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Following her maiden call up to train with the West Indies senior women’s team, Shabika Gajnabi vows to capitalize on the opportunity and make her family proud. The 17-year-old Gajnabi is the lone new face in the West Indies women’s 14-member squad as they begin their preparations for their World T20 title defence.The squad will take part in a one-month camp in Antigua beginning tomorrow until May 30 under Head Coach Hendy Springer and assistant Stuart Williams.Gajnabi, in an exclusive interview with Stabroek Sport, said she was tremendously excited when she got the call. “It was about 5:30pm and I had just came home from practice when I got a call saying I was selected for the West Indies training camp and the excitement rushed through my body,” Gajnabi stated.The talented teen has been captain of the Guyana Under-19 female team for the last two years and a mainstay in the senior Guyana team since 2016 with a highest score of 49 and a four-wicket haul already in the books.“I am taking this very serious because it is an opportunity to make the West Indies team,” Gajnabi said. The former Port Mourant Secondary School student, who bowls medium pace and bats at the top of the order began playing cricket at age five but joined the Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club at 12-years-old before making her debut for the Guyana Under-19 side one year later. The right handed batter said she is thankful to her father Fajir Gajnabi and her cousin Shanezza Haniff for their support and vows to make them proud.Gajnabi added that playing for the West Indies has long been a dream for her and her family and she is focused and dedicated to making it a reality now that she is one step closer.She pointed out that West Indies and Guyana national player, Shamaine Campbelle has been crucial to her game, having worked with her and developed her into what she is today as a cricketer. West Indies will play host to the ICC T20 World Cup from November 9-24.SQUAD – Stafanie Taylor, Merissa Aguilleira, Shemaine Campbelle, Shamilia Connell, Britney Cooper, Shabika Gajnabi, Kycia Knight, Hayley Matthews, Anisa Mohammed, Chedean Nation, Reniece Boyce, Felicia Walters, Akeira Peters and Shekera Selman
Defending champions Berbice and rivals Demerara will square off in the final of this year’s Guyana Cricket Board Dave West Indian Imports Under-15 Inter-County Tournament at the Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC), Bourda, tomorrow. The two sides yesterday recorded comfortable final round wins to book their places in the final which is expected to be yet another exciting contest. Berbice, over at Lusignan, defeated the President’s XI by 47 runs to remain unbeaten.
The Ghana Football Association’s search committee has shortlisted five coaches for the Black Stars job.The five are Herbert Addo of Aduana Stars; Marcel Desailly; Humberto Manuel Jesus Coelho of Portugal; Bahtiyar Can Vanli who is a German Turkish football coach and Goran Stevanovic of Serbia.The Black Stars of Ghana have been without a substantive coach since Milon Rajevac abandoned ship soon after the World Cup. Another ex-Black Stars player, Akwasi Appiah has been in charge as care-taker coach.The five coaches are to go through a session of interviews by the end of this week and the new coach for the job will be announced by December 15th 2010.Story by Asempa Sports
Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 Real or Fake? Shark Attacks Helicopter 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! PEP GUARDIOLA slammed the whispering campaign about Manchester City which has gone on at home and abroad.The Etihad chief believes that several clubs owe them an apology after they were cleared of financial wrong-doing by the Court of Arbitration for Sport on Monday.Pep Guardiola slammed the whispering campaign about Manchester City which has gone on at home and abroad.A two year Champions League ban imposed by UEFA was overturned – meaning they can play in the competition next year.And feisty Pep came out swinging as he spoke to the media ahead of Wednesday night’s game against Bournemouth.Jose Mourinho and Jurgen Klopp have both had their say about the decision on Tuesday morning and Guardiola had a few points of his own to get across.He said: “Jose and other managers should know, we were damaged, we should be apologised to.“If we did something wrong, we will accept the decisions from UEFA and CAS because you did something wrong.“We don’t expect Liverpool, Tottenham, Arsenal, Chelsea, Wolves etc, to defend us, but we can defend ourselves.“We have the right to defend ourselves when we believe what we have done is correct. It’s right. Three independent judges said this.“It was a good day for football as we play with the same rules as all the club s in Europe, if we’d broke the rules we’d be banned.“We were damaged. The people say we cheated were lying – and many times.