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#384587 - 07/26/10 11:50 PM James Adderley’s weekly sports update  
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Jul 26, 2010, Good Evening I’m James Adderley this is Sports Monday.

[Linked Image] The Belize Bank Super League kicked off the 2010 playoffs with two massive match-ups over the weekend. We take you out to the M.C.C Grounds, where yesterday a surging City Boys United jumped off against a Hattieville F.C. Team that has become a serious contender for this year’s Super League title. The first real threat at goal comes from the visitors from Hattieville when Jarret Davis triggers this spot kick that provides some problems for the veteran keeper Charlie Slusher. We’re only some fourteen minutes in when Diemmercy Pierre red necks this loose ball past the Hattieville keeper Troy Reyes, to give the City Boys a 1-0 lead. Hattieville looks for the equalizer as Roy Smith sends this ball deep to Leon Jones; but Charlie Slusher successfully intervenes.

Its City boys looking for more- Tyrone Muschamp leads to Dalton Cayetano, who is victimized by an unhelpful first touch and at the half the 1-0 lead remains the story.

Immediately, when the action resumes, Raymond Gentle leaves this ball for Tyrone Muschamp, who forces the goalkeeper William Johnson, fresh off the bench, to come up with an incredible save. At the other end, Jarret Davis mounts this individual effort that’s sees him take on all comers only to finish with a shot that missed the target. Pierre then deals to Dale Cayetano, who should have done better with this look at goal from pointblank range. Hattieville comes back with this pass from Roy Smith to Leon Jones, whose acrobatic offering forces Charlie Slusher into a big time diving save to preserve the 1-0 lead. In this press by City Boys, William Johnson must be credited for this timely intervention against Dalton Cayetano, who showed the keeper too much of the ball.

Indeed Hattieville FC dodges another bullet, when Jason Young sets table for Tyrone Muschamp, who squanders a golden opportunity. We must say that this header off the corner kick from Hattieville launched by Jason Robinson can only be deemed disappointing. So City Boys look to close out the show as Raymond Gentle hooks up with Dalton Cayetano, who is obviously taken down form behind by Allan Brooks as the slo-mo reveals but the referee does not make the call. City Boys United, nevertheless, hold on to the 1-0 W against Hattieville FC.

In the other match-up at the Ricalde Stadium Saturday night, Nizhee Corozal shocked Placencia Assassin 2-1. In the meantime the double round-robin playoff format moves into Week Two with Hattieville FC hosting Placencia Assassin inside the MCC grounds this Sunday at four p.m., while Nizhee Corozal plays host to City Boys United same time.

In other football news, Millennium pounded Placencia Pearls 7-1 on Saturday to advance to the Female Football Championships round against Gentle Touch o Esperanza waiting in the wing. This home and away series in the title now gets off this Saturday four p.m. inside the MCC grounds.

Now, let’s head to the Civic Center for Friday night, as the Ballers 4 Life Tournament blasted off, with Belize Bank Bulldogs taking aim at the UB Black Jaguars. And it’s Winston Pratt off to the quick start for UB as he streaks down court to give his team three points the old fashion way. Captain Stephen Williams of UB then shoots over Roscoe Reese to sink the three point shot. So Roscoe Reese makes up for it with this nice delay to go glass for two points for the bank. However, Winston Pratt stays hot and drills this long J- Pratt would lead all scores tonight with twenty-three points going for fifty-six percent from the field and at the end of the first quarter- UB has a ten point lead. In the second quarter Belize Bank is down 27-7, when they come roaring back. Marcel Orosco wants three, he gets three, he would finish with nine. Big Paul Swasey then deals to Rupert Young, who gets a screen from National Team Player, Darwin Leslie, to land this big three point shot- he would finish with sixteen points. At the half UB’s lead is 34-32.

For UB Jaguars, Darwin Leslie comes alive in the third, with attention from four UB players, he lands this baby home. Leslie then attacks from the left side gets the bucket, picks up the foul and sinks the freebie for the three point conversion. He would total a team high twenty points after shooting forty-seven percent from the field. It’s Belize Bank with a 54-51 lead at the end of three. Folks, at the end of fourth quarter, the wheels come off the Belize Bank. Stephen Williams – from the corner with the big three for UB and would put up nineteen points. From the left side now, Williams wants three and gets three; and here he is hitting a third three in a row-nobody puts a hand in his face- UB Jaguars go on to post the 86-69 big W.

In the other senior game in these playoffs over the weekend, the Belmopan Bandits jolted San Pedro Tigersharks 78-72. On the junior ticket, OW Running Rebels ran over Trucks 82-41 and Belize Bank Jr. shut down Hold-On Smart 63-56. Hopefully, there will be better officiating inside the basketball leagues at this point in time.

Hey folks, that’s our show for today. We invite you back same time, same place next week. Jah! Over all, I’m James Adderley.

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[Linked Image] Aug 9, 2010, Good evening I’m James Adderley and here’s a fresh delivery of Sports Monday. Week three of the Belize Bank Super League left no doubt that things have surly tightened up inside the four team playoffs. So we take you to the Michael Ashcroft Stadium where Saturday night Placencia Assassin, who are yet to pick up a playoff win, played host to a City Boys United ball club that have proven themselves to be real contenders for the 2010 title. Immediately the home team goes for the early goal when Shawn Thurton allows Arnold Torres to fire this right foot that travels outside the far post. It’s another close shave for Charlie Slusher when Lyndon Brooks gets off this left foot shot that just misses the target. Today Charlie Slusher really has to work and he does just that to deny Rollin Burgess this attempt at goal. City Boys finally gets some offense going when Raymond Gentle centers this free kick into the danger zone but tough Placencia defense squashes this half chance. Dalton Cayetano then gets this look at goal but doesn’t get enough of the ball to get it past goalkeeper Stephen Lopez. In the meantime, we must say that Jack Dawson should have done better with this golden opportunity that he certainly squanders. At the other end goleador Ashley Torres didn’t quite live up to expectations with this left foot offering. At the half, we have a scoreless ballgame and maybe we’ll just blame it on the rain, which left the pitch a soggy mess.

