The match has been rearranged from the original date of Saturday, March 16th due to Millwall’s progression in the Emirates FA Cup.The new fixture will therefore be City’s penultimate game of the 2018/19 season, before Lee Johnson’s men travel to face Hull City the following Sunday.Ticket and travel information will be announced in due course.
Club statistician Aaron Eamer picks out five key talking points from the hard-fought win.BOX SCORE
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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is in Barcelona. The specialist has an appointment with Lionel Messi, who wants to leave the “Catalans”, claims “Marca”.Earlier this week, it became clear that the Argentine is adamant in his decision to leave the “Camp Nou”. Messi is said to want to play under Guardiola again, so joining City is a priority for him. Inter is also interested in Leo, but it is believed that the “citizens” will be the next club in his career.Messi has arranged a meeting with GuardiolaThe manager of Manchester City is in the Catalan capital
Guyana were condemned to a five wicket defeat at the hands of Trinidad and Tobago while Barbados and Jamaica registered victories over Leeward Islands and Windward Islands respectively in the opening round of the Cricket West Indies Colonial Medical Insurance Women’s T20 Blaze at the National Stadium, Providence yesterday. In the second match of the day, Guyana won the toss and elected to bat first, posting a fighting 157-4 in their allotted overs. However, a horrendous bowling display by the hosts allowed Trinidad to reach 161-5 in 18.4 overs.Once again, Guyana was fetched on the back of Shemaine Campbelle who smashed an unbeaten 54-ball 77. The West Indies batter smashed six fours and three sixes including a 24-run final over from Karishma Ramharack after being dropped on 39 on a marvelous attempted relay catch on the boundary between Britney Cooper and Shania Abdool, as well as on 42 at point.Campbelle was supported by a brisk start from Sheneta Grimmond (21) and Treymane Smartt (21). However, Guyana’s bowling did not support the effort of the batting as player of the match, Stacy Ann King laid the platform for Trinidad with a 48-ball 59 consisting of five fours and one six. The poorly set field leaked boundaries in almost every over as King and Leeann Kirby (31) shared in a 68-run opening stand that was broken when Kirby held out to Erva Giddings at mid-wicket on her 19th delivery.The helpless bowling attack allowed Cooper to come in and express herself with the bat by stroking an unbeaten 52. Cooper’s innings was highlighted by one six over mid-wicket off of Kaysia Schultz and eight fours, five of which was taken off of Shabika Gajnabi in the 14th over.Earlier, Barbados disposed of Leeward Islands by a 99-run margin after winning the toss and posting 206-6 while limiting Leewards to 107-5 in their allotted overs. Once again, Hayley Matthews got off to an aggressive start, scoring 45 from just 22 balls, laced with eight fours and one six. Matthews had shared in a 46-run opening stand with Danielle Small (7) who was run out after Shawnisha Hector was smacked for 24 in the second over of the day.Leewards fought back with two quick wickets but Deandra Dottin continued her extraordinary form with a 23-ball 63 consisting of 10 fours and three sixes, taking Jenisen Richards for 36 and 21 in her final two overs.Dottin forged a fourth wicket partnership of 80 with Kyshona Knight who contributed just eight towards the 36-ball union. In reply, only Shebani Bhaskar showed any ambitions of batting for long with an unbeaten 40 that was decorated with five fours through the leg side.Melissa Howard (18) and Hector (15) showed some positivity with the bat but their efforts were foiled after being trapped leg before wicket to Matthews and being hit in the head and falling on the stumps off of Shamila Connell respectively.Meanwhile, in the final encounter under lights, Jamaica marched to a 62-run victory over Windward Islands. Jamaica won the toss and batted first, posting 185-2 from their allotted overs. The defending champions were indebted to Natasha McLean, who was dropped on two and 17 and went on to make 56 containing five fours and two sixes. McLean shared in a 123-run opening stand with Jodian Morgan who blasted an unbeaten 72 that was laced with 10 fours and two sixes. In reply, Windwards closed on 123-8, despite Juliana Nero’s 60 and Afy Fletcher’s 35 that resisted the Jamaican bowling with a 67-run second wicket partnership.The contest continues tomorrow from 09:00hrs with Guyana battling Leewards, Trinidad taking on Windwards and Barbados facing Jamaica.
