“But I don’t mind this. This is nice. It feels like everything this year, it’s more subdued, it’s more relaxed. That’s the feel for me, anyway.“Obviously Bryson is going to be feeling a little different because the attention is on him and deservedly so coming off the back of a major win and basically disrupting the game of golf over the last few months. It’s a big story, and I’m just as intrigued as everyone else to see how that unfolds.” Rory McIlroy on Augusta National: “I still think this golf course provides enough of a challenge to challenge the best players in the world”; watch The Masters live on Sky Sports’ dedicated channel from Thursday to Sunday with Featured Group coverage from 12.30pm on Thursday Last Updated: 11/11/20 6:16am McIlroy, who is once again chasing a career Grand Slam this week, admits he has not been at his best playing with no crowds since the restart, but was encouraged by his performance last time when he tied for 17th place at the ZoZo Championship.“Look, the game feels pretty good,” added the Northern Irishman. “Before the world changed in March, I was playing pretty good. I got to No 1 in the world, was playing pretty consistent golf, and then after we came back out of the lockdown, there’s been really good stuff in there, but there’s been some lacklustre stuff, too, lapses of concentration. You know, sometimes feeling like you’re out there and it doesn’t really count.
Comments Published on March 29, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Michael: email@example.com | @Michael_Cohen13 JoJo Marasco was one move away from being in the clear. With less than 80 seconds remaining in Saturday’s 5-4 win over Villanova, Syracuse head coach John Desko put the ball in the stick of the sophomore attack with his team up by a goal.The task was simple: run out the final 1:17 and preserve a victory.‘I thought I was going to be able to run out the clock,’ Marasco said. ‘Coach told me not to make too many moves, and I was going to make that last move and just run it behind. Hopefully outrun them.’But a well-timed check from Villanova’s Brian Karalunas poked the ball free, and the Wildcat defender took off downfield to set up the tying goal.It’s a series of events that has reared its ugly head twice so far already against the Orange, and the season is only at its midway point. Two weeks before Marasco’s blunder, midfielder Jovan Miller lost the ball in a game against Georgetown that allowed the Hoyas to sprint downfield and score to send the game into overtime. An inability to protect the ball late in games isn’t a good sign for a team hoping to make push to the final four.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIn the Orange’s first trip away from home of the season on March 12 against Georgetown, Desko called timeout when his team had possession with 1:16 to go. Much like this past Saturday, he entrusted Marasco to essentially play keep-away from the Hoyas defense and not make a mistake.But when Marasco was double-teamed with 43 seconds left, Desko called another timeout and assigned the task to Miller. He was harassed by GU’s Gerry Reilly and dropped the ball. Reilly sprinted downfield, ripped a shot from the right of the goal and stunned Syracuse by tying the game with five seconds left.‘We expected as a defense knowing that we were going to keep the ball up top and try and keep it from going behind,’ SU goaltender John Galloway said after the eventual win over Georgetown. ‘We knew if anything went wrong, they had an opportunity to get the ball up the field quickly.’And in both those chances the Orange had to preserve the game, it has gone wrong. Miller and Marasco each turned the ball over, and the opponent took advantage with a long sprint the other way to set up a transition goal.Though Galloway knows those chances are possible, he’s 0-for-2 in save situations this season. It’s something the senior certainly isn’t pleased with thus far.‘Whatever happened there, you just have to make that save,’ he said.Close games mean smaller rotationOf the Orange’s seven wins, five of them have come by a combined seven goals. Three have come by one goal. And two have come in overtime.Put simply, there hasn’t been any room for error.‘It’s been difficult with the kinds of games that we’ve been in,’ Desko said following his team’s win over Albany on March 15. ‘We’ve been in these one- and two-goal games, and you bring somebody in and they’re cold. They turn the ball over, and you kind of question yourself.’And with those thoughts playing through his head, the SU head coach has kept his younger players off the field for the most part. Of the 54 players on Syracuse’s roster, only 25 have made appearances in at least five games this season. Much of the monster 19-member freshman class hasn’t gotten a chance to gain any experience.Though the team’s record remains perfect at 7-0, Desko said he needs to find ways to get these younger players on the field. At any given moment, a starter can go down. And with a bench that is filled with inexperience and youth, a drop-off in ability is likely to follow.‘If we had an injury, we’ve got to get some of these guys some game experience for the future,’ Desko said. ‘I think that’s the silver lining that we’ll take out of it.’The silver lining he spoke of was a game against Albany in which the Orange cruised to a comfortable 18-13 victory. Desko was able to mix in a wealth of younger players and finally give the future of his program some minutes.Eleven different players scored for Syracuse in that game, and nine different players tallied an assist.