Coming out of intermission, Ashley Torres sets table for Arnold Torres whose push rises over the crossbar. A few minutes later, Mervin Leslie provides Arnold Torres with a shot at redemption but the header inches outside the far upright. For certain this grass head burner launched by Jason Young off the set piece looks good but Stephen Lopez handles the situation. It’s getting late so Placencia Assassin goes to Marvin Leslie for the goal. His launch is not good enough to beat the veteran Charlie Slusher; at the long whistle, we have a scoreless stalemate.

In the other Super League matchup at the M.C.C. Grounds yesterday, Hattieville F.C. and Nizhee Corozal battled to a 1-1 stalemate. Thus at the halfway mark of the double round robin playoffs both Nizhee Corozal and City Boys United show five points apiece, Hattieville has four and Placencia Assassin has one. Week four comes up this Sunday as City Boys United host Placencia Assassin in a must win situation for both clubs while up north at the Ricalde Stadium the battle will rage between Hattieville F.C. and Nizhee Corozal.

In other football news, the Soca Warriors of Trinidad and Tobago, a legitimate CONCACAF team that has been to the World Cup, comes to Belize for a matchup against the national football team inside the FFB Stadium at Belmopan on the eight of September. Keep that date in mind.

Meanwhile, female football play, game two of the two game championship series for the 2010 title between Millennium and Gentle Touch is set for this Saturday, three-thirty p.m. at the M.C.C. Grounds. Gentle Touch goes in with a one game lead after beating Millennium 2-1 at Esperanza.

Turning to the basketball scene, we head to the City Center where the Interoffice Basketball League staged its All Star Game on Friday night. Jamal Kelly deals to Shamir Martinez who gets division B rolling with the first bucket of the ballgame and would finish with eight points. Ashton Edwards then lands this three pointer as the B team looks good in the early going. Big man Eugene Jex goes glass with the put back for two of his seven points. However, Joshua Jones heats up Team A, sinking this three pointer. And at the end of the first quarter the A Team has a 14-12 lead. In the second quarter, Jamir Enriquez takes on the entire A Team to land this bucket for two of his eight points. At the other end, the baseline jumper drops for Joshua Jones. He would lead all scorers tonight with fifteen points. Jamal Kelly really works his magic for these two points to give the B Team a three point lead. However, this three point delivery from Leroy Forbes returns the lead to the A Team. At the half they’re up 29-25.

In the third quarter, B Team is down by seven when Trevor Bonzo Meighan hits this three pointer. At the other end Norman Humes spots up for three and gets it. Humes would put up ten points tonight and at the end of the third, the lead is 49-41 for the A Team. Still, the B Team comes back to take the lead in the fourth quarter when Shamir turns and sinks this mid range jumper. Make it a four point lead when Ashton Edwards beats everybody down court for this uncontested layup. But here comes the A Team; Kennard Clarke begins the comeback with this jumper. Joshua Jones from the corner lands this big three point shot and then Norman Humes lands the dagger with this three points from the same spot. Team A goes on to post the 59-55 big W and we say congrats. We also say kudos to Keemar King of Customs who won the skills challenge and Jamaal Kelly of B.T.L. who took the three point shooting competitions.

Hey folks, that’s our show for today. Jah over all, I’m James Adderley.

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[Linked Image] 23 August, Good evening I'm James Adderley and we welcome you to this week’s rush of Sports Monday.

We’re off to the MCC Grounds where week five of the Belize Bank Super League playoffs brought City Boys United to its moment of truth. In their role as host today they would have to beat the always dangerous Nizhee Corozal or see their championship hopes vanish into thin air, especially after last week’s 2-1 loss to Placencia Assassin. Of course Nizhee Corozal also comes in understanding that today’s ballgame is super important so they go to their number one striker Michael Whittaker whose shot at goal crashes against the crossbar. In reply City Boys try to capitalize off this centre from Jason Young but Benito Morreira gives up his body for Nizhee Corozal to prevent Whitfield Patnett from getting ahead on it. For sure folks, Benito Morreira works real hard for the money today as he again goes down after being challenged by Jason Young. Mercifully, he would continue. Andrew Allen then gets this chance to give Corozal the lead but the left foot grounder travels outside the far upright. At the half, the ballgame remains scoreless.

So we go to second half and it’s Nizhee searching for the goal off this set piece but the shot by Antonio Castillo rises over the crossbar. We’re thirteen minutes into the half when Whitfield Patnett centers off the right wing, Tyronne Mushcamp keeps it alive to Dalton Cayetano who gives City Boys a 1-zip lead. Immediately Corozal begins to push for the equalizer. Michael Whittaker pushes this across the goal mouth to Sergio Villanueva whose right away blast bounces off the far upright. It’s more Corozal when Whittaker gets off this chip shot with the right foot only to see Charlie Slusher deny him the goal. Sergio Villanueva then attacks off the right wing but the right foot bouncer inches outside the sticks. The onslaught ain’t over yet people as Antonio Castillo finds Andrew Allen who misses the target from point-blank range. When the long whistle blows it brings relief to the beleaguered City Boys more importantly it gives them a huge three points that gets them back on top.

Dalton Cayetano, Goal Scorer
“I just read the play, follow up and put it in the net.”

James Adderley
“Are you a left foot or a right foot hitter?”

Dalton Cayetano
“Right foot but if ih come pan di left I have to put it in pan di left.”

James Adderley
“So you think you’ll be able to deliver if you get to the championship? You think you’ll be able to fly at that level?”

Dalton Cayetano
“Yes sir.”

James Adderley
“Okay Dalton, thank you for speaking to us. You has any words fi yoh fans?”

