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Rebels even series, double Hawks 4-2 in Castlegar

first_imgCastlegar maintained the lead until Danny Vlanich scored on the power play in the second.Tied 1-1 entering the third, the scoring gates opened as the teams combined for four goals in a three-minute span, with Nick Perez rounding out the goals for Beaver Valley.Beaver Valley out shot the Rebels 30-27.Jordan Gluck was the winning netminder against Schamerhorn, the latter making his first start since being injured in Game five of the Nelson/Beaver Valley series.Rockets grab lead in Eddie Mountain FinalJames Leonard stopped 41 of 42 shots leading the Golden Rockets to a 3-1 road win in Fernie against the Ghostriders.Golden leads the best-of-seven series 1-0 with Game two Wednesday in Fernie. The Castlegar Rebels bounced back to square the Murdoch Division Final, but needed a third-period explosion to even the series.Diego Bartlett, Aaron Brewer and Jamie Vlanich scored during a three-minute span early in the final frame to lift the Rebels to a 4-2 win over the Beaver Valley Nitehawks in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League action Tuesday in the Sunflower City.The best-of-seven series now shifts to Frutivale for Games three and four Thursday and Friday.Castlegar, still smarting from a 3-2 loss Monday in Game one, opened the scoring when the diminutive Travis Wellman scored on Jarrod Schamerhorn in the Hawks net.last_img read more

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Rummenigge: “In Germany we are going to end the season”

