BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) – Rovman Powell and Andre McCarthy both stroked unbeaten half-centuries as the Jamaica Scorpions easily defeated the Combined Campuses and Colleges (CCC) Marooners by seven wickets in their Group B encounter of the Regional Super50 at the Three W’s Oval here yesterday.Powell, who scored 79 not out and McCarthy who made 72, shared an unbroken partnership of 136 for the fourth wicket, as the Scorpions easily overhauled CCC’s total of 219 for eight in their 50 overs, finishing on 220 for three off 34.5 overs.Both batsmen scored better than a run-a-ball as they dispatched CCC’s bowlers to all parts of the ground with exceptional ease.Powell’s knock came off just 64 balls and contained two boundaries and six sixes, while McCarthy counted four fours and three sixes during his 69-ball innings.They came together with the score on 85-3, following the dismissals of Chadwick Walton (5), Chris Gayle (21) and Jermaine Blackwood, who made 36.The duo took a particular liking to Marooners’ captain Carlos Brathwaite, whose four overs went for 46 runs.Earlier, Scorpions captain Nikita Miller grabbed three wickets as the Marooners batsmen struggled to get going.After Kjorn Mottley fell with the score on two, Kyle Corbin and Amir Jangoo added 52 runs for the second wicket to help lead a fightback.But Miller had Jangoo trapped leg-before-wicket for 30 and Christopher Lamont caught and bowled Corbin to leave the Marooners on 66-3.Miller also accounted for the wickets of Brathwaite (26) and Nicholas Kirton (18), with Nicholas Sookdeosingh who made 13 – all getting starts but failing to push on, as the Marooners slipped further into trouble at 121-6 in the 30th over.However, a 72-run partnership between topscorer Khesan Mottley and Keron Cottoy, ensured the home side got up to a respectable total.Unfortunately, though, the pair took up 18 overs during their stand, which meant that there was no late flurry at the end for the Marooners.Ottley was eventually dismissed by Oshane Thomas for 43, his knock coming from 62 balls and containing two sixes.Cottoy batted through the innings to end unbeaten on 40 from 61 balls. His innings contained a solitary boundary.Miller was the top bowler for the Scorpions taking 3-35 from his nine overs and he received good support from Thomas who snared 2-41 from his eight overs.MAROONERS inningsK. Corbin c & b Lamont 28K. Ottley c Blackwood b Bryan 0A. Jangoo lbw Miller 30N. Sookdeosingh lbw b McCarthy 13Carlos Brathwaite b Miller 26N. Kirton b Miller 18KH Ottley c Blackwood b Thomas 43K. Cottoy not out 40A. Jordan c Lamont b Thomas 9J. Jagessar not out 1Extras: (lb-3, nb-1, w-7) 11Total: (8 wkts, 50 overs) 219Fall of wickets: 1-2, 2-54, 3-66, 4-91, 5-112, 6-121, 7-193, 8-215.Bowling: Bryan 4-0-20-1, Thomas 7-0-41-2, Lamont 10-1-31-1, Miller 9-0-35-3, McCarthy 7-0-21-1, Bonner 2-0-14-0, Allen 9-1-31-0, Powell 2-0-23-0.SCORPIONS inningsC. Walton lbw Jordan 5C. Brathwaite c Brathwaite b Jagessar 21J. Blackwood c Brathwaite b Cottoy 36A. McCarthy not out 72R. Powell not out 79Extras: (lb-2, w-5) 7Total: (3 wkts, 34.5 overs) 220Fall of wickets: 1-8, 2-31, 3-85.Bowling: Jordan 6-0-41-1, Jagessar 9-1-30-1, Cottoy 6-0-45-1, Buchanan 6.5-0-38-0, KH Ottley 3-0-18-0, Brathwaite 4-0-46-0.