Dalton Cayetano

“I just want tell di fans happy fi it and we wah do it dis year; take City Boys to the championship.”

John Pollard
“This second half here we came out because we know we have to win. Our back was against the wall. It was either do or die for us and we surely didn’t want to die so we had to go on and get a win today.”

In the other Super League match up Placencia Assassin doubled Hattieville 2-1 Saturday night to now total seven points. Thus the standings look like this: City Boys United show eight points and so does Nizhee Corozal, Placencia Assassin has seven and Hattieville with four is now out of the championship picture. This weekend the semi0final round concludes with City Boys hosting Hattieville on Sunday at the M.C.C. grounds while on Saturday night Placencia Assassin and Nizhee Corozal will battle for a spot in the finals.

In cycling news, Saturday’s forty-two mile race presented by the BCA on the Burrell Boom circuit was taken by Peter Choto of Zamir in uncontested fashion in a time of 01:51:24. Zamir swept all top four station prizes with Gregory Lovell second, Allen Castillo third and Armidez Rives fourth while Kelvin Tillett of C-Ray rounds out the top five.

Turning to the basketball scene, it was do or die Friday night inside the City Center for Atlantic Bank as they faced FirstCaribbean Bank in game two of their Inter Department Basketball semi-final series. We are in the second quarter as Jacobs Leslie of FirstCaribbean misses this shot but Shamir Martinez taps it back for the successful put back cutting what was a twelve point deficit in the first quarter to four. However, at the other end, Darwin Elijio extends the separation with this three pointer from the top. Elijio would hit eight points tonight. Hector Locke then gets this pass from Captain Jermain Tillett to land two of his thirteen game points. In the meantime, this crossover dribble by Ian Ferrera leaves Jerome Ellis helpless on the court as he streaks in for the two points and it doesn’t matter that both players are called “Perry”. Darwin “Doggy” Elijio comes up with a big time bucket in traffic right here and at the half Atlantic Bank is leading 36-27.

In the third, FirstCaribbean/Quan strikes back. Perry Ellis dished to Jaheed Smith and he sinks the bucket for two of his nine points. Clifton Gentle then finds Eldon Anderson who goes glass for two points and would make it three the old fashion way. But the charge began to fizzle when Ferrera finds Hector Locke and he delivers the mid range jumper. Erwin Orosco hooks up with Perry Ferrera who works the baseline for two of his game high eighteen points. At the end of three the Atlantic Bank lead is eleven. They would go on to post the 62-47 victory to force a decisive game three on Sunday.

Well the news is in Atlantic Bank is into the championship series after burning FirstCaribbean/Quan 69-68 in overtime play yesterday. Of course, waiting in the wings was the run and slash Tuff e Nuff who proved that Belize Telemedia was not tough enough to take them out by completing the sweep Friday night. Tyronne Edwards was on top of his game tonight as he sinks this jumper for two of his game high twenty-four points and also dished out five assists. His brother, Ashton Edwards also came out sizzling, striking for three points here. He would put up twenty-two points in this one to go along with six boards and four steals. Tuff e Nuff shows a 16-11 lead at the end of the first. Marvin Bay Castillo had a good game for Telemedia as he drives into the paint to lay up two of his eight points. Lupito Acosta keeps his team in the race with this big time three pointer, Acosta would lead Telemedia with twelve points. Three point king Jamal Kelly then launches for three. He would finish with eleven points. And at the half BTL is only down 14-5.

And yes, folks in the third this conversion by Marvin Bay Castillo gives the phone company its first lead of the night 34-33. Tuff e Nuff comes right back by reinstating the Edwards to Edwards connection as Tyronne finds Ashton who lands three. Tyronne then wants three and he gets three. For a moment back there it looked like Lupito Acosta would have put BTL on his back as he leads the big three. And on the very next play lands his third three from the other side to give BTL a 44-43 lead. As expected Tuff e Nuff replies. Tyronne Edwards goes through the BTL defense for the two and ties the ballgame at 45-apiece. Tyrone Edwards then penetrates again and again rings up two points. It’s more Tyronne in the fourth when he wheels and deals through traffic for this impressive banker. And let’s not forget this dagger from Ashton Edwards. Tuff e Nuff goes on to post the 64-53 big W, completing the sweep on their way to the three game championship series. This series between Tuff e Nuff and Atlantic Bank now gets off this Wednesday with game two set for Friday. On Friday’s undercard will be the battle for third place between FirstCaribbean/Quan and Telemedia Digicell.

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Good Evening. I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.

The three game championship series for the Belize Bank Super League 2010 Football Title between Nizhee Corozal and City Boys United. Yesterday, the Ricalde Stadium with 35000.06 hanging in the balance. We must add that we were impressed with the opening ceremonies Nizhee Management.

However, 1st half proved to be an extended feeling and process until the 35th minute when brief Yam sets table perfect for Darnell Mossiah with a long distance pass and the striker easily beats Mark Grant and goalkeeper, Charlie Slusher to give the home team a 1-zip lead out the 35th minute of play.

They tried to double the lead when Christian Rena launches this corner hide into the goal mouth forcing Charlie Slusher to go airborne for the save. The one nil lead holds up to the intermission.

Unfortunately the momentum remained the same as in the 1st moments of the second half Michael Whittaker gets past Shawn Thurton to squander this open look at goal. Folks City Boys finally displayed some potency on offence when Tyrone Muschamp mounts this individual effort which concludes with a right foot offering that veers outside the target. A few minutes later Whittaker gets another chance to score after again zipping past Thurton and again he fails to move the scoreboard. Michael Whittaker gets another opportunity when Eduardo Perez finds him with this push off the set piece but the striker can’t get it past Charlie Slusher. At the other end, Jason Young turns away from Randy Casanova to try this shot at goal but fails to get it between the stick. Now watch Darnell Mossiah beat 3 City Boys’ defenders only to be foiled at the very last minute by a desperate lunge from Godson Michel. Nevertheless, the zip-1 score holds up to give Nizhee Corozal a 1 game lead in this best of three series.