Tonight JK Brackens season continues as they take on Moyne Templetuohy in the Mid Tipp senior football semi final. The O Riain cup winners in hurling went down to Commercials in the county football final but get a chance to get to another final this evening. Speaking to Stephen Gleeson on last nights Across the Line here on Tipp FM Tom McGrath said it’s going to be an exciting tussle in Templetuohy this evening.
With Opening Day just less than three weeks away, we’ll take a look at a member of the 2015 Orioles every day as they try to defend their American League East title this season.March 9 – Adam Jones March 10 – Chris Tillman March 11 – J.J. Hardy March 12 – Zach Britton March 13 – Chris Davis March 14 – Wei-Yin Chen March 15 – Jonathan Schoop March 16 – Travis Snider March 17 – Kevin GausmanOF Alejandro De AzaOpening Day age: 30Contract status: Under club control through the 2015 seasonMinor-league options remaining: Need player permission to option due to five years of major league experience2014 stats: .252/.314/.386, 8 HR, 41 RBI, 56 R, 17 SB, 528 PAWhy to be impressed: The left-handed hitter provided a spark for the Orioles down the stretch after coming over from the White Sox, posting an .877 on-base plus slugging percentage in 89 plate appearances. His speed can be an asset as he’s expected by many to take over the leadoff spot against right-handed pitching and has stolen 79 bases in his career. Why to be concerned: De Aza’s overall OPS has declined steadily from .920 in 2011 to just .700 last season, and he walked just 39 times a year ago, which isn’t exactly what manager Buck Showalter is looking for at the top of the order. His defense is better at the corner outfield spots than in center, but De Aza has profiled as a below-average defensive player in his career. 2015 outlook: De Aza was a good starting outfielder in 2011 and 2012, but his career path has been declining ever since, making it concerning if the Orioles entrust him with a near-everyday role. He’ll provide some speed and reach double digits in homers, but an OPS in the low .700s, mediocre defense, and struggles against left-handed pitching aren’t qualities you’re looking for in a starting outfielder on a contending club.
Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League:Pyrobel Killester 82-44 NUIG MysticsTop scorers Pyrobel Killester: Christa Reed 44, Aoibheen Byrne 10, Hannah Thornton 8Top scorers NUIG Mystics: Ailis O Reilly 19, Kayla Morrison 11, Amy Hassenauer 7Half time score: Pyrobel Killester 47-17 NUIG Mystics Elsewhere, Pyrobel Killester had an emphatic 99-74 win over Moycullen thanks to 26 points from American, Royce Williams. Killester led by ten points at halftime and pulled away down the stretch, despite a season’s best performance from Moycullen’s Dylan Cunningham who chimed in with 24 points. Basketball Ireland Women’s Division OneUL Huskies 48-89 MareeTop scorers UL Huskies: Abbie Goodsell 24, Orlaith Woods 12, Megan Buckley 4Top scorers Maree: Claire Rockall 22, Catherine Connaire 19, Dayna Finn 19Half time score: UL Huskies 25-54 Maree Basketball Ireland Detailed Results: November 10-11th, 2018Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League:Pyrobel Killester 99-74 Moycullen Top scorers Pyrobel Killester: Royce Williams 26, Luis Garcia Hoyos 16, Alan Casey 16Top scorers Moycullen: Dylan Cunningham 24, Cian Nihill 15, Isaiah Harris-Winn 13Half time score: Pyrobel Killester 52-43 Moycullen Basketball Ireland Women’s Division One:Fabplus North West 42-66 Portlaoise PanthersUlster University Elks 99-82 Swords ThunderLimerick Celtics 64-59 St Mary’s CastleislandPhoenix Rockets 82-73 Trinity MeteorsUL Huskies 48-89 Maree Basketball Ireland Results: November 10-11thBasketball Ireland Men’s Super League Griffith College Swords Thunder 87-78 UCC DemonsUCD Marian 86-64 Keane’s Supervalu KillorglinCandS Neptune 90-84 MareePyrobel Killester 99-74 MoycullenGarvey’s Tralee Warriors 79-89 Belfast StarTempleogue 67-68 DCU Saints Bad Bobs Tolka Rovers 85-69 Gamefootage.net TitansTop scorers Bad Bobs Tolka Rovers: Alex Dolenko 18, Tom Kenny 15, Justin Goldsborough 14Top scorers Gamefootage.net Titans: Tom Rivard 35, Matthew Sweeney 15, James Kebana 9Half time score: Bad Bobs Tolka Rovers 36-24 Gamefootage.net Titans C and S Neptune 90-84 MareeTop scorers C and S Neptune: Lehmon