Hisar: Sports Authority of India (SAI) beat Chandigarh to win the 9th Hockey India Senior Women National Championship 2019 (B Division), here on Sunday. Sonia (16th minute), Anima Tiru (32nd), Alka Dungdung (41st) and Pramila Sorena (60th) scored a goal each to clinically demolish Chandigarh’s defence. Sarabdeep Kaur was the lone scorer for Chandigarh. In the match for the third place, Steel Plant Sports Board beat UCO Bank 1-0. Mamta Bhatt scored the lone goal of the match in the 28th minute. (IANS)Also Read: Sports News
The Trojans aim to end their longest losing streak since 2003 when they face Oregon (13-5, 4-2) at Matthew Knight Arena on Thursday. The Pac-12 matchup is the first of a two-game road trip for USC in the Beaver State, concluding on Saturday with a game against Oregon State (11-7, 1-5).Leader of the pack · In last week’s loss to the Bruins, Maurice Jones was the only Trojan in double figures. Jones scored 13 points. – Luciano Nunez | Daily TrojanThe Ducks are coming off a 59-57 road victory against Arizona, handing the Wildcats their second home loss of the season. The Trojans, meanwhile, are trying to move on from a blowout loss against crosstown rival UCLA.“We have to get back on track,” said freshman guard Alexis Moore, “It’s obvious we need a win, so our goal is to get better in practice every day.”USC coach Kevin O’Neill echoed similar sentiments as his team geared up for a difficult inter-conference clash.“Win or lose, your job is to do your job on every play, every single day,” O’Neill said. “That’s the way we approach practice, shooting, individual work, all of that.”Even as the losses continue to pile up, the Trojans have maintained a positive outlook regarding their upcoming schedule.“In terms of team morale, we still have to stick together and keep spirits high in order to finish out the rest of the season,” Moore said.One point of emphasis for the Trojans against Oregon will be the rebounding battle, especially after getting dominated on the boards by the Bruins by a wide margin — 66-47.“I’m going to have to start really focusing on [rebounding],” said redshirt sophomore forward Dewayne Dedmon.The Ducks are a veteran-laden team, starting three seniors and two juniors. Meanwhile, the Trojans are a much younger squad without any seniors logging significant minutes.“[It’s] not just that [the Ducks are] older, they’re talented,” O’Neill said. “They’re playing well right now, and they’re playing at home. It’s going to be a challenge. We’ll have to play our best game to have a chance to win.”In addition to their edge in the experience department, Oregon has multiple shooters whom the Trojans will need to keep from getting hot from beyond the arc.“We basically have to run them off of threes and contest all their two-point jump shots,” Moore said. “Obviously they’re going to make some shots, but our goal is to try to minimize that as much as possible. We have to get up in them and pressure them and force the drive.”Forward E.J. Singler, perhaps the Ducks’ biggest offensive threat, garnered high praise from O’Neill.“I don’t think there’s any question. … He’s one of the best [in the Pac-12],” O’Neill said. “Singler is the guy that glues this team together, and he has a bunch of guys he’s played with that understand the game.”After Thursday’s game, the Trojans will take on the Pac-12’s most potent offensive squad, Oregon State. The Beavers are averaging 82.7 points per game — tied for fifth-highest in the country and nearly 30 points higher than USC’s current output (53.6 points per game).As the Trojans play out the two-game set against Oregon teams and move on in Pac-12 play, O’Neill has a message for disgruntled USC hoops fans in search of some victories.“I understand [fans’] frustration,” O’Neill said. “I’m frustrated too, the players are frustrated … We appreciate their loyalty, we appreciate them cheering for their team.”