Game II now comes up this Saturday at the M.C.C. Grounds where City Boys must benefit from home cooking or settle for 2nd place.

Changing gears folks, we now head to the Barracks here in Belize City where the 11th Lion-man Triathlon which has become a fixture on the National Celebrations Calendar was staged. Some 23 athletes, representing 12 teams along with 11 individual participants are in the Caribbean Sea Sunday Morning to start off the 1st leg of this triathlon event that features swimming, running and cycling in that order and the waters churn as the race gets off.

First to complete the 1500 meters swim is Dr. Ramon Figueroa who has participated in the individual category for the eleven years since its inception and now he heads to his bicycle for the 25 mile ride. Some 8 minutes later Giovanni Choto emerges out of the sea to set chase on Dr. Figueroa using the bicycle which would be natural weapon of choice since he finished 3rd in the tour of Guatemala which concluded last Sunday.

Another athlete you’d want to keep track of is Jay Essam of the British Forces who has even more tome to catch up on in the individual category.

Last to complete the swim is the sole female in the individual class fortunately her challenge comes mostly from the course which did not attract any competition in 2010, which says a lot.

As expected Giovanni Choto has pedalled to the lead and is off on foot for the final stage which features a 10k run or 6.2 miles. Right on his heels is 50 year old Dr. Figueroa who now thinks he has a chance to finally emerge as Lionman champ. Meanwhile, Jose Choto is the 3rd competitor in his individual class to complete the ride and figures he has a grip on 3rd place. In the meantime, meet the Jr. Champion who took his 2nd overall win on Sunday, Anthony Leslie. Meanwhile as for the corporate relay goes meet the winners Louis Haulze, Denise Diaz and Alexander Graniel – they competed as Team Spectrum Design and we say Congratulations!!

Finishing 2nd in this category is the Team Coast Guard consisting of Marco, Castellano, Tablada, Requena and Joel Borland who were victimized by a 20 second penalty. Folks, we will have the 2010 Lionman Triathlon in its totalling in a 1 hr package we hope to air on Thursday or Friday so stay tuned.

Of course Jose Choto must be mindful of Jay Essam who has thrown the gauntlet. We now fast forward to the finish of the event and we say congratulations to Giovanni Choto who wins the Lionman Triathlon in 2010 with a total time of 2:36:08. Hats off to Dr. Ramon Figueroa who was forced to settle for 2nd place after a truly impressive display for a man of 50 – he was only 1 mile 3 seconds off the pace.

And here’s the shocker, Jay Essam overcome the Jose Choto lead to grab 3rd place and we say congrats to the British. In other football news the Caribbean Motor Cup blasted off with another edition as presented by the BPFL over the weekend. At Dangriga, Griga United blanked Belmopan Blaze 3-zip with Alexander Peters opening the scoreboard at the 22nd minute and then Dennis Serano made it 2 nil with this goal at the 31st minute. Peters then came back at the 71st minute to score his 2nd of the match as Griga United picks up the big W in opening day. Further south at the Toledo Union field, the Toledo Ambassadors were held at a 1-1 tie by Hankook Verdes. Here in Belize City, FC Belize sunk the San Pedro Sea Dogs in a 3-1 finish while out at the Norman Broaster Stadium defending champion to Belize Defence Force doubled San Felipe Barcelona 4-2.

This Saturday, September 11th, Belmopan Blaze will host Toledo Ambassadors at 7:30pm and Hankook Verdes takes on FC Belize inside Marshalleck Stadium at 8pm. On Sunday, San Pedro Sea Dogs get a visit from the B.D.F. for 2:30pm sharp while at the People’s Stadium San Felipe will host Griga United.

In football news from the FFB, we remind you that the Soca Warriors of Trinidad and Tobago will take on the National Team at the F.F.B. field this Friday September 10th at 4 pm. In the meantime, Belize has drawn El Salvador in the VWCAT V-20 tournament to be staged at Honduras from the 1st to the 5th December 2010.

And in the Central American Cup which hits off on 14th January 2011 at Panama, Belize is groups with the host country Panama, El Salvador and Nicaragua while Group B features Costa Rica, Honduras and Guatemala. Belize will open against Panama the defending champion.

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James Adderley with the Post TD Matthew Sports Update

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Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.

The menace of Tropical Storm Matthew gripped the country of Belize over the weekend to the extent that most events, sports and otherwise, were postponed as the nation became consumed in self defense against this natural disaster. The threat has dissipated and all thanks and praises to Jah.

One event that was staged as originally planned is the 2010 2nd Annual Table Tennis Team League which blasted off inside the Belize Elementary School Auditorium yesterday featuring 12 teams in 2 divisions. In division 1, play team Ace launched off Riveros Welders 5-1, Bombers shot Suga City 5-4. Racqueteers handed No Mercy a 5-2 defeat. Bombers made it 2 in a row edging Ace 5-4. Rivero Welders rebounded to beat No Mercy 5-4 and Racqueteer picks up its second win with a 5-3 win over Suga City. In division 2 play, Phoenix crushed Assassins 5-zip. Cobra hurt Team L 5-3 and Garage handled Young Stars in a 5-3 score. Hurricane then defeated Assassins 5-1, Phoenix smashed Young Stars 5-1 for tis second win and Garage kept its pace with a 5-1 over Team L. The action resumes Saturday in 2nd Division play with Hurricane facing Cobra, Assassins aim at the Young Stars and Phoenix battles Team L.

