AFC CUP 2019: Kaya-Iloilo to face Indonesia today

first_imgHe added: “It was a really tough game the last time around. PSM were really dangerous whenever they received the ball in front of our defensive line. It was not our best performance but with the heart showed by the players we were able to force a draw.”Marwin Angeles, who scored the game-tying goal for Kaya-Iloilo in the first meet up, said that they have prepared hard for the rematch and is hoping to clinch a win in front of the Bacolodnons.“It would give us a boost if ever we win the game. We’ve been training really hard. We know already what to do, so we just need to do our job and try to win the game and bring more confidence for the next games,” said Angeles.Spearheading the Iloilo City-based football club were new recruits in Louis Michael Casas, Tyler Matas, Darryl Roberts, Yannick Tuazon, and former Philippine Azkals mainstay Simone Rota.Also part of Kaya-Iloilo roster were Negrenses Camelo Tacusalme, Jayson Panhay, Jalsor Soriano, Janrick Soriano, and Arnie Pasinabo and Ilonggos Jovin Bedic and Shirmar Felongco./PN Kaya Futbol Club-Iloilo aims for a group stage lead in its AFC Cup rematch with Indonesia’s PSM Makassar at the Panaad Park and Stadium in Bacolod City today. FILE KAYA Futbol Club-Iloilo will aim for the group stage lead in their rematch with Indonesia’s PSM Makassar in the 2019 AFC Cup today at the Panaad Park and Stadium in Bacolod City.Kaya Iloilo and PSM Makassar will break the tie in their match at three in the afternoon today with both teams tied on top of Group H with five points on one victory and two draws.After settling for a 1-1 draw in the first encounter on April 2, Kaya Iloilo head coach Noel Marcaida is hoping to learn from their mistakes the last time around to score a win against the visiting Indonesians.“I think we all know the importance of this game. The result will determine who will be top of the group,” Marcaida said. “We’re excited and looking forward to play against PSM at home.”last_img read more

KMOG Borneo Ride 2017 (Day Three)

