GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES TOMAKOMAI, Hokkaido – Nobuhito Sato edged Hirofumi Miyase on the first extra hole Saturday to win his semifinal of the Japan PGA Matchplay Championship, setting up a 36-hole final with Tomohiro Kondo who ousted Shingo Katayama with a 1-up victory.Fourth-seeded Sato, the Japanese tour’s money leader and the only quarterfinalist among the top five seeds, eliminated New Zealand’s David Smail with a 1-up win in the morning and then held off Miyase after blowing a three-hole lead in regulation 18 holes. Sato clinched his spot in Sunday’s final after hitting a 148-yard second shot to three feet on the first extra hole — the par-4 11th — where Miyase hit his drive into the trees and had to lay up, failing to save par.“I have a poor matchplay record and I never thought I would come this far. I’ve had problems in my swing all week but I’m happy to be where I am after winning matches in very trying circumstances,” Sato said. Yoneyama in control KAWAGUCHIKO, Yamanashi Pref. (Kyodo) Midori Yoneyama had trouble with her putting but fired a bogey-free 1-under-par 70 and maintained the lead by two strokes at the Fujisankei Ladies Classic on Saturday.Yoneyama, who has won four titles in her four-year career, carded one birdie — at the par-5 sixth hole — en route to a 5-under total of 137 at the Fujizakura Country Club in Yamanashi Prefecture.“I kept coming up short of the cup. Since it wasn’t raining in the first half of today’s round, I thought the greens would be faster than yesterday and most of my putting turned out to be a bit too soft,” Yoneyama said. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5
Rugby Sevens, 2016 Rio Olympics, Sunwolves, Akihito Yamada KEYWORDS IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 Japan wing Akihito Yamada, who is tied for the Super Rugby try-scoring lead, has left the national sevens training camp due to injury, the Japan Rugby Football Union announced Tuesday.Yamada, who appeared to feel pain in his calf during training on Monday, is still a candidate for the team that will compete in this summer’s Rio de Janeiro Olympics according to the JRFU. The team will be announced at the end of this month. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES In 12 games for Japan’s first Super Rugby franchise, the Sunwolves, Yamada has nine tries. He was also a member of the Brave Blossoms squad that won three of their four games at last year’s Rugby World Cup in England.
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Felip Benković and Nahki Wells scored first-half goals in the 3-2 win, while Markus Henriksen was Man-of-the Match.Their performances capped off an all-round team display that pleased the head coach.Here’s what he told Robins TV:
1/1 About Connatix V56892 Auto (360p) 720p HD Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip About Connatix V56892 360p 1080p HD The St. Cloud State baseball team lost 5-4 to Minnesota State-Mankato in the NCAA Division II Central Regional finals in Mankato Sunday to win the Central Region Championship. Mike Eckhart drove in the game-winning run with a sacrifice fly in the 9th inning.Joey Benke went 2-4 with 1 RBI and Brian Hansen hit a 2-run homerun for the Huskies. Chris Kubitz allowed 1 earned run in 3 1/3 innings to take the loss for St. Cloud State. SCSU’s season ends with a record of 48-14.
