Policeman shot in Sagay; colleague detained

first_imgThe shooting happened on Jan. 2 ataround 10:10 p.m. The wounded cop was Patrolman Axel Lago of Barangay Taba-ao,Sagay City. Lago was taken to the Lopez DistrictFarmers’ Hospital in the city. He had a gunshot wound in the back. He was latertransferred to a hospital in Bacolod City, said Benitez. Lago is assigned in southern Negroswhile Dela Cruz is assigned in Zamboanga City. The suspect was Corporal Elver DelaCruz of Barangay Fabrica. The two were actually friends andclassmates way back in college, according to Major Antonio Benitez, chief ofthe Sagay City police station.center_img BACOLOD City – A police officer got shot in Purok Paghiliusa, Barangay Fabrica, Sagay City, Negros Occidental. The suspect was a colleague. Prior to the shooting, the two went ona drinking binge and later on had a heated argument, investigation of the SagayCity police showed. Responding policemen recovered fromDela Cruz a .9mm pistol and detained him at the Sagay City police station./PNlast_img read more

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Five things we learned from the Premier League

first_imgLondon, United Kingdom | AFP | Manchester United spoiled Manchester City’s title party in style by roaring back from 2-0 down in Saturday’s derby to win 3-2 and keep their local rivals waiting to win the Premier League.City still boast a 13-point lead at the top of the table and behind them the race for the top four also looks over as Chelsea stumbled again in a 1-1 home draw with West Ham United.At the other end of the table, defeats for Southampton and Stoke edged them closer to joining the seemingly doomed West Brom in the Championship next season, but Newcastle now look safe.Here are five things we learned from the Premier League this weekend:Pogba and Sanchez finally clickFor 45 minutes Manchester United were living a nightmare at the Etihad, with local rivals City seemingly storming towards the title in the sweetest of fashions.Paul Pogba claimed watching City celebrate would have been “like a death” for United fans.And after so much criticism this season, it was the Frenchman who went about resurrecting United with two goals in as many minutes early in the second half.Pogba’s second was created by Alexis Sanchez and the Chilean’s free-kick also teed up Chris Smalling’s winner as United’s two landmark signings of the Jose Mourinho era clicked together for the first time.“It’s good that they’ve been able to link in together,” said Smalling. “It’s a great, great turnaround.”Hazard sparkles but Chelsea splutterWith Chelsea desperately hoping to keep alive their slender top-four hopes, Eden Hazard did everything in his power with one of his best performances of an inconsistent season for the Belgian playmaker.Unfortunately for Chelsea, it wasn’t enough as their lack of killer instinct came back to haunt them in a 1-1 draw against West Ham at Stamford Bridge.Hazard was majestic at times, leaving the West Ham defence bewildered by his sublime passing and clever movement.Yet Chelsea couldn’t make the most of the chances he created and a late equaliser by Javier Hernandez left Antonio Conte’s fifth-placed side lagging 10 points behind Tottenham and Liverpool with only six games left. Eriksen makes Spurs tick Harry Kane will always hog the headlines with his goal-scoring exploits, but Christian Eriksen showed in Tottenham’s 2-1 win at Stoke that the driving force of Mauricio Pochettino’s team is the dynamic Dane.Kane was making his first start since March after returning from an ankle injury, but it was the sublimely gifted Eriksen who pulled the strings as Tottenham cemented their hold on a top-four berth.Eriksen opened the scoring with a clinical finish and then whipped in a free-kick that looped straight into the net for the winner despite Kane’s claims he got a touch.Karius keeps Everton waitingWith Liverpool shorn of the prolific Mohamed Salah through injury and keeping Roberto Firmino among others in reserve for Tuesday’s Champions League quarter-final, second leg at Manchester City, Everton will rarely get a better chance to end their long wait for a win in the Merseyside derby.That eight-year drought now stands at 17 games as Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius showed more signs of his growing status in a 0-0 draw at Goodison.The German made a wonderful stop from Yannick Bolasie’s curling effort that was destined for the top corner to record his 13th clean sheet in 24 appearances this season.Benitez works black and white magicLiverpool could make it back to the Champions League semi-finals this week for the first time since Rafael Benitez was in charge at Anfield a decade ago.In a far cry from his illustrious past, for the past few seasons Benitez has been working to get and keep Newcastle out of the Championship rather than in the Champions League.That target looks to have been achieved for this season after a 2-1 win at Leicester on Saturday took the Magpies up to 10th and 10 points clear of the relegation zone.The Spaniard has defied a lack of investment from Mike Ashley to keep Newcastle afloat, but holding onto him for another campaign without a change in ownership may be their most onerous task this summer. Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

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Norman’s convincing win is no joke

first_img29 Aug 2015 Norman’s convincing win is no joke Saunton Golf Club’s Chris Norman scored a convincing win in the England Golf senior men’s and women’s Southern tournament at his home club – and he’s expecting a bit of ribbing.He’s the junior organiser at Saunton and he anticipates some teasing from the youngsters: “I think they might take the mickey a little bit – and let them do it!” he laughed.In truth, the juniors should be impressed. Norman notched up 75 points on the West course to win the men’s handicap prize. The men’s scratch prize was won by Geoff King of West Essex who had 63 points, pipping Norman on countback.The women’s handicap event was won by Wentworth’s Angela Deburca (pictured below) with 71 points, who was four points ahead of her closest rivals, Jane Rees of Minchinhampton and Roz Adams of Royal Blackheath. Rees won the scratch prize with a gross score of 63 points.Chris Norman was playing in a senior regional tournament for the first time and got off to a quick start. He was two-under par gross after 12 holes of the first round and eventually returned a score of three-over 74 for 39 points. The six-handicapper played the second round in 77 and amassed 36 points.Angela Deburca returned to golf a couple of years ago, after concentrating on her career, and is now keen to improve. She’s started on 20 handicap and had already come down to 11 when she teed off at Saunton. There she had scores of 32 and 39 points and is looking forward to another handicap cut.“It’s lovely to win but I’m just so pleased to have held my game together,” she said. “It was one of those days when things seemed a little easier than normal. I got the run of the ball and I putted well.”She also enjoyed the glorious weather: “The sun was shining and there are panoramic views from every corner of the course. I wanted to freeze it in my mind so I can draw on it in November!”Chris Norman echoed her: “This is a little corner of heaven. When I take the juniors out, I tell them that they’ll never see anything better than this.”Click here for full scoresCaption (top, from left): Geoff King, Jane Rees and Chris Norman, with their trophies.last_img read more

