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Hector Bellerin produces exquisite assist for Arsenal U23s to stake claim for start against Manchester United

first_imgAdvertisement Comment Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 28 Sep 2019 5:46 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.6kShares Hector Bellerin produces exquisite assist for Arsenal U23s to stake claim for start against Manchester United Emery played down the possibility of Bellerin starting against United on Monday following Arsenal’s thumping win over Forest.Asked about Bellerin’s fitness, Emery said: ‘He wanted to play 90. He said “I’m ready” and wanted to play.‘I think no [he won’t be ready to start against Manchester United].‘Maybe in his mind yes. We need to listen to the doctor.’More: FootballBruno Fernandes responds to Man Utd bust-up rumours with Ole Gunnar SolskjaerNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesRob Holding also made his comeback against Forest and Emery was delighted with the defender’s performance.‘It is perfect to have more options at centre back,’ the Spaniard said.‘His spirit, his positive minutes. Every day in training he helps us to have more performances like a team.‘He needed to take minutes and confidence. It was a perfect match. He was a little tired at the end, he’s happy.’Should Emery risk Bellerin against United?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsMORE: Frank Lampard confirms Jorginho has replaced Ross Barkley as Chelsea penalty taker Hector Bellerin provided a lovely assist for the U23s ahead of Arsenal’s trip to Manchester United (Picture: Getty)Unai Emery may be tempted to risk Hector Bellerin against Manchester United after the right-back completed 90 minutes and produced an exquisite assist for the Under-23 side in a 2-2 draw with Liverpool.Bellerin made his return from a serious knee injury in Arsenal’s Carabao Cup victory over Nottingham Forest last week and assisted Joe Willock just moments after coming on in the second half at the Emirates.Emery has since revealed that Bellerin was desperate to start against Forest, but Arsenal have learned from previous mistakes and are reluctant to rush their injured players back into action too early.AdvertisementAdvertisementHowever, on Saturday, Bellerin got his wish as he started and finished a game for the first time in around nine months for the U23 side at Meadow Park.ADVERTISEMENTMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityBellerin will have been disappointed as Arsenal conceded twice in quick succession towards the end of the first half, with Curtis Jones scoring both goals for Liverpool.Nathan Tormey dragged the Gunners back into the game in the 41st minute before Bellerin produced arguably the moment of the game to set up Folarin Balogun for Arsenal’s equaliser.The Spaniard skipped past the opposition full-back with a delicate flick before putting the ball on a plate the highly-rated Arsenal forward at the back post.Bellerins assist today, he’s back bruvvvv💉💉💉 pic.twitter.com/lGh3nwXil4— 🅿️1⃣ (@P1AFC) September 28, 2019 Advertisementlast_img read more

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Smith hundred sets up Australia warm-up win over England

