Ginebra halts NLEX’s unbeaten run

first_img787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano Indian national gunned down in Camarines Sur “It was awesome to win in front of the Pangasinan fans. Their hospitality certainly made the trip enjoyable,” said head coach Tim Cone in a tweet.The Road Warriors, meanwhile, dropped to 4-1 behind undefeated Star and Meralco, who both have 3-0 cards.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’Still moving the ball well, Ginebra led by as much as 22 points, 100-78, in the payoff period with Joe Devance leading the way with 23 points.Justin Brownlee also had solid numbers with 22 points, 13 boards and six assists while LA Tenorio, who teamed up with Devance in the decisive second-half run, added 17 points and seven dimes. MOST READ LeBron James scores 31 points, Lakers beat Rockets PBA IMAGESBarangay Ginebra dealt NLEX its first loss of the 2017 PBA Governors’ Cup with a 110-97 victory Saturday night at Calasiao Sports Complex in Pangasinan.The Kings broke away from a two-point half time lead with a 36-point third quarter blast en route to their third win against a loss.ADVERTISEMENT Ginebra had 32 assists, just nine shy of last game’s output, as Scottie Thompson contributed 11 on top of his five points.NLEX leaned on Aaron Fuller, who finished with 20 points and 17 rebounds, in the losing effort. Celest Flores-ColinaThe scores:GINEBRA 110 – Devance 23, Brownlee 22, Tenorio 17, Aguilar 10, Slaughter 10, Caguioa 8, Taha 6, Thompson 5, Ferrer 3, Cruz 3, Ellis 3, Marcelo 0, Mariano 0.NLEX 97 – Fuller 20, Quinahan 12, Fonacier 11, Alas 10, Al-Hussaini 10, Mallari 10, Lastimosa 9, Tiongson 6, Rios 4, J. Villanueva 3, Monfort 2, Taulava 0, Soyud 0, Baracael 0.ADVERTISEMENT McGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC return Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson LATEST STORIES Quarters: 26-24, 50-48, 86-71, 110-97.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend Valdez-less Creamline survives Bali, nears finals Kawhi Leonard, Clippers rally to beat Pelicans ‘I’m out!’: PewDiePie releases last video before taking break from YouTube View comments Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’last_img read more

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Lee, Magnolia brace for mighty Beermen

first_imgLATEST STORIES Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Lee is confident that that chemistry will help them in this match up.“We were a new team with new teammates and a new coach, and it wasn’t easy for us before we got here. And now that we’ve gotten through the semis, it’s our chemistry where we will bank on,” he said.As tough as the challenge is, Lee knows Magnolia could give San Miguel a run for its money if it tries hard enough.“We’ll try. It’s tough, but we’ll prepare as hard as we could and give our best,” he said.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ “If you’ll look at it, it’s really hard to beat San Miguel. The way they play, they have a strong starting five, and now, even their bench contributes. So I really don’t know how we’ll do it,” he said.It doesn’t mean, though, that the Hotshots will just roll over and die as Lee expects the Hotshots to be on the top of their game when the best-of-seven championship series begins.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk“I hope we could get one or two wins against them, or even four. We’ll see what will happen and we’re really going to prepare for them.” he said.San Miguel should know better not to discount Magnolia, which has a good blend of young guns and veterans, who have been in this position before as a part of the 2014 Grand Slam squad. Cabuyao City rising above the ashes through volunteerism View comments Recto seeks to establish Taal rehab body to aid community, eruption victims In Liverpool, Man United sees the pain and path to recovery Paul Lee. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netPaul Lee is aware of the enormity Magnolia’s task ahead as they begin their 2018 PBA Philippine Cup Finals series against mighty San Miguel on Friday.In fact, barely an hour after clinching the finals berth on Tuesday, Lee couldn’t figure out how exactly the Hotshots are going to stop the Beermen.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Bad game in NLEX’s semis exit like ‘deep cut’ for Kiefer Ravena Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Scarlett Johansson, Sterling K. Brown among SAG Awards presenters Conor McGregor seeks to emerge from controversy in UFC comebacklast_img read more

