Japan floods leave 20 dead
A car stands vertically on a muddy road after being washed away by flood, in Hitoyoshi, Kumamoto prefecture, southwestern Japan, Sunday, July 5, 2020. KYODO NEWS VIA AP Rescue helicopters and boats plucked more people from their homes in the Kumamoto region. Up to 10,000 defense troops, the coast guard and fire brigades are taking part in the operation. TOKYO – Deep floodwaters and the risk of more mudslides that left about 20 people confirmed or presumed dead hampered search and rescue operations on Sunday in southern Japan, including at elderly home facilities where more than a dozen perished and scores are still stranded. Large areas along the Kuma River were swallowed by floodwaters with many houses, buildings and vehicles submerged almost up to their roofs. Mudslides smashed into houses, sending people atop rooftops waiving at rescuers. (AP)
2 persons injured in road accident
BACOLOD City – Two persons were hurt in a road accident in Barangay Luna, Cadiz City, Negros Occidental. The 35-year-old James Colonia and 21-year-old Rosa Ann Galang – all residents of the village – sustained body injuries, a police report showed. According to police investigators, the incident happened around 7:30 a.m. on Aug. 5. Atillo, meanwhile, was detained in the lockup cell of the Cadiz City police station, facing charges./PN Galang and Colonia were brought to the Cadiz District Hospital for medical treatment. The former was later transferred to a hospital in this city. A tanker truck driven by Allan Atillo, 53, of Mandaue City, Cebu hit a tricycle Galang was riding and then Colonia who was at a waiting shed.
Red-hot Geraghty out on his Own
The two-mile Grade One appeared a good opportunity for Arkle Trophy runner-up Champagne Fever to regain winning ways for Willie Mullins and Ruby Walsh and the 5-4 favourite was soon bowling along towards the head of affairs, but was never allowed to dictate matters, firstly being pressed by Arnaud until Alan King’s Aintree winner Balder Succes ranged up to challenge leaving the back straight. The big two swung for home ready to fight it out, but first Champagne Fever dropped away and then outsiders God’s Own and Moscow Mannon began to bridge the gap. Press Association God’s Own came with a withering late run in the hands of Barry Geraghty to spring a huge surprise in the Ryanair Novice Chase at Punchestown. Balder Succes did his best to fend them off, but having benefited from more patient rides, that pair went to the front after the final fence and it was 25-1 shot God’s Own who got the better of 20-1 chance Moscow Mannon by half a length. Balder Succes ran with plenty of credit in third, but Champagne Fever was ultimately disappointing. Geraghty said: “We went plenty quick and I was always close enough but I was on the stretch a little bit. He was a little bit slow three out but I was still hopeful and he pinged the last and it won the race for him. “I had a question mark about Champagne Fever going into the race and all we could do was follow him and try to beat him and thankfully we beat him today.” Gloucestershire-based George said: “He had a couple of lengths to find with Balder Succes on his Kempton run earlier in the season, but we knew he’d be a better horse in the spring and we were happier coming here. “We purposely hadn’t run him (since February), so he’d be a novice for next season. Barry was excellent on him, but I’m sorry for Paddy Brennan who has done all the work on him. “He was a very hard horse when he was a young horse and has taken a lot of handling, but he was always very talented and we knew he’d be very good. He’s a stayer and he’ll get further in time. He’s almost half-mad and Barry said he goes down to the last and he really wants to do it.” It was a welcome change of luck for the trainer after stable star Module had to be pulled up in Tuesday’s Boylesports.com Champion Chase having being badly hampered by the fall of Hidden Cyclone. He said: “This week hasn’t really gone our way so far and I said to Barry beforehand, ‘let’s try and complete the course on this one!'”
