Rugby League It will be a brotherly affair between Saroa Keina Bulldogs and Prima Broncos in Rigo rugby league grand finals tomorrow at Kwikila station oval, Central province. Both clubs have secured the A grade and U20 division finals and fans of both these teams and residents in the nation’s capital including those of Central origin are invited to come along and support in the true spirit of rugby league. Interim administrator Manu Lofena said throughout the mid-season a total of 10 teams participated and since being entrusted by PNG RFL’s Southern Confederate to run the competition their aim is to give opportunity to the rural talent in Rigo to be actively involved in competition despite past administrative issues. “We have been entrusted by the PNGRFL Southern Confederate to run Rigo rugby league because there is going to be a lot of programs running next year,” said Lofena. “Middle of the year the competition was running but was stalled because of the corporate support and then the director (southern confederate) directed interim executives to come in and pull in corporate support.” Gone are the days of violence given the two team’s commitment towards ensuring their players and supporters abide by the true spirit of rugby league. Lofena assured Rigo rugby league followers that an annual general meeting will be held after two weeks to elect the new office bearers so they can align themselves and attend the next PNGRFL AGM. “We thank Sergey and Vikki Mosin for their humanitarian support to Rigo rugby league to make it work and for us to complete our grand finals through their products Mosin Water and others,” said Lofena. “When we (interim administrators) came on board, Vitis Industries through their Mosin products gave an initial sponsorship of K10,000 to support the competition right up to the grand final.” There will only be grand final awards made after the grand final while yearly awards will not be made due to time frame. Match officials will be from the Port Moresby rugby league. “Rugby league has tough rules, we are not running a bush league and I do not want Rigo rugby league to run a bush league,” says Lofena when advising supporters to be mindful of no violence to rugby league. At 9.20am U20 finals will be officially kicked off by Southern Confederate Gwaibo Mairi. The men’s A grade final kicks off at 10.40 am.
All 32 NFL teams white at home games in their entire history All 32 NFL teams white at home games in their entire history Favourite Logos:Montreal Canadiens and Montreal Expos 190 SportsLogos.Net 22,645 Recommended Posts Followers 0 0 Share on other sites Share on other sites Share on other sites 423 0 sorcerer77 Members Posted June 13, 2012 Share on other sites ARTnSocal sorcerer77 Location:San Diego, CA / Parsippany, NJ 141 posts 71 Location:California Link to post 522 0 423 Members Link to post 3,026 posts 2 Posted June 15, 2012 Share on other sites “People of the court, these guys are total dildos!" Sign in to follow this Posted June 14, 2012 3 Gothamite Sports Logo News Posted June 15, 2012 illwauk Members All 32 NFL teams white at home games in their entire history Chawls 7,535 posts 12,353 posts Has Dallas ever worn white at home? Nah, I believe they call it “whole milk”. Maybe Colorwerx can dive into that some more? 0 Link to post gothedistance Share this post 22,645 Posted June 13, 2012 Location:Wisco Share on other sites Chawls 0 five boroughs, one City. ExposGotRobbed94 9,167 posts All Activity 2 423 Buffalo The Packers wore white for their first two home games in 1989 and I believe those are the only times they ever did it.Before that, the Packers wore white at home for some games in 1939 and possibly 1938 (but not the 1939 championship game, in which they wore their traditional blue). The Packers also had a white jersey in the 1940s which they wore in Green Bay when navy-weaing teams like the Bears and Rams came to town.Ah, ok. I knew they had a white jersey back then, but didn’t think they ever wore it at home. 185 posts Sign in to follow this Link to post Link to post Link to post 3,972 0 Share on other sites SportsLogos.Net 0 Posted June 13, 2012 I’m sure many people know this http://www.uni-watch.com/research-projects/white-at-home-in-the-nfl/I am curious to know all the teams’ white at home instances that include prior to 1957.Some of the teams that have worn white at home prior to 1957 are the Giants, Bears, Eagles, Browns, and others.What I want to do here is have a list down of all the teams. All of the games where they wore white at home in their entire history. If you want, we can also include preseason games.Does anyone have any knowledge of games dating from way back then? Link to post From that very article:Seahawks: Never. 