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#506401 - 08/04/15 06:22 AM Re: James Adderley's weekly sports update [Re: Short]
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Sports Monday with James Adderley

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

The national senior male football team continued its preparatory work for the 3rd round World Cup Qualifying series with Canada by making another foray north to tackle the OW Selection yesterday inside the Louisiana Football Field. Andres Makin gets the fireworks going when he crushes this looseball that inches outside the far corner of the OW goal. When Everal Trapp finds Deon McCauley inside the danger zone, the super striker beats one, beats two, but then gets stripped by the double team could have been playing down to the completion. The press continues when Andres Makin picks out Jarret Davis—Davis deals to Gabriel Perez whose right away launch is mishandled by the OW keeper. So McCauley pounces; Andrew Allen makes him pay…McCauley nevertheless scores the opener and would continue.

A few minutes later, Jarret Davis gets this chance to double the lead, but is denied by the keeper. Talk about perfection—the service from Everal Trapp is perfect—the right foot volley from Deon McCauley is perfect. Okay the net is not able to contain the force, but it counts anyway as the national team takes a 2-zip lead into intermission. In the opening minutes of the 2nd half, it’s more McCauley. The set up man is Denmark Casey who dances through traffic to pick out McCauley and this poison slices gives him the triple as the A-team leads 3-zip. Complacency is always the enemy guys. Question is where is the defense that allows receiving this ball uncontested to heed it past Glenford Chimilio for to put OW on the scoreboard.

Team Belize immediately regains the 3-zip lead when Jordi Polanco mounts this individual effort that he finishes with a nice right push into the far corner as the national team goes up 4-1. Folks we will say our team has a chance to get past Canada in the away game on September 4th. The Canadian team is better trained, better financed and features a number of high paid professionals. However, their showing on the international scene has been somewhat dismal and at this point they do look vulnerable. Belize must bring out its best game and they must be able to overcome the inevitable double and triple team that will seek to shut down Deon McCauley. Thirdly, the forwards who will benefit off this defensive scheme must come up with goals. It won’t be as easy as that, but it can be done. Win, lose or draw, I’m a Belizean and I know you are too. Go deh Jaguars.

In other football news, the national U-23 selection put a 3-zip hurt on the Orange Walk selection yesterday.

Turning to the basketball scene, we caught up with Saturday’s Interoffice show down between Digicell and BWS Pressure at Bird’s Isle. Lennox Cayetano gets Digicell going in the opening quarter as he battles down low to go glass for 2 of his ten game points. Cayetano posted the only 2 doubles with an impressive 19 boards. Raheem Staine spots up for the triple and lands it. raheem would strike for the game high of 20 pts, but was stymied by 12 turnovers. At the end of the 1st, Digicell leads 13 to 7. Folks, Digicell would never look back. Lupito Acosta top of the key swishes nothing, but cords and would put up 12 pts. Ashley Hemsley played big for BWS Pressure hitting the finger role for 2 of his 9 pts to go along with 8 boards. In heavy traffic, Akeem Trapp gets the putback to fall. His team high 13 pts would give a measure of respect to BWS Pressure as Digicell posts the 53 – 41 big win.

In other scores Saturday night, Heritage bank ran away from Infotel in the 4th to post the 70 to 57 victory and Belikin bombed Generals in a 57 to 35 final score.

We also caught up with the Puppy Leslie U-18 Basketball Championship at Bird’s Isle as Hoop Dreams and Light and peace fought for the 2015 title. It’s Kevan Evans of Hoops Dreams with the putback for 2 of his 11 game pts—the team high. Jordan Usher then changes pace to land this bucket for 2 of his 9 pts. However, here comes Light and Peace Shaquan Valerio who sticks with this play to stick the putback and would record a 2 doubles of 16 pts 15 rebounds. Holdane Swazo lands this 3 and would strike for the game high 13 pts. In the meantime, this dunk is legit as Kevan Evans raises up to slam the putback home. Down the road folks, it was just too much Light and Peace. Holdane Swazo comes up with this acrobatic shot as Light and Peace begin to pull away.

Down low, Valerio deals to Godfrey Arnold who goes glass and would tally a 2 doubles of 12 pts 10 rebounds. Arnold comes back and gets the easy 2. Light and Peace grabs the title in a 58 to 49 final score and we say congratulations. At the U-14 level, Belize bank Bulldogs grabbed the championship with a 62 to 59 decision over Light and peace. In the meantime, we say congratulations to Godfrey Arnold who emerged with MVP honors at the U-18 level. And we leave you with the image of the victorious U-18 champions, Light and Peace, with competition presenter, Darwin Puppy Leslie in the middle. Good Show guys.

Jah over all, I’m James Adderley.

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#506593 - 08/11/15 06:02 AM Re: James Adderley's weekly sports update [Re: Short]
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Weekend Sporting Highlights with James Adderley

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

The jockey for position going into the Interoffice Basketball League Championships continued Friday night with Belikin and BWS Pressure facing off in a ballgame that could put Belikin into the #1 slot on Saturday night’s ticket. It’s the beer setting the pace early as Kadeem Olivera dishes to his Captain Darren Neal who glasses 2 of his 9 game points; he believes he’s fouled, but he ain’t the referee. BWS answers as Wordsworth Lucas links up with Luis Barcelona who would give his team 16 pts and it’s a 3 pt lead for the Water Company at the end of the 1st. in the 2nd, Michael Staine grabs the beard and launches the quarterback pass to Kadeem Olivera who smashes it home with emphasis. Olivera is the go to man for Belikin tonight and again, he delivers the dunk. He would lead all platers with 28 pts.

