Grichuk, Rowdy Tellez and Teoscar Hernandez drove in the runs. Biggio also homered in the fifth for a 6-1 lead.Japanese slugger Yoshi Tsutsugo homered in his major league debut for the Rays.Blue Jays starter Hyun Jin Ryu allowed three runs and four hits in 4 2/3 innings. He struck out three, but also walked three before being replaced after throwing 97 pitches.Jordan Romano (1-0) finished fifth and got the first two outs of the sixth to get the win. Ken Giles worked a scoreless ninth for the save.REDS 7, TIGERS 1Free agent pickup Mike Moustakas drove in four runs, teaming with fellow newcomers Shogo Akiyama and Nick Castellanos, in Cincinnati’s win over Detroit.Free agents Moustakas and Castellanos each got $64 million as cornerstones of the Reds’ rebuild. They combined to produce Cincinnati’s first three runs, and Moustakas added a two-run homer to get the Reds off and running.Akiyama, signed as a free agent, singled home a run in his first at-bat as a pinch hitter. Joey Votto added a solo homer.Sonny Gray (1-0) fanned nine and gave up three hits in six innings. He extended his major league record to 34 consecutive starts without allowing more than six hits.Matthew Boyd (0-1) needed 26 pitches to get the first out and 30 overall in the first inning. He lasted five innings and gave up four runs on six hits. C.J. Cron homered for Detroit.METS 1, BRAVES 0Yoenis Céspedes took advantage of the new designated hitter rule in the National League, launching a home run that sent Jacob deGrom and New York past Atlanta.Céspedes connected in the seventh off reliever Chris Martin (0-1) for his first long ball since his previous major league game on July 20, 2018.Seth Lugo (1-0) tossed two innings. Edwin Díaz struck out two in a hitless ninth for the save.Braves starter Mike Soroka allowed four hits in six innings. Marcell Ozuna doubled and went 1 for 4 in his Atlanta debut.Coming off consecutive Cy Young Awards, deGrom fanned eight and permitted only a broken-bat single and a walk. He was pulled after 72 pitches.MARLINS 5, PHILLIES 2Jesus Aguilar hit a two-run homer off Aaron Nola, Sandy Alcantara pitched into the seventh and Miami spoiled manager Joe Girardi’s first game in Philadelphia.Alcantara (1-0) allowed two runs — one earned — and three hits, striking out seven in 6 2/3 innings.Nola (0-1) gave up four runs and five hits, striking out seven in 5 1/3 innings. The Phillies have lost his last eight starts since a 3-2 victory at Boston last Aug. 20.Didi Gregorius lined a solo shot out to right in the fifth in his first game since signing a $14 million, one-year deal with the Phillies to reunite with Girardi.The Phillies cut it to 5-2 in the seventh when center fielder Jonathan Villar dropped Jay Bruce’s fly ball for a two-base error, allowing Gregorius to score.Image credits: AP SUBSCRIBE TO US COMMENT WATCH US LIVE FOLLOW US First Published: 25th July, 2020 09:25 IST Last Updated: 25th July, 2020 09:25 IST Hendricks Tosses 3-hitter, Cubs Blank Brewers 3-0 In Opener Kyle Hendricks convinced new manager David Ross to let him finish a three-hitter, Anthony Rizzo homered and dished out hand sanitizer, and the Chicago Cubs started the season by beating the Milwaukee Brewers 3-0 on Friday night
