Novice chasers take centre stage at Navan with plenty of talented young jumpers on show in a couple of events on a seven-race card. The Gordon Elliott-trained gelding is painfully remembered by Bryan Cooper as the horse that left him on the sidelines for seven months after he suffered serious leg injuries when they came to grief in Cheltenham’s Fred Winter Handicap Hurdle. However, the French import is also a two-time winner over hurdles and was second to Guitar Pete in Grade One company at Aintree. Willie Mullins is doubly represented in this two-mile-one-furlong race by Un Beau Roman and Florishwells d’Ete, with Ruby Walsh taking the mount on the former. The six-year-old was only headed close home by Chancol in the Grade Two Craddockstown Novice Chase at Punchestown last month. Mullins and Walsh have another leading player in the two-and-a-half-mile Drogheda Beginners Chase with Blood Cotil, who finished second to Gilgamboa over half a mile shorter here last month. Cooper is again in opposition sporting his retained Gigginstown House Stud colours aboard Wounded Warrior. The Noel Meade-trained gelding has come up against a couple of smart novices already this season in the shape of Shanahan’s Turn and Don Poli. Elsewhere on the card, wide-margin Naas bumper winner The Big Apple reverts to hurdles with obvious claims in the opening Kells Maiden Hurdle and top hunter chaser Tammys Hill is an interesting runner in the Yellow Furze Handicap Hurdle. Liam Lennon’s charge landed the Foxhunter Chase at the Cheltenham Festival last March, and made a winning reappearance over hurdles at Cork this term before finding the opposition too hot in the JNwine.com Champion Chase at Down Royal. A current hurdles mark of 107 still looks very attractive, although he is sure to be tested by easy Thurles winner Western Promise. Press Association The Irish Stallion Farms EBF Novice Chase is the feature race of the afternoon, and Clarcam bids to go one better after coming up against the highly impressive Vautour here last month. An eight-length defeat by the ante-post favourite for the Arkle Trophy was certainly nothing to be ashamed of on his chasing debut, especially as the remainder of the 16-runner field were well strung out behind.
Matt Henry smashes two sixes off Hardik Pandya and New Zealand need 36 off 36. Only one wicket remaining? Can it be? Oh dear! Sad way for Rayudu to go but it has been a fabulous knock. Full ball from Matt Henry outside off, Rayudu slices the drive but ends up hitting it straight to deep extra cover where Colin Munro takes the catch. 09:40 (IST) For New Zealand, there is only one change with Colin Munro replacing Martin Guptill, who is out due to a sore back. Surprising to have not included Tim Southee, who has a marvellous record at the Cake Tin. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Yuzvendra Chahal gets his third wicket as Todd Astle misses the sweep and is adjudged LBW. He goes for the review but there is no bat and the ball is hitting middle stump. 14:30 (IST) 08:58 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 13:35 (IST) Rayudu launches Munro over deep midwicket for his second six and both batsmen are capitalising on their opportunities. Rohit Sharma wanted to test his players in this situation and so far, Shankar and Rayudu are acing it. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Oh dear! Horrible calling and Vijay Shankar’s fault. Ambati Rayudu’s fault one feels. Shankar pushed a full ball from Munro to mid on and wanted to set off for a single, Rayudu initially said no but once the fielder slid, he set off for the run. Shankar, though, was not ready and he makes a dash for it, the fielder fires a throw to Munro who scores a direct hit with an under-arm throw at the bowler’s end. Shankar is fuming as he walks off. Has every right to be. 07:04 (IST) 14:47 (IST) 08:28 (IST) 14:59 (IST) MS Dhoni, stunning and once again a legendary piece of quick thinking. He appealed for an LBW as Neesham was unaware where the ball went. However, Dhoni keeps appealing and moment he realises Neesham is out of the crease, he fires an under-arm throw to run him out. Advantage back with India. Matt Henry gets his second. Good length ball outside off and it sticks on to the deck, Shubman lunges forward and goes for the drive but the ball stops on him and he ends up popping a catch to Mitchell Santner at cover point. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 14:55 (IST) Vijay Shankar and Rayudu’s partnership has crossed 50 and New Zealand will be aiming to break this stand as quickly as possible. The run-rate is still low but it can pick up soon coonsidering that a solid base has been laid. 10:04 (IST) New Delhi: India won the toss and chose to bat in the final ODI in Wellington and they got off to a disastrous start as they lost Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, MS Dhoni and Shubman Gill cheaply. It took a 98-run stand between Vijay Shankar and Ambati Rayudu to steady the innings. Vijay Shankar was run-out for 45 but Rayudu batted brilliantly, going past his 10th fifty and he looked good for a century. He shared yet another fifty-plus stand with Kedar Jadhav but Matt Henry took four wickets as Rayudu was denied a century. However, Hardik Pandya smashed 45 off 22 balls including five sixes as India reached 252 in Wellington. In response, New Zealand lost wickets at regular intervals and despite some solid knocks from Kane Williamson and Tom Latham, New Zealand struggled. An attacking 44 from James Neesham needed some brilliant work from MS Dhoni and New Zealand lost by 35 runs, losing the five-match series 1-4. (SCORECARD) 10:34 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In PLUMB! Colin de Grandhomme is a goner and Chahal traps him LBW with a slider. No doubts about it and New Zealand are hurtling towards a massive defeat. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 08:03 (IST) 12:17 (IST) Mohammed Shami strikes early in the powerplay as Henry Nicholls fails to keep the pull down and Kedar Jadhav takes the catch at mid-on. However, Colin Munro has started well while Kane Williamson is slow to get going. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Kane Williamson is playing a steady hand but New Zealand are facing an uphill task as India maintain the pressure. The New Zealand skipper survives a run-out chance. Neesham is playing a solid knock as he slams two boundaries off Mohammed Shami. New Zealand need 91 off 90 but they only have four wickets remaining. Rayudu is now in the zone. He blasts two sixes off Munro to ruin his figures. He has moved to 75 and India are 168/5 after 40 overs. The platform has been set and the partnership with Kedar Jadhav has gone past 50. 06:51 (IST) 09:33 (IST) 14:24 (IST) Williamson and Latham are stitching a solid stand but the asking rate is mounting as India build the pressure. Only two boundaries in the last seven overs. 07:12 (IST) Brilliant, simply sublime from New Zealand. Dhoni survived an LBW appeal and he just survived as the full ball from Matt Henry was going down the leg side. However, he does not last long as Boult produced the perfect ball which straightens on off stump and Dhoni misses it to be bowled for 1. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 12:32 (IST) 09:54 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 12:24 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 10:58 (IST) 12:55 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Trent Boult’s acrobatic run-out ends the innings in style. His superb catch off Hardik Pandya has limited damage for New Zealand and India have been bowled out for 252. Good total and the game is now evenly poised. A much-better over for India as James Neesham concedes nine runs, which includes four legbyes. India need a big partnership. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Catch dropped off Munro. Rayudu is leading a charmed life today. Off all people, Trent Boult spills the chance at long on. This could hurt New Zealand. 10:26 (IST) Hardik Pandya strikes in his first over and Ross Taylor is trapped in front. He does not opt for the review and it is a massive wicket. Replays show that it was missing the stumps. What a body blow this is for the Kiwis. A warm welcome to the fifth and final ODI between New Zealand and India from the Cake Tin in Wellington. MS Dhoni is back in the Indian side and he will be expected to boost Rohit’s side after their woeful show in Hamilton. Can India end the series on a high? 10:12 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Chahal gets the massive wicket of Tom Latham and that one feels, is firmly advantage India. Latham attempts the sweep shot but misses it and is hit on the pads. The umpire has no hesitation in giving it out. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 13:17 (IST) 08:49 (IST) 07:32 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 13:58 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 14:19 (IST) Henry hits Jadhav on the grill with a bouncer and Vijay Shankar breaks the shackles with a boundary to deep midwicket. Matt Henry takes the vital wicket of Kedar Jadhav who was looking good. Good length off-cutter outside off, Jadhav looks to work it to the leg side but ends up dragging it back onto the stumps. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Bad shot gets rid of Munro. Short and wide ball from Shami and Munro, without moving his feet, looks to cut but the ball takes the inside edge and flattens off stump. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In The partnership between Williamson and Latham is now nearing 70. India need a wicket quickly. So far, it has been a slow start from India. Trent Boult and Matt Henry are hitting the right lengths but there has not been much swing on offer. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Vijay Shankar is looking good as he flicks James Neesham to the long leg fence. India need this partnership to flourish. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Mitchell Santner is keeping New Zealand in the game as they need 50 off 45 balls. However, they only have two wickets remaining. Can the Kiwis pull it off? Neesham blasts a four and six off Bhuvneshwar Kumar and New Zealand are making a charge. The left-hander is reaching a fifty and if he stays till the end, New Zealand could win this. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Unbelievable. The man with the golden arm does it again. Kedar Jadhav, what a bowler. Short ball on middle stump, Williamson mistimes the pull shot and holes out to Shikhar Dhawan at deep midwicket. This is a body blow for New Zealand’s chances. Trent Boult now strikes and India are once again in trouble. Short ball outside off, Shikhar Dhawan fancies the upper-cut but does not time it well and Matt Henry takes the catch deep backward point. India are 12/2 in the sixth over. 08:35 (IST) 07:08 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 08:15 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 13:50 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 08:33 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Brilliant ball from Matt Henry and Rohit Sharma departs for 2. Full ball angled in on middle stump and Rohit looksto cover the line, the ball nips away late and hits the top of off stump. That is a cracking delivery. India are 8/1 in the 5th over. 09:08 (IST) Matt Henry is into his seventh over and he has figures of 7-1-11-2. At the other end, Boult has figures of 6-2-12-2 and India have a big mountain to climb in Wellington. WICKET! All over! Santner flicks a full ball to backward square leg and he cannot believe what he has done. India nearing a win. Rohit Sharma opts to bat in the fifth ODI in Wellington. MS Dhoni is back. Kuldeep Yadav is being rested and Vijay Shankar is back. Mohammed Shami is in for Khaleel Ahmed. 07:56 (IST) 07:42 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In All over. Bhuvneshwar bowls a short ball and Trent Boult upper-cuts it to third man where the fielder takes the catch. India win the Wellington ODI by 35 runs and win the five-match series 4-1. What a phenomenal achievement by Rohit Sharma and his side. India have sealed their first series win in New Zealand after 10 years. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Here are the playing XIs from both the sides with India making some bulk changesPlaying XIsIndia: Rohit Sharma(c), Shikhar Dhawan, Shubman Gill, Ambati Rayudu, MS Dhoni(w), Kedar Jadhav, Hardik Pandya, Vijay Shankar, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Mohammed Shami, Yuzvendra ChahalNew Zealand: Henry Nicholls, Colin Munro, Kane Williamson(c), Ross Taylor, Tom Latham(w), James Neesham, Mitchell Santner, Colin de Grandhomme, Todd Astle, Matt Henry, Trent Boult Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 07:48 (IST) 15:08 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Rayudu brings up his 10th fifty with a couple of fours off Colin de Grandhomme. India need him to stay till the end if they are to reach a big total. 15:02 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Matt Henry is opening the bowling with two slips in place. Can New Zealand’s bowlers get some movement on this wicket? Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 13:29 (IST) The partnership between Rayudu and Vijay Shankar is nearing 50. If India can get to a score in excess of 250, on this wicket, it will be great. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
SWASHBUCKLING opener David Warner smashed a whirlwind century as Sunrisers Hyderabad notched up a comfortable 48—run win over table—toppers Kolkata Knight Riders in their IPL encounter, Sunday.Warner butchered the KKR bowlers with a 59-ball 126-run innings, studded with 10 fours and 8 sixes to power defending champions Sunrisers Hyderabad to an imposing 209-3 after captain Gautam Gambhir decided to bowl.Chasing the target, KKR were reduced to 12-2 in 2.3 overs with both their openers —— Gambhir (11) and Sunil Narine (1) back to the pavillion.Robin Uthappa (53) and Manish Pandey (39) then shared a 78-run partnership off 51 balls for the 3rd wicket to keep KKR in the hunt.After their dismissal, Yusuf Pathan (12), Sheldon Jackson (16) and Colin de Grandhomme (18 not out) tried their hands but it was not enough in the end as KKR were restricted to 161-7 in stipulated 20 overs.For Sunrisers, Mohammed Siraj (2/26), Bhuvneshwar Kumar (2/29) and Siddharth Kaul (2/26) took two wickets each, while Rashid Khan (1/38) also contributed with one wicket.There was also a