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EPL: Watford climb out of relegation

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first_imgRelatedPosts Trio of signings make instant impact as Everton stun Spurs Watford appoint new head coach EPL: Watford battle Gunners for survival Watford moved out of the relegation zone as their stunning revival under new manager Nigel Pearson continued with a 3-0 victory at south coast strugglers Bournemouth on Sunday. Abdoulaye Doucoure’s goal shortly before half time gave Watford the lead and Troy Deeney smashed in their second midway through the second half. Bournemouth offered little by way of a response and substitute Roberto Pereyra completed the rout in stoppage time. Watford produced an impressive display to climb out of the relegation zone. The win, Watford’s fourth in the six games since Pearson took charge with them bottom of the table, lifted them to 17th place, ahead of Aston Villa who play Manchester City later. While Watford, who won only one of their opening 17 league games, are on the up, Bournemouth’s hopes of a sixth successive season of top-flight football are sinking. Eddie Howe’s side looked short on confidence as they slipped to their third successive defeat without scoring a goal. They are second bottom with 20 points from 22 games having been as high as seventh in early November.Tags: Abdoulaye DoucoureNigel PearsonRoberto PereyraTroy DeeneyWatfordlast_img read more

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Skaters From 17 Countries at the Competition in Sarajevo

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first_imgThe international competition in skating “Sarajevo Open 2014” will be held on 31 January until 2 February in Sarajevo at the Olympic hall Juan Antonio Samaranch under the organization of B&H Union of Skating Sports.This competition is of the highest rank and it is on the official calendar of the International Skating Union (ISU) and is also the main event to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Sarajevo Olympics.The arrival to Sarajevo and participation at the competition was confirmed by more than 170 competitors from 16 countries, such as Turkey, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Hungary, Italy, Russia, Finland, Estonia, Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Moldova, Austria, Mexico and B&H, and  11 international judges.The B&H Union of Skating Sports announced that the competition will be held in all categories, and they are particularly looking forward to the arrival of a large number of junior and seniors, who are in the top ranks of the European and world skating lists.(Source: Fena)last_img read more

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England trio named in European squad for PING Junior Solheim Cup

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first_img Tags: Annabell Fuller, Junior Solheim Cup, Lily May Humphreys, Mimi Rhodes England’s Mimi Rhodes, Lily May Humphreys and Annabell Fuller have all been selected for the European team to face the United States of America in next month’s PING Junior Solheim Cup at Gleneagles.Rhodes, 17, from Burnham & Berrow, earned an automatic place on the team having finished in the top-six on the European Junior Solheim Cup ranking. That list was headed by Slovenia’s Pia Babik, 15, who capped a tremendous year by winning last week’s Girls’ Amateur Championship at Panmure. The other four players who earned a place by that route were France’s Lucy Malchirand, Italians Benedetta Moresco and Alessia Nobilio and Anne Normann from Denmark.Fuller, 17, from Roehampton, and Humphreys, 17, from Stoke by Nayland, were both selected as wild card picks by European captain Mickey Walker. Scotland’s Hannah Darling, Denmark’s Amalie Leth-Nissen, France’s Lilas Pinthier and Germany’s Paula Schulz-Hanßen were the other picks.“I’m excited to announce such a young, talented and international team for this year’s Ping Junior Solheim Cup, said Walker, who was Europe’s Solheim Cup captain when the match was first played in 1990. “This will be a special week for everyone involved and create memories and friendships that will last a lifetime.“I am delighted the matches will be played at Gleneagles, one of the most iconic golfing venues in the UK and one of my personal favourite places to visit and play golf. I feel sure that all the girls participating in the PJSC will feel the same.“Finally, on behalf of the European team, I would like to say a big thank you to John Solheim and his family for their vision and generosity in creating this wonderful match between the very best young players from the two continents.”“The depth of talent on Mickey Walker’s team is very impressive and promises to create some exciting and memorable moments at Gleneagles”, responded Solheim, PING Chairman and CEO.“It is wonderful to see six countries represented. It speaks to the wide appeal of the game and is a testament to the golf organisations within each country that have committed to developing such talented young ladies.”This year’s PING Junior Solheim Cup is to be played over the King’s course at Gleneagles, on Tuesday September 10 and Wednesday September 11, immediately ahead of the Solheim Cup which starts on the resort’s PGA Centenary course on Friday September 13.European Squad for PING Junior Solheim Cup:Pia Babnik (SLO)Lucie Malchirand (FRA)Benedetta Moresco (ITA)Alessia Nobilio (ITA)Mimi Rhodes (ENG)Anne Norman (DEN)Annabell Fuller (ENG)Lily May Humphreys (ENG)Hannah Darling (SCO)Amalie Leth-Nissen (DEN)Lilas Pintheir (FRA)Paula Schulz-Hanßen (GER) 20 Aug 2019 England trio named in European squad for PING Junior Solheim Cup last_img read more

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