Borut Mackovsek to Qatar!

first_imgShareTweetShareShareEmail Russia VS Qatar for President Cup, Angola against Japan to avoid bottom ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsSlovenian left back Borut Mackovsek (21) has played the last match for RK Celje Pivovarna Lasko last weekend against Trimo Trebnje 30:28. The “Cat” will play next month in Qatari Al Sadd before his transfer to German TSV Hannover Burgdorf for the upcoming season. Recommended for you Borut Mackovsek about “Slovenian plan”: Tattoos are ready if we win the gold! Mackovsek before Veszprem-Vardar clash: I expect our win Related Items:Borut Mackovsek, Qatari handball Click to comment Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.last_img read more

The Flames earn a place in the Stanley Cup Main Event

first_imgThe Jets found no antidote for the Flames and lost 0: 4.Kems Talbots caught all 31 opponents in the Flames goal in Edmonton, the winning goal was already in the fourth minute of the game in Dylon Dube’s account, but Sean Monehens and Sam Bennett scored two points (1 + 1).The Minnesota Wild also lost in the dry, giving up the Vancouver Canucks 0: 3, allowing the Vancouver to take the lead 2-1 in the series.Jacob Markström blocked all 27 Wild shots on goal. The goal was won by Brock Boser in the 34th minute of the match, but Quey Hujj became the most productive player of the match with three assists.The winners scored two goals in the majority, while the Minnesota hockey players did not use any of the seven majorities.In the fight for a better place before the opponents split in the first round of the Stanley Cup, the St. Louis Blues lost to the Vegas Golden Knights 4: 6. For some it was a second loss, for others a second victory in two matches.Alex Tach and Shy Theodore each scored two goals in favor of the winners, while opponents scored two goals at the expense of Colton Pareiko.First, the St. Louis unit took the lead with 2: 0, then the opponents scored three goals, but before the last third, the Blues were in the lead again – 4: 3.In another seeding battle, the Philadelphia Flyers won their second victory, causing a second failure for Washington’s Capitals, 3: 1.Scott Laton, who scored the team’s first and third goals, and Kevin Hayes, who scored three times, scored three points. Treviss Boids scored the only goal in the capital’s team, reducing the opponents’ lead in the third third.Brian Eliot handled 16 opponent shots in the “flyers” goal.It has already been reported that the Blue Jackets, represented by Latvian goalkeeper Elvis Merzlikkin and Matiss Kivleniek, defeated Toronto’s Maple Leafs 4: 3 on Thursday in overtime. In a series of up to three victories, the result is 2-1 in favor of Columbus hockey players.In his first play-off game behind the ocean, Merzlikins went on the field after 28 minutes and 48 seconds of play, and in less than 50 minutes on the field, defeated all 21 opponents, capturing 94.7% of the show.Merzlikin’s rival at the Columbus team goal Jonas Korpisalo, who started the game, blocked 12 of 15 opponents’ shots, catching 80.0% of the show.In overtime, the first star of the match was secured by Pierre Lick in Dibou, in a quick counter-attack after Alexander Texier slipped against Andersen and sent the puck between his legs.last_img read more

Royals, Raiders in final showdown

first_imgUnbeaten Victory Valley Royals will battle Retrieve Raiders in the final of the 2019 Linden Amateur Basketball Association [LABA]/Youth Basketball Guyana [YBG] Inter Club Championships tonight from 19:30hrs, following semi-final wins on Saturday at the Mackenzie Sports Club Hard-court. Royals dismissed Kings 78-43 in their semi-final clash. Immanuel LaRose led the rout with 33 points while the duo of Shemar Henry and Kobe Tappin chipped in with 13 and 12 points respectively. For the Kings, T. Thom top scored with eight points.In the second semi-final, Raiders bested Amelia’s Ward Jets 57-50. Kareem Roberts recorded 19 points in the win with teammates Stephan Duncan and Joshua Grannum adding 12 points each. For the Jets, Leon Benjamin tallied 19 points while Gavius George and Jennis Benjamin supported with 14 and 13 points each. The losing semi-finalists will contest the third place playoff at 18:30hrs.last_img read more