Honorable Mention: Eduardo Marino, Nicholls. The Cardinals (9-9, 3-0 SLC) clinched their first Division I postseason tournament berth, defeating defending conference tri-champion Lamar 5-2 on Saturday. The win moved UIW to a tie for first place with Abilene Christian (9-9, 3-0 SLC) heading into today’s match against the only other unbeaten team in league play, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (17-7, 2-0 SLC). First serve is slated for 2 p.m. CT. This is Bendana’s second award of the season after garnering the honor on Feb. 13. Men’s Tennis Player of the Week – Paco Bendana, UIW – Jr. – College Station, Texas FRISCO, Texas – UIW’s Paco Bendana is the Southland Conference Men’s Tennis Player of the Week, the league announced Tuesday. Southland Conference Players of the Week are presented by UniversalCoin.com. Southland weekly award winners are nominated and voted upon by each school’s sports information director. Voting for one’s own athlete is not permitted. To earn honorable mention, a student-athlete must appear on at least 25 percent of ballots. Teaming up with Joey Vatanadilok at No. 2 doubles to open the day, the pair clinched the doubles point behind a 6-3 win to give their team the 1-0 advantage heading into singles play. Bendana then turned around in singles action to come-from-behind and defeat Lamar’s Benny Schweiser in three sets at the No. 2 flight. After losing the opening set 6-4, the junior from College Station, Texas, took the second set by the same score before squeezing out the decisive set 7-5 to clinch the match for UIW.
ABILENE, Texas – Abilene Christian senior Josh Sheehy will face Southern California’s Tanner Smith Monday in the first round of the NCAA tennis championship in Orlando, Fla. Sheehy and Smith are somewhat familiar with one another as they previously faced off at the 2017 Oracle ITA Masters when both were at the start of their junior seasons.”I remember (the match) well because it was my first match and win in Malibu,” said Sheehy via phone in Florida. “He was a big, tall kid with a big serve and forehand and I did my best to outlast him on every point and put in as many returns as possible, but I have no idea what to expect this time … we’ve both come a long way in the last year and a half.”Sheehy won their match at Pepperdine University, 6-3, 7-6 (3), but Smith bounced back to reach the ITA Southwest Regional singles Round of 16 and finish 11-7 in the spring. This past fall Smith – son of USC head coach Peter Smith – attained a No. 34 singles ranking after reaching the region’s championship match and was a Pac-12 honorable mention for recording a 17-6 singles mark. He is currently ranked 57th by the ITA, while Sheehy is No. 108.Sheehy’s senior year has been his most decorated by far. The 20-match winner and Arlington native won all three of the Southland Conference’s most coveted prizes: Player of the Year, First Team All-Conference at No. 1 singles and Student-Athlete of the Year. He also went undefeated in conference play and enters Monday’s match on a season-best nine-match winning streak. Sheehy’s last defeat was a 6-2, 6-1 decision vs. 99th-ranked Lucas Poullain of No. 41 Florida State on March 13.The loss to Poullain was preceded by a seven-match winning streak as all four of Sheehy’s losses this spring have come against nationally ranked opposition from Oklahoma, Tulsa, Texas A&M and FSU.”It feels good to face an opponent I’ve beaten before, but now it feels like there’s more pressure on me to win, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing,” Sheehy added. “I’ve matured a lot since that match and been playing more consistently at a higher level. I now know what I need to do to win, or can at least look inside myself to play the game I want to.”Sheehy and Smith will play on Court 3 (not before 5 p.m. ET) and as such will have some of their match shown on Tennis Channel alongside five additional matches. Tennis Channel can be found on Suddenlink (Channel 45), Dish Network (400) and DirecTV (217).Smith’s USC team entered the NCAA team tournament with a No. 8 national ranking but was eliminated in the Sweet 16, 4-1, by ninth-ranked North Carolina back on May 11.The winner of Sheehy vs. Smith will face either Florida’s eighth-seeded Oliver Crawford or UCLA’s 68th-ranked Govind Nanda on Tuesday. Crawford’s Gators lost 4-3 to Smith’s Trojans at the ITA National Team Indoor Championships on Feb. 15. Crawford lost his No.1 singles match to No. 56 Brandon Holt, 6-3, 5-7, 7-6 (3) and No. 2 doubles contest, 6-4, to Smith and Daniel Cukierman.