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LIVE TV Last Updated: 12th December, 2019 22:24 IST UFC: Relive The Fight Where Amanda Nunes Was Knocked Out By Cat Zingano At UFC 178 Amanda Nunes is known for demolishing her opponents, but the two-division champion got knocked out cold in a fight against Cat Zingano. Watch the fight. COMMENT Also Read | Jorge Masvidal Expresses Shocking Retirement Plans, Vows To Win Real UFC TitleAlso Read | Miesha Tate Gives Former Rival Amanda Nunes ‘G.O.A.T’ Recognition FOLLOW US Also Read | Colby Covington Makes Special Trump Tower Visit Before UFC 245 Fight, Promises To WinUFC 245: Amanda Nune’s statusAmanda Nunes had a terrible run in UFC since her defeat against Cat Zingano but she is considered as one of the most feared women inside the octagon. After successfully knocking out Holly Holm at UFC 239., she is ready to go against her former rival Germaine de Randamie at UFC 245. Will Amanda Nunes retain her title or will Germaine de Randamie shock the world? What do you think? Raj Sarkar First Published: 12th December, 2019 22:24 IST SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE Amanda Nunes is undoubtedly the greatest female fighter of all time with two UFC titles on her shoulder. The first and only women’s double champ of UFC is currently on a 9-fight-winning streak. She is ready to defend her bantamweight title against Germaine de Randamie at the year ending PPV UFC 245. Well, if you are an MMA fan, it is hard to think of Amanda Nunes as a loser. The Brazilian lioness has defeated all the legendary women on the roster including the likes of Ronda Rousey, Cris Cyborg, Holly Holm and Valentina Shevchenko among others. However, there has been a fight where Amanda Nunes was overpowered by her opponent and she was left bloodied after the fight. Can you guess the opponent?Also Read | UFC: Dana White Confirms Khabib-Conor Rematch On The Cards, Khabib Begs To DifferUFC: Throwback to Amanda Nune’s devastating lossIt is hard to imagine Amanda Nunes losing at this stage but Cat Zingano delivered the first UFC loss of Amanda Nunes’ career at UFC 178 in 2014. It was one of the best fights in Women’s MMA history as both gladiators locked their horns inside the octagon. A young Amanda Nunes started the fight strong and dominated Cat Zingano in the first round. However, Zingano turned things around from round number two. She ended up knocking out the Brazilian in the third round. Cat Zingano unleashed a series of horrific elbows and punches over her Brazilian opponent. Amanda Nunes could not deliver anything in response. She was left bloodied and bruised at the end of the fight. Take a look at the throwback fight between Cat Zingano and Amanda Nunes from 2014. Written By
Mateusz Juroszek – Non-stop STS will expand amid industry disruptions August 12, 2020 MoneyMatrix boosts wire transfer options by integrating Klarna’s Sofort August 24, 2020 Share Share Submit Related Articles StumbleUpon Martin Lycka – Regulatory high temperatures cancel industry’s ‘silly season’ August 11, 2020 Despite rumours of a potential public offering, Austrian gambling group Novomatic is reported to be eyeing a German market expansion for its Admiral Sportwetten retail betting subsidiary.Industry news source InterGame reports that Novomatic governance are studying potential market entry options with the firm seeking to quickly establish the Admiral brand within the German retail sector.Stated its intent, Novomatic has formed a three-man executive team of Heiko Busse MD of gaming machine subsidiary Crown Technologies, Jurgen Irsigler MD of Admiral Sports Austria and Mehmet Celikoglu MD of Admiral Arcades to guide its German strategy.The company is further reported to be eyeing potential corporate acquisitions, to gain a swift market foothold. Novomatic governance views Germany, as an organic market in which to grow its retail betting services developed in its home of Austria.At present, Novomatic’s Admiral division has over 250 betting points in Austria. The Admiral brand has further presence in the European markets of the Czech Rep, Italy, Serbia and Romania.Throughout, 2016 Novomatic governance detailed to investors and stakeholders that the company would pursue an aggressive international expansion for its services and divisions.