1,149 Share this post This topic is now closed to further replies. Link to post Raider Nation Location:New Orleans metro area 1 3,972 From that very article:Seahawks: Never.That could change this upcoming season. I wouldn’t put it past Seattle to play at home wearing White/Grey maybe once or twice to show the fans the new uniforms.I agree with that And Ithink they should try it Sports Logos 162 Link to post Posted June 13, 2012 Old School Fool 12,353 posts Share this post Share this post 22,645 Link to post Location:Southern California .In 1984 the Bills wore white jerseys with blue pants for every home game at Rich Stadium.I’ve searched many times trying to find photos from the Dallas at Buffalo game from 18-Nov-1984US Presswire has none …. Does anyone have or know of where I can find these photos from that particular game which the Bills beat the Cowboys 14-3??1984 was also the first season of the red helmets .. 924 posts Share this post Norva Share this post Posted June 13, 2012 .In 1984 the Bills wore white jerseys with blue pants for every home game at Rich Stadium.WOW! Those ^^^ are beautiful! I was only 1 at the time, so I don’t recall… I did find some photos from Bills training camp from 1989 or 1990 and the Bills players were wearing blue pants.Yes, and the Bills also wore those blue facemasks with those red helmets for a couple of years before switching to white. I was disappointed the Bills dropped those blue pants shortly after 1984, they would have looked good on those Bills teams of the 90s, at least as an option. Had the Bills retained those blue pants, you wonder if they would have considered a blue monochrome at some point. 162 0 71 ExposGotRobbed94 Members Link to post Favourite Logos:Buffalo Bills ’62-73 .. Buffalo Bisons (hockey) ’56-’70 .. Buffalo Sabres ’06-’07 alternate logo 2 3 Edge Followers 0 Posted June 14, 2012 Go To Topic Listing 129 posts 190 Buffalo gothedistance Share on other sites Members Edge njmeadowlanders 162 The Packers wore white for their first two home games in 1989 and I believe those are the only times they ever did it.Before that, the Packers wore white at home for some games in 1939 and possibly 1938 (but not the 1939 championship game, in which they wore their traditional blue). The Packers also had a white jersey in the 1940s which they wore in Green Bay when navy-weaing teams like the Bears and Rams came to town. 1,038 posts @GoldAsIce Gothamite Members Link to post 102 Members 53,285 posts Location:Wisco Share on other sites 𝐋𝐄𝐓 𝐌𝐄 𝐈𝐍 1,149 Share this post Posted June 13, 2012 illwauk Share this post 3,972 Share on other sites All Activity Members 947 posts 423 Share this post Share this post Forums Home By gothedistance, June 13, 2012 in Sports Logo News illwauk Favourite Logos:”Tradition and simplicity; there’s a fine line between the two. You can’t manufacture tradition but you can empathize simplicity.” – John Viola 0 Members 190 Members 0 Members 102 The Bucs wear white at home quite a bit, especially early in the season when it’s hot. At least they did under Gruden. 522 0 Link to post 1 0 5,731 posts Norva Members 423 Members illwauk Share on other sites 423 .In 1984 the Bills wore white jerseys with blue pants for every home game at Rich Stadium.WOW! Those ^^^ are beautiful! I was only 1 at the time, so I don’t recall… I did find some photos from Bills training camp from 1989 or 1990 and the Bills players were wearing blue pants. njmeadowlanders Old School Fool Forums Home ARTnSocal Share on other sites The Packers wore white for their first two home games in 1989 and I believe those are the only times they ever did it. Location:Montreal,QC Sports Logo News Sports Logos 1 1,149 102 Posted June 13, 2012 522 Share this post Share this post “People of the court, these guys are total dildos!" Share on other sites Share this post Posted June 13, 2012 From that very article:Seahawks: Never.That could change this upcoming season. I wouldn’t put it past Seattle to play at home wearing White/Grey maybe once or twice to show the fans the new uniforms. Favourite Logos:New York Mets Posted June 15, 2012 3 71 0 Has Dallas ever worn white at home?