JOSE MOURINHO has been told to focus on snapping up free transfers when the transfer window reopens, according to reports.The financial impact of coronavirus is still largely unknown but it is expected to have a major effect on transfer fees.7 Tottenham could bring in plenty of quality without having to pay a single transfer feeChairman Daniel Levy opted to place non-playing staff on furlough soon after the government scheme was set up but the club made a U-turn after heavy criticism.And now according to journalist Duncan Castles, Spurs want their manager to look at who he could bring in for nothing as another cash-saving plan.As things stand, the North London club will lose defenders Jan Vertonghen and Japhet Tanganga as well as goalkeeper Michel Vorm when their contracts run out at the end of the season.But there are plenty of players who are on course to be released from their current clubs in the summer and would therefore be available for free.Here, SunSport looks at the entire XI Mourinho could land according to transfermarkt.com.Walter BenitezNice goalkeeper, 27, is represented by Mino Raiola so has a link straight into the Premier League.But he has conceded 36 goals in 26 Ligue 1 games this season, with just four clean sheets.Thomas MeunierManchester United have been keeping close tabs on the Belgian but Spurs could be in pole position for the Belgian.That is because boss Mourinho called Meunier, 28, to convince him to join him in North London and replace Serge Aurier at right-back, just as he did at Paris Saint-Germain.Malang SarrHighly-rated Nice centre-back, 21, has been strongly linked with Newcastle so Spurs had better move quick.The France Under-21 international came through the academy at Nice, joining aged six and making 112 first-team appearances.Jose Luis PalominoArgentine journeyman Palomino finally seemed to settle when he joined Atalanta in 2017 and became a first-team regular, one short of 100 matches for the club.The 30-year-old has missed just six matches across all competitions and helped the Serie A side reach the Champions League quarter-finals.7 Thomas Meunier is out of contract at PSG at the end of the season and may replace Serge Aurier once againCredit: Getty – Contributor7Layvin KurzawaSpanish reports claimed recently Arsenal were on the brink of announcing the 27-year-old PSG left-back.But it is yet to happen and, although Kurzawa has now turned his attention to getting a move to Barcelona, Tottenham could be in with a chance.Mario GotzeThe World Cup winner is out of contract at Borussia Dortmund but still has time to prove a point aged 27.Spurs were linked with Gotze way back in 2016 when he returned to Dortmund from rivals Bayern Munich.Giacomo BonaventuraThe 30-year-old nicknamed ‘Jack’ is hot property in Serie A.The AC Milan midfielder has been linked with moves to Atalanta, Torino, Roma, Fiorentina and Napoli.Adam LallanaEngland and Liverpool star, 31, is set to leave the Kop this summer – but will he do so with a Premier League winners medal to his name?Leicester were keen on taking Lallana so Mourinho would have to battle it out with Brendan Rodgers.WillianThe Brazilian famously rejected Spurs to join Chelsea in 2013. Seven years on, could he finally head to N17 and reunite with the Special One?Rivals Arsenal are also interested but both sides could be put off by his three-year, £120,000-a-week contract demands.Dries MertensChelsea have reportedly made contact with the 32-year-old Belgian over a switch.But he could remain with Napoli to become their all-time top goalscorer – he is currently tied with Marik Hamsik.7 Mario Gotze is set to be let go by Borussia Dortmund with no new deal signedCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd7Latest Tottenham newsHARRY ALL FOUR ITKane admits Spurs must win EIGHT games to rise into Champions League spotGossipALL GONE PETE TONGVertonghen wanted by host of Italian clubs as long Spurs spell nears endBELOW PARRSpurs suffer blow with Parrott to miss Prem restart after appendix operationPicturedSHIRT STORMNew Spurs 2020/21 home top leaked but angry fans slam silver design as ‘awful”STEP BY STEP’Jose fears for players’ welfare during restart as stars begin ‘pre-season’KAN’T HAVE THATVictor Osimhen keen on Spurs move but only if they sell Kane this summerYOU KAN DO ITKlinsmann quit Spurs to win trophies but says Kane’s better off stayingTURBULENT PAIRINGDrogba and Mido had mid-flight brawl after stewardess prank went wrongRyan FraserThe Bournemouth winger was on fire for the Cherries last season with eight goals and a stunning 15 assists.But after links with a £30m move to the Emirates in the summer, the Scotland international has managed just one goal and four assists in 32 this term.7 Jose Mourinho worked with Willian at Stamford Bridge and the pair could be reunited this summerCredit: Reuters7Tottenham ask sacked Pochettino to take pay cut on severance package due to coronavirus shutdown
Just days ago, Dele was the victim of a terrifying robbery at his London home.And the midfielder looked over the moon to be back on familiar territory.He wrote on Instagram: “Missed this place! Feeling blessed.”Dele wasn’t the only Tottenham enjoying his time back at the training ground, with Son Heung-Min posing for the camera making a ‘peace’ sign with his hands.4The forward, 27, has only just returned from three weeks of national military service in South Korea.There were fears he would have to go into quarantine for two weeks back in England.But government protocol requires only those who test positive for coronavirus to self-isolate when they arrive in the UK.That means Son was free to return to Spurs’ base for a solo training session.And he looked absolutely delighted as he flashed his trademark ‘peace’ sign.Most Read In SportTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battle’I ACCEPT’McGregor accepts Silva fight at UFC catchweight of 176lbs in huge super-fightTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedA CUT ABOVEMike Tyson shows two-inch cut ‘picked up in training’ ahead of boxing returnI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’PicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubOther Tottenham stars rocked up to the ground today to receive their coronavirus test results.Lucas Moura and Jan Vertonghen were amongst those who turned up on Tuesday morning as the Premier League looks to resume action in mid-June.Spurs are set to face Manchester United in their first game back, which could be bumped up for Friday Night Football.4 Son Heung-min completed his South Korean military service during the Prem’s coronavirus shutdownCredit: AP:Associated PressHarry Kane has Tottenham shirts hanging on walls of his house from win over Man Utd and first Champions League hat-trick DELE ALLI was back in the saddle as he rocked up to solo sessions at Spurs’ training ground on a bicycle.The England star, 24, was all smiles in the sunshine as he posed for a snap on the impressive two-wheeler.4 Dele Alli was back in the saddle as he rocked up to Spurs solo training on a bicycle4 Son Heung-Min flashed a peace sign after serving his time with the South Korean military