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Embed from Getty ImagesChelsea boss Antonio Conte spoke about a number of issues at a media conference ahead of the game against Southampton. Here’s some of what the Italian had to say.Conte on Southampton“I can tell for sure that the game will be very difficult for us because Southampton is a really good team. They have a lot of good players. The players are very fast and they can play well on the counter attack.AdChoices广告“My expectation is to suffer. I have this sensation. We must pay great attention.“It won’t be easy to win the game – as Manchester City know very well, because they played against them and solved the situation only in the 96th minute.”On playing without an out-and-out strikerEmbed from Getty Images“We played this way last season and I think this is a good option because you don’t give a point of reference to your opponent.“You can play, with your three players, very good technically and also very fast and very good one-v-one – creative players.“At the same time, it is very important to have a good balance. If our three strikers want to sacrifice without the ball to give us the right balance then, yes, I think this could be a good option for the present and for the future.“You have to have a balance or you risk losing the game, risk a counter-attack, and I don’t want this. I think my players know very well what I want.”On Charly Musonda’s futureEmbed from Getty Images“I’m happy for him. It was right to sign a new contract and the club I think took the right decision and the player the same. For his future, the club and the player will take the right decision.”On Alvaro Morata“He’s better. He has trained with us. He had this pain in his back but he is in contention for the game.”On Morata watching DVDs of Didier DrogbaEmbed from Getty Images“They are two different players with different characteristics. Drogba was a wonderful striker. He was more powerful than Alvaro but Alvaro don’t forget has a lot of time for improvement, is a technical player, and I see a great future for Alvaro.”On the January transfer window“I think that it’s right to have a meeting with the club about the transfer market in January.“But as you know very well, I stay here to work – I am a coach and for the transfer market is the club and you have to ask the club.“I can give my opinion to my club but the last word is from the club and I have to respect every decision of the club. This must be very clear.”On Manchester CityEmbed from Getty Images“For sure Manchester City is not a surprise for me and maybe also for you, because at the start of the season all the people said this league was for two contenders; the two Manchesters.“This is a great team but was a great team also last season. Then during the transfer market they reached their first targets and created an important team.“We must pay great attention and not only in England, because Manchester City is building a strong team to lead in Europe or in the world.“Manchester City is a really good team to have these 15 wins in a row. I think also you must also be lucky, because in many games they won in the last minutes.“When you have this type of run you must also be a bit lucky, but they are deserving this and we must have respect.”On David LuizEmbed from Getty Images“David has a big inflammation in his knee and we have tried to sort this situation with the doctor and it’s important to assess the situation day by day and to try to solve this problem.“I don’t know when he will be able to come back with us, but with the medical department we are trying to sort this situation.“The last days he was working in the pool and today I saw him on the pitch trying to run a bit, but very slow. This is a serious problem but we hope to sort this as soon as possible.“It is always frustrating when you don’t play, especially when you have an injury.“For sure there is a lot of frustration for the injury. I understand because I was a player and when I was injured my feeling was very sad.“You want to be available for training sessions and to be in contention for competition, but injury is part of the job.”On leaving out Michy BatshuayiEmbed from Getty Images“He is part of my squad. Don’t forget he played in the Community Shield and we started the season with him. I try to make the best decision for the team.“He was out for three weeks. He had a problem with his ankle. Then he struggled to find the right physical condition. Now he is starting to stay in good form.” Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook See also:Conte on his future, Pirlo, injuries, Luiz’s role and possibly selecting youngstersConte on Nainggolan, Morata, being linked with Roma and why Chelsea keep picking up injuriesConte on Watford, Mourinho, Kante, Drinkwater and claims players are unhappy with his methodsConte on Kante, Moses’ ‘bad injury’, Mourinho, Matic, Man Utd and his relationship with AbramovichConte on Italy job, Luiz, injury latest, Drinkwater, chasing Man City and why he’s growing a beardConte on Salah, Liverpool’s leaky defence, Morata, Moses, Klopp’s passion and Fabregas needing a restConte on Loftus-Cheek, injuries, defending Bakayoko, Luiz and the futures of Courtois and WillianConte on Luiz’s future, injury latest, Benitez, chasing Man City and whether players might be soldConte on Drinkwater’s illness, West Ham, Azpilicueta and the futures of Hazard and LuizConte on