Utah’s Sue Nyhus will be making golf history this week in North Carolina. Here’s why Related Utah’s Sue Nyhus shot a 14-over 85 in the first round of the U.S. Senior Women’s Open Thursday at Pine Needles Golf Club in Southern Pines, N.C., which puts her in a tie for 98th place.It wasn’t the start Nyhus was hoping for as she plays in a record ninth United States Golf Association event, the most any man or woman has played in.The 56-year-old from Orem, who is the women’s golf coach at Utah Valley University, got off to a rough start as she made double bogey at her first hole, the par-5 10th hole. She also double-bogeyed No. 15 and had bogeys at 11, 13, 14, 15 and 18 for a 45. She played better on her second nine as she made five bogeys for a 40.None of the golfers in the 120-player field could break par Thursday as Danielle Ammaccapane had the best score with a 1-over-par 72. To make the 50-golfer cut, Nyhus will likely need to shoot around 74 or 75 in Friday’s second round.
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Last weekend, Inis Mór handball club hosted theirannual Aon Bhalla Inis Mór tournament. This one wall competition has proven tobe popular among players and supporters. With over 250 games taking place this week,this event was another successful one. The Men’s Open sawBen Devlin from Louth defeat Wexford’s Galen Riordan in the final. There wasstrong Galway interest in this event as home player Peter Donohue reached thesemi final after beating number one seed James Prentice in the quarter finals.Abbeyknockmoy’s Jamie Kelly was beaten by eventual champion Devlin in thesecond semi final. Mikey Kelly (far right) beat Conor Hession (far left) in the Boys U15 tournament. In the Women’s Open Ciara Mahon was victorious forthe second year running after beating Cuileann Burke of Mayo in the final.Burke defeated Galway handballer Ashling Mullen in the semi final stage. There was Galway success in this tournament withMikey Kelly claiming the Boys U15 title. The Abbeyknockmoy handballer beat prevailedin what was an all Galway showpiece event. Annaghdown’s Conor Hession finishedrunner up as Kelly responded from his defeat in the Junior Nationals final. SeamusO Conghaile won the Men’s B title while Gavin Kelly claimed victory in the U13tournament. Bertie O Donnchadh won the Boys U11 tournament as Niamh Ní Ghionnáinwon the Girls U9 event. Linda Seoighe, Ryan O Tuathail, Emma Kinane, ConorHession and Ava Sweeney were among the runners up. Ava Sweeney (left) finished as runner up in the Girls U13 final. Overall it was another successful hosting of the tournament with Annaghdown Handball club hosting their One Wall tournament this weekend. Ella Sweeney reached the final of the Girls U11 competition. ResultsMen’s Open Ben Devlin (Lú) dft Galen Riordan (Loch GormanWomen’s Open Ciara Mahon (CC) dft Cuileann Burke (MaighEo)Men’s B Seamús O Conghaile dft Paul Ó ConghaileMen’s C Anthony Fitzgerald dft Niall DelanyMasters Barrie McCoy dft Billy CaddellWomen’s C Michelle McCoy dft Linda SeoigheBoys U17 Mark Doyle dft Ryan O TuathailBoys U15Mikey Kelly dft Conor HessionGirls U15Clodagh Munroe dft Emma KinaneBoys U13Gavin Kelly dft Shea MunroeGirls U13Cleonna Ní Dhuileáin dft Ava SweeneyGirls U11Tamia Kelly dft Ella SweeneyBoys U11Bertie O Donnchadh dft Eoin O DioráinBoys U9Mark McCoy dft Adam HanleyGirls U9Niamh Ní Ghionnáin dft Maeve Ní Dhonnchadhprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Dan Phillips Jr., of Aberdeen, caught five bass, weighing 10 pounds 4 ounces to earn a fourth-place tie in Saturday’s Wal-Mart Bass Fishing League Northeast Division event on Chesapeake Bay. The Middletown Galaxy U10 girls travel soccer team seeks to add one or two players to its roster for the 2005-06 season. Galaxy competes in the Monmouth-Ocean Soccer Association (MOSA). The team roster includes players from Middletown and surrounding