KC advance to Manning Cup semis

first_imgKingston College (KC) advance to the ISSA-FLOW Manning Cup semi-finals for the first time in many years when they defeated Bridgeport High 3-0 at the Prison Oval Complex in Spanish Town yesterday.The famed Purples from North Street hit three first half goals courtesy of Renato Campbell in the 17th minute, Rashawn Mackison (20th) and Fabian Grant (33rd) for a well-deserved victory.KC finished Group K on five points, the same as Charlie Smith, who edged St Andrew Technical High School (STATHS) 1-0 in another game at Constant Spring.KC scored five goals and conceded two times in their three second round games, while Charlie Smith netted three goals with two against.Bridgeport suffered a late blow when substitute Shannon Elliston was ejected after a second yellow card in the 88th minuteKC started the game with more purpose and settled early. They went ahead and doubled the scoreline inside three minute.In the second half, KC was pushed back by Bridgeport who came into their own. The Bridgeport team was denied by missed chances from faulty shooting.KC’s back-line marshalled by their outstanding captain and central defender Javain Brown stood firm.Yesterday’s resultsCharlie Smith 1 STATHS 0Bridgeport 0 KC 3Today’s gamesGroup I3 p.m. – Hydel High vs Denham Town at Prison Oval3 p.m. – St Jago High vs Jamaica College at Constant Springlast_img read more

