In today’s County Hurling League’s action, there’s a raft of games down for decision.Starting with Division 1, Éire Óg Annacarthy host Nenagh Éire Óg and Portroe go to Roscrea.While Upperchurch Drombane play Burgess in Drombane – all those games get going at 12 noon. Photo © Tipp FM And Borrisoleigh entertain Kilruane MacDonaghs in Borrisoleigh at 2.The match between Clonoulty Rossmore v Toomevara due to be played today is off due to a bereavement in Toomevara. The game has been re fixed for next Tuesday 30th at 8pm in ClonoultyWhile Killenaule v Loughmore Castleiney, due to take place in Killenaule today is also off with the home side unable to field a team.+++To Division 2 where Cashel King Cormacs take on St Mary’s in Cashel and Silvermines play Borrisokane in Dolla.Ballingarry host Mullinahone, while Golden Kilfeackle welcome Shannon Rovers to Golden.Meanwhile, JK Bracken travel to Ballina, and Newport entertain Lorrha.All those games get underway at 12noon.+++In Division 3, Ballybacon play Lattin Gaels in Goatenbridge at 12 noon.Then at 3:30pm, Drom & Inch take on Boherlahan Dualla in the Ragg and Cappawhite welcome Kiladangan to Cappawhite.Due to a bereavement, the match between Moneygall and Moyle Rovers, due to be played in Moneygall today, is off.Also, the pairing of Gortnahoe Glengoole and Kilsheelan Kilcash is now off as Kilsheelan are unable to field a team.+++The two games down for decision in Division 4 pit Rockwell Rovers against Thurles Sarsfields in New Inn at 12.While Skeenarinky take on Moycarkey Borris in Ballyporeen at 3.30.+++In Division 5 at 12 noon, Ballylooby play Thurles Gaels in Ballylooby, while JK Bracken’s meet Ballingarry in Templemore at 3.30.
SUBSCRIBE TO US First Published: 31st May, 2020 06:08 IST Associated Press Television News COMMENT WATCH US LIVE Last Updated: 31st May, 2020 06:08 IST Bobby Joe Morrow, 3-time Winner In 1956 Olympics, Dies At 84 Bobby Joe Morrow, the Texas sprinter who won three gold medals in the 1956 Melbourne Olympics while a student at Abilene Christian University, died Saturday. He was 84 Written By FOLLOW US LIVE TV Bobby Joe Morrow, the Texas sprinter who won three gold medals in the 1956 Melbourne Olympics while a student at Abilene Christian University, died Saturday. He was 84.Morrow’s family said he died of natural causes at home in San Benito.Morrow won the 100 and 200 meters in Melbourne and anchored the United States’ champion 400 relay team, matching the world record of 20.6 seconds in the 200 and helping the relay squad set a world record.Earlier in 1956 he successfully defended his AAU 100-yard title and swept the sprints for Abilene Christian at the national college championships. He was honored as “Sportsman of the Year” by Sports Illustrated, and won the AAU’s James E. Sullivan Award the following year.Morrow spent most of his life in the Rio Grande Valley along the Gulf of Mexico near the Mexican border. He was born in Harlingen and grew in San Benito. He starred in track and football at San Benito High School, where the football stadium is named Bobby Morrow Stadium.Morrow was inducted into the National Track and Field Hall of Fame in 1989.
Cricket South Africa’s (CSA) dire financial state is set to deteriorate significantly more after Standard Bank dropped a bombshell announcement that it won’t renew its sponsorship agreement with the federation.The bank is currently the title sponsor of the Proteas and also contributes significantly to CSA’s development programme by bankrolling its regional performance centres.Despite earlier in the week tentatively accepting CSA’s commitment to reform, Standard Bank have clearly decided there’s little evidence of those assurances being backed up by action.The Citizen understands that one major contributing factor to its U-turn was chief executive Thabang Moroe brazenly ignoring the South African Cricketers Association (Saca) and the players in a statement sent out to “all stakeholders” on Tuesday, reassuring all of a newfound commitment to transparency.ALSO READ: Proteas-England series saved (for now) as players decide against strikeStandard Bank Group Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, Thulani Sibeko, noted that the decision was deliberated on thoroughly.“Standard Bank is committed to upholding the highest levels of leadership, integrity and governance. In light of recent developments at CSA, which are a culmination of long standing problems which have damaged Standard Bank’s reputation, it has decided not to renew its partnership with CSA.”The termination of the sponsorship agreement will not be immediate though as the bank has decided to rather let the contract lapse on 30 April 2020, considering it “appropriate and fair to give CSA adequate notice so that it may explore alternative sponsorships”.CSA is scrambling to plug holes in a projected R654 million deficit over the next four years and insiders have warned this latest setback could see the federation run out of money.For more sport your way, download The Citizen’s app for iOS and Android.
Stunt performer Carl Fortin, with moves that defy gravity, is bringing his unique skill set of martial arts, parkour and acrobatics to Nelson on August 24 for workshops at Kootenay Martial Arts’ new studio.Fortin starred in one of the world’s first viral parkour videos and has appeared as a stunt performer in more than 30 films and television shows, including Deadpool 2, The Descendants 2, Once Upon a Time, Hannibal, Arrow and Resident Evil.“As well as doing a lot of stunt work in the movie industry, Carl and his wife Serenarun a martial arts school in Squamish with an emphasis on ninja-type training and extensive advanced gymnastics moves,” said Master Dean Siminoff, owner of Kootenay Martial Arts. “They will be instructing the workshops, and our black belts will be assisting them throughout the day as well as learning new methods for our own curriculum.” “We emphasize confidence, leadership skills and dedication through the discipline of taekwondo, no matter what age you are, and Carl is such a good role model for where this training can take you,” Siminoff added. “He started his martial arts training in taekwondo when he was five years old and has achieved so much since then.”The workshops will be a mix of martial arts stunts, creative movement with acrobatics, martial arts trick kicks, parkour and breakdancing in a safe and controlled environment.“We are hosting the event all day to enable parents to drop off their children for the entire work day. All are welcome from age six and up to teen and adults. Anyone who wants to learn safe and thrilling ninja-type moves is welcome to attend. Let your inner Ninja out,” Siminoff says.Watch Fortin’s demo video to get an idea of his amazing abilities. To register, contact email@example.comKootenay Martial Arts (KMA) is the largest professional martial arts center in the Kootenays and now has a permanent home with one of the largest and best equipped facilities in BC. Owner Dean Siminoff is the only 6th Degree Black Belt in the Kootenays and one of only 144 in Canada. KMA is a member of the USCDKA and WTF and has more than 20 qualified instructors.