In other news, Belize will participate in the Commonwealth Games being staged at New Delhi, India, which gets off on October 3rd and concludes on October 14th. The leader of the delegation is Patrick Henry of the National Sports Council and is en-route to New Delhi as we speak. Representing Belize in track and field are Kathy Sealy who will compete in the heptathlon, Kina Martinez in the 100 and 200 meters and Kayde Vaughn in Long Jump. The cyclists making the games are Edgar Arana, Jairo Campos, Brandon Cattouse, Gregory Lovell and Byron Pope and of course Belize top female cyclist, Shalini Zabaneh. They’ll be competing in the road race and the individual time trial.

Speaking of cycling, people we join the family, friends and fellow cyclists who mourn the untimely passing of Kristopher Chuc who lost his life in a traffic accident on the Western Highway last Thursday while on a training ride with his team, Cayo High Road Cycling. We take this opportunity to remind both motorists and cyclists that most tragedies of this kind can be avoided. Motorists must drive carefully and should slow down when overtaking the riders. Cyclists can also help this case by not riding in bunches during training and please guys if it is an early morning or late evening session, put a light or a reflector on your bike and wear something that can be spotted in the dark. Fact is that there are not many paces other that the highways for our cyclists to train. Bad attitude on both sides of the equation can prove fatal. Sleep on Kris.

Meanwhile folks, the cycling community will continue to prepare for the Orange Walk By-Pass Criterium scheduled for October 11th and also the Sagitun Banana Cycle Classic which is scheduled for November 12th. Live and let live people—each life is a gift from Jah.

Finally folks, through the efforts of the National Sports Council and Leopold Smart’s Gym, the Sport of Boxing is set for a revival on the Belizean landscape. Coming on October 16th, Belize will host a contingent of Mexican boxers for a night of fight inside the Belize Biltmore Hotel. In the card are 7 fights that finds Belizean boxers in competitive action against their Mexican counterparts and 3 exhibition matches—2 juvenile boys and a female clash—you won’t want to miss. It is big, it’s international and you won’t want to miss it.

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Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.

The national Football Team embarks on a 2nd International friendly this weekend when they journey to Petén, Guatemala to face their Guatemalan counterparts at 3 p.m. on Saturday, October 9th. The last outing saw Belize hold the Trinidad and Tobago national team to a scoreless stalemate on September 10th at the FFB Stadium in Belmopan in a ballgame they could have won from the penalty spot. Belize has never beaten Guatemala at this A-team level and most fans are looking for a change in this equation.

In other football news, Third World Future presents a Day of Fun for footballers in the lake and Collet Divisions this Saturday, October 9th at the St. Martin’s Field beginning at 9 a.m. Deon Flowers and Stanley Reneau are behind this effort. New here are the results of play in BDFL Football over the weekend. Belmopan Blaze and the B.D.F. battled to a 1-1 tie, Toledo Ambassadors shook up the San Pedro Seadogs in a 3-zip affair, and San Felipe Barcelona handled Hankook Verdes in a 2-1 finish while FC Belize burned Griga United 1-zip.

Turning to the softball scene, let us play catch up on the Interoffice Competition currently in session at Rogers Stadium. We join Saturdays match-up between B.E.L. Power Sockets and B.T.L. in the bottom of the 1st with the telephone company down 4-zip.

With a runner at 2nd, Melissa Foreman serves up this hit to Francis Usher. Center fielder, Adrian Torres, fails to handle the long fly, the run comes in and Usher get5s this hit off Foreman to bring in Usher. Nelson Tillett cuts the deficit to a single run with a double that allows him to reach 3rd base on fielder’s choice. In the top of the 2nd, Denise Gillette extends the B.E.L. lead with this hit off Emily Audinett but is tagged out at 2nd trying to extend a single into a double. In the bottom of the inning, Francis Usher beats out this infield single to make it a 5-4 ballgame.

Lupito Acosta then comes with the bases loaded who swings into an infield single that proved to be anything but routine for the B.E.L. defense as B.T.L. takes a 6-5 lead and would score 1 more in this turn at bat to make it 7 to 5. Francis Usher who replaced Emily Audinett on the mound for B.E.L. strikes out Stacey Wade to retire the side without conceding a run. In the next inning, Usher is facing Errol Reneau and he gets this hit pass 1st base to bring in 2 more runs. As of four innings, Belize Telemedia is up 11 to 5.

In the top of the 5th, Usher gives up 4 runs to B.T.L. including these 2 off a ball hit by Adrian Gentle which he should have fielded. The throw to home plate by Otis Clother is missed by the catcher and 2 runs score to make it 13-9. The bases are loaded for B.T.L. in the 6th when Gregg Kerr hits this pitch from Emily Audinett to the short stop to cap a 3 run swing and make it a 13-12 score. However, B.T.L. explodes for 6 more runs in the bottom of the 6th which gives them a 19-13 big win as we say good show.

In table tennis news, the 2010 Brother Habet Team League continues to roll at the Belize Elementary School Auditorium. On Saturday, hurricane overwhelmed Team Cobra 5 to 1, Phoenix blanked Team L 5-zip while Assassins edged rest Team Young Stars in a 5-4 finding our Young Stars looking to Saturday, October 9th. 1st Division play finds ACE facing No Mercy, Bombers aim at Raqueteers and Rivero Welders matches up with Suga City. 2nd Division action features Hurricane against Young Stars, Cobra takes on Garage and Assassins meet Team L.

Finally folks, the T’s have been crossed and the I’s dotted for the big fight being presented by Smart’s Gym in collaboration with the National Sports Council on Friday, October 15th at the Biltmore Plaza. Fighting for Belize inside the square ring will be Sherman Galvez, Max Williams, Kenyon, Anderson Portillo, Zane Rudon, Kailin Lamb and Harold Mariano in a Belize versus Mexico tournament. Also on the ticket will be a juvenile and a female match-up of Mexican fighters. Admission fee is $15.00 reserve, $5.00 general and every child under the age of 12 will be allowed in free. You won’t want to miss it.

Jah over all, I’m James Adderley. Channel 5

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Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.