However at the end of the 3rd quarter, it’s BWS with the 44 to 38 lead. Olivera leads the Belikin charge in the 4th and with this shot his team is down by 1. In a ballgame of shifting momentums, Luis Barcelona restores the lead for BWS. Nevertheless, when Michael Staine gets rid of the defense for the easy 2, it looks like Belikin has sealed the win. Staine would total 8 pts. Tied at 54 apiece, Akeem Trapp who would strike for the game high gets the chance to give BWS Pressure the win from the free throw line—he misses both, so we’re off to overtime. This triple by Leroy Forbes applies pressure by BWS. Forbes comes away with 9 pts in this one. Folks, credit Ashley Hemsley with this big time steal—he deals to Leroy Forbes and it’s a big bucket for the Pressure, who go on to take the ballgame in a 67 to 63 big W.

Both teams would nevertheless move on to the playoffs which gets off on the 14th of August at the island. In other results from the weekend, Belikin suffered 2 losses going to wire, falling to Central Bank in a 78 to 75 decision Saturday night. Belize bank Bulldogs got trounced by Atlantic Bank 61 to 51. Central Bank also tumbled after getting trashed by Infotel 55 to 43 and Heritage Bank knocked off BWS Pressure 59 to 57. The opening round of the playoffs find Heritage facing Belikin, while the Belize Bank Bulldogs will battle BWS Pressure on the 14th of August. Meanwhile on the 15th, it’s Central Health in action against Digicell 4G and Central bank will take aim at Atlantic Bank.

In football news, we caught up with money time in the Cayo District Female Competition with Rising Stars taking aim at Real West Strikers. Shantel Robinson takes aim at Yanira Duarte in the opening minutes only to see the left foot strike inch outside the sticks. It’s Shantel Robinson again on the attack and this time she beats Duarte. Leonella Chuch gets the last touch, but the ball had already crossed the line. Rising Starts take the 1-nil lead at the 8th minute. When this pass filters through to Renai Augustine and she puts it away to give the stars a 2-zip lead. Real West Strikers looks to get on the scoreboard in 2nd half play. Natasha Tillett with the perfect pass to Vicky Ponce who fails to convert but does get the attention of goalkeeper, Jasmine Armstrong.

Late in 2nd half action, the breakthrough for the Strikers comes thanks to this individual effort from Vicky Ponce who outruns the defense to push the ball past a diving Jasmine Armstrong for the 2-1 score. That’s all she wrote as Rising Stars FC takes the title and we say congratulations. Guess what, the Stars were so confident going in that they had already printed their championship shirts. Naomi Gamboa of Rising Stars walked away with MVP honors. Midfielder award went to Julie Ponce of Real Strikers. Most goal for regular season was taken by Kimberly Perez of the Lucky Strikers and Shamaya Calez of Rising Stars received the most goal scored in the playoffs.

In other football news, play in 9 a side football at Caye Caulker saw Lizard Juice double Rainbow 2 to 1; Caye Caulker Boys bombed Tsunami 5-zip, while CC United and Danger Boys battled to a 1-nil stalemate.

On the softball scene, action in the Belize Rural Softball Tournament – UB Jaguars pounced on winless Country Rose in a 17-6rout. Lord’s Bank Sunrise melted Easy Does It 16 to 9 and Double Head Cabbage blanked Willows Bank 12-zip.

Finally in cycling news, Raymond Singh won the 6 to 8 years race in the C-Ray Youth Summer Races staged yesterday on Princess Margaret Drive, beating out Devin Major who took 2nd and Kofi Smith took 3rd. At the 9 to 12 age group, Derrick brown took top honor. Daejon Miles took second and Keon Staine 3rd. The 13 to 15 bracket brought a hotly contested 6-man sprint taken by Nashan Ysaguirre edging out Shawn Codd and Shaquirre Tillett. In the 16 to 18 years class, Nashen Ysaguirre, on the outside, sprints in for top honors beating out Kaydine Pinelo and Shaquirre Tillett.

Jah over all, I’m James Adderley.

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#506749 - 08/18/15 06:14 AM Re: James Adderley's weekly sports update [Re: Short]
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Football and Cycling Over the Weekend

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

Verdes FC begins its sojourn into the 2015 CONCACAF Champions Tournament tomorrow, Tuesday, with a home stand against the Mexican professional team, Gallos Blancos de Queretero inside the F.F.B. Stadium at 8 p.m. Verdes is grouped with Queretero and San Francisco in a 3-team race for a spot inside the 8 team quarter finals. Head coach, Marvin ottley was pretty upbeat about Tuesday’s match against the Mexican visitor. National Team player, Deon McCauley looks forward to a good performance by Verdes. But here’s what we know about Queretero. They defeated the Panama’s San Francisco at home in the series opener 2 to nothing and they utilized a 4-5-1 formation. Here’s a peak at that August 4th outing…Emmanuel Villa climbs the ladder to give Gallos Blancos the 1-nil lead at the 60th minute. And thenVictor Milke pounces on this loose ball inside the box for the 2-zip victory. Besides these 2, Verdes will have to mark midfielder, Danilinko, the left winger Camilo Sanvesse, #10 Sinha and William – both play in the middle. This Saturday, Belmopan Bandits will be at the F.F.B. Stadium facing Wagiya while at the Michael Ashcroft, Placencia will host FC Belize—both at 7:30 p.m. On Sunday, the B.D.F. takes to the MCC against Verdes at 3:30 p.m.

In other football news, play in the PLB 2015/16 Season got off over the weekend. On Saturday, Verdes was held to a 1-1 stalemate by Placencia at the Norman Broaster and at the Michael Ashcroft, Wagiya opened by bombing the B.D.F. in a 5-1 blast. Meanwhile, the match between Police and the Belmopan Bandits has been pushed forward to Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. inside the F.F.B. Stadium. We also took in yesterday’s Cayo 1st Division clash between Universal hardware and Lower Dover FC. Some 20 minutes in, Jared Rudon sinks this ball behind Allen Molina in the Lower Dover goal to give Universal Hardware the 1-zip lead. Folks, we’re at the 50th minute when this set piece finds Alejandro Aguirre and his header doubles the Universal lead.