– Olympian looking forward to seeing much of Guyana RENOWNED for his exploits on the track, specifically in the 400 metres, Kirani James arrived in Guyana last evening, along with Guyana’s Commonwealth Games triple Jump gold medallist, Troy Doris and a host of athletes from the 25 countries set to feature at tomorrow’s Aliann Pompey meet.The National Track and Field Centre at Leonora will host the event for the third year and according to James and Doris, athletics fans could expect nothing short of fireworks.For James, competing at the Aliann Pompey Invitational provides him an opportunity to return to full fitness after missing a year from the sport he’s acclaimed for; recovering from Graves’ disease (an immune system disorder that results in the overproduction of thyroid hormones).On his return to the track on June 9 at the JN Racers Grand Prix in Kingston, Jamaica, James clocked an impressive 44.35 seconds to win the 400 metres at the event.According to the 25-year-old Grenadian who won his country’s first ever Olympic Medal in 2012 (400 metres gold), his primary intention ahead of next year’s world championship is to be in a position where he could reclaim his throne as the world’s best over the distance as he first did in Daegu.James also pointed out that he’s looking forward to the challenge tomorrow at Leonora, adding that he hopes that his presence inspires an upcoming athlete in Guyana, but warned that he’s also here to compete, throwing down the gauntlet to those desirous of a challenge.Nigerian Chidi Okezie, the African Championships 400 metres bronze medallist; Guyana’s 400 metres record holder (45.25 seconds) Winston George; US-based Guyanese Stephan James, Arinze Chance, Carlwyn Collins, Dequawn Nkosi Vancooten, Brian Roman, Shawn Semple, Joshua Walcott and South American Junior record holder, Daniel Williams, are all expected to face off against the legendary Grenadian.Meanwhile, for Doris, the Aliann Pompey Invitational will mark his first time competing in Guyana, and speaking to Chronicle Sport upon his arrival at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport, the Chicago-based triple jump specialist is looking forward to the competition, stating “I’ve basically competed against most of the guys and I’m looking forward to the challenge.”Doris (17.18 metres, his personal best) will come up against Donald Scott, the Outdoor USA Track and Field Championships triple jump champion, who leaped to victory with a distance of 17.37 metres, which was also a personal best.Suriname’s Miguel Van Assen who holds his country’s national record in the event, as well as the CARIFTA and South American title, also arrived in Guyana.Van Assen’s personal best is 16.94 metres. The Surinamese is also the 2014 Summer Youth Olympic Games champion.The triple jump at this year’s Aliann Pompey Invitational could steal the show, since also arriving to compete is the Bahamas’ Leevan Sands.Sands won bronze at the 2008 Olympic Games, as well as bronze at the World Championship and Commonwealth Games. He’s a Pan Am Games silver medallist and multiple times gold medallist at the CARIFTA Games.
NOTTINGHAM, England (Reuters) – India’s spin sensation Kuldeep Yadav tormented England with a six-wicket haul and Rohit Sharma then piled on the runs as the tourists won their opening one-day international with ease at Trent Bridge yesterday.The victory by eight wickets, and with 9.5 overs remaining, came after the hosts were all out for 268 with a ball to spare on a sunny afternoon in Nottingham.Sharma, who was dropped on 92, sealed his 18th century from 181 ODIs with a six before taking his tally to 137 not out.Captain Virat Kohli contributed 75 before being stumped by the quick-thinking Jos Buttler, ending a 167-run partnership and leaving India at 226-2, but the necessary 43 were found without difficulty.Left-arm wrist-spinner Kuldeep had earlier ripped through the hosts’ top order with three wickets in the space of 10 balls and completed his 10-over stint with figures of 6-25.The performance was the best by a spin bowler against England in one-day cricket. The 23-year-old left-arm spinner also conceded no boundaries on a slow, dry pitch. England, the world’s top ODI side who had started brightly after second-ranked India won the toss and opted to bowl, were 71-0 