Other Sports On National Sports Day, A Bharat Ratna For Dhyan Chand Could Have Been An Apt Tribute
New Delhi: August 29 is National Sports Day in India. The occasion celebrates the birth of Major Dhyan Chand, the hockey wizard who put India on the global sporting map before any other sportsmen ever did. Dhyan Chand’s wizardry in the game of hockey has been well-documented for many decades. In previous years, the government used to conduct functions on National Sports Day to award the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna and other sports awards. Under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Khelo India Youth Games was launched in 2018 to promote Grassroots development for Sports in India while in 2019, on Dhyan Chand’s 114th birthday, the Prime Minister launched the ‘Fit India’ campaign at the Indira Gandhi Stadium. At the launch of the Fit India Movement, Prime Minister Modi remarked, “On this day a great sportsperson was born, Major Dhyan Chand. He amazed the world with his his fitness, stamina, and hockey stick.” While all the efforts from the government are praiseworthy to a certain extent, the broad fact remains that movements like Khelo India and Fit India seem empty tributes to Dhyan Chand. Dhyan Chand helped India to three Olympic gold medals in the years – 1928, 1932 and 1936. He had scored over 400 goals in 22 years, spanning from 1926 to 1948. He was bestowed with India’s third-highest civilian honour, Padma Bhushan in 1956 while the Major Dhyan Chand Award is the highest award for lifetime achievement in sports and games in India. However, there is still one major award that has eluded Dhyan Chand and there is a demand that he be given this honour even today. The Bharat Ratna is India’s highest civilian award in the country. The award is conferred “in recognition of exceptional service/performance of the highest order”. Many prominent personalities who have boosted India’s image on the world stage have gotten this award. Some politicians decided to give the award to themselves while some who are not deserving have gotten this accolade, except Dhyan Chand. On every Quora thread and articles on Dhyan Chand, the major question that millions of sports fans are asking ‘Why no Bharat Ratna for Dhyan Chand?’ There was a major uproar when Sachin Tendulkar was given the award in 2014. Tendulkar also had big achievements on the cricket field. There is no dispute of that. But, to give it to Tendulkar, who represents a sport which is a religion in India and not to Dhyan Chand who gave India glory in the Olympics is not a fitting tribute to a person after whom National Sports Day is celebrated.Olympics, where there is a participation of over 100 countries has greater glory while cricket, which is played full-time in 10-12 countries in addition to some 60-70 nations which have associate status and not mainstream has a lesser following. Olympic glory for many sportsmen has massive importance while World Cup cricket glory is like a storm in a tea cup. Dhyan Chand put India on the sporting world map. India got their first gold medals in hockey all due to Dhyan Chand and his excellence. With every year, the genius of Dhyan Chand has transcended generations and eras. Prime Minister Narendra Modi could have capped off the Fit India campaign by announcing that Dhyan Chand would be the recipient of the Bharat Ratna. Afterall, the erstwhile Prime Minister’s Office in 2014 had ignored the name of Dhyan Chand for the Bharat Ratna and awarded it to Tendulkar. In India, getting recognition often takes time. Even legends are not immune to it. One continues to harbour hope that Dhyan Chand, in addition to several accolades under his name, gets the one award which he is truly entitled to. The onus is now on Prime Minister Narendra Modi to ensure that Dhyan Chand is the Bharat Ratna in the near future. The onus is also on sports fans in India, who need to go beyond Twitter tributes and TV programs and demand a Bharat Ratna for Dhyan Chand.DISCLAIMER: The opinions expressed by the author in this article are personal. News Nation does not purport to reflect the opinions or views of the organisation or its members. For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. highlights Dhyan Chand has never been honoured with the Bharat Ratna.National Sports Day in India is celebrated on August 29, Dhyan Chand’s birthday.Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the ‘Fit India’ campaign in the 2019 National Sports Day event.