Colbert 24, Darragh O Sullivan 23, Cian Heaphy 10Top scorers Maree: Niels Bunschoten 25, Sean Sellers 22, Eoin Rockall 17Half time: C and S Neptune 43-44 Maree Basketball Ireland Men’s Division One:Ulster University Elks 73-80 DBS EannaTradehouse Central Ballincollig 78-63 IT Carlow BasketballLimerick Celtics 81-57 UL Sports EaglesBad Bobs Tolka Rovers 85-69 GameFootage.net TitansLYIT Donegal 81-118 EJ Sligo All-StarsAbbey Seals Dublin Lions 81-66 KUBSScotts Lakers St Paul’s Killarney 99-80 Waterford VikingsPortlaoise Panthers 79-76 Fr MathewsIT Carlow Basketball 78-76 Limerick CelticsLIT 92-95 Portlaoise Panthers Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League: IT Carlow Basketball v Marble City Hawks, Barrow Centre-IT Carlow, 15:30;Fr Mathews v Pyrobel Killester, Fr Mathews Arena, 17:00;Maxol WIT Wildcats v Singleton SuperValu Brunell, Mercy College, 19:00;Ambassador UCC Glanmire v Courtyard Liffey Celtics, Upper Glanmire Sports Centre, 19:00; Maree’s Women’s Division One team meanwhile made it four wins from four with a dominant 48-89 victory over UL Huskies. Led by player of the month, Claire Rockall, Maree did not let up from start to finish to continue stamping their mark on the division. Maree will face the only other unbeaten team in their conference, Portlaoise Panthers, at home in Calasanctius College, Oranmore next week.GameFootage.net Titans failed to secure a victory over Bad Bobs Tolka Rovers when they faced off in Dublin on Saturday. Another fantastic display from Titan’s Tom Rivard saw him finish the game with 35 points but it was the well-rounded Tolka team that came away with the victory, 85-69, led by 18 points from Alex Dolenko.It was another tough day at the office for NUIG Mystics, who are still chasing their first win of the Women’s Super League season, following an 82-44 loss at the hands of Pyrobel Killester. Ailis O’Reilly performed well for Mystics on the night, scoring 17 points, however the spotlight was on Killester’s Christa Reed who scored a whopping 44 points, the same amount as Mystics’ final score. Mystics will face reigning National Cup champions DCU Mercy next week.Belfast Star have stormed to the top of the Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League table this weekend following a ten-point win over Garvey’s Tralee Warriors in front of a capacity crowd in the kingdom on Saturday evening.Big displays once more from Mike Davis and Mark Berlic along with a 25-point performance from Sergio Vidal Baldovi helped Star over the line in a pulsating game that saw a big push from the visitors late in the third to drive on down the stretch to win out 79-89 in the end.Speaking afterwards, Star head coach, Adrian Fulton, reflected on a big road win for his side: “That was two very, very good teams going toe-to-toe for a lot of the game and I thought it was a very good spectacle for the huge crowd here. We’re delighted obviously, it’s a win and it’s a big win as it’s on the road, and we’re delighted.”His son, 16-year-old CJ Fulton, was one of the stars on the night for the Belfast squad and Adrian admitted he’s been performing well for the team: “He has been doing well, we’re delighted with him, and we didn’t think he’d be playing nearly as much as he is. It’s more out of necessity – Aidan Quinn is injured, Conor is basically playing with one hand, and CJ was given the opportunity and he’s grasped it and it’s terrific.”DCU Saints meanwhile took home the bragging rights from their Dublin derby with Templeogue on Saturday evening, winning out by just one point at the death (67-68) at Oblate Hall. Huge performances from Martins Provizors and Mike Bonaparte – who combined for 42 points on the night – helped DCU to put the game in the melting pot in the third quarter and Tariq Guebaili was the hero of the hour when he put Saints ahead by the minimum with five seconds to go. Templeogue just couldn’t find the target from the free throw line as the seconds ticked down to see a memorable victory for the Saints in the end.UCD Marian got back to winning ways on Saturday evening with an 86-64 point win over Keane’s SuperValu Killorglin in Dublin. Top scoring from Conor Meany and Mike Garrow helped the hosts into a 41-27 point lead at half-time and they didn’t look back from there, despite the sharp shooting of Killorglin’s Pierre Newton which