Bakayoko, Hazard v Messi, the January transfer window, squad rotation and feeling unhappyConte on Luiz reports, selecting youngsters, Morata’s fitness, Kenedy – and what he wants for ChristmasConte on Everton, transfer rumours, Ampadu, plans without Morata and his wish for ChristmasConte on Luiz, transfers, Courtois & Hazard, his own future and his team selection against StokeConte on Arsenal, Luiz’s future, transfers, loan players and whether he’ll spend Costa cashConte on Morata, Barkley deal, Hazard injury, Luiz, Mourinho comments and speculation over his futureConte on his future, Barkley, Mourinho, talking to Alexis Sanchez and why it’s a bad time to play LeicesterConte on Sanchez, Batshuayi, injury news, Hudson-Odoi and why keeping Hazard happy isn’t importantConte on Morata, Chelsea’s shortage of goals, Crouch, injuries and whether he thinks signings are likelyConte on Arsenal tactics, injury latest, whether he expects signings and why Kenedy can succeed
Chelsea want six sold, Sun sayThere continues to be speculation over which players could be sold by Chelsea to make room for new signings.The Sun say the club are looking to offload six players in order to fund the signings of Havertz and Leicester left-back Ben Chilwell.Those players are Tiemoue Bakayoko, Emerson Palmieri, Davide Zappacosta, Danny Drinkwater, Michy Batshuayi and Victor Moses.[scriptless] Some of the latest transfer speculation involving Chelsea …Chelsea are willing to offer £15m less than Bayer Leverkusen’s asking price for Kai Havertz, the Daily Express say.It is claimed that Chelsea are ready to offer £75m for Havertz but that Leverkusen want £15m for him.AdChoices广告The Express claim this could result in the winger instead joining Liverpool or Manchester United.The newspaper declare that the Blues’ “transfer maestro” Marina Granovskaia will have to negotiate a deal or manager Frank Lampard “might be forced to see Havertz rock up at one of Chelsea’s Premier League rivals” next season.Keeper speculationChelsea also continue to be linked with goalkeepers amid speculation over the future of goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga.A host of keepers have been touted as a possible replacement for Kepa, whose omission by Lampard earlier this season led to reports that the Spaniard could be sold.Football Insider claim Chelsea are considering a move for Southampton’s Fraser Forster.And Spanish outlet Estadio Deportivo claim Chelsea are interested in Roma’s Pau Lopez.The Telegraph say Lampard will assess Kepa during the final matches of the season before deciding whether he wants to keep him.That prompted the Express to declare that Kepa has nine games to prove his worth.Sarri and Jorginho ‘have not spoken’Jorginho continues to be linked with a move to Juventus.The midfielder has played under Juve’s former Blues boss Maurizio Sarri at both Chelsea and Napoli and has been tipped to leave Stamford Bridge and join him in Turin.However, The Athletic reports that the pair have not spoken since Sarri left Chelsea last summer.Alonso linked with NewcastleMarcos Alonso is being linked with a potential move to Newcastle.Alonso has been linked with a return to his native Spain and is among several players expected to leave Chelsea when the transfer window reopens.But The Express say he has been lined up as a possible signing by Newcastle for after a proposed takeover of the Tyneside club is completed. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
The vast majority of the coverage is very positive indeed, even if some journalists weren’t impressed with the city after visiting last week.Now there’s some coverage from Spain, and from arguably the country’s leading sport newspaper Marca.In their Friday edition, Marca has an article on the impact of Jorge Mendes at Wolves, and the slant could have gone one of two ways. This time it’s positive.Marca call Mendes the ‘wolf’ of the Premier League and explain that Wolves, who it’s pointed out were a founder member of the English league, learned a while ago that to succeed in modern football the efforts must begin in the office rather than on the pitch.Wolves have taken this ‘process of modernisation’ a step further. The club’s owners investing in Gestifute gets a mention but this isn’t Marca suggesting there’s something dodgy, rather explaining how the club have made things work for them.Mendes is dubbed Wolves’ King Midas and Marca expect the growth efforts to continue from here.Getting a full page in the Spanish newspaper is another sign of Wolves arriving.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameChallenge Your Brain With This Must-Play Strategy Game. No Install.Forge of Empires – Free Online GameUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoDating.comWhere do attractive singles meet in Tung Chung?Dating.comUndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystDigitization in Banks Is No Longer About Efficiency, but Business Resilience. Don’t Get Left Behind.StanChart by CNBC CatalystUndoInstant Voice TranslatorGenius Japanese Invention Allows You To Instantly Speak 43 LanguagesInstant Voice TranslatorUndoCNBC InternationalSingapore’s Freelancers Find New Income During the Coronavirus Pandemic.CNBC InternationalUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉（今晚試試）Keto减肥UndoCNN with DBS BankThe New Role Banks Are PlayingCNN with DBS BankUndoTheTopFiveVPNEnjoy Netflix Now Without Any RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndo Wolves fans are used to getting coverage in the Portuguese media. The Premier League club has practically been adopted by A Bola, O Jogo, Record and pals.