SANTA ANITA SINGLE TICKET RAINBOW PICK SIX CARRYOVER OF $779,629 INTO FRIDAY AS ANTICIPATION GROWS FOR MANDATORY PAYOUT ON SATURDAY WITH AN 11-RACE CARD SATURDAY THAT WILL INCLUDE THE $1 MILLION SANTA ANITA DERBY, SATURDAY’S TOTAL RAINBOW SIX JACKPOT POOL COULD EXCEED $3 MILLION ARCADIA, Calif. (April 4, 2019)–With anticipation building for a potential $3 million mandatory payout pool on Saturday, Santa Anita’s popular 20 cent Single Ticket Pick Six Jackpot went unsolved again on Thursday, resulting in a Jackpot carryover into Friday of $779,629.With a healthy $150,125 in “new” money wagered today, the total Rainbow Six Jackpot reached $895,383, fueling a payout of $3,912.10 to 21 consolation tickets with six winners each.First post time for an eight-race card on Friday is at 1 p.m. Approximate post time for race three, the beginning of the Rainbow Six, is at 2:04 p.m. PT.With a CHRB-approved mandatory payout in place for Saturday, fans will be treated to a blockbuster 11-race program that will include seven stakes, highlighted by three Grade I events, the $1 million Santa Anita Derby, the $600,000 Santa Anita Handicap and the $400,000 Santa Anita Oaks.Special early first post time on Saturday is at 12 noon. The Rainbow Six will begin on Saturday with race six, which has an approximate post time of 2:30 p.m. PT.For additional information, please visit santaanita.com or call (626) 574-RACE.
“The coach tells us to have a strong mind,” said Sergi Enrich, an Eibar forward, who is confined to his home by the coronavirus that has stopped football and much of society. The Minorcan striker, one of the Barça captains, offered a “virtual” press conference on Tuesday, in which he answered questions asked the day before by journalists who regularly report on the Gipuzkoan First Division team.The Barça coach, José Luis Mendilibar, who can only talk to footballers remotely, has made clear to them a message, do not relax, because the First Division league could resume when everything returns to normal. “We are going through situations that we have never experienced, and they are complicated experiences, but we must be positive. The coach also tells us that we have to train as much as we can, so that when the season starts again, we are at our maximum, physically and mentally “, highlighted Sergi Enrich, who arrived at Eibar in July 2015, coinciding with the return of Mendilibar.How do you do individualized training at home?I get along well, I have a house with a little garden, and a small gym. I try to do what I can. In addition, Toni Ruiz (physical trainer) and Alain Gandiaga (readapter) are helping us in physical exercises that we have to do. We get along well within what fits. I have made a daily routine not to lose my mindHow does free time pass?I try to be as positive as possible, make good use of time, do more physical exercise, cook new recipes; and, above all, talking to the family, who is sorely missed right nowDo you usually gain weight outside of training or competition periods or do you take great care of your diet?I am lucky to have a good physical constitution. I am not about gaining weight, but about losing weight. The Eibar nutritionist (Aurora Cid) is being good to us. It is helping us a lot, despite being at a distance. We have contact with her day yes, day no. We are happy to have Aurora with us. We are making weekly menus, trying to carry it out in the best possible way.How do you see the ERTE (Temporary Employment Regulation Files) in sport?It is a delicate subject that affects all of society in general. Eibar has given us tranquility and confidence. We are very grateful, because it is a complicated subject. The most important thing is everyone’s health, which is the priority right now. That no more people are infected, and that everything is for the better.What has Eibar’s coach, Mendilibar, transmitted to the footballers in this situation?-You have to listen to what they tell us, and have a strong mind. What he says is that we have a strong mind, because they are situations that we have never experienced and they are complicated situations. And train as much as we can, so that when the season starts again, we are at our best, physically and mentally.Do you see what is left of the league playing behind closed doors? I don’t see it, for me the fans are a very important part of a club. A meeting without a fan is a cold and rare thing that footballers do not like. I don’t see a game in Ipurua without our fans cheering, because they are very important to usIf the championship is resumed, several games would have to be played in one week. Is the team trained to play matches every few days?A lot of speculation is going on, but nothing is certain. It all depends on how this epidemic evolves. I see it very hard to play several games per week and, above all, coming from these physical and mental circumstances