26 Sep

Coronavirus: LaLiga not ready to lose £880m

first_imgPresident of the Spanish League Javier Tebas,has hinted that Spanish football risks losing a whooping £880million should the coronavirus pandemic make it impossible to play out the season. European leagues, in conjunction with UEFA, according to him were currently studying three possible scenarios of return starting on May 28, June 6, or June 28. REal Madrid versus Barcelona one of the mouth watering ties of the la liga The first scenario would see LaLiga playing through June and UEFA competitions taking place in July. The second would see LaLiga and European competitions returning on June 6 and being played together until the end of July. In the third scenario LaLiga would restart on June 28 and play through July with European competitions starting in August. He said: ‘Including money from European competition we are talking about Spanish clubs losing approximately 1 billion euros if we don’t get back to playing [this season].Advertisement ‘It would be £265m if we have to play all the games behind closed doors; and £133m playing with fans because of losses already incurred.’ Pushed on how competitions would be finalised if no more games could be played he added: ‘I only think about that in my nightmares. It’s a sterile debate right now. We will only start this debate if we know that we cannot restart the season. None of the big leagues should be thinking about this right now.’ Tebas said the restart would almost definitely be without spectators. Read Also Coronavirus: Chinese football agonises over wage cuts He said: ‘In terms fans in the stadiums, I think it will be very difficult to do that, especially in the first few games back. When we come back it will be behind closed doors and soon we will have definitive protocols for how that will happen.’ FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading…last_img read more

14 Aug

Safeway Open 2019: Cameron Champ is the champ after a thrilling finale in Napa

first_img Safeway Open 2019: Cameron Champ takes 3-shot lead as Bryson DeChambeau struggles All the emotions.The winning moment for @Cameron__Champ and his family @SafewayOpen. pic.twitter.com/FzM6nqokVK— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) September 30, 2019Champ was seeking his first Tour victory since taking out last year’s Sanderson Farms Championship. He carried a three-stroke lead into the final day.The eventual victory put him in a unique category. Champ became the first player to win in the fall portion of back-to-back seasons since Justin Thomas and Brendan Steele completed the feat in the fall of 2016 and 2017.He birdied four holes on the front nine — his only blemish a bogey at the par-4 8th — before dropping the 17th but regrouping with a title-sealing birdie.Hadwin, who was three shots off the pace at the start of the day, recorded eight birdies and three bogeys as he pushed Champ to the limit. Stephen Curry, Phil Mickelson ‘ham-and-egg’ it in Safeway Open pro-am Two-time CHAMP. @Cameron__Champ has won the @SafewayOpen! pic.twitter.com/DeyFm1GGLY— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) September 30, 2019Marc Leishman finished outright third (14 under) thanks to his seven-under-par 65 and a shot ahead of the fourth-place trio Charles Howell III, Zac Blair and Justin Thomas who all finished the weekend at 13 under.Thomas, the winner of the 2017 FedEx Cup and PGA Championship, had to settle for the tie following four birdies and a bogey.Bryson DeChambeau held the lead at the halfway stage of the tournament, however, the five-time PGA Tour champion finished tied for 13th (10 under) after back-to-back rounds in the 70’s. Safeway Open 2019: Bryson DeChambeau pulls clear; Tony Romo misses cut However, Champ holed a three-foot, eight-inch birdie putt at the 18th to claim his second PGA Tour title.Champ carded his fourth consecutive round in the 60’s — a three-under-par 69 in the final day of play — to finish 17 under, ahead of Hadwin, who finished in second (16 under) at Silverado Country Club. Related News Cameron Champ held off a surging Adam Hadwin to claim the Safeway Open by one shot in a thrilling finale.Hadwin birdied three consecutive holes to close out his final round to take a share of the lead in Napa, California on Sunday.last_img read more