“The presumption of innocence wasn’t there and after it was right so of course now we are incredibly happy because we can defend what we’ve done on the pitch.”Jose and other managers should know, we were damaged, we should be apologised to.Pep GuardiolaThe accusations against City have followed them around for many months and now Guardiola hopes it will stop.He could also have been referring to the eight Premier League clubs who wrote to CAS in March pleading with them not to freeze City’s ban – even though they had not asked for a freeze. He said: “It would be nice but I don’t think so. “What happened in the last years, how many times people came to this club whispering about us. I’d like it to finish.“I’d like to say people look in our eyes and if you have to say it, do it face to face.“Then play on the pitch as rivals and if you beat us don’t hesistate, we’ll shake hands and congratulate them.“People don’t understand how difficult it was at this time being under suspicion for something we haven’t done.“Hopefully people can stop talking about this – or they can go to court and prove it. Go again, go on the pitch and do it.“If you do not agree, knock on the door and speak to our chairman and chief exec and talk, don’t go whispering and saying ‘We are going to do this’ – seven eight clubs, doing this.”He also had a riposte for La Liga president Javier Tebas who reacted to City’s victory by suggesting CAS were not upto dealing with such a case.Guardiola said: “He’s another one, this guy must be so jealous for the Premier Leagu, he’s an incredible legal expert.“Next time we’ll ask them which court should judge us. He has to be worry and be concerned about la liga – to focus on them.“We’ll be in the Champions League next season, Senor Tebas – what we did we did properly.”Meanwhile Guardiola says City’s huge victory in court on Monday will not have much impact on his own future.He explained: “Now is not the time – we have one incredible month ahead of us, then one year is a long time.“The decisions we thought to do it before the sentence are quite similar, I was happy before and now. We have time to think about that.“Nothing has changed my opinion, maybe I will be able to stay here longer.“I said I would stay and it didn’t matter if we were in the Champions League. Some people suggested we should play in league 2, I would have stayed.”Pep came out swinging as he spoke to the media ahead of Wednesday night’s game against BournemouthLiverpool boss Jurgen Klopp blasts decision to overturn Man City’s Champions League ban as ‘not a good day for football’ Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night. People Slammed By Massive Waves 4 Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels What’s This “Trick” Called? Comment Down Below!! 8 MOST DANGEROUS RAINS of All Time | TOP 10 INTERESTING Source: Soccer – thesun.co.uk
By Mike Hughes WaKEENEY, Kan. (April 27) – Jeff Tubbs visited the Jason Oil winner’s circle twice Sunday evening, April 27, at Wakeeney Speedway.The IMCA Sunoco Stock Car and IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified divisions ran two features from a rain shortened program on April 6. In the makeup Stock Car feature, Shannon Maughlin took the early lead, trailed by Michael Meyer, Eric Kinderknecht and Tubbs. But on lap eight, Tubbs took a lead he would not relinquish en route to the win.In the night’s regular feature, Jason Davis got out front at the drop of the green, followed by Maughlin and Kinderknecht. Maughlin passed Davis on the following lap, and led through lap 9 as Tubbs took the lead at the halfway mark. Maughlin regained the lead on lap 14 and looked to be on his way to a win, but Tubbs made a late race move to score his second win of the night and third of the weekend after winning at RPM Speedway on Saturday. In the Modified makeup feature, Kyle Rohleder took over the top spot on lap four and never looked back on his way to the checkers. In the regular feature, Michael Wadel led all 20 laps to make his way to victory lane.Also winning scheduled features were Daniel Gottschalk in the Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods, Garrett Hager in the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks and Kiowa Higdon in the Mach-1 Sport Compacts.
Please follow and like us: The Baltimore Ravens have placed wide receiver Brandon Stoklely on season ending injured reserve and brought back Bernard Scott. Stokley suffered a concussion against the Minnesota Vikings, he has had several concussions in his career and the Ravens did not want to chance anything.For Stokley this could be a career ending injury as the 37 year old wide receiver has been plagued with injuries all season and repeat concussions are serious. Stokley this season had 13 receptions for 115 yards and no interceptions, he was a valuable third down target when healthy.Bernard Scott was cut when the Ravens activated Dennis Pitta. Scott is a backup running back and backup return specialist.Here is a tweet from the Ravens confirming the move.