Online public voting for the Indigenous All Stars team is underway, with voting open until 3.00pm Friday, December 2 for fans to help select a 20-man squad.A week-long event that celebrates Rugby League’s commitment to Indigenous Australia culminates in the Indigenous All Stars v World All Stars match, to be held in Newcastle on Friday 10th February 2017.Play your part by selecting the team that represents the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community to take on the World All Stars.The Indigenous All Stars will be out to prove themselves against a World Team consisting of a host of internationals. Representing their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and communities, the Indigenous All Stars will play with plenty of pride and passion as they take the field in one of the most significant NRL Matches in the season calendar.VOTING PROCESSFans are asked to vote from the short list of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander players to form the team that will take on the World All Stars early in 2017.Voting will be open for four weeks, beginning Monday, 10.00am November 7th and will close 3.00pm Friday, December 2nd.The team will then be announced in early December.For more details and to vote, fans can visit nrl.com/allstars
The visitors were too strong for PNG leading the match from start to finish.The home girls played hard but couldn’t keep up with the fast play and great defence by American Samoa who had their team in the crowd cheering them on.At half time PNG was trailing by 15 points 29-44.The American Samoans held on to the lead in the third quarter and sailed through the final quarter to claim victory.PNG finished in the top four after the pool matches but also suffered defeat to Fiji yesterday.PNG will now play for fifth and sixth place tomorrow. The country they will play will depend on today’s results.American Samoa are through to the top four and are medal contenders.
25.34 0.4 Miriam Peni Brisbane 31‐Jan 2:43.8 Andipas Georasi Lae 16‐Apr 60m 1.64 Adrine Monagi San Angelo TX 16‐Mar Wind assisted 49.25 Mowen Boino Abilene 9‐Apr 14.52 +5.9 Peniel Richard Kingsville TX 19‐Mar 1:30.3 Peniel Joshua Lae 6‐Feb 11.91 ‐1.4 Rellie Kaputin Lubbock TX 24‐Mar 6.60 Steven Ray Lae 16‐Apr 3000m 63.0 Tuna Tine Lae 12‐Mar 1000m 12.13 3.4 Afure Adah Pittsburg KS 25‐Mar 11.25 NWI Charles Livuan Suva 6‐Feb 12.51 ‐0.5 Miriam Peni Perth 13‐Mar 53.83 Mowen Boino Suva 6‐Feb 36.33 Jacklyn Travertz Brisbane 5‐Mar 11.66 ‐0.1 Toea Wisil Glendale NSW 30‐Jan 62.2 Jenny Albert Lae 27‐Feb 11.59 ‐0.2 Toea Wisil Sydney 2‐Apr 22.19 ‐0.6 Charles Livuan Adelaide 14‐Feb 22.24 1.7 Ruwan Gunasinghe Brisbane 28‐Feb 22.82 ‐2.4 Nelson Stone Brisbane 5‐Mar 13.5 Salome Yawas Lae 6‐Feb 3:07.2 Jenny Albert Lae 12‐Mar 22.27 Theo Piniau Albuquerque NM 13‐Feb 400m 6 1.95 Donna Koniel Brisbane 26‐Feb 25.16 ‐0.4 Miriam Peni Perth 11‐Mar 22.7 Joe Matmat Lae 26‐Mar 21.39 2.0 Theo Piniau Canyon 9‐Apr 24.82 1.6 Afure Adah Los angeles 14‐Apr 3:07.1 Jenny Albert Lae 26‐Mar 24.4 Moses Darius Lae 26‐Mar 10.92 1.0 Ruwan Gunasinghe Sydney 1‐Apr 11.11 0.9 Charles Livuan Adelaide 14‐Feb TIME NAME SURNAME LOCATION DATE PNG INDOOR RANKING LIST FOR WOMEN (cont) 2016 14.79 +3.8 Peniel Richard Stephenville TX 3‐Mar 36.1 Ephraim Lerkin Lae 16‐Apr WIND ASSISTED 47.6 Annie Topal Lae 16‐Apr 100m 11.44 0.8 Toea Wisil Canberra 6‐Feb 38.2 Moses Darius Lae 12‐Mar 65.9 Esther Simon Lae 12‐Mar 37.23 Jacklyn Travertz Brisbane 26‐Feb TIME NAME SURNAME LOCATION DATE 5.23m Adrine Monagi