Mumbai എം MS is the ‘lucky captain’ who got the best team in the world during his tenure as captain. Former India player and BJP MP Gautam Gambhir has been named as Dhoni. Gambhir said that Dhoni’s success as skipper included Zaheer Khan, who was brought up by Sourav Ganguly as the current captain of the BCCI. Speaking on Star Sports’ Cricket Connected chat show, Gambhir referred to Dhoni as the ‘lucky captain’ who had the opportunity to reap the rewards of Ganguly’s hard work.‘Zaheer Khan has the full credit for making Dhoni the best captain in Test cricket. Zaheer Khan is Dhoni’s greatest blessing. The credit for his upbringing is entirely attributed to former captain Sourav Ganguly. In my opinion, Zaheer Khan is the most world-class pacemaker India has seen. “Dhoni is the lucky captain who has got the best team in all formats,” Gambhir said. Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the first Indian captain to make India in the world rankings in Test cricket.Zaheer Khan is the only bowler to take 311 wickets in his international Test career spanning a decade and a half. Zaheer took 116 wickets under Dhoni’s captaincy. Zaheer, meanwhile, took 102 wickets under the captaincy of Sourav Ganguly. Zaheer’s bowling average is at 30.62 under Dhoni. Zaheer, on the other hand, had an average of 35.98 under Ganguly. Zaheer Khan, who made his international debut under Sourav Ganguly, has grown into a world-class bowler under him.Gambhir said it was not difficult for Dhoni to lead India in the 2011 ODI World Cup as there were so many superstars. Dhoni’s squad included Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag, Munaf Patel, Yuvraj Singh, Yusuf Pathan and Virat Kohli. Gambhir said Ganguly was the captain who built the best team out of the ashes, adding that Dhoni was the captain who got the best team out of everything.‘It was the easiest thing for Dhoni to lead the Indian team in the 2011 ODI World Cup. Because of that, there were players including Sachin Tendulkar, Sehwag, I, Yuvraj, Yusuf and Virat. Dhoni has been awarded the best team. Ganguly worked hard to build the team. As a result, Dhoni has won so many trophies, ”said Gambhir.English Summary: MS Dhoni very lucky, he became successful Test captain because of Zaheer Khan: Gautam Gambhir
Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette is about to be transferred to Atletico Madrid. The Londoners will let the Frenchman leave as soon as Pierre-Emerick Obameyang signs a new contract, which is expected to happen in the coming days.Atletico will pay £ 30 million for Lacazette, who often found himself on the bench after the arrival of Mikel Arteta at the Emirates. Willian’s impending arrival would further limit the striker’s ability to play.The main goal of the “gunners” at the moment is to ensure Obamaiang stays at the club. After winning the FA Cup, it seems that the chances of this happening have increased.Londoners have to part ways with some players to fund new recruits. The club is ready to sell a lot of its players. Socrates, Genduzi, Torreira, Mkhitaryan, Kolasinak, Mustafi and Holding are on the transfer list and will be released with a suitable offer.Arsenal have hopes to part with Mesut Ozil’s huge salary, but their chances are not great. The German has a contract for another year, and his agent recently said that Ozil has no intention of leaving the club. Follow us anywhere and anytime with the mobile application of Gong.bg. You can download it from Google Play, App Store and AppGallery.
Former Egypt and Ajax striker Ahmed Hossam Mido has commented on the possible departure of Lionel Messi from Barcelona. He believes that the absence of the star will allow the new coach Ronald Koeman to establish his authority in the team.“This is the best thing that can happen to Kuman. I’m sure he won’t be able to build his empire on the team with Messi in the locker room.Ronald is one of the best coaches I’ve worked with, he has a strong character, but he will face many difficulties if Messi stays …Kuman has been my coach for two and a half years and no matter how much time passes, he still can’t handle players with strong characters. That’s why he doesn’t want players with his own opinion, “Mido told Goal.com.While questioning Kuman’s ability to work with big names, Mido admits that the Dutchman can boast of Barcelona’s “DNA”, which is a huge advantage. Follow us anywhere and anytime with the mobile application of Gong.bg. You can download it from Google Play, App Store and AppGallery.
Chalk up the hands and test brute strength on Saturday when the Guyana Amateur Powerlifting Federation (GAPF) stages its inaugural Bench Press Showdown at the 704 Sky Lounge. Attractive prizes will be up for grabs during the competition which gets underway at 15:00hrs. The fund raising event is open to everyone with no registration fee attached for participants.These and other details were disclosed last evening at the 704 Sports Bar where the event was launched.According to General Secretary of the federation, Andrea Smith, weigh in starts one hour prior to lift off and participants will compete in the light, medium and heavy weight classes. Smith added the Bench Press Showdown is one “of a number of fund raising activities to help support the national outfit participating in the NAPF/Caribbean Championships slated for Mexico in July.”President of the Federation, Ed Caesar thanked 704 Sports Bar and Banks DIH for collaborating with the GAPF to make the event a reality. Caesar along with PRO of the GAPF, Runita White and representative of 704 Sports Bar, Jermaine Prescott then encouraged patrons to support the Showdown with their presence.Admission is set at $1000.