Collin Burgess tries to pull one back for Lower Dover off this set piece only to see the launch inch over the crossbar. Meanwhile, give Noel Hyde the assist when he heads this ball to Melvin Calderon who buries it into the net to get Lower Dover on to the scoreboard. Emerson Orellano restores the 2 goal lead at the 65th minute for Universal when he outruns the defense; there’s nothing Allen Molina can do. It’s a 3-1 score. Make it 4 to 1 when Orellano finds Gregorio Lima who makes the tap in look easy. Noel Hyde gets on to the scoreboard with this individual effort but it wasn’t enough as Universal Hardware FC takes the 4-2 big Win. In the other feature over the weekend, Heartz FC doused Flame FC in a 5-4 squeaker. Looking to Friday, Bullet Tree aims at Westrac while on Saturday, Quintas FC takes on Penarol and Astros will battle Olympus.

Checking the C-Ray Youth Summer Races: Jayden Tillett won the 3 to 5 years race beating out Khamani Morrison and Jadah Muschamp. Raymond Singh continues to shine in the 6 to 8 years class winning again. Damine Myles is 2nd wile Devin Major finishes 3rd. at the 9 to 12 category, Derrick Brown wins in uncontested fashion, while Kenyon Stanford rolls in for 2nd and Jahmai Scott pulls up in 3rd place. In the 13 to 15 years race, Gian Lino and Sherwin Requeña both posted the same time, but Lino gets the nod. Joshua Fuller settles for 3rd place. now here’s the start for the 12 laps featuring 16 to 18 year old riders and it’s quite an impressive field. It’s a 5-man sprint for the big W and Kaydine Pinelo is the clear winner and he leaves no doubt. Stephen Cabral is 2nd and Sherwin Requeña is 3rd. Dylan Belisle won the 3 man mountain bike/beach cruiser race. Erion Brown took 2nd and Christian Smith pulled up 3rd.

Jah over all, I’m James Adderley.

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#506896 - 08/25/15 06:17 AM Re: James Adderley's weekly sports update [Re: Short]
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Weekend Sporting Highlights With James Adderley

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

Fresh off the scoreless draw against Gallos Blanco of Queretero, Verdes FC got back to tending its business in the PLB Season, facing the Belize Defense Force inside the MCC Grounds yesterday. It would have been a magical start in the opening minutes when Delroy Andrews deals to San Leobardo Mendez whose attempt to score falls short, but watch Darrel Lambey streak in and can you believe he fails to open the scoreboard from pointblank range. The B.D.F. fires back with this long distance low cruise missile from Nunez that just inches past the far post of Yusef Guerra’s goal.

Verdes continues its search for goal off this nice set piece delivery by Jesus Petino to Delroy Andrews whose header is only denied by a magnificent save from B.D.F. keeper Tevin Gamboa. It’s more of the green machine when Deon McCauley sets up Darrel Lambey and again the finish is lacking. Folks we’re 9 minutes into 2nd half when Jesus Petino centers into the danger zone, the B.D.F. fails to clear properly so the deadly Deon McCauley jumps on it to give Verdes the 1-zip lead. Verdes then looks to double the lead with this right foot offering from Yoras Silva who is denied by Tevin Gamboa. Delroy Andrews leads Deon McCauley for this attempt at goal, but again Gamboa turns the threat away. The B.D.F. tries to level the score off this set piece, but the launch from John King fails to dip in time.

It’s getting late, so drums reach out to the B.D.F. with some urgency. The drums night have been saying—hey guys, you have to capitalize on the opportunities that present themselves but it falls on deaf ears on this occasion. Of course it is never over till it’s over. At the 82nd minute, John King steps up to this set piece almost on the touch line and finds Orlando Trapp whose half volley forces the 1-1 tie. Verdes FC has now stalemated in its last 3 outings including the scoreless Champion League draw with Queretero. On the 17th of September, Verdes will be hosted at Mexico and then 22nd they’ll be inside the F.F.B. stadium against San Francisco of Panama with the away game set for 22nd October at Panama.

In other results from around the league, Wagiya got shot up by a 2-1 loss to the bandits at Belmopan while the Placencia Assassins clash with FC Belize failed to materialize as FC Belize did not meet the league’s requirements to participate which means it is a 6 team competition. On Saturday, at 7:30 p.m., inside the Michael Ashcroft, Wagiya take aim at Police. At San Ignacio, Verdes will host Belmopan Bandits on Sunday in a 4 p.m. start while also on Sunday, it’s a 3 p.m. start for the B.D.F. – Placencia Assassin match inside the MCC Grounds. Now here’s a reminder that the national male football selection kicks off round 3 play in the World Cup Qualifiers at the BMO Field in Toronto against the their Canadian counterparts on September 4th. The home match is scheduled for September 8th.

Turning to the basketball scene, the BDBA firms Tournament play offs is into full swing. Friday night at the Bird’s Isle, Belize Bank Bulldogs took on Central Health in a bid to make the finals. Roscoe Rhys finds Rupert Brown outside the arc who swishes in the triple and would tie for the Bulldogs team high with 22 pts. At the other end, Neil Nicholson knows what to do with the pill as he penetrates into the heart of the Bank’s defense with the answer. No doubt, Neil Nicholson can deliver big points as he beats everybody to the glass for 2 more –he would finish with the game high 33 pts going 12 for 19 from the field, 6 for 10 from the 3-pt area and 3 for 5 from the free throw line which earned him the highest efficiency rating of 31. Still at the end of the 1st quarter, the Bulldogs lead Central Health 17 to 12.

The Bulldogs lead balloon in the 2nd…Tarique Gabb finds Brian White who gets 2 and would tie for the team high with 22 pts and would lead all players with 8 rebounds for an efficiency rating of 30. Tarique Gabb beats Central Health down court for the easy 2 and would finish with 11. Health works this 3-man play with to perfection. Travis Bernardez to Steven Wade and Lonnie Trapp finishes. Nevertheless, the Bulldogs has extended the lead to 15 at the half. But here comes Central Health—Travis Bernardez penetrates for 2 and would finish with 11 pts. Mr. Nicholson remains solid as he works to bring his team back. At the end of 3, we’ve got a ballgame with the Bulldogs lead down to 4. With 3:07 remaining in the ballgame, Neil Nicholson makes it a 1 pt game with this triple.

