Lateral traction

first_imgDefinitionLateral traction is a treatment technique in which weight or tension is used to move a body part to the side or away from its original location.InformationTraction can be used to treat or reduce any joint dislocation by applying tension to the leg or arm with weights and pulleys to realign the bone. For example, it may be used to help keep a dislocated hip within the hip socket while it heals.Traction as a treatment involves the amount of tension or force used, the length of time the tension is used, and the means used to maintain the tension. Lateral traction can also be used to treat some broken bones.ReferencesRosipal CE, Wirth MA, da Silva Leitao IC, Rockwood CA Jr. Shoulder: Injuries to the sternoclavicular joint in the adult and child. In: DeLee JC, Drez D Jr, Miller MD, eds. DeLee and Drez’s Orthopaedic Sports Medicine. 3rd ed. Philadelphia, Pa.: Elsevier Saunders; 2009:chap 17, section B.Review Date:4/16/2013Reviewed By:C. Benjamin Ma, MD, Assistant Professor, Chief, Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service, UCSF Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. Also reviewed by A.D.A.M. Health Solutions, Ebix, Inc., Editorial Team: David Zieve, MD, MHA, Bethanne Black, Stephanie Slon, and Nissi Wang.last_img read more

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India vs Sri Lanka: Key battles to watch out for

first_imgThe Ashes is done and dusted, except for England’s chance to test their bench strength and Australia’s battle to go home with a win. We have to move on to Sri Lanka, where a young Indian team will be seen fighting for a rare series victory. Here are some key match-ups to watch out for in the three-Test series starting this Wednesday.Angelo Mathews vs Virat KohliBoth Mathews and Kohli are young captains who have been given the task of grooming a young team. One is aggressive and wears his heart on the sleeves while the other does the job in nonchalant manner. Their contrasting captaincy styles will be tested and it will be interesting to see which one prevails over the other.  When it comes to scoring runs, both of them have amassed tons in the recent past and have contributed to their team’s success. Virat Kohli has had a consistent run in the recent past and his performance with the bat down-under was inspiring in many ways. Mathews on the other hand, played a crucial role in winning the Test series against England in England. The series-clinching, second innings century in Headingley talks volumes about Mathews -the batsman. Both the batsmen will be looking make a mark in the three-Test series. Ishant Sharma vs Kumar SangakkaraLet’s recollect what Sangakkara did in his final one-day international tournament. Yes, it was the Cricket World Cup 2015 and the Sri Lankan batsman scored 541 runs at an average of 108.20 which included 4 centuries. Sangakkara will be looking forward to do something similar in this Test series. Sangakkara has been a prolific figure in Sri Lanka’s Test history. His trademark cover drive has treated his fans over a long period of time. His ability to adapt to conditions and tweak his game accordingly has enabled him amass 12305 runs at a staggering average of 58.04. advertisementSangakkara will be playing his last Test match this series in Colombo. (Reuters Photo) And when he walks out to bat against India, it will be none other than pacer Ishant Sharma who will try to spoil Sanga’s party. Earlier on Friday, after cleaning up the Sri Lanka President’s XI batting line-up, Ishant fired off a shot in Sangakkara’s direction saying, “He is playing for his country and I am playing for my country. We played together only in the IPL and this is international match. So I will not think that he is playing his last game, I will go hard at him.”Let’s wait and watch.    India vs India’s poor away recordThis one will be a battle fought within the dressing room, inside the minds of Indian players. Their away-record has been poor, the poorest of the top Test-playing nations. Former India Test captain MS Dhoni had no answers to foreign challenges. Two abysmal England tours, similar tours to Australia in a span of four years hasn’t helped India’s status as a touring nation. Not to forget India’s record in the island nation. It has been 23 years since India won a Test series in Lanka. Virat Kohli had trouble facing swinging conditions in England. (Reuters Photo) The team that is touring the island nation this season is young and most of them except a few haven’t played on Sri Lankan soil before. So it will prove to be a difficult for the men who are still in the learning stage of their careers to set things right this time. Ravichandran Ashwin vs Harbhajan SinghWho is India’s lead spinner. India have had two off spinners in the playing XI in the recent past and the trend has continued for this series against the Lankans. Both Ashwin and Harbhajan will look to compete with each other.Harbhajan Singh will look to make his comeback count. (Reuters Photo) The Indian batting unit is looking for support from  its lower order. While skipper Virat Kohli has pinned his hopes on Ashwin -the allrounder, it mustn’t be surprising if Harbhajan contributes with the bat. This match-up might prove to be fruitful for India if both the spinners are successful in troubling the Sri Lankan batsmen.last_img read more

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Ajay Jayaram loses in Korea Open final, bags silver

first_imgA fairytale ending eluded him as Indian shuttler Ajay Jayaram’s rampaging run was brought to a halt by defending champion and World No. 1 Chen Long of China in the final of the USD 600,000 Korea Open Super Series event on Sunday.After producing a giant-killing run to earn a maiden Super Series final appearance, Jayaram failed to breach the Chinese wall as his fight ended with a 14-21, 13-21 loss to the current world champion Long in a 39-minute men’s singles final.En route to the summit showdown, Jayaram punched above his weight, stunning the likes of World No. 6 Dane Viktor Axelsen, Japan’s Sho Sasaki and Chinese Taipei’s Chou Tien Chen to set up a title clash with Long, an opponent he had lost to at the Hong Kong Open last year.Jayaram, who is coached by Tom John in Bangalore, could not produce the same skill and tenacity that took him to the finals as he succumbed to a series of unforced errors to go down in his toughest test in the tournament and end runner up.Jayaram started with a smash but stumbled on a series of errors to lose points. Long was equally erratic in the beginning as both led 4-4 early on in the opening game. Long, however, quickly regrouped and started dominating proceedings as his smashes got sharper and he thrived on the Indian’s error to lead 9-5.Jayaram showed occasional sparks of brilliance and left Long completely stranded with a deceptive jump shot at 7-9 and with that clawed back at 9-9. However, Long produced two powerful smashes to go into the break with a two-point advantage.advertisementAfter a talk with chief coach Pullela Gopichand, Jayaram came up with a cross court smash but hit long next. The Chinese jumped and smashed in every opportunity he got, while Jayaram looked to accumulate point with some sharp deception.last_img read more

