EI Celtic 2020 begins with the defense in frame. Oscar Garcia He has found himself in the lap of training with only four defenses available to receive Osasuna on Sunday. The losses in the rear will cause a duo of centrals to open. David Costas will first form a tandem holder with Joseph Aidoo.The youth has only played two games since the beginning in this first round. It started The league entering eleven to face the Real Madrid and the coaching staff of the García Junyent brothers He opted for the first time for the chapeleiro on the day before the Christmas break. Costas played the 90 minutes in the City of Valencia, where Celta used a scheme with three centrals, and was one of the players signaled by the defeat against the I raised. During the first part he kept the fighter at bay Roger Martí, but after the break he was unarmed, like his two companions in the axis of the rear, by the attacking granotas. The new year will start for the player trained in To Madroa with the opportunity to compensate. Néstor Araujo will not be able to participate before Osasuna when completing the card cycle, while Jorge Sáenz continues to leave after damaging his left shoulder in the cupping match with Peña Azagresa.Mal. Only two exchanges are suitable and, for the moment, also two sides: Kevin Vázquez and Lucas Olaza. The other two lanes should arrive to measure the reds. David Juncá has partially restarted training with the group and Hugo Mallo will be 2-3 days more exercising on the sidelines due to muscle strain.
PACIFIC PALISADES – The PGA Tour often is a one-man show, but without Tiger Woods, the Nissan Open became a two-man show with many in contention. Phil Mickelson and Padraig Harrington had an opportunity to distance themselves and run away from the field on Saturday at Riviera Country Club, but that didn’t happen. Ten players are within five shots of one another, meaning the Nissan Open could come down to the 72nd hole, as it usually does. Mickelson and Harrington know things could’ve been much different. Today’s round could’ve resembled a match play competition. But if either wins, it will be a moot point. “It would’ve been nice to get a few birdies and take a few guys out, but we let the field back in,” Harrington said. It didn’t look like it would be that way at the start, since Mickelson picked up where he left off. Mickelson birdied the first two holes and moved to a two-shot lead over Harrington. Mickelson made a 2-footer for birdie on the first hole. On the second hole, he hit a superb approach shot that curled around trees and landed within 4 feet. He made the putt, but didn’t birdie again until the 10th hole. Mickelson had several errant drives and iron shots and that led to consecutive bogeys on Nos. 11, 12 and 13. “I was tied for the lead yesterday,” Mickelson said. “I’ve got a one-shot lead today. So, it’s getting better. It wasn’t the day I wanted, but it’s getting better.” Mickelson and Harrington each shot his highest score of the tournament – 69 and 70, respectively – but Mickelson has a one-shot lead over Harrington at 13-under. Rich Beem, who aced the 14th hole and won a Nissan sports car, is two shots back at 11-under. “This definitely shines a ray of hope on a lot of guys’ eyes, as well as (Mickelson) was playing,” said Jim Furyk, who’s tied for sixth, four shots back. He dealt with a couple of trigger-happy photographers early in the round who twice made him step away from a shot. After he backed off his putt on No. 5, he said: “Stop it, please!” Mickelson’s most glaring error was on the par-3 16th hole, where he shot way right of the green. A computer program that shows where players hit the ball showed that his tee shot wasn’t even in the picture. He hit his tee shot right and over the green, then hit a wedge over the hole on the other side, about 40 feet by the cup. He made a 2-foot bogey putt. Harrington scrambled, too. He was in the gully on No. 8 but hit a tremendous shot to within 7 feet. He tapped in for par. This is the first time Harrington has played the tournament and first for Mickelson in five years. Harrington played Riviera once in December and he’s made his share of mistakes, which Mickelson reminded him of after the sixth hole, where he hit left. “I chipped it well by the hole and missed the putt,” Harrington said. “Seemingly, I could have chipped it up the side of the green, and it would have come back down. I didn’t happen to notice that. My playing partner told me that as I was going up the next hole.” Mickelson, who won the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am last week, is the man to beat. Each of the last two years, he’s won at least two consecutive tournaments. But Mickelson and Harrington are anything but guarantees to win the tournament. “There were a lot of low scores,” Mickelson said. “If Padraig and I had both shot low scores, we probably could’ve pulled away a little bit. Instead, it will be a shootout with a lot of guys.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Donegal Under 12 Schoolboys teamDonegal U12 schoolboys got their Foyle Cup preparations under way as they lifted the Donegal Challenge Cup in Ballyare on Saturday.This quadrangular tournament saw the hosts, along with East Donegal; Maiden City (Derry) and Carninny Youths from the Northern Ireland premier league compete in a round-robin tournament.The hosts took to the field in the first game against their East Donegal counterparts, a game they won on a scoreline of 3-0. The second game saw them take on Maiden City academy and again they came out on top on a scoreline of 5-1, with Jason McDaid helping himself to four goals.This set up a winner takes all final game against the Ballymena lads, as they had also won their two respective games. The hosts aided by a stiff breeze got off to the perfect with two goals inside the first ten minutes form Conor Black. They stayed on top throughout the first half to lead 3-0 with the third coming from Stephen Black from a corner.Carninny Youths to their credit never gave up and played some nice football in the second half. However, three further goals by Ciaran Moore, Jason McDaid and ‘Dixie’ Ferry saw the Donegal schoolboys prevail on a final scoreline of 5-1.Overall, team manager Kevin McHugh can be reasonably happy with today’s showing but will know that much tougher tests lie ahead in the Foyle Cup in two weeks time. DONEGAL U12 SCHOOLBOYS WIN DONEGAL CHALLENGE CUP was last modified: July 6th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Donegal Challenge CupDonegal U12 schoolsboys