UWI FC held Tivoli Gardens to a 0-0 draw in their Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) football match at the Edward Seaga Complex yesterday. The result lifted the university team to 39 points, while Tivoli inched up to 33. The home team was more dangerous throughout the contest, but resolute defending from the visitors kept their chances at a minimum. Their best opportunity fell midway the half when Andre McFarlane’s corner landed between a host of Tivoli players in the area, but no one could capitalise on the loose ball. UWI’s head coach Marcel Gayle thought his team showed character to get a hard earned point. “We are more mature in the league now. We will not always get a good game for 90 minutes, so today, we had to grind out a point. We went down a man early in the second-half and we showed courage and determination,” he said. “But we are coming off a loss on the road and we are still on the road and it’s wonderful to come to Tivoli and get a point. Going forward, these are the games we want to play, where we grind out victories and grind out a point, so this is a feather in UWI’s hat,” he added. Tivoli’s assistant coach Damion Gordon thought there was a lack of cutting edge from his team. “We should have won the game, but it’s football and we didn’t play with much urgency and we lacked the killer instinct. Tivoli, over years, had that killer instinct and we need to get it back,” said the former Tivoli captain. In another early game, Portmore (54) missed a great opportunity to go back atop the league after they were held to a 2-2 draw by relegation-threatened Reno (32) at Frome Complex. Reno took the lead twice through Renario Downswell (33rd, 84th). Portmore secured a point with strikes from Tremaine Stewart (70th) and Ricardo Morris (90th). Montego Bay United lead with 55 points. Yesterday’s Results Tivoli Gardens 0 UWI FC 0 Reno FC 2 Portmore United 2 Humble Lion 1. Harbour View 1. Waterhouse 2. Rivoli 1 Today’s game 8:40 p.m. Arnett Gardens vs Boys’ Town at Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex
Story Links MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – The Drake University men’s tennis team began its final competition of the fall season Friday afternoon at the Gopher Invitational, hosted by the University of Minnesota.The Bulldogs picked up three doubles wins in the first two rounds of the doubles draw as Reid Jarvis and Freddie Powell teamed up for two wins. The doubles squad of Luka Jankovic and Finley Hall also collected a 6-4 win.Jarvis also earned a singles win for the Bulldogs with a comeback 6-3, 4-6, 11-9 win over DePaul’s Boris Spanjaard.The Bulldogs continue the action at the Gopher Invitational Saturday at 8 a.m. Live Results Gopher InvitationalFriday Drake ResultsSinglesReid Jarvis (Drake) def. Boris Spanjaard (DePaul) 6-3, 4-6, 11-9Vlad Lobak (Minnesota) def. Finley Hall (Drake) 6-1, 6-2Christopher Casati (DePaul) def. Freddie Powell (Drake) 6-4, 5-7, 10-3Sebastian Vile (Minnesota) def. Luka Jankovic (Drake) 3-6, 7-6, 6-2Doubles – Round 1Lobak/Vile (Minn) def. Hall/Jankovic (Drake) 6-3Jarvis/Powell (Drake) def. Spanjaard/Casati (DePaul) 7-6Doubles – Round 2Jarvis/Powell (Drake) def. Colton/Huber (Wisconsin) 6-3Finley/Jankovic (Drake) def. Smrek/Heredia (Marquette) 6-4 Print Friendly Version
ALAMEDA — Derek Carr was laying in wait.With the Kansas City Chiefs up next at Arrowhead Stadium, with temperatures forecast in the low 40s with a low of 34 degrees, he knew full well the questions would be coming Wednesday about both Arrowhead Stadium and his ability to play in cold weather.Jack Del Rio, his head coach form 2015 through 2017, said on Twitter “#4 (Carr) hasn’t played well in cold weather games and that will have to change for Oakland to have a chance.”Last week was …
One CRPF jawan has been injured in an ongoing encounter between militants and security forces in Srinagar on Saturday morning.The firefight broke out between militants and security focres in Srinagar’s Chatabal area in the morning when secuirty personnel launched a search operation of a residential area.”Intermittent firing is on,” said the police. One CRPF jawan has suffered injury in the exchange of fire.Two militants are believed trapped. There are reports of stone pelting in the area.