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Kevin Pietersen signs up for inaugural edition of Pakistan Super League

first_imgFormer England batsman Kevin Pietersen is the latest to join the list of superstar cricketers who have signed up for Pakistan Super League.Pietersen confirmed the same with a video message that was played during PSL launch in Lahore on Sunday.  “Absolutely buzzing to be a part of the Pakistani mela (event) coming up in February. I can’t wait to get it started,” Pietersen was quoted as saying by cricket.com.au.”It looks like it is going to be a wonderful competition. Lots of fun, lots of sixes, lots of wickets, typical T20 stuff.””I am really excited to be a part of this wonderful tournament and excited to get going. I will see you guys soon.”Earlier this month, West Indian stars Chris Gayle, Kieron Pollard, Dwayne Bravo and Sunil Naraine expressed their intent to play in the league. Bangladesh’s Shakib Al-Hasan and Sri Lanka skipper Angelo Mathews were other notable foreign players who will be seen in action in the United Arab Emirates.Five teams- Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar and Quetta- will be seen battling for the inaugural title of the PSL.A player draft will precede the start of the league in February.Big names associated with PSL so farAustralia: Brad HodgeEngland: Kevin Pietersen, Ravi Bopara, Luke Wright, Tim Bresnan, Jade Dernbach, Chris JordanWest Indies: Chris Gayle, Kieron Pollard, Darren Sammy, Sunil Narine, Dwayne Bravo, Andre Russell, Lendl Simmons, Denesh Ramdin, Jason HolderNew Zealand: Jesse Ryder, Grant Elliott, James FranklinBangladesh: Shakib Al HasanadvertisementSri Lanka: Angelo Mathews, Lasith Malinga, Thisara PereraSouth Africa: Johan Bothalast_img read more

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Shimmer, solids dominate the Emmy red carpet

first_imgLos Angeles, Sep 21 (PTI) Television stars put their best fashion foot forward at the 67th Emmys with shimmery metallics and solids ranging from blues to brights dominating the red carpet. From Kerry Washingtons Marc Jacobs thigh high slit number to equally dazzling sequined structured Prabal Gurung gown worn by Sarah Paulson and “Modern Family” star Sofia Vergaras Italian gold lame jacquard St Jean dress with 64,000 hand-applied Swarovski crystals, metallic shimmer seemed to be the flavour of Emmys this season. The best actress winner Viola Davis made head turns in a pristine white dress with blingy black leaf embroidery on it. She completed her look with an ebony clutch, Stuart Weitzman shoes, and Neil Lane diamonds. “The Mom” actress Allison Janney, who picked up her second Emmy for her role in the series, flaunted her figure in a metallic grey and black Labourjoisie illusion dress. Other names, who impressed the fashion critics with elegant glint, were Jaimie Alexander in Armani Prive, Christina Hendricks in a Naeem Khan dress with Art Deco details and Lena Headey in wine coloured beaded halter neck gown. Actress Padma Laxmi stunned in a yellow gold Romona Keveza dress. Best actress in drama series nominee, Taraji P Henson lead the solid brigade in sultry black Alexander Wang attire. Supporting her were Sarah Hyland in plum Zac Posen outfit, pop star Lady Gaga in classic one-shoulder black dress and “Mindy Project” creator Mindy Kaling in yellow mermaid fit gown. The Emmys had its share of stars, who failed to score good marks at the fashion scale, with Heidi Klum leading the list. The model sported weird look in a yellow silk chiffon Atelier Versace dress with ruffles and a loose, long sleeve on one side and a skinny strap on the other with uneven sheer skirt. Joanna Newsom, partner of Emmy host Andy Samberg, was dressed in Delpozo peach-pink gown that cut awkward angles for a red carpet wear. Naomi Grossman in part-sheer part-covered couture creation was one of the disasters on televisions biggest red carpet. PTI SHD BKadvertisementlast_img read more

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Manchester City Owners Set to Buy ISL’s Mumbai City FC: Report

first_img Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. Manchester City is set to finalise a deal with Mumbai City FC to buy the Indian Super League side ahead of the new ISL season.The City Football Group, who own Manchester City (England), New York City FC (US), Melbourne City (Australia), Club Atletico Torque (Uruguay), Sichuan Jiuniu (China), and hold stakes Girona (Spain) and Yokohama F Marinos (Japan), have held talks with multiple Indian clubs as part of their global reach. According to a report in the Mirror UK, Mumbai City FC has emerged as the ‘preferred choice’, with already having had advances talks with the club’s CEO Indranil Das Blah.Mumbai City, which is co-owned by Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor, had the likes of Freddie Ljungberg, Nicolas Anelka and Diego Forlan as their marquee players in the past.Ferran Soriano, City Football Group’s chief executive, had earlier in March had accepted their interest to get into the Indian market.”We have some interest in some markets and countries where there is a genuine football passion and opportunities like India,” Soriano had said.A number of European clubs have come to India over the last few years to set up academies on a franchise basis to establish a foothold in a potentially huge market. City Football Groupindian super leagueislMan City First Published: September 28, 2019, 1:58 PM ISTlast_img read more

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Wilson Singh-Satish Kumar Win Gold in Synchronised Diving at Asian Age Group Championships

first_img Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. First Published: September 30, 2019, 10:56 PM IST Bengaluru: India’s N Wilson Singh and Satish Kumar Prahapati on Monday produced impressive performances to win the gold medal in the 10m platform synchronised diving event at the ongoing 10th Asian Age Group Championships here.India, thus, extended their total tally to 60 medals (17 gold, 23 silver and 20 bronze) in the prestigious championships, which is the largest aquatic event in Asia. The duo of Wilson and Satish scored 290.19 to beat Uzbekistan’s Zaynetdinov Marsel and Khasanov Botir, who scored 280.53 points.The bronze medal went to Mojtaba Valipour and Masood Vakili of Iran with a score of 266.16.”We are very happy with our performance. We prepared very well for this championships and the national camp in Pune was important to sharpen our skills. We are happy it has paid off. Divers from Uzbekistan were very good and we expected a good fight from them,” Wilson said.India’s Ramananda Sharma continued his fine form as he bagged a silver medal in the 3m springboard for open category, while Siddharth Pradeshi added another bronze to his kitty in the same event here.Ramananda scored 287.75 points behind Philippines’ Deorelar Francisco (295.70 points), while Pradeshi scored 282.15 points.”I am slightly disappointed that I missed the gold. Philippines diver was flawless in all his attempts. I have a few more events left and hopefully I will do better,” Ramananda said.In men’s water polo, unbeaten Japan won the gold after securing a convincing21-6 win over Sri Lanka in their last round robin league match to finish with 12 points.Hosts India had a disappointing campaign as they finished last in the six-team competition. last_img read more