first_imgSTEVE SMITH ignored the jeers of the crowd to mark his first match against England since a ball-tampering ban, with a century that set up Australia’s 12-run win in a World Cup warm-up clash at Southampton yesterday.Smith’s 116 was the centrepiece of world champions Australia’s 297 for nine.A target of 298 proved just beyond England, without four first-choice players including captain Eoin Morgan and fellow batsman Joe Root, as the World Cup hosts and favourites were dismissed for 285 with three balls left.“I’m pretty chilled, everyone’s entitled to their opinion,” Smith told Sky Sports during the innings break when asked about the crowd’s taunts.“I’m just happy to be back playing. Fortunately, I was able to contribute today and hopefully I can take this form into the World Cup.” Afterwards, Australia captain Aaron Finch said: “Overall the way we batted was a good effort. I thought Steve Smith played a really impressive knock.”Smith and David Warner only returned to international duty earlier this month after they both completed year-long suspensions for their roles in a ball-tampering scandal in South Africa.The disgraced duo’s first match in England this tour was a hastily arranged, unofficial warm-up match against the West Indies on the nursery ground at Southampton on Wednesday.But that fixture was played in front of fewer than 30 spectators whereas there were several thousand in the main arena yesterday for the first of several Anglo-Australian clashes in a season featuring both the World Cup and a five-Test Ashes series.Warner was booed first by spectators yesterday when he walked out to open with Finch after Australia lost the toss.‘GET ‘EM STEVIE!’And when the left-hander arrived at the crease, one fan shouted: “Get off, Warner, you cheat.”Warner’s dismissal for 43, caught in the deep by Jonny Bairstow off Liam Plunkett, was greeted by immediate cheers from England fans.But there were more boos as he returned to the pavilion to be replaced by Smith, coming in with Australia 82 for two.The BBC reported there were a few chants of “cheat, cheat, cheat”, although a lone Australia fan shouted “Get ’em Stevie!”.There was, however, the customary round of applause from the crowd for a batsman reaching his fifty when Smith got to the landmark.Long a thorn in England’s side, Smith went to 99 with a superb carved six over third man off Ben Stokes.The next ball delivery saw Smith complete a 94-ball hundred, including eight fours, prompting yet more boos as well as clapping to acknowledge his century before he was dismissed off the penultimate ball of the innings.England’s reply saw James Vince, on his Hampshire home ground, make 64 and stand-in captain Jos Buttler a blistering 52.But both batsmen got out when well set as England, top of the one-day international rankings and fresh from a 4-0 series win over Pakistan, suffered their first defeat of the season.“There’s been some good work for some of the bowlers,” said Buttler. “We’re disappointed not to win but we’re in good shape.”Buttler, leading England in the absence of the injured Morgan, hit 24 off one over from fast bowler Nathan Coulter-Nile.A fierce cut for four was followed by an 84-metre straight six before Buttler cut another boundary.He didn’t score off the fourth ball of the 27th over but made amends off the last two, with a huge pulled six off the fifth delivery followed by an edged four past wicketkeeper Alex Carey.But Coulter-Nile had his revenge when Buttler chipped him to short mid-wicket.Vince then guided paceman Jason Behrendorff straight to Nathan Lyon at short third man.Worryingly for England, fast bowler Mark Wood could manage only 3.1 overs before going off with what a team spokesman said was “left foot discomfort”.England do, however, expect to have Morgan back from a finger injury when they open the World Cup against South Africa at the Oval on Thursday. (AFP)last_img read more

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Four Wellington wrestlers go to state