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley thought he was conducting a secret search.It ended up being about as public as possible.Foley acknowledged Saturday that he underestimated the attention his pursuit of Colorado State’s Jim McElwain would receive when he traveled to Fort Collins earlier this week to hire Florida’s next head coach.Foley used a booster’s plane to travel with four staff members to Colorado on Tuesday. When the plane filed its flight plan to leave Jacksonville, stop in Gainesville and eventually land in Fort Collins, it set off a public pursuit. Media members were waiting for Foley and his entourage at the Fort Collins airport and then followed them to McElwain’s house.”Obviously technology has changed or you guys are a little more on top of your game,” Foley said Saturday. “It didn’t distract us. At some point, it was a little silly.”A photographer captured a paparazzi-type picture of Foley and his colleagues eating dinner at McElwain’s house.”I was more surprised by the people at his house,” Foley said. “Really? I don’t know what they thought. We were going to walk out and have a press conference there that night? It was freezing out there. I was like, ‘What are you guys doing?’”Foley ran into a similar situation in 2001, when the university athletic association’s jet was track as he traveled to Denver to try to hire Broncos coach Mike Shanahan to replace Steve Spurrier.Foley changed things up in 2004 by using a booster’s seemingly less-traceable jet to interview and eventually hire former coach Urban Meyer.Twitter and other social media sites have changed media coverage since.”At the end of the day, we’ve got a job to do,” Foley said. “I guess we could have driven to Miami and flown to the Bahamas. But I had five people that I needed to take on a trip to go hire a football coach. At the end of the day, if that ends up on Twitter and it’s what I would call silly — some of it was silly — then that’s unfortunate. We were hopeful to stay under the radar.”Nonetheless, Foley ended up getting his guy when McElwain agreed to a six-year deal that averages $3.5 million annually. The biggest sticking point was working out McElwain’s hefty buyout, which was eventually reduced from $7.5 million to $5 million.”We did not just vet one coach,” Foley said. “He’s the only coach I talked to. This job isn’t for everybody. Playing in this league isn’t for everybody. Walking into Tiger Stadium, he’s been there before. Walking into Jordan-Hare, he’s been there before. … I think that experience is valuable.”Obviously, he knows what it takes to win in this league. He’s won in this league at the highest level. So the boxes kept getting checked off.”Pretty much in the public eye, too.
Photo by Kris Connor/Getty Images(MINNESOTA) — They’re not going back to Kansas, but a pair of Judy Garland’s iconic red slippers from The Wizard of Oz are about to be back home.Authorities recovered a pair of the iconic ruby red slippers worn in the 1939 family classic film, wrapping up a years-long search for the sparkly kicks.The slippers, one of the props used in the movie, were stolen in 2005 from the Judy Garland Museum in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, FBI officials said Tuesday. Officials haven’t released details of how the famous shoes were recovered. The shoes were insured for $1 million, according to Newsweek. An anonymous donor also offered $1 million for the shoes’ safe return, but that expired after 10 years.Officials with the Minneapolis FBI, the North Dakota U.S. Attorney’s Office and the Grand Rapids Police Department are scheduled to release more information at a press conference Tuesday afternoon. The shoes are one of several pairs that were custom made for The Wizard of Oz‘s legendary star. At least two of the existing pairs are owned by private collectors, including a pair jointly acquired by actor Leonardo DiCaprio and film director Steven Spielberg for display at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
The Bachelor/ABC(NEW YORK) — Peter Weber was rushed to the hospital on Monday after a freak accident in Costa Rica.Radar Online reports that the new Bachelor split his head open and the serious injury required stitches. A source tells Radar that Weber, who was golfing at the time, “went to step on the cart but fell and and split his face open on two cocktail glasses he was carrying.”The Bachelor star required 22 stitches.However, because the injury and subsequent stitches happened on Weber’s handsome face, producers were reportedly worried about the fate of the show. Radar’s source revealed that, before the accident, the women selected to compete on the show were flying in to start filming.Show host Chris Harrison has since come forward and is assuring fans that production is on schedule and Pilot Pete is pulling through. In a statement to The Hollywood Reporter, Harrison says, “Peter suffered a freak accident. He got a cut on his head, he did get stitches but he’s 100 percent OK and production is already back underway. He’s still the dashing, handsome pilot we’ve all dreamed of.”Peter finished third in Hannah Brown’s season of The Bachelorette and made a name for himself for what the two did in a windmill.