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Yuvraj Singh: All good things come to an end

first_img× SHARE SHARE EMAIL COMMENTS Published on COMMENT YUVRAJ_SINGHcenter_img SHARE August 14, 2017 YUVRAJ_SINGH He single-handedly won a World T20 for India in 2007. But then he played a big role in losing the 2014 edition. He coughed blood, hung around and won India the 2011 World Cup. Yet, his failures as a Test cricketer remain baffling.Indian cricket’s ‘fighterman’ Yuvraj Singh has time and again bounced back after adversities that would have felled most others. He even battled a rare germ cell cancer to return to cricket — a testimony of triumph in life.But now it looks like one of India’s greatest ever limited-overs exponents may never be seen again in a blue jersey, a uniform he had made his own for the better part of the last 17 years.The national selectors yesterday did not name the 36 year-old for the ODI series in Sri Lanka, a tough but fair call, indicating their mindset going into the 2019 World Cup in England.So, is it time up for Yuvraj Singh? Perhaps, it is if one reads between the lines of what experts feel.“Yuvi is a fighter but I believe going into the 2019 World Cup, it is more to do with his fitness rather than just form. Look, there’s a difference between 20-over fitness and 50-over fitness,” Saba Karim, who was a national selector in the last panel, told PTI today.“It was our panel, who got Yuvraj back in 2015 for the Australia T20. At that point, we were looking only at the World T20 in India and Yuvraj’s experience. But now it’s different. I believe Manish (Pandey) is a great talent and should be given enough opportunities,” the former India stumper said.“We have little over one and half years to the World Cup. The core team needs to get 40 matches at least. And Manish has done extremely well as India A captain. And he is perhaps one of the best fielders in current Indian line-up,” he observed.An interesting piece of statistic will help in understanding the practical reason behind the selectors’ call.When India will go into World Cup in 2019, it will be one of India’s oldest teams in terms of average age playing a marquee event. Skipper Kohli will be nearly 31, Rohit Sharma will be 32, Shikhar Dhawan 33, Kedar Jadhav 34, Ravichandran Ashwin 32, Ravindra Jadeja 30, Umesh Yadav 31 and Mahendra Singh Dhoni will be 38 plus.From being a precocious U–19 talent thrown into the deep end of the pool by Sourav Ganguly in 2000, Yuvraj’s career has been one of the most eventful ones with various shades all mixed in a palette one calls life.Yuvraj, in all these 17 years, has been a bundle of contradictions. But possibly there’s not much fuel left in the tank for one more comeback on the field.Former India opener and analyst Aakash Chopra raised a valid point. “Unless selectors come out with a definitive statement on Yuvraj, you don’t exactly know their policy. Having said that, you possibly can’t have two 38 year-olds going into World Cup. If you have both Dhoni and Yuvi, you will have to make them bat at No.4 and 5. That will be an issue,” Chopra explained.He also feels that whether it’s persisting with Yuvraj or giving Manish his share of chances, a clear cut thought process will be required.“If you continue playing someone whom you don’t want in the longer run and not give chances to one you think can do the assigned job, you are not being fair to both of them. Also we now have KL Rahul, Kedar Jadhav and Manish — in that middle order,” said Chopra.“Perhaps, selectors and the team management feel that Manish can be the No.4 and look at preparing Kedar as a finisher,” Chopra said.With 8,701 runs in 304 ODIs to his credit, maybe the die-hard Yuvraj fans would love to believe that a last hurrah will be somewhere round the corner. Even if not, there’s no embarrassment as it has been a career worth celebrating.last_img read more

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Not Speaking to My Mother Was Tough: Real Kashmir FC Defender as Valley Lockdown Completes 100 Days

first_imgNew Delhi: Real Kashmir FC defender Muhammad Hammad has a custom that he follows before every game. “I always talk to my mom and ask her to pray for me.” But when his team played its first game of the Durand Cup against Chennai City FC, Hammad had no way to contact his mother.The match was played in Kolkata on August 7, a day after the Parliament passed the bill repealing Jammu and Kashmir’s special status after a severe clampdown was imposed in the Kashmir Valley. Hammad and the other Kashmiri players had no contact with their families and their professional commitments tied them to Kolkata. Yet the show went on.The team played I-League champions Chennai City FC and registered a 1-0 win as the team’s star forward and local boy Danish Farooq scored the decisive goal.”We won our first game at the Durand Cup but all us Kashmiri boys got very emotional. The fact that I couldn’t speak to my mother before the match made me very sentimental,” Hammad said on Tuesday even as the crippling lockdown in the Valley has now lasted 100 days.He revealed that the team members could not speak to their families for 10 days. “As a team, we stuck together and helped each other cope with the feelings. Everyone was there for the other. But as professionals, we had to focus on the game and that’s what we did,” Hammad said on the sidelines of the team’s jersey launch in the capital along with its partner, sportswear giant Adidas.While the postpaid mobile services in the Valley were only restored on October 14, 72 days after the restrictions were imposed, the team’s co-owner Sandeep Chattoo arranged for the players to speak to their families. The shutdown of internet and prepaid mobile services still persists.To help out his team members, Chattoo got a phone activated with “special permission”, which was the only way the players could contact their families in India and abroad.”Sometimes the phone would ring at 3 o’clock in the morning, calls would come from Zimbabwe, England and Nigeria,” Chattoo told PTI.Real Kashmir coach David Robertson, who is now in his third season with the club, acknowledged that Kashmir was a difficult place to begin with but added that he has grown extremely fond of the place and has a tight-knit squad with him.”It’s difficult to be at Real Kashmir because there are various hurdles to overcome. For foreign players and staff, we’re trying to communicate home. The Kashmiris were in a tough spot not being able to contact their families. We are all just there in need for each other, that was the time for Kashmiris with them not being able to speak at home but we tried to keep a nice atmosphere. We all help each other through hard times,” Robertson, who is from Scotland, said.”I have an emotional attachment to this club and this place, it’s like a second home. I know there will be a time when I’ll either be sacked or move on but while I’m here, I just enjoy the experience,” he told News18.com.It weren’t just the Kashmiris who were affected by the lockdown. With the communication and internet lines still not fully open, Real Kashmir’s new signing Kallum Higginbotham also has had to find a way around to keep in touch with his family.The team has been in Kashmir for the past one month and it is through the landline at their hotel that Kallum is able to speak to his family back in England.”Due to the communication lockdown, it has been tough to get in touch with my family. Since there is no internet, we can’t FaceTime. There is one landline at the hotel that we use to speak.”We are a close group so we help each other stay positive. I have played in England as well but this is the best camaraderie I have experienced within a team,” Kallum said.On being asked why he chose to join Real Kashmir, Kallum said he spoke to Robertson and that made him go ahead and sign for the I-League club. Robertson said he told Kallum of all the positives and the pitfalls of the place after which he chose to join.”I told him it takes twice as long as anywhere else to reach places and you have to be patient. What helped was knowing I was here, my son was here. He has loved it ever since,” Robertson explained. Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. Article 370communication lockdownDanish FarooqDavid Robertson First Published: November 12, 2019, 7:14 PM ISTlast_img read more