first_imgby Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — Four Wellington wrestlers will be going to state after an exciting emotional-packed two days at the Pratt Regional this weekend.Andrew Pelkey at 152, Joey Haydon at 182, Skylar Brand at 220, and Miguel Lujan at heavyweight will be representing Wellington at the Class 4A state wrestling tournament in Salina on Friday, Feb. 27.Joey Haydon 152 – Andrew Pelkey (8-1) placed 1st and scored 22 team points.Champ. Round 1 – Andrew Pelkey (Wellington) 8-1 received a bye () (Bye)Quarterfinal – Andrew Pelkey (Wellington) 8-1 won by fall over TJ Henderson (Clearwater) 18-16 (Fall 3:36)Semifinal – Andrew Pelkey (Wellington) 8-1 won by decision over Brent Cusick (Mulvane) 22-9 (Dec 7-3)1st Place Match – Andrew Pelkey (Wellington) 8-1 won by decision over Bryce Rodriguez (Ulysses) 25-8 (Dec 7-5)McComb’s analysis: Pelkey has suffered some devastating regional defeats in years’ past. As a sophomore he lost two matches in the championship and consolation semifinals on last second reversals and didn’t go to state.So he was focused going in to this tournament. He has to remain flexible with that bum knee and for the most part he was. I thought he was in trouble in the first period of the championship match going in and nearly got pinned. But he got out of it and was smart the rest of the way. Pelkey wants a state championship and second place will not be successful. That is his mentality. 220 – Skylar Brand (25-6) placed first and scored 24 team points.Champ. Round 1 – Skylar Brand (Wellington) 25-6 received a bye () (Bye)Quarterfinal – Skylar Brand (Wellington) 25-6 won by fall over Landan Hickey (Hugoton) 13-19 (Fall 2:34)Semifinal – Skylar Brand (Wellington) 25-6 won by fall over Chris Betzen (Andale) 14-19 (Fall 0:53)1st Place Match – Skylar Brand (Wellington) 25-6 won by decision over Ian O`Laughlin (Augusta) 19-16 (Dec 6-1)McComb’s analysis: Brand’s biggest break came before the tournament started. Ulysses Diego Maravilla, the second ranked wrestler in the state, was one of three wrestlers who was declared academically ineligible. Brand did what he had to do to win this tournament. Andrew Pelkey 170 – Vincent Ast (18-16) place is unknown and scored 3 team points.Champ. Round 1 – Sean Benefiel (Mulvane) 14-11 won by decision over Vincent Ast (Wellington) 18-16 (Dec 7-6)Cons. Round 1 – Vincent Ast (Wellington) 18-16 won by fall over Kyle Hammond (Holcomb) 2-21 (Fall 2:12)Cons. Round 2 – Chase Thrush (Rose Hill) 26-12 won by decision over Vincent Ast (Wellington) 18-16 (Dec 2-1). 195 – Aaron Fair (20-6) place is unknown and scored 7.00 team points.Champ. Round 1 – Cameron Hunt (El Dorado) 18-18 won by decision over Aaron Fair (Wellington) 20-6 (Dec 4-0)Cons. Round 1 – Aaron Fair (Wellington) 20-6 received a bye () (Bye)Cons. Round 2 – Aaron Fair (Wellington) 20-6 won by fall over Camdon Sweet (Pratt) 4-28 (Fall 0:49)Cons. Round 3 – Aaron Fair (Wellington) 20-6 won by fall over Darrell Cooley (Andale) 6-18 (Fall 1:33)Cons. Semi – Luke Borg-Keplar (Towanda Circle) 16-21 won by decision over Aaron Fair (Wellington) 20-6 (Dec 9-8)McComb’s analysis: I’m at a loss at how to explain it. Every wrestler has good days and bad days. For some reason, Aaron has his bad days during regional.He probably shouldn’t have lost that first match against the El Dorado kid. He wasn’t aggressive. And even in the matches he won he didn’t look sharp. I really thought he would get to the state tournament being pitted against the Circle kid who he pinned just a couple weeks ago. But it wasn’t to be. He looked like he had a pin in the first round before time expired on him. Some say he pinned him, I wasn’t at the right angle to say either way. Even then he was in control for most of the second (period). Then the Circle kid came back and tied it.It was 5-5 going with 45 seconds to wrestle when he hurt his knee. There is a time limit on how long a wrestlers can deal with an injury, and I told him to finish wrestling. He got up and got a quick reversal, and I thought he’d be OK. But it got away from him in the end. Team points: Team Scores:  1. El Dorado 149.5, 2. Pratt 142.5, 3. Augusta 136, 4. Mulvane 