Daniel Sturridge has exclusively told Sky Sports that he has ‘unfinished business’ and wants to return to the Premier League. The former England striker has been out of the game since leaving Turkish side Trabzonspor in March after being handed a four-month ban for breaching the FA’s gambling regulations.But Sturridge has maintained his training schedule at his base in Los Angeles and says he is ready to attack the next chapter in his career.“We have options around the world but I’m an English player and I’ve always loved playing in the Premier League,” he said.“I believe I’ve got a lot to give to the Premier League and I would say that’s my first choice. I do feel I have unfinished business so I would like to go back and play there.“I’m open to playing in other leagues, it’s not just the Premier League I’m going to consider, but to come back to England and give my best would be a huge option for me.“I’m very excited, I’m hungrier than ever and I’m totally focused on the next chapter.”Sturridge, who turns 31 next month, has scored 105 goals in 306 appearances in English football during spells with Manchester City, Chelsea, Bolton, Liverpool and West Brom.He has been linked with clubs in the Premier League and abroad, and believes his current situation makes him an attractive proposition.“I’d like to think I’m one of the better options for teams,” he added.“I’m a free agent and I’ve played for a lot of top clubs around the world. I’m just ready to help a team be successful and to be a big part of their plans.“I believe there’s a lot left in these legs. Although I’ve been around a long time, I would say that there’s miles on the clock but this vehicle has a lot left.”
At 11pm on 4 August 1914 the lights around Europe went out as Britain declared war on Germany. As the moment approached, the British Foreign Secretary Sir Edward Grey made the famous remark: “The lamps are going out all over Europe; we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime”. On Monday night Wembley will join the UK wide ‘Lights Out’ campaign to commemorate the start of one of the darkest periods in British history. The national stadium will show the words ‘Lest We Forget’ on the screen from 9pm and then at 10pm the screen will be switched off in line with the Lights Out campaign. Lights Out, working closely with the Royal British Legion, will be one of the largest participatory events of its kind ever seen in the UK, and will complement the candlelit vigil held at Westminster Abbey on Monday.
The Boston #RedSox today signed RHP Nathan Eovaldi to a four-year contract through the 2022 season. The club’s 40-man roster is now at 40. pic.twitter.com/Hq5i74d0Xr— Boston Red Sox (@RedSox) December 6, 2018According to multiple reports, the deal is worth $67.5 million. Nathan Eovaldi’s first three months with the Red Sox went pretty well, so the pitcher has decided to stick around. Eovaldi has signed a new four-year deal, the Red Sox announced Thursday. Troy Tulowitzki among Blue Jays veterans GM puts on notice The 28-year-old right-hander posted a 3.33 ERA in 12 regular-season appearances (11 starts) after arriving in a July 25 trade with Tampa Bay. Related News MLB hot stove: Cardinals, Diamondbacks agree to Paul Goldschmidt deal He was even better in a hybrid role throughout the postseason, allowing just four earned runs in 22 1/3 innings across two starts and four relief appearances. Originally drafted by the Dodgers in 2008, Eovaldi also pitched for the Marlins before beginning his tour of the AL East with the Yankees, Rays and Red Sox.
WEEK 16 NON-PPR RANKINGS:Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | KickerBoth the Dolphins and Bengals are in the top 10 in fantasy points allowed to QBs, so statistically, these are good matchups. And, statistically, these are QBs who can take advantage of favorable matchups. Realistically, though, you probably don’t want to trust either with your fantasy championships on the line. However, they are the top widely available streamers, and they’re better than a lot of bigger-name QBs this week, such as Tom Brady (vs. Bills), Derek Carr (@ Chargers), Carson Wentz (vs. Cowboys), Josh Allen (@ Patriots), Baker Mayfield (vs. Ravens), and even Kirk Cousins (vs. Packers). If you were counting on any of those guys, you might be forced to go with FitzMagic or the Red Rifle. WEEK 16 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Wide receiver | Tight endIf you have to dig even deeper, you should be able to live with Gardner Minshew (@ Falcons) or Drew Lock (vs. Lions) thanks to highly