Team Belize dismounts the tour bus that took them to the Estadio Municipal Julian Tesecum at San Jose Petén, Guatemala on Saturday for its big international friendly against the Guatemala national football team under heavy scrutiny by the media and fans. As our team takes the pitch in the opening ceremonies, they are well aware that they are in a strange land and secondly they have never tasted victory against this country that nurses a claim to our homeland ever before. And yes folks our national item did take place in the niceties that preceded the match. Very quickly the home side test Woodrow West in goal since Shane Orio didn’t make the trip as Marvin Avila centers dangerously into the goal mouth but West manages. With some ten minutes in when Trevor Lennon allows Mario Castellanos to push this ball over the head of a pole in the position west and Guatemala takes the early 1-zip lead.

A few minutes later, Elroy Smith quiets the Guatemalan fans somewhat with this potent right foot off the said piece that forces Christian Alvarez into a big time save. Around the 33rd minute, Elroy Smith finds Harrison ‘Kafu’ Roches and his header forces Alvarez to conceive the equalizer for Belize. And the Belizean supporters at Petén gets charged up by the 1-1 score going into intermission.

Things get a bit ugly as soon as the action resumed as some unsavory character hurls this missile at Woodrow West. The hit forces the keeper to the ground but he would continue. On their first possession after things came down, the Guats go to Carlos Coserillo whose right foot at the far corner is mishandled by West. Lester Ruiz lets him pay as he pushes the score to a 2-1 showing. However, Belize comes right back off this said piece that Victor Morales rolls to Elroy smith who finds Elroy Kuylen and just like that it’s a 2-2 ballgame. Folks we can’t really say what Ian Gaynair does to deserve this red card especially during this kick off, but the referee determines that Belize should be condemned to a numerical disadvantage in this international friendly. To make matters even more interesting. A massive display of fireworks follows the expulsion. In the meantime, Woodrow West does well against this shot from inside the box by Lester Ruiz, to keep the match tied at 2 a piece. The Guats take a 3-2 lead when Carlos Caserillo picks out Dwight Peserosi and his header beats West to give his home team its third lead ah di match. Three minutes later, Dalton lee clears this ball but only as far as Carlos Figueroa who makes it a 4-2 score for Guatemala. ‘Kafu’ then gets this look at goal but the effort to pull one back is thwarted by the substitute goalkeeper, Jaime Cardoval. Guatemala goes on to post the 4-2 big W.

Bertie Chimilio

Bertie Chimilio, President, FFB

“I think we played an excellent game. With ten men, two goals, shows that it should have happened that way and that’s how it happened. If Guatemala didn’t win it would have been very, very good for us. I think we held out with ten men. We played a new brand of football that people here haven’t seen. And we have been congratulated everywhere I walk—you’ve played good, you played well and you can only go up if you continue like this.”

Ian Gaynair, Belize National Team

Ian Gaynair

“Dah celebrate we mi di celebrate. I neva know that dah mi wah yellow card fi di way how we celebrate. All I do dah put my hand behind my ears and run down going back to by my side and I get wah next yellow card fi that. I noh think I deserve that. I feel real bad because the whole game change and all the pressure come right pan fi we side. So I think that I really hurt the team when I get that red card.”

harrison "kafu" Roches

Harrison “Kafu” Roches, Belize National Team

“That dah the game, you know. We have to thank god once again for this opportunity out here once again for this shirt with all our hearts and mind we go out there and do it. We come out losing but the fight was good can’t complain.”

Elroy Kuylen, Belize National Team

elroy kuylen

“We practice dehn play deh—dehn dah the set piece. We surprised the team. Everybody haul dah back post and the ball get played ina di space and dah so di goal come.”

And we certainly wanna say thanks to Alex Palacio for conducting our interviews.

In other football news, BPFL play over the weekend. FC Belize beat San Felipe Barcelona 3-1. Belmopan Blaze bounce San Pedro Seadogs 3-zip and Belize Defence Force edge Toledo Ambassadors 4-3 while Hankook Verdes and Griga United battled to a scoreless stalemate.

Checking the table tennis scene in the 2010 Table Tennis Team League. Over the weekend, Bombers shoot down Raqueteers 5-2 while in the other first division match Suga City edge Rivero’s Welders 5-4. In second division action, Young Stars blew away Hurricane 5-2. Assassin took out Team “L” 5-1. And Garage roll over Cobra by that same score. This Saturday finds 6 second division teams in action—Hurricane faces garage, Young Stars take on Team “L” and Cobra goes to work against Pheonix.

Turning to the Cycling Scene, it was a field spring that saw Austin Armstrong of Clear the Land grab the 40 mile junior race in yesterday’s O.W.’s bypass criterium beating out Daniel Choto, Dijon Spence, Oscar Quiros Joel Bowman in that order. In the masters class, Big Mike Lewis, riding unattached edged out Roque Matus for top honors, forcing Barney Brown into third, Omar Gomez fourth and Henry Moreira fifth in a race that saw 30 start and 26 finish. Meanwhile the finish to the elite class featured four under 23 riders making a bid, but it is David Henderson of Indeco with the ‘W’ as Donicedi Vasquez, peter Choto and Giovanni Choto take this next three spots in that order. Barney Brown then beat the field to round out the top five. The next big event on the calendar is the Sagitun Banana Classic set for November 7th, at Independence.

In news from the 19th Commonwealth Games, Belize best finish in the 12 lap 168km ride came from Greg Lovell who finished 26th. Edgar Arana also completed the course, but at the 46 position. 133 athletes from 33 countries participated with Allan Davis of Australia winning the gold. It’s the first time Belizean cyclist have completed this even in the Commonwealth Games.

Finally folks, boxing returns to Belize in a presentation at the Belize Biltmore Plaza that matches our fighters against our Mexican Counterparts this Friday October 15th at 6p.m. tickets are on sale at the National Sports Council and the fight will be aired on Channel 5 right after Friday’s news package and will be streamed on the internet making it available for one and all so enjoy wherever you are.