that we have now. It would not be good to play so many games in a row coming from the physical shape we are in right now. It is bad enough for a footballer to play so many games in a row and suddenly after standing still for a while.Does the possibility arise that for health reasons and so that the disease does not spread further, the season is now over?I don’t think about this, but that everything happens as soon as possible. There is a lot of interest in the competition ending, but the most important thing is people’s health. We all really want to play, which is what makes us happy. But you have to be realistic, things don’t look good.Is it the most difficult season at Eibar?Yes it is being complicated. We start off little regular. We were not the team of the last years, it cost us. There is a good group, a good wardrobe. In difficult situations the team has turned heads in games. It is not being a campaign like the previous ones, which have been very good. It was not normal to see Eibar so high and without suffering to achieve permanence. We know where we come from, and that each year it is more difficult to meet the objective. We are fighting. The team has not stepped into the relegation zone, which means that we are not so bad. At an individual level, my statistics have not been as good as in previous seasons, but I am happy with the work I have done helping the team. I wish I had scored more goals. But the coach values other things, such as the work of a footballer who does for the good of the team. I always try to help the team with what the coach asks me to do. I have been doing it for 5 seasons, since I came to Eibar, and I will continue doing it. In a soccer player there are good and bad moments, when you are physically better or worse. Unfortunately some do not see it, they only see the ‘now’. We are on the right track and we hope to continue well to achieve the objective, which is permanence. Every year it will be more complicated.What is happening this campaign gives more merit to what was done before?Yes. I always say that 10 or 15 years from now, when we look back at the current situation, we will realize how difficult we have achieved. Staying in the First Division for 5 seasons is very difficult for a modest club like Eibar. What we are doing has great merit. Starting from above, the president, counselors, have done an amazing job. And we, the coach and the players, too. We have enjoyed a city that has turned with us. The first season that I was in Eibar (2015-2016 which was the second of the Eibarres in Primera), the Eibarreses children wore few Eibar jerseys on the street, but they wore the ones from Real Sociedad or Athletic Club. Now you go through the Plaza de Unzaga (next to the town hall) and see Eibar shirts. That means that we have done things well, we have entered the hearts of the people of Eibar. That is incredible pride. Hopefully Eibar will continue for a long time in the First Division.What message would you send to people?These are complicated issues that we are experiencing, we must take them in the best possible way and be positive. Health experts with knowledge of epidemics and coronaviruses must be listened to. Right now they tell us that we must follow some guidelines, the confinement at home, so that everything goes better for later. Hopefully everything is fixed as soon as possible.
LONDON (CMC): Jamaica international Wes Morgan was one of four Leicester City players named in the Professional Football Association’s team of the year in London, England, yesterday. The 32-year-old England-born Morgan has been one of the linchpins of Leicester’s defence this season, as the minnows have stunned the Premier League with their astonishing title bid. Leicester are closing in on their first-ever title, leading the standings with 73 points – five clear of North London side Tottenham Hotspurs – with four games left in the season. Morgan, who skippers the Foxes, has featured in all 34 Premiership games for them this season, scoring a single goal. That strike proved massive, as it lifted the leaders to a crucial 1-0 win over Southampton earlier this month. He spent most of his career at Nottingham Forest where he became their longest-serving player, before moving to Leicester in January, 2012. Morgan helped Leicester win the Championship in 2014 and then scored two goals as they managed to finish 14th in the Premiership. He has been a regular for Jamaica and was a key part of the side that reached the final of the CONCACAF Gold Cup last year, and is currently involved in the country’s sputtering World Cup qualifying campaign. As expected, Morgan’s teammates Jamie Vardy, N’Golo Kante and Riyad Mahrez, have all been included in the PFA team. Vardy’s 22 goals have been the catalyst for Leicester’s extraordinary campaign while midfielders Kante and Mahrez have been revelations.
Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels has denied suggestions he has signed a pre-contract agreement with Barcelona and says he is happy in Germany.The World Cup winner has long been linked with a move away from Dortmund, with Manchester United credited with a particularly strong interest.Yet it has been claimed Barcelona were leading the chase to sign the centre-back, with a pre-contract agreement in place between player and club.But Hummels has denied that, saying he is happy at Dortmund and has no desire to leave.“According to various media outlets I’ve negotiated with several clubs and already signed a pre-contract with Barcelona, but there isn’t a grain of truth in any of it,” he told Bundesliga.de.“I’ve never really planned to leave here for anywhere else.” 1 Mats Hummels
Khouma Babacar in action for Fiorentina 1 The agent of Fiorentina forward Khouma Babacar has admitted his client’s future is uncertain – amid reported interest from Crystal Palace and Southampton.The striker has six goals in 13 appearances this season and almost left Fiorentina in January following interest from the Premier League.Both Crystal Palace and Southampton were keen on the 22-year-old but talks broke down in the early stages.However, Babacar could be on the move this summer as he continues to push for a transfer to England.Indeed when quizzed on the matter the Senegalese’s agent, Patrick Bastianelli, remained coy on his client’s future.“What of Babacar’s future? We’ll see, at the moment he is contracted on the objective to be achieved with Fiorentina,” Bastianelli told Radio Blu.
Ray Wilkins has accused clubs in England of showing a lack of respect to homegrown coaches after Daniel Farke was confirmed as Norwich City’s new boss.Like David Wagner a year before him, Farke has been plucked from his role as reserve team manager at Borussia Dortmund to be given a top job in the Championship.The little-known German’s appointment has angered Wilkins, the former Aston Villa, Chelsea and Fulham assistant, who cannot understand why clubs continue to overlook aspiring British bosses.“It tells us that we are not getting a lot of respect from clubs to be perfectly honest,” said Wilkins, when asked what he made of Farke getting the Norwich job.“You have got Ryan Giggs sitting out there, you have got Tim Sherwood sitting out there, Garry Monk is out there now without a job. “This is very sad that we are bringing in a reserve coach [from Germany]. Our guys don’t get employed throughout Europe, which I find quite sad.“We are bringing in coaches we don’t know about. I just wish we would start using some of our young blokes.”
Jack Cork has left Swansea for Burnley Burnley have announced the signing of midfielder Jack Cork on a four-year-deal from Swansea.The 28-year-old is no stranger to Turf Moor having made 57 appearances for the club during a loan spell from Chelsea between January 2010 and May 2011.Cork signs for an undisclosed fee and has flown out to join up with the Clarets squad in Ireland.He made 83 appearances for Swansea after signing for the club in January 2015, captaining them for the majority of the 2016-17 campaign.Cork told Burnley’s official website: “It’s great to be back. I’ve got some great memories from the year-and-a-half I was here and it’s good to come back and see some old faces.“It’s good to come back and try and have another go here, especially in the Premier League.“I’ve heard a lot has changed, the whole set-up has changed and the playing staff is completely different to when I was here.“It’s a new challenge for me and one I’m excited for and I’m looking forward to meeting new people.” 1
