Chandler Castleman Named GSC Player of the Week

first_imgBIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Chandler Castleman of the University of West Florida men’s soccer team was named Gulf South Conference Player of the Week by the league office on Tuesday morning. Castleman recorded a four-point game against Lee on Sunday, which included an assist of Stephen Enderlin’s golden goal that secured a 3-2 win for the Argonauts and snapped a seven-game win streak for the Flames. For information on all UWF Athletics, visit Print Friendly Version The junior forward played a key role in UWF’s four-point week last week, posting two goals and two assists. With that, the Pace, Florida native is tied for the team lead with four goals and 10 points on the year. Castleman will enter UWF’s next game on Sunday at Spring Hill having found the back of the net in each of his previous last two games. The UWF-SHC matchup is set to start at 3:00 p.m. at the UWF Soccer Complex.last_img read more

Seniors share sauna success

first_imgIPGC Pattaya Golf Society at The Links BarPhew!  It ain’t ‘alf hot!  Pattaya Golf Society members took to the tee at Pleasant Valley on Monday, 2nd May with that thought firmly in their minds and the ways in which they could make a stableford round more tolerable and enjoyable.The course was in fine condition with green fairways and consistent, if a little tricky, greens.  Pleasant Valley was well populated, being a public holiday but the group managed to finish within just over four hours.Results saw Murray Edwards and Brian Talbot sharing third place with 30 pints and two other seniors in the field, Aussie Alan Walker and Mr Len shared the win with 31 points each.  The par threes are all a different challenge at Pleasant Valley and the heat/breeze/lethargy all conspired to dismiss the possibility of a birdie ‘2’ being recorded. Jeff Hunt, second in the previous competition found his new driver was suffering in the conditions and found his low score of the day aimed the Booby Bevy in his direction.It was hard work on the day in uncomfortable conditions but a pleasant course, well turned out was a bonus for the group.Fine win for FlynnAnother steamy Wednesday on 4th May saw the Pattaya Golf Society visit Khao Kheow to play a stableford competition on the B and A nines which gave the impression of being in good condition.  True, fairways were green but in reality they were very dry with anaemic grass lying on top of sand and dust.  A sad symptom of the current drought.  Greens however were quite consistent.  The light breeze offered some relief to the incessant waves of heat however.The competition saw John O’Sullivan and Paul Magowan share third place with 28 points whilst Mike King held on to second place with 29 points, which included a birdie ‘2’ on the signature hole, B8.  The day’s winner was Kiwi Alan Flynn and an excellent front nine, which saw two birdie ‘2’s on the B par threes, gave way to a languid back nine which saw him record a total of 31 points.Khao Kheow had been a tough call, as with many other courses in the current conditions.Cooper high and dryOn Friday, 6th May the Pattaya Golf Society visited Mountain Shadow to play a stableford competition on a yellowed and dry course where the lack of rain has left dusty fairways, albeit with some more run than could be expected.  Greens were good however but solid iron play was more of a priority than good putting on the hard fairways.A moderate field saw Aussie Mike Firkin enjoy his first round this trip with a third place finish with 31 points and John O’Sullivan take second with 33 points.  The winner was Mark Cooper whose round was of unarguable quality.  Thirty eight points in conditions such as those was a prodigious effort and he deserved the plaudits of the field back at the presentation in the Links.There were no birdie ‘2’s and the Booby Bevy went to old soldier Alan Walker, so consistent usually, who this time managed a round with ten points on the front and fifteen on the back.  All his tee shots hit the fairway but then …what was I saying about iron play?PGS golfers in quiet moments will be praying for rain over the weekend as many, if not most courses are suffering in the current drought. It’s no longer the fun it should be.last_img read more