â€˜Why Sunday Mba, Three Others Have Been Asked To Goâ€™
Turkish Super League new entrants, Yeni Malatyaspor’s coach, Ertugrul Saglam, has revealed the reasons for the club’s decision to end their contract with former Super Eagles attacking midfielder Sunday Mba and three other players, and expressly asked them to seek new career opportunities elsewhere, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.Barely four days before the commencement of the new Turkish league season, Malatyaspor Saglam, told Fanatik that the former Warri Wolves midfielder and three other players have been informed to seek offers elsewhere.Mba, Dialiba, Ayite and Ahmet Aras are now surplus to requirement and would no longer be part of the club’s projects. The no nonsense manager said the club has bounced back from rock-bottom and is now faced with a daunting task of remaining afloat in the Turkish Super Lig.He told Fanatik that Malatyaspor are bent on signing on top quality players capable of helping the club rub shoulders with Turkish league heavyweights.“I want to explain to you that when we first came to Malatya, after the signing, we saw that the players we were working with last year, and during the pre-season were far away from modernity and far from Super League standards. We have to let them leave,” Saglam told Fanatik on Tuesday.“With the permission of Allah, Malatyaspor will continue to work in the Super League, where he will achieve great, modern and great achievements for many years.”Mba played a total number of 26 games last seaso, scoring just 2 goals raising questions about his readiness to fight for place in the team as the club joined Turkish football elites in the Super Lig.He made his senior international debut in the Nigeria’s 0â€“0 draw with Angola in January 2012 and scored a brace against Liberia in his second game.The former Bastia FC midfielder came into limelight at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations after scoring the winning goal in Nigeria’s 2â€“1 quarter-final win over CÃ´te d’Ivoire.He went on to write his name in gold after scoring another winning goal in the final match against Burkina Faso to help the Super Eagles win their third Africa Cup of Nations title.Mba was part of Nigeriaâ€™s squad at the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup. He last featured for Super Eagles in a FIFA 2010 World Cup qualifying match against Harambee Stars of Kenya in NairobiShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
The Final Word: Beat writers discuss Syracuse’s 42-14 drubbing at the hands of Boston College
Without starting quarterback Eric Dungey and starting running back Dontae Strickland, Syracuse (4-8, 2-6 Atlantic Coast) floundered against Boston College (7-5, 4-4), 42-14. Rex Culpepper started under center for Syracuse, and had a respectable performance, chucking 24 completions on 34 attempts for 280 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. Moe Neal had a solid game in Strickland’s absence — 13 carries for 88 yards. But it was the A.J. Dillon show Saturday in the Carrier Dome. Dillon, the Eagles freshman starting tailback, rushed 23 times for 193 yards and three touchdowns, burying the Orange. Our beat writers discuss the loss and the end of Syracuse’s season. Published on November 25, 2017 at 11:33 pm Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments
Irish hero Houghton to appear in Tipp town next Sunday
Ray Houghton will line out for the Irish Masters side against St Michael’s in an exhibition match at Cooke Park in Tipp Town on Sunday evening.The game is part of the FAI’s Festival of Football, which is taking place in Tipperary this year.Chief Executive of Irish Masters Football David Hall says Ray still has many of the skills that made him a star.
Lakers’ Nick Young not present when D’Angelo Russell apologized to team
A source close to Young, however, maintained Russell has not apologized directly to Young. The source added Young was not present when Russell addressed the team before the Lakers’ win on Wednesday against Miami at Staples Center.Young also only offered a statement and declined to field questions.“I don’t want to get into my personal life,” Young said. “It’s best me and D’Angelo handle the situation we have in a private manner outside of the media. I think it’s something we do need to sit down and talk about.”Nonetheless, Russell has made progress in improving his relationships with his other teammates. “Both of these guys have my support,” Lakers forward Julius Randle said. “But I’m not getting into it. That’s their personal situation.” Although Clarkson said that “nobody is shunning nobody,” multiple sources said that several of Russell’s teammates became distrustful of him after violating an unwritten rule about making details about anyone’s private life public, even if it was unintentional.“That’s still my teammate and backcourt mate,” Clarkson said. “I’m going to be there for him, too.”Russell said that support “means a lot,” before adding, “I really appreciate them saying that.” Russell also thanked his dad and Kobe Bryant for preaching, “you got to just play.” “I don’t think we can hold anybody to strict judgement,” Bryant said. “We’ve all made mistakes and made massive ones at times. The important thing is to show compassion, empathy and help [Russell] grow.”During his 2003 sexual assault case that was eventually dismissed, Bryant told police about Shaquille O’Neal’s apparent indiscretions. Following Phil Jackson’s initial departure from the Lakers in 2004, Jackson wrote a book that described Bryant as “uncoachable.” The incidents do not exactly compare to Russell’s, who uploaded his video on what he thought was a private account only to realize it soon became public domain. Yet, Bryant has plenty of experience forging a successful career despite outside turmoil. “Your personal life might be going to [hell], but that doesn’t mean the game is,” Bryant said. “You have to win something. You lose on the court and it makes your day really awful.”Things currently seem awful between Russell and Young. Yet, Russell vowed he will stay as persistent as he has in overcoming his rookie struggles.