first_imgHe believes serious attention must now be paid to the arrangements for non-intercounty players.Meanwhile, a statement on behalf of Davy Fitzgerald is due to be issued this afternoon. The five-year tenure of the Clare hurling manager appears to be at an end, following speculation he’s lost the confidence of the players. Fitzgerald held talks with Clare County Board representatives last night, but is currently holidaying in the United States. A prominent Tipperary GAA official is warning the club scene will ‘die’ if the lot of the ordinary player isn’t improved.Kilsheelan Kilcash Chairman David Power says a major overhaul of the fixture programme is required in order to prevent that happening.The 33-year-old led Tipp to the All-Ireland minor football title in 2011 and stepped down as Wexford manager last month after two years in the job.last_img read more

first_imgSensational LPRC Oilers have maintained a five-point lead at the top of the Orange-sponsored Liberia Football Association (LFA) first division national league.The Oil Boys struggled to beat Small Town 1-0 at the Nancy B. Doe sports stadium in Kakata, Margibi County in game one on Sunday, June 2, 2019.Terry Sackor scored his 10th league goal of the season three minutes after half time to keep their title dreams alive with four games remaining.In game two, Watanga FC condemned Nimba FC to yet another defeat on the road with a 2-1 victory. Watanga raced into a two-goal lead from Chauncey Freeman and Liberia international Isaac Pupo, but Dauda Kamara pulled one back from the penalty spot. The win takes Watanga leveled on 32 points with fourth-placed Nimba United, who lost 3-2 to LISCR FC at the Doris Williams sports pitch in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County.It was a tense match until Alloy Brown and Christopher Jackson gave LISCR a two-goal lead in the second half, but Morris Janteh scored a brace, the latter in the 90th minute to turn the heat on LISCR before Marlon Harrison, signed from Keitrace FC during the mid-season break, found the winner in the 94th minute.It was Jackson’s 16th league goal of the season and makes him one of the top contenders for the golden boot of the season and a L$200,000 cash prize.LISCR are second, five points adrift of Oilers as rivals and defending champions Barrack Young Controllers (BYC) were held to a goalless draw by FC Fassell in the first game.At the Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS), Monrovia Club Breweries condemned Jubilee FC to a 2-0 defeat, while NPA Anchors and Keitrace FC settle for a goalless draw.Full time results ATSMonrovia Club Breweries 2 VS Jubilee FC 0 NPA Anchors 0 VS Keitrace FC 0Kakata Small Town 0 VS LPRC Oilers 1 Watanga FC 2 VS Nimba FC 1BuchananFC Fassell 0 VS BYC 0 LISCR FC 3 VS Nimba United FC 2Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_img“A tough one to take as this was one of our best collective performances of the season thus far,” said Drake head coach Gareth Smith. “Our work rate was excellent for long periods of the game and our commitment to compete was evident throughout the game. We went toe-to-toe with Air Force who is a dedicated and disciplined team.” Preview Live Stats Next Game: In the second half, Louis took another shot but it was saved by Air Force goalkeeper Andrea Seazzu in the 72nd minute. Later in the 79th minute, Taylor had his own attempt saved by Seazzu. The Falcons’ Luis Martinez added the insurance goal in the 84th minute (84:12). Full Schedule Roster at Denver 9/3/2017 – 8 PM COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The Air Force Academy edged the Drake University men’s soccer team, 2-0, on Friday night in the team’s first of two games in Colorado this weekend. “Our challenge is to be a little more dynamic and creative in the final third and to capitalize on the limited chances you get against teams at the next level,” Smith said. “Our guys are learning some valuable lessons that can you can only learn when you play the top teams in the country. We grow and get ready for Denver on Sunday.” Watch Live Louis’ first shot was nearly on the mark as it struck the post in the 26th minute of the game. However, Air Force quickly answered in the 27th minute (27:51) as James Sims scored the Falcons’ first goal. Drake managed one more shot in the first half as sophomore Antonio Sanchez (Coralville, Iowa) had his attempt sail high over the goal. Air Force (3-0), who received votes in the latest NSCAA Top 25, scored in the first half and added an insurance goal in the final period. Drake (0-2) took four shots with two on goal as it looks to score its first goal of 2017. Freshman Juan Louis (Minneapolis, Minn.) and graduate transfer Jake Taylor (Whitefish Bay, Wis.) each had one shot on goal in the road defeat. The Bulldogs will play at 2016 College Cup participant, No. 4 Denver, on Sunday.Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more