With 13 seconds to the finals, Rupert Brown sinks 2 cruicial free throws for the Bank. Down by 3, Nicholson on look to the tie with the triple—it rims out Belize Bank Bulldogs is off to the 3-game final with a 71 to 68 big win. Also making the playoffs, Central Bank who crushed Heritage Bank 82 to 68 after getting a monster 32 pts from Leslie Jacobs, 21 from Dave Apolonio and 15 pts, 8 rebounds from Farron Louriano. High man for Heritage was Marvin Shute with 19 while Winston Pratt struck for 14 but it’s bye-bye. Meanwhile, game I of the finals got off on Saturday with the Bulldogs shutting down Central Bank 60 to 42 on 16 pts from Rupert Brown and 11 apiece from Brian White and Roscoe Reese. Game II is set for Friday and Game III if necessary comes up on Saturday.

In cycling news, we go to the finish of the Weekend Warriors Cat C 4 laps 30 mile race on the Bermudian Landing Circuit and its Enrique Morales of Caribbean Tyres edging out teammate Alejandro Morales for top honors while Eustace Ireland of Lampaz held on to 3rd place. In the A/B 40 miler, Robert Mariano of Digicell 4G made it look easy as he cruises in for the big win. Kareem Flowers of Santino’s secures 2nd place edging out Kent Gabourel of Megabytes, Jack Suther of Digicell 4G and mark Gentle in that order. In the B class, Santi Castillo took top honors, Ryan Willoughby of Smart finished 2nd and Warren Coye of Santino’s rounds out the top 3.

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#507075 - 09/01/15 06:29 AM Re: James Adderley's weekly sports update [Re: Short]
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Sporting Highlights with Veteran Sportscaster James Adderley

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

On Friday night, Central Bank forced a decisive 3rd game for the Interoffice Firms Division Basketball title with a 70 to 67 win over the Belize Bank Bulldogs. 24 hours later, the matter got settled at Bird’s Isle and there was no room for error. Roscoe Rhys got Belize Bank started with the big triple and would put up 11 pts and more importantly led his team with a game high 5 assists. Here’s one of them as he threads the needle to Tarique Gabb who was on fire leading his team with 23 pts. Gab who hits the 3-pointer here would set the pace for Belize Bank to show a 21-8 lead at the end of the 1st quarter.

Central bank turns to their go to man to get back into the ballgame. He trails this missed shot and goes lefty off the glass for 2. This turnaround jumper by Louriano is a thing of beauty and he would have a spectacular outing of 28 pts 19 rebounds—both game highs. Leslie Jacob also got going as he hits the long deuce for 2 of his 17 game points. And indeed Central bank is right back in the ballgame at half time only 6 points down. However, in the 3rd quarter, the bank breaks out big time; Mister Brian White powers his way through traffic and use the glass for 2. White then displays his versatility travelling base line to finish with the left hand. White would make heads turn with 22 pts 11 boards and the Bulldogs boast an 18 pts lead at the end of 3.

Brian White continues his torrid pace in the 4th, grabbing the rebound and sinking the put back. Congratulations to Mr. White who was voted MVP. Farron Louriano played his heart out for Central Bank and would tie. Brian White’s 38 efficiency rating in game 3 but the 71 to 57 final score gives Belize Bank the 2015 Interoffice title and we say congratulations. Meanwhile folks, it was a sweet weekend for the Belize Bank as we head into the national softball tournament which got off at Roger’s Stadium Friday evening. The Belize Bank got into Sunday’s finals after falling to B.T.L. in the opening round, while B.T.L. arrived with an unblemished record in 3 ballgames. Folk’s there is an intense rivalry between these 2 teams with Belize Bank beating B.T.L. in the 3-game finals for the Belize District title.

In the national competition, a 2-game loss automatically eliminated the teams so it was absolutely necessary for Belize Bank to survive game 1 of the finals and they did in a 14-13 squeaker in overtime. So we’re into the final showdown on a beautiful Sunday afternoon. Kenreen Gillette, pitching for the bank, faces Barbara Cadle with Lydia Cacho at 3rd. Cadle gets the double—Cacho easily scores and it’s a 1-nil lead for the telephone company. In the meantime, Kenisha Sutherland on the mound for B.T.L. was cruising along until she ran into Ashley Lucas on the 3rd with 2 on. This single up the middle brings home Greta Davis to tie the score. Lisa Jones then hits this roller to 3rd base; Beverly Hyde does not hold Cindy Joseph on base and the out at first allows Joseph to make it a 2-1 lead for the bank. Meanwhile, Marsha Willis ball to shortstop should have been handled by Noricia Frazier whose fumble allows Ashley Lucas to tack on another. In the top of the 4th, Ashley Lucas sends this pitch to left field to bring in Greta Davis from 3rd for the 4-1 lead. In the bottom of the 5th Noricia Frazier wallops Kenreen Gillette with this only homerun of the ballgame to make it a 4-2 deficit for B.T.L.  We’re in the bottom of the 7th and the score is 5 to 2. Noricia Frazier with power to the outfield brings in Lydia Cacho all the way from 1st base. Ruth Lamb then comes up with this fly ball to bring home Noricia Frazier from 3rd and we’ve got a 5-4 ballgame with 1 out to go. The pressure is on Kenreen Gillette when she faces Martha Rhys. The roller to Lisa Torres at 3rd is handled in routine fashion by Lisa Jones and the throw to 1st records the 3rd out. Big respect to the Belize Bank who hold on to the 5-4 lead to take the 2015 national title.