towns. Players must be born after July 31, 1995. For more information, please contact Johnny at (732) 946-5050 or e-mail the coach at mtGALAXY@gmail.com. The Aberdeen/Matawan girls fall softball league will be holding registration for it 2005 season. The league is open to residents and nonresidents grades four through 12 as of September. For more information, go to www.leaguelineup.com/amyaa, call Jim at (732) 290-9576 or e-mail amyaa2005 @optonline.net The Community YMCA in Red Bank is looking for individuals for its summer Outdoor Youth and Teen Basketball leagues. Ages 7-9 play on Tuesdays, ages 10-13 play on Thursdays and ages 14-18 play on Wednesdays. The Community YMCA is looking for teams for its summer Outdoor Roller Hockey League. Sign up as a team or an individual. League play started July 12. The team fee is $575 and the individual fee is $65. The Community YMCA is hosting a hockey clinic for children ages 7-14 on our outdoor hockey rink. The clinic for children ages 7-10 began July 11 and runs to July 15; for children ages 11-14 it begins July 18 and runs to July 22. For more information on any of these leagues, please contact Sandy Marchini, associate sports director, at (732) 741-2504, ext. 22. Space for all these programs is limited. The Jersey Shore Breeze, a 11U boys travel baseball team (date of birth must be on or after May 1, 1994) centrally located in Monmouth County, is looking for dedicated players and their families for the 2006 spring and travel season. For more information, e-mail email@example.com. A Middletown-area U12 boys travel baseball team is seeking players for its fall 50/70 league. Players must be born after 5/1/93. Players from all surrounding towns are welcome. Pitching experience is a plus. Tournament play next spring and summer with baseball as primary sport. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
This is the third edition of the rotational Victoria Cup between Kenya and Uganda, with the inaugural tournament that took place at Muthaiga Golf Club in 2016 before moving to Uganda’s Entebbe Golf Club in 2017; where the Kenyans lifted the trophy in both occasions by beating the Ugandans with a single point (2016) and two points (2017).Will the Lions (team Kenya) continue the winning streak and lift the trophy for the third time or will the Cranes (team Uganda) humble the Kenya team?Speaking about the tournament, newly elected KGU Chairman, Lucas Maraga, expressed confidence in the preparations to host the 4-day tournament.“At KGU, we have a capable team that has been working around the clock to ensure that we are prepared well in time to host the Uganda team. The course at VetLab Sports Club is a perfect venue for the Victoria Cup and we look forward to a great match with our neighbors,” he said.The format of the event just like in the last two years, will be a combination of foursomes, fourball betterball and singles with each country fielding a team of 10 players. The Kenya Golf Union (KGU), is yet to name the players selected to represent Kenya in the tournament that has fielded some of Kenya’s best golfers notably Alfred Nandwa (turned pro), Samuel Njoroge, John Karichu and Edwin Mudanyi.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Will the Lions (team Kenya) continue the winning streak and lift the trophy for the third time or will the Cranes (team Uganda) humble the Kenya team?NAIROBI, Kenya, June 6, 2018 – The Vetlab Sports Club will be the host of the third edition of the Victoria Cup; a golf tournament between Kenya and Uganda scheduled to be played between July 25- 28. It is again a battle between Kenya and Uganda teams at the VetLab; as the 18-hole golf course hosts the Victoria Cup in July. Set to draw some of the best players from the two neighboring countries, the tournament is organized by the Kenya Golf Union (KGU) together with the Uganda Golf Union (UGU).