Hey folks, that’s the show for today. We invite you back same time same place next week.

Jah over all, I’m James Adderley.

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James Adderley

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.

Amateur Boxing returned to Belize with a bang Friday night inside the Belize Biltmore Plaza Hotel which housed a monster matchup between Leopold Smart’s Gym and an official contingent from Chetumal, Mexico. Things got off to a roaring start as 2 under 16 fighters from Mexico opened in an exhibition bout to encourage the Belizean youth to start early in the sport and we thank Carlos de Jesus Ortiz and Jose Alfredo Rodriguez Diaz for this endeavor. In the meantime, the first Belize versus Mexico bout saw 115 pounder Kalin lamb get knocked down in the 2nd round of a 3 rounder by Luis Selaya who would go on to claim the big W on a TKO in the 3rd round.

Folks, Zane Ruden at 132 lbs had the unfortunate opportunity to face the national amateur fly weight champion of Mexico, Jesus Tomas Cardena and indeed Ruden had very little chance against this buzz saw of a fighter forcing Coach Smart to throw in the towel. Cardona gets his hands raised in victory. Meanwhile Harold Mariano of Belize proved to be a fame fighter in his lightweight fight against Erick Herrera and for a while he was in the contest. However in the 3rd round, Herrera unleashes this onslaught that forces the Belizean to concede before things descended any further. Minister of Sports, Patrick Faber, delivers the trophy to the winner, Herrera.

Down 0 & 3, the many fans inside the Biltmore turn to Alex Neal for the first big W and Neal looked quite capable in the opening round against Jesus Pichales. By the 3rd round, Neal had run out of gas so Pichales turns on the pressure . We must tell you that Alex Neal was a late addition to the card and his laclk of shape became painfully evident as he tries to hang on. Fortunately referee Ordonez stopped the proceedings before Neal got real hurt.

The other exhibition fight on the card found Maria Guadalupe Garcia and Guadalupe Pacheco mixing it up at the middleweight class, providing us with the painful reminder that we have no female boxers in Belize. And if you look good, Guadalupe Pacheco is also a referee and judge and we thank both for this display.

At this juncture, an air of resignation has begun to creep in among the standing room of fans that we wouldn’t pick up a win. When Max “Pain” Williams steps out in the welter weight class against Pedro Zepeda and jumps off to a fast start. Zepeda, the Mexican, appears to be pushed down by max which is illegal. However, when the action resumes, max delivers real pain to the abdomen and the head of Zepeda for the real knock down. Zepeda promptly goes to his corner and decides he wants no more of Max Williams. Belize gets the W on the Max’s TKO. Max celebrates in acrobatic fashion while the fans could not disguise their glee. It had been a long time coming and this walk back to the locker room by Max “Pain” proves our point. Empowered by the “Pain” win, Anderson Portillo comes out fast against his opponent Yael Martinez, the bronze medalist at the light heavy weight division and that strategy would not work against the better conditioned fighter. The 3rd and decisive round bring total domination by the visitor who dealt out real punishment to Portillo to win this one.

This brings us to the welter weight clash between Sherman Galvez, Belize’s amateur fighter and Alberto Mex, who finished 5th as the weight class in the Mexican Nationals and right away Galvez lives up to his top notch billing. In the second round, Galvez launches this vicious attack on Mex that tags him with straight rights which sends the Mexican into the ropes and the onslaught continues until referee Ordonez steps in. Galvez continues with bruising blows to Mex who tries to fight back but realizes Galvez was getting the better of the exchanges and guess what, mex’s corner concedes the fight as Sherman Galvez picks up the second win for Belize in impressive fashion. The Mexican won 5-2 but the 2 big wins were enough to satisfy the Belizean fans.

Sherman Galvez

Sherman Galvez, Boxer

“I’ve been training eight months straight, three months preparations. Ina this fight, I feel like, dah mi wahn challenge and everything but I think my workout and everything weh I do pay off good mien.”

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“When did you know that you were the man in command of the situation?”

Sherman Galvez

“Well in the end of the first round.”

James Adderley

“Which was the best round for you?”

Sherman Galvez

“The second round cause ih done deh.”

Max “Pain” Williams, Boxer

Max "pain" Williams

“I just come out and give my best. I believe ina god. And once you pray to god, god wah give you the strength fi do anything. So that dah weh I do, I pray to god fi give me the strength and god did give me the strength today ina the ring.”

Leonard Ysaguirre

“I know it was the most overwhelming fight of the night. It was two minutes twelve seconds

Max “Pain” Williams

“No, one minute twelve seconds.”

Leonard Ysaguirre

“A first round knock out. I am going by the time the time keeper gave me, but I want to say congratulations to you. I’m hoping this is the first of many and I hope you keep it up.”

Anderson Portillo

Anderson Portillo, Boxer

“I’m gonna build up my stamina because I noticed that was one of my weaknesses. I got to let go more shots. I did survive my three rounds, I promised my three rounds. I used both my guards, I used my strategies but you know obviously the man had some good shots.”

James Adderley

“In the third round, you took a lot of unnecessary shots. Were you hurt?”

Anderson Portillo

“I have a dislocated shoulder that is half way healing. I guess he paralyzed me for a moment so I used different guard but I guess that’s how strategy.”

James Adderley

“But Anderson we’ll see you again?”

Anderson Portillo

“Definitely, you wahn see me yah, Mexico, wherever. I am going to fight anybody, anytime, anywhere.”

Meanwhile folks, it was our MC Jose Sanchez that gave Max Williams the nickname “Pain” and apparently he knew what he was talking about. The boxing community takes this opportunity to thank all who supported this fight including the National Sports Council, Channel 5, Dion Leslie, Tony Habet and all other sponsors. We promise to do it again shortly.