first_imgThe food was simple yet tasty, and enjoyed the great hospitality. The restaurant’s owner had even treated us to the “UFO tart,” unique to Sandakan.From there, it was a quick jaunt to the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre.The facility is located at the fringe of the Kabili-Sepilok Forest Reserve, and as apparent from its name, it rescues orphaned orangutans and rehabilitate them for life in the wild.It opens at certain hours to the public called, during feeding time. The orangutans are fed twice daily.The facility features a boardwalk raised above the swampy land below. It leads to the main viewing area, where the orangutans get together for their meal time.That done, we got back on our bikes and made our way to the hotel in Sandakan.We were given a couple of hours to freshen up before we headed out to dinner at the famous Tai Lau steamboat restaurant.“Dinner” was the inappropriate word for it. It was a 10-dish feast as KMOG had ordered a multi-meal course consisting of steamed fish, squid, mussels (lala), braised vegetables, kung pow chicken, stir-fried green vege, prawn platter, crabs fried with salted egg and fruits for dessert!With our tummies full, it was time to fill up the bikes ahead of tomorrow’s long leg. The final stop is Keningau, but instead of riding back through the route we had come in on, we are going to ride south to Tawau, before turning west, over the Crocker Range. It promises to be the most epic part of the KMOG Borneo Ride 2017.PICTURE GALLERY It was lovely. Good aroma with a full body and just the right amount of acidity. Slightly sweet, slightly sour, but not bitter. With a great view to boot! We were told to stay out of this guy’s way We rode from Kundasang, through Ranau, to Sepilok before stopping at Sandakan. Outside the hotel at Kundasang Group photo before continuing on the ride –Ads– Kundasang, 3rd November 2017 – Day Three of the KMOG Borneo Ride 2017 started from the Mount Kinabalu Heritage Resort & Spa in Kundasang, for Sandakan. Today’s ride reminded us the meaning of “adventure riding.”Click here for Day One of the KTM Malaysia Owners Group’s (KMOG) Borneo Ride 2017. Click here for Day Two of KMOG Borneo Ride 2017.As usual, we got early for a simple yet hearty breakfast at the hotel. The exception though, was the crisp and chilly mountain air, which accompanied us. Almost everyone went outside afterwards to draw lungfuls of it.As we arrived after dark last night, we couldn’t see what was beside the roads. Well, Kundasang didn’t surprise at the break of day. The hotel was situated on a hilltop tall and was surrounded by tall pine trees looked. Looking around below, were lush valleys, interspersed with little houses.However, there was a pathway which led to a viewing platform just outside the restaurant, and there, we stared at Mount Kinabalu’s crown.Ranau, the site of the devastating 2015 Sabah earthquake, was just 20km away. Looking up the side of the mountain, there were massive patches of light-coloured rocks, evidence of landslides due to the quake. Still, the mountain was beautiful and I could only wished we had scaled it to the top during this trip.The KMOG Borneo Ride 2017 convoy pushed off at exactly 8.30am, the efficient marshals made sure of that.It took just a few kilometres out of Kundasang for us to realize that the road was very narrow, much like the old Gombak-Genting Sempah road, without the landslides (and cyclists).Traffic was wonderfully light, except for a number of big trucks we encountered.However, the road’s condition increasingly deteriorated the further we rode. Many sections were uneven with plenty of potholes and patches thrown in. Legacy of the earthquake?KTM Malaysia had graciously loaned the 1290 Super Duke GT to me for this ride. There was another GT ridden by Mr. Kan and we pulled away from the middle pack to enjoy the corners. I rounded a corner and came face-to-face with section which resembled a motocross double jump! I clamped down on the brakes hard and triggered the ABS but I was too close, so I the brakes go and yanked on the throttle, because I didn’t want the rear to kick up hard and endo me into road.The bike flew but the “landing zone” was badly rutted. I caught a rut and it drove me to the road’s shoulder. I gave the bike some gas and the bike recovered itself smartly.I had set the riding mode to STREET and the damping for the electronically-controlled semi-active WP suspension to COMFORT. However, the road surface was so bad it caused the bike to wallow in midcorner. Switching to STREET helped somewhat, it was too harsh in the rough sections. Going faster than 120 km/h, helped though.I watched with jealously as the 1290 Adventure Duke T and the 1290 Super Adventure S’s suspension (also electronic) soaked up the bumps as if they weren’t there. A few riders could even relax one arm while riding.We rode past the town of Ranau, but there wasn’t time to check out the view as we concentrated on the road and traffic.We reached the Sabah Tea Resort Restaurant 36km away without incident. We got the real taste of freshly brewed Sabah tea. At the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre At a restaurant in Sepilok We rode back down the hill, whose road was a no-road. It was an unpaved gravel road with some big rocks. The GT did well, never threatening to throw away a tyre despite being more of a sport-tourer, with the emphasis on sport.It was a straight shot to Sepilok from there.We reached the Banana Cafe just in time for lunch. Stopping at the Sabah Tea Plantation for teacenter_img …and pictures The owner of restaurant treated us to the UFO cake Wefie time The guys couldn’t help monkeying around Highlights included the Sabah Tea plantation and Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre. Phillip Ho and his roaring 900R Adventure The orangutan is waiting to be fed Waiting for feeding time Mount Kinabalu. Note the evidence of landslides due to the 2015 Ranau earthquake The KMOG Borneo Ride 2017 entered entered Day Three.last_img read more