rain—interruption of 42 minutes when KKR were 52-2 in 7 overs with Uthappa and Pandey at the crease but it didn’t affect the match as no overs were lost.This was Sunrisers’ sixth win in 10 matches. They now have 13 points and are placed at the third spot in the table.For two-time champions and table-toppers KKR, it is only their third loss in 10 matches.With this win, Sunrisers also avenged their 17-run loss to KKR in their previous outing.Earlier, Warner and Shikhar Dhawan (29), who had forged a 107-run opening partnership in their last match against KXIP, produced yet another scintillating 139—run opening stand in 76 balls to set up the foundation for a huge total.Once they were back into the hut, Kane Williamson (40) blasted five fours in his 25-ball innings and alongwith Yuvraj Singh (6 not out) took Sunrisers across the 200—mark.This was the highest total in this season and also the third time that Sunrisers have scored a 200-plus total. They had scored 207—3 against Kings XI Punjab in their last match, besides scoring 207—4 against RCB early in the season.For KKR, who are sitting pretty at the top of the table, none of the bowlers could make any impression as they were taken to the cleaners by Warner.Opening the innings, Warner put KKR bowlers to the sword as he alongwith Dhawan amassed 79-0 in the Powerplay overs.Warner made his intention clear from the start by dealing in boundaries. He picked up Chris Woakes for special treatment in the 3rd over when he blasted him for a four and a couple of sixes to amass 17 runs.Yusuf Pathan then came in his firing line as he smashed two fours and a six to once again pile on 17 runs and bring up the team fifty in just 23 balls.The Australian then switch-hit Sunil Narine over short third man to score his 50 in 20 balls. He then punching him through cover for a four.He continued his rampage and brought up the team 100 in the ninth over by hammering Nathan Coulter—Nile for a maximum over midwicket in the fourth ball.Kuldeep Yadav then bled 18 runs as Warner clobbered one boundary and two sixes in the 10th over.In the 11th over, Warner picked up a couple of runs by sending Umesh Yadav to the deep midwicket area to score the third century of this season. He took just 43 balls for his hundred.In the 13th over, Dhawan (29), who was playing the second fiddle, was run out as KKR finally broke the opening partnership.It was Kuldeep Yadav, who produced a brilliant fielding where he picked up the ball and threw the stumps down at the bowler’s end after Dhawan failed to make the ground.Warner’s sensational innings came to an end in the 17th over when once again looking for a six off Woakes he was holed out by Gambhir.Kane Williamson (40) and Yuvraj Singh (6) then took Sunrisers across the 200—mark.
The Princess Juliana International Airport in St Maarten that was damaged during the passage of Hurricane Irma, is scheduled to reopen to all commercial flights as of October 10. This was announced on Wednesday by the country’s tourism minister Mellissa Arrindell-Doncher.“We will be back in business,” said the Tourism minister who also noted that damage done to the airport was severe and no quick fix could have been applied.Months away from full restoration“Even as we open our airport, we are still months away from restoring PJIA to its former glory.”The Tourism Minister explained that while the airport is opening, there will be some changes in terms of passenger movement and security within the terminal building to allow for repairs to the building to continue.“There might be some inconvenience here and there, but we only ask a little patience as we work to get back to 100 percent,” the minister said.She added that all airlines will issue information regarding their resumption of service via their respective outlets and agents.In discussion with airlines“We are in discussion with all of the airlines about resumption of service to St Maarten. St Maarten as a destination has been hit hard and the road to recovery is long, but we still do have some hotel inventory that can be serviced and we still want potential investors here. Basically, the message we want to send to the world is we are resilient, we are open for business and we look forward to welcoming you back,” she said.Winair resumes serviceMeanwhile, regional carrier Winair, which is based in St. Maarten, will also restart commercial operations on October 10.Winair will operate limited scheduled service to the destinations Saba, St Eustatius, St Barts, Antigua and Barbuda and St Kitts Nevis.Three Curacao – St Maarten– Curacao flights will operate only as currently scheduled this Thursday, October 5; Saturday, October 7; and Tuesday, October 10.Dutch carrier KLM will restart its twice weekly services from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to the Caribbean hub, with a stopover in Curacao, on October 29.