0Shares0000Juventus players celebrate winning after their UEFA Champions League quarter-final second leg match against Barcelona at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on April 19, 2017 © AFP / Marco BERTORELLOBARCELONA, Spain, Apr 19 – Barcelona failed to produce another miraculous Champions League comeback as Juventus held out for a 0-0 draw at the Camp Nou on Wednesday to reach the semi-finals 3-0 on aggregate.The Spanish champions had overcome a 4-0 first leg deficit against Paris Saint-Germain in the last 16 with a dramatic 6-1 win back on home soil. But Juventus showed why they boast the best defensive record in the competition as Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar were blunted as the Italians gained revenge for their defeat in the 2015 Champions League final.Juventus join holders Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Monaco in Friday’s semi-final draw.Straight from kick-off the visitors seemed determined to learn from the French champions’ mistakes.Barcelona’s Neymar (L) and teammate Jordi Alba bend over after their UEFA Champions League quarter-final second leg match against Juventus at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on April 19, 2017 © AFP / Marco BERTORELLOMassimiliano Allegri’s men pressed high to prevent Barca dominating possession and enjoyed the better of the early chances.Former Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain volleyed over from the edge of the area before only a brilliant challenge from Gerard Pique prevented Juan Cuadrado’s cross providing Higuain with a tap in.Barca had to wait 19 minutes for their first clear sight of goal as they intricately worked the ball around a packed Juventus box before Messi fired inches wide.Messi then Gianluigi Buffon’s palms for the first time on the half hour mark.At the other end, Higuain threatened again when he just couldn’t get enough power on Miralem Pjanic’s dinked cross to beat Marc-Andre ter Stegen.Neymar had been Barca’s hero in a remarkable finish with two goals and an assist in the final minutes against PSG.Barcelona’s Lionel Messi grimaces during their UEFA Champions League quarter-final second leg football match against Juventus at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on April 19, 2017 © AFP / Marco BERTORELLOYet, he found it far harder up against friend and former Barca teammate Dani Alves and his frustrations at a perceived lack of protection from referee Bjorn Kuipers spilled over as he was booked just before half-time.Juventus also had the first big chance of the second half as Cuadrado fired across Ter Stegen but wide of the far post.Ter Stegen was then forced to turn behind another driven effort from the Colombian.Messi was being forced to come deep in search of possession, but he briefly had Juventus hearts in mouths with a low effort that was deflected inches wide.Barca boss Luis Enrique forlornly turned to Paco Alcacer from the bench as the hosts played with four forwards for the final half hour.Messi had another big chance after a rare Buffon handling error from a corner, but unfortunately for Barca it fell on his right foot and the Argentine fired well over.Sergi Roberto was Barca’s unlikely hero with the 95th minute goal that sealed the 6-1 win over PSG six weeks ago.Barcelona’s Luis Suarez (L) is tackled by Juventus’ Sami Khedira during their UEFA Champions League quarter-final second leg football match at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on April 19, 2017 © AFP / Josep LAGOHe nearly delivered another important and rare goal, but when the right-back’s effort flew inches wide 20 minutes from time so did Barcelona’s hopes.Juventus comfortably saw out the final stages to register their eighth clean sheet in 10 Champions League games this season.And the only negative news of the night for the Bianconeri was a yellow card for Sami Khedira that will rule the German international out of the first leg of their semi-final.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
All the comments conveyed the idea that regardless of how it directly affected them, Sept. 11 touched them deeply. As one young commentator who celebrated his 11th birthday on the same day five years ago wrote, “so even though it’s my day to celebrate, I will never forget September 11th, 2001.” To read all the comments in their entirety or contribute your own please go to our forum at www. whittierdailynews.com. Editor’s note: You left comments on our “Remembering 9/11” forum that ranged from uplifting to poignant. While some touched on the United States’ involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan, others revealed how different an ordinary birthday could be when it fell on that day. One commentator wrote “September 11th changed that day, not just for me but for the world. No longer unremarkable, it became a defining moment in history.” Several said they have family members in the military on active duty, and one reader “across the pond” left a brief note, writing that “my heart goes out to all.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!