Guyana suffered their second consecutive defeat at the Caribbean Basketball Confederation (CBC) Women’s Championship, going down to host nation Suriname 73-52 on Monday at the Anthony Nesty Sports Hall. It was an improved performance from the Guyanese following their 79-39 defeat to Barbados on Sunday, as they competed for three quarters against experienced Dutch unit.Suriname secured the opening quarter, as they outscored Guyana by a 22-16 score-line.However, the Guyanese fought back in the second quarter, netting 11 points, while restricting Suriname to a meager four points to take a marginal 27-26 halftime lead. Suriname responded with equal measure in the critical third stanza, seizing the advantage in the contest at 51-42, after outscoring 25-15.The result was then sealed in the final period, with the Dutch ladies tallying 22 points to Guyana’s 10 points.They will conclude their group campaign against the Dominican Republic today at the same venue from 18:45hrs.
BATESVILLE, Ark. – Modified drivers at a record number of tracks in IMCA’s Western Region will enjoy the title sponsorship support of Larry Shaw Race Cars for a fourth consecutive season in 2015.The Batesville, Ark., chassis builder again provides a portion of the $6,000 point fund to be paid to top 10 drivers in official standings for the region encompassing Arizona, California, western Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, northern New Mexico, Oregon, Utah and Wyoming.Drivers are required to display two Larry Shaw Racing decals on their race car to be eligible for point fund shares. The champion earns $2,500, with $1,250 for second, $625 for third, $325 for fourth and $300 for fifth.Sixth through 10th place finishers each receive $200.Sanctioned Modified events are scheduled at 50 tracks in the region this year. That’s the highest number of sanctions since IMCA resumed keeping regional standings in 1993.“This region continues to grow and the support of Larry Shaw Race Cars has been vital to the stability in the region,” stated IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “Last season Zane DeVilbiss captured a national championship out of the Larry Shaw Western Region and I am sure the West will continue to represent itself at the top of our national point standings.”Larry Shaw Race Cars is now in its eighth year as an IMCA marketing partner. More information is available by calling 870 251-2966 and at the www.larryshaw.com website. Shaw also retails high performance parts and repairs all makes of chassis.
AAA-Toledo 5 at Syracuse (25-26) 3Jose Marmolejos 1-4, HR, 2 RBIYadiel Hernandez 1-4, RBIIrving Falu 2-3, runAA-Harrisburg (26-25) 12 at Hartford 2Drew Ward 2-5, 2 runs, HR, 6 RBIDaniel Johnson 3-5, 3 runsAustin Davidson 2-4, RBIOsvaldo Abreu 2-4, runJefry Rodriguez W, 6 IP, H, 0 ER, 9 KHigh A-Potomac (26-22) 0 at Salem 2 Game 1Jake Noll 2-3High A-Potomac (26-23) 8 at Salem 10 Game 2Carter Kieboom 2-4, Grand Slam, 4 RBIEdwin Lora 3-4, run, 2 RBIJack Sundberg 2-3, run, RBIBryan Mejia 3-4, 3 runsLow A-Hagerstown CancelledPlease follow and like us:
At one point in Arkansas’ 51-10 loss to Auburn on Saturday, the Razorbacks ran what might be the worst play we’ve seen in recent memory.Arkansas, down 17-0 to the 11th-ranked Tigers in the second quarter, lined up to punt the ball away at its 41-yard line. It was at that moment the team ran an ill-conceived, ill-fated fake punt. “We needed something to give us a spark and we were going to have to try and steal a possession somewhere. Luckily they missed the field goal so that didn’t hurt us at that point. We were looking for anything to try and get a spark on that one.“Yeah, it’s just designed to — they had a full-on rush. Let the rush come and kinda touch pass over the top like a basketball shot, right over the top with (Auburn’s player) running under it.”Expect that play to never make another appearance again for Arkansas. This fake punt from Arkansas might be one of the worst plays we’ve ever seen in college football.pic.twitter.com/VpKPOKJlQE— Sporting News (@sportingnews) October 19, 2019MORE: Sooner Schooner flips in scary crash during Oklahoma-West Virginia gameSo, to recap: Arkansas punter Sam Loy received the snap, then chest-passed the ball up in the air like he was in a Dr. Pepper halftime throw competition. The pass was well off the mark, and was intercepted by the Auburn defense. But what makes this play truly disastrous is that, even if the pass was completed, the receiver still had 11 yards to go for the first down.So what was the intent behind this play? Arkansas coach Chad Morris was asked about it after the game, and actually provided a lengthy explanation. Although he clearly recognizes the play didn’t go as planned.“Yeah, not the result we were looking for,” Morris said after the game. “It was something that they had shown, we have actually been working on that for a couple of weeks. I thought at the time that we needed something to get us kickstarted, just wasn’t moving the chains.