We now take you out to yesterday’s Lionman Triathlon event here in Belize City and here is Brandon Santos with the best time of 23 minutes 2 seconds in the 1500 meteres swim. Eric Donis and Jordan Santos would pull up for 2nd and 3rd, 2 minutes 5 seconds later. The only female in the hunt, Kiara Eiley, pulled up 3rd from out the water. Kent Gabourel might have finished 8th in the swim, 7 minutes behind the stage winner but on the bicycle, he sure made up time winning in 1 hr. 3 mins; the 40K ride. In fact, the defending champion was well prepared because in the run, his time of 35 minutes in the 10 kilometers run was truly impressive and Kent Gabourel retains his Lionman title in 2015 in an overall time of 2 hrs 15 minutes. Amen Figueroa was his closest finisher 1 minute off the pace for 2nd place. and Eric Donis holds on to 3rd place overall in the male class with his total time of 2hours 19 minutes. Former champion, Kenroy Gladden had to settle for 4th place 8 mins 23 seconds off the pace. And Jody Williams rounds out the top 5. Of course Kiara Eiley was unchallenged with her time of 3 hours 5 minutes as she takes the ladies individual title. Jordan Santos won the Junior title; Ramon Figueroa prevailed in the masters class and the mixed Riley Team category was taken by Alicia Thompson, Anshon Leslie and Derick Conorquie.

In the weekend warriors A & B class which ran 48 miles, Preston Martinez of Kulture Tours took top honors, edging out his teammate, Wilbert Jones, who settles for 2nd and Mark Reid of Santino’s rounds out the top 3. In the C Class 36 mile ride, Valentine Sosa of Truckers grabbed the W; Marlon Richie of Kulture Tours and Enrique Morales of Caribbean finished 3rd.

In Billiards news, we say congratulations to Miramar team of Corozal featuring Audibaldo Monima, Alex Cho and Rodolfo Alvarez who crushed Elements of Belize City to win the 18th annual Belikin 8 Ball tournament staged at the Corozal Center over the weekend. Meanwhile folks, the 9th annual Kulture Tours 68 mile Cycling Race travelled from Leslie’s Imports through the Boom Road to the Crooked Tree junction and turn around to finish at mile 24 on the Northern Highway. Here’s the start. We are fortunate to have pictures of the finish of the elite race and it’s Brandon Cattouse of C-Ray grabbing the win in the field sprint, forcing Nissan Arana into 2nd, Ron Vasquez into 3rd and Oscar Quiroz fourth—All of Western Spirit. Meanwhile, Jasmar Guerra of Team Alliance rounds out the top 5.

Finally in football news, in PLB play, Wagiya FC and Police battled to a 2-all stalemate Saturday night at Independence, while on Sunday, B.D.F. and Placencia settled for a 1-1 tie and Verdes really punished the Belmopan Bandits in a 6-1 blast. However, this game is under protest because allegedly, Verdes FC used 5 international players in the blow-out. Stay tuned.

Looking ahead, plat in the PLB resumes on September 12th because of the departure of the national team. Wagiya will host Verdews FC and Placencia Assassins travel to Belmopan. On the 13th September, Police will battle the B.D.F. inside the Norman Broaster Stadium.

In closing, folks out national male football team wade into unchartered waters as they leave tomorrow for its September 4th date with the Canadian national team. The return match is scheduled for Tuesday, September 8th at the F.F.B. Stadium. Win, lose or draw, I’m a Belizean and you are too. Goh deh Jaguars.

Jah over all, I’m James Adderley.

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#507281 - 09/08/15 05:50 AM Re: James Adderley’s weekly sports update [Re: Short]
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Sporting Highlights with James Adderley

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

Toronto Canada was the scene where the national male football selection at 5:30 p.m. Friday Belize time, took on the Canadian national team in the 3rd round of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers. It’s the farthest Belize has ever been in World Cup play and Belizeans all over the world felt the surge of national pride. Here at home, the fans had high expectations for at least a good showing in the away game in this 2-game series. In front of the home fans, the Canadian team, under pressure after recent losses, came out with a sense of purpose and quickly established its dominance. 10 minutes Woodrow West in goal was severely tested by this vicious punch from outside the 18 and he passed with flying colors. Folk’s by the 17th minute, it had become abundantly clear that all the possession and offense in the match would belong to Canada since team Belize had come in with a decidedly defensive game plan. At the 25th minute, this center off the left wing found the head of Cyle Farin, goalkeeper West makes the stop, the ball is loose. Tosaint Ricketts pounces and the host team leads 1-zip. Slow motion footage reveals that it’s West’s frantic effort to come up with the save that pushes the ball across the goal line. But Ricketts gets the credit. In this play, West is forced to sacrifice his body to keep the score at 1-zip in 1st half action and if you didn’t see any Belize highlights so far there hasn’t been any except for the splendid goalkeeping of Woodrow West. 19 minutes after the intermission, the Canadian strike again; this center finds Tosaint Ricketts and he smacks it home from pointblank range for the 2-nil score and his 2nd goal of the match. How great was Woodrow West in goal…well watch this quick time reaction to force this vicious punch from Edgar on top of the 18 out of harm’s way. Folks the camera almost missed the 3rd goal which comes off the ensuring corner kick and this is what we get from the replay.

The ball reaches #7 who sends it into the danger area; the Belize defense reacts poorly and #13 Hutchinson makes it a 3-zip victory for the Canadians. Folk’s 2 things we must say; the Belize offense did not sputter it was non-existent. And secondly, the overall play was defective. Of course it’s not over till it’s over. Game II comes up tomorrow at the F.F.B. stadium with a 8 p.m. kickoff time and home-cooking can make a work of a difference. We can beat this team, but we can’t win without attacking the goal. Go for it Jaguars; we’re facing a 3-zip deficit.

In other football news, play resume in the PLB season this weekend. on Saturday, Wagiya FC battles Verdes FC at the Michael Ashcroft while Belmopan Bandits will be inside the F.F.B. Stadium hosting the Placencia Assassins – both 7:30 p.m. start. On Sunday, Verdes will host the Police inside the Norman Broaster. Now here’s a reminder, Verdes FC travels to Queretero Mexico for game II of its CONCACAF Championships series on the 17th of September and will return on the 22nd.

