Vork gly and battles. We have to go back to…

first_imgWhen he had to answer newspaper questions at the table, he grabbed his forehead or tugged at his ear. He didn’t even get involved in the viviv analysis: we could advance to the second round. That obviously didn’t work out for us. They didn’t slow down, and it took us off.But we knew it wouldn’t be easy, it’s always on the edge with their season.The Sri Lanka between the Flyers and the Canadiens is tremendously balanced, waving badly on which glman will show great performance.Just take it, in thle sri catchy goal of letonho play off. Of those who catch regularly, they have the best salt. Carter Hart of Flyers dr jumped 94.4 percent after seven passes, his counterpart Carey Price at 94.3 percent after nine passes.Tm sp vynik Vorkv vkon.20. august 2020 at 12:00, pspvek archivovn: 20. august 2020 at 15:29He wrote down all your points in the pesil games. At the 23rd minute, he passed Price from the right circle with an unedited stele, and three minutes later he repeated it from the same town. With the difference that you first swallowed the puck and sent it to Brno on ice.In the 41st minute, he chose a stele shot from the right circle for the throwing place. Joel Farabee used a 3: 3 equalizer here.The rest of the bag belonged to the worried Canadiens, who tried hard not to let the season end.The flyers made it clear again, and don’t jump too hard to lose under the sirens.When Montreal’s Phillip Danault scored five gl into the empty field, the frustrated Vork’s teammate Sean Couturier beat Artturi Lehkonen to the ice after a shot. And tore down the melu.Montreal captain Shea Weber was also here, but he hung up on his neck by jumping for the first 31 years of the Czech Tonk. Vorek was given ten penalty minutes for that.This was definitely the most important thing about physics. We have to go and confirm. But look, this is a playoff and we’re ready for something like this, Vorek said.The twist of the fight and the step that started it:20. august 2020 at 4:49, pspvek archivovn: 20. august 2020 at 15:31last_img read more

Irish Show Jumping team finish fourth in Mercedes-Benz Nations Cup at Aachen in Germany

first_imgHome  »  General  »  Irish Show Jumping team finish fourth in Mercedes-Benz Nations Cup at Aachen in Germany Irish Show Jumping team finish fourth in Mercedes-Benz Nations Cup at Aachen in Germany 18 July 2019, 21:49 Tags: Rodrigo Pessoa’s Irish Show Jumping team of Shane Sweetnam, Peter Moloney, Darragh Kenny and Cian O’Connor, have finished fourth in tonight’s (Thursday) Mercedes-Benz Nations Cup at Aachen in Germany where Sweden spoiled to home party by taking victory ahead of hosts Germany who had to settle for runner-up spot.Cork’s Shane Sweetnam and the Spy Coast Farm-owned Chaqui Z were first in for Ireland in the opening round and finished with four faults. Waterford’s Peter Moloney, who was making his Aachen Nations Cup debut with Chianti’s Champion, owned by Team Harmony, produced a brilliant clear round as second to go for Pessoa’s team. Offaly’s Darragh Kenny was the discard score in the first round with Important De Muze, owned by Kerry Anne LLC when they finished with 8 faults.Ireland’s anchor rider, Meath’s Cian O’Connor with the Ronnoco Jump-owned mare Irenice Horta, delivered a vital clear round to leave Ireland in a share of the lead at the halfway stage – among a group of five teams who were on a score of four faults.Sweetnam got Ireland off to a perfect start in round two when jumping a clear round. Moloney came home with four faults second time out and when Kenny then also finished with four faults, Sweden moved into the outright lead. The home team from Germany, who had been lying in sixth place at the halfway stage, climbed the leaderboard with their first three riders all jumping clear in the second round -meaning they would finish on a final score of five faults.Sweden would take victory if their last rider Peder Fredricson could jump clear and the reigning European champion showed his class –  jumping a perfect clear round to leave Sweden as winners on a final score of four faults. Germany finished as runners-up on five faults ahead of France in third on eight with Ireland finishing fourth on 12 faults when Cian O’Connor opted not to jump in the second round.USA finished fifth with Netherlands sixth, Belgium seventh and Switzerland eighth.Aachen was not part of the Longines FEI Nations Cup series with Ireland set for their next outing in Europe Division 1 at Hickstead in Britain next Friday July 26th.Earlier today the Irish Dressage team of Anna Merveldt, Heike Holstein and Judy Reynolds, finished sixth in the opening competition of the Aachen Dressage Nations Cup. Germany hold the lead ahead of the deciding Grand Prix Special which takes place on Saturday. The Irish Eventing team, managed by Sally Corscadden, start the Aachen Eventing Nations Cup tomorrow Friday.The Irish Show Jumping team is sponsored by Devenish and The Underwriting ExchangeEquiline – Official athlete clothing supplier of Team Ireland Equestrianlast_img read more