113.5, 5. Wellington 108, 6. Andale 98.5, 7. Clearwater 93, 8. Ulysses 87.5, 9. Winfield 85.5, 10. Hugoton 68, 11. Rose Hill 50.5, 12. Circle 50, 13. Holcomb 19, 14. Larned 14. Wichita Trinity 4.McComb’s analysis: We had a good tournament. We had junior varsity wrestlers who came up with their parents to support the team which bodes well for our program. We had wrestlers who knew going in probably weren’t going to go to state. But the main thing I emphasize is doing the very best they can and getting the experience. If they do that the wins will come – maybe not on the wrestling mat, but in life. That’s the goal I want for the kids learning to do their very best.Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comment (1) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. 0 Vote up Vote down Whatever · 285 weeks ago Great job guys best of luck……………… Report Reply 0 replies · active 285 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments 145 – Graysen DeJarnett (16-13) place is unknown and scored 8 team points.Champ. Round 1 – Graysen DeJarnett (Wellington) 16-13 won by fall over Jase Ebert (Andale) 1-8 (Fall 1:50)Quarterfinal – Reno Hughey (El Dorado) 37-5 won by fall over Graysen DeJarnett (Wellington) 16-13 (Fall 1:33)Cons. Round 2 – Graysen DeJarnett (Wellington) 16-13 won by fall over Chris Clark (Towanda Circle) 14-19 (Fall 2:37)Cons. Round 3 – Graysen DeJarnett (Wellington) 16-13 won by decision over Edgar Villa (Hugoton) 19-17 (Dec 7-2)Cons. Semi – Josh Long (Clearwater) 32-9 won by decision over Graysen DeJarnett (Wellington) 16-13 (Dec 9-5)McComb’s analysis: Graysen lost to the same Clearwater kid four times this season. His shoulder was really bothering him after the first period of the championship match, but he wrestled great and had the upper hand when time ran out on him. 126 — Kaden Heacock (7-12) place is unknown and scored 0 team points.Champ. Round 1 – Kaden Heacock (Wellington) 7-12 received a bye.Quarterfinal – Toby Gray (Rose Hill) 22-3 won by fall over Kaden Heacock (Wellington) 7-12 (Fall 0:52)Cons. Round 2 – Kaden Heacock (Wellington) 7-12 received a bye.Cons. Round 3 – Israel Montoya (Hugoton) 16-20 won by fall over Kaden Heacock (Wellington) 7-12 (Fall 2:16).center_img 160 – Skyler Struble (9-20) place is unknown and scored 3 team points.Champ. Round 1 – Skyler Struble (Wellington) 9-20 received a bye () (Bye)Quarterfinal – Logan Baird (Pratt) 34-9 won by fall over Skyler Struble (Wellington) 9-20 (Fall 0:18)Cons. Round 2 – Skyler Struble (Wellington) 9-20 won by fall over Wes Davis (Larned) 8-18 (Fall 2:34)Cons. Round 3 – Ian Cross (Towanda Circle) 15-16 won by fall over Skyler Struble (Wellington) 9-20 (Fall 0:36).McComb’s analysis: I think Skyler had a good tournament. He got a pin in this tournament which was huge for him. 138 – Ian King (8-20) place is unknown and scored 0 team points.Champ. Round 1 – Ian King (Wellington) 8-20 received a bye () (Bye)Quarterfinal – Dakota Motter (El Dorado) 26-6 won by fall over Ian King (Wellington) 8-20 (Fall 4:34)Cons. Round 2 – Ian King (Wellington) 8-20 received a bye () (Bye)Cons. Round 3 – Brandon Guerra (Pratt) 14-16 won by decision over Ian King (Wellington) 8-20 (Dec 9-3). 182 – Joey Haydon (24-15) placed 2nd and scored 20 team points.Champ. Round 1 – Joey Haydon (Wellington) 24-15 received a bye () (Bye)Quarterfinal – Joey Haydon (Wellington) 24-15 won by fall over Aiden Camp (Andale) 6-10 (Fall 3:03)Semifinal – Joey Haydon (Wellington) 24-15 won by fall over Jeremiah Slattery (Larned) 11-10 (Fall 3:55)1st Place Match – Ashtyn Cody (Rose Hill) 12-4 won by fall over Joey Haydon (Wellington) 24-15 (Fall 3:49).McComb’s analysis: Getting Joey into the finals was a big moment for him. We gambled earlier this season. Joey could have wrestled at 160 but we bumped him up