Turning to the Belize Rural Cricket scene, it proved to be quite a monster showdown between Wicked II and Easy Does It on Saturday at Bermudian Landing. Wicked II batted first and posted 122 runs on impressive 55 runs from Winston Flowers and Teed Flowers struck for 12. Easy Does It came to bat determined to chase. Herbert Banner stepped up for his team with power, swatting this offering from the bowler for 6 that goes behind a house near the venue. You don’t believe he’s a monster, well here’s another 6 and the girls do know how to appreciate power in motion. We’re tied at 122 with 1 out to go and this swing is good for 4. Herbert Banner would bat in 57 runs; Easy Does It in a 126 to 122 win and we say Mister Man, you big.

In cycling news, the 7th annual Weekend Warriors’ Albert/Regent St Criterium was staged yesterday. Derrick Brown of B.T.L. celebrates his win in the 8 to 10 years 2 laps ride beating out Anthony Rudon and Kayden Sutherland in that order. The 15 laps C-Class ride was decided by this 3-man sprint that sees Estephany Cruise of Sagitun on the outside forcing a game Charles Bruce into 2nd while Edward of Stationery House/Medina’s had to settle for 3rd. meanwhile, Mark Reid of Santino’s leaves no doubt who is in command of the Category B 20 laps ride as he crosses the finish line unaccompanied. In the battle for 2nd place, Kaya Cattouse of C-Ray steps up the pressure to force Juan Gonzalez of Santino’s into 3rd. Santi Castillo then outsprints Ray Cattouse for 4th place as we round out the top 5.

In the 25 laps Category A ride, Kareem Flowers of Santino’s takes the Win; ken Gabourel of Kulture Tours/Megabytes hangs on to 2nd, Ray Cattouse of C-Ray rolls in for 3rd place. Vallan Symms then pulls out the after burners to take Robert Mariano for 4th place. Now here’s the start for the Elite 15 laps and it’s a field deep with talent. In money time, it’s Byron Pope of Benny’s Megabytesemerging the boss with an exclamation. His 2 teammates, Tariq Flowers and Phillip Leslie, settle for 2nd and 3rd respectively, while Quinton Hamilton and Darnell Barrow roll in for 4th and 5th in that order.

Jah over all, I’m James Adderley.

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Sporting Highlights with James Adderley

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

We take you out immediately to the Norman Broaster Stadium inside scenic San Ignacio where Police FC hosted an old rival, the Belize Defense Force in a ballgame that found both ball clubs looking for a 1st season win in 3 tries. The police look to open off this corner kick from Carlton Thomas that forces Tevin Gamboa to come up with a necessary touch. Kafu Roches then gets this open look at goal only to be denied by a divine save from Tevin Gamboa. At the other end, Paul Nunez gets this chance to give the army the opener but it turns out to be a high riser. Give props to Harrison Roches who shows range when he smacks this set piece against the crossbar of the goal defended by Jamie Brooks.

So we go to 2nd half and Osmar Duran’s launch of this set piece gets a deflection off the wall that almost gives the B.D.F. the opening goal. The Police responds off this set piece triggered by Andres Makin; Tevin Gamboa can’t come up with the save but recovers in time to prevent Jerome Belisle from scoring. Folks, some 30 minutes into the closing half, Andres Makin mounts this individual effort off the left wing and the finish is a thing of beauty as Police takes the 1-zip lead. Carlton Thomas then looks to double the Police with this penetration that produces a power punch foiled by a big time save from Tevin Gamboa. The B.D.F. thinks they’ve come up with the equalizer when Adgar Adderley sends this ball at goal; Shane Flores reaches it with a perfect slice that tangles inside the net only to be denied by the offside ruling of the linesman. Police records the 1-zip big win in regulation play.

In other results from the weekend, Placencia Assassins burned Wagiya 3 to 2 and Verdes handled the bandits in a 3-1 blast. Looking to the weekend, only 1 match is scheduled. On Saturday, Placencia Assassins will host Police at 7:30 p.m. to complete a back match. This is because Verdes leaves for Queretero Mexico to face the Gallos Blanco in Game II of its CONCACAF Champions series tomorrow. The ballgame is set for Thursday, the 17th. Verdes and Queretero settled for a scoreless draw in Game I. Meanwhile, Verdes FC begins its 2 game series with San Francisco FC of Panama on the 22nd September. The current standings show Queretero leading with 4 pts from 3 outings. San Francisco has 3 pts from 2 outings while Verdes shows 1 pt from its only appearance so far.

In cycling news, we take you to the start of the Weekend Warriors 2nd series which leaves 10 miles and heads to the hilly terrain at Armenia to conclude the 40 mile ride. Isaiah Willacy and Preston Martinez grab command of the pace around mile 25. The lead duo continues to lead as the race passes through the Belmopan Junction. The on-the-road alliance concludes some half mile from the finish line when Preston Martinez opts for the solo flight. Preston Martinez of Kulture Tours/Megabytes crosses the finish line uncontested for top honors in 2 hours 7 minutes 22 seconds. Isaiah Willacy of FT Williams rolls in for 2nd place and also scoops up 1st place in Category B. 39 seconds later, Category A rider, Kent Bob Gabourel claims 3rd place overall. Kareem Flowers of Santino’s takes 4th place, while B Class rider, Mark Lisbey of FT Williams rounds out the top 5. In the 30 mile C Class ride, Alejandro Morales of Caribbean Tires took top honors in 2 hours 10 minutes. His teammate, Enrique Morales grabbed 2nd place and Edward Blanc of Stationery House/Medina’s finished 3rd.

Jah over all, I’m James Adderley.