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Rafael Nadal, David Ferrer storm into quarterfinals at Rio Open

first_imgEven the King of Clay Rafael Nadal needs victories to boost his confidence, which has waned recently as his dominance has slipped on the slippery red surface.”Winning is the important thing, which gives you confidence and lets you relax,” Nadal said after joining fellow Spaniard David Ferrer in the quarterfinals of the Rio Open, the third clay-court tournament in the month-long swing around Latin America.Nadal and Ferrer – the top two seeded players – both beat countrymen on Thursday to reach the last eight. Nadal beat Nicolas Almagro 6-3, 7-5 and Ferrer defeated Albert Ramos-Vinolas 4-6, 6-1, 6-4. (Also read: Nadal, Ferrer unworried by Zika  virus in Rio Open) Nadal has won 14 of 15 matches against Almagro.Nadal was knocked out in the semifinals last week in Buenos Aires, which he linked partly to stomach problems and the stifling heat in the Argentine summer.”I’m feeling better physically,” Nadal said. “Last week I had a little problem with my stomach during the whole week, and with the humidity – it was unbelievable. I felt so bad physically. Here I’m feeling much better because the stomach is much better. That’s the key on the improvement of my game, and victory helps.”Nadal will face Alexandr Dolgopolov of Ukraine, while Ferrer meets young Austrian Dominic Thiem in the last eight, a matchup of one of the most consistent players on clay against a 22-year-old viewed as a star of the next generation.Thiem defeated Nadal last week in the semifinals in Buenos Aires en route to winning there. Ferrer has won 26 ATP singles titles – five last season.advertisement”He’s a very great player,” Ferrer said of Thiem. “He’s young. He’s playing with confidence. He’s going to be a top player, for sure. I like his game and tomorrow is going to be tough I know. I’ll have to play my best tennis for a win.”Constant downpours the first three days forced schedulers to compress the schedule on Thursday and put Ferrer in action during the afternoon with suffocating humidity and temperatures around 35C (95F).”These are extreme conditions, and it’s very difficult to play in conditions like this,” Ferrer said.In other key men’s matches in the combined ATP-WTA event, Federico Delbonis defeated Paolo Lorenzio 6-3, 6-0 and Dolgopolov won over Inigo Cervantes 3-6, 6-0, 6-3.On the women’s side, second-seeded Johanna Larsson was upset 6-4, 6-4 by Brazilian qualifier Paula Goncalves. No. 3 Danka Kovinic defeated Silvia Soler-Espinosa 6-2, 6-3 and No. 6 Lara Arruabarrena beat Ana Bogdan 7-5, 5-7, 6-3.last_img read more

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Viv Richards lauds Brendon McCullum for breaking his record

first_imgWest Indian batting legend Vivian Richards heaped praise on swashbuckling batsman Brendon McCullum after the New Zealand skipper registered the fastest hundred in longest format of the game off just 54 balls playing in his last Test.Richards, who until Saturday held the record for the quickest ton in Tests off 56 balls jointly with Pakistan’s Misbah-ul-Haq, was lavish in his praise for McCullum for his record-breaking feat.Walking in when New Zealand were tottering at 32 for 3 on the opening day of the first Test against Australia at Christchurch, McCullum smashed 100 runs off just 54 deliveries to pull the hosts out of trouble and break Richards’ record set against England in 1986.McCullum, who completed his century with a boundary, scored 145 off 79 balls before Nathan Lyon pulled off a superb catch off James Pattinson’s bowling to send him back to the pavilion.”Let me take this opportunity to congratulate Brendon…(I’ve) been a great fan of yours for many years. Well done on your achievement,” Richards said in the video on Twitter, posted by Pakistan Super League (PSL) side Quetta Gladiators on Saturday.”And if there was going to be an individual who you would’ve liked to have surpassed whatever you would’ve achieved in life, certainly it would be you. You’re one of those individuals who help to put bums on seats. Long may that continue. Well done, man.”last_img read more

