Drake will enjoy its final bye week before Morehead State visits Drake Stadium Oct. 26 at 1 p.m. Final Box Score Drake’s special teams unit started the game with a huge play on the opening kickoff. Jacob Lewis (Kansas City, Mo.) forced a fumble by Butler and the football was recovered by Declan Carr (Frankfort, Ill.). Later on, fourth down from the Butler 1-yard line, Lauer punched it in the end zone for Drake’s first score. Preview Buy Tickets Live Stats 1350 ESPN Des Moines Mediacom/MC 22 Full Schedule Roster INDIANAPOLIS – The Drake University football team rolled to a 42-7 Pioneer Football League road victory at Butler Saturday, Oct. 12 afternoon. Drake’s offense rolled to 452 yards, including 182 on the ground, helping make 28 first downs and dominate the time of possession at 37:01. The team was penalized just once in the game, a third-quarter false start. HTML Box Score Watch Live Drew Lauer (St. Peters, Mo.) rushed for a season-high 124 yards on 26 attempts with two touchdowns and added one receiving touchdown. Devin Cates (Yuba City, Calif.) had his first career 100-plus yard receiving game with 103 yards on nine catches and two touchdowns. Before Saturday’s game, former Bulldog greats Eric Saubert (131) and Conley Wilkins (140) in 2016 against Stetson were the last Bulldog teammates to have more than 100 yards receiving and 100 yards rushing in the same game. “The offense is doing a nice job really gelling and seeing the system help hit their stride and now we’ve got two weeks to make it even better,” said Drake head coach Todd Stepsis. “The defense does what it does. Hats off to coach Bloss, coach Cashmore and coach Smith, who have really taken the torch and run with it. This defense is really good.” Drake wasted no time out of halftime as it scored on its first drive of the third quarter. Cates’ 18-yard touchdown catch from Corwin capped a 73-yard, five-play drive that took just 1:49. After Drake’s defense forced another three-and-out, Corwin found Cates again, this time from 13 yards that ended a 64-yard, 11-play drive that lasted 4:53 and put Drake up 35-7. Jacob Clay (Brentwood, Mo.) scored from a yard out late in the third quarter for Drake’s final score. Ian Corwin (Tulsa, Okla.) passed for a career-high 265 yards on 25-of-32 with three touchdowns. Drake’s offensive line didn’t allow Corwin to be sacked as Corwin completed passes to seven different Bulldogs. Morehead State 10/26/2019 – 1 p.m. Drake’s defense limited Butler’s offense to just 229 yards and just 22:59 in time of possession. Will Warner (Pella, Iowa) picked off a Butler pass late in the game for his second interception of the season. “We’re going to take these two weeks and get healthy,” Stepsis said of his team’s upcoming bye week. “We’ll work on the details that matter in the game across all aspects, dial in and be ready to go when we return home versus Morehead State.” Print Friendly Version Drake answered on its very next drive marching down the field 65 yards, the last 22 yards on a screen pass from Corwin to Lauer, who scored his second touchdown. After Drake forced a three-and-out, the Drake Bulldogs used another long drive to extend its lead to 21-7. Lauer capped a nine-play, 60-yard drive, with another one-yard touchdown run for his third touchdown. Next Game: Story Links Drake (3-3, 3-0 PFL) was impressive in all aspects against Butler (1-5, 0-2 PFL) as its offense, defense and special teams all made big plays and dominated in the team’s third-straight win. Butler tied the game at 7-7 on the final play of the first quarter using some trickery. Quarterback Sam Brown threw a pass to tight Joey Lindstrom in the flat, but Lindstrom, a former high school quarterback, tossed the ball deep to a jumping Johnny O’Shea, who caught it and ran into the end zone from 34 yards out.