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#507693 - 09/23/15 06:35 AM Re: James Adderley’s weekly sports update [Re: Short]
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James Adderley and the Weekend Sporting Highlights

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

Last Thursday, Verdes FC sojourned into Mexico for its away match with Queretaro’s Gallos Blancos and this early goal by Kevin Gutierrez at the 15th minute might have gotten the green machine off its game plan. This is a wicked goal that leaves goalkeeper, Benito Morreira without option and might have exposed glaring weaknesses in the Verdes defensive posture. 6 minutes later, this corner kick bugs the commitment of the Verdes defense which allows Emmanuel Villa, the Argentinean, to squeeze through with a header for the 2-zip lead. Villa strikes again in the opening minutes of 2nd half with this nicely timed run to make it 3-nil. When Villa scores his 3rd at the 53rd minute, it becomes obvious that the Verdes defense would be hard pressed to contain him. The Argentinean professional would finish with 5 goals scored. It was a bad lose for Verdes, but with back to back wins against San Francisco FC of Panama, our team can total 7 pts. Queretaro has concluded its schedule with 7 pts while San Francisco, the Panamanian team, comes into tonight’s ballgame with 3 pts. Verdes is still alive people and they deserve our support especially in this home stand.

In other football news, the only PLB match over the weekend saw Devon Makin’s 15th minute goal hold up to blank the Placencia Assassins in a 1-zip blast. Looking to Week 5, Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. inside the Michael Ashcroft, Wagiya will host Placencia while on Sunday at 3:30 p.m. at the MCC Grounds, the B.D.F. will battle the Belmopan Bandits and out at the Norman Broaster Stadium, Verdes FC takes on Police United.

Checking the U-13 Mundialito at orange Walk with Vibes Alive facing Minions—we’re in 2nd half play when Allison Torres fires at Minion’s goal; Justin Lopez punches it out to Luis Sosa who makes him pay for the 1-zip lead. Sosa gets a chance to double his tally in this one on one with Lopez, but the rebound reaches Carlos Canelo who puts it home for the 2-nil Vibes Alive win. In the other matchup, Zidane Escalante opened the scoring to give Juventus a 1-nil over lead Young School in 1st half, but Young School replied with goals from Allen Castillo, Calvin Reid and Esmer Vasquez to force the 3-1 big win.

In basketball news, we caught up with the BECOL U-23 Cayo Basketball League Saturday night as Santiago Juan Warriors took on the Spartans. Jeffrey Carrillo, Captain of the Warriors, penetrates on a solo effort to bank it off the backboard for 2 of his game high 20 pts. Julio Sabido looks down court and finds Vijan Scott, who breaks the 16-16 tie in the 2nd quarter. Scott would lead Spartans with 17 pts. On this Spartans possession, Arren Roaches finds Julio Sabido who strikes for 2 of his 12 game pts and at the half, the Spartans rule in a 24 to 19 score. In the 3rd, Elvar Arriola heats up in the 3rd as he hits this long deuce for 2 of his 10 game points. Jeffrey Carrillo steps up in his role of Captain for 2. At the end of 3, we’re tied at 34 pts apiece.

We’ve got some 15 seconds to long whistle when Jimmy Carrillo gives the warriors a 1pt lead from the clarity stripe. It would hold up for the 44-43 big win for the Santiago Juan Warriors. In other results from the league, in over 35 play, Yabra crushed Belmopan 73 to 33 and Roaring Creek’s Special Effects dropped Invaders 44 to 36. In the senior division, panthers got over Snipers 72 to 63 and Falcon Ballers beat Flavas 57 to 48 and Benque Power ran past RCV Stallions 62 to 49.

Jah over all, I’m James Adderley.

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#507872 - 09/29/15 06:32 AM Re: James Adderley’s weekly sports update [Re: Short]
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The Weekend Sports Highlights with James Adderley

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

It appears the PLB football National Completion had hit a rough spot as none of the advertised match was played over the weekend. It probably has something to do with the Belmopan Bandits protest which charged Verdes F.C. with the contravention of the PLB rules by exceeding the three player limit, fielding all of six foreigners, in the 6-1 loss over three weeks ago. There also might be other issues that has led to their unforeseen break and we have been made to understand that the upcoming schedule could suffer the same fate if some closure is not reached. We do hope cooler heads prevail and the season could be successfully concluded. Week five’s schedule looks like this Saturday 32st September at 7:30 PM Placencia Assassins play host to Wagiya inside the Michael Ashcroft while on Sunday Verdes FC Faces Police United at the Norman Broaster in a 4:00 PM start and at the MCC Grounds the Belize Defence Force battles Belmopan Bandits.
In the meantime we must give enough respect to Verdes FC who came back from a devastating loss at Queretaro of Mexico to edge San Francisco FC of Panama in an exciting 2-1 big W last Tuesday.  From our viewpoint it’s an amazing comeback. Verdes now is in second place with four points, Queretaro leads with 7 and San Francisco is in third place. A win by Verdes on the 22nd October at Panama could five those seven points to finish tied in the three team group with the Mexican team. History will show that this performance by Verdes is the best in a CONCACAF Champions competition.

Turning to the karate scene the Cayo Shotokan Karate Club celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary by hosting its seventh Invitational International Karate Championship at the Falcon Field inside San Ignacio Town featuring forty-five athletes from Belize, El Salvador and Guatemala. Felicito Lopez of Belize had his moments in the Kumite Finals for seniors, flooring Alfredo Callejos of El Salvador. But he had no answer for the speed and foot accuracy of Callejos and the scoreboard indicates the dominance of the visiting athlete with the 10 to 1 result. Felicito Lopez takes silver. Meanwhile the battle for third found a Belizean in the hunt for bronze. Henry Friesen jumps to the early lead with the facial on Lionel Gonzalez. But Gonzalez rebounds with effective kicks to the body. Did I say effective kicks; well this one does get Friesen’s attention. The bronze goes to Lionel Gonzalez. In the Kumite Jr. Podrick Frazer of Belmopan got the better of Jose Teable of Salvador to earn top honors. The finals between these two were highly contested and the scoreboard record 4 to 2 in favor of the Belizean. Kaylan Dyke of San Ignacio took third place. In the under twenty, Cesar Dyke of Belize edged out Guatemalan Nerwin Garcia for the 10 – 6 gold medal win. Franz of Shotokan Karate Club earned the bronze. Folks the battle for the female Kumite title saw two Belizean Tracy Dyke and Dian Harrison and this display by Tracy Duke might have tipped the balance in favor as she snatches the gold forcing Dian Harrison into Silver. Angelia Zyden then got past Zydia Garcia for the bronze. In the last event Alejandro Aguilar of Guatemala was simply cheerful with his technical display and rightful captured the gold. However Belizean Cesar Dyke gave hi, a run for his money with this wonderful performance but the judges gave him silver. We say congratulations to the Cayo Shotokan Club as it continue to propel the sport to world class.