An Clochan Liath Club NotesBad aid 5, 9, 17 agus 18 a huimhireacha lotto a tarraingíodh ag deireadh na seachtaine agus níor baineadh póta óir an lotto.Beidh €1,200 sa phóta óir don seachtain seo. Bhain na daoine seo leanas €20 an ceann Rosemary Conaghan, Crickamore, Eimear Doherty, Dungloe, Hughie Hanlon, Calhame, Darragh & Owen Ward, Cronashallog agus Johnny McCole, Derrydruel. Bhain Marion Davidson, Meenbanad €150 agus bhain Brid Molloy as Tangyvane, Bridie Doherty as Glenties, Sean McGarvey as Ranafast agus Connie O’Donnell as St. Peter’s Tce €100 ag an bhingo.Well done to our Minor Team Dungloe / Na Rossa on a great victory on Friday last against St. Eunans, winning on a score-line of Dungloe / Na Rossa 1-13 St Eunans 1-10. A big well done to the entire panel of Hugh Moy, Aaron Boyle, David Sweeney, Ryan McGonagle, Ryan Connors, Shaun Ward Boyle, Christian Bonner, Adam Neely, Ryan Greene, Darragh McGee, Sean McMonagle, Caolan Ward, Barry Curran, John McDyre, Conor McCahill, Mathew Ward, Christy Greene, Mark Curran, Brian O’Donnell, Dylan Reilly and Danny Rodgers. A super performance from all the lads tonight so well done again. Thanks to the Naomh Mhuire Club for the soup and sandwiches afterwards.Our Minors will now play our Neighbours Gweedore in the 2014 Donegal Minor Football Championship Final in MacCumhaill Park on Saturday 13th December 2014 at 1pm. Best of luck to the Management and all the teamThe club will hold its Annual AGM in the Clubhouse on Saturday 20th December 2014 at 8.30pm. All members are invited to attend. U6/8/10/12 hurling training is now finished until after New Year. GAA NEWS: DUNGLOE/NA ROSSA FACE GAOTH DOBHAIR IN MOUTH-WATERING MINOR FINAL was last modified: December 9th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare 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:dungloeGAANoticesSport
It’s not often a West Donegal man can have a chat with the Chief of Staff of the American army.But then again it’s probably a little known fact that the world’s most powerful military officer has very strong Donegal connections.In fact, General Martin Dempsey has a lot of cousins in Donegal including Gortahork and Annagry. His grandfather, John Og Devenney, left Ranafast in 1926 to travel to America.And one of those cousins, the well-known Donnchadh Devenney joined General Dempsey for a chin-wag in New York on St.Patrick’s Day. WORLD’S MOST POWERFUL MILITARY OFFICER ENJOYS ST.PATRICK’S DAY WITH HIS DONEGAL COUSIN was last modified: March 19th, 2012 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:American ArmyChief of StaffdonegalDonnchadh DevenneyGeneral Martin Dempsey
Tags: champions league NYON, SWITZERLAND DECEMBER 16: A general view ahead the UEFA Champions League 2019/20 Round of 16 Draw at the UEFA headquarters, The House of European Football on December 16 2019 in Nyon, Switzerland. (Photo by Harold Cunningham – UEFA/UEFA via Getty Images)Defending Champions Liverpool have been drawn to face Spanish side Atletico Madrid in the UEFA Champions League round of 16 draw held on Monday afternoon.Liverpool topped Group E that also featured Napoli, RB Salzburg and Genk while Atletico finished as runners ups to Juventus in Group D.Atletico will host the first leg at Wanda Metropolitano in February while the second leg will take place at Anfield in March.There have also been several interesting draws as all the 16 teams that qualified for the knock out stage, come from the five major European Leagues.Premier League two time defending champions Man City will tussle it out with the competition’s record winner Real Madrid.FC Barcelona have been drawn to face Italian side Napoli, Chelsea takes on Bayern Munich, Tottenham Hotspurs will tussle it out with RB Leipzig while PSG face Borussia Dortmund.The complete UEFA Champions League round of 16 draw-Borussia Dortmund vs PSG-Real Madrid vs Manchester City-Atalanta vs Valencia-Atletico Madrid vs Liverpool-Chelsea vs Bayern Munich-Lyon vs Juventus-Tottenham vs Red Bull Leipzig-Napoli vs BarcelonaThis story is still being updatedComments