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Chelsea suffered a dramatic late blow on transfer deadline day when Everton midfielder Ross Barkley rejected a move to the Premier League champions after travelling to their training ground for a medical.On a day of frenetic spending that took the Premier League total to a record far above one billion pounds ($1.29 billion), Antonio Conte’s side also missed out on two of their other targets – Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Fernando Llorente.England midfielder Oxlade-Chamberlain signed for Liverpool and Spaniard Llorente joined Tottenham Hotspur in deals worth 35 million pounds and 12 million pounds respectively.But the champions still managed some business, paying Torino 23 million pounds for defender Davide Zappacosta and then pushing through a late deal for Danny Drinkwater.Special dispensation was requested from the FA to register Leicester City’s midfielder after the official deadline, one of several deals due to come through late.However welcome those signings will be for Chelsea, they may not compensate for the snub delivered by England midfielder Barkley who arrived at their Cobham training ground late on Thursday only to turn round and head back north.Everton’s majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri told Sky Sports Barkley had turned up at the west London club’s Cobham training base only to undergo a dramatic change of heart as the transfer deadline clock ticked down.“The two clubs agreed a deal of 35 million pounds, I think personal terms were agreed and after medical (sic) we heard from Paul Martin, Ross Barkley’s agent, that he had changed his mind,” said Moshiri.He added that Barkley, who is in the final year of his contract at Everton, wanted to “reconsider his position” in the January transfer window. “It was a big surprise but this is football,” Moshiri said.The BBC later quoted a source close to 23-year-old Barclay saying the midfielder did not have a medical and wanted to make a decision about his future when he was fully fit. He has been sidelined with a hamstring injury after a hernia operation.Alexis Sanchez was another player staying put, although for different reasons, as Arsenal turned down a 60 million pounds bid from Manchester City after failing to secure his potential replacement, Monaco’s Thomas Lemar, despite a 92 million pounds bid reportedly being accepted by the French club.British media speculated that the France winger would have preferred a switch to Liverpool, who were reported to have made their own bid, a possible indication that Brazilian midfielder Philippe Coutinho could be en route from Anfield to Barcelona.Although that deal looks unlikely, the transfer window in Spain does not close until Friday.VAN DYKE STAYSLiverpool failed to lure central defender Virgil van Dijk from Southampton, who refused to sell despite a high-profile transfer request which led to the Dutch international’s exclusion from first team training.But the Merseyside club did agree on a fee to sell French defender Mamadou Sakho to Crystal Palace for 24 million pounds.West Bromwich Albion’s Jonny Evans is also staying put despite being linked with a move to Arsenal or Manchester City, who still ended up as the window’s top spenders after lavishing in excess of 200 million pounds on players.Spurs are traditionally busy on deadline day and completed the signing of Llorente from Swansea and paid PSG 23 million pounds for Ivorian Serge Aurier.Swansea re-signed striker Wilfried Bony from Manchester City and, in one of the day’s surprises, brought in Portugal midfielder Renato Sanches on loan from Bayern Munich.Another Portugal Euro 2016 winner, Adrien Silva, was due to join Leicester in a late deal with the Foxes also signing Austria’s Aleksandar Dragovic from Bayer Leverkusen.Every Premier League club brought in at least two players in the window, with Watford and promoted Huddersfield Town the busiest teams with each making 13 signings.Brighton & Hove Albion left it late to bring in goalkeeper Tim Krul on loan from Newcastle United and defender Ezequiel Schelotto from Inter Milan.Everton, one of the window’s most prolific spenders, lavished a further 10 million pounds on Hajduk Split’s teenage striker Nikola Vlasic.France defender Mamadou Sakho joined Crystal Palace from Liverpool on a four-year deal, the club said on Friday.The deal for centre-back Sakho, who spent the last season on loan at Selhurst Park and played eight games for Palace, was worth about 26 million pounds ($33.65 million), British media reported.Transfer deadline day movesSept 1 (Reuters) – Latest news and highlights from Europe’s top football leagues on transfer deadline day (all times GMT):0115 PALACE COMPLETE SAKHO SIGNING– Crystal Palace sign defender Mamadou Sakho from Liverpool on a four-year contract.