Alamosa CO 20‐Feb 35.4 Peniel Joshua Lae 27‐Feb 600m(Hand) 5.48m Adrine Monagi Joplin MO 6‐Feb 52.69 Mowen Boino Austin TX 1‐Apr 12.40 0.6 Miriam Peni Brisbane 9‐Jan Page 2 of 3 400m Hurdles 50.4 Cecilia Kumalalamene Lae 16‐Apr 11.15 0.1 Ruwan Gunasinghe Sydney 17‐Jan 6.57 ‐0.3 Peniel Richard Arlington 26‐Mar 25.98 0.6 Miriam Peni Canberra 16‐Apr 11.44 0.0 Toea Wisil Canberra 6‐Feb 5000m 3 7.15 Adrine Monagi Arlington TX 26‐Mar 12.70 ‐2.0 Miriam Peni Adelaide 13‐Feb 63.3 Esther Simon Lae 16‐Apr 12.69 ‐2.6 Miriam Peni Adelaide 6‐Feb 64.0 Raylene Kanam Lae 27‐Feb 9.85 Adrine Monagi Kingsville TX 16‐Mar 53.00 Mowen Boino Lubbock TX 24‐Mar 35.0 Peniel Joshua Lae 12‐Mar 24.03 ‐1.3 Toea Wisil Sydney 3‐Apr 54.03 Ephraim Lerkin Adelaide 13‐Feb 100m 6 1.66 Jenny Albert Adelaide 6‐Feb 14.79 +1.4 ;1.64m ; 9.85m ; 25.78 +2.3 ; 5.66m +2.2; 35.80 ; 2:43.50 3:08.7 Rama Kumilgo Lae 26‐Mar 23.62 1.3 Toea Wisil Perth 12‐Mar 20:39.81 Poro Gahekave El Paso TX 26‐Mar 1 4.80 3.4 Afure Adah Sioux Falls IA 3‐Apr 7.77 Afure Adah Mankato MN 22‐Jan 200m Long Jump 61.4 Nancy Malamut Lae 12‐Mar 10.97 ‐1.1 Ruwan Gunasinghe Sydney 26‐Feb 4857 pts Adrine Monagi San Angelo 16/17 March 23.43 ‐0.6 Toea Wisil Canberra 7‐Feb Most of the results have come from athletes taking part in international events.But the focus is now on the domestic track and field season which is getting underway.So far, the only local results reported have been from Lae where Wesley Logorava and Peniel Joshua have shown good results from early in the season.Nancy Malamut has also showed potential in the 400m after starting her athletics career in the 100m and 200m.There will be a regular Saturday morning competition in Lae for the next seven weeks to prepare athletes for the National Championships which is scheduled on the Queen’s Birthday weekend.This weekend at the Sir Ignatius Kilage Stadium will see Programme A events conducted which are the 100m , 400m , 1500m, 100m hurdles, Triple jump , high jump and shot put.This programme will be repeated on May 7, May 21 and June 4 .Next weekend’s competition on April 30 will see programme B events, which are the 200m, 800m 3000m , 400m hurdles, long jump , discus and javelin.This programme will be repeated on May 14 and May 28.PNG OUTDOOR RANKING LIST FOR MEN 2016 7.04 3.1 Peniel Richard Kingsville TX 19‐Mar Page 2 of 2 10.08 hept Adrine Monagi San Angelo TX 7‐Apr Triple jump 2:20.66 Jenny Albert Adelaide 6‐Feb 11.44 1.7 Toea Wisil Perth 12‐Mar 12.63 1.3 Rellie Kaputin San Marcos TX 2‐Apr 38.0 Peter Narimole Lae 16‐Apr 200m 3 8.22 Adrine Monagi San Antonio TX 27‐Feb 49.81 Mowen Boino Portland OR 18‐Mar 11.58 ‐0.3 Toea Wisil Sydney 2‐Apr 25.55 1.3 Miriam Peni Brisbane 5‐Mar 1.67 Rellie Kaputin Canyon TX 9‐Apr 5 6.51 Betty Burua Brisbane 26‐Feb Page 1 of 3 (Salome Yawas , Nancy Malamut , Charline Giuka; Lyenne Nilmo) 2 4.91 nwi Shirley Vunatup Levelland 20‐Feb 600yards 5 8.10 Donna Koniel Brisbane 16‐Jan 12.32 1.2 Miriam Peni Canberra 20‐Feb High Jump Shot put 2:28.40 Adrine Monagi San Angelo TX 8‐Apr 15.9 (h) Wesley Logorava Lae 26‐Mar 24.23 0.2 Toea Wisil Brisbane 28‐Feb 12.52 ‐1.8 Miriam Peni Adelaide 13‐Feb Page 1 of 2 800m 7.01 0.0 Ruwan Gunasinghe Sydney 16‐Jan 50.31 Theo Piniau Alamosa , CO 20‐Feb 10:52.83 Poro Gahekave Winstom Salem,NC 4‐Mar 25.19 Afure Adah Mankato 9‐Jan 54.62 Ephraim Lerkin Suva 6‐Feb 5 7.52 Shirley Vunatup El Paso TX 26‐Mar Triple Jump 12.20 2.1 Miriam Peni Brisbane 31‐Jan 60.6 Jenny Albert Lae 16‐Apr 11.69 ‐3.1 Toea Wisil Brisbane 23‐Jan 5000m 200m 26.02 ‐3.5 Miriam Peni Brisbane 28‐Feb 14.56 1.6 Sharon