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‘I Have No Regret’

first_imgLFA president Musa Bility has said that he has no regret following the confirmation by the Court for Arbitration for Sports (CAS) confirmed his earlier rejection by the FIFA Ad-Hoc Elections Committee.At the end of year press conference at the offices of the Liberia Football Association in Monrovia last Saturday, Bility said despite his rejection, he is satisfied that FIFA has finally decided to remove the portion that dealt with ‘checking integrity’ for FIFA presidential candidates from the updated FIFA Statues.“The law used to disqualify me is scrapped from the new FIFA statues,” Bility said triumphantly, “though I am denied to contest the election, my advocacy has paid off.”He said it was a law used to abuse power and with its removal, “It gives me solace that FIFA finally recognized that it should not be there at all.”Bility said he is ever determined to advocate for things that will bring improvement in the global football.“The Executive Committee of the LFA will deliberate and come up with what can help the improvement of the game,” he said. “It has to do with term limit for officials.”He re-echoed an earlier statement that history of the world is replete with grander tales of personal sacrifices, including ‘punishments’ in the advocacy of change.In the wake of that, Bility answered to a question that the result of his denial and the eventual change that has come to FIFA gives him a great deal of hope. He refuted a suggestion that he might have been denied due to being an African.He called on Liberians not to be deterred with his experience and must venture into leadership in global organizations to show their worth.Commends GOLBility commended the Liberian government for its support in the last soccer year.“I also want to thank the players, Coach James Debbah, deputy Kelvin Sebwe and the rest of the technical team for exhibiting a greater amount of leadership that added to the modest gain of the national team,” he said.National LeagueHe stated that the 2016 national soccer league will begin on 23 January and noted that the Club Licensing System, embarked on by the LFA is a serious venture to improve the game.He explained that at least three teams, NPA, IE and Monrovia Breweries could not qualify by the standard of the Club Licensing System and as a result they were dropped from participating in the forthcoming league, “and once they meet the requirement in the future they may participate in the league.”Bility said club owners must demonstrate their seriousness to follow rules and statutes to improve the game and his administration will not allow those who are not prepared to disrupt the progress of the league.“Twenty years ago,” he said, “there were no clubs like LISCR, BYC, Fassell and Nimba United but today they are some of the leading clubs in the country.”He said lack of organization and support has dissolved teams like Great Bame, Fulani, and Black Star. “These were among some of the best clubs twenty years ago and where are they now?”He said the Club Licensing System predates his administration and therefore to improve the game means clubs that are not prepared to follow LFA statues must give way to those who are able.Emmanuel Deah (SG)He regretted the untimely death of former Secretary General B. Alphonso Armah and said acting Secretary General Mr. Emmanuel Deah has done tremendously well that his name is being proposed to the Executive Committee of the LFA to get confirmation for the position.“This is to cherish the memory of the late Armah by continuing to do what is necessary for the improvement of the game,” he said.New Technical CenterBility announced that the LFA is planning a tour of its new Technical Center after an 8-week turf is laid with sports journalists.“This center will afford the national team uninterrupted training and we look forward to much bigger competitions for the national team,” he said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Taxpayers face huge burden of maintaining prisoners

first_img…over $300,000 spent on 1 prisoner each year – Minister Public Security Minister, Khemraj Ramjattan recently announced that costs associated with maintaining one prisoner per year exceeds $300,000, which places a burden on the Ministry.The Minister was at the time addressing the state of the local prisons, which he stated are overcrowded.Lusignan Prison’s holding facilityRamjattan alluded to a report compiled back in 2017, when the Camp Street Prison was burnt to the ground, which concluded that the overpopulation of the prisons creates its own disasters, costing the Government even more money.According to him, the cost of maintaining prisoners is a huge burden which can be eased should treatment be available to offenders rather than having them incarcerated.“At the last budget debate I did ask the question because it was asked of me what is the cost of feeding, housing and in a sense, clothing the prisoner for the period that they’re in there and the average cost comes up to something over $380,000,” he informed.He later said that he feels he was being very conservative in the figures he called as the monies may very well exceed this amount.As Government explores its options to reduce the high costs associated with maintaining prisoners, it was revealed that a Drug Treatment Court is one measure that may very well aid in helping the Government achieve its goals.The new system will provide rehabilitative services to offenders rather than have them incarcerated for long periods.Ramjattan recently said that this initiative is likely to come on stream soon, especially since training for stakeholders has begun.On Wednesday, a two-day workshop kicked off for Magistrates and even psychologists among others who will be handling these matters.The Public Security Minister had noted, “We do not want necessarily to jail our juveniles and to make this a jailhouse nation, we want to have alternatives, we want to have diversionary measures and I see this Drug Treatment Court as an aspect of that”.In addition, President David Granger had assured that Government will soon present the legislation for non-custodial sentences.“We have taken a decision in principle that custodial sentences for the possession of small amounts of marijuana for personal use would be legally abolished. After the National Assembly comes off of recess, we could look forward to that legislation being passed,” the Head of State told reporters back in September last year.last_img read more