Finally we turn to the Orange walk finals football competition. Yesterday’s schedule opened with Guinea Grass facing Atlantic Bank. Baeza tries to give here the win in the remaining seconds; she beats 2 to launch this bullet that screams outside the target. So regulation finds a coreless stalemate. Folks after regulation and a round of penalty kicks we’re still tied in this one with on slot remaining. Guinea Grass send to goalkeeper Shaney Betancourt she gets it past Shania Melendez and Guinea Grass gets the W. The game II its Carmelita Young Stars facing Orange Strikers who should have opened the scoreboard with offering but she misses the target. Elvira Cruz then gets this shot from pointblank range and fails to get the job done. Cruz then tries making amend off this set piece but is denied by the keeper. Gisell Corella joins the crew who could get on the score but does not with this shot inside the goal mouth. So we go to second half and tables turn in favor of Carmelita Young Star. Esmeralda can get this nine foot and puts it home for one nil lead. Mercedes Chuc then steps up on this set piece and pins into the net for the Carmelita Stars 2 – zip big W.

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Football, Basketball and Cycling Updates on Sports Monday

Good evening I am James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.

Yesterday’s PLB matchup between the Champions Verdes FC and Police United inside the Norman Broaster Stadium proved to be a nail biter as both teams tried to establish themselves as the team to beat. Orlando Jimenez uses this set piece to get the Police on the scoreboard with a squeeze but Benito Morriera reads the intent. Kafu Roaches then weaves his way through traffic to fire from point blank range and again goalkeeper Morriera is well planted. At the half neither team has done enough to impress the scoreboard. In the second half the action picks up, the Brazilian import handles this center to fire a half volley that isn’t too far off the mark. Verdes continues its hunt for the goal with this set piece launch from Deon McCauley. It doesn’t quite curl which allows Jamie Brook to come up with a comfortable save. Verdes is in the ascendency when Shamir Pacheco triggers this set in front of the goal forcing Jamie Brooks to wish hard for the save. Pacheco comes back to the hunt for goal this time the launch is too high. At the other end Darien Myers punches from outside the eighteen with the left foot only to see the shoot were outside the sticks. Super striker then fires this on the run close range bomb that converts itself into a high riser. Trevor Lennon looks to open the scoreboard for the Police with this grounder from atop the eighteen that just misses the target. Jarrett Davis comes up with a flash of brilliance on this individual effort but the left foot finish lets him down by inches. In the end neither team had done enough to deserve the win so they settle for a scoreless stalemate. In the only other math conducted over the weekend Placencia Assassins wounded Wagiya in a 5 – 2 blast at the Michael Ashcroft Saturday night. The advertised matchup between the BDF and Belmopan Bandits was postponed due to repairs being done inside the MCC Grounds.

Checking the Orange Walk Mundialito we caught up with Saturdays Schedule as Vibes Alive took on Juventus. Vibes Alive grabs the 1 – zip lead when Alex Jose Eco beats the goalkeeper to this ballad slices perfectly. Meet Kale Jones who launches this spot kick like a pro to make it 2 – zip lead in early 2nd half play. Miss Jones then strips the defender and then fires to make it a 3 – nil score. Kale Jones is a talent people and on this play she turns provider dealing perfectly this play to Mark Bainton who knocks it home as Vibes Alive make it a 5 – zip blowout. Meanwhile the nightcap between Belize Team and Centaur Minions was settled by penalty kicks. Justin Lopez the Centaurs keeper comes out to give his team a 1 – zip lead. Aiden Leive to score the only other penalty to give Centaur Minions the 2 – zip lead.

On Saturday Belmopan shook Cayo Interstellas 38 to 9, Benque Power got the default from Belmopan Flames, Panthers beat RCV Stallions 51 to 44 and on Sunday U-23 action saw Mic Roe Light & Peace shut down Warriors 68 to 28. In over 35 play Yabra 63 to Belmopan 30, The Seniors competition Light & Peace Offshore Solutions edged Falcon Ballers 49 to 46.

Looking ahead this Alpha Warriors battle Black Hawks, Belmopan takes on PSU Special Effects and Seniors RCV Stallions face Snipers. On Saturday its Bulldogs against Santiago Juan Warriors, Invaders will tackle Yabra and Panthers takes swing at Light & Peace.

In cycling news, here’s the start to yesterdays Weekend Warriors 40 mile ride from Cotton Tree to Leslies Imports for category A & B riders. Around mile 10 we get a look at the pelathon which remains more or less intact as they streak towards the city. The lead at this point is negligible. At tape time it’s a field sprint and its Robert Mariano of Digicell 4G raising his hands in victory; Kareem Flowers of Santino’s settles for a close second, Palas Joseph of Lampaz is third, Warren Coye of Santino’s is fourth while Barney Brown of Culture Tours/Megabytes rounds out the top five. At B Class Isaiah Willacy of FT Williams takes top honors with Ryan Willoughby of Smart in second and Francis Cassasola of Santino’s in third. In C Class Elden Hyde of Lampaz grabs the top spot with Alejandro Moralez of Caribbean tires second and Eustace  Telford of Lampaz third.

Jah over all, I’m James Adderley.

Channel 5

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