– The 27-year-old France international returns to Selhurst Park after helping the club to five wins and four clean sheets in eight Premier League appearances during his loan spell last season.0030 DRINKWATER SEALS CHELSEA MOVE– Chelsea sign midfielder Danny Drinkwater from Leicester City on a five-year contract.– The 27-year-old becomes the sixth signing of the transfer window for the Premier League champions following the arrivals of Willy Caballero, Antonio Rudiger, Tiemoue Bakayoko, Alvaro Morata and Davide Zappacosta, who signed earlier on Thursday.READ MORE:Barkley snubs Chelsea in dramatic end to deadline dayTottenham sign striker Llorente, Bony returns to Swansea2230 BONY RETURNS TO SWANSEA– Swansea City have re-signed Ivory Coast striker Wilfried Bony from Manchester City on a two-year deal, with the option to extend by another year.– Bony returns to the Liberty Stadium following a two-and-a-half-year spell at City, where he struggled for first-team opportunities.2225 LLORENTE SEALS TOTTENHAM MOVE– Tottenham Hotspur have completed the signing of Spanish striker Fernando Llorente from Swansea City on a two-year deal.– Llorente scored 15 Premier League goals to help Swansea avoid relegation last season.2220 CHELSEA CONFIRM ZAPPACOSTA SIGNING– Chelsea have signed Italian full back Davide Zappacosta from Serie A side Torino on a four-year contract.– “It is a dream for me to join Chelsea and play in the Premier League,” the 25-year-old said in a statement.“I am very excited to be here and start working with the team. I hope I can show my quality to the coach, my team mates and the supporters.”2155 BRIGHTON BRING IN KRUL ON LOAN– Dutch goalkeeper Tim Krul has agreed a season-long loan switch to Brighton and Hove Albion from Newcastle United.2149 DRAGOVIC JOINS LEICESTER ON LOAN– Leicester City have signed Austrian defender Aleksandar Dragovic on a season-long loan deal from Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen.– The 26-year-old, who signed a five-year deal with Leverkusen last season, underwent his medical while on international duty with Austria.1919 EVERTON SIGN VLASIC FROM HAJDUK SPLIT– Everton have signed teenage striker Nikola Vlasic from Croatian side Hajduk Split.– The 19-year-old signed a five-year contract to become manager Ronald Koeman’s ninth signing of the transfer window.1840 ALAVES SIGN BOJAN ON LOAN FROM STOKE– Spanish La Liga side Deportivo Alaves have signed Bojan on a season-long loan from Stoke City.– The 27-year-old forward left the bet365 Stadium in January in search of regular first-team football but struggled to find form on loan at German Bundesliga side Mainz 05, scoring just once in 11 appearances.1835 WATFORD COMPLETE WAGUE SIGNING– Watford have completed the signing of defender Molla Wague from Udinese on a season-long loan deal.– The 26-year-old, who started his career at French side Caen, has 25 caps for Mali.1830 LEICESTER MIDFIELDER MENDY RETURNS TO NICE ON LOAN– French midfielder Nampalys Mendy returns to OGC Nice on a season-long loan deal after failing to make an impact at Leicester City.– Mendy was expected to replace N’Golo Kante at Leicester last season but made just seven appearances last season.1825 BRIGHTON SIGN RIGHT BACK SCHELOTTO– Brighton and Hove Albion have signed right back Ezequiel Schelotto from Portuguese Primeira Liga side Sporting Lisbon on a three-year deal.1805 ARSENAL’S PEREZ REJOINS DEPORTIVO ON LOAN– La Liga side Deportivo La Coruna have signed striker Lucas Perez on a season-long loan deal from Arsenal.– The 28-year-old Spaniard returns to Deportivo, where he scored 17 league goals in the 2015-16 season before arriving at the Emirates last August.1800 TORINO CONFIRM LOAN DEAL FOR NIANG– Italian Serie A side Torino have signed forward M’Baye Niang on loan from AC Milan with an obligation to buy at the end of the season.1745 PSG SIGN STRIKER MBAPPE ON LOAN FROM MONACO– France striker Kylian Mbappe has joined Paris St Germain on loan from AS Monaco with an option to buy the player at the end of the season.– Any deal for the 18-year-old French striker next year could make him the second-most expensive player behind Neymar, who arrived at Parc des Princes for 222 million euros from Barcelona.1720 MAN CITY LOAN OUT DENAYER FOR FOURTH SEASON– Manchester City have loaned out centre back Jason Denayer for a fourth consecutive season.