IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 Yukari Baba shot a 68 and moved into a tie for second alongside South Korean Kang Yeo Jin, who had a 70.Two shots further adrift in fourth were Chie Arimura, who fired a tournament record 65, Shinobu Moromizato (66) and Miki Saiki (67).Fukushima made three straight bogeys after parring her first hole but recovered superbly to pick up four consecutive shots from the fifth, where she turned a corner with a 40-foot birdie putt.The Yokohama native, who has won 23 JLPGA Tour title, carried the momentum over to the back nine and added birdies on Nos. 10 and 13 before making a bogey-birdie finish to remain in pole position going into Sunday’s final round.“My body felt heavy in the morning so I thought I would take things easy but my game wouldn’t come together at all,” said Fukushima.“I knew that was no good so once I started swinging properly, and pushing myself hard, things got better so I am pleased.”Elsewhere, last season’s money title winner Sakura Yokomine and Miho Koga were in a seven-way tie for 18th while South Korea Lee Ji Hee’s hopes of winning for the second week in a row dimmed after closing at 2 under in a tie for 32nd. Taniguchi takes leadKYOTANABE, Kyoto Pref. (Kyodo) Takuya Taniguchi carded a 3-under 67 to move into sole possession of the lead going into the final round at the Kansai Open on Saturday.Taniguchi offset a bogey on the third hole with four birdies at Tanabe Country Club to pull one stroke clear of joint overnight leader Shigeru Nonaka and stay on course for his first win since the 2008 Sun Chlorella Classic.Taniguchi moved to 10-under 200 while Nonaka, bidding for his first JGTO Tour title, dropped to second after making four birdies and a pair of bogeys in a 68.Kazuhiko Hosokawa, an eight-time winner on the tour, was the day’s hottest golfer in steamy conditions, the 39-year-old setting the par-70 layout alight with an eagle and six birdies for a course record 62 that launched him from a tie for 36th into third at 7 under.Taichiro Kiyota (66) and first-round leader Kazuhiro Yamashita (71) shared fourth, three shot further back. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES HAKONE, Kanagawa Pref. – Akiko Fukushima preserved her slender lead after shooting a 3-under 70 in the second round of the CAT Ladies on Saturday.Looking to improve on her joint runnerup finish at last week’s NEC Karuizawa 72, the 37-year-old stayed one shot ahead at 10-under 136 after overcoming some early jitters with a flurry of birdies at the par-73 Daihakone Country Club.
That’s why we’ve slashed adult prices to just £10, while U12s can enjoy Gallagher Premiership rugby for just £1.Bristol Bears play host to Sale Sharks on Friday, May 3rd with Pat Lam’s men targeting a coveted place in the top six and 15,000 tickets already sold.Prices for Sale Sharks here: CONCESSIONS (U19, 65+) £5 £10 (South) £15 U12 (0-11) ADULT (19-64) £15 (Dolman) £10 £20 (Lansdown) £1 £5 £10 Tickets are available to purchase online now by clicking here, or via supporter services on 0117 963 0600.Chief operating officer Mark Tainton said: “We’ve welcomed record numbers to Ashton Gate during the current campaign and it’s fantastic to be currently averaging a club record of over 16,200.“It’s important that we reward our supporters for their loyal backing throughout the season, so we hope this unique offer will encourage fans to bring their friends and family and enjoy an incredible matchday experience.“It’s no coincidence that some of our most memorable wins this season – the likes of Bath, Gloucester and Newcastle – have been accompanied by huge crowds at Ashton Gate. We want to replicate that atmosphere for the final time in 2018/19.”
The Premier League club have been following the 18 year old Odd player for some time, likely through the scouting being carried out by Gary Goodchild in Scandinavia.Odd had expected Kitolano to sign a new contract and he’d made repeated comments suggesting that would be the case. Even last week the youngster openly committed his future to the Norwegian side and made it clear a renewal was on the way.Then everything changed, likely due to a firm approach from Wolves.It was made clear to Odd that there’d be no renewal so they faced the prospect of seeing the player leave now for a free or in December for training compensation.Odd have been open and told the Norwegian media they’d prefer a move now, and it appears that’s what they’re getting.Varden newspaper, who have been following the case closely, state Kitolano is ‘on his way to England’ to have a Wolves medical and complete the deal.They pick up claims from Norwegian TV to say the transfer is estimated to be worth around £900k including bonuses.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystDigitization in Banks Is No Longer About Efficiency, but Business Resilience. Don’t Get Left Behind.StanChart by CNBC CatalystUndoInstant Voice TranslatorGenius Japanese Invention Allows You To Instantly Speak 43 LanguagesInstant Voice TranslatorUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉（今晚試試）Keto减肥UndoCNBC InternationalSingapore’s Freelancers Find New Income During the Coronavirus Pandemic.CNBC InternationalUndoDating.comWhere do attractive singles find each other in Tung Chung?Dating.comUndoCNN with DBS BankWhat Banks Did To Help Corporations Mitigate Future CrisesCNN with DBS BankUndoPerfect-Dating.comReveal Tung Chung As The Best City to Date for Love & RomancePerfect-Dating.comUndoTheTopFiveVPNEnjoy Netflix Now Without Any RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndo John Kitolano to Wolves looks like it’s happening during this window rather than waiting until the defender’s contract expires in December.