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ICC Pulls Bashir Over

first_imgA South African Court has issued an interim order stopping Sudan’s leader Omar al-Bashir, who faces war crimes charges, from leaving the country. He is currently in South Africa attending the African Union Summit Conference of Heads of State and Government.The South African court’s decision brings to mind the International Criminal Court (ICC) indictment against former Liberian President Charles Taylor, while he was attending a summit in Accra, Ghana in 2003, but managed to escape to Liberia. In the case of Mr. Bashir, the Pretoria High Court says he must stay until it rules today, Monday on whether he should be handed over to the ICC. He is accused of committing war crimes, genocide during the Darfur conflict and crimes against humanity.Earlier, President Bashir was welcomed by South African officials when he arrived in Johannesburg. After the court announced the hearing, he posed for a group photo with other African leaders, the BBC has said. The High Court initially said it would hear the request to have him arrested yesterday, Sunday. But it later postponed the hearing until today, Monday when the summit is due to end.There are tensions between the ICC and the AU, with some on the continent accusing the court of unfairly targeting Africans. The AU has previously urged the ICC to stop proceedings against sitting leaders.The warrant against Mr. Bashir, who denies the allegations, has severely restricted his overseas travel.He has, however, visited friendly states in Africa and the Middle East.AU leaders have complex issues to tackle, from political unrest to Islamist insurgencies. Analysis: Andrew Harding, BBC Africa CorrespondentSouth Africa has often shied away from this sort of diplomatic headache, but this time the government has stepped straight, and deliberately, into the controversy, courting Western fury by rolling out the welcome carpet for President Bashir.The South African Government must, surely, have foreseen the possibility of a legal challenge. If President Bashir is allowed to return home unimpeded, South Africa’s actions will be bitterly condemned internationally, if less loudly within the continent, as a blow against the credibility of the ICC.And if Sudan’s president is detained, or perhaps even arrested, then Pretoria will be accused of luring a fellow African leader into a trap. Some would call that a no-win situation.But it is clear that South Africa’s Government has chosen to flaunt its growing antipathy (opposition) towards “Western” rules, and towards a court in which so many African leaders now appear to have lost faith.The ICC has issued two arrest warrants against Mr. Bashir. The court relies on member states to carry out arrests.However correspondents have said the South African government, a signatory to the treaty establishing the ICC, is unlikely to move against the Sudanese leader.South Africa’s governing African National Congress (ANC) said immunity had been granted to “all (summit) participants as part of the international norms for countries hosting such a gathering of the AU or even the United Nations.” Among the African leaders at the summit is Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe, but human rights organizations and South Africa’s main opposition party have also called for Mr. Bashir’s arrest.Darfur has been in conflict since 2003, when rebels took up arms against the government. The UN says more than 300,000 people have died, mostly from disease. Hundreds of villages have been attacked.More than two million people, about a third of the population, have fled their homes. Sudanese forces and allied militias are accused of oppressing black Africans in favor of Arabs. The Johannesburg summit is chaired by Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, who holds the rotating presidency of the AU. The official theme is, “Year of Women’s Empowerment and Development.”But the political turmoil in Burundi, crisis in South Sudan and the recent spate of xenophobic attacks in South Africa has also been featured heavily.Profile: Sudan’s Omar al-BashirSudanese President Omar al-Bashir’s career has been defined by war. He came to power in a coup in 1989 and has ever since ruled with an iron fist what was until this year Africa’s largest country.When he seized power, Sudan was in the midst of a 21-year civil war between north and south.Although his government signed a deal to end that conflict in 2005, another one was breaking out at the same time – in the western region of Darfur, wherePresident Bashir is accused of organizing war crimes and crimes against humanity.“He is a man for whom dignity and pride are very important and one who is quite hot-headed – prone to angry outbursts, especially when he feels his pride has been wounded,” Sudan analyst Alex de Waal told the BBC News website.Despite the international arrest warrant, he was re-elected as president in April 2010.Before taking the helm, he was a commander in the army, responsible for leading operations in the south against the late rebel leader John Garang.When he signed the peace deal with Garang and his Sudan People’s Liberation Movement, Bashir took pains to stress the deal had not been a defeat.“We did not sign it after we had been broken. We signed it while we were at the peak of our victories,” he said.Accusations against Omar al-BashirHe has often been accused of killing members of the Fur, Masalit and Zaghawa ethnic groups, thereby causing these groups serious bodily or mental harm and inflicting conditions of life calculated to bring about these groups’ physical destruction.His goal was always to keep a unified Sudan, but a referendum on secession for South Sudan was agreed as part of the peace deal.In the January 2011 referendum, some 99 percent of South Sudanese voted in favor of separation. The independent state of South Sudan was declared six months later. While he agreed to let South Sudan go, Bashir’s attitude to Darfur, where a conflict has raged since 2003 when rebels took up arms against alleged government discrimination, has been characterized by belligerence.But he denies international accusations that he has backed Arab Janjaweed militias accused of war crimes against the region’s black African communities.For years, Mr. Bashir resisted the deployment of UN peacekeepers to Darfur and any criticism from the West tends to make him and his allies dig in their heels.“We are telling those people who are saying that they want to put pressure on the Khartoum government that we will remain firm and never bow to anyone except the Almighty God,” he told cheering crowds in 2004.It is at these rallies, often dressed in his military uniform, that Mr. Bashir seems in his element – waving his walking stick in the air.He is shyer when it comes to the media and rarely gives one-to-one interviews.Correspondents say this may be because he is not very articulate, unlike his former enemy, John Garang, who died not long after becoming national vice-president.Bashir is a military person who has been in power for a while and he wants to assert military power, Hassan al-Turabi, Islamist leader said.But this means, says Mr. de Waal, that the president is often underestimated.“He is smarter than he appears. He’s somebody who apparently has a huge grasp of detail, but he’s very conscious of the fact that he’s not highly educated,” Mr de Waal says.He is said to enjoy a better relationship with Garang’s successor, Salva Kiir, precisely because the two men are career soldiers – ill at ease with clever, well-spoken politicians.Born in 1944 into a farming family, Mr. Bashir joined the army as a young man and rose through the ranks. He fought in the Egyptian army in the 1973 war against Israel.As head of state, his game has largely remained soldiering, the political leadership being taken by two other figures.The first in the 1990s was Hassan al-Turabi, a prominent Sunni Muslim, who advocates an Islamic state and ushered in a bill introducing Sharia to all provinces, but the South.After they fell out in 2000, Mr. Turabi told the BBC: “He is a military person who has been in power for a while and he wants to assert military power.”Then Osman Ali Taha, who negotiated the north-south deal and is now first vice-president, came to the fore. But his influence has since waned and the president has taken centre stage.“Bashir has emerged as exercising more power himself. There’s no one figure that overshadows him,” says Mr. de Waal.Mr. Bashir’s longevity in office, de Waal adds, is probably down to the fact that powerful rivals in the ruling National Congress Party distrust each other more than they do Mr Bashir.Oil money flows – and leavesLittle is known about the Sudanese leader’s private life. He has no children and in his 50s took a second wife.He married the widow of Ibrahim Shams al-Din, considered a war hero in the north – as an example to others, Mr. de Waal said. The long civil war had seen many colleagues fall, and he implored others to marry again so war widows could be taken care of.Mr. Bashir has presided over a flourishing economy. When he became president, it was punishable by death to be found in possession of US dollars.For a while, there were pockets full of dollars as the oil flowed. Controls were lifted and the telecommunications system revolutionized.But the South took three-quarters of the country’s oil with it and belts are now being tightened in Khartoum.Mr. Bashir denies accusations that access to government funds and oil money was an underlying cause of the unrest in Darfur.“In reality, the gist of the Darfur problem is just traditional conflict over resources, which has been coated with claims of marginalization,” he has said.He was angered and humiliated in May 2008 when Darfur rebels nearly entered Khartoum, his fortress capital.Many feared the International Criminal Court’s indictment against Bashir in March 2009 on five counts of crimes against humanity and two of war crimes would have provoked Mr. Bashir into flexing his muscles.But in February 2010 he signed a ceasefire with the Jem rebels who attacked Omdurman, just across the River Nile from Khartoum.However, Jem abandoned peace talks soon after, accusing Khartoum’s forces of launching new raids in Darfur.Mr. Bashir had said Sudan would not stand in the way of South Sudan’s independence, but tension has been rising since the region went its separate way.Both countries have accused each other of causing violent clashes around the new border.But while the rest of the region has been experiencing the tumultuous events of the Arab spring, Mr. Bashir has faced little political unrest.“Those who are waiting for the Arab Spring to come [to Sudan] will be waiting for a while,” local media quoted him as telling a meeting of his National Congress Party last November.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Guyana’s economy not performing as well as Govt reported