Yusif Basigi is wary of complacency as Ghana prepare to take on Tunisia in their second leg African Women’s Championship.The Black Queens will attempt to seal their place at this year’s African Women’s Championship when they take on their Tunisians counterparts in the second leg final qualifying at the Accra Stadium. The Queens were 2-1 winners in the first leg away in Tunis, and will fancy a place in the finals to be held in Cameroun later this year.“We already know that our Princesses and Maidens have qualified for their respective call ups so it is now our turn to also qualify for the African Women’s championship,” he told Joy Sports“It is a big inspiration for us and we are using that as a motivation to qualify but mind you we are not complacent at all because we know football is full of uncertainties.“We just need the support of Ghanaians and surely we will qualify by close of Tuesday.” –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySports
Silver indicated, though, he has “not given it any thought.””I feel very fortunate to be in this position,” Silver told ESPN about his reaction to those job opportunities. “As a longtime fan, as a longtime league employee, the opportunity to become the commissioner of this league was beyond anything I even ever dreamed of as a kid. Related News The NFL reportedly has checked in with Silver in the past to see if he would be interested in making a switch. ESPN reported in 2017: “A confidant of one owner reached out to gauge whether Adam Silver, the NBA commissioner, would be interested in running the NFL, to which Silver immediately said no.”NFL commissioner Roger Goodell signed a five-year extension in December 2017 worth up to $200 million.Silver is under contract through the 2023-24 season after signing a five-year extension with the NBA in June. The league has been thriving under Silver’s watch as NBA revenues have nearly doubled in his five years on the job, from $4.8 billion to a projected $9.1 billion, ESPN noted. Adam Silver has been drawing interest from owners in the NFL to potentially run their league, but the NBA commissioner doesn’t seem interested in making the jump to a different sport — at least for now. According to ESPN, which cited unidentified sources, several NFL owners have attempted to persuade Silver to “run their league over the course of his five years as the NBA’s commissioner.” “I’ve loved every day I’ve been in this job, and I think there’s nothing but enormous opportunity ahead for this league. And ultimately, I realize I’m just passing through like every player who’s gone through this league and ultimately like every owner, and I feel an enormous obligation to the fans and to this greater NBA family to do my best and try my hardest every day. But that’s where 100 percent of my focus is.” NBA wrap: Giannis Antetokounmpo powers Bucks to win over Pacers
MLB trade rumors: Who are 4 relievers Red Sox could pursue? The Mets honored the 50th anniversary of the 1969 World Series champion team with a series of events, including an emotional tribute that played during Saturday’s game to remember the players that have died. The only problem is the Mets included Jim Gosger, 76, and Jesse Hudson, 70, in the video, but the two are still alive. The Mets paid tribute to Jim Gosger and Jesse Hudson in their 1969 video. But both are alive. pic.twitter.com/egJNu2lzNG— Mike Mazzeo (@MazzYahoo) June 30, 2019“WE REMEMBER” was displayed on a large videoboard next to rotating names and photos, which also included Gosger and Hudson.Once the Mets realized their mistake, they apologized to Gosger, though it’s not yet clear if they made contact with Hudson. Related News MLB trade rumors: Yankees may compete with Astros for Marcus Stroman “I just received a call from the N.Y. Mets,” Gosger said . “They apologize for the mistake (Saturday). I guess a couple of my friends got through to their office.”The mistake made its rounds on social media as Gosger responded to the blunder.Even the honorary anniversary ceremony was peak Mets. (Gosger goes on to explain on his Facebook that the Mets called to apologize after getting a number of complaints.) https://t.co/tYxA2ulGYA— Hannah Keyser (@HannahRKeyser) June 30, 2019
If approved, countries would need to find stadiums that would be able to hold the added teams and games. “We will need to act more quickly if we want to have 32 teams already in 2023,” FIFA president Gianni Infantino said, via The Associated Press. “We will discuss it as a matter of urgency and see if we can already decide to increase for 2023 in which case we should re-open the bidding process and allow everyone to have a chance to organize or maybe co-host for some of those who have been bidding already for a 24-team World Cup.” Related News While the U.S. has been a favorite to win its fourth World Cup, this year’s tournament saw stars emerge on multiple teams. “We can develop national team football only if we develop club football as well all over the world, not only in a few countries,” Infantino said. “So we need a club World Cup which can be played every year to expose clubs from all over the world and to make men’s clubs, but also women’s clubs, invest even more in women’s football.” The FIFA council, made up of 37 members, is due to vote on the 2023 host in March of next year. There are already nine countries interested in bidding including Brazil and South Africa, recent men’s World Cup hosts. Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Colombia, Japan, New Zealand and South Korea are also prospectve hosts for the next women’s tournament.The Women’s World Cup has already seen a number of expansions in its short history. The event started with 12 teams in 1991, and grew to 16 in 1999 and then 24 in 2015. Infantino has been focused on expanding both World Cup events with the men’s scheduled to increase from 32 to 48 teams in 2026.“Nothing is impossible and based on the success of this World Cup of course we have to believe bigger and to do what we should have done already probably some time ago,” Infantino said. “But now we have the evidence to do it for women’s football.”The success of the United States team has helped the growth of women’s soccer.The team’s semifinal game against England was the most watched soccer match on U.S. TV since the 2018 World Cup final with over 7 million total viewers, according to a report from Variety. Alex Morgan blasts tea-sipping celebration critics over double standards Women’s World Cup 2019: Netherlands edges Sweden to set up final vs. U.S. Women’s World Cup 2019: Full bracket, dates, times, TV channels, results for every match The next women’s World Cup could look a lot different.FIFA will consider expanding the tournament from 24 to 32 teams and doubling the prize money. The change, however, would need quick approval from all parties since bidding is already underway for the 2023 event.
WELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL Monday, Dec. 7-12 BasketballKingman TournamentWellington vs. Kingman Girls – 6:20, B- 8 p.m. Oxford at Fairfield Invitational. Wellington, Conway Springs at Kingman Tournament. Thursday, Dec. 10 By Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” Sumner County teams start playing roundball, Wellington wrestling opens the season, several Sumner County football players make all-state, and itâ€™s tournament week for the high school teamsâ€¦Friday night basketball scores: Boys –Bluestem 52 Belle Plaine 51Conway Springs 64 Chaparral 52South Barber 46 Caldwell 45Udall 61 South Haven 56 OTAttica 54 Argonia 44Oxford 38 Fairfield 36GirlsÂ –Bluestem 52 Belle Plaine 35Attica 67 Argonia 49South Barber 45 Caldwell 29South Haven 50 Udall 31Fairfield 31 Oxford 27.Saturday wrestling results:Wellington participated in the El Dorado tournament which turned it into a round robing tournament guaranteeing everyone four matches. The dual record for Wellington in the tournament are as follows:106 Tim Schmidt 0-3113 Mitch Gould 1-3120 Daniel Schmidt 2-1126 Kadin Heacock 0-4132 Tyler Murray 0-4138 Sage Ferguson 3-1145 Shane Hughes 1-4152 open160 open170 Aaron Schoemann 1-3182 Ian Groom 1-3195 Jason Norris 3-1220 Jace Lowe 0-4285 Miguel Lujan 4-0Skyler StrubleÂ at 152 and Graysen DeJarnett at 160 didnâ€™t wrestle.â€œSage Ferguson in 2 of his 3 wins he came from behind to win the match,â€ said Mitch McComb, Wellington head football coach. â€œMiguel Lujan won three of his matches by fall and his last match of the day he won 3-2 in UTB (Ultimate Tie Breaker) to make long story short he wrestled for over eight minutes.â€Wellington went 16-31 as a team. â€œWe have a lot of things to work on but the kids continued to compete even when they were down,â€ McComb said. â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢JV wrestlers in Winfield The JV in Winfield had a good day with 3 champions. Nic Reyes at 126, Gabe Smith at 195, and Matt McComb at 220 all won there brackets. Josh Amos went 2-2 at 285. Blake Bales and Auston Trillo wrestled at 120 and Cody Metz wrestled at 285.All League Wichita Eagle football team:The Wichita Eagle released its 2015 All-Class Football teams. The following Sumner County football players were recognized:Class 4A Div. 1Honorable mention offensive line: Connor Burnett, jr., Wellington.Honorable mention running back: Connor Phelps, sr., Wellington.Honorable mention defensive back: Connor Phelps, sr., Wellington.Class 3AHonorable mention end (receiver): Josh Dugan, jr. Conway Springs.Honorable mention offensive lineman: Matthew Lange, so., Conway Springs.Honorable mention kicker: Jed Chitwood, sr., Conway Springs.Class 8-man Div. 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Jonathan GreenardFlorida Akeem Davis-GaitherAppalachian State Ben BredesonMichigan Jason StrowbridgeNorth Carolina Harrison BryantFlorida Atlantic Nick HarrisWashington James ProcheSMUTight endsSean McKeonMichigan Tremayne AnchrumClemson Chase ClaypoolNotre Dame Jared PinkneyVanderbilt Trevon HillMiami Jamycal HastyBaylor Jalen HurtsOklahoma Kyle DuggerLenoir-Rhyne Brycen HopkinsPurdue Logan StenbergKentucky Essang BasseyWake Forest Antoine Brooks Jr.MarylandKickerRodrigo BlankenshipGeorgiaPunterJoseph CharltonSouth CarolinaNFL staffs coaching the 2020 Senior BowlMatt Patricia and the Lions’ staff — who hold the No. 4 overall pick — will coach the North Team. Zac Taylor and the Bengals’ staff — who hold the top overall pick — will coach the South. In addition, each team has two Legends captains: The North has Tony Richardson and Mike Rucker, while Aeneas Williams and Torry Holt will represent the South. DaVon HamiltonOhio State Justin HerronWake Forest Bradlee AnaeUtahOutside linebackerZack BaunWisconsinInside linebackersMalik HarrisonOhio State Prince Tega WanoghoAuburn Terrell LewisAlabamaOutside linebackersDavion TaylorColorado Evan WeaverCal Matt HennessyTempleLong snapperSteve WirtelIowa StateDefensive tacklesNeville GallimoreOklahoma Ashtyn DavisCal Damien LewisLSU Leki FotuUtah Jabari ZunigaFlorida Alohi GilmanNotre DameKickerTyler BassGeorgia SouthernPunterBraden MannTexas A&MSouth Team rosterPositionPlayerCollegeQuarterbacksJustin HerbertOregon