to 182 thinking this would be his best opportunity to get to state. And it worked out. Getting that pin over the Larned kid was huge in the semifinals.In the championship, Haydon got caught on the “Gramby roll” which is an easy thing to happen when you are wrestling against a kid so tall. But he was toe to toe with him before that.”  285 – Miguel Lujan (7-2) placed 3rd and scored 18.00 team points.Champ. Round 1 – Miguel Lujan (Wellington) 7-2 won by decision over Trenton Ging (Winfield) 4-21 (Dec 3-0)Quarterfinal – Austin Ochoa (Ulysses) 20-14 won by decision over Miguel Lujan (Wellington) 7-2 (Dec 5-4)Cons. Round 2 – Miguel Lujan (Wellington) 7-2 received a bye () (Bye)3rd Place Match – Miguel Lujan (Wellington) 7-2 won by fall over Austin Ochoa (Ulysses) 20-14 (Fall 4:56) 120 — Andrew Wolf (8-14) place is unknown and scored 0 team points.Champ. Round 1 – Nick Lucas (Pratt) 26-3 won by fall over Andrew Wolf (Wellington) 8-14 (Fall 1:15)Cons. Round 1 – Andrew Wolf (Wellington) 8-14 received a bye () (Bye)Cons. Round 2 – Zak Anderson (Ulysses) 20-19 won by fall over Andrew Wolf (Wellington) 8-14 (Fall 2:19)McComb’s analysis: I was proud how Wolf competed. Against the Pratt kid earlier this year, Andrew was quickly pinned. In this tournament he was much more competitive which showed the kind of progress he has been making. Skylar BrandThe brackets are set for next week (to see bracket log onto the kshaa.org website here). For only the second time in the last 10 years, Wellington will be taking four wrestlers to the big show, one shy of the five who qualified in 2014. Outside last season, Wellington has not had four wrestlers since 2006.Wellington finished fifth overall with 108 points. El Dorado finished with 149.5 points. Pratt, Augusta and Mulvane followed suit. The Crusaders topped Andale which had 98.5 points for sixth place.“To score over 100 points is quite an accomplishment for this team, the best we’ve done all season,” said Wellington head wrestling coach Mitch McComb. “We were as healthy as we have ever been so that helped.“But it wasn’t just that. As a team we wrestled very well.”Andrew Pelkey wins in a hard fought 7-5 decision in regional championship.Wellington took 12 to the regional tournament with no wrestlers at 106 and 132. As with every regional there were surprises and disappointments. The biggest surprise was Lujan’s surprise third place finish at heavyweight. More on him in a related story. For Pelkey it was securing his first regional championship. Brand won the crown without having to wrestle the No. 1 projected wrestler in the regional. Haydon’s tournament final was a surprise.The most devastating disappointment came with Aaron Fair not qualifying at 195, a tremendously heart-breaking moment for the Crusader Nation at the tournament.Graysen DeJarnett at 145, came close to qualifying but ran out of time in his championship match with Josh Long. Many others gave Wellington points here and there with big wins.Joey Haydon secures state tournament berth with dramatic win Friday.So much to talk about. Here’s a synopsis of the Wellington wrestlers starting with the lightest weight, and McComb’s analysis on some of the weight divisions. For more details of these matches click on the live blog below. Migel Lujan 113 — Daniel Schmidt (4-11) place is unknown and scored 3 team points.Champ. Round 1 – Daniel Schmidt (Wellington) 4-11 received a bye.Quarterfinal – Brayan Balderrama (Pratt) 25-11 won by tech fall over Daniel Schmidt (Wellington) 4-11 (TF-1.5 2:44 (15-0))Cons. Round 2 – Daniel Schmidt (Wellington) 4-11 won by fall over Daniel Bustillos (Hugoton) 9-14 (Fall 4:09)Cons. Round 3 – Uriah Pollard (Mulvane) 7-17 won by fall over Daniel Schmidt (Wellington) 4-11 (Fall 0:57).last_img

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