‘It was great tonight that these guys could get in and feel comfortable and find their way,’ Desko said following the game.Chris Daddio is one freshman, though, who has been making his presence felt on the field this season, despite all of the close games. He’s appeared in all seven games SU has played, taking 47 faceoffs for the Orange. He’s won 21 of them — second most behind senior Jeremy Thompson.Daddio’s best moment of the season came in that game against Georgetown. After the Hoyas stunningly sent the game to overtime, Daddio won the opening faceoff. SU never relinquished possession, and a few minutes later Stephen Keogh netted the game-winner.It was an important play by a first-year player that didn’t go unnoticed by one of the veterans.‘Daddio comes out as a freshman and makes a great play to get the ball back to me after winning the faceoff,’ Galloway said. ‘It’s one thing on the stat sheet, but that probably won us the game.’firstname.lastname@example.org— Staff writer Zach Brown contributed reporting to this article. Facebook Twitter Google+read more
New Polish poker table in BetGames section for STS July 15, 2020 Submit Share Share Related Articles Nuno Gomes joins BetConstruct and FeedConstruct as brand ambassador June 18, 2020 StumbleUpon VBET agrees Armenian Premier League and Armenian Cup sponsorship August 13, 2020 Vahe Baloulian, BetConstructIndustry platform and systems provider BetConstruct has today announced that Vahe Baloulian is to step down as Chief Executive Officer of the company.Baloulian will transfer leadership of the firm to BetConstruct founder and current Executive Chairman Vigen Badalyan, who is expected to takeover CEO duties effective 1 November 2017.An executive of BetConstruct since 2011, Baloulian first joined the company as a strategic advisor, taking over corporate leadership in 2015.As leader of BetConstruct, Baloulian has led a number of technology-led initiatives focusing on optimising BetConstruct’s industry services, product portfolio and client delivery.Baloulian will remain with BetConstruct for a short leadership transition period. Once complete Baloulian will continue to advise BetConstruct governance as a new non-executive director.In its corporate statement, BetConstruct detailed that Baloulian wished to work on personal projects. As yet, the company has made no official comment on its change of leadership.read more
After the Executive Board of the Football Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, on 21.12.2019, appointed Dušan Bajević as head coach of the BH “A” national team, in addition to the official presentation of the head coach and technical staff, several specific activities were carried out in the past period in order to prepare as high as possible prior to the play-off matches.“I am pleased with the way my associates perform their tasks”, said head coach Duško Bajević and continued, “We aim to talk to certain players before the preparations, and it is known that we visited Džeko, Pjanić, returned Lulić, met with Višća. It is important for us to hear the players’ thoughts, to get to know each other, because there will not be enough time for this when we have already gathered. We follow not only those who have been a part of the national team so far, but also those who could possibly join.”Bajević added in the end that each of his associates had specific responsibilities and that the activities of our opponents in the play-off for qualification for the 2020 EURO were taken into consideration. The head coach announced his arrival at the “House of Football” in mid-February, when he would summarize with his associates the first part of the work done.By March, a number of analyses need to be done, including not only opponents, but also the games of our national team players in past qualifications.read more
A man came home drunk, dragged his mother across her kitchen by the hair and then threatened to stab her.Paul McLaughlin appeared at Letterkenny District Court in Co Donegal charged with assault and criminal damage. On July 6th, 2017 McLaughlin came home from the pub after being drinking all day and attacked his mother Bridie at Uachtarach, Gortahork.This sparked three days of offences carried out by McLaughlin against his family.The following day he attacked his sister Mary McLaughlin’s car and smashed her windscreen after kicking it.And the next day he was charged with threatening and abusive behaviour at his mother’s house and was abusive to Gardai when they arrived.His mother had been left terrified by the initial incident after McLaughlin dragged her across her kitchen by her hair to a draw where knives were kept and told her he was going to stab her.A family member intervened and prevented McLaughlin for going any further, the court heard.The court heard that the accused, of Meenacung, Dunlewey, has 34 previous convictions and had served a three-year prison sentence for assault causing harm.His solicitor, Mr Patsy Gallagher, said McLaughlin had an ongoing battle with both drink and drugs.He had apologised to his mother and was now in telephone contact with her.Judge Paul Kelly remanded the accused on continuing bail to December and ordered a community service and probation report.Man dragged mother by hair to knife drawer and threatened to stab her was last modified: October 1st, 2018 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:donegaldragDunlewyGardaihairMOTHERPaul McLaughlinstabread more