– The 22-year-old Belgian will spend the season at Turkish club Galatasaray, where he had a successful loan spell in the 2015-16 season.1715 WATFORD SIGN DEFENDER ZEEGELAAR FROM SPORTING LISBON– Watford have signed left back Marvin Zeegelaar from Sporting Lisbon on a four-year deal.– The Dutchman made 37 appearances for the 18-time Portuguese champions last season, including five in the Champions League.1600 MAN CITY YOUNGSTER SIGNS FOR DORTMUND– Germany’s Borussia Dortmund signed talented Manchester City teenager Jadon Sancho on a long-term contract.– “We’re delighted that Jadon Sancho, who is at present one of the hottest prospects in European football, wants to and will play for Borussia Dortmund,” the club’s Sporting Director, Michael Zorc, said in a statement.1515 VALENCIA LOAN NANI TO LAZIO– Portugal winger Nani joined Serie A side Lazio on loan from Spain’s Valencia.– The 30-year-old former Manchester United player has made 112 appearances for Portugal, scoring 24 goals.1435 ORIGI LEAVES LIVERPOOL FOR LOAN SPELL AT WOLFSBURG– Liverpool striker Divock Origi was loaned to German side VfL Wolfsburg for the season.– Origi has scored 21 goals in 77 appearances for Liverpool, but is behind Roberto Firmino, Daniel Sturridge and new signing Dominic Solanke in the pecking order.1430 WATFORD SIGN GOALKEEPER KARNEZIS ON LOAN FROM UDINESE– Watford signed Greece international goalkeeper Orestis Karnezis from Italian side Udinese on a season-long loan deal.– The 32-year-old has made over 100 appearances for the Serie A club.1405 BURNLEY SIGN STRIKER WELLS FROM HUDDERSFIELD– Burnley signed Bermuda international striker Nakhi Wells from Huddersfield Town on a three-year contract.– The 27-year-old spent three and a half years at Huddersfield and helped the Yorkshire club win promotion to the top flight last season.1400 SWANSEA SEAL LOAN DEAL FOR BAYERN’S SANCHES– Welsh club Swansea City pulled off one of the most audacious deals of the window when they signed Bayern Munich’s Portuguese midfielder Renato Sanches on a season-long loan.– Sanches was part of Portugal’s triumphant Euro 2016 squad and was named as player of the tournament.1325 STOKE’S RECORD SIGNING IMBULA LOANED TO TOULOUSE– Stoke City midfielder Giannelli Imbula, signed for a club record 18.3 million pounds from Porto on Jan. 31, 2016, joined French club Toulouse on loan until the end of the season.1230 AURIER JOINS TOTTENHAM FROM PSG– Tottenham Hotspur completed the signing of Ivory Coast right back Serge Aurier from French club Paris St Germain for a fee reported to be 25 million euros ($30 million).– The deal for the attack-minded 24-year-old had been in doubt because a criminal conviction had delayed Aurier’s work permit application.1154 OXLADE-CHAMBERLAIN JOINS LIVERPOOL– Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain became the second England international to leave Arsenal in two days when he joined Premier League rivals Liverpool for a reported 40 million pounds.– The 24-year-old midfielder’s move follows the exit of left back Kieran Gibbs, who joined West Bromwich Albion on a four-year deal on Wednesday.1120 KAMPL SWAPS LEVERKUSEN FOR LEIPZIG– German Champions League club RB Leipzig strengthened their midfield with the transfer of Slovenian Kevin Kampl from Bayer Leverkusen.
The Everest Cricket Club Ground will come alive on Sunday, July 28 for Kids Jam- one of the most talked about event for the kids over the past few days.School is out and Kids Jam will provide much needed activities for families before the end of the Summer vacation. Kids Jam attractions include mascots such as Princess Tiana, Chase, Princess Elsa, Sponge Bob, Dora and Diego.Additionally, there will be face painting, bouncy house, dunk tanks and other attractions and games for the entire family.There is also a Spelling Bee competition coordinated by KOKO the Natural Hair Store featuring children between the age of 9-11 which begins at 14:00h or 2PM.Tickets for Kids Jam cost $1000 and available at KOKO, Exclusive Styles, Hits and Jams Entertainment, Nimbus Vreed -En-Hoop and Muslim Top Up Shop, Linden.Kids Jam is sponsored by Ansa Mcal (through their brands Smalta, Tropical Rhythm, ICool, and Chiefeez Snack), Xtra Energy Drink, BM SOAT, Guybisco, Star Party Rental, Hits and Jams Entertainment, Pro Cleaners, Koko – the Natural Hair Store, Glosee PR and Marketing and Heavenly Delight Cuisine.The event is promoted by Ace Marketing.