UWF Women’s Tennis Drops against Valdosta State

first_imgUWF Women’s Tennis Drops against Valdosta State April 11, 2008 PENSACOLA, Fla. The No. 16 West Florida Women’s Tennis Team (11-9, 5-1 GSC) fell for the first time this season to a GSC rival by dropping 7-2 to No.4 ranked Valdosta State (10-4, 4-0 GSC). The Argonauts came to the match after a win over also GSC opponent Delta State. The Blazers dominated the Argonauts in both singles and doubles actions this Friday, April 11 at Valdosta, Ga. Valdosta State earned the 2-1 lead after the doubles action. In the first doubles position, 3rd ranked team formed by Argonauts Suzana Cavalcante (junior/Sao Paulo, Brazil) and Paola Arevalo (senior/Cali, Colombia) defeated 8-4 Valdosta State first duo formed by Dominique Rothlaender and Tina Trautmann. The duo formed by Argonauts Taylor Brewster (freshman/Ontaro, Canada) and Lorena Rebolledo (freshman/Puebla,Mexico) fell short with a 8-5 score in the second position. Renata Mattos (junior/Sao Paulo, Brazil) and Tatiana Rodrigues (junior/Sao Paulo, Brazil) formed the Argonauts third doubles team that was defeated by the Blazers with a 8-6 score, giving the 2-1 lead to the Blazers. In the singles action, the Argonauts earned a single point. In the first singles position, No.7 Cavalcante beat 7-6(5), 6-0 No.24 ranked Rothlaender from Valdosta State. In the other five matches, the Argonauts fell in straight sets. In the seond singles position, Arevalo fell 6-1, 6-3. Mattos fell 6-3, 6,0 in the third spot. Brewster came close in the first set, falling by a 7-5, 6-1 core in the fourth position. In the fifth spot, Rebolledo dropped at a 6-2, 6-4 score. Rodrigues only got two games in the 6-0, 6-2 loss. The Blazers earned the final score of 7-2 over the Argonauts. With the loss to the Blazers, the Argonauts dropped its overall record to 11-9 and its GSC record to 5-1 to finish its regular season. The Argonauts have won ten out of the last thirteen matches played, including five victories over a GSC opponent. The Argos will return to action on Saturday, April 19, 2008, at the Gulf South Conference Championship to be played in Montgomery, Ala. The time and the opponent to be played has not been announced yet. Singles #1 Suzanna Cavalcante (UWF) def. Dominique Rothlaender (VSU) 7-6(5), 6-0#2 Raphaelle Durante (VSU) def. Paola Arevalo (UWF) 6-1, 6-3 #3 Renata Mattos (UWF) def. Natali Gumbrecht (VSU) 6-3, 6-0 #4 Taylor Brewster (UWF) def. Tina Trautmann (VSU) 7-5, 6-1 #5 Hollie Bees (VSU) Lorena Rebolledo (UWF) 6-2, 6-4 #6 Tatiana Rodrigues (UWF) Karine Redon (VSU) 6-0, 6-2 Doubles #1 Arevalo/Cavalcante (UWF) def. Rothlaender/Trautmann (VSU) 8-4 #2 Redon/Durante (VSU) def. Rebolledo/Brewster (UWF) def. 8-5 #3 Gumbrecht/Bees (VSU) def. Rodrigues/Mattos (UWF) def. 8-6Print Friendly Version Sharelast_img read more

Argos Set to Open GSC Competition

first_img Jonathan Moore (jimhoguephotos.com) Argos Set to Open GSC Competition Sharecenter_img PENSACOLA, Fla. — This week the University of West Florida men’s basketball team will be tested as they will begin their Gulf South Conference portion of their schedule.  On Monday night the Argos will open up the New Year against GSC West Division rival Delta State before taking on the Chargers of Alabama-Huntsville on Thursday evening in the GSC opener.Last week the Argos picked up another close victory down at the Nova Southeastern Holiday Classic as they defeated Wilmington (Del.) 69-67 in their final game of the ’08 calendar year.  Big men Charles Bouie and Kenny Holmes led the charge for the Argos, tacking on 11 and 10 points respectively. UWF enters ths week with a solid 7-4 record, led by team leading scorer Charles Bouie, who is averaging 9.6 points per game.  On Monday night the Argos will face a well rested 8-3 Delta State team that is averaging 86 points a game.  The Statesmen are led by GSC  top newcomer Alton Robinson, averaging 14.3 PPG and Eric Spencer who is putting up 12.7 points a contest.On Thursday night in the GSC opener, the Argos will travel to Alabama-Huntsville and face a hot, 7-4 Charger squad.  The Chargers are on a four game winning streak and are led by GSC Pre-Season First Team pick, Kael Coleman, who is averaging 12.3 PPG.The Argos will return back to the friendly confines of the UWF Field next week for three quality games against Flagler, North Alabama and West Georgia.For more information on Argonaut athletics or to follow along with live stats, fans can keep up with the action at www.GoArgos.com.Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

Japan fails to earn handball berth

first_img GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES ZADAR, Croatia – Japan missed out on gaining an Olympic berth in the men’s handball competition for the first time in 20 years on Sunday after a 44-31 defeat to Russia in the final qualifying competition for this summer’s Beijing Games.Japan made a promising start. But with the score level at 5-5, mistakes started to creep in. The Russians took a 19-13 lead at halftime before making their superior power and height pay in the second half. “Russia took advantage of our mistakes in offense and defense,” said Japan coach Kiyoharu Sakamaki. “Their players’ movement was quicker both on and off the ball. A lot of our play here was not what you would call world class.”Japan, which last played in an Olympic men’s handball event in the 1988 Summer Games in Seoul, finished in third place in its group in qualifying Tournament 3 with a 1-2 record. Host Croatia and Russia advanced to Beijing. center_img IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5last_img read more