first_imgHow will football crisis as we know it change?There was a lot of debate about the foundations of football. Changes in European competition were tried out and he did not stop arguing. We are now experiencing a slowdown process. I am satisfied with the current structure of football and I choose to keep it. I am convinced that the market mechanisms will readjust in terms of supply and demand. I sense that those responsible for European clubs will be cautious about this evolution in the world of football.Visions like the European Super League seem further than ever.I was never a supporter of the Super League. In Germany, in particular, we have understood that the fan does not want it. He wants the Bundesliga and the Champions; the icing on the cake. The fans reject something as artificial as the Super League, which pursues the sole objective of generating more money. It is a subject that we should bury as soon as possible. We have an obligation to take the fans into account in our calculations. They are the foundation of everything. And they are happy with the current model.Does the crisis force us to think about insurance models for the future?This has never happened. No one was prepared or insured. The leagues either. As for insurance policies and their viability, I am skeptical. I do not know how and for how much money insurance can be designed to cover these types of events. Let us hope that it is a singular case and does not recur in such a dimension.The Belgian league has just been suspended. Are your legs starting to shake?UEFA has criticized the Belgian league, in my view in a justified way, for declaring the season suspended. In Germany we all agree: the 36 clubs have made the decision to end the season, even if it has to be after June 30 for political or health reasons.Do leagues have priority against Champions, Eurocup and World Cup?This has been decided by UEFA. You are dealing with the subject with great sensitivity and good sense. He has prioritized the leagues.The contracts that expire in June are yet another problem. Solutions in sight?The market will have to be adapted. At Perisic, Coutinho and Odriozola we have three assignments whose contracts expire on June 30. In the event that the season continues beyond that date, it is up to FIFA to come up with a solution that ensures that players can end the season with their respective clubs. Failure to do so would distort competition.How do you rate the sports and political measures adapted in Europe to date?Politics is exceptionally handling the crisis, especially in Bavaria. Here we are in good hands. The Prime Minister has earned the trust of the people based on his clear and unhurried character. Now it is time to be disciplined and wait for everything to evolve favorably.In Barcelona it seems to have cost a little more to achieve a reduction in salaries in the workforce.I don’t have any details about it. Here we also talked to the footballers and, in a matter of a day, they agreed to do without 20 percent of their salary as a solidarity act with the club’s employees.Real Madrid turned their stadium into a warehouse for medical supplies, Bayern also sets an example of solidarity between clubs. Are they revealing their true faces in the face of the crisis?It is important that everyone is aware of their responsibility. It seems good to me that those clubs that were always branded as millionaires stand out above the rest. It is the social obligation of soccer.The club announced to stop all activity in the market and to prioritize renovations. How is the situation of the players whose contracts expire soon?We have had conversations with the players and their respective agents. Have to wait. The fact that we do not know definitively until when we will have to deal with the coronavirus makes planning considerably difficult. How are you?My family and I are fine, thanks for asking.Do you remember when was the first time you heard of the coronavirus?Pretty soon due to our Shanghai office. On January 7 we went back to work and in the middle of the month the outbreak began. My colleague Jorg Wacker, responsible for internationalization and hence the China office, requested the closure immediately. An employee even went to visit her family in the Wuhan epicenter and was unable to leave for weeks. It was depressing.Is the coronavirus an opportunity to break free from the consumer image of soccer?Society in general is being an example of solidarity. Football also has to show solidarity at the moment. The impact of our sport on society is enormous, so we must set an example. The world of soccer is trying to put this empathy into practice in all corners of the planet. Everyone wants to be an example to follow and give encouragement for the future.How do you rate the measures taken in the Bundesliga and abroad?The DFL (German League Federation) is handling the issue quite well. President Seifert is doing exemplary work. Everything happens in a harmonious, solidary and loyal way. In these times it is important that the strongest support the weakest. We are all aware. So we try not to leave the weaker clubs alone.The four participants in the Champions League made available twenty million, partly from television income not yet distributed to the neediest clubs. How did it happen?We met in Düsseldorf when travel was still possible. We wanted to set an example of solidarity and, finally, we chose to take this measure. Now we have to wait to see how things evolve. Of course, I think there is an opportunity to get out of the crisis in financial terms.Does it bother you that people consider you a financial bluff? There are those who say that the origin of such undistributed television revenue is not entirely clear.It is sad, yes. I have received many letters and messages about it. Most of them find it great. The participants of the Champions League have made an important contribution to solidarity in football. No more no less.Is Bayern healthy?Bayern Munich is healthy and financially sound. We haven’t played a game in weeks and that obviously affects Bayern’s finances as well. There remain to be distributed television funds that, right now, it is not known if they will be distributed and in what way. We also lack revenue from ticket sales and merchandising. Of course, we have a great advantage: turnover and profit were the engines of soccer until recently. Now we are realizing that the most important factor is liquidity. Fortunately, we have been economically successful for a few years. Unlike many clubs to which this aspect is causing great concern, we cannot complain about liquidity.Is it the consequence of the model based on economic stability that Bayern has been pursuing for years?We always had our own philosophy. We never get carried away by the madness of the market. We were criticized for it, but today I am happier than ever not to have done so. Just that mentality has protected us from greater evils, especially regarding our employees. Players earn enough money. They won’t have to beg for a little less. Our employees do fear for their survival. That is why we are proud to be able to present ourselves, even in these times, as a stable employer.Breaking the rules carries penalties, as evidenced by the fine imposed on Jerome Boateng for leaving the city.Hasan (Salihamidzic, sports director) imposed guidelines that prohibited leaving Munich. In this way, we want to avoid contagion of a player and part of the squad being quarantined. Given the DFL’s plans, it would have devastating consequences. The problem was that Jerome did not ask the sports management for permission. Nor informed them. We want to set an example within the imposed judicial and health framework. It counts for everyone.last_img read more

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GAA RESULTS: DONEGAL SOUTH

first_imgU-16 Div 1 LeagueDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment18-Mar-2012 Aodh Ruadh 4 – 8 1 – 7 Naomh Conaill Aodh Ruadh U-16 Div 2 LeagueDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment18-Mar-2012 Na Rossa 5 – 19 3 – 6 Naomh Brid Na Rossa 18-Mar-2012 Kilcar 5 – 7 6 – 8 Naomh Naille KilcarU-16 Div 1 LeagueDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment18-Mar-2012 Killybegs 2 – 15 1 – 6 Dungloe KillybegsU-16 Div 2 LeagueDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment 18-Mar-2012 Naomh Columba 0 – 1 0 Bundoran Naomh ColumbaU-16 Div 1 LeagueDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment18-Mar-2012 Four Masters 5 – 10 2 – 8 Naomh Mhuire Four Masters GAA RESULTS: DONEGAL SOUTH was last modified: March 19th, 2012 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 GAA resultsDonegal Southlast_img read more