Ghana midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah was named the Samsung Fair Player after Friday’s Group B clash against Ivory Coast.The Caf Technical Study Group rewarded the Udinese player for high sportsmanship in the match in which his side lost 3-1 in Cabinda.Asamoah also sparkled in the match with his deft touches and came close to scoring in the first half when his powerful left-foot shot was parried by Ivorian goalkeeper Boubacar Barry.The award is part of Samsung Electronics agreement with Caf as an official sponsor of the Orange Africa Cup of Nations.The Samsung Fair Player Award is presented after each match and at the end of the tournament on 31 January.Source: Ghanasoccernet.com
SLAYTON, Minn. – After teaching her competition a thing or two, Stephanie Forsberg is going to concentrate on the classroom.Forsberg raced to her third consecutive Mach-1 Sport Compact track championship at hometown Murray County Speedway in 2014. She was a nine-time winner at Slayton, capturing her final victory of the season and career 26th checkers on the day after her 20th birthday. “I just like this class and the people I race with,” said Forsberg, who had started racing in a non-sanctioned 4-cylinder hornet class at the tender age of 13. “I took some lumps and nearly totaled my first car before we sold it.” She was 15 when she came home and announced that not only was she ready to get back on the track, she’d already bought a car. Forsberg returned with a pink ride in honor of her grandmother Maddy, who’d been diagnosed with breast cancer. “I always had a passion for racing. I grew up around the track and I missed it,” she said. Forsberg enjoyed a career-type season in 2013 with a dozen feature wins, in addition to Murray County and Redwood Speedway track and Allstar Performance Minnesota state honors.Visits to Arlington Raceway, Fairmont Raceway, Jackson Speedway and Redwood in Minnesota, Algona Raceway and I-35 Speedway in Iowa and Raceway Park in South Dakota were also included in her 43 starts in 2014. Forsberg’s season highlight came when one-year-old cousin Gavin Wynia attended his first race at Slayton and got to join the rest of the family for victory lane pictures after she won the main event that evening.“I owe a lot of credit to my dad (and fellow Sport Compact driver) Neil. His support has been above and beyond,” she said. “There were days when I’d have to be at work at 6 a.m. and when I’d get home at 2 p.m. he’d have both cars washed and ready for that night.” Her 2014 ride – white, with black lettering and a pink ribbon for breast cancer awareness – has been sold as Forsberg, a sophomore majoring in elementary education at Minnesota State University in Mankato, will focus on her classroom endeavors in the near future. “I may be back part-time in a Hobby Stock. There was such a learning curve in the Sport Compacts, I can only imagine what it will be like in the Hobby Stocks,” Forsberg said. “I’m not going to quit racing. I couldn’t do that.” Her parents Neil and Wendy Forsberg, boyfriend and two-time national champion Nate Coopman and his father Jerry, T.J. Gertsema and Terry Geisen helped turn wrenches on Forsberg’s car. Her sponsors included Sturdevant’s Auto Parts, Broadway Bowl, Slayton Chiropractic, Sean Solheim Photography, Kevin Nelson Storage, Rick Widboom Motorsports, Mike Carlson Fabricating, Tim’s Plumbing and Heating and John and Heather Engelkes, all of Slayton; Classy & Sassy Clothing Store in Worthington; Last Chance Auto Parts in Fulda; and Ryan Cellan Motorsports of Wallingford.
