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WATCH US LIVE FOLLOW US Associated Press Television News Written By LIVE TV SUBSCRIBE TO US First Published: 13th May, 2020 11:42 IST The Cardinals have re-signed cornerback Kevin Peterson to a one-year contract. The 26-year-old Peterson played in 14 games last season and started three after being pushed into a bigger role because of Patrick Peterson’s six-game suspension and Robert Alford’s season-ending injury. He had 16 tackles, two passes defended and six special teams tackles after joining the team off waivers from the Rams in September.The 5-foot-11, 185-pound Peterson came into the league as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2016. The Cardinals also announced that they released cornerback Andre Chachere. He spent two different stints with Arizona on the practice squad last season. Last Updated: 13th May, 2020 11:42 IST Cardinals Re-sign Cornerback Kevin Peterson To 1-year Deal The Cardinals have re-signed cornerback Kevin Peterson to a one-year contract. The 26-year-old Peterson played in 14 games last season and started three after being pushed into a bigger role because of Patrick Peterson’s six-game suspension and Robert Alford’s season-ending injury COMMENT
The GT Beer ‘Keep Ya Five Alive’ Championship ended abruptly on Sunday at the National Gymnasium after referee Errol ‘Pumpkin’ Squires was assaulted by players from the North East La Penitence outfit. The attack occurred following the conclusion of the quarterfinal between Sparta Boss and North East La Penitence, which ended 5-2 in favor of the former.Squires issued a red card to Kelvin Moore after being verbally abused at the end of the match, only to be assaulted by the individual and several of his teammates, who were also relatives.Spectators quickly came to the rescue of the referee to end the skirmish with the veteran official suffering several bruises to the face. Lawmen enforcement was also on hand to bring an end to the incident. The episode forced the final quarterfinal between Bent Street and Tiger Bay to be abandoned. Kevin Adonis, coordinator of the event, revealed that the incident will be forwarded to the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) for review.Prior to the abrupt end, Gold is Money edged LA Ballers 3-2. Jermin Junior tallied a double in the 20th and 28th minute while Randolph Wagner added a goal in the 37th minute.For the losers, Leon Richardson and Jaleel Hamilton found the back of the net in the 15th and 24th minute each. Also, Future Stars defeated Sophia-A 4-2. Jamal Cozier, Julian Bamfield, Denzil Ross and Rondel Bowman netted in the third, eighth, 13th and 27th minute respectively.For the losers Simeon Moore bagged a double in the 21st and 26th minute. The event is scheduled to resume on Thursday.Complete Results Game-1Future Stars-4 vs Sophia-A-2Future Scorers Jamal Cozier-3rdJulian Bamfield-8thDenzil Ross-13thRondel Bowman-27th Sophia-A ScorerSimeon Moore-21st and 26thGame-2 LA Ballers-2 vs Gold is Money-3Gold is Money ScorersJermin Junior-20th and 28th Randolph Wagner-37thLA ScorersLeon Richardson-15th Jaleel Hamilton-24thGame-3Sparta Boss-5 vs North East La Penitence-2 Game-4Bent Street vs Tiger BayAbandoned
SAN FRANCISCO, (Reuters) – A confident Brooks Koepka said yesterday he had ironed out the kinks that hindered his game earlier this year and added that he will claim a third consecutive PGA Championship this week if he plays at the level he is capable of. Koepka would become the only player to hoist the Wanamaker Trophy three years in a row since the tournament switched from being a matchplay event to a stroke play event in 1958.Walter Hagen won the tournament four consecutive times between 1924-1927.“I feel very confident in myself,” he told reporters at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco. “I don’t put any expectations on myself. Just go out and play golf exactly like I know how and, if I do that, then yeah I probably should win.”In the weeks leading up to the tournament few gave the 30-year-old much of a chance as he struggled with left knee soreness after the PGA Tour resumed in mid-June but the American came alive in Memphis last week to finish tied for second place.The four-time major winner and former world number one said he was more comfortable playing on the sport’s biggest stages because he thrives under pressure. “The way the golf course sets up eliminates pretty much half the guys, and then from there half of those guys probably won’t play well,” he said.“Then from there I feel like mentally I can beat them, the other half, so you’ve probably got ten guys. That’s the way I see it.”Koepka said he cannot wait to attack TPC Harding Park, where the thick rough and narrow fairways reward accuracy off the tee. “I’m excited. This is a big-boy golf course. Got to hit it straight and put it in the fairway. It’s going to be quite long,” he said of the 7,251 yard par-70 municipal layout, which is expected to experience cooler temperatures this week.“I think it kind of plays into my hands.”Koepka will be grouped with last year’s U.S. Open champion Gary Woodland and the 2019 British Open winner Irishman Shane Lowry on Thursday and Friday at the first major of the year, which is being played without fans due to the novel coronavirus.