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Josh Hazlewood pleads guilty after abusing umpire during tense Christchurch Test

first_imgAustralian pace bowler Josh Hazlewood pleaded guilty to a dissent charge after launching an expletive-laden tirade when a decision went against him in the second Test versus New Zealand on Tuesday.With New Zealand battling to build a second innings lead in the first session on the fourth day, Hazlewood was convinced he had trapped Kane Williamson lbw only for umpire Ranmore Martinesz to deny the appeal.Captain Steve Smith asked for a review, though ‘hot-spot’ technology showed Williamson, the key wicket the Australians needed in their push for victory, had got a thin inside edge onto his pad, so ball tracking was not examined. (2nd Test: Jackson Bird takes five as Australia close in on victory vs New Zealand)The big screen did not show a clear picture of the hot-spot and Hazlewood exploded, with stump microphones capturing his tirade. Smith then confronted Martinesz mid-pitch.Williamson, who had an earlier lbw verdict overturned, fell for 97 after lunch as the hosts posted a total of 335, giving the visitors a 201-victory target.Australia reached 70 for one at the close of play.The outburst from Hazlewood, and ‘teapot’ impersonation by Smith dominated social media afterwards. The fast bowler pleaded guilty later to showing dissent, a team spokesperson said.”We probably thought it was out, but those 50-50 calls either go your way or they don’t,” said Australia bowler Jackson Bird, who took career-best figures of 5-59.”Test cricket is a hard game and tempers can rise and people can get frustrated sometimes. If we did overstep the line, the match referee and the on field umpires and the ICC are there to adjudicate that.”advertisementTuesday’s incident was the latest where technology has created an issue on the field between the two teams.During the inaugural day-night Test in Adelaide last November, third umpire Nigel Llong failed to give Nathan Lyon out despite hot-spot technology showing he had clearly hit the ball before a catch was taken.In the final one-day match in Hamilton earlier this month, all-rounder Mitchell Marsh was dismissed after the crowd saw a replay on the big screen that showed he had been caught and bowled by Matt Henry and promptly issued a chorus of boos.Umpires Ian Gould and Derek Walker heard the crowd reaction then asked third umpire Sundaram Ravi for a review, which confirmed the dismissal and prompted an angry reaction from the Australians.In the first test in Wellington, Doug Bracewell bowled Adam Voges for seven only to be called for a no-ball by umpire Richard Illingworth. Replays showed the delivery was legal.Voges went on to score 239 that set up their massive innings and 52 run victory.New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson, who was batting with Williamson at the time of the latest incident, said the big screen replays had not been that clear for the players.”I know from the big screen there’s a few bits and pieces (that) are harder to tell,” he said.”I know we’ve been on the end of those where you want a wicket so badly and you want something to happen…and it doesn’t quite go your way.”It’s happened before and it’ll happen again.”last_img read more

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SPORT-IND-DHONI 2 LAST

first_img(REOPENS FGN 1) (REOPENS FGN 1) But knowing fully well how he can be misunderstood in this part of the world, Dhoni did his own balancing act praising the opposition. “But things have changed. Its not a Bangladesh team of 2004. They have a fantastic squad, they have improved a lot and thats showing in their performance.” He agreed that any defeat hurts but staying in present is paramount. “Staying in the present helps. If you start thinking about past, you always feel hurt but its important to forget about past. You can only take your learnings out of it. We played to our strength and glad we did that as this was an important win.” After his match-finishing act today, someone asked if he still feels that he cannot win matches regularly as he had said late last year, a smiling Dhoni replied: “More than me, the media said (laughs). (On a serious note) I can play big shots. Its about consistency. “A Suresh Raina or a Rohit Sharma can actually play big shots from the first delivery. In the sub-continent, it is very difficult to play big shots straightaway when you are coming down the order. The ball reverses and also is soft.” “Out of 10 innings, I might be able finish in 5 innings but some in the team have strength to do that in 7 out of 10 innings. So I think we criticise individuals too much without giving them a fair run. We have a habit of throwing statistics but I would like to check the statistics of last 50 years (limited overs have been serious played only last 33 years) as to who has finished how many games for India,” concluded Dhoni. PTI KHS PM PMadvertisementlast_img read more

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ICC ban on bowlers responsible for our early exit: Mashrafe Mortaza

first_imgBangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza on Sunday blamed the ICC’s suspension of two of its key bowlers for illegal actions for his side’s exit from the World Twenty20.Bangladesh were bundled out of the tournament after four straight losses in the Super 10 group stage – including a crushing 75-run defeat to New Zealand on Saturday.But Mortaza said they were hobbled by the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) decision to bar key paceman Taskin Ahmed and left-arm spinner Arafat Sunny early in the group stages.Bangladesh, whose side finished runners-up to India in the Asia Cup just before the World T20, made a failed frantic appeal to the ICC to have Taskin’s suspension overturned.”In the last eight matches, Taskin’s economy rate was the best in the world. So it was always difficult to lose him,” Mortaza said at Dhaka airport after returning home.”The way he was bowling, we had our plan set around him. We had to change the entire game plan. Before the Australia game when he was banned we could not hold our emotions due to this shock.”We accepted that Sunny’s action has problems. Even Sunny himself accepted it. But Taskin’s ban was a complete shock for us,” he said.Bangladesh qualified for the group stages after commanding wins over the Netherlands and Oman, and Mortaza said the tournament had been a good learning experience.”From now on, whoever we face, if we don’t keep making small mistakes, it will not be easy to beat us. This is what I believe. We could not do this in Twenty20 in the past.”advertisementlast_img read more

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SPORT-SAINA 2

first_imgIt was a combination of electric shock therapy and a new It was a combination of electric shock therapy and a new trainer which helped Saina to expedite the process of her recovery. “Saina had to go through the electric shock therapy session five to six times during February. Every week she would go through the sittings for 10 minutes and it has helped her. Also there is a new training coach which helped her to gain strength,” coach Vimal Kumar said. Vimal was happy with the progress that Saina has made in the last two months. “I am quite happy with the way she has recovered. She devoted a lot of time for recovery in February. She needs that confidence for movement and stroke making. There is a lot of pressure on her. The more she plays tough matches she will get going. But I think this is the fittest that I have seen her since World Championship,” Vimal said. “Of course she can get better. But now it cant happen, there is no time. May to July will be the time when we can systematically work on that. She has done everything possible. She will play two more tournaments at Malaysia and Singapore. But now she should just focus on India Super Series.” The 26-year-old turned up for All England Championship early this month but she lost in the quarterfinals to Tzu Ying Tai of Chinese Taipei. She also played at the Swiss Open but faced defeat against Wang Yihan in the semifinals. “At All England, actually there is a lot of pressure and tension when I approached the net and played at the back because such shots put a lot of pressure on my right leg. So I was scared it might happen again. I might get injured again. So it was difficult mentally,” Saina said. Asked if she was confident of defending her title at the India Open, Saina said: “If I am fit, I will definitely do well. There will always be pressure on you when you are the defending champion. “The conditions are different here then what it outside India. So unless I made errors, I should be able to pull out matches. I am back again. There were some things here and there which I worked on. I covered then well. So hoping for a good season ahead,” said Saina, who opens her campaign against Indias Tanvi Lad in womens singles tomorrow. More PTI ATK PDS PMadvertisementlast_img read more