saw him finish the game on 30 points. Griffith College Swords Thunder continued their recent winning streak, running out 87-78 point winners over UCC Demons. Another huge display from guard, Elijah Mays, saw him finish with a tally of 32 points to help Swords home to a fourth consecutive win.Over in the Women’s Super League, Courtyard Liffey Celtics and Ambassador UCC Glanmire remain the only two unbeaten teams in the league, with four wins from four games apiece. This tees up a hugely interesting clash between the two sides next Saturday evening when they go head-to-head in Upper Glanmire.Liffey Celtics ran out impressive 80-57 point winners over DCU Mercy in a big battle in Leixlip on Saturday evening. A combined 54-point display from Celtics’ Americans, Briana Green and Allie LeClaire, helped see them home to glory.“I’m absolutely delighted with the win,” said Liffey head coach, Mark Byrne. “I thought we played really well at times especially in the second half. I think, like some other games we’ve had this year, the scoreline maybe flatters us a little bit as DCU are very good and it was a tough game, but I’m really, really happy with how we played. It was a good strong performance all round. It’s great to be 4-0, but it’s very early still.”Ambassador UCC Glanmire meanwhile took the spoils against IT Carlow Basketball on Sunday afternoon, running out 49-61 point winners after a convincing display from the Cork side. Maxol WIT Wildcats also took home an emphatic 71-32 point win over Marble City Hawks on Saturday evening, with a solid team performance seeing a host of scores from Meibh Maher, Allyssa Velles and Cathy Kavanagh to send them home to victory.Niamh and Grainne Dwyer meanwhile were on hand to save the day for Fr Mathews on Sunday, as they secured a two-point victory at the death in a ding-dong battle in the Parochial Hall. With nothing separating the sides throughout the contest, two free throws in the dying seconds from the cool hands of Niamh was followed at the other end by a vital steal by Grainne to see their side home to a 70-72 point win in the big Cork derby. Grainne led the scoring with a whopping 30-point display. Basketball Ireland Women’s Division One: Limerick Celtics v UL Huskies, St Munchins, 16:00;Maree v Portlaoise Panthers, Calsanctius College, 17:00;Trinity Meteors v Ulster University Elks, Trinity, 17:30;Swords Thunder v Fabplus North West, ALSAA-Dublin, 17:30;St Mary’s Castleisland v Phoenix Rockets, St Mary’s Castleisland, 18:30; Basketball Ireland Men’s Division One: IT Carlow Basketball v Portlaoise Panthers, Barrow Centre-IT Carlow, 12:30;LYIT Donegal v Bad Bobs Tolka Rovers, LYIT, 16:00;LIT v Tradehouse Central Ballincollig, Limerick IT Sportshall, 18:00;Abbey Seals Dublin Lions v GameFootage.net Titans, Colaiste Bride, 18:30;UL Sports Eagles v Scotts Lakers St Pauls Killarney, UL Arena-Limerick, 19:00;DBS Eanna v EJ Sligo All-Stars, Colaiste Eanna, 19:00;Fr Mathews v Limerick Celtics, Fr Mathews Arena, 19:45;KUBS BC v Ulster University Elks, Greendale, 20:00; Basketball Ireland Fixtures: November 17-18th, 2018Saturday 17th November 2018Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League: UCD Marian v UCC Demons, UCD Sports Centre, Belfield, 17:00;Belfast Star v Moycullen, De La Salle, 18:30;DCU Saints v Griffith College Swords Thunder, DCU Complex, 19:00;Pyrobel Killester v Templeogue, IWA-Clontarf, 19:00;Keane’s Supervalu Killorglin v CandS Neptune, Killorglin Sports Centre, 19:15;Maree v Garvey’s Tralee Warriors, Calasanctius College, Galway, 20:00; Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League:Pyrobel Killester 82-44 NUIG MysticsMaxol WIT Wildcats 71-32 Marble City HawksCourtyard Liffey Celtics 80-57 DCU MercySingleton SuperValu Brunell 70-72 Fr MathewsIT Carlow Basketball 49-61 Ambassador UCC Glanmire Basketball Ireland Men’s Division One: Old rivalries came back with a bang for Maree and C and S Neptune in Cork on Saturday night as the pair went head-to-head for the first time in the Men’s Super League. Maree were led by a 25 point display from Neils Bunschoten, and ahead by just a single point at halftime in what was a very close affair. Neptune, under the guidance of their star man, Lehmon Colbert turned that deficit to lead by a point going into the final quarter and held on in the face of a late Maree comeback