In the match of the second round of the football BHT Premier League of B&H, the footballers of Sarajevo defeated last night Borac from Banja Luka with the result 3:1.Sarajevo was really much better in every segment of the match and deserved the victory and three points.Although the players of Sarajevo had many chances to score in the first halftime, the first goal was scored in the 69th minute by Haris Duljević.Only five minutes later Nemanja Bilbija brings 2:0 to Sarajevo, but Borac returns back to the game in the 76th minute by Stokić’s goal.Two minutes later, in the 78th minute, the third score for Sarajevo comes from Ognjen Todorović who at the same time sets the final result of 3:1.Sarajevo is now first on the list while Borac has two matches behind and two defeats.(Source: Fena)
Samantha Fuller produced a brilliant sub-par round of 71 to turn up the heat on eventual winner and LET star Meg Maclaren in the second event of the Rose Ladies Series.The 21-year-old amateur’s play was as hot at the blazing Hertfordshire sun as she carded a one under par total around Moor Park Golf Club.The Surrey golfer – one of only four amateurs in the field – finished alongside Liz Young in a tie for second place and just two shots back of MacLaren.Former England Golf graduate MacLaren took top prize with a three under par round of 69 a week after another former star of the amateur game – Charley Hull – emerged triumphant in the series opener at Brokenhurst Manor.However, the efforts of Fuller (pictured below) forced MacLaren to dig deep for the win as it grew tense on the home stretch.Fuller – back in England after continuing her studies at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas – may have started slowly with an opening bogey and another at the third.But birdies at the second and fifth holes saw her back to even before further birdies at 12 and 14 put her in red figures.Fuller’s birdie at 14 came as a result of a delicate chip in from the edge of the green and put her firmly on the trail of MacLaren – at one point five under through six – as she wobbled a little on the way home.MacLaren (lead picture) proved her undoubted class, though, to retain top spot and take the title.It was a strong show all round from both members of the Fuller family.With mum Oshi on the bag, the younger of the two sisters, Annabell, fired off three birdies in her round of 73.Birdies at the fourth, sixth and 13th holes allowed the freshman from the University of Florida (pictured above) to claim a top ten finish and outscore her professional playing partners Becky Brewerton and Charlotte Thompson.Caley McGinty – like Annabell a member of the England women’s overseas squad for 2020 – got off to a nervous start, but soon settled down in the company of multiple winner on tour and Solheim Cup star Bronte Law.Birdies on the 13th, 15th and 16th holes helped McGinty (pictured above) come home in 34 for a round of 76.A late addition to the field, Rebecca Earl was playing in her home county of Hertfordshire.The 2019 English Women’s Open Stroke Play champion (seen below) posted a round of 86.Once again, the amateurs in the field showed they were not afraid to go head-to-head with their professional counterparts and can take great heart from the day as the series rolls on.Last week Mimi Rhodes finished in a tie for seventh with Lottie Woad (T26) and Louise Burke (T33) also proving their ability on the bigger stage.England Golf ambassador Justin Rose and his wife Kate have sponsored the events as women’s golf makes a competitive return.The next championship will be played on Thursday, 2 July at the Buckinghamshire Golf Club. Tags: Annabell Fuller, Caley McGinty, Meghan MacLaren, Rebecca Earl, Rose Ladies Series, Samantha Fuller 25 Jun 2020 Rose Ladies Series: Fuller pushes winner MacLaren all the way
ST. LOUIS — Throughout their Western Conference Final against the St. Louis Blues, the Sharks have been able to say that they’ve been in this position before.After all, the series has played out exactly the way the last round did against the Colorado Avalanche: Win the first game at home in impressive fashion but lose Game 2. Come up with a gutsy road win in Game 3 only to have the offense stall in a Game 4 loss.So, here they are again, going home for a pivotal Game 5 with the Blues on …
A woman and her mother attempted self-immolation at the District Collectorate compounds in Unnao on Thursday accusing the police of inaction in the alleged case of her gang rape. The woman was allegedly abducted from her house in Unnao district by three persons and gang-raped on July 19, her relatives said. Alleging that the police were not arresting the accused, the woman and her mother reached the office of the District Magistrate and allegedly attempted self-immolation. Police personnel reached the spot in time and prevented them from harming themselves.In a video of the incident, the woman can be seen jostling with a lady constable while other policemen try to stop her mother from pulling out unknown items from a bag apparently to immolate herself. “It’s been a month… they only say we are going to nab the culprits,” said the woman’s mother, adding that the police were only giving assurances.She said the accused, two of whom were running free, were threatening the family.‘Raped in forested area’A cousin of the woman said that they were informed about the rape late on July 19 by a lightman who was returning form work. She was raped in a forested area 2 km from the village, said the cousin.Circle officer of Safipur Gaurav Kumar Tripathi said a case under Sections 376D (gang rape) of Indian Penal Code has already been registered at the local police station. Out of the three persons accused in the case, one has been arrested and sent to jail, Mr. Tripathi said. A search is on to nab the other two accused, the officer added.Suicide prevention helpline: Sanjivini, Society for Mental Health, 011-4076 9002, Monday-Saturday (10 a.m.-7.30 p.m.)
Ohio State then-junior attack Molly Wood races up field against Penn State on April 12, 2016 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. Credit: Courtesy of OSU AthleticsDespite an effort to make a comeback one game after dropping a road contest to Jacksonville, the Ohio State women’s lacrosse team fell to Cincinnati 17-12 Monday night. The Buckeyes (1-3) rallied late to close Cincinnati’s (3-1) lead, but the deficit was too big for Ohio State to overcome. Cincinnati went on a 4-0 run early in the second half to lead Ohio State by seven points. The Bearcats maintained the pace throughout the half to give the team its first home win of the season.Senior midfielder Katie Burgee and sophomore midfielder Liza Hernandez both scored for Ohio State 14 seconds apart with under two minutes left in the second half to make it 17-12. Despite the effort, it was too late for the Buckeyes to come back. Ohio State senior Molly Wood led the team with four goals. Hernandez, one of the team’s leading scorers, only had one goal and two assists. Junior midfielder Bailey Parrott had two goals for Ohio State and forced two turnovers. Cincinnati held an advantage in draw controls, free position shots and saves. The Buckeyes had six saves compared to the Bearcats’ 11. The Bearcats set the tone by going on a 4-0 run five minutes into the first half. Sophomore midfielder McKenna Rushford led Cincinnati with six goals, tying her career high. Four of her goals came within the first 20 minutes of the game. Parrot tied the game four minutes into the first half, but the Buckeyes failed to keep up with the Bearcats and could not remain close enough to take a lead. Ohio State will have 10 days to rally before taking on Binghamton at 4 p.m. March 9.