Cameron BrownPenn StateInside linebackersAnfernee JenningsAlabama Lamical PerineFlorida Josh MetellusMichigan Brian Cole IIMississippi State Logan WilsonWyomingCornerbacksTroy Pride Jr.Notre Dame Dane JacksonPittsburgh Denzel MimsBaylor Ke’Shawn VaughnVanderbiltWide receiversBryan EdwardsSouth Carolina 2020 NFL Draft prospects with the most to prove at the Senior BowlJustin Herbert, QB, OregonHerbert (6-6, 237) is a well-built specimen with good size and arm strength and underrated mobility. The challenge for him has been consistently putting it all together, in rhythm, as an efficient passer. He has a chance to answer all of that to nail down the No. 2 quarterback spot behind Joe Burrow.Jalen Hurts, QB, OklahomaHurts (6-2, 218 pounds) will wear that neat split helmet that represents both of his former schools in Alabama and Oklahoma. Given the fact that the last two quarterbacks Lincoln Riley coached (Baker Mayfield, Kyler Murray) won the Heisman Trophy and went No. 1 overall, Hurts shot up to first-round intrigue during a productive season as a dual threat in a spread offense. His leadership skills and intangibles, gained from leading two top programs, are evident. Now about showing he has pro-tailored physical skills.Jordan Love, QB, Utah StateLove (6-4, 225 pounds) is another exceptional athlete with ideal size and build working out in Mobile. But for him to keep rising up draft boards into at least early Day 2 consideration, he must prove his accuracy, ability to read defenses and his decision-making. He has the potential to see significant improvement.Kristian Fulton, CB, LSUFulton (6-1, 192 pounds) had a few big lapses in coverage while tested on the other side of LSU freshman sensation Derek Stingley Jr. But he can show coaches he’s a smart technician who can grow into a fundamentally sound cover man in the NFL.Neville Gallimore, DT, OklahomaGallimore (6-2, 301 pounds) is a freakish athlete with great natural pass-rush skills inside. He tapped into that in his final collegiate season with four sacks, 6.5 tackles for loss and two forced fumbles. He can raise his stock back into first-round consideration with a strong week.Chase Claypool, WR, Notre DameClaypool (6-4, 229) was a highly productive player for the Fighting Irish, using his size well to become a touchdown machine (scoring 13 times with his 66 catches for 1,037 yards). Although he averaged 15.7 yards per catch, there are some concerns about his downfield speed and lateral quickness for a guy his size. He can put them to rest in Mobile.Trey Adams, OT, WashingtonAdams ia another massive player (6-8, 327 pounds) in relation to his position. Adams is trying to push into the same tier of USC’s Austin Jackson, Georgia’s Andrew Thomas and Iowa’s Tristan Wirfs as tackles standing out early in the draft process. He can be smooth in pass protection and powerful in run-blocking, but he has to show scouts he’s agile enough to play on the left side.Kenny Willekes, EDGE, MIchigan StateWillekes (6-4, 260 pounds) was productive in his final two seasons in East Lansing, combining for 18 sacks and 36 tackles for loss. The former walk-on is a high-effort player with good versatility in getting to the quarterback, and holds up well against the run. He has a chance to show scouts that he has been undersold as twitchy athlete.Alton Robinson, EDGE, Syracuse Raekwon DavisAlabama Josiah CoatneyOle MissDefensive endsMarlon DavisonAuburn Trevis GibsonTulsaEdge rushersDarrell Taylor Jr.Tennessee Collin JohnsonTexas Charlie TaumoepeauPortland StateOffensive tacklesTrey AdamsWashington Darnay HolmesUCLA Josh JonesHouston Charlie HeckNorth Carolina T.J. BrunsonSouth Carolina Van JeffersonFlorida What time is the Senior Bowl 2020?Date: Saturday, Jan. 25Time: 2:30 p.m. ETThis year’s game, the 71st edition, will be played Saturday, Jan. 25, with kickoff time set for 2:30 p.m. ET.As usual, it will take place at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Ala. The three-day week of practices — Tuesday through Thursday — is more important than the game itself, as prospects show their wares in front of NFL scouts, coaching staff and personnel executives.What channel is the Senior Bowl on?TV channel: NFL NetworkLive stream: NFL.com/watchThe