iStock/Thinkstock(BOSTON) — Prosecutors in Massachusetts believe a man accused of killing two engaged Boston doctors didn’t know his victims, but no motive behind the killing has been released.With a suspect in custody, and two families in mourning, here is what we know about the Friday night murders.A text for helpPolice officers were called to the Macallen Building in South Boston Friday night after a friend received a text from 49-year-old Richard Field requesting that police be notified of a gunman in Field’s penthouse apartment, prosecutors said.Responding officers found 30-year-old Bampumim Teixeira there; Teixeira was shot multiple times and then was taken into custody and hospitalized, police said.Fields and his fiancé, 38-year-old Lina Bolanos, were both bound and sustained trauma, and they died at the scene, officials said.The Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office said that “inside the apartment, investigators found a black backpack full of jewelry, as well as a replica firearm and at least one knife.”Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel Conley said Monday there is no evidence to conclude that the suspect had a personal relationship with the doctors and there is no evidence to explain “why he would attack them so viciously in their own home.”The engaged doctorsBolanos was a pediatric anesthesiologist at Massachusetts Eye and Ear, said John Fernandez, the hospital’s president and CEO.“Dr. Bolanos was an outstanding pediatric anesthesiologist and a wonderful colleague in the prime of both her career and life,” he said in a statement. “We will do all we can to support their families and our staff members who are processing this senseless tragedy and grieving an enormous loss.”Her mother wrote in a Facebook post in Spanish, “My beautiful girl, nothing and no one could rip you from my heart.”“I was a very proud mother because of your achievements, your gift of people, of your unconditional surrender to family, your job and everything that you wanted to do. … God has you in heaven, my angel.”Bolanos’ fiancé, Field, “was a guiding vision” at North Shore Pain Management, which he helped create in 2010, the practice said in a statement. Before that, he worked as an anesthesiologist and pain management specialist at Beverly Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital.“Dr. Field was noted for his tireless devotion to his patients, staff and colleagues,” the practice said. “He was a valued member of the medical community and a tremendous advocate for his patients. His tragic and sudden passing leaves an inescapable void in all of us. Our deepest thoughts are with his friends and family.”Field’s family said in a statement that the couple had an infectious joy for life and absolute love for family.“They thrived on traveling, experiencing cultures and making friends in every port. As such, their loss will be felt by family and loved ones across the world,” the family said.“As doctors, they dedicated their professional lives to alleviating suffering and ensuring the safety of those most vulnerable — children undergoing surgery,” the family said. “As family members, they adored their nieces and nephews as if their own children and always found the time to take interest in each and every one of us, no matter what was on their plate.“Their passing is a tragedy beyond measure and our lives will forever be changed. However, we want to remember Richard and Lina for who they were, not how they died. Their impact in the world — in the lives of those who they loved, those who loved them, and the patients that they cared for — is the real newsworthy story. We will remember and celebrate their passion, gentility, and extraordinary kindness forever.”The district attorney corrects the recordAt a news conference Monday evening, District Attorney Conley said that an earlier statement from Boston Police Commissioner William Evans that Teixeira fired on responding police officers was inaccurate and clarified that Teixeira did not fire on police when he was taken into custody at the crime scene.When the officers entered the darkened apartment Friday night, they “encountered an unknown person — later identified as Teixeira — wearing dark clothing,” the district attorney’s office said in a statement Monday. “Believing this person either pointed or fired a weapon at them, two officers discharged their own weapons and struck him in the hand, abdomen, and leg.”Conley said he spoke with Evans about this and that he agreed it was important to correct the record.The suspected killerTeixeira was arraigned Monday afternoon from his hospital bed on two counts of murder. A not-guilty plea was entered on his behalf for both charges. Teixeira, who prosecutors said was recently released from custody after being convicted of larceny, was held without bail.Teixeira was also held for violating the terms of his probation after his nine months of incarceration for the larceny convictions, the district attorney’s office said.