favorable matchups, and even Mitchell Trubisky (vs. Chiefs), who’s averaged 298.5 passing yards, 28.5 rushing yards, and 2.5 TDs over his past four games, is in play. The Chiefs are quietly solid against the pass, especially WRs, so Trubisky doesn’t have as much upside as you might think, but clearly he’s playing well and could be in position to run a lot next Sunday night. MORE WEEK 16: Waiver pickups | FAAB planning | Stock watch | Snap counts | Fantasy playoff tipsBut, again, do you trust Trubisky with a fantasy title on the line? Probably not, but we see crazy Week 16 performances every year, and given all the tough matchups for decent starters this week, someone like Fitzpatrick, Dalton, Minshew, Lock, or Trubisky just might be who you have to turn to. WEEK 16 DFS LINEUPS:FD Cash | FD GPP | DK Cash | DK GPP | Y! Cash | Y! GPP It’s easy to think that Lamar Jackson and Deshaun Watson or Patrick Mahomes are the starting QBs in every fantasy football championship game, but you might be surprised by how many owners are streaming quarterbacks this time of year. In the Sporting News Experts League, Ryan Tannehill and Ryan Fitzpatrick were starting in the semis (the Tannehill team is in position to win, the Fitzpatrick team lost) against Jameis Winston and Drew Brees — nary a Jackson, Mahomes, Watson, or Russell Wilson to be found. Does that mean our Week 16 fantasy QB rankings are irrelevant…or more important that ever?Eh, let’s say both. If you’ve made your title game, chances are you’re set at QB — either because you have a stud or you’ve been preparing for this week and have your stream safely tucked away on your bench. But if you just want to weigh your options, there are several interesting candidates, starting with a Toilet Bowl matchup in Miami, where Ryan Fitzpatrick and Andy Dalton are squaring off. Note: These rankings will be updated throughout the week, so check back for player movement and individual analysis.MORE WEEK 16 DFS: Stacks | Values | Lineup BuilderWeek 16 Fantasy QB RankingsThese rankings are for standard leagues with 4-point passing TDs.RankPlayer1Lamar Jackson, BAL @ CLE2Russell Wilson, SEA vs. ARZ3Deshaun Watson, HOU @ TB4Patrick Mahomes II, KC @ CHI5Jameis Winston, TB vs. HOU6Dak Prescott, DAL @ PHI7Drew Brees, NO @ TEN8Ryan Tannehill, TEN vs. NO9Matt Ryan, ATL vs. JAX10Philip Rivers, LAC vs. OAK11Aaron Rodgers, GB @ MIN12Kyler Murray, ARZ @ SEA13Ryan Fitzpatrick, MIA vs. CIN14Andy Dalton, CIN @ MIA15Mitchell Trubisky, CHI vs. KC16Drew Lock, DEN vs. DET17Gardner Minshew, JAX @ ATL18Jimmy Garoppolo, SF vs. LAR19Kirk Cousins, MIN vs. GB20Carson Wentz, PHI vs. DAL21Jacoby Brissett, IND vs. CAR22Josh Allen, BUF @ NE23Derek Carr, OAK @ LAC24Jared Goff, LAR @ SF25Daniel Jones, NYG @ WAS26Baker Mayfield, CLE vs. BAL27Tom Brady, NE vs. BUF28Devlin Hodges, PIT @ NYJ29Dwayne Haskins, WAS vs. NYG30Sam Darnold, NYJ vs. PIT31Will Grier, CAR @ IND32David Blough, DET @ DEN
London, United Kingdom | AFP |Jose Mourinho faces a trip to the seaside in his first Premier League game in charge of Manchester United as they face Bournemouth in the Premier League fixtures unveiled on Wednesday.His bitter rival from his days in charge of Real Madrid in Spain, former Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola now in charge of city rivals Manchester City, will host Sunderland, who just escaped the drop last season.Current Italy coach Antonio Conte faces a highly-charged first game in the dugout for Chelsea as he has a London derby with Slaven Bilic’s West Ham. — Premier League (@premierleague) June 15, 2016Another of the influx of top class continental European coaches, Jurgen Klopp, will begin his first full season in charge — having replaced Brendan Rodgers in the middle of last term — by taking his Liverpool outfit to face French veteran Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal.Champions Leicester have a gentle start away at newly-promoted Hull, but then have their credentials tested to the full when they host the Gunners, who finished runners-up, the week after.Two former Southampton bosses will trade blows on the pitch as Ronald Koeman’s first taste as Everton manager will be to host Spurs, coached by his predecessor at Saints, Maurico Pochettino.Only a year ago Koeman criticised Pochettino for ditching Southampton before his contract was up — only for Koeman to do the same thing when he took the Everton job on Tuesday.Share on: WhatsApp #DidYouKnow you can get the 2016/17 Premier League fixtures in your calendar ??Download: https://t.co/RKfubeLoOH pic.twitter.com/olmIG1ec2K