“You can’t undo the damage,” Russell said. “All you can do is stay apologetic from your heart, show how much you care and how sorry you are for your teammates in putting them through something like this that could tear a locker room apart. That’s all on me. It’s my job to let guys know I messed up and I have to bounce back from it.” The Lakers gathered together and addressed a topic that did not involve basketball.Lakers rookie point guard D’Angelo Russell expressed regret over secretly recording a video that went public of teammate Nick Young admitting infidelities in his relationship with Iggy Azalea, his fiancée, As Lakers guard Jordan Clarkson recalled, Russell “looked at us like men” and showed remorse for his behavior before the Lakers’ 102-100 overtime win over the Miami Heat on Wednesday at Staples Center.“Everybody accepted his apology,” Clarkson said. “He has to stop worrying about everything. He just has to perform.”It appears Russell has to do more, though. Various sources have said Russell and Young have addressed the incident since the video went public last Thursday. Russell reported he “reached out to” Young and “let him know my apologies.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
What happens if Steve Rolls beats Gennadiy Golovkin?
Gennadiy Golovkin is fighting to stay relevant on Saturday night. Since losing to arch-rival, Canelo Alvarez, last September, the Kazakh superstar has endured a number of changes to his make-up — with the most significant being the addition of Jonathan Banks to his training team after long-time coach, Abel Sanchez, was sensationally relieved of his duties. Golovkin has remained inactive since his only career setback, but that can’t be said of his nemesis, as Alvarez has added to his legacy in an impressive manner.After defeating Golovkin in Las Vegas, Alvarez head east to New York City, and he easily relieved Rocky Fielding of his world title at 168 pounds. Following that, it was back to the familiar surroundings of the Nevada desert to take on Daniel Jacobs at middleweight. Alvarez won the fight, enhancing his legacy in one of boxing’s traditionally great divisions. Golovkin and Canelo were once recognized as equals, but if the former is to reach that platform again then he has to start winning again and that journey begins on Saturday against Steve Rolls in a fight that Golovkin simply has to win for the sake of the middleweight league.Join DAZN and watch GGG-Rolls: Sign up in the U.S. | CanadaWithout Alvarez and Golovkin, 160 pounds would’ve been a barren landscape in recent years, and if Rolls is to administer a second consecutive defeat on “GGG,” then a middleweight super fight could be a long way off. There are talented fighters in the division, no doubt, but fighters of the caliber of Golovkin and Alvarez are hard to come by. If one of their stock takes a massive dip then it’s likely that the other will look elsewhere to capture the type of dramatic magnitude that their respective careers have become accustomed to.If Rolls can somehow beat Golovkin, then it might seal the end of Alvarez’s reign at middleweight in addition to the end of Golovkin’s career. Fighters like Demetrius Andrade and Jermall Charlo are excellent boxers, but their lack of mainstream appeal coupled with the familiar politics that hamper fights probably makes each potential fight a non-starter. Alvarez has tested the water in the division above, and with Callum Smith fast making a name for himself there, that could be one direction Mexico’s darling heads in as he looks to enhance his legacy.A middleweight division without either Canelo or GGG is a hard scenario to envision because of the popularity and triumphs that both have enjoyed there in recent years. Alvarez’s win over fellow great, Miguel Cotto, cemented his status as the No. 1 fighter in the weight category, and that, combined with Golovkin’s brutal and disturbing rise through a field of brave contenders, had fight fans salivating.The middleweight league, the home of Carlos Monzon, Marvin Hagler, and Bernard Hopkins, was once again relevant, and in 2017, the two juggernauts crashed head-on as they delivered a classic fight fitting of the participants who walked this path before them. MORE: Get the latest news in SN’s GGG-Rolls HQA controversial draw, when many felt Golovkin, won, kept the intense rivalry alive, and when Alvarez won the rematch one year later in a close contest that had the audience split, there still remained some doubt on just who the better man is.For the boxing world to see a trilogy, Golovkin has to do an impressive job on Rolls and prove that scars from the Alvarez loss have fully healed. Anything less might hammer the final nail into the Golovkin-Alvarez saga, and boxing’s middleweight division, second only to heavyweight in terms of history and honor, will be searching frantically for new characters.