to win out 90-84. Sunday 18th November 2018Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League: DCU Mercy v NUIG Mystics, DCU Complex, 14:30;print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Who makes these decisions? pic.twitter.com/c6PfQi8swP— Perseus (@perseusperseid) August 2, 2018 TOTTENHAM’S new third kit has been leaked and it’s causing quite a stir with the fans.According to Todo Sobre Camisetas, Spurs will be play in a green Nike strip, should their traditional white home jersey and dark blue away top clash.4 The ‘leaked’ third kit has not gone down well with Spurs fansCredit: Instagram4 The teal top features a print of North London from aboveThe design has not pleased fans, with one in particular claiming it is the worst they have ever seen.The top is teal with a navy top half, while logos come in silver metallic.There’s also a graphic on the front, with Footy Headlines claiming it is a map of North London from above.If so it would be the latest in a series by Nike with other clubs including Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Chelsea and Manchester City getting a similar effect on their shirts but with their own areas. Sign up for Dream Team 2018/19 nowDream Team is back and better than ever ahead of the new Premier League seasonCompletely free to play£400k jackpot up for grabs across the seasonREGISTER FOR DREAM TEAM 2018/19 HERE pic.twitter.com/9HWRXcIuCm— Georgios🇨🇾 (@DareToAlli) August 2, 2018 It’s a map of North London, I thought this was well known by now? It’s original, I like it.— Jonny Evans (@JontyEvans) August 2, 2018 🛰 #Nike Satellite 2019@nikefootball @nikesoccer pic.twitter.com/uY5oO1oBr2— OZANDO (@ozandod) July 19, 2018 pic.twitter.com/WWZKqXV2aG— John Lindridge (@jlindridge) August 2, 2018 MOST READ IN FOOTBALLRETRACING STEPSJack Charlton’s granddaughter Emma Wilkinson ‘would love’ to visit IrelandROY RAGEFurious Roy Keane launched foul-mouthed rant at Pique over Fabregas friendshipPicturedTOP FORMBrazil icon Ronaldo soaks up sun with partner Celina Locks on yacht in FormenteraPicturedON THE PAOLPaolo Maldini shows off shredded physique at 52 while on holiday with wifeExclusiveLOCK CLOWNPaul Scholes flouts local lockdown rules by throwing huge 7-hour birthday bashLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old TraffordLive Bloggunners newsArsenal transfer news LIVE – Latest updates from the EmiratesPicturedMADD FOR ITPrem aces Dele, Maddison & Grealish enjoy hard-earned break in sun-soaked IbizaWhile it has yet to be confirmed when Tottenham will unveil their third kit, it could prove to be another disappointing strip from Nike.Spurs’ away strip has come under fire already this summer for its similarities to Barcelona’s training gear.Tottenham will kick off their new Premier League campaign against Newcastle with a number of their World Cup players set to miss out.Despite hosting Fulham in the second game, they will have to wait for a return to White Hart Lane with the new stadium opening its doors for the first time on Monday.4 Tottenham fans got to wander around their new £850million stadiumCredit: @SpursOfficial4 Dele Alli and Harry Kane are among a number of stars set to miss Tottenham’s Premier League openerCredit: PA:Press AssociationMan Utd target Toby Alderweireld signs up – as Tottenham star pens autograph for fan tattoo
The team arrived today at the Jacksons International Airport with the bronze medal on hand after defeating Guam 70-52 in a stunning encounter on Friday.Coach Elavo was proud of the teams result in the tournament saying it was a team effort that all players contributed in making the tournament a success for Basketball PNG.“It was certainly a challenging week, but it was great for our younger girls to get exposure and see what level they need to be at to compete against the other Pacific countries.”“For future tournaments it would be ideal to have a bit more preparation time, so we can really work hard to develop our player’s skills leading in.”Elavo added that for PNG teams to have success in the long-term, “we need to start teaching the fundamentals of the game to kids at a much younger age.”“I am happy that we have brought something back for basketball in the country, although it was a tough challenge throughout the tournament, we did our best to be recognised by FIBA,” Elavo said.