Mariya Dondonyan | Daily TrojanAlumni from the class of 1989 gather in front of Doheny Library on Saturday for a homecoming tailgate before the football game against the University of Colorado, Boulder. Alumni Park was sectioned off for the day for alumni from different graduating classes to participate in homecoming festivities.
The Premier County had twelve points to spare against the Déise men in last night’s opening round game at Semple Stadium running out 2-16 to 1-7.Tipp’s goals came from Jack Delahunty and sub Brendan Martin.After defeat to Kerry in last year’s semi-final, manager Charlie McGeever says there’s an expectation within the team that they can go on to reach the decider this time around. Elsewhere, defending champions Kerry beat Clare by 14 points to 3 in Tralee and will now face Cork in the semi-finals.The Rebels were 2-15 to 2-7 winners over Limerick.Limerick face Waterford in Necastlewest next Wednesday, for the right to take on Clare in the second play-off with the winners of that facing Tipp
PIC. 17. WHEELCHAIR TENNIS PLAYERS IDOWU AJANI (L) AND MUSBAU SHITTU PREPARING FOR THE FOURTH COMING WHEELCHAIR TENNIS WORLD TEAM CUP IN LAGOS ON FRIDAY (19/4/13). Alex Adewale and Kafayat Omisore emerged champions of the men’s and women’s singles of the Puma ITF Wheelchair Tennis Futures in Abuja over the weekend.The winning outing marked a glorious return of Nigeria to the international stage after a few years of absence due to financial challenges.Adewale, a London 2012 Paralympian defeated Kenyan top seed, Peter Naveh 6-1, 6-0 while Omisore also got the better of Jane Ndenga of Kenya 6-3, 7-6 (3). Prior to the final on Saturday at the National Tennis Centre, Package B, National Stadium, Abuja, Adewale had paired two-time Paralympian Wasiu Yusuf to claim the doubles title at the expense of Kenyan duo of Peter Naveh and Collins Omonde while Omisore also teamed up with Kemi Oluwasegun to beat Ndenga, who paired Nigerian Foluke Shodehinde, to clinch the women’s doubles crown of the $3, 000 prize-money event.Former NTF President, Sani Ndanusa, who facilitated the tournament and also footed the bills of the players, pledged to ensure that Nigeria consolidates on the success recorded in the tournament stressing that the resounding success ensured Nigeria reclaimed its status as a leading force in the sport in Africa.He hinted that the players would be motivated to ensure they put up a similar display at the African Championship billed for Accra Ghana in February 2019.The Nigerian team was represented by 10 male and 5 female players with all but Adewale and Yusuf, making their debut in international tournament.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
The seventh International Football Tour ” Piksi Cup Jahorina” will be held from 22nd to 25th August in Jahorina.The tournament will be attended by 184 teams with about 1.000 young football players from Macedonia, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Romania.(Source: Fena)