Palais face their toughest battle yet

first_imgRugby Union ANZ PNG Palais face New Zealand A (development) today in Fiji The ANZ PNG Palais faces another huge hurdle in playing the first historical 15s match with regional rugby union heavies New Zealand A (development) at Churchill Park, Lautoka in Fiji today. Despite a few changes the core of the side has been maintained after their resounding loss to Samoa last week. New Zealand A coming off huge wins over Fiji and Australia A (development) look set for another domineering performance against lowly rated PNG. The ANZ PNG Palais who will be without starters in Patricia Korpok and Taiva Lavai have made adjustments to the team, while also including late arrivals in Augusta Livuana to the starting 15 and Sharon Kobor and Vagi Wari to the bench in their debut. ANZ PNG PALAIS 15s team line up to face New Zealand A; Tight-head prop: Christine Wanma Hooker: Jane Buku Loose-head prop: Cathy Neap Left lock: Shelanne Kopi Right lock: Clarah Biyama Left flanker: Lorraine Pomat Right flanker: Isi Govea Number eight: Iga Oki Scrum half: Augusta Livuana Fly half: Margaret Naua © Left wing: Mala Mark Right wing: Vanessa Semoso Fullback: Fatima Rama Front row hooker: Vagikune Wari Front row: Blanche Kaina Front row: Lydia Korikai Flanker: Pamela Waringe Flanker: Rusila Oki Scrum half: Zafira Pangkatana Wing: Joan Dankin Centre/wing: Sharon Koborolast_img read more

Minnesota Hockey Coaches Association Wants Longer Season

first_img Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip Auto (360p) UNDATED — The high school hockey season would be two weeks longer with the potential of two additional games if the Minnesota Hockey Coaches Association has its way.   Concerns over players leaving high school programs to play junior level hockey and the need for more development time has prompted the move.MHCA Executive Director Mike MacMillan says other competing organizations frequently cite the shorter high school season as reasons to leave. In order to keep up with the latest development trends, MacMillan says the kids need more ice time…You know, we’re one of the number one developers of hockey talent in the country.  Under long-term athlete development, the science says now (at the age group we’re working with) that we actually should be on the ice with them a little bit longer and they should be competing in a couple more games.St. Cloud Cathedral Activities Director Emmett Keenan isn’t opposed to the idea, but he says it’s important to put the student athlete’s best interest first…What I like to look at is what’s the educational value of it.  You know that’s what we’re doing here.  It’s education-based athletics.  One of the issues, of course, is if we start a week earlier, you create more tension for those fall athletes who are also winter athletes, basically jumping from one season to the next with no rest.Keenan says when kids leave for junior hockey, many times it is the college coach who is encouraging that player to leave their high school program to get more experience through playing more games.MacMillan says if the changes are approved, schools would have the option whether to join in a longer season or not.The proposal has been submitted to the Minnesota State High School League. It’s unclear when a decision would come. 720p HD About Connatix V56892center_img About Connatix V56892 360p 1/1 1080p HDlast_img read more

Liverpool legend’s ‘tremendous’ attack on Everton player makes the news for…

first_imgGraeme Souness isn’t shy why it comes to sharing his feelings on players, and Andre Gomes was the target for the Liverpool legend last week. Working as a pundit following Everton’s 6-2 loss to Tottenham, Souness wasn’t feeling much Christmas spirit and slammed the Portuguese midfielder for his performance.Catalan newspaper Sport have been somewhat taken aback by the rant, and made sure to point out Souness is a former Liverpool player, and a very successful Anfield legend as well.Sport and others in the Spanish media have been celebrating Gomes’ achievements since his loan move to Everton. The Goodison Park club’s fans have really taken to the Barcelona owned player and there’s already been talk of a permanent deal in the next summer transfer window.Souness felt Gomes was something of a passenger as his side was overrun by Tottenham.It certainly wasn’t one of the player’s best performances since making the move to English football, but he wasn’t the worst player for Everton, which is maybe why the ‘attack’ is catching Spanish attention.For the Toffees it may not be such a bad thing. The Catalan media had been getting carried with Gomes’ experience in the Premier League and that could have helped push the price up.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this City-Building Game is a Must-Have. No Install.Forge of Empires – Free Online GameUndoPremier Diamond BoutiqueHong Kong’s first lab-grown diamond empirePremier Diamond BoutiqueUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndo熱門話題小心會瘦過快…網友推爆:「真的瘦的超誇張!」熱門話題UndoDating.comWhere do attractive singles find each other in Tung Chung?Dating.comUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉!睡前,空腹吃Keto减肥UndoTheTopFiveVPNEnjoy Netflix Now Without Any RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndoHero WarsGetting this Treasure is impossible! Prove us wrong!Hero WarsUndoSmart Tech TrendOver 60? You Have to Try Those Revolutionary Glasses!Smart Tech TrendUndolast_img read more