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STRANORLAR VINTAGE SHOW CANCELLED AFTER DEATH

first_imgThe Stranorlar Vintage show scheduled to take place this Sunday at St Mary’s NS Stranorlar has been cancelled.The show has ben cancelled as a mark of respect to the late Barry Mc Cool Stranorlar who sadly passed away in Belguim after a short illness.Barry was a former pupil of St Mary’s NS Stranorlar. His funeral takes place this Sunday in St Mary’s Church Stranorlar at 2pm. STRANORLAR VINTAGE SHOW CANCELLED AFTER DEATH was last modified: April 20th, 2013 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)last_img read more

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DONEGAL SPORTS STARS CONTINUE TO IMPRESS THROUGH APRIL

first_imgThe Donegal Sports Star Awards Committee will have taken note of a number of sporting achievements during the month of April that will no doubt form part of their deliberations when deciding winners at the end of the year.April 2013 won’t be forgotten in a hurry by young Ramelton man Kyle-Callan McFadden (pictured right) a previous Donegal Sports Star Award Soccer winner.Just three days after helping Norwich City to the FA Youth Cup Final the 18-year-old Ramelton lad signed his first professional contract with the Canaries. And it got better as the centre-half played his part in the dramatic late 1-0 first leg win over the mighty Chelsea in front of 21,500 fans at Carrow Road. For further details on the Donegal Sports Star Awards visit donegalsportsstarawards.ie or follow us on Facebook at Donegalsports Starawards. Other excellent April highlights included athlete Mark English who represented Ireland at a World Relays event in the US and was one of three Letterkenny AC members to win track titles at the national universities championships in Cork. April was also good for boxing as five young fighters came back from the National Stadium with gold medals.Another magnificent triumph was Moville Community School winning the FAI Senior Girls Final. April was good for athletics in terms of both titles and qualification for international competitions. Finn Valley athlete Sarah Collins broke the Irish Junior 5k record in the USA to make the qualifying time for the European Championships in Rieti next month. Another Finn Valley athlete hammer thrower Felan McGuigan qualified for IAAF World Youth Championships at Loughborough, England reaching the World ‘B’ standard for a second time. He now goes to the finals in the Ukraine next month.John Kelly (2012 Donegal Sports Star Best Secondary Boy Athletics Award winner) reached the ‘B’ Standard for the IAAF World Youth Championships in Loughborough with two throws of 18.21m and 18.33m. Letterkenny AC’s Mark English set a new Donegal 400m record at Universities Track & Field Championships in Cork and helped Ireland to fifth place at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia in a team that included Brian Gregan, Ciaran O’Lionaird and Paul Robinson. Also at the Universities Track & Field Championships in Cork, Darren McBrearty won the 800m and Dan King took the 1,500m title to make it a treble success for members of Letterkenny AC. Mark Hoy, Finn Valley was second in the 800m. At the end of the month Brendan Boyce finished 6th in Germany in a time of 1:24:38 in a 20km walkIn badminton the reigning title holders Donegal were beaten in the Division 1 U-15 Final at the Ulster Inter League Team Championships at the National Badminton Hall in Lisburn. However, there was good news for the Donegal B side who won the Division 2 Final., another past Overall Donegal Sports Award winner Illies Golden Gloves fighter Willie McLaughlin won again against a Ukrainian opponent in Italy as a member of the Italia Thunder team. There was a good end to the month for young Errigal Cycling Club member Shauna McFadden who won the U-12 category at Ras na nOg in Drogheda and was third in an event in Cookstown and finished fourth in a race in Banbridge, Co. Down. Another Errigal Cycling