Indian Football News: Delhi Dynamos get their first win, Katsumi Yusa scores the quickest…

first_imgAdvertisement 2978NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs9j4xtWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ezcl7( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 8xhnuqWould you ever consider trying this?😱y8zcCan your students do this? 🌚7ysmiRoller skating! Powered by Firework Welcome to another installment of our daily Indian football news. In this section, you will find all the news pertaining to Indian football that happened on the given day.Advertisement In case you missed out on yesterday’s edition, you can check it out here.NEROCA FC pip Churchill Brothers in an enthralling encounterNEROCA’s Katsumi Yusa scored the quickest goal in the I-League historyNEROCA FC pipped Churchill Brothers 2-1 at the Khuman Lampak stadium in Imphal in the 2018-19 Hero I-League. This win takes the Manipuri side to the third position in the points table with 14 points from 8 matches. Churchill Brothers, meanwhile, slip to the fourth place with 13 points from 8 matches.Advertisement Katsumi Yusa drew first blood for NEROCA at the 13th second itself after connecting Aryn Williams’ cross. Churchill Brothers restored the parity at the 37th minute when Khalid Aucho nodded in Dawda ‘s cross.The game was staring at another stalemate before Katsumi Yusa broke the deadlock at the 87th minute. It was again Arys Williams who provided the curling cross that Katsumi Yusa headed in.Advertisement NEROCA will next take on the defending champions Minerva Punjab on 23rd December. Churchill Brothers, on the other hand, will lock horns with East Bengal on 20th December.Katsumi Yusa scores the quickest goal in the I-League/NFL historyKatsumi Yusa etched his name into the history books when he put the ball past the Churchill Brothers’ net in the 13th second. The Japanese scored the quickest goal in the I-League/NFL history, breaking James Moga’s previous record for Pune FC.Churchill Brothers left-back Nalappan Mohanraj’s untimely clearance was cut out by Felix Chidi, who passed it towards Malemngamba Meitei on the left wing. Aryn Williams collected his pass before curling it towards Katsumi Yusa. The Japanese timed his acrobatic header perfectly to send the home fans in euphoria.Shankar Sampingiraj and Nicholas Fernandes had come close to break the South Sudanese’s record earlier. But, they failed via a second and two respectively. The record is now in the name of Katsumi Yusa and, it is expected to stay for a longer time.Real Kashmir FC and Gokulam Kerala share the spoilsReal Kashmir FC and Gokulam Kerala played out an entertaining 1-1 draw at the EMS Stadium in Kozhikode. This draw takes the Srinagar-based side to the second spot on the table, only three points behind the league-leaders Chennai City FC who also have a match in hand.Gokulam Kerala, meanwhile, is sixth on the table with 10 points from 8 matches. Needless to say, it has hurt the title aspirations of the club immensely.Pritam Singh scored an acrobatic goal at the 20th minute to give the home side the lead. The away side launched in long balls from the center of the park but, it proved to be futile. It was Surchandra Singh who equalized for the visitors as he rocketed the ball from an acute angle at the 69th minute.Real Kashmir will next cross swords with Chennai City FC on 22nd December in a top of the table clash. Meanwhile, Gokulam Kerala will take on Indian Arrows a day prior.Delhi Dynamos get their first 2018-19 Hero ISL winDelhi Dynamos, finally, got their first win in the 2018-19 Hero ISL after staying winless for 11 consecutive matches. They triumphed over the defending champions Chennaiyin FC 3-1 at the Jawaharlal Nehru stadium in Chennai.Daniel Lalhlimpuia drew first blood at the 16th minute after connecting Lallianzuala Chhangte’s cross. Chennaiyin FC restored the parity at the dying embers of the first half after Raphael Augusto wrote his name into the scoresheet by converting a penalty.The visitors preserved the stalemate until the 78th minute when Bikramjit Singh scored for Delhi Dynamos after latching onto Lallianzuala Chhangte’s pass. Nandhakumar Sekar, too, found the back of the net after his first-time shot took a Chennaiyin FC player’s deflection.The win takes Delhi Dynamos to the ninth position with 7 points from 12 matches, pipping Chennaiyin FC to the rock-bottom spot with 5 points from 12 matches.That’s it for today. Don’t forget to catch the daily roundup of Indian football news only on Sportsindiashow. Advertisementlast_img read more