first_imgDear Editor,The Guyana economy cannot be performing as well as the PNC-led APNU+AFC Government would like people to believe.This is because people are struggling to pay their electricity bills, resulting in GPL having a deficit of $4.2 billion, as reported in the news article “GPL wallowing in $4.2B deficit” (Guyana Times, 15th August 2019).As the economy worsens, Guyanese will have less disposable income, hence they will seek to cut back on their expenditure, as is happening. Never mind the alleged increase in GDP, as this has been eroded away by higher taxation and by the widening in the goods and services being taxed.It is expected that GPL would finish the year with a $9.5 billion deficit, which is clearly a burden to taxpayers. Is the PNC-led APNU+AFC Government going to shutdown GPL as it downsized GuySuCo allegedly for being a burden on taxpayers? Clearly, Government needs to be consistent and “downsize” GPL.Yours faithfully,Sean Orilast_img read more

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UNMIL Draw Down Continues

first_imgThe Special Representative to the Secretary General, Madam Karin Landgren, has disclosed that the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) will continue to draw down its peace keeping mission in Liberia while increasing the presence of UNMIL’s police unit to prepare the Liberia National Police (LNP) for their eventual withdrawal.She made the disclosure over the weekend when she attended the contingent medal parade held at the Pakistani base around Hotel Africa.“For the past 10 years, we have worked with our Liberian counterparts towards maintaining peace and stability in Liberia. In June 2013, we successfully concluded the first phase of transition of security responsibilities from UNMIL to the Government of Liberia. This year, UNMIL is working closely with the Government in implementing the second phase of the security transition. This will also mark the departure of our PAKBATT 19 colleagues after serving diligently in Maryland, Grand Gedeh and River Gee Counties. Once again I want to take this opportunity to thank our Pakistani Peacekeepers for their contribution to peace and stability in Liberia over the past ten years,” she declared.  “As we continue to gradually draw down UNMIL forces in 2014, we are working with the government to continue building the capacity of Liberia’s security institutions, particularly the LNP and Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization (BIN).The SRSG also used the platform to encourage the Government, civil society, and all national bodies to continue to strengthen their contribution to preserving Liberia’s hard won peace, stating that “Every individual Liberian has a role to play by respecting the law and becoming engaged in civic duties for the well-being of this country. “Madam Landgren also called on UN Peacekeepers to be vigilant, stating, “As UN peacekeepers, you represent the United Nations during and outside working hours.  Your actions as peacekeepers should always remain professional and respectful.The UN seeks to set an example, through all of us. We can do this by preventing sexual exploitation and abuse, respecting and promoting human rights, and in taking good care of the environment. I count on all of us to live up to these expectations.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Imperial Oil reports first quarter profit down from year ago, raises dividend

