WRBI Area Baseball Regional Scores.Class 3A @ Jasper.Gibson Southern 1 Batesville 0Silver Creek 2 Southridge 1Championship: Gibson Southern 16 Silver Creek 4Class 1A @ Morristown.Jac-Cen-Del 5 Indy Lutheran 2Shakamak 10 Greenwood Christian Academy 0Championship: Shakamak 10 Jac-Cen-Del 2Courtesy of The IHSAA.
Postponed would need to be supplemented for the Ladbrokes St Leger at Doncaster in September, but Cumani is cool on the idea of stepping him up to a mile and three-quarters. He said: “I don’t think he’ll go to the Leger, I see him as a true mile-and-a-half horse. He travels well and quickens well, just like a mile-and-a-half horse, but obviously the owner will decide. He was good, but we’ve always thought he was. We just probably wasted too much time over shorter trips in the spring. “I was thinking what there is left, and there isn’t much, especially as he needs fast ground, so we will have to think long and hard about what we do with him.” Atzeni is confident there is more to come from Postponed, saying: “We always thought a lot of him. Mr Cumani always liked him. He’s a good horse, an improving horse, a typical Dubawi. “They went a nice gallop and that suited him nicely. The ground is very important to him – he likes fast ground. He’s going the right way, which is the main thing.” Cumani mentioned races like the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe and Breeders’ Cup Turf as possible targets for Postponed next season. He said: “He’s not a Leger horse. I don’t want him to go further than this as I think he’s a top-class mile-and-a-half horse.” Teddy Grimthorpe, racing manager for owner Khalid Abdullah, said of Snow Sky: “We’re very pleased with that, he was coming back at the winner at the end, and I think we’ll look to Town Moor (Doncaster).” Press Association James Given is also looking at the Classic for Odeon. The Lincolnshire handler said: “He will get better in time but at the moment it is like training a firework with the touchpaper already lit. It took two good horses to go past him and I thought it was a great run. We have to go to the Leger now.” Kingston Hill is likely to run in the St Leger without the aid of another run after his late withdrawal from the Voltigeur. Roger Varian left the decision as late as possible but after walking the course with owner Paul Smith, connections took the tough decision to pull their horse out. “I walked the course before racing and my gut feeling was it was too quick,” said Varian. “It’s been an agonising decision. We were very keen to run and it’s not ideal to make a decision like this so late. “It’s very likely we’ll go straight to the Leger now. It would have been lovely to get that run into him but that’s not going to happen. It’s very frustrating, but going off feedback of the lads who rode him and how he ran in the Derby you’d have to be hopeful he’ll stay (the Leger trip).” Aidan O’Brien’s Granddukeoftuscany and Indian Maharaja failed to fire behind Postponed in the Neptune Investment Management Great Voltigeur Stakes at York. Granddukeoftuscany tracked the front-running Odeon into the straight before fading, while his stablemate was always in the rear on his return from an absence. Ridden confidently by Andrea Atzeni, the 5-2 favourite Postponed took the lead off the free-going Odeon with two furlongs to run. Snow Sky had tracked Postponed along the straight and while Sir Michael Stoute’s inmate beat the rest easily, he was two and a quarter lengths behind the winner. Odeon stuck on for third at 40-1 for James Given.