Kwarula Canyon TX 9‐Apr TIME NAME SURNAME LOCATION DATE 19:34.38 Poro Gahekave Abilene TX 9‐Apr 35.9 Joe Matmat Lae 16‐Apr 1 5.00 2.5 Adrine Monagi Arlington TX 26‐Mar 9.00 Adrine Monagi Alamosa Co 21‐Feb 2000mSteeple 23.47 0.6 Toea Wisil Sydney 3‐Apr 1500m wind assisted 13.3 Charline Giuka Lae 6‐Feb 11.59 4.6 Toea Wisil Brisbane 27‐Feb Page 1 of 2 PNG OUTDOOR RANKING LIST FOR WOMEN Page 2 of 3 2016 65.2 Cecilia Kumalalamene Lae 27‐Feb 11.69 0.8 Toea Wisil Sydney 19‐Mar Page 3 of 3 12.0 Micheal Lae 6‐Feb Wind assisted 53.80 Mowen Boino Adelaide 13‐Feb 51.62 Nelson Stone Brisbane 26‐Feb 1.50m Naomi Kerari Levelland 20‐Feb 25.85 0.8 Miriam Peni Brisbane 16‐Jan 2:44.5 Godfrey Dun Lae 16‐Apr 62.6 Raylyne Kanam Lae 12‐Mar 100m(Hand) 5021 pts Adrine Monagi San Angelo 7/8 april 22.69 Theo Piniau Alamosa,Co 6‐Feb 11.60 ‐0.3 Toea Wisil Sydney 1‐Apr 24.91 (1.0) Afure Adah Long Beach CA 16‐Apr 5.02 Annie Topal Lae 16‐Apr Mile 2 5.78 2.3 Adrine Monagi San Angelo TX 16‐Mar 22.4 Wesley Logorava Lae 26‐Mar 26.0 Nancy Malamut Lae 26‐Mar 27.8 Tuna Tine Lae 26‐Mar 4:56.71 Jenny Albert Adelaide 13‐Feb 10.94 0.4 Theo Piniau Canyon 9‐Apr Shot Put 28.9 Esther Simon Lae 26‐Mar 400m 3:09.0 Rama Kumilgo Lae 12‐Mar 1.61 Rellie Kaputin Lubbock TX 24‐Mar 5:05.39 Rama Kumilgo Adelaide 13‐Feb 23.79 1.3 Toea Wisil Brisbane 5‐Mar 25.30 0.4 Miriam Peni Brisbane 23‐Jan Heptathlon 7:45.80 Rama Kumilgo Adelaide 23‐Jan 400m Wind assisted 24.93 Afure Adah Brookings,SD 12‐Feb 11.63 1.5 Toea Wisil Brisbane 16‐Jan 2:43.7 Peter Narimole Lae 16‐Apr 49.66 Ephraim Lerkin Adelaide 13‐Feb 11:21.7 Rama Kumilgo Lae 16‐Apr 5 7.09 Donna Koniel Brisbane 19‐Mar PNG OUTDOOR RANKING LIST FOR WOMEN Page 3 of 3 2016 9.54 Adrine Monagi Pittsburg,KS 29‐Jan 23.65 ‐0.2 Toea Wisil Canberra 20‐Feb 65.5 Esther Simon Lae 27‐Feb 200m (h) 12.65 0.3 Miriam Peni Canberra 16‐Apr 25.24 1.9 Miriam Peni Perth 11‐Mar 12.7 Lyenne Nilmo Lae 6‐Feb 7.78 Afure Adah Mankato MN 27‐Feb 13.8 Alice Baim Lae 6‐Feb 6.19 Patrick Hou Lae 16‐Apr 34.3 Wesley Logorava Lae 16‐Apr 36.2 Robson Yinambe Lae 16‐Apr 12.54 1.7 Adrine Monagi San Angelo 9‐Apr 11.0 Joe Matmat Lae 6‐Feb 3 8.15 Adrine Monagi Stephenville TX 3‐Mar 24.82 Afure Adah Mankato 26‐Feb 1:36.76 Adrine Monagi Joplin MO 6‐Feb 400m(Hand) 5:06.77 Poro Gahekave El Paso TX 26‐Mar 27.5 Helen Philemon Lae 26‐Mar 1.59 Adrine Monagi San Angelo TX 9‐Apr 22.6 Nelson Stone Brisbane 23‐Mar 62.0 Tuna Tine Lae 27‐Feb 2:20.23 Jenny Albert Adelaide 14‐Feb 6.04 3.8 Rellie Kaputin Canyon TX 9‐Apr 11:36.5 Carolyn Mando Lae 16‐Apr 12:01.6 Gethrude Komba Lae 16‐Apr 11.45 1.7 Toea Wisil Canberra 20‐Feb 5.66 2.2 Adrine Monagi San Angelo TX 17‐Mar 2:53.34 Adrine Monagi Alamosa CO 20‐Feb 3000m 5.37m Adrine Monagi Alamosa CO 21‐Feb 7:40.40 Rama Kumilgo Adelaide 13‐Feb 5.96 1.1 Rellie Kaputin Lubbock TX 24‐Mar 35.4 Wesley Logorava Lae 12‐Mar 10.86 1.2 Ruwan Gunasinghe Sydney 26‐Feb 52.75 Mowen Boino Canyon TX 8‐Apr 5:05.60 Rama Kumilgo Adelaide 30‐Jan 12.52 ‐2.0 Miriam Peni Perth 13‐Mar 14.66 ‐0.1 Adrine Monagi Stephenville TX 3‐Mar 14.79 1.4 Adrine Monagi (hept) San Angelo TX 16‐Mar PNG INDOOR RANKING LIST FOR MEN 2016 51.5 Mixed Lae 29‐Jan 26.03 0.4 Miriam Peni Brisbane 28‐Feb 10.94 0.6 Ruwan Gunasinghe Sydney 26‐Feb 300m Hurdles 1.60m Adrine Monagi Alamosa CO 20‐Feb 37.04 Jacklyn Travertz Sydney 24‐Mar 2:37.8 George Yamak Lae 16‐Apr 11.17 1.3 Charles Livuan Adelaide 14‐Feb 5:07.30 Jenny Albert Adelaide 30‐Jan 9.00 Sharon Kwarula Pittsburg,KS 29‐Jan 35.1 Peniel Joshua Lae 16‐Apr 14.75 ‐0.0 Peniel Richard San Angelo 9‐Apr 1.90 Peniel Richard Arlington 26‐Mar 300m