Week 10 will be a rough one for college fantasy football and DFS owners, as once again several top teams are on a bye — Texas, Oklahoma, Arizona State, Washington State, Wisconsin, and Ohio State, just to name a few. Be sure to get any players from those teams out of your season-long lineups. Now let’s take a look at some stars and possible values sleepers to fill out those DraftKings DFS lineups.Before getting into this week’s picks, just a reminder that if you’re looking for more help setting your season-long or DFS lineups, check out the comprehensive Week 9 college fantasy football rankings at CFBDynasty . Every week, CFBDynasty provides college fantasy football player rankings for each position based on projected fantasy points. Use promo code “sportingnews” to save 25 percent on your membership , which gets you access to all of their exclusive weekly content.WEEK 9 NFL DFS LINEUPS:Y! cash | Y! GPP | DK cash | DK GPP | FD cash | FD GPP Week 10 College Fantasy Football DFS Picks: QBsBest Start: Charlie Brewer, Baylor vs West Virginia ($7,800). Brewer has proven to be a valuable DFS asset this season, passing for more than 300 yards or scoring at least three TDs in all but one game. He should be in for another big game this week as Baylor hosts West Virginia, who are currently giving up more than 33 points per game.Best Value: Max Duggan,TCU at Oklahoma State ($6,300). After an inconsistent start to the season, Duggan has steadily improved each of the past four games. Culminating in a 345-total-yard and three-TD effort in TCU’s Week 9 upset of Texas. This week’s matchup should be a little easier as TCU goes on the road to take on Oklahoma State and its 117th-ranked pass defense. Best Sleeper: Ryan Hilinski, South Carolina vs Vanderbilt ($6,000). Hilinski is coming off one of his better games, passing for 319 yards and a TD at Tennessee. He will be looking to repeat that performance this week against a bad Vanderbilt defense, currently ranked 114th in the country.MORE: CFBDynasty player rankingsWeek 10 College Fantasy Football DFS Picks: RBsBest Start: Zack Moss, Utah at Washington ($7,400). In the three games since returning from a shoulder injury, Moss has rolled up more than 500 total yards and six TDs, all while averaging 32 fantasy points over the same period. His hot streak should continue as the Utes travel to Washington to take on the Huskies, who are allowing an appetizing 147 yards per game on the ground.Best Value: Artavis Pierce, Oregon State at Arizona ($5,900). Since taking over the starting RB spot for the injured Jermar Jefferson, Pierce has only had one bad game. A 10-carry 21-yard effort against a very good Utah defense. But in his four other starts, Pierce has been great, averaging 23 fantasy points per game. This week, with Jefferson still on the mend, Pierce will get a full workload against an Arizona team ranked 119th in total defense and giving up 470 yards per game.Best Sleeper: Tavien Feaster, South Carolina vs. Vanderbilt ($5,300). Feaster was a little up and down to start the season, ranging from 28.9 points in his fifth game to 2.7 in his sixth. But with the injury to fellow RB Rico Dowdle, Feaster has found his groove and racked up 255 yards and two TDs in the last two matchups. And he should be salivating over this week’s opponent, as the Gamecocks host the 2-5 Commodores, who are giving up more than 200 rushing yards per game. Week 10 College Fantasy Football DFS Picks: WRsBest Start: Sage Surratt, Wake Forest vs. North Carolina State ($8,000). Surratt does not seem to care who is throwing him the ball, averaging 30 fantasy points over seven games and only scoring under 27 twice. This week’s opponent, North Carolina State, has an average pass defense and should not pose much of a deterrent. Best Value: Laviska Shenault, Colorado at UCLA ($6,400). Shenault had been a bit quiet since returning from an abdominal injury, managing only 11 touches for 132 yards and a TD against Oregon and Washington State. But he broke out in the Buffaloes’ Week 9 matchup with the Trojans, catching nine passes for 172 yards and a TD. Start him with confidence this week against the UCLA Bruins who are giving up more than 450 yards per game. Best Sleeper: David Bell, Purdue vs. Nebraska ($5,000). Purdue’s freshman sensation, Bell has picked up for the injured Rondale Moore, scoring 22, 37, and 41 points in three of the five games since the injury. Look for the Boilermakers to to keep getting Bell the ball this week as they play host to Big 10 rival Nebraska.
Tommy RainsSumner Newscow report — Tommy Rains, 59 of Wellington, has been arrested for two counts of aggravated sexual battery. He was working as a teacher at the Levy Special Education Center in Sedgwick County before the arrest.Sedgwick County District attorney Marc Bennett confirmed the arrest to Channel 12, KWCH-TV. In the report, Bennett said Rains allegedly had sexual contact with someone who is incapable of consent due to mental deficiency. Rains was held in Sumner County Detention Center on a Sedgwick County arrest warrant on Dec. 29 by the sheriff’s office. He then posted bond and was released.Susan Arnesman with Wichita Public Schools says he has been placed on administrative leave. She says the district is cooperating with law enforcement during this investigation.His preliminary hearing is set for January 17.