Racing cancelled in Tipperary tomorrow

first_imgBetween Saturday night and Sunday morning over 17 millimetres of rain fell resulting in the postponement of the meeting.A date for the rescheduled meeting has yet to be announced.last_img

The Cardinals out-Mets’d the Mets with game-ending blunder

first_imgMORE: Watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZNMets closer Edwin Diaz entered the game in the ninth inning looking to record his 15th save of the season with his team up by two runs. After Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina singled home Paul DeJong with two outs to make it a one-run game, St. Louis opted to pinch-run for the not-so-swift-of-foot Molina. The only problem was that the Cardinals had just backup catcher/potential pinch hitter Matt Wieters available on the bench, so Jack Flaherty, their No. 2 starting pitcher, came in to run. St. Louis’ next batter, Kolten Wong, dropped a blooper into shallow right field between a lunging Michael Conforto and a sprinting Jeff McNeil, sending Flaherty barreling toward home from first. McNeil tossed the ball to a waiting Mets catcher Wilson Ramos, who casually caught it with enough time to stand up and tag out a stumbling Flaherty, who began losing his footing after rounding third. Squirrel saves the day! #MetsWin— New York Mets (@Mets) June 16, 2019Diaz flashed a giant smile, knowing the Cardinals had just out-Mets’d the Mets.In similar Mets fashion, plate umpire Brian O’Nora had to leave the game early after taking a pitch to the groin area. After trying to tough out the next few pitches, O’Nora was seen vomiting as he made his way through the Mets’ dugout.The Cardinals and Mets are in a delay. Home-plate umpire Brian O’Nora just ran off the field, seemingly vomiting.— Tim Healey (@timbhealey) June 16, 2019The Mets improved to 34-36 on the season. The Cardinals fell to 35-34. It’s not too hard to imagine a Mets game being decided by a baserunning blunder. It is the Mets, after all.Only on Saturday night, the Amazin’s were the beneficiary of a questionable decision on the basepaths in their 8-7 win over the Cardinals.last_img read more

‘His quick feet and distribution would suit Liverpool’s style of play’

first_img Marco Sportiello in action for Atalanta Simon Mignolet’s spot as Liverpool No.1 looks under threat on a week-to-week basis, and the Belgian’s position at Anfield could get worse this summer.The Reds have been linked with Atalanta star Marco Sportiello, and talkSPORT’s Transfer Spotlight takes a look at the young shot-stopper…Name: Marco SportielloDate of birth: 10, May 1992Birthplace: Desio, ItalyPosition: GoalkeeperClub: AtalantaWhat’s the latest?Liverpool have been linked with a move for a goalkeeper this summer, with Simon Mignolet failing to impress, following his switch from Sunderland in 2013. Pepe Reina and Petr Cech are just two of the names being linked with the Anfield club, while Marco Sportiello is also on the Reds’ radar. The 22-year-old has been in impressive form for Atalanta this season, and his performances have also attracted the attentions of Inter and AC Milan.Did you know?1) Sportiello has forced his way past Giorgio Frezzolini and Vlada Avramov to be the Atalanta No.1 goalkeeper.2) Such is the interest in the goalie that Atalanta have extended the 22-year-old’s contract until 2019.3) His quick feet and distribution would suit Brendan Rodgers’ style of play.4) Sportiello was born in Desio, the birthplace of Sunderland, and former Arsenal goalkeeper, Vito Mannone.5) There is a website devoted to dreadful jokes about Sportiello including, ‘Q: What does Marco Sportiello and a bad magician have in common? A: Both cannot do hat tricks’. More can be viewed here6) Sportiello has spent much of his early years playing on dual contracts and loans at lower league sides in Italy. He’s already represented Seregno, Poggibonsi and Carpi.7) Liverpool may struggle to convince Sportiello to join the Premier League side though if AC Milan enter the bidding. The youngster was a huge fan of the Serie A side during his youth and idolised Sebastiano Rossi and Christian Abbiati.Video evidence 1last_img read more