Related Utah-TCU tilt puts Utes in spotlight ESPN will be in SLC for ‘GameDay’ ’08 victory convinced Wynn New Utah uniforms support troops SALT LAKE CITY — The University of Utah men’s basketball team tips off its season Friday night when Adams State, a Division II team from Colorado, visits the Huntsman Center for a 7 p.m. exhibition contest. The season officially begins the following Friday when another Division II team, Grand Canyon, plays the Utes in the Huntsman Center.Actually the Utes have already played a game, but no one is supposed to know about it. The Utes went to Tucson over the weekend and played a secret game against the University of Arizona. The gym was completely empty except for the players, coaches and a couple of security guards. No stats were kept, although the teams were allowed to film the game.Because of strict NCAA rules, Utah coach Jim Boylen can’t say anything about the actual game, but the Utes played well and he offered, “It was a great learning experience and hopefully we can grow from it.”College teams are allowed to play two exhibition games every year, but are also allowed to use one of them to play another college team in a “practice” game. Under Boylen, the Utes have done this the past two years, playing the University of Colorado at the Huntsman Center and in Boulder.GETTING BETTER: With nine new players, it has been a challenge so far this season, but Boylen believes his team is progressing well, three weeks into official practice time.”We’re starting to grasp the concepts of our foundation — that we can play full speed and do it,” he said. “We’re starting to understand how hard you have to play at this level. We’ve adjusted better to the pace of practice.”Newcomers Josh Watkins and Will Clyburn continue to shine in practice along with returning forward Shawn Glover. Sophomore center Jason Washburn and freshman J.J. O’Brien are getting time with the first team as projected starters David Foster and Jay Watkins are sitting out with nagging injuries.The Utes added a pair of walk-ons this week from tryouts in October — Seth Tippetts, a 6-8 forward from Sandy, and Michael Hodgman, a guard from California.REDSHIRTS: Boylen said he won’t make any announcements about players who will be redshirting until next week before the first game.As many as four of the 15 players could be redshirted with freshman walk-ons Neal Monson and Josh Fuller, who are planning on LDS missions after the year, almost certain to be. The other two most likely redshirts are freshmen guards Preston Guiot from Missouri and Dominique Lee from California. Neither is expected to crack the Utes’ nine-man playing rotation and might be better off saving a year of eligibility.Boylen said it’s a decision between him, the player and his family.”Some coaches don’t like to redshirt a guy, because it locks up a scholarship in the program for another year but I’ve been open to it because I’ve been asked to build a program,” Boylen said.Three players from Boylen’s first recruiting class redshirted, including Washburn, Chris Hines and Josh Sharp, who is serving an LDS mission. Last year, forward Jeremy Olsen redshirted before going on a mission.TICKETS: Men’s basketball single-game tickets went on sale Monday. Fans can purchase tickets on the web at www.utahutes.com, by phone at 801-581-UTIX or in-person at the Rice-Eccles Ticket Office.Utah will also offer several ticket packages, which are on sale now. Season tickets in the lower bowl are available starting at $199. Single-game tickets start at $15 in the lower bowl.Season tickets in Section F are also available now for $99. “Section F” is Utah’s designated zone behind the west basket for the loudest and most active fans.Also anyone purchasing season tickets for the 2010-11 season will receive first priority in 2011-12 when Utah enters the Pac-12.e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
11 11 11 11 4. Kolo Toure (centre-back) 11 Liverpool pulled off a shock to knock Borussia Dortmund out of the Europa League and it looks like the Reds will have to overcome the odds in the semi-final against Villarreal.Having scored three goals in the last half an hour of their second leg against Dortmund to win 5-4 on aggregate, Jurgen Klopp has suffered several selection blows prior to this Thursday’s tie against the fourth-placed team in La Liga.In-form Belgian forward Divock Origi is out injured, after damaging ankle ligaments in the Merseyside derby due to a horror challenge from Everton’s Funes Mori.Mamadou Sakho, meanwhile, is unavailable for selection pending the outcome of an investigation into a failed drug test from an earlier Europa League round against Manchester United.And in midfield Klopp is unable to call upon Emre Can and Jordan Henderson, following season-ending injuries in recent weeks.So who will Jurgen Klopp select for the first-leg trip to Estadio El Madrigal? Click the arrow, above right, to see our predicted XI in squad number order. Who would you start for the first leg? Comment below… 11. Roberto Firmino (attacking midfield) 22. Simon Mignolet (goalkeeper) 7. James Milner (midfield) 6. Dejan Lovren (centre-back) 11 11 11 15. Daniel Sturridge (forward) 21. Lucas Leiva (midfield) 11 11 10. Philippe Coutinho (attacking midfield) 11 18. Alberto Moreno (left-back) 20. Adam Lallana (attacking midfield) 2. Nathaniel Clyne (right-back) – Click the arrow, right, to see the predicted XI in squad number order