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Cornwall U12 mini tour scores a hit

first_img The Cornwall Golf Union has a huge hit on its hands after starting a mini tour to encourage U12 golfers. The first event, at St Enodoc, attracted 54 boys and girls, aged from five-years old, and the entry far exceeded the hopes of the organisers. For some of the players it was their first taste of junior golf. The youngsters played a fun, shortened version of the game over nine holes of stableford and they were all treated to a CGU bag tag and a Chinnydipper hat. Organiser David Watson, helped by the St Enodoc junior section, also ran putting and chipping challenges for the players. Now the tour moves on to Truro, Trevose and Newquay, before finishing at St Austell where the golf will be followed by dinner and a prize giving.   David Watson commented: “Retrospectively you would say why didn’t we do this a long time ago? But here we are, with an excited group looking forward to it all.” County Juniors’ President Alan Lund added: “Obviously the hope is we can make the events enjoyable for them so that they want to keep coming back and stay in the game.” 24 Mar 2017 Cornwall U12 mini tour scores a hit last_img read more

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R/T’s Bennett shoots even par to capture Christina Lake title

first_imgBy The Nelson Daily SportsStop two on the West Kootenay Zone One Junior Golf circuit and another Rossland/Trail player claims the top prize.Kevin Bennett fired an even-par 72 to edge home-course favourite Tanner Kopan by three shots to claim the overall title Sunday at the Christina Lake Golf and Country Club.Bennett’s teammate Brenan Moroney won the opening stop on the tour in Balfour.Bennett was one of four players — Kopan (75), Jordan Hoodikoff of Christina Lake (76) and Tyler McKay of RTCC (79) — to break 80 during the 18-hole tournament on the 6,760-yard, par 72 track.Kopan won the 17-18 year-old division, edging Hoodicoff by one stroke. Nolan Taylor of Granite Pointe finished third with an 82.McKay won the 15-16 year-old category over Garrett Underwood of Champion Lakes with an 83.Moroney was third at 84.Trevor Pereverzoff of Christina Lake topped the 13-14 division with a scored of 82. Ryan Fullerton of Rossland/Trail was second at 92 followed by Isaac Janzen of Creston at 95.The tour shifts to Nakusp Saturday before stopping at Granite Pointe Sunday.Bennett top point standingsKevin Bennett tops the overall standings after two stops on the West Kootenay Zone One Junior Golf circuit with 40 points.Tanner Kopan is second five points behind Bennett with Jordan Hoodikoff third.Tyler McKay is fourth with Nolan Taylor of Granite Pointe tied for fifth with Trevor Pereverzoff, each with 22 points.B.C. Amateur playdowns later this monthThe Castlegar Golf & Country Club and Granite Point Golf Club will be hosting the Zone play downs for region, the events are May 28th and 29th  at Castlegar & Granite Pointe. The top players gain automatic entry into the B.C. Amateur Men’s Golf Championship July 12-15 at the Dunes in Kamloops.sports@thenelsondaily.comlast_img read more

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first_imgARCADIA, Calif. (March 13, 2016)–A close third heading into the far turn, favored Dressed in Hermes rallied three-wide turning for home and overhauled pacesetter It’s The Ice a sixteenth of a mile from home en route to a three quarter length win under Mike Smith in Sunday’s $75,000 Pasadena Stakes at Santa Anita. Trained by San Luis Rey Downs-based Janet Armstrong, Dressed in Hermes got a mile over a turf course labeled “good” in 1:37.71.“We vanned up early yesterday and schooled him in the paddock yesterday afternoon,” said Armstrong. “We weren’t concerned about the soft turf because he ran a good fifth in the Breeders’ Cup (Juvenile Turf, one mile) at Keeneland last fall against some of the best horses in the world.”A 3-year-old gelding by the Sunday Silence stallion, Hat Trick, Dressed in Hermes was bred in Kentucky by his owner, Budget Stable. Off at 2-5 in a field of six 3-year-olds, Dressed in Hermes, who was a non-threatening fourth on dirt in the Grade III Robert B. Lewis Stakes Feb. 6, paid $2.80, $2.10 and $2.10. He now has three wins, all on turf, from seven starts and with the winner’s share of $47,700, his earnings are now $219,300.“He really is a nice horse to ride,” said Smith. “He has a little bit of pull, but the kind that you like. He gives you confidence the whole time. He’s a big horse so I was able to make my way out from the rail and down the backstretch, I let him stretch his legs out a little and it worked out great.“He gets a little discombobulated when he switches leads…I think if someone came up to him though, he would have fought back. I had plenty of horse left.”Ridden by Santiago Gonzalez, English-bred It’s The Ice was off at 3-1 and paid $2.80 and $2.10.Sorryaboutnothing sat second until deep stretch and ran gamely for third money under Mario Gutierrez, finishing a neck in front of an on-coming Arcature. Off at 24-1, Sorryaboutnothing paid $4.00 to show.Fractions on the race were 23.40, 48.14, 1:12.78 and 1:25.25.last_img read more

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