A town park and multipurpose all-weather pitch for the Twin Towns area has moved a step closer.Local county councillor Patrick McGowan has welcomed the progress after planning for the proposed €1.2M park was adopted.He said “I have been driving this project for a long time and am delighted that we are finally seeing light at the end of the tunnel. “The decision which was proposed by me at today’s full council meeting means the Council can move to complete to purchase the lands as agreed now with planning being secured.”The townpark as recommended by council will be stand alone as one proposal was to include the all-weather multipurpose pitch in the park itself in Drumboe but that is not the case now.The proposed park will be kept for walks, children’s playground, recreational, open space andwhich will be very much in keeping with the surrounding area. The civil war monument (Martyrs monument) will act as a focal point as well .Drumboe is a very relaxing area where people regularly goe for walks in one of Ireland’s most varied woodlands. In relation to the Multipurpose, all-weather full-size pitch the council has secured €1.2M peace 1v funding which will be constructed at the Stranorlar sports master plan area located next to the existing sports facilities.Finn Harps new stadium and the Finn valley centre sports master plan area will be enhanced by the addition of this state of the art all-weather pitch which will be available to a variety of sports and will support outdoor training all year round day and night.The facility will include changing rooms and flood lighting.The Council are working on management arrangements at present and this will include equal access for all types of sports as was envisaged when applying for under the peace programmewhich was zoned almost 20 years ago will.“Two year ago I approached the land owners at Drumboe and commenced the negotiations which the council are now pursuing, this part 8 is a direct result of that and when adopted will allow the Council to complete the deal. “The multipurpose full size all weather pitch is something I have been pursuing almost as long as the town park. I persuaded the council some years ago to make an application for funding but at that stage we were unsuccessful so when peace 1V opened and the Council held meetings around the County seeking proposals I convinced my colleagues on BASICC to propose the All weather pitch and which lead to this successful project receiving funding .“I am very grateful to BASICC , Donegal CO Council managment & staff , LCDC members and staff and of course Peace1V supporting what will be a great facility.“This will be a massive boost to the County designated Stranorlar sporting centre of excellence.“All we need now is for the FAI troubles to be settled and a big dream back in 2000 by Alice Bonner, Francey Coyle, myself and others will really take off,” said Cllr McGowan. All weather pitch and proposed park for Stranorlar moves a step closer was last modified: April 25th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Pedro grabbed his second of the game as Chelsea continued to cruise towards their first home league win since Guus Hiddink’s return as manager.The Spaniard had played his part in Chelsea’s dominant first-half display, scoring the second goal as the Blues went in at the break 3-0 up.He then added a fourth on 58 minutes, as he beat a hapless Steven Taylor to Cesc Fabregas’ flighted long ball before beating Newcastle keeper Rob Elliot.Newcastle had begun the second half brightly, and Cesar Azpilicueta had to be alert to throw himself in front of a Jonjjo Shelvey shot, while Aleksandar Mitrovic fired narrowly wide.But the Magpies’ poor defending, exploited by Pedro, cost them – just as it had when they leaked three goals in 16 first-half minutes.Diego Costa, playing in a facemask to protect a broken nose, opened the scoring early on when he timed his run perfectly to guide Willian’s ball into the far corner.Then Newcastle left-back Rolando Aarons played a casual pass on halfway, allowing Pedro the chance to run to the edge of the box before firing home.The home side’s dominance was underscored by their third goal, as Costa picked up Fabregas’ lofted pass before threading the ball into the path of Willian, who was left with a simple finish.The only concern for Chelsea was when captain John Terry limped off after 36 minutes, following a tangle with Mitrovic.Chelsea: Courtois; Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry (Baba 36), Azpilicueta; Matic, Fabregas; Willian, Hazard, Pedro; Costa (Traore 60).Subs: Begovic, Baba, Mikel, Loftus-Cheek, Kenedy, Remy.Newcastle United: Elliot; Janmaat, Taylor, Coloccini, Aarons; Tiote, Shelvey; Sissoko, Wijnaldum, Townsend; Mitrovic.Subs: Darlow, Lascelles, Saivet, Colback, Perez, Doumbia, Riviere.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
With September being National Tourism Month, we look at how South Africa fairs in the industry against other countries. Using the 2015 World Economic Forum (WEF) Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report as a guideline, we track South Africa’s rise in the industry and what it is doing to attract the curious traveller.For more on travel and tourism, check out:Durban: A place to visitGlobal travellers rate South Africa tops in Condé Nast awardsWatch: Nelson Mandela Bay New Year timelapseWatch: A drone’s-eye view of Cape Town Click to view larger image
Indian runner Tintu Luka failed to qualify for the 800m final after she finished sixth in the second semi-final in the women’s event at the 2012 London Games here on Thursday.Tintu, who is coached by legendary Indian athlete P.T.Usha, clocked 1:59.69 seconds. It was way below her personal best of 1:59.17 secs she achieved two years back.South African Caster Semenya, who is making her Olympic debut, won the race in 1:57.67 secs.Semenya, who was sidelined for a year after failing a gender test, is the favourite to win the gold medal.Semenya won the world title in 2009 at the age 18. After that she was tested and was cleared to return to action in 2010. She finished runner-up in the 2011 World Championships.Semenya also carried South Africa’s flag at the opening ceremony in London.