It was a weekend of mixed fortunes on the GAA front for Tipperary with a decisive win for Tipp’s hurlers on Saturday but a heart breaking loss for the Camogie side yesterday.The senior hurlers were in action on Saturday in their last challenge match before the National League openerIt was an easy game for the Premier County against Galway club champions Liam Mellows in Lorrha Final score was 4 – 29 to 8 pointsSpeaking to Tipp FM, Padraic Maher says it spurs them on for the start of the LeagueIn Camogie, there was disappointment following an eleventh hour loss to Wexford.The Tipp side dominated the first half and led throughout the game, but a goal from Wexford on the stroke of full time gave them a one point victory.It was Manager Bill Mullaney’s first competitive game in charge of the side. He expressed his disappointment at the result but said it was a good performance.Speaking to Tipp FM he said they will be hoping for a win against Offaly next weekend
LIVE Air France Boeing 777-200 carrying French National Team receives water salute at Paris https://t.co/Gm1V74Jxgx pic.twitter.com/CYsaLBEw5O— AIRLIVE (@airlivenet) July 16, 2018 Congrats France fans, you’re waking up a champion today. 🙌 pic.twitter.com/SK9tYDtzy5— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) July 16, 2018 Dear France, Congratulations on winning the #WorldCup. 80% of your team is African, cut out the racism and xenophobia. 50% of your team are Muslims, cut out the Islamophobia. Africans and Muslims delivered you a second World Cup, now deliver them justice.— Khaled Beydoun (@KhaledBeydoun) July 15, 2018 The France squad are well and truly basking in their World Cup glory! pic.twitter.com/e2tCWDfRA2— ESPN UK (@ESPNUK) July 16, 2018 Congratulations to France, who played extraordinary soccer, on winning the 2018 World Cup. Additionally, congratulations to President Putin and Russia for putting on a truly great World Cup Tournament — one of the best ever!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 15, 2018 En attendant #LesBleus @equipedefrance ! Ambiance sur le tarmac de @ParisAeroport ! @FFF Waiting for #AF4001 @AirFranceFR from SVO w/ @equipedefrance @FFF soon to be landing in #Paris #CDG ! #ParisVousAime pic.twitter.com/5iSbLNkQkG— Paris Aéroport ⭐️⭐️ (@ParisAeroport) July 16, 2018 🎉🎉🤩 #FiersdetreBleus pic.twitter.com/b5thjp9Btn— Equipe de France (@equipedefrance) July 15, 2018Something for the French to be really proud of…France forward Kylian Mbappe has donated his full #WorldCup earnings ($550,000) to a charity that gives sports opportunities to disabled and hospitalised children.WHAT A HERO! pic.twitter.com/jhMO5uKBHk— Team FA (@TeamFA) July 16, 2018 Nothing to see here.Apart from the President of France dabbing with Benjamin Mendy and Paul Pogba. pic.twitter.com/t3Zqfmic2T— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) July 16, 2018In other news…Croatian soccer team gets heroes’ welcome as they return home from their first trip to the World Cup finals. The team fell 4-2 to France. https://t.co/PBLZoYhoSG pic.twitter.com/PpXojezldw— ABC News (@ABC) July 16, 2018Read Also:-Football: Kaka talks about youngster, Kylian MbappeFootball : West Ham sign Lazio’s Felipe Anderson for a club record £42m. CHAMPIONS DU MONNNNNNNNNNNDE ⭐⭐#FiersdetreBleus pic.twitter.com/ouMN5PkMJl— Equipe de France (@equipedefrance) July 15, 2018 Mbappé wasn’t alive for France’s first FIFA World Cup title.Yesterday, he helped deliver Les Bleus’ second. pic.twitter.com/2gcR0dgayN— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) July 16, 2018 Eiffel Tower after Afro-France’s World Cup win pic.twitter.com/ItlU4wq9BJ— Avinash Gorakshakar (@AvinashGoraksha) July 16, 2018 Victorious French World Cup team to receive their country’s highest accolade, the Légion d’Honneur https://t.co/dbzCE4xgxd— BBC Breaking News (@BBCBreaking) July 16, 2018 AdvertisementThe French won the World Cup after 20 years to add a second cup to their tally, the first one going way back to 1998. France was one of the favourites but lower on the list of potential winners. They beat all odds and beat Croatia who had been wonderful throughout the tournament.Paul Pogba celebrates his goal.Since then Twitterati has been going crazy on the East Europeans winning the most coveted cup in Football that is every player’s dream. Popular people worldwide and media houses took to social media to congratulate the young side in their Cup triumph. Moreover, even the winners posted about their triumph.Papa et maman c’est pour vous 🙏🏾❤ mom and dad, it’s for you! @equipedefrance #fiersdetrebleus pic.twitter.com/Gyh9lTfuL5— Paul Pogba (@paulpogba) July 15, 2018 Steven Nzonzi had to ask the other France players to let N’Golo Kanté hold the trophy and take pictures, because Kante was too shy to ask himself. Man…Kante is something else, love him!!🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/YOpL6Kl2W8— Damian (@FootballFact101) July 16, 2018 What a scene in Paris! An epic sea of France fans await their FIFA #WorldCup champions. pic.twitter.com/TkN2fz1HY3— FOX Sports (@FOXSports) July 16, 2018 Advertisement