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Sai Baba’s birth remembered

first_imgSwami Sathya Sai Baba’s life achievements and teachings were celebrated on Friday as devotees commemorated his birth anniversary with a special service at the Prema Nilayam Centre on Laluni Street, Queenstown.Over 200 persons graced the occasion where an illustration of his accomplishments was presented.The evening commenced with a singing of universal — after which there was a presentation on the life of the religious leader.Sai Baba or Sathyanarayana Raju was born on November 23, 1926, and was an Indian guru, a spiritual leader and philanthropist who is the reincarnation of Sai Baba of Shirdi.According to one of the attendees, this ceremony was important as it remembered Sai Baba for his teachings which are very much needed in this time of society.The hospitals, educational institutes and other organisations which he established continue to operate to the benefit of people around the world. He would have also assisted in the provision of potable water to several communities in India where these services were lacking.Volunteers of the Sai centers in Guyana are involved in a large number of social services and humanitarian programmes.Among the programmes conducted in Guyana are the building of homes for needy families; uterine fibroid surgeries in collaboration with the Public Health Ministry and weekly feeding programmes for the destitute and homeless.The organisation’s members come from all faiths and share a common goal: to reach the ultimate goal of realisation of their innate divinity by practising the teachings of love and service taught by their spiritual teacher, Sathya Sai Baba.last_img read more

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College gears up to start projects

first_imgLANCASTER – An expansion of sports fields and renovation of Marauder Stadium are among the projects funded by a $139 million bond that will break ground this year at Antelope Valley College. The college will see the start of an expansion of its west campus and the beginning of work on a new maintenance and operations building as among the other major early uses of the money from Measure R, a bond approved by Antelope Valley residents in 2004. “We been doing a lot of planning work,” said Doug Jensen, the college’s director of planning and campus development. “We will see a lot of that planning come to fruition in the next nine months.” The expansion of the athletic fields is slated to begin in June followed by renovation work on the stadium in November, after the college’s last home football game. The west campus expansion, estimated at $29.9 million, is slated to be completed in July 2009. The combination of renovation and expansion projects will turn the west campus into an athletics complex that AVC officials say will be among the best in the community college system. The work will involve a major renovation of the college’s aging Marauder Stadium to bring it up to safety and Americans with Disabilities Act standards; a renovation of the softball field; the addition of a 300-seat baseball stadium; the addition of football and soccer practice fields; the addition of a “throws” field for track and field events; and the addition of a parking lot. An east-west concourse is planned to run between the stadiums, providing access for spectators and providing a connection to the rest of the college. The work will also include a roadway running north from Avenue K along the western side the athletics fields and a trail around the practices fields for walkers and joggers. The college is in discussions with the city about a possible joint use agreement that would allow the fields to be used for city programs when not in use by the college, said AVC president Jackie Fisher. “We’re going to make it more community friendly,” Fisher said. Construction on the new, $11.78 million maintenance and operations building is scheduled to begin in mid-October and be finished a year later. The existing maintenance and agricultural facilities are in the way of the new health-science building. The $139 million Measure R is funding construction aimed at updating the Lancaster campus, which has several buildings more than 40 years old, and will start the initial development of a Palmdale campus off Barrel Springs Road in southeast Palmdale. The overhaul is needed, college officials said, to accommodate enrollment expected nearly to double to more than 23,000 students by the year 2015. At the Lancaster campus, the construction funded by Measure R will provide 127,436 square feet of lab space and 30,817 square feet of lecture room space for students and 82,767 square feet of office and support space. The projects will provide room to accommodate more than 9,000 full-time students. The additional attendance will provide $39 million in revenue. AVC officials are also working on plans for a Palmdale campus they want to establish on 70 acres near 37th Street East and Avenue V. The campus is part of a 540-acre master-planned community planned by homebuilding giant DR Horton. The Palmdale campus will initially handle about 1,200 students, but will grow to eventually accommodate 10,000 students. The big dollar item for the Lancaster campus is a $52.8 million project to build a 92,240-square-foot health and science building. The building, which will house 37 labs and classrooms, is slated for completion in 2011. Another major project is a $26.5 million, 400-seat theater that can double as a lecture hall. The project has tentative start date of August 2008 and a completion date of July 2010. A significant piece of the bond will go towards vital, but unglamorous infrastructure improvements. Those improvements include new storm drains and sewer and water lines, estimated at $7.2 million; chilled water and gas lines, estimated at $10 million; electrical improvements estimated at $9.7 million; and technology backbone improvements, such as phone and data lines estimated at $2.8 million. No schedule for those improvements has been set yet. james.skeen@dailynews (661) 267-5743160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Taking the safe route