27 Dec


first_imgTeam Photo- Back Row. Fergal Finn(Team Mentor), Sergi Mc Dermott, Eoghan Campbell, Shane O Donnell, Mark Mc Ginty, Daragh McBride, Ethan Doherty, Jordan Barr, Brendan Horgan, Iarlaith McGinley, Daragh Doherty, Cormac Finn, James Larkin, Gordon Randles (Team Mentor). Front Row-Marty Duffy, Mathew Noonan, Ronan Daly, Rory Doherty, Gavin Forde, Keenan Barrett, Eoghan Dowling, Oisin Randles, Paul O Donnell, Cian Harkin, Peter Magee, Russell Forde, Aoibhin Randles (Maor Uisce) O’Donnell Park Letterkenny was selected as a regional host venue for 8 of the participating teams in the Group stage matches of the under-14 All-Ireland Feile na nGael hurling festival 2014 which took place at Ulster venues over the recent mid-summer weekend.Over 168 hurling teams from clubs throughout Ireland including entries from clubs overseas participated in an event that is recognised as one of the great spectacles of the GAA summer calendar. The St. Eunan’s hurling Féile organising committee with its attention to detail excelled both on and off the field to ensure a superb experience for the 8 participating teams and their supporters at the regional qualifying stage matches for both the Cup and Shield competitions at the sun-splashed Letterkenny venue.Participating teams at the Letterkenny venue included Donegal representatives St. Eunan’s and Buncrana, Clough Ballacolla , Laois; Tommy Larkin’s, Galway; Derry representatives, Na Magha and Banagher; St.Earnan’s, Westmeath and Dublin club Castleknock.Blessed with ideal weather conditions the event was a resounding success with the spirit of Féile fun and participation in evidence throughout at the O’Donnell Park event played over Friday evening and all day Saturday.A positive buzz and a genuine grassroots community spirit was present throughout the excellently organised event.The quality of the on-field hurling skills from all the participating teams was matched in equal measure with the quality of the off-field catering arrangements where the St. Eunan’s hurling Feile organising committee left no stone unturned in providing a variety of foods and refreshments for the visiting teams and supporters.Great credit and thanks is due to the generous Letterkenny businesses who sponsored the variety of foods on offer which was augmented by the contributions from the host club’s families and friends.The St. Eunan’s club volunteers who served up the foods from the tented stalls deserve rich accolades; being in attendance on the Friday evening and all-day Saturday.The previous Sunday morning’s cake sale and coffee morning fundraiser set the buzz and tone which was to characterise the host club’s first-class event.Thanks is also due to the families who hosted the hurlers from Laois club Clough Ballacolla.The excellent playing surfaces of the O Donnell Park and adjoining training grounds provided a firm sod for the high-octane displays of hurling skills and competitive spirit from these whole-hearted under-14 grade players. Superb goals and points of the short and long range variety were on a display and none better than the score of the day from St.Eunan’s player Shane O Donnell in a match versus Inishowen’s Buncrana.Shane won possession some fifty metres from the opposing goal and balancing the sliothar on his hurl, sprinted some 30 metres before unleashing a wonder strike to the roof of the net.Buncrana ran out very narrow winners in this superb group game with due credit to both sides for a titanic encounter.Abundant hurling skills, teamwork and sportsmanship was in evidence from all 8 teams and following the quarter- final stages the qualifying teams who went forward to the finals hosted in Armagh and Owenbeg Derry were as follows: Shield: Clough Ballacolla, Laois and Westmeath’s, St.Earnan’s. Cup qualifiers were Na Magha, Derry and Castleknock, Dublin . Following the Letterkenny stage; the St. Eunan’s Hurling Féile Committee, hosted an evening of entertainment and a meal for their visiting club Clough Ballacolla, Laois at the Arena 7 complex.Players and supporters from both teams enjoyed a sociable gathering where the two club managements expressed their thanks for the manner in which, the event was organised.Team mentors Fergal Finn and Gordon Randles expressed their pride in both the performances of the players and the level of support from their families in hosting a very enjoyable and successful hurling event.Pauric Daly, St. Eunan’s Minor Board chairman commended the teamwork from everyone involved in ensuring a very successful Féile na nÓg 2014 hurling weekend in O’Donnell Park.He thanked the local businesses, families and friends of the club who supported the catering provided for the visiting teams and their supporters.It was a win-win event for participants and spectators and in particular for our young hurlers and their management team whose skills and commitment were clearly evident throughout the weekend.A big thank-you to the Local Letterkenny Companies who supported the Féile 2014 at the O’Donnell Park venue with Food and Facilities.————————————————————————————————————Sponsors and for the event were: Letterkenny Credit Union; Joe’s Butchers; Aldi Letterkenny; Charlie’s Café; Donegal Printing; Four Lanterns; Stateside American Diner; Tesco; Mc Donald’s; Happy Days; Letterkenny Shopping Centre; Value Centre; Dunnes Stores; Spar Glencar; Hillbillies; Gormleys Centra; Macs Mace; Pat’s Pizza; Quiet Moment; Bread/Butter; Sandwich Company; Martin Anderson Catering Company; L.Y.F.S.PICTURE SPECIAL: ST EUNAN’S HOST HUGELY SUCCESSFUL U14 ALL-IRELAND FÉILE NA NGAEL was last modified: June 25th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:All-Ireland FeileGAAHURLINGnewsNoticesSportSt Eunansu14last_img read more