14 Sep From the section Conference Share this with Digg Facebook Google LinkedIn Reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Copy this link http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/49618034 Read more about sharing. Barrow recorded back-to-back victories for the first time this season after a 3-0 win over Solihull Moors at Holker Street.Barrow went ahead just six minutes into the game when John Rooney swung a free-kick in from an acute angle on the left and goalkeeper Ryan Boot could only palm it into the net at his near post.Dior Angus almost extended the lead after 23 minutes but his shot across goal went narrowly wide of the far post after he had wriggled free in the area.Rooney doubled the advantage in first-half stoppage time when he curled a superb free-kick into the top corner after he had been brought down on the edge of the box.And Barrow extended their advantage just a minute into the second half as … [Read more...] about Barrow 3-0 Solihull Moors
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Sport by Press Association 14/09/2019, 6:15 pm Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter Doncaster manager Darren Moore was disappointed not to come away with a victory at Portman Road after drawing 0-0 draw with high-flying Ipswich. Both teams remain unbeaten in League One this season following the stalemate, but Rovers feel they should have come away with the three points. The visitors should have been at least two goals to the good in the first half after dominating proceedings, and also had further chances in the second half which included Ben Sheaf hitting the post. Ipswich, who moved up to second place with the draw, also had opportunities with James Norwood twice going close after the break, but it was Doncaster who Moore believes should have been celebrating victory. He said: “We had a game plan to come here and win the game and I think on the full 90 minutes I thought we were worthy of a win. “If you don’t win the game you make … [Read more...] about Doncaster boss Moore: I thought we were worthy of a win.
USA TODAY Sports Published 12:30 PM EDT Sep 6, 2019 Shocking disappointments and better-than-expected performances are anticipated each weekend in wild world of college football. It's especially true early in the season as teams have yet to get into the swing of the schedules and are more prone to mistakes. The USA TODAY Sports college football staff — Jace Evans, Paul Myerberg, George Schroeder, Erick Smith, Eddie Timanus and Dan Wolken — weigh in with some bold predictions for Week 2 of the college football season: Jace Evans Clemson will crush Texas A&M – by at least three scores. The hype surrounding Jimbo Fisher’s Aggies is high, deservedly so in many respects. You will probably see them listed as an upset pick this weekend in many places, with people pointing to the close game in College Station last season as a marker that this even-better A&M team can hang with the Tigers. They will not. While he played in that 2018 … [Read more...] about College football bold predictions for Week 2 of the season
A-level results day has arrived, but you might be unsure about what to do next. Deciding your next move after studying A-levels can be a difficult and daunting decision, but there are a number of reasons why The City of Liverpool College (COLC) could be the right choice for you. The COLC is in the top 10% of colleges in the UK, with specialist facilities and award-winning tutors. Here are just some of the reasons why you should consider applying to study there. Above average pass rate In 2018, The City of Liverpool College achieved a pass rate of 99.6%, beating the national average of 97.6% for A-level results. In 17 out of its 18 subjects, students accomplished a 100% pass rate in STEM subjects including maths, further maths, biology, chemistry and physics. In addition to this, the college also obtained an impressive 100% pass rate in modern languages. Unsurprisingly, many of The COLC graduates choose to stay to continue studying at honours degree level. With a range of qualifications … [Read more...] about Reasons to consider The City of Liverpool College after A-levels
The annual Loreto College Sports Day was held at the College on June 18 with sudents from Years 8-10 entering into the spirit of the day with great enthusiasm. In the afternoon, there were fun events for all year groups before the tightly-contested Class Relays to bring the day to a very exciting conclusion. Mrs Maureen McCullough, Head of PE at Loreto College, paid tribute to the many members of staff who had helped out throughout the day. The results in the competitive events were:YEAR 8100 metres: 1, Kyle Buck; 2, Aidan Medicott; 3, Jude Kirkpatrick. 1, Annie Donnelly; 2, Aishling McIntyre; 3, Erin Simpson.200 metres: 1, Kyle Buck; 2, Ruairi McNicholl; 3, Con Mclaughlin. 1, Sienna McKenna; 2, Katie Davidson; 3, Aishling McIntyre. 800 metres: 1, Kyle Buck; 2, Senan Devine; 3, Ruairi McNicholl. 1, Connie McBride; 2, Sienna McKenna; 3, Hallie Montgomery.Boys relay: 1, 8D; 2, 8B; 3, 8A. Girls relay: 1, 8C; 2, 8A; 3, 8B.Shot Putt: 1, Callum O’Hagan Kelly; 2, Rogan Mailey; 3, … [Read more...] about Loreto College sports day