Club member Dylan Traynor was 3rd in the U-12 race in Banbridge and fourth in the Cookstown event. Conor Halvey was fourth in U-14s in Cookstown and Ciara Doogan 3rd in U-16 Youth Olympic Trials. Michael McGlynn was third in the U-14 race in Cookstown.At the Donegal Championships Conor McElwaine (Errigal Cycling) and Siobhan Gallagher (Four Masters) won the male and female Time Trial Championships while in the top event of the weekend Cormac Keeney was first across the line in the County Road Race Final. Meanwhile, Jordan McGinley (Errigal Cycling) from Letterkenny received an invitation to be part of the Belgian Project-David McCall Foundation Composite Team for the Ras Dhun na nGall.In GAA football it was not a month of success outside the county but the Donegal U-21s did reach an Ulster Final against Cavan. At the end of the month the County’s Minor footballers lost to Monaghan in the Ulster League Final at Brewster Park. Hurling produced two winners although the Donegal senior hurlers lost to Fingal in Division 3A League Final in the middle of the month there were Ulster titles at the end of the month for the county’s minor team winning the Ulster Shield defeating Monaghan in the final at Brewster Park and the St. Eunan’s hurlers triumphed in the Ulster Division 4 decider overcoming Pearse Og (Louth) in the final at Garvaghy, Co. Tyrone.Letterkenny man Patrick Quinlivan was named ‘Disability Gymnast of the Year at a reception in Banbridge. Patrick is a also a previous Donegal Sports Star Award winner. Sammy Wasson (Letterkenny) came third in Power Lifting World Championships in Castleblaney.There were a number of soccer titles handed out in April. Letterkenny Rovers and Bonagee Utd won the U-16 Champions League and U-16 Europa Cup respectively. Letterkenny Rovers youth player Dale Gorman signed for English League side Stevenage. On Sunday April 14th the destiny of four league titles were decided between Donegal and Inishowen. Donegal Town won the Division 1; Gweedore Utd lifted the Division 2 League Championship title while Kerrykeel 71 were also promoted to Division 1. Out in Vienna there was another international cap for Milford girl Amber Barrett (Lagan Harps) but it was to be disappointment for the Irish U-17s losing to Norway in a European qualifier meaning no place at the Elite Finals. At just 21 years of age goalkeeper Ciaran Gallagher made his 100th appearance for Finn Harps against Salthill Devon in Ballybofey while another young netminder at the club Shaun Patton was in goals for Republic of Ireland Schoolboys against England in 2-2 draw in Cork. At the end of the month Letterkenny Rovers Youths won the Colin Breslin Cup Final defeating Rosses Academy;In schools sport at primary level Kilmacrennan NS captured a unique treble of county titles in three different sporting codes, namely soccer, gaelic football and athletics. The three titles were won within a fortnight of each other. First up was the girls soccer team who swept all before them in the FAI Futsal competition without conceding a goal.The Sportshall Athletics was the next competition that saw success come the way of the Kilmacrennan school. The 3rd/4th class girls team won the county title and went all the way to the All-Ireland finals where they finished in 3rd place. The boys made it a unique hat-trick of titles when they won the Indoor GAA title in Letterkenny.In Secondary Schools sport St. Eunan’s College second year boys basketball side defeated Summershill (Sligo) in regional final to retain their title and reach the All-Irelands play-offs. For further details on the Donegal Sports Star Awards visit donegalsportsstarawards.ie or follow us on Facebook at Donegalsports Starawards.DONEGAL SPORTS STARS CONTINUE TO IMPRESS THROUGH APRIL was last modified: May 18th, 2013 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:Aprildonegalsportstarlast_img read more

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Parent Insider Tips: Getting Your Kids Outside with Geocaching