Crusader basketball preview: Wellington girls start the Eric Adams era with high expectations
Jan 27TBAMulvane TournamentTBAMulvane High School 3Avery Lewellen5-912 23Shelby McNamara5-810 Dec 176:00 pmAndale*Andale High School WELLINGTON GIRLSÂ 15Brentashia Cramer5-39 What are your weakness? Adams: We’re not small by any means but we don’t have that six-foot post presence. What we have are a bunch of 5-9 post girls that will battle you. Â We have a great group of seniors but a lot of these girls will be asked to play bigger roles this season.Also, a lot of underclassman that have no varsity experience yet. Â Talented but inexperienced. Key Stretch For You? Adams: Kingman Tournament followed with Andale to open league play. Â We need a good positive start.Talent is there but a lot of youth and inexperience is on the roster. Â We need some early W’s to jump start our confidence. Assistant – Randy Strothman 13Brecken Lawrence5-69 Jan 176:00 pmWinfieldWinfield High School – Ollie Thomas Gymnasium What Style of the Game will the Wellington girls play?Adams: Uptempo with high demand on the defensive side of the ball. We feel like we have athletes so we want to make this a 94-foot game with a variety of full court man and some zone press.” C-Team Assistant – Shanna Fairbanks Jan 76:00 pmClearwater*Wellington 32Auni Williams5-99 Number of Returning Starters: 2 11Lauryn Snipes5-119 11Madi Lewellen5-119 40Julia Peck5-611 4Tayland French5-89 Jan 106:00 pmAugusta*Augusta High School 22Peyton Witham5-1010 10Holly Wright5-712 15Taylor Zimmerman5-1010 Varsity Feb 146:00 pmAndale*Wellington High School 32Auni Williams5-911 40Julia Peck5-611 The league: Andale has been winning the league the past few years and is the proverbial favorite again. VYPE Magazine has the picks in following order:1. Andale.2. Clearwater.3. Circle.4. Augusta.5. Wellington.6. Collegiate.Adams said the Crusaders are in an unique situation where they are flying under the radar of other teams. 14Tyanna Hughes5-611 11Madi Lewellen5-119 4Tayland French5-89 Head coach: Eric Adams 10Summer Rusk5-49 21Taylor Stewart5-89 Feb 76:00 pmMulvaneMulvane High School – Mulvane High School – Main Gym 22Callie Bannister5-710 Feb 116:00 pmEl DoradoWellington High School 25Shelbie Wright5-811 No.PlayerHeightYear 24Mireia Salvador5-811 Feb 186:00 pmWichita Collegiate*Wellington High School – WHS Main Gym Number years at the school: Â First year, after one season at South Haven. What are your strengths?Adams: Very athletic group that can defend and run. With as much full court man and trapping as we do, our depth is key.We feel we can go 10 deep this season. We have a lot of girls that can shoot the three/ball as well.Also this is a very tight knit group. Â Spent six weeks playing this summer and they bonded very well. 20Deven Martens5-1110 The regional: Wellington is playing at Rose Hill in a four-team Class 4A – Div. 1 tournament with Mulvane and Winfield. None of those teams were on the preseason Kansas Basketball Coaches Association list. So a state tournament berth is attainable. But, of course, there is a lot of basketball between now and then. 2013-14 Wellington girls basketball team.The full roster: Assistant – Miranda Bradshaw 13Catie Williams5-711 12Kelsey Whaley5-312 Wellington’s record in 2012-13: 13-8, lost to Augusta 28-26 in the second round after beating Winfield. The full schedule: ateTimeEvent/OpponentsLocation Junior Varsity Feb 276:00 pmCircle*Circle High School Feb 216:00 pmClearwater*Clearwater 20Carlie McComb5-712 Jan 146:00 pmCircle*Wellington High School – WHS Main Gym Dec 206:00 pmWichita Collegiate*Wichita Collegiate School 22Peyton Witham5-1010 The personnel:Adams has five seniors, five juniors, seven sophomores, and 10 freshmen.Carlie McComb (5-7, sr.) will return as a starter and is projected to be the team’s top scorer.