“Teixeira pleaded guilty last year to passing notes and demanding money from a downtown bank on two occasions. No weapon was shown and no injuries were sustained in either incident,” the district attorney’s office said. “The first case involved passing a note demanding money at a Summer Street bank on June 30, 2016. The second case arose out of an earlier incident that had gone unsolved for almost two years: He volunteered his responsibility for it, unbidden, during his interview with the FBI Bank Robbery Task Force after he was identified in the 2016 case.”He will next appear in court on June 8. His defense attorney, Steven Sack, declined to comment to ABC News.Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Related
3rd Keith Norman ((16) net 734th Stan Stoker ((30) net 745th John Hughes (19) net 746th Ian Rattray (12) net 75Near Pins: Alan Harris, Roger Touhy, Geoff Parker.Today’s report begins on a very somber note – it is with profound sadness that we have to report the passing of one of our members, Dave Gow. Dave had fought a six-year battle with the ‘Big C’ and finally succumb to his illness over the weekend at the untimely age of sixty-one. Dave had been a member of the Bunker Boys for only two years and in that time had made several visits to Pattaya and made many friends along the way. He proved to be an able golfer and an all-round good guy. He will be sadly missed by all at the Bunker Boys, may he rest in peace.Twenty-five golfers made their way to Greenwood for today’s round played in pleasant conditions on a course in good shape. Having won back to back golfer of the month trophies it seems Colin Greig wants to continue in the same vein, taking the honors today with a well-compiled net seventy-two. Jimmy Carr’s game is also in good shape and he took second on count-back from Keith Norman in third. Stan Stoker made his first appearance in the winners’ circle taking fourth from John Hughes on count-back while Ian Rattray brought up the rear with seventy-five.Wednesday, Feb. 7, Khao Kheow – Memorial Comp.Individual1st Colin Greig 40pts2nd Jim Carlson 40pts3rd Bobby Collins 39ptsTeamColin’s Bar: Bobby Collis, John O’Brien, Peter Ryan, Dermot Eagen.The late Dave Gow R.I.P.Ninety-seven golfers from around Pattaya participated in the fourth Bunker Boys annual memorial competition held at Khao Kheow.There were two flights, with the cut set at seventeen. Prizes were on offer on every hole for both flights so there was plenty to play for in addition to the team prize and the individual winner prizes.Continuing his recent run of excellent form the individual winner was Colin Greig with forty points, beating Jim Carlson on count-back.with Bobby Collins in third with thirty-nine. The team event was won by Colin’s Bar with the team of Bobby Collis, John O’Brien, Peter Ryan, and Dermot Eagen. Following the game, the after-match function and presentation of prizes was held at the Robin Hood, where an excellent spread of food was on offer.Friday, Feb. 9,Crystal Bay – Stableford1st Neil Carter (14) 37pts2nd Alan Harris ((8) 36pts3rd Colin Greig (9) 34pts4th Keith Hemmings (22) 33pts5th Keith Norman (16) 33pts6th Les Cobban ((10) 33ptsNear Pins: Tom Stokes, Keith Norman, Keith Hemmings, and Mark Stanley.Today’s round was scheduled for the King Naga course and after a call to confirm our booking we found that there were no caddies available. After a hasty ring around a game was rescheduled for the Crystal Bay course so full credit to them.As always Crystal Bay was in good condition except for a few bunkers that would benefit from a good raking. Scores were lower than usual at this course and the winner was Neil Carter with thirty-seven points. Second, went to Alan Harris with thirty-six while Colin Greig took third with thirty-four. The remaining places were filled by players with thirty-three points separated by count-back. Memorial winner Colin Greig.PSC Golf from the Bunker BoysMonday, Feb. 5, Greenwood – Stableford1st Colin Greig (10) net 722nd Jimmy Carr (18) net 73
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