first_imgLet the kids be your guide. Children are eager to participate, so let them take the lead through navigating or looking under each rock and bush for an elusive geocache. Bring snacks. They can mean the difference between a fun day at the park and a before-dinner meltdown. Become a pirate. Choose regular to large-sized geocaches that will provide fun toys and trinkets that your kids can trade for. Remember to trade up or equal, so have your little ones bring along some knickknacks to leave behind. SharePrint RelatedGetting your kids outside with geocachingJune 4, 2019In “News”Featured Geocacher of the Month Award WinnersAugust 25, 2011In “Community”Interviews With Geocaching Filmmakers – Part 3February 20, 2015In “GIFF” No matter where you go or what you find, geocaching can make every family adventure into your own little victory.Sweet Geocaching Victory! Make memories to last a lifetime. Bring a camera to capture all those memorable moments. Share with your Friends:More Muddy Boots, Kiddos and GeocachingBy Dani NavarreAs a parent, you learn to appreciate the little victories in life, whether that means celebrating a win after a soccer game or reveling in the triumph of getting your child to eat all their vegetables. However, nothing quite beats the satisfaction of watching your child grin from ear to ear as they win their own small victory by exploring and discovering the world around them through geocaching. With over 2.4 million geocaches waiting to be discovered worldwide, every location can be turned into an adventure and each family outing a victory.Recently I sat down with real-life Geocaching dad Monte Michaelis to discuss his experiences geocaching with his children:How do you explain to kids what Geocaching is?“I tell kids that Geocaching is like a treasure hunt that’s happening all over the world, all the time, even in their own neighborhood. I have them imagine playing a videogame where they are the main character, only the game isn’t played on a screen. It’s real life, in real places, and there’s no telling what they might find.”How do you keep kids motivated to start or stay Geocaching?“I think the secret is to make Geocaching a family activity. The kids should feel involved in choosing the geocaches you look for, ones that cater to their interests. I would also encourage parents to use Geocaching as a reason to try things for the first time.”Why should parents Geocache with their children?“I’m the father of two daughters, and I want to spend time with them. I want to talk to them about what’s going on in their lives. I want to share experiences and have adventures. Geocaching is the perfect way to do these things, because the whole point of it is to be in the places you love with the people you love.”Kid SWAGSo are you ready to hit the trails? If you want to know what kind of geocache you should look for on your first kid-expedition, you came to the right place! Make your child’s first adventure a success by choosing geocaches that are age-appropriate. Geocaches are ranked by difficulty and terrain, so start easy by choosing ones with one or two stars. Try to select geocaches with multiple favorite points, as they sometimes prove to be the most intriguing. Before heading out, do a little research by checking the Recent Activity log of the geocache to see if it has been found in the past few weeks. Bonus points for combining a day of geocaching with other family activities, like a walk to the local library, a trip to the zoo, a short day hike, or even a stroll around the neighborhood.Getting in Touch with NatureHere are some insider tips from Monte and other geocaching parents to make your first time geocaching with your little tyke a success: Be enthusiastic. Enthusiasm is contagious. If you are genuinely excited about geocaching, your kids will be, too. So start practicing your happy dance and be ready to break out those moves when you find one!last_img read more

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Why JEE Main only in Gujarati, asks Mamata

first_imgWest Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday raised objections to why JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) Main will be conducted in Gujarati and “not in other regional languages”.“Joint Entrance Exams so long were conducted in English and Hindi languages. Surprisingly, now only Gujarati language has been added. Such a step is not at all praiseworthy. I love Gujarati language. But, why have other regional languages been ignored?” Ms Banerjee wrote on social media.According to Ms Banerjee, if Gujarati had to be there, then all regional languages, including Bengali, must be there too. Warning the Centre of protest, she said that unless “this issue is decided gracefully, there will be strong protests all around as sentiments of people who speak other regional languages would be deeply hurt due to this injustice.” She also accused the Centre of “maligning all regions and regional languages”.Trinamool Congress MP Abhishek Banerjee had also criticised the Centre on the issue, saying that any “linguistic discrimination is unconstitutional”.He had tweeted, “Constitution mandates equality for all. Why only options of English, Hindi & Gujarati ? JEE (Mains) 2020 must be conducted in all regional languages including Bengali, Oriya, Kannada, Telegu, Tamil, Marathi. Any linguistic discrimination is unconstitutional.”last_img read more