first_imgThose problems followed his back trouble in 2004. After hitting 29 home runs in 2003 with 116 RBIs, Anderson has not reached the 20-homer, 100-RBI plateaus since. Over the past three seasons he has averaged 16 home runs and 85 RBIs. After batting .309 in April last season, Anderson tailed off to bat .241 in May and then .224 in June. He rebounded in the final three months to bat .302 after the All-Star break. While his home home run totals were up in the second half when he hit 10, he had just 38 RBIs compared to 47 before the All-Star game. Vladimir Guerrero, who played with sore knees most of last season, does not have any running restrictions. He took part in base-running drills Friday and hit some mammoth home runs while taking batting practice on the stadium field. Scioscia’s plan is to use the designated-hitter role as a way of getting Anderson and Guerrero off their feet more often. “I think Garret is one of the guys that needs his work and needs to get ready, but also you have to balance it with some of the things that flared up on him over the last couple of years and we’re going to monitor that very closely,” Scioscia said. Hamstring and knee issues also have arisen in recent seasons, so if there is a way for Anderson to take it easy on his legs the Angels will do it. “I don’t think anybody wants to DH at all,” Scioscia said. “I think these guys take pride in playing the field. They feel good that they can contribute on both ends, but they also understand the need at times (to take) a preventative day to DH.” If Anderson sees more time at designated hitter, that could open up more playing time in left field for Robb Quinlan, who also is in the mix for the open job at first base. “Obviously it’s probably easier to settle in at one position, but I know I have to be ready to play maybe a couple of different positions,” said Quinlan, who did not target his winter preparation to any one position. “If you’re in that role you really have to have that attitude to be ready to play every day, which means you have to get in your extra work. “It definitely can be tough.” Scioscia was impressed with a throwing session by Ervin Santana, who has been working on “tightening up” his slider. Last year, Santana’s slider had a tendency to break more like a curveball. “It had a lot of depth and it was big and I think that still can be effective,” Scioscia said of Santana’s slider last season. “But what he wants to do with a slider is get hard to the zone and then get out of the zone or under a bat. It would roll at times and hang a little bit.” Reggie Willits said he is nearly at full strength after wearing a cast on his right wrist for six weeks this off-season. Willits had designs on playing winter ball but felt a pop in his wrist while lifting weights less than a week after the 2006 season ended. An MRI in October was negative for any ligament or tendon damage and another one closer to spring training also was negative. Willits said the wrist, which also gave him trouble two years ago, should not hinder him as he battles Tommy Murphy and Nick Gorneault for a possible roster spot. What little discomfort there is comes when Willits bats left-handed. doug.padilla@sgvn.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2731 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img TEMPE, Ariz. – The Angels are keenly aware it was here in the desert a year ago when Garret Anderson’s foot troubles began, so extra precautions will be made this spring. Anderson, according to manager Mike Scioscia, is feeling great and is healed from the effects of plantar fasciitis that plagued him all last season. But Anderson was held out of base-running drills Saturday. last_img read more

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Mesa Grande’s falls in semis

first_imgSan Luis Obispo Mission Prep ended visiting Mesa Grande Academy’s record-setting season Saturday night with a 44-22 victory in the DivisionV CIF-State girls basketball Southern California Regional semifinals. Sophomore Megan Williams had eight points and 12 rebounds for the Cardinals (26-7), who had the most wins in school history. Junior Carla Bartlett added six points and seven rebounds. Mission Prep dominated from the start and led 21-9 at the half. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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New highway webcam in Dawson Creek area

first_imgWest: http://images.drivebc.ca/bchighwaycam/pub/html/dbc/472.htmlThe cam was launched August 6, and is the first in the Dawson Creek area. “DriveBC webcams are a great tool that drivers can use to plan their route and check weather and road conditions before leaving home,” says Peace River South MLA Mike Bernier. “By knowing what road conditions are like ahead of time, drivers can take the necessary precautions, especially when conditions are less than ideal.”The camera has four different views – north, south, east, and west – which can now be seen online at the following links:North: http://images.drivebc.ca/bchighwaycam/pub/html/dbc/471.html- Advertisement -South: http://images.drivebc.ca/bchighwaycam/pub/html/dbc/475.htmlEast: http://images.drivebc.ca/bchighwaycam/pub/html/dbc/473.htmlAdvertisementlast_img read more