first_imgCALGARY, A.B. – Imperial Oil Ltd. raised its dividend nearly 16 percent as it reported that its first-quarter profit fell compared with a year ago.The Calgary-based energy company says it will now pay a quarterly dividend of 22 cents per share, up from 19 cents.The increased payment to shareholders came as Imperial reported a profit of $293 million or 38 cents per diluted share for its first quarter.- Advertisement -That compared with a profit of $516 million or 62 cents per share in the same quarter last year.Rich Kruger, Imperial’s chairman and chief executive, says Alberta’s mandatory production curtailment order significantly affected the company’s financial performance.Kruger says improved upstream realizations were more than offset by reduced downstream margins.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Bolt arrives in Australia on football quest

first_img0Shares0000The eight-time Olympic champion and the fastest man on earth admitted to being nervous about what lay ahead © AFP/File / Saeed KHANSYDNEY, Australia, Aug 18 – Usain Bolt says he’s deadly serious about becoming a professional footballer and plans to show the world what he’s capable of after arriving in Australia Saturday for a trial stint with an A-League club.The superstar athlete has been given the chance to prove his worth by the Central Coast Mariners, who have agreed to let him train with the team indefinitely in his pursuit of a playing contract. They hope to turn him into A-League material in time for the start of the 2018/19 season in late October.Bolt, wearing a Mariners scarf, was met by a media scrum at Sydney airport and said he would push himself hard to make the grade.“I always put my best foot forward and I’m going to show the world what I’m made of,” he said.“This is real,” added the 31-year-old when asked if it was simply a stunt.“I’ve said since my last season of track and field that I want to play football and I know what I can do.“I’m grateful to the Mariners for giving me the opportunity and am happy to call Australia home for now.”Fans and a media scrum were waiting for Bolt at Sydney airport © AFP/File / Saeed KHANBolt has already tried out with teams in Germany, Norway and South Africa, to no avail, since retiring from athletics last year.Despite being an eight-time Olympic champion and the fastest man on earth, he admitted to being nervous about what lay ahead in the small town of Gosford, 75 kilometres (47 miles) north of Sydney, where the club is based.“Nerves will always be there, but I’m more excited than anything else,” said the Jamaican, who is set to have his first training session on Tuesday.Mariners chief executive Shaun Mielekamp has made clear Bolt won’t be getting any special treatment, although extra security guards will be on hand and club training sessions moved to a larger venue to accommodate the legions of fans who are expected to turn up to get a glimpse of Bolt.“The one thing we’ve been really firm on is that Usain, while trialling for a contract, be treated the same as any player,” Mielekamp said this week.“Obviously, we understand the realities of having somebody of his profile. But (when it comes to football) there will be no advantages.“And that’s what Bolt wants — this is about his football journey. He’s coming here for the right reasons.”Bolt dominated sprinting since taking double individual gold at the Beijing Olympics in 2008. He went on to win a further six Olympic golds and pick up 11 world titles.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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Adrian Durham mocks ‘typical Tottenham’ over new stadium delay