Hurdles 200m (h) PNG OUTDOOR RANKING LIST FOR WOMEN 2016 26.28 ‐3.2 Shirley Vunatup Abilene 9‐Apr 11.67 0.9 Toea Wisil Brisbane 27‐Feb 24.68 ‐1.9 Toea Wisil Brisbane 28‐Feb 5.59 5.3 Adrine Monagi Stephenville TX 3‐Mar 5:46.37 Poro Gahekave Levelland 20‐Feb 49.73 Theo Piniau Alamosa , CO 21‐Feb 200m TIME NAME SURNAME LOCATION DATE 6.63 1.1 Peniel Richard San Angelo 9‐Apr 1.66 Rellie Kaputin Austin TX 1‐Apr 14.77 +2.5 Peniel Richard San Antonio TX 28‐Feb 11.63 2.4 Toea Wisil Brisbane 27‐Feb 49.61 Theo Piniau Pittsburg,KS 29‐Jan 60m Wind assisted 24.94 Afure Adah Mankato 27‐Feb 28.6 Cecilia Kumalalamene Lae 26‐Mar 7.73 nwi Shirley Vunatup Levelland, TX 20‐Feb 40.0 Godfrey Dunn Lae 16‐Apr 11:13.4 Mary Kua Lae 16‐Apr 15.63 e 1.3 Wala Gime San Angelo 9‐Apr 12.8 Nancy Malamut Lae 6‐Feb 25.77 ‐0.2 Miriam Peni Adelaide 13‐Feb 22.12 2.6 Theo Piniau San Marcos TX 2‐Apr 400m Hurdles 62.14 Donna Koniel Sydney 1‐Apr 110m Hurdles 1.66m Adrine Monagi Joplin MO 6‐Feb 5 6.85 Betty Burua Glendale,NSW 30‐Jan 22.46 3.0 Ruwan Gunasinghe Canberra 7‐Feb 100m 10.97 0.2 Ruwan Gunasinghe Canberra 7‐Feb Wind assisted 40.0 Peniel Joshua Lae 26‐Mar 14.73 +2.1 ; 1.53; 10.08; 25.35 +2.5; 5.76 +3.1; 36.93 ; 2:28.40 60.5 Nancy Malamut Lae 16‐Apr 9.91 Adrine Monagi San Angelo TX 3‐Mar 27.2 Annie Topal Lae 26‐Mar 60m 7.05 Theo Piniau Albuquerque NM 22‐Jan 25.23 0.6 Afure Adah Pittsburg KS 25‐Mar 24.06 ‐0.6 Toea Wisil Sydney 19‐Mar 12:19.2 Bala Nicholas Lae 16‐Apr 100m Hurdles 11:07.46 Poro Gahekave Fayetteville,AR 12‐Feb 2:21.3 (h) Jenny Albert Adelaide 23‐Jan 61.95 Donna Koniel Brisbane 27‐Feb Long Jump 7.79 Afure Adah Mankato MN 22‐Jan 36.0 Robson Yinambe Lae 12‐Mar 60m 7.69 Afure Adah Brookings, SD 12‐Feb 7.70 Afure Adah Mankato MN 26‐Feb 7.74 Afure Adah Brookings, SD 12‐Feb 1000m High Jump 37.3 Moses darius Lae 16‐Apr 7.82 Afure Adah Mankato MN 22‐Jan 12.41 ‐0.6 Miriam Peni Brisbane 23‐Jan 12.39 4.4 Shirley Vunatup Abilene 9‐Apr 24.91 Afure Adah Mankato 6‐Feb Javelin 9.82m Adrine Monagi Alamosa CO 20‐Feb 25.03 Afure Adah Pittsburg,KS 11‐Mar 7:47.77 Rama Kumilgo Adelaide 6‐Feb 12.18 1.8 Afure Adah Los Angeles 14‐Apr 100m(Hand) 800m 37.3 Emmanuel Wanga Lae 16‐Apr 4x100m Relay 47.5 Raylyne Kanam Lae 26‐Mar 10.8 Wesley Logorava Lae 6‐Feb Wind assisted TIME NAME SURNAME LOCATION DATE Wind assisted 25.65 ‐0.1 Miriam Peni Brisbane 9‐Jan 19:49.14 Poro Gahekave College station,TX 5‐Feb 60mH 1.53 (hept) Adrine Monagi San Angelo TX 7‐Apr Hammer Throw 9.03 Adrine Monagi Alamosa 20‐Feb 9.07 Afure Adah Mankato 9‐Jan 9.09 Adrine Monagi Alamosa Co 21‐Feb 9.36 Adrine Monagi Joplin MO 6‐Feb 26.02 ‐2.2 Miriam Peni Adelaide 13‐Feb Long jump 50.93 Mowen Boino Adelaide 13‐Feb 12.49 1.5 Miriam Peni Brisbane 16‐Jan PNG OUTDOOR RANKING LIST FOR MEN 2016 High jump PNG INDOOR RANKING LIST FOR WOMEN 2016 300m (h) 1 5.03 3.7 Adrine Monagi Austin TX 1‐Apr 3 5.80 hept Adrine Monagi San Angelo TX 17‐Mar
As reported by the digital media Vózpópuli, the National Police has arrested this Friday at noon a person accused of spread the Málaga coach’s video. It is a male, 41, and his arrest has occurred in the Cordoba town of Puente Genil. The detainee is accused of crimes of revelation of secrets and discovery since the Police believe that he is the person who disseminated Victor’s intimate video through social networks.The Provincial Brigade of the Judicial Police of Malaga continues with the investigation. The complaint he filed Víctor Sánchez del Amo before the Police The extortion suffered and the dissemination of a video of sexual content has already caused the first arrests.