Senior Bowl will be broadcast on NFL Network.Andrew Siciliano is on the play-by-play call, joined in the booth by analysts Daniel Jeremiah and Charles Davis. Bucky Brooks and Tom Pelissero are the sideline reporters during the broadcast. The Senior Bowl can also be streamed live through NFL.com and via the NFL Network app.Viewers in Canada can sign up for DAZN to watch NFL Network.Senior Bowl practice scheduleThe players will practice before Saturday’s game on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. You can watch the practices live during the day on the NFL Network, with a recep show airing at 8 p.m. ET each night. You can also catch the action live on ESPNU on Wednesday and Thursday.Tuesday, Jan. 212 p.m. — 3:30 p.m. ET: South Team Practice4 p.m. — 5:30 p.m. ET: North Team PracticeWednesday, Jan. 221:30 p.m. — 3:30 p.m. ET: North Team Practice4 p.m. — 6 p.m. ET: South Team PracticeThursday, Jan. 231:30 p.m. — 3:30 p.m. ET: North Team Practice3 p.m. — 6 p.m. ET: South Team PracticeSenior Bowl 2020 rostersNorth Team rosterPositionPlayerCollegeQuarterbacksAnthony GordonWashington State Keith IsmaelSan Diego State Jalen ElliottNotre Dame K.J. HillOhio State Brandon AiyukArizona State Lamar JacksonNebraskaCornerbacksKristian FultonLSU (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/23/b9/justin-herbert-120619-getty-ftr_16s0bcflc2hyn1frvzwiu9lcuv.jpg?t=-561391970&w=500&quality=80 Calvin ThrockmortonOregonGuards/centersJohn SimpsonClemson Lloyd Cushenberry IIILSULong snappersBlake FergusonLSUDefensive tacklesJavon KinlawSouth Carolina Larrell MurchisonN.C. StateDefensive endCarter CoughlinMinnesotaEdge rushersKenny WillekesMichigan State Kindle VildorGeorgia Southern Adam TrautmanDayton Alex TaylorSouth Carolina State Josiah DegauraCincinnatiOffensive tacklesTyre PhillipsMississippi State D.J. WonnumSouth Carolina Joshua KelleyUCLAWide receiversMichael Pittman Jr.USC Steven MontezColoradoRunning backsEno BenjaminArizona State Benito JonesOle Miss Joshua UcheMichigan Kalija LipscombVanderbiltTight endsStephen SullivanLSU Terence SteeleTexas Tech Michael OjemudiaIowa Matt PeartConnecticutGuards/centersJonah JacksonOhio State Terrell BurgessUtahSafetiesKhaleke HudsonMichigan Shea PattersonMichigan Alton RobinsonSyracuse Devin DuvernayTexas Getty Images https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/4/5a/jalen-hurts-081818-getty-ftrjpg_1ni0d2djepw75127iehr67oils.jpg?t=2033293261&w=500&quality=80 Darrion DanielsNebraska Quartney DavisTexas A&M Colton McKivitzWest Virginia Jauan JenningsTennessee Lamar JacksonNebraska A.J. GreenOklahoma State Here’s a breakdown of what you need to know about Senior Bowl week — how to watch, who’s participating and who has most on the line while trying to impress their potential future employers.NFL MOCK DRAFT 2020: SN’s latest projections for entire first round Reggie Robinson IITulsaSafetiesK’Von WallaceClemson Francis BernardUtah Ben BartchSaint John’s Jeremy ChinnSouthern Illinois Jordan LoveUtah StateRunning backsDarius AndersonTCU Antonio GibsonMemphis The 2020 Senior Bowl will be less about culminating an all-star college football career and more about conducting the big job interview for April’s 2020 NFL Draft.Getting invited to participate means a player has the eyes of pro evaluators as an intriguing prospect who has finished his college eligibility and/or graduated from college. Last year, the game produced 93 of the 254 picks in the 2019 draft, including 40 of the 102 players taken in Rounds 1 through 3. Antonio Gandy-GoldenLiberty Jared MaydenAlabama Robinson (6-4, 260 pounds) overcame some off-field issues by pouring his heart into becoming a productive, often dominant pass-rusher for the Orange. His sacks did drop from 10 as a junior to only four as a senior, but he increased his playmaking in other areas. Robinson will hope to solidify himself as at least a second-rounder.Collin Johnson, WR, TexasJohnson (6-6, 220) has some Mike Evans in him, but he’s coming off a hamstrung season in which he was limited to only seven games. He did catch 38 passes for 559 yards and three touchdowns to continue his steady production improvement. In a deep wideout class, Johnson, like Claypool, can make a (literal) big case to stand out.