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Loading… “We must have the enthusiasm and awareness of having made an important journey that will give us enthusiasm. read also:UEL final: How Sevilla vs Inter will start after latest injuries “We must be proud to have reached a Final 10 years after the last time Inter did. “History is written by those who win, we only remember those. This is an extra push to get the most out of it.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Inter Milan coach Antonio Conte has warned his players’ finals are made for winners. Inter meet Sevilla in the Europa League final on Friday night. “As a player, I played a lot of them,” Conte said at a press conference. “I have won but I have also lost a lot. “People only remember when you win. I have won a Champions League, but I have lost three. In history, only the first one remains.Advertisement Promoted Content10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooThe Untold Truth Of Sasha Obama6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better
Olawale Ajimotokan in AbujaThe Ladies Section of IBB International Golf and Country Club, Abuja turned a new leaf by staging the first of its kind golf tournament for caddies in Abuja.The tournament was facilitated in conjunction with the Chairman of Golf Garden Waterfront, Otunba Olusegun Runsewe, as the major sponsor. The 18-hole tournament, which inspired hope for the teeming caddies, was at the instance of the IBB Club ladies led by their Captain, Mrs Lami Ahmed.About 123 caddies defied the heavy downpour and displayed their raw talent in the 18-hole qualifying tournament played on IBB golf course on Monday.At the end of the qualifying event, the field was trimmed to 50 players that will regroup for the final tournament on September 12.Runsewe, a former Director General of the Nigeria Tourism Development Corporation (NTDC) said he was influenced in his gesture because the caddies add swagger to the game of golf.The caddies were presented with goody bags stuffed with tee shirts, hand gloves and other sourvenirs.The Chairman Caddies Tournament Committee, Mrs Sandra Haruna, said the ladies organised the tournament to encourage the caddies and make them realise they are vital to the game of golf.Haruna said that since the caddies were on the bags most of the time, the ladies felt inclined about the tournament so that caddies can also experience what regular golfers feel on the golf course.”They (caddies) are highly valued individuals who can be what they want to be in life. Some of them will either become professional golfers or further their education. We are always encouraging them in their career pursuits. There are cases where after school, members assist caddies in job placement,” Haruna said.She thanked Otunba Runsewe for always supportive of the ladies section with the sponsorship, saying the caddies were motivated to compete in a tournament of such profile.One of the caddies, Jessica Solomon, lauded the club for the tournament and added that the event should be made a yearly activity to encourage some of them fine-tune their skills either for pleasure or as a career.The accounting student of Dorben Polytechnic Bwari, who has been on the bag for six years, thanked Runsewe for the sponsorship and called on others to emulate him.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
But as the Cats (18-13) prepared to inbound the ball under the Knights’ basket, two players tripped over each other’s feet and fell down as the pass sailed out of bounds, untouched. Ontario Christian (24-5) inbounded successfully, and made enough free throws to win the game. “I couldn’t believe it,” Kaiser coach Bill Hughes said. “They both tripped and fell backward, but the ball was already in the air. “I don’t care what everybody, all the reporters say. Big school or small school, it takes 10 good players, and they have some good ones.” Brummel said he told his players in the huddle that they just needed to “do it right once” in regards to an inbounds play. The Knights did what their coach told them, while Kaiser’s fundamentals lapsed in crucial moments. OCHS made 15 of its 23 free throws; the Cats missed 10 free throws. Shooting 33 percent from the free-throw line and 33 percent from the field left a hollow feeling in such a close game. Kaiser couldn’t take advantage of a game-high 20 points and 10 rebounds from Daniel Sosa. Ontario Christian was led by Justus Jones (16 points, 12 rebounds, four blocks) and Tyler Vanderzee (eight points, 12 rebounds, five assists). The Cats were 0-for-16 on 3-point attempts and were out-rebounded 46-39. Ontario Christian and Kaiser were grouped together by the CIF’s new redivisioning process, which gives more weight to league success than school size. Kaiser outshot the Knights 42 to 26 percent in the second half, aiding the comeback effort. The Cats had a 9-2 lead early before OCHS went on a 19-2 run. The Knights were able to withstand 19 turnovers. Ontario Christian, playing seven miles from home, enjoyed a distinct advantage in crowd noise. The Knights packed their student section at the sparkling “Thunderdome” and had a group of fans who grew hungrier and hungrier to see their team win a CIF title as the game progressed. By the game’s climax, the gym was roaring. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Not with the CIF-Southern Section Division IV-AA boys basketball title on the line. The Knights won the first section championship in school history Thursday night, beating Kaiser, 53-49, at Colony High School. ONTARIO – It was the most lopsided of matchups, at least by student enrollment numbers. But playing against a school six times its size didn’t seem to matter to Ontario Christian. Photo Gallery: Ontario Christian defeats Kaiser It was the little 440-student private school that came up big when it counted the most. “We talked about how it only takes one game,” Ontario Christian coach Scott Brummel said. “In the end, it’s all about the five guys on the floor.” The second-seeded Knights nearly watched their 14-point fourth-quarter lead disappear. Tenth-seeded Kaiser kept chipping away until the Cats trailed just 51-49 with 16.7 seconds left. Kaiser’s chances at an amazing comeback seemed to increase moments later, when an Ontario Christian player fell down on the ensuing inbounds pass.
It would now be held every fourth June in the year before a World Cup — just as the Confederations Cup was.Last year’s Confederations Cup in Russia — won by Germany — would therefore be the last.The competition would last 18 days. The new format means the club competition would interfere less with the rest of the football calendar, particularly in Europe.FIFA also faces the problem that while its principal tournament, the World Cup, is immensely lucrative and popular, neither the Confederations Cup nor the Club World Cup have been remotely as attractive to fans or sponsors.Clubs from the six confederations take part in the Club World Cup, but the gulf in quality can be embarrassingly large and only sides from Europe or South America have ever won it.Although Brazilian sides claimed the first three editions, only one of the last 11 has not been won by a European team — inaugural winners in 2000, Corinthians triumphed for the second time in 2012.In the United Arab Emirates in December, Real Madrid became the first club to retain the trophy when they beat Brazilians Gremio 1-0 with a goal by Cristiano Ronaldo.The changes dovetail with FIFA’s desire to build on plans already unveiled by UEFA, the European federation, and CONCACAF, which runs football in North and Central America and the Caribbean, for a Nations League to replace friendlies in the international calendar.The inaugural UEFA Nations League will begin in September of this year, with the top four teams going through to the finals in June 2019.The international governing body wants all the continents to set up similar competitions, using divisional formats, to be played in September, October and December of even-numbered years and culminating in an eight-team international tournament the following year.In order to finance its Nations League and the revamped Club World Cup, FIFA would look to team up with a consortium of private investors ready to invest some 25 billion dollars in the rights for the period from 2021 to 2033.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Real Madrid retained the Club World Cup in Abu Dhabi in December© AFP/File KARIM SAHIBLISBON, PORTUGAL, Apr 18 – FIFA has laid out plans to replace the Confederations Cup with an expanded Club World Cup that would only be held every four years from 2021, a source told AFP on Wednesday.According to a letter Gianni Infantino, the president of world football’s governing body, sent to the heads of the continental confederations, and that has been seen by AFP, the Confederations Cup would cease while the club tournament would no longer be played annually in December.