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Rayon slows down Gor’s Confed Cup march

first_imgWith the result, Rayon move to six points, two behind Gor and will need to beat Tanzania’s Yanga by a big margin in their final group match and hope Gor lose away to USM. If Gor pick a point at USM and Rayon beat Yanga in Kigali by a margin of less than four goals, then Gor will be through.Gor came into the tie needing just a point to qualify for their first ever quarter final but it wasn’t just their day as Rayon travelled in hungrier to win.Gor were stunned at home just two minutes into the tie when Bonfilscaleb Bimenyimana struck the opener with a neat connection inside the six yard box connecting to a Djabel Manishimwe cross from the right.Gor Mahia midfielder Humphrey Mieno vies for the ball with Rayon Sport left back Eric Rutanga in a CAF Confederations Cup tie at the Kasarani Stadium on August 19, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluManishimwe had managed to skip past Wellington Ochieng before looking up and citing the run of his teammate before sliding in a low cross.Gor were exposed on the right side of defense with Ochieng yet to hit peak match fitness after returning from injury less than a month ago.He had been slotted on the right side of defense with head coach Dylan Kerr switching Philemon Otieno to left back in the absence of want-away Godfrey Walusimbi.But despite going down, Gor kept their search on and in the sixth minute, Kahata had an opportunity with a freekick from the right side but he curled it just over.Rayon were threatening with their pace and trying to take advantage of the Gor backline’s lack of it.Bimenyimana almost struck a second on the quarter hour mark when he rushed on to a long ball from keeper Abouba Bashunga, but Gor keeper Shabaan Odhoji was off his line to block though on collision with the lanky forward.The danger man once again came to the fore of a Rayon attack in the 18th minute when he was sent through by Francois Mugisha, but his execution after shouldering away Joash Onyango let him down as he shot wide.Gor Mahia forward Francis Mustafa celebrates with Jacques Tuyisenge after scoring against Rayon Sport in a CAF Confederations Cup tie at the Kasarani Stadium on August 19, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluGor did themselves a world of favor getting back on level terms after 23 minutes when Mustafa shielded away a challenge from Abdoul Rwatubyaye before gliding into the box from a Jack Tuyisenge through pass and sliding a low shot past Bashunga.The sizeable crowd at the Moi Sports Centre Kasarani burst into celebration and the noise levels reached deafening crescendo as Gor put themselves right back in chance to make history.The goal seemed to have awoken Gor’s fight as they played better, passed better and created spaces to run in.But, the weak defense line was almost exposed again when Ange Mutsinzi picked up a cross that fizzled across the face of goal from the right but his shot was blocked by Onyango before keeper Odhoji picked up.Gor continued to pile the pressure upfront, looking for that second goal that would inject some adrenaline in their feet. Four minutes to the break, Kahata came close with a header off a Goerge Odhiambo cross but it sailed straight to Bashunga.After the break, Gor started brighter but were stunned 10 minutes in when Rutanga struck a curling freekick from the right, dipping at the back post with keeper Odhoji well beaten.The Stadium was stunned to silence.Rayon Sport defender Abdoul Rwatubyaye stretches out to tackle Gor Mahia’s Mustafa Francis in a CAF Confederations Cup tie at the Kasarani Stadium on August 19, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluThe tide of confidence now swung Rayon’s way as the Rwandese champions dictated the tempo and created more of the chances.In the 58th minute, the visitors almost scored the third when Bimenyimana swung in a header from a Mutsinzi cross, but Odhoji produced a fine save to pick the ball from the top right corner.Kerr rung in the changes, Ochieng brought off from his nightmare evening at right back and in came Lawrence Juma. The change saw a tilt in formation as Gor went three at the back in search of a goal.Samuel Onyango was brought in for Mustafa and was taked with running down the entire right flank in the new formation.Gor kept piling the pressure and would have won the game in added time but Mieno’s shot from inside the box was blocked on the line.0Shares0000(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Gor Mahia striker Francis Mustafa vies for the ball against Rayon Sport’s Abdul Rwatubyaye in a CAF Confederations Cup match at the Kasarani Stadium on August 19, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 19 – Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia find themselves in a tricky situation in their hope of qualifying for the quarter finals of the CAF Confederations Cup for the first time ever after losing 2-1 at home to Rayon Sport of Rwanda on Sunday night at Kasarani.Eric Rutanga’s sublime freekick in the 55th minute proved the winner as Gor quickly moved from qualification favorites to needing maximum points at all costs in their final game away to USM Alger to progress.last_img read more

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