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Premier Futsal League gets 13 million TV viewers

first_imgBengali star Jeet’s Grassroot acquires Kolkata futsal franchise Broadcasters eye sports content for digital reach COMMENT Published on SHARE SHARE EMAIL SHARE COMMENTS August 02, 2016 football RELATED The first season of the Premier Futsal League has notched 13 million television viewers for the tournament.The tournament, which took place between July 15-24, had big football names like Ronaldinho, Paul Scholes and Michel Salgado who were signed up as marquee players.The opening day garnered 4.8 million TV viewers tuned in for a futsal by international players. This was followed by the first two matches of the tournament.The league has seen a consistent viewership for the entire duration of the tournament. Midway through the season, Ronaldinho’s last match on July 17 had garnered one of the highest viewership for the entire tournament with 3.9 million TV viewers.The league has successfully captured a significant portion of the audiences who follow football – the game’s more popular cousin: 26 per cent of the futsal league viewers had also watched the recent UEFA Euro Championships this year. But if football does not command the majority of futsal viewers, then who are these viewers? What other sporting leagues do they watch?Among the varied content consumed by futsal viewers across television, Hindi entertainment and movies are the highest watched genres, followed by Tamil and music content.last_img read more

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India denies visas to 5 Pakistan diplomats for Kolkata World T20 match

first_imgPakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) today issued a summon to the Indian Deputy High Commissioner in Islamabad, after seven Pakistani diplomats were refused visas to visit India, to attend the World T20 India-Pakistan match in Kolkata on March 19.JP Singh has been summoned by the Pakistani High Commission officials to protest against the refusal of the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) to grant visas to its diplomats.However, sources close to the MEA claim that travel permits for two out of seven officials and their families have been cleared. The remaining five have been denied.”It is not a case of visa, it is a case of permission to travel to India to Pakistani diplomats. Two have been granted visas. The remaining five will be not be given permits since they have close links to the defence and ISI,” sources close to the MEA said.”The two diplomats and their families, who have been granted permission, will be travelling to Kolkata on Wednesday,” the source added.Also Read: ICC World Twenty20: Pakistan take on Bangladesh in tricky clashlast_img read more

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Hockey World Cup 2018: Belgium battle past Canada in opener

first_imgBelgium started their Hokey World Cup 2018 campaign with a fighting 2-1 win over minnows Canada in the opening match of the hockey’s showpiece event at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar on Wednesday.The current Olympic silver medallist are in search of their maiden men’s World Cup title.Belgium, ranked world No. 3, started the game as overwhelming favourites against world no. 11 Canada in the Pool C opener but they looked far from impressive.Even though Belgium controlled the proceedings in the first two quarters by showcasing fast-paced attacking hockey, they lacked the sting after the change of ends.Hockey World Cup 2018: FULL COVERAGE | FULL SQUADS | SCHEDULEThe Red Lions sounded the board as early as in the third minute through a fine field strike by Felix Denayer.In the 12th minute, captain Thomas Briels found the back of the net again for Belgium but the goal was disallowed after Canada went for the referral, claiming the ball hit his hand before rolling on to the goal.But Briels was not to be denied in the 22nd minute as he scored with a brilliant strike after he was set up by Arthur van Doren.Hockey World Cup 2018 Points TableGoal scorer @FelixDenayer after his sides 2-1 win over @FieldHockeyCan Odisha #HWC2018 Bhubaneswar @hockeybe @BELRedLions pic.twitter.com/DmyQShnQWi International Hockey Federation (@FIH_Hockey) November 28, 2018Belgium completely dominated the first two quarters as Canada hardly managed to get a shot at the opposition goal.But the script changed to some extent after the half time as Canada started to find their grip on the match.advertisementThey fought brilliantly to pull a goal back through MarK Pearson’s penalty corner conversion in the 48th minute.After a bright start, it was a lacklustre performance from the Belgians in the last two quarters as they allowed Canada to comeback into the match.It was far from an ideal start for Belgium as they wasted as many as four penalty corners in the match, a fact which their captain Thomsa Briels accepted.”We played a very good first half. We started positively and dominated but Canada came back strongly after half time to give us some tough time,” Briels said.Belgium will next face hosts India on December 2 while Canada will be up against South Africa.(With inputs from PTI)last_img read more

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