first_img smart causal Best clips, calls and talkSPORT moments of 2019, feat Hearn, McCoist and more talkSPORT presenter Adrian Durham has mocked Tottenham over their new stadium, insisting it was never going to be ready on time.The north London club announced that their new ground will not open as planned for the Premier League fixture against Liverpool on September 15 due to safety issues and have offered season ticket holders a partial refund. silverware “Did we all just know Spurs wouldn’t do their stadium right. Typical Spurs.”@talkSPORTDrive mocks #THFC over their new stadium problems 👀😂 pic.twitter.com/Fsn7rnPyTm— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) August 14, 2018“We all knew. Every Gooner listening to this will be nodding, every Chelsea fan will be saying ‘yes, we all knew.’“And do you know what’s really telling? I can just sense every Tottenham fan listening to this is nodding their heads saying: ‘he’s right, I hate to say it, he’s right.’”Wembley will host the Premier League fixtures against Liverpool and Cardiff, with no timescale currently set on the opening of the new stadium. England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won highlights How Arsenal could line up in Arteta’s first official game in charge – Ozil return? Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack Durham, speaking on Drive, believes everyone knew this would happen because it’s just what Spurs do.He said: “Didn’t we all just know this was going to happen? Come on, think about it.“Didn’t you all just know this would not be ready on time? You might’ve said it about Wembley ten years ago. You might’ve said it about other stadia that were built.“But didn’t you all just know Spurs wouldn’t have it done on time. They wouldn’t do it right.“Typical Spurs, they just never get it quite right, do they? 1 How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures center_img Tottenham predicted XI to face Brighton with Mourinho expected to make big changes ALTERED NEW ERA Tottenham’s new stadium possible standings gameday impact Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS Tottenham v Brighton LIVE: talkSPORT commentary and team news for Boxing Day opener last_img read more

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SOCCER – DONEGAL SCHOOLBOYS WEEKEND RESULTS

first_imgDONEGAL SCHOOLBOYS LEAGUERESULTSTHURSDAY South DivisionUnder-12 LeagueDonegal Town 0 v 2 Eany CelticEany Development Squad 1 v 6 Donegal/Killymard SATURDAY 14-9-2013East DivisionUnder-16 LeagueDrumkeen United 8 v 0 Castlefin CelticBallybofey United 2 v 2 Lifford Celtic Curragh Athletic 1 v 0 Cappry RoversConvoy Arsenal Free WeekendUnder-12 LeagueCappry Rovers 4 v 5 Drumkeen United Lifford Celtic P v P Castlefin CelticConvoy Arsenal P v P Curragh AthleticRaphoe Town 0 v 0 Fintown HarpsSouth DivisionUnder-16 LeagueDunkineely Celtic 0 v 1 Eany CelticDonegal Town 6 v 0 St. CatherinesErne Wanderers Free WeekendUnder-12 LeagueErne Wanderers 7 v 2 Dunkineely CelticSt. Catherines 5 v 1 Drumbar F.C.Letterkenny DivisionUnder-16 LeagueGlenea United 3 v 1 Milford UnitedSwilly Ramblers 0 v 6 Letterkenny RoversDunfanaghy Youths 0 v 6 Swilly RoversBallyare Diamonds 0 v 6 Bonagee UnitedBonagee Arcade 1 v 8 Keadue RoversIllistrin United P v 0 Gweedore UnitedMulroy Academy 6 v 0 Gweedore CelticUnder-14 Premier LeagueLetterkenny Rovers 3 v 0 Kilmacrennan CelticSwilly Rovers 10 v 0 Illistrin UnitedBonagee United 8 v 0 Dunfanaghy YouthsLagan Harps 5 v 5 Mulroy AcademyMilford United 3 v 1 Ballyraine UnitedUnder-14 1st DivisionCappry Crusaders 5 v 0 Swilly RamblersLetterkenny Crusaders 10 v 1 Ballyraine CelticLetterkenny United 0 v 6 Bonagee ArcadeUnder-12 Premier LeagueLetterkenny Rovers 11 v 0 Ballyraine UnitedKilmacrennan Celtic 7 v 1 Dunfanaghy YouthsMulroy Academy 1 v 3 Milford UnitedLagan Harps 0 v 5 Bonagee UnitedSwilly Rovers 0 v 2 GlencarIllistrin United Free WeekendUnder-12 1st DivisionGlencar Hammers (above) who beat Bonagee Arcade below in a terrific encounter at Rockhill.Glencar Hammers 4 v 0 Bonagee ArcadeLurgy Celtic 1 v 1 Cappry CrusadersSwilly Ramblers 2 v 7 Letterkenny CrusadersNorthwest DivisionUnder-14 LeagueGlenea United 2 v 6 Gweedore CelticDungloe Town 8 v 2 Gweedore UnitedKeadue Rovers Free WeekendUnder-12 LeagueGlenea United 1 v 6 Gweedore CelticDungloe Town 0 v 3 Gweedore UnitedGlenree United 2 v 4 Keadue RoversSOCCER – DONEGAL SCHOOLBOYS WEEKEND RESULTS was last modified: September 15th, 2013 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:Donegal Schoolboys Leaguelast_img read more