Turning to the volleyball scene, Arnid Arnold and Germaine Audinett turned back a strong challenge for Ernest Broaster and Raul Arnold to win the Tropigas 2 on 2 Beach Tournament: 21-13, 23-2. In the ladies side Jasmin Anderson and Karina Martinez combined their efforts to grab the title from Tisha Solis and Yishel Solis and we say congratulations.

In football news, BPFL play on the weekend saw Belmopan Blaze and San Felipe Barcelona battle to a 1-all stalemate. Toledo Ambassadors and FC Belize settled for a scoreless stalemate. While the defending champion, B.D.F. blanked Griga United 2-zip.

In the table tennis scene, Team Ace crushed No Mercy 5 to 1 over the weekend in the Brothers Habet Team League to pull up to 3rd place in the 1st division. In the 2nd division play, Hurricane blew away Garage 5-3, Phoenix blanked Cobra 5-sip and Young Stars handled Team L in a 5-3 finish. This Saturday, October 23rd, 1st Division play finds ACE facing Racqueteers, No Mercy takes on Suga City and Bombers takes aim at Rivero Welders. In 2nd Division action, Hurricane faces Team L, Garage goes up against Young Stars and Cobra goes to work against Phoenix.

In basketball news, the national U-15 basketball selection looked to even its 3 game series against the CODICADER silver medalist Sacred Heart College Friday night in game II inside the City Center as it prepared to compete in CENTROBASKET in Chiapas, Mexico from the 1st to the 6th November. Again, the young stars were out gunned by the High school team. There is Kashif Thomas with 2 of his game high 26 points to lead Sacred Heart to a 63-50 big W. Edar Mitchell helped in the W with 14 points score. For the U-15 team, Kyle Middleton led the way with 14 points while Brian White threw up 13 points. The U-15 team plays against the older guys in preparation for show time inside COCABA and we say good luck.

Finally in cycling news, Darnell Barrow of Sarteneja took the BCA 42 mile race on Saturday with Jesus Cassasola 2nd and Glen O’Brien 3rd in a race that averaged 23.24 miles per hour.

Jah Over all, I’m James Adderley.

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Sports Monday also affected by Hurricane Richard

Well by now you’d know that Richard caused substantive damage around the country and that life came to a standstill in most areas as most citizens headed to shelters or secured themselves at home. It means that sporting events were off limits and so this Monday’s Sports report from James Adderley is being deferred for next week. James expects to be back with a bang so stay tuned.

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James Adderley with the Weekly Sports Wrap up

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.

The Inter-District Football Tournament as presented by the Football Federation of Belize moved into the playoffs over the weekend with all 8 teams seeing action in the quarterfinal round. We caught up with the matchup inside the People’s Stadium, O.W. where Carmelita FC hosted Mavericks of Punta Gorda in a ballgame that produced half a dozen goals.

In the early goings the home team, the Carmelita in control when Marlon Miranda mounts this individual effort that allows him to enter this ball into the danger zone—a streaking Aldair Chan can’t do anything with it as the visiting Mavericks eventually come up with the necessary clearance. Carmelita continues to push the ballgame when Richard Gillett pushes this pass too close to goalkeeper Carl Ramclam who bungles the clearance, Orvin Wade Jr. comes up with possession and he gives his team a 1-zip lad some 20 minutes in. Marlon Miranda then gets his turn to give Carmelita a 2-zip lead but unleashes a high riser from this open look at goal. 7 minutes later, Edwin Gillett finds Orvin Wade Jr. with this spot kick—Wade’s header finds Richard Gillett and his right away right foot crashes into the net to give Carmelita a 2-zip lead which they would take into intermission.

The second half play, the Mavericks from PG come alive—Everette Genus deals to Kenton “Microwave” Galvez, fresh off the bench, he is taken down inside the box by Albert Conorquie and the referee rules penalty. Up steps Jamie Mangar for the visitors and he pulls one back with this conversion to make it a 2-1 score. At the other end, Miranda picks out Isaac Gillett Jr. but his header at goal can only he defined as errant. A few minutes later, Richard Gillett keeps this ball alive to Jeron Ico, Ramclam is beaten and the host team takes a 3-1 lead. Now here is an ugly foul by Jevon Ico on Zebeehan Moore which leads to a red card that leaves Carmelita with 10 men. To make matters worse, Ico tries to intimidate the referee who sticks to his guns. In fact, things almost got out of control when Moore runs at ICO in a bid for vengeance, however cooler heads prevailed and we must ask what Jevon Ico was doing on the pitch after being red carded.

So the Mavericks set out to make the most of their numerical advantage and in heavy traffic, Kenton ‘Microwave” Galvez turns on this ball to force a 3-2 showing on the scoreboard.

In the meantime, we maintain that Everette Genus should have received a card for this unnecessary challenge on goalkeepers Alvin Conorquie, but none was forthcoming. It’s getting late now, so the Mavericks look to the set piece for the equalizer. They send for “Microwave” Galvez against a wall 6 man deep and his potent low cruise missile sizzles pass everyone for the 3-3 final score.

In other action in the FFB Inter-District Tournament which features a home and away format in the quarterfinals; World FC hurt Hopkins 4-1, Libertad double Benguche 2-1 and Athletico handled Cristo Rey by that very same score.

In news from the BPFL action, over the weekend saw Belmopan Blaze blank Hankook Verdes 2-zip, San Felipe Barcelona beat San Pedro Sea Dogs 3-2 and the Belize Defence Force edged FC Belize 2-1.

Finally in cycling news, the massive Sagitun Cycling Classic is set for this Sunday Novermber 7th, at Independence, This race has been converted to a 10 lap circuit event to make it more spectator-friendly and we applaud the effort. Also coming up on Sunday, November 14th, is the UWI 2nd Annual play of races on Marine parade in the City so stay tuned.

Jah Overall, I’m James Adderley.

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