after the opening 10 overs, when Kuldeep was handed the ball.Jason Roy (38) was first to fall, with Joe Root (3) and Jonny Bairstow (38) both following lbw as the spinner weaved his magic.SHAKY ENGLANDEngland looked shaky at 105-4, after captain Eoin Morgan was caught by Suresh Raina off Yuzvendra Chahal, but Buttler (53) and Ben Stokes (50) restored some calm with half-centuries before Kuldeep struck again.Stokes’s 50 was painfully slow, coming off 102 balls and with only two fours.He was caught on his 103rd ball, a reverse sweep plucked out of the air by the diving Siddarth Kaul to take Kuldeep to 5-23. Buttler, caught down the leg side by MS Dhoni after reaching his 50 from 45 balls, had been Kuldeep’s fourth. The spinner, who also dismantled England during the recent Twenty20 series that India won 2-1, wrapped up by taking David Willey with his last ball, caught by Lokesh Rahul. Former England captain Nasser Hussain felt sympathy for his compatriots.“One thing that’s for certain is that England need to find a method to deal with him,” he told Sky Sports television of Kuldeep.“If they carry on playing him like this, he’ll be playing in the Test series too because he’s all over Root and Bairstow in particular.”The second of the three-match ODI series is at Lord’s tomorrow. The five-Test series starts on August 1. ENGLAND 1st inningsJason Roy c Umesh Yadav b Kuldeep Yadav 38Jonny Bairstow lbw Kuldeep Yadav 38Joe Root lbw Kuldeep Yadav 3Eoin Morgan c Suresh Raina b Yuzvendra Chahal 19Ben Stokes c Siddarth Kaul b Kuldeep Yadav 50Jos Buttler c MS Dhoni b Kuldeep Yadav 53Moeen Ali c Virat Kohli b Umesh Yadav 24David Willey c Lokesh Rahul b Kuldeep Yadav 1Adil Rashid c Hardik Pandya b Umesh Yadav 22Liam Plunkett run out Suresh Raina 10Extras: (lb-5, w-5) 10Total: (all out, 49.5 overs) 268Fall of wickets: 1-73, 2-81, 3-82, 4-105, 5-198, 6-214, 7-216, 8-245, 9-261Bowling: Umesh Yadav 9.5–0-70-2, (w-2), Siddarth Kaul 10-0-62-0, Yuzvendra Chahal 10-0-51-1, Hardik Pandya 7-0-47-0 (w-2), Kuldeep Yadav 10-0-25-6.INDIA 1st inningsRohit Sharma not out 137Shikhar Dhawan c Adil Rashid b Moeen Ali 40Virat Kohli stp. Jos Buttler b Adil Rashid 75Lokesh Rahul not out 9Extras: (w-8) 8Total: (40.1 overs) 269-2Fall of wickets: 1-59, 2-226.Bowling: Mark Wood 6-0-55-0 (w-1), David Willey 5-0-25-0, Moeen Ali 8.1-0-60-1 (w-1), Liam Plunkett 6-0-31-0, Ben Stokes 4-0-27-0-5 (w-1), Adil Rashid 10-0-62-1, Joe Root 1-0-9-0 (w-1)..
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Guyana Amazon Warriors (GAW) extended their undefeated streak to 10 following their eight-wicket win over Trinbago Knight Riders (TKR) last night at Providence to close off the group stage of the 2019 HERO Caribbean Premier League (CPL). TKR were invited to bat and contained to 143-5 from their 20 overs mainly due to three early wickets by left-arm spinner, Chandrapaul Hemraj who ended with 3-15.In reply, Warriors had a slight scare when the rains came and stopped play for 50 minutes with the score 59-3, at which point if the match been called off, it would have been deemed a tie.
The rebuilding Orioles always seemed likely to keep Rule 5 infielders Richie Martin and Drew Jackson on their 25-man roster, but the release of veteran infielder Alcides Escobar further cements those plans.The former Kansas City shortstop and 2015 All-Star selection was granted his unconditional release on Wednesday after batting just .219 in 38 plate appearances in the Grapefruit League. Escobar signed a minor-league deal with Baltimore in mid-February and was viewed as an insurance policy in case Martin or Jackson — neither of whom have played above the Double-A level — were overwhelmed by spring competition.With Escobar’s departure, Martin, 24, becomes the clear favorite to be the Opening Day shortstop and entered Wednesday batting .270 with four extra-base hits, four runs batted in, and a .747 on-base plus slugging percentage. Meanwhile, the 25-year-old Jackson has played all over the diamond and is on track to serve as a utility player and entered Wednesday’s action hitting .333 with a home run, six RBIs, and a .798 OPS.Escobar, 32, posted a .593 OPS and was worth minus-0.7 wins above replacement in 140 games for the Royals last season.With Wednesday’s transaction, the Orioles have 38 players remaining in major league camp.