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Roemmich Selected to NFCA Midwest All-Region Second Team

first_imgRoemmich played in 49 games, including starting the final 38 games at shortstop, in her first season. The local product from West Des Moines Valley set the table for Drake’s offense in the leadoff spot with a team-leading .380 batting average. Roemmich raised her play in Missouri Valley Conference action with a .432 batting average, which ranked second in the league. For the season, Roemmich had a team-leading 11 doubles, 52 hits and .481 on-base percentage and was second in runs scored with 26. In the field, she tallied a .967 fielding percentage along with 79 putouts, 102 assists and committed just six errors. Roemmich garnered All-MVC Second Team accolades for her breakout freshman season. LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Freshman Mandi Roemmich (West Des Moines, Iowa) of the Drake University softball team has been selected to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Midwest All-Region Second Team, the association announced on Thursday, May 18. The all-region selections honor softball student-athletes from the NFCA’s 10 regions with first, second and third team selections. NFCA member coaches from each respective region voted on the teams, and all the honorees now become eligible for selection to the 2017 NFCA Division I All-American squads. 667 student-athletes from 175 programs received 2017 NFCA Division I All-Region accolades.   Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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Men’s Soccer Falls at Valparaiso, 1-0

first_imgDespite the road defeat, Drake (6-6-3, 1-3-2 MVC) secured the No. 6 and final spot in next week’s Missouri Valley Conference Championship, Nov. 7-9-11, in Evansville, Ind. as Evansville bested Bradley, 4-3, in a wild back-and-forth match Saturday to knock out the Braves from the six-team field. Valparaiso (5-7-4, 2-1-3 MVC) locked up the No. 3 seed and will play Drake once again with the tournament match scheduled for 3 p.m. on Wednesday afternoon in Evansville on ESPN+. The winner of Wednesday’s match advances to the semifinals to play No. 2 Loyola Friday afternoon at 3 p.m. Live Stats Next Game: Saturday evening, Mason Marcey scored the winner and his first goal of the season for the Crusaders in the 29th minute. Wednesday will be the second straight season, Drake and Valpo face each other in the MVC Tournament. The Bulldogs beat the Crusaders, 4-2, in the 2017 MVC play-in game in Bradley, Ill.”The result tonight didn’t match the performance,” said Drake head coach Gareth Smith. “Overall we performed well for periods of the game, especially when we were in their attacking middle to final third. Yet again we created enough chances but just haven’t found the back of the net. A lot of credit goes to their goalkeeper who made three amazing saves in the game including the PK. We just have to polish up our finishing and take our chances earlier in games so that we don’t allow the opponent to stay in the the game. The important thing is that we are creating chances and once we get that next goal our front lines confidence will grow and we will start to see these performances turn results in our favor. We did enough to qualify for the postseason tournament and the goal of winning the MVC is still up for grabs so we head home, focus on preparations, and get back on the bus to Indiana in a few days time ready to take on Valpo yet again.” Print Friendly Version Full Schedule Roster ESPN+ Watch Livecenter_img Drake pushed for the equalizer after Marcey’s goal, but couldn’t get one by Valpo goalkeeper Nacho Miras who made six saves in the match. Redshirt junior Cole Poppen (Ankeny, Iowa) led the Bulldogs with three shots on goal, including a penalty kick in the 84th minute. However, Miras stopped it to preserve the Crusaders’ lead. Steven Enna (Overland Park, Kan.) and Leroy Enzugusi (Marion, Iowa) had shots after the PK, but Miras saved Enna’s attempt and Enzugusi’s was blocked. VALPARAISO, Ind. – Valparaiso edged the Drake University men’s soccer team, 1-0, Saturday evening at Brown Field in the regular season finale for both teams. vs. Valparaiso 11/7/2018 – 3 p.m. Story Links PDF Box Score Previewlast_img read more

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