NEW DELHI, (Reuters) – Former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni quit international cricket today, drawing curtains on an illustrious, trophy-laden career with a cryptic Instagram message. “Thanks a lot for your love and support throughout. From 1929 hrs consider me as Retired,” he wrote on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/tv/CD6ZQn1lGBi/?igshid=1hznyicmt87hg with a video montage which had images from his 15-year international career.The message ended speculation around the international future of the enigmatic 39-year-old, who quit test cricket in 2014 and has not played for India since the team’s semi-final exit at the 50-overs World Cup in July last year.“It is the end of an era,” Indian cricket board (BCCI) president Sourav Ganguly said in a statement. “His leadership qualities have been something which will be hard to match, especially in the shorter format of the game.“Every good thing comes to an end and this has been an absolutely brilliant one,” added Ganguly, himself a former India captain.BCCI secretary Jay Shah called Dhoni “one of the greats of the modern era”. “I wish him all the very best for IPL and his future endeavours,” Shah said, suggesting Dhoni would play in this year’s Indian Premier League in the United Arab Emirates from Sept. 19.Dhoni burst onto the international scene in an one-dayer against Bangladesh in late 2004 as a long-haired wicketkeeper with spectacular power-hitting prowess.He went on to become statistically India’s most successful captain, leading them to World Cup triumphs in 2007 (T20) and 2011 (ODI), while they also became the top ranked test team under him in 2009. As a batsman, Dhoni also transformed himself into one of the best finishers of the game, famously illustrating it by securing India’s 2011 World Cup victory by hitting a six in the final against Sri Lanka.The immensely popular cricketer ends his ODI career having played 350 matches, scoring 10,773 runs and effecting 444 dismissals. He holds the record for most dismissals in T20 internationals with 91 in 98 matches.Overall, Dhoni has amassed 17,000 international runs across formats, including 16 centuries, and more than 800 victims as wicketkeeper.
Southampton defender Cedric Soares is “super happy” about joining Arsenal on loan until the end of the season. The 28-year-old right-back, whose contract with the Saints expires in the summer, joins for a loan fee understood to be in the region of £1m. “We were close a few years ago,” Soares said. “It didn’t happen that time but now thank God it came true. I’m super happy. It’s amazing this step, to come here and play for Arsenal. To be able to reach this point is unbelievable.”RelatedWest Ham Seal Fabianski Transfer From Welsh Side Swansea CityJune 20, 2018In “England”Arsenal Make Uruguay Star Torreira Fourth Summer SigningJuly 10, 2018In “England”Ceballos Joins Arsenal on Loan From Real MadridJuly 25, 2019In “England”
The Baltimore Orioles have recalled Steve Clevenger and optioned Miguel Gonzalez. The Orioles now have three catchers on their roster for the final two games before the All-Star break. Clevenger was with the Orioles during the beginning of the season but was optioned after the Orioles acquired Nick Hundley. Gonzalez has pitched well in his last two starts but the Orioles want him to get a game in with the Norfolk Tides. Here is the Orioles press release. Orioles Recall CA Steve Clevenger from Triple-A NorfolkRHP Miguel Gonzalez Optioned to the TidesThe Orioles today announced that they have recalled CA STEVE CLEVENGER from Triple-A Norfolk and optionedRHP MIGUEL GONZALEZ to the Tides.Clevenger, 28, has batted .328/.378/.458 in 36 games with Norfolk after batting .243/.300/.378 in 24 games for the Orioles earlier this season.Gonzalez, 30, has gone 4-5 with a 4.04 ERA (89.0IP, 40ER) in 16 games (15 starts) for the Orioles.Please follow and like us:
Utes pass toughness test in win over Washington Utes stop skid with 70-62 win over Washington Grit, more than talent, will decide if the Utes make something of hoops season 3 keys: Utah vs. Washington Related We played with a lot of energy. I think our guys were charged up for the most part. When you play in the Pac-12 Conference, you have to bring energy. – Utah coach Larry KrystkowiakSALT LAKE CITY — In rebounding from a four-game losing streak with a 70-62 victory over Washington Thursday night, the Utah basketball team did something it hasn’t done very well lately — rebound the basketball.The Utes had been out-boarded by more than seven rebounds per game in Pac-12 play and came into the game as one of the worst offensive rebounding teams in the nation, ranking 337th out of 350 in total offensive rebounds.But the Utes hit the boards early and often, finishing with a 44-38 margin over the Huskies and finishing with 18 offensive boards, 11 more than their season average. Afterward, Ute coach Larry Krystkowiak called offensive rebounding the “difference in the game.”“We had a number of guys who were going and getting second ones,” said Krystkowiak. “We played with a lot of energy. I think our guys were charged up for the most part. When you play in the Pac-12 Conference, you have to bring energy.”Both Donnie Tillman and David Collette each had four offensive boards, while Tyler Rawson and Jayce Johnson had three apiece. There were no bigger offensive boards than the two by Tillman with the Utes clinging to a four-point lead with under 90 seconds to play.After Justin Bibbins missed a long 3-pointer with 1:32 left, Tillman battled and grabbed the rebound. The Utes took it back out and when Bibbins missed another jumper with 1:10 left, Tillman came up with the loose ball again and was fouled. His two free throws gave the Utes some breathing room at 66-60.“Coach said we needed more effort,” said Tillman. “He was telling us, ‘go crash and tip it back out and put it back in.’”When asked about the offensive rebounding, Collette added, “Just playing harder … we‘ve had a lack of energy and effort and we came out playing like we should tonight.”While Tillman and Johnson each had eight total rebounds, the top rebounder for Utah Thursday was the 5-foot-8 Bibbins, who finished with 10 rebounds.“All our big guys did a great job of boxing out and we told him, ‘you’re welcome,’” said Collette with a smile. “That’s what need, though. We can’t do it all, all the time. He’s doing a great job of recognizing and coming in and helping us out.”UTE NOTES: Utah will play Washington State Sunday night in a 6 p.m. game before going on the road for games at Arizona State Thursday and Arizona Saturday . . . The Utes will play at Washington in Seattle on Feb. 15 . . . Both teams struggled with their shooting as Utah shot 38.5 percent for the game, compared to Washington’s 37.5 percent. From 3-point range, the Utes were just 7 of 27, while the Huskies were just 2 of 18 . . . Utah Jazz rookie Donovan Mitchell was on hand for the game and received a big ovation when his face was flashed on the big screen . . . Utah’s Collette was assessed a technical foul early in the second half, but Matisse Thybulle missed both free throws . . . The Huskies made just 10 of 18 free throws on the night . . . Utah is now 9-3 over Washington since joining Pac-12 in 2012 and 14-9 all time against the Huskies.
This week at the Regent Theater: “Jumanji”Schedule: Friday at 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 2 and 7 p.m.Rated: PG-13Movie Synopsis: When four high-school kids discover an old video game console with a game they’ve never heard of–Jumanji–they are immediately drawn into the game’s jungle setting, literally becoming the avatars they chose: gamer Spencer becomes a brawny adventurer (Dwayne Johnson); football jock Fridge loses (in his words) “the top two feet of his body” and becomes an Einstein (Kevin Hart); popular girl Bethany becomes a middle-aged male professor (Jack Black); and wallflower Martha becomes a badass warrior (Karen Gillan). What they discover is that you don’t just play Jumanji–you must survive it. To beat the game and return to the real world, they’ll have to go on the most dangerous adventure of their lives, discover what Alan Parrish left 20 years ago, and change the way they think about themselves–or they’ll be stuck in the game forever…Critic’s consensus: Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle uses a charming cast and a humorous twist to offer an undemanding yet solidly entertaining update on its source material.Rotten Tomatoes rating (movie critics collective approval ratings): 76%. Audience review: 90% liked it.For more information on great movies being played, visit the Wellington Regent website at https://www.facebook.com/wellington.regent?fref=tsComing soon: Star Wars – Jan. 26.Pitch Perfect 3 – Feb. 2.The Greatest Showman – Feb. 9.
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