“I didn’t want to play in another PL club” – Tottenham…

first_imgThe defender’s contract was initially up at the end of the 2019-20 season, and with no agreement being found until December 2019, speculation was rife.Clubs like Manchester United, who needed a centre-back, were heavily linked, but they decided to make a move for Harry Maguire instead.However, even if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s club had made an adequate offer to Daniel Levy for the now 31-year-old, it appears Alderweireld wouldn’t have been interested in the move anyways.In an interview with Sport/Foot Magazine in Belgium due to be published on Wednesday, the centre-back looked back at his rather long and tedious contract situation.Embed from Getty ImagesHe said: “People thought that’s all I was thinking about but that wasn’t the case. Without being clever, I always had faith in me and knew that it would sort itself out. I was motivated because I knew that, the better I played, the more opportunities I would have, but I opted for loyalty and stability.“I’ve always tried to make the right choices: I stayed a long time at Ajax, until I won something, before going further. Here too, I think I’ve made the right choice. I didn’t want to play in another club in the Premier League because I’ve built something here.“I had played in Spain and Holland, and I preferred to stay than leave for a new adventure again, take my family with me. My challenge now is to do better here”.The centre-back has been a stalwart at Spurs under both Mauricio Pochettino and José Mourinho this season, starting 36 games from a possible 42, as well as scoring one goal and picking up another two assists along the way.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this Game is a Must-HaveForge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoCoworking Space | Search AdsThe cost of shared office in Hong Kong might surprise youCoworking Space | Search AdsUndoHero WarsGetting this Treasure is impossible! Prove us wrong!Hero WarsUndo熱門話題小心會長過頭…網友推爆:「真的長得超誇張!」熱門話題UndoCNN with DBS BankWhat Banks Did To Help Corporations Mitigate Future CrisesCNN with DBS BankUndoDating.comThe Most Handsome Men In Hong Kong On This Dating SiteDating.comUndoGrepolis – Online Free GameGamers Around the World Have Been Waiting for this Game! Already 35 Million PlayersGrepolis – Online Free GameUndo In the months leading up to the summer transfer window, there was a lot of speculation surrounding Toby Alderweireld and his Tottenham future.last_img read more

Guyana’s female hockey team places second in BHF series

first_imgGuyana’s female national hockey team clinched second place behind Trinidad and Tobago in the Barbados Hockey Federation (BHF) 2018 International Women’s Hockey series which concluded yesterday after drawing 1-1 with the host in their final encounter.  The match, which was played at the Sir Garfield Sobers Gymnasium, saw Guyana netting in the 40th minute courtesy of Trisha Woodroffe’s penalty conversion. The game waded on and looked poised to end in Guyana’s favour which would have placed the South Americans in a firm position to capture the title.However, it was not to be as the Bajans found a late strike orchestrated by Nakisha Downes who levelled the game 1-1 in the 60th minute, the eventual final score.  Guyana after four outings, two draws, a defeat and a solitary victory against regional powerhouse Trinidad and Tobago, ended on five points behind the series winners Trinidad and Tobago who bagged seven points while the host finished last on three points. The trio will next face each other in the upcoming CAC Games, set for Colombia later in July. Meanwhile, the goal scorers for Guyana in the tournament were Shebeki Baptiste, Marzana Fiedtkou, Princessa Wilkie and Woodroffe all of whom found the back of the net once.  The series results are as follows Guyana 1 – 1 Barbados Trinidad 0 – 1 Guyana  Trinidad 1 – 0 Barbados Guyana 1 – 3 Trinidad Barbados 1 – 1 Guyana  Barbados 0 – 0 Trinidadlast_img read more