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  • The Masters: Watch Amen Corner coverage via Sky Sports’ live video stream | Golf News

    first_img Get the best prices and book a round at one of 1,700 courses across the UK & Ireland Watch the world’s top golfers tackle Augusta National’s Amen Corner at The Masters via Sky Sports’ live stream. Featured Groups available on Sky Sports The Masters, with extra coverage via the red button. By Sky Sports GolfLast Updated: 13/11/20 11:34pm – Advertisement – The Masters latest headlines Latest news and interviews from the 84th Masters at Augusta National. Tiger Woods returns as defending champion at The Masters Tiger Woods returns as defending champion at The MastersTiger Woods returns as defending champion at The Masters Tiger Woods returns as defending champion at The Masters The 12th, where Jordan Spieth saw his hopes a second consecutive green jacket vanish after a quadruple bogey in 2016, is a demanding 155-yard par three over Rae’s Creek and one of the most iconic holes in the sport. Streaming from Amen Corner is available from approximately 12.30pm UK time on Saturday via the red button on Sky Sports Golf, the new Sky Sports Golf YouTube channel or by clicking the video at the top of the page!Watch the Masters throughout the week live on Sky Sports The Masters. Click here to upgrade to Sky Sports for just £10 a month. Watch a live stream of Amen Corner here Watch a live stream of Amen Corner here Augusta National’s Amen Corner is one of the most sacred places in golf and you can see all the world’s best players tackle the famous stretch, for free, via the new Sky Sports Golf YouTube channel.The Masters is the final men’s major of a condensed 2020 schedule, with all four rounds exclusively live on Sky Sports The Masters and a host of extra feeds and coverage available via the red button.Amen Corner will provide a compelling challenge for all of the 92-man field, with the three-hole stretch instantly recognisable to golf fans and part of plenty of iconic moments in Masters history. The Masters – Live November 12, 2020, 6:00pmLive on – Advertisement – The 510-yard par five 13th is a sweeping dogleg, and an accurate tee shot offers a chance to reach the raised green in two, with Bryson DeChambeau among those looking to take advantage of his distance on that hole. Get Sky Sports Golf for just £10 a month All four days of The Masters exclusively live. Get our £10 golf offer. Find out more here. The stretch begins with a 505-yard par four at the 11th, with the green guarded by a pond to the left and a bunker positioned strategically to the right centre. – Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

  • Bracknell ranking not affected, claims L&G

    first_imgTo access this article REGISTER NOWWould you like print copies, app and digital replica access too? SUBSCRIBE for as little as £5 per week. Would you like to read more?Register for free to finish this article.Sign up now for the following benefits:Four FREE articles of your choice per monthBreaking news, comment and analysis from industry experts as it happensChoose from our portfolio of email newsletterslast_img

  • Mexican president passes coronavirus buck to allies, rivals, business

    first_