The defeat copera in San Mamés has meant the nth sports coupAfter falling in the Champions League, the Cup final and a hard summer without Neymar arrivedThe board’s decisions have been exploited by non-signings and Abidal Thus, the directive relayed all its sides with the PSG and only the French striker, an announcement months ago De Jong, Junior Firpo and the nth rare movements of the Board to take over Net ended up being the reinforcements for the new campaign. That in which Barça promised to fight again for the Champions League and strike a domestic blow to a Madrid that precisely did not arrive with all the necessary strength.It was confirmed in the first months, when Zidane stayed on the tightrope. But in the city of Barcelona, Valverde did not finish closing the crisis and that was able to take advantage of a white box that, as soon as he got one more march, made everything jump through the air. It was from the postponed Classic, who knows what would have happened to play a 26-O and not an 18-D. There the Madrid was superior, submitted to the Camp Nou but the 0-0 postponed the decision of the directive to press the red button to throw the Txingurri.The Super Cup and the ‘Valverde case’After that, Christmas arrived, toast to the sun for the new year and at the first of change tie in the derby against a Espanyol colista. There, the Extremaduran coach already had the hours counted (or that has been made known from the surroundings of Bartomeu), but with the Saudi Supercup everything rushed. The best game of the year through, Atlético was able to take advantage of about ten horrific final minutes to sneak into the final and open, again, the theater in the offices.Trips to Qatar to see and convince Xavi, not from him and Koeman and finally Setién’s letter about García Pimienta, which convinced less than the Cantabrian to close the embarrassment with Valverde. Cruyffismo returned to Can Barça, or that was sold, before a sad and possessive 1-0 to Granada, an in extremis victory against Ibiza and the defeat against Valencia were a blow behind another against all Barcelona.He was exemplified by the Camp Nou half-empty against Leganés and Levante and made him burst an interview by Eric Abidal to Sport. The sports director, who was to serve as a liaison between the board and the staff, explained all the latest movements with little experience of pointing to the locker room without specific names. Messi, captain and former partner of his, had no mercy and through social networks he took the step that he had never dared to formalize before. Direct criticism, fire in the war and Bartomeu meeting urgently with the French.There was no dismissal, but there was runrún who has helped Athletic to have taken a slice in the Cup. The last nail was nine months black where everything falls apart. As if that were not enough, Dembélé and Suárez injured until summer, the board without finding a replacement in winter and urgently for a badly placed patch to cover their incomprehensible decisions. There are still three months left and the Champions League and LaLiga are still alive, but the shadow of a blank course, the decision of Messi and an election, at the moment still for 2021, threaten to be the black culmination of the most glorious era in the history of the Barcelona. San Mamés has been the last nail, so far, for Barcelona. The defeat against Athletic Bilbao in the Copa del Rey means the nth symptom that the glorious decade culé collapses under a project that has long ceased to make sense and is diluted between the blows of a Josep María Bartomeu and its board of directors expires and a team unable to push through the big finals. If Turin or Rome already saw it coming, the 4-0 at Anfield marked the beginning of a nine-month black journey as never remembered in the modern history of Can Barça.Like a blow against a dying body. This is how Williams’s goal sounded for Barcelona in the quarterfinals of the 19/20 Cup. Messi, alone in another great game, could not avoid the elimination, nor a Quique Setién who has seen how his dream of training at the Camp Nou is drawn into a war in which he is the one that has less to do, the only one of those present that was not on May 7, 2019 when everything was triggered under a ‘Help’ in the city of the Beatles.Nine months ago the box culé arrived in Liverpool with the desire to return to a Champions League final. The desire to try again to be champion with Madrid, morbid through, on the horizon. The 3-0 of the first leg seemed enough result, but that night Jürgen Klopp unleashed an ode to football that is still latent in the king’s sport and is feared by anyone who gets ahead. Four goals, with the last of Origi and the famous Alexander-Arnold corner kick as a climax and unforgettable nightmare for Barcelona.It was the fourth attempt in vain to recover the continental crown and the scars of that wound were going to become more painful when less than twenty days later the Blaugrana entity faced the final of the Copa del Rey. Before Valencia, the season collapsed despite having won LaLiga comfortably. A 2-1 team ché that put Ernesto Valverde in the eye of the hurricane before a summer that was precipitating changes.But the staff interceded for their technician and the board gave him a new vote of confidence. However, the other desire of the players, to see Neymar again, was not going to come true and instead came a Griezmann who was not going to have a welcome to the Brazilian by the heavyweight of the veteran . A Messi who longed for his great friend, with whom with Suarez he won the fifth Champions and the second triplet of the club. Photo: Reuters
Was it his right eye? “I want to think so, but there were others, like Cristiano or Ramos. I could not say if it was his right eye, I do not have so much confidence with him (with Florentino). He has never told me. “He always said that Bale would win the Golden Ball … “Now it is unlikely.” Are you still in love with Florentino de Bale? “I think so. He has a fantastic relationship with him. “