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Online gambling increasing in teenagers: study

first_imgToronto, Mar 31 (PTI) Teens are gambling online at a significantly higher rate than previously reported, a new Canadian-study has claimed.Nearly 10 per cent of teens in three Canadian provinces said they had gambled online in the past three months, according to researchers from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and the University of Waterloo in Canada.Of all adolescents surveyed, 42 per cent reported that they had gambled money or something of value in offline (land-based) gambling or online gambling.Popular gambling activities included: a dare or challenge (22 per cent), instant-win or scratch tickets (14 per cent), games of skill, such as pool or darts (12 per cent), offline sports pools (9 per cent), and cards, such as poker and black jack (9 per cent).”A substantially high proportion of young people are gambling in general, and mostly in unregulated forms, like in a dare or a game of pool, which are accessible to youth,” said Tara Elton-Marshall, scientist at (CAMH).”The high proportion of teens who are gambling in any form is concerning because there is research to suggest that the earlier people start to gamble, the more likely it is to be an issue later on,” said Elton-Marshall.The findings come from 10,035 students in grades 9 to 12 (aged 13 to 19) who completed the 2012-2013 Youth Gambling Survey in schools in Canada.Most adolescents participating in many forms of gambling were not of legal age to gamble.Online gamblers were adolescents who reported gambling in online sports pools, Internet poker or Internet slot machines.advertisementThe higher rates of online gambling may partly be due to the fact that adolescents were asked about online sports pools, which may not have been considered a form of gambling by teens responding to previous surveys about online gambling.Among these adolescents, 36 per cent had a score indicating a potential gambling problem on a scale measuring problem gambling, versus 8 per cent among offline-only gamblers.Problem gambling severity scores were calculated based on responses to questions, such as how often they missed activities like team sports or band due to gambling/betting.”While we do not know why adolescents who also gamble online had higher problem gambling scores, we also found that adolescents who were also gambling online were more likely than offline-only gamblers to participate in multiple forms of gambling,” said Elton-Marshall.”This suggests that young people who are also gambling online are individuals who are seeking out a range of gambling experiences, which could put them at greater risk for problem gambling,” she said.Teens also participated in free simulated forms of gambling online, including free poker websites and gambling games on Facebook.The study was published in the journal BMC Public Health. PTI MHN SAR SARlast_img read more

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Samsung Galaxy J3 (2016) quick review: One for the road

first_imgSamsung’s new Galaxy J3 (2016) intends on bringing biking and mobility together. And it intends on doing so without burning a hole in your pocket. “While studying the consumers’ phone usage behaviour, we realised that incoming calls are a major distraction to bikers,” said Asim Warsi, senior vice president, Samsung India Electronics at the launch event on Thursday. “About 70 per cent of our entry-level consumers are two-wheeler drivers. We are very happy that we have come up with something that will benefit millions of two-wheeler users and promote responsible riding,” he added.Biking and mobility aren’t exactly the best of friends and neither we nor Samsung encourage bike riders to flout any traffic rules, with or without the Galaxy J3 (2016). But at least there’s now a way to make them — biking and mobility — come to the table. It’s made for India, and totally made in India. Samsung calls it the S Bike Mode.Also read: Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge (and Galaxy S7) review: On the edge of perfection Developed inside Samsung’s Indian R&D centres, S Bike Mode is a “hardware and software solution to not only propagate responsible riding but also ensure a tension free ride.”Samsung’s proprietary Bike Mode allows users to concentrate on the road ahead and not be distracted by incoming calls. The feature is enabled via NFC for which the phone will ship with a specialised NFC tag. This makes the Galaxy J3 (2016) one of the cheapest smartphones in India to come with NFC connectivity option. Riders can affix the NFC tag at a convenient place — helmet or fuel tank for instance – and activate the Mode by simply tapping the phone on it. Alternatively, the feature can also be enabled via the pull down notification panel on the phone.advertisementOnce enabled, any caller trying to reach the user will hear an automated answering machine to inform the caller that he/she is currently riding and cannot take calls. Messages can be pre-recorded in as many as 14 Indian languages. The user (while riding) meanwhile will not get any notification pertaining to the incoming call so that he/she can concentrate on the road ahead.If, however the call is urgent, the caller can press 1 to get through. The Galaxy J3 (2016) user in that case will receive a distinctive tune to know the call is urgent. But he/she won’t be able to take the call unless he/she stops his/her bike. This is because the Bike Mode also adds a feature called Motion Lock to the phone that prevents the rider from taking the call while he/she is in motion. The rider can only answer the incoming call when he/she bring the bike to a halt. The feature has been designed to encourage responsible riding, says Samsung. Additionally, riders can also select specific contacts who will receive an auto SMS with an estimate of when he/she would likely be available for a call. Samsung has also incorporated a built in rewards program (in association with Freecharge) to encourage riders to use the S Bike Mode. More they use it, bigger the reward.That’s all about the S Bike Mode, folks!Coming to the mobility aspect of the phone, well, you can’t help but notice that the Galaxy J3 (2016) looks (and feels) all too familiar. This is because it is after all, a rebranded Galaxy On5. It follows Samsung’s – now dated — flat rectangular slab of a design scheme with a removable back cover that sports faux leather finish. Although the phone appears to be well built and quite sturdy to hold and use, it is still inherently made of plastic. Not that it is a deal breaker or anything, but that rival companies are now increasingly opting for metal (some or all of it) doesn’t help its case.Also read: Galaxy S7 Edge camera review: The biggest reason to buy this Samsung phone  That’s the problem with most Samsung budget phones. They seem to be frozen in time from a design point per se. The physical home button on the front flanked by backlit capacitive keys, the power button on the right and volume rocker on the left, the squarish camera module flanked by the speaker out and LED flash – all been there done that. It’s like we are seeing the same thing again and again. Hello Samsung, your budget phones need a makeover, and they need one now!The new Galaxy J3 comes with a 5-inch HD display boasting of a 720 x 1280 pixels resolution. Samsung has used its proprietary Super AMOLED panel here. Unlike sAMOLED seen in Samsung’s high-end and mid-tier phones, the screen of the Galaxy J3 shows washed out colours. Brightness levels are fairly adequate though, more so for the price that it commands. Note that we now have FullHD phones in and around this price point, so that leaves the Galaxy J3 in quite a tight spot as well.advertisementOn the hardware side, the phone comes with a 1.5 GHz quad core processor coupled with 1.5GB of RAM and 8GB of internal memory which is further expandable by up to 128GB via microSD card. The dualSIM phone runs Android 5.1 Lollipop-based TouchWiz UI and supports 4G LTE (850/900/1800/2100/2300) connectivity option. These are again fairly basic hardware specs, that make sense for the price. In our brief usage we found the Galaxy J3 (2016) fairly responsive with occasional hiccups when multitasking (switching between apps). Bloat or unwanted apps are less (compared to earlier) but they are there, some of which you can’t uninstall. Somehow, TouchWiz still feels a slouch on low-end hardware. We’ve been using the Galaxy S7 Edge for some time now, and we feel that TouchWiz could do better. Note that the comparison is just to stress upon the hardware constraints of the Galaxy J3. At its price, the phone is still a capable performer, except of course if you’re looking to do a lot of multitasking on it.The Galaxy J3 sports an 8-megapixel camera on the rear with autofocus and LED flash along with a 5-megapxiel camera on the front. The sensor on-board was pretty quick to lock focus (in tricky light situations) in our brief usage and shutter speed was also fairly good. Images clicked, well, not so much. These came out with lots of noise, even with blurry subject in some cases in indoor well-lit conditions. We however reserve our final verdict for our full review of the phone.    The phone is backed by a 2,600mAh battery which is pretty standard for a phone at its price point.Priced at Rs 8,990 the Galaxy J3 (2016) is geared almost exclusively towards bikers. It’s a phone where biking and mobility can co-exist. In fact, it encourages it. Sadly, everything else takes a backseat. The phone has an average screen, average hardware and average rear camera, at least in first impressions. Samsung’s S Bike Mode is an innovative feature – an industry first – that shows how the company is committed towards the Make in India campaign and is worth a great deal of appreciation. But at the end of the day, it’s a software feature — that requires NFC — that won’t be exclusive to the Galaxy J3 (2016) for long. According to Samsung, “it will be available across all its 4G-enabled Galaxy J series devices over a period of time.” Hopefully, we will also have better phones along the way.last_img read more