“She’s got a great shot going to the rim,” Adams said. “And she is very vocal in a positive way.”Kelsey Whaley (5-3, sr.) is known to push the ball up the court and play great defense.Jaedyn Ledesma (5-9, sr.) is a great leader on the court.Holly Wright (5-7, sr.) won’t put up huge numbers, Adams said, but will make things happen defensively.Avery Lewellen (5-9, sr.) is a spot up 3-point shooter.As far as the younger players are concerned, Catie Williams (5-7, junior) is returning from a torn knee. “You can’t hardly tell she has been injured,” Adams said.Taylor Zimmerman (5-10, so.) has been showing great strides in practice, Adams said.Mireia Salvador (5-8, jr.) is a transfer student from Spain. “She’s a player. I don’t know what she will do when the play clock starts and the band is playing and the crowd is cheering. But she has looked good in practice.Also, three freshmen are already in the varsity unit: Tayland French (5-8), Lauryn Snipes (5-11) and Auni Williams (5-9). 25Shelbie Wright5-811 by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” A few years back, if the Wellington girls basketball team went 13-8 and advanced to the second round of sub-state as it did last season, it would have been a cause for celebration.Eric Adams – WHS girls coach.But the Wellington girls basketball program is now getting to a state where expectations far exceed last year’s accomplishments.Eric Adams, the new head WHS girls basketball coach, is well aware of that fact. After all, during his years as the eighth grade girls coach at the Wellington Middle School, he helped foster in the new era of girls basketball in Wellington.After a year coaching at South Haven, which saw the Cardinals reach the state tournament in Class 1A, Adams is taking over for Kevin Hackerott, who spent five years as head coach at WHS. Hackerott has moved on to coach at Goddard High School.Going into Adam’s first season, no one is quite sure how the Lady Dukes will perform.Wellington has lost several key seniors from 2012-13. However, it is bringing in a good nucleus of returning players with solid varsity experience. Adams also has depth that has probably never been seen in a WHS girls system. There is a blend of solid senior leadership with some new upcoming underclassmen.The Lady Dukes, as always, have a tough-as-nails schedule to contend with being members of the Ark Valley Chisholm Trail League Div. IV. Also, Wellington is now in Class 4A Div. 1. It won’t be was easy for the Lady Dukes.But it also will be fun.“These girls really get along with one another,” Adams said. “I think they will do what it takes to win.”The first game starts with Haven in the Kingman Basketball Tournament Classic a week from today at 6:20 p.m.Wellington girls enjoy a phone picture during team pictures. WHS coach Eric Adams said this is a very tight-knit group. 30Mariah Moore5-910 13Brecken Lawrence5-69 Dec 10TBAKingman TournamentTBAKingman * League Game Feb 256:00 pmAugusta*Wellington High School 23Jaedyn Ledesma5-912 Feb 46:00 pmRose HillWellington High School Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! 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Report Reply 0 replies · active 348 weeks ago -5 Vote up Vote down WHS Fan · 348 weeks ago Tough schedule. It will be a good year if we win 11 games. Report Reply 1 reply · active 348 weeks ago +4 Vote up Vote down Sally · 348 weeks ago Why can’t you be positive? Leave the (if) out of your statement. Win or Loose they will always be winners. Do you go to the games at lease home games?? If not maybe you should. If you do or have then I don’t think you would have said (if). Report Reply -1 Vote up Vote down WHS Grad · 348 weeks ago If ifs and buts were candy and nuts, oh what a Christmas we’d have. Report Reply 0 replies · active 348 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. 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