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Monday, June 18, 2018
Smith Finishes 2nd in Ironman 70.3 Syracuse

Karen Smith in Syracuse
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Karen Smith competed in the Ironman 70.3 Syracuse event.

Smith clocked an overall time of 5:23:33, which put her across the line 101st.

Smith was the 14th Female competitor to cross the line and she was the second Female finisher in the 50 – 54 Age Group.

Smith who won the Bermuda Olympic Distance Triathlon National Championships last week at the Clearwater Beach, completed the Swim in a time of 30:58, she then clock 3:03:33 on the Bike course, before closing out with a Run course time of 1:42:51.
Sunday, June 17, 2018
Rawlins & ECB XI Fall to India A

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India A Win by 125 Runs

India A 328/8 England Cricket Board XI 203


India A playing in their first Tour Match in England took on Delray Rawlins and his England Cricket Board XI Teammates at the Emerald Headingley Stadium.

England Cricket Board XI won the toss and decided to Bowl, India A would score 328/8 in their 50 overs with Prithvi Shaw their top scorer with 70, while Ryan Higgins was the pick of the England Cricket Board team with figures of 10-0-50-4, Rawlins bowled 5-0-33-1, he also held onto 2 catches.

In reply the England Cricket Board XI fell short of their target by 125 runs, when they were bowled out for 203. Matt Critchley was the top scorer with 40, while Rawlins added 16, he faced 16 balls in 16 minutes at the crease hitting 3 fours. Deepak Chahar was the pick of the India A bowlers with figures of 7.5-0-48-3.

India A Inning

..70 (61) PP Shaw c AL Davies b RF Higgins
..04 (12) MA Agarwal c WG Jacks b TE Barber
..38 (52) GH Vihari b RF Higgins
..54 (45) SS Iyer c Delray Rawlins b RF Higgins
..11 (18) V Shankar c WG Jacks b Delray Rawlins
..50 (46) Ishan Kishan c Delray Rawlins b RF Higgins
..34 (28) KH Pandya c WG Jacks b OE Robinson
..28 (30) AR Patel Not Out

..10 (6) DL Chahar c AL Davies b J Overton
..09 (04) M Prasidh Krishna Not Out
..20 Extras (1b-8lb-9w-2nb)
328 Total for 8 Wickets after 50 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-43 (Agarwal), 2-127 (Shaw), 3-128 (Vihari), 4-147 (Shankar), 5-246 (Ishan Kishan), 6-246 (Iyer), 7-302 (Pandya), 8-317 (Chahar)

England Cricket Board XI Bowlers

10.-0-65-1 O Robinson
7.0-0-51-1 T Barber
10.-0-67-1 J Overton
7.0-0-43-0 M Critchley
10.-0-50-4 R Higgins
5.0-0-33-1 Delray Rawlins
1.0-0-10-0 W Jacks

England Cricket Board XI Inning



..27 (29) GT Hankins c V Shankar b Khaleel Ahmed
..04 (05) AL Davies c Khaleel Ahmed b DL Chahar
..37 (38) BT Slater c Ishan Kishan b V Shankar
..28 (28) WG Jacks LBW AR Patel
..11 (21) HZ Finch b M Prasidh Krishna
..16 (16) Delray Rawlins b AR Patel
..40 (48) MJJ Critchley c M Prasidh Krishna b DL Chahar
..09 (10) RF Higgins Run Out
..14 (16) OE Robinson b KH Pandya
..08 (13) J Overton Not Out

..00 (01) TE Barber b DL Chahar
..09 Extras (2lb-3w-4nb)
203 Total All Out after 36.5 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-15 (Davies), 2-62 (Hankins), 3-101 (Jacks), 4-107 (Slater), 5-126 (Rawlins), 6-134 (Finch), 7-147 (Higgins), 8-176 (Robinson), 9-202 (Critchley), 10-203 (Barber)

India A Bowlers

7.5-0-48-3 DL Chahar
6.0-0-58-1 M Prasidh Krishna
7.0-2-35-1 Khaleel Ahmed
5.0-0-18-1 V Shankar
5.0-0-21-2 AR Patel
6.0-0-21-1 KH Pandya
Saturday, June 16, 2018
Bermuda Trio Compete in Toronto

Sabrina Burgess
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Kia Miller, Sabrina Burgess and Jamila Mallory competed in the Toronto Pro Super Show recently.

Miller finished 14th competing in the Women’s Bikini Pro Division, competing in the Women’s Physique Division Mallory finished 13th.

Burgess won the Women’s Masters Over 45 Division and she won the Overall Masters Division, Burgess would place 4th Women’s Open Figure Class C Division.
Thursday, June 14, 2018
Wilson Working on Journalism in Russia

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Bermuda have two youngsters taking part in the 2018 Football for Friendship (F4F) programme started in Russia.

Back on May 10th, the Bermuda Football Association sent out a Press Release stating Amir Dill and Majesty Wilson are taking part, but because the two youngsters are doing well and have not been kicked out of anywhere the print media has decided to ignore Bermudians doing positive yet again!

It is not hard when you have more than 13 people providing sports coverage on a regular basis, but clearly facts are facts, when certain parts of the community are doing good, they get ignored, but when things go wrong the coverage even without all the facts last days.

But onto better things for www.islandstats.com, Wilson is representing Bermuda as the youth journalist and she has taken on the challenge.

Wilson spent time recently interviewing young coaches.

 
 
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
CONCACAF to Host FIFA World Cup 2026

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The 2026 World Cup will be held in the United States, Canada and Mexico after their joint bid beat Morocco's proposal to host it.

The 'United 2026' bid was selected by FIFA member nations, winning 134 votes compared to 65 for Morocco.

The 2026 tournament will be the biggest World Cup ever held - with 48 teams playing 80 matches over 34 days.

"Football is the only victor. We are all united in football," US Soccer president Carlos Cordeiro said.

"Thank you so, so much for this incredible honor. Thank you for entrusting us with this privilege."

Of the 211 FIFA member nations, 200 cast a vote at the 68th FIFA Congress in Moscow on Wednesday, with the winning bid needing a majority of 104.
Canada, Mexico, Morocco and the US were exempt, while Ghana was absent after the country's government said it had disbanded its football association amid allegations of "widespread" corruption.

Three US territories - Guam, the US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico - were among the other member nations to not vote.

Both Mexico (1970 and 1986) and the United States (1994) have previously hosted World Cups.

Canada staged the Women's World Cup in 2015.

 
 
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