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Atletico Madrid oust Bayern Munich to reach Champions League final

first_imgAtletico Madrid reached the Champions League final on away goals on Tuesday after a 2-1 defeat at Bayern Munich, in which both sides missed a penalty, with the exhilarating tie finishing 2-2 on aggregate.Atletico will play in the showpiece match for the second time in three seasons against either city rivals Real Madrid, who beat them in the 2014 final, or Manchester City, with the second semi-final scheduled for the Bernabeu on Wednesday.Bayern’s exit ended their hopes of claiming a treble with Atletico going through to the May 28 final at the San Siro in Milan after winning the first leg 1-0 last week.The Bavarians went ahead with a Xabi Alonso free kick just past the half-hour and could have scored again three minutes later but Thomas Mueller’s penalty was saved by Jan Oblak.Atletico levelled through Frenchman Antoine Griezmann’s seventh goal of this season’s competition in the 54th, meaning Bayern would need at least two more goals to progress.Bayern’s Poland striker Robert Lewandowski set up a dramatic finale with his 74th minute goal before Atletico’s Fernando Torres had an 85th minute spot kick saved by Manuel Neuer.But it made no difference in the end as Bayern suffered a third straight elimination by a Spanish team at this stage in their three seasons under Pep Guardiola.”They were better, but we scored an away goal, which was important. We need to keep grounded and first of all think of the Liga before the final,” said Griezmann, whose side are level on points with leaders Barcelona in the Spanish title race.advertisement”Were delighted. It was difficult, a really hard game, we had a great opponent in front of us and we had to both defend and try to score. Thats what we did,” he added.BITTER PILLGuardiola, in his final Champions League home game at Bayern before his move to Manchester City for next season, started with defender Jerome Boateng, back from a three-month injury break on Saturday, and Franck Ribery, himself back from injury.With a newly-discovered intensity, the Bavarians were dominant in the first half, successfully navigating through the Spaniards’ high pressing game and grabbing their first chance with a Lewandowski header in the 12th minute.”We are a bit lost for words,” said Neuer. “We played great football today, did everything we set out to do but it is bitter not to be travelling to Milan for the final.”Atletico keeper Oblak was kept busy in the first half, with the tables turned and Bayern doing the pressing — having 12 shots compared to Atletico’s two by the half hour.Alonso finally got the hosts a deserved lead in the 31st minute, his low free kick clipping Atletico’s Jose Maria Gimenez to cancel out Atletico’s first-leg advantage.Bayern pushed for a second goal and thought they would have it when Javi Martinez was brought down by Gimenez in the box to earn a penalty three minutes later.But Oblak saved Mueller’s spot kick and Atletico stunned the home crowd after the break when Griezmann linked up with Torres and charged through to beat Neuer with a fine finish.With Bayern now on the backfoot and needing at least two more goals to advance, Atletico grew bolder and Juanfran’s shot on the hour sailed narrowly wide.Lewandowski put Bayern back in front on the night with a close-range header to spark a dramatic finale but they could not find another goal and their Champions League hopes were over.last_img read more

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UAAP: NU beats FEU anew for 2nd win

first_imgFor the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Drilon apologizes to BCDA’s Dizon over false claim on designer of P50-M ‘kaldero’ The Tamaraws trailed by as many as 18 points, 53-35, in the third period, but held the Bulldogs to just nine points in the final period, allowing the Tamaraws to send the game to overtime.Clemente looked to have given the Bulldogs a respite with a triple for a 71-69 with 24 seconds remaining in regulation, but Barkley Eboña scored on a drive to send the game to overtime.“We just went back to basics and never stopped believing,” said Jamike Jarin, who once again brought his entire team for the post game press conference.Gaye opened overtime with a couple of foul shots, before Clemente and Ildefonoso hit consecutive triples for a 79-71 advantage.Gaye tied a season high 16 points and also grabbed 10 rebounds, while Clemente hit four of five from beyond the arc and finished with 15 points on top of eight rebounds.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ LATEST STORIES A strong start in the extra period behind John Lloyd Clemente and Dave Ildefonso gave the Bulldogs the cushion they needed to withstand a late fightback by the Tamaraws, who were denied of a third straight victory.Ildefonso fired 27 points and grabbed 11 rebounds as the Bulldogs remained in the hunt for a Final Four berth after improving to 2-6. The Tamaraws wasted a chance to gain solo third after dropping to 4-5, which puts them at solo fifth.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGreatest ever?SPORTSFormer PBA import Anthony Grundy passes away at 40SPORTSBecoming his own manThe Tamaraws fought their way back from 15 down in the fourth quarter and even took a 67-65 lead on Royce Alforque’s lay-up with 2:02 remaining.That basket capped a 17-0 blitz for FEU, which came into the game on a high after an 82-79 conquest of University of the Philippines last Sunday. Headed for Tokyo The Scores:NU 85 — D. Ildefonso 27, Gaye 16, Clemente 15, Oczon 8, Gallego 5, Minerva 4, S. Ildefonso 3, Galinato 2, Malonzo 2, Rangel 2, Yu 1, Diputado 0, Joson 0, Mangayao 0, Tibayan 0.FEU 79 — Ebona 15, Alforque 11, Comboy 11, Stockton 9, Tchuente 9, Torres 9, Tuffin 7, Gonzales 6, Bienes 2, Cani 0, Nunag 0.Quarters: 15-13, 39-32, 62-47, 71-71, 85-79. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next DTI creates Marahuyo, a luxe Filipino fashion brand for global buyers Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles02:36Archers, Eagles favorites to win UAAP Season 8000:50Trending Articles02:11Makabayan bloc defends protesting workers, tells Año to ‘shut up’03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games01:38‘Bato’ to be ‘most effective’ CHR head? It’s for public to decide – Gascon02:07Aquino to Filipinos: Stand up vs abuses before you suffer De Lima’s ordeal01:28Ex-President Noynoy Aquino admits contracting pneumonia00:45Aquino agrees with Drilon on SEA games ‘kaldero’ spending issuecenter_img Becoming his own man Matteo Guidicelli had saved up for Sarah G’s ring since 2014? This jewelry designer is also an architect Canadian vaping study details danger from ‘popcorn lung’ chemical Duterte calls himself, Go, Cayetano ‘the brightest stars’ in PH politics MANILA, Philippines–National U recovered its bearings in overtime as the Bulldogs repeated over the Far Eastern U Tamaraws, 85-79, last Wednesday in UAAP Season 82 at Smart Araneta Coliseum.ADVERTISEMENT Ethel Booba on SEA Games cauldron: ‘Sulit kung corrupt ang panggatong’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View commentslast_img read more

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Under-22 Azkals bow to Busmen

first_imgDon’t miss out on the latest news and information. Someone from the Philippines could win a $208 million jackpot this week! Eriksson’s ‘Azkals’ put Philippines on Asian Cup map PLAY LIST 01:30Eriksson’s ‘Azkals’ put Philippines on Asian Cup map00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles02:11Makabayan bloc defends protesting workers, tells Año to ‘shut up’03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games01:38‘Bato’ to be ‘most effective’ CHR head? It’s for public to decide – Gascon02:07Aquino to Filipinos: Stand up vs abuses before you suffer De Lima’s ordeal01:28Ex-President Noynoy Aquino admits contracting pneumonia00:45Aquino agrees with Drilon on SEA games ‘kaldero’ spending issue Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next ONE Championship to have Philippine league Duterte officials’ paranoia is ‘singularly myopic’ Rice industry paralysis MOST READ The Busmen have four points like Mendiola.The Azkals’ first win came at the expense of Green Archers United, 1-0, on Sunday.Kaya-Iloilo and Stallion Laguna have three points each in pacing Group B, with both owning wins over the Philippine Air Force, 5-0, and 2-1, respectively.Group winners and runners-up will advance to the semifinals and the Azkals would have to beat Mendiola to have a chance.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIEScenter_img Priority legislation in the 18th Congress De Bruycker is actually still part of the Under-22 pool. But he had to suit up for Ceres in the competition as the Busmen allowed some of their stars to take a break following a long league campaign.Stephan Schrock, who is being considered as one of the two overaged players who will reinforce the SEA Games team, did not see action for Ceres.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGreatest ever?SPORTSFormer PBA import Anthony Grundy passes away at 40SPORTSSan Miguel suspends Santos, Nabong, Tubid indefinitely after ‘tussle’ in practiceStill, the Philippines remains in the running for a spot in the semifinals with three points from two matches. The SEA Games-bound squad will face Mendiola on Wednesday with the winner advancing to the Last Four.Mendiola, which held Ceres to a 2-2 draw last Saturday, also stayed in contention after a Jim Ashley Flores strike ensured a 1-0 win over Green Archers at Aboitiz pitch in Lipa City. Duterte calls himself, Go, Cayetano ‘the brightest stars’ in PH politics Matteo Guidicelli had saved up for Sarah G’s ring since 2014? What’s behind the display of Chinese flag in Boracay? Unable to sustain a strong start, the Philippines’ Southeast Asian Games-bound side absorbed a 1-2 defeat to PH Football League champion Ceres Negros recently in the Copa Paulino Alcantara at Biñan Football Stadium.Yrick Gallantes struck in the 30th minute to give the Young Azkals the lead, but goals from Dylan de Bruycker and Robert Lopez Mendy in the second half put the Under-22 side to the sword.ADVERTISEMENT Drilon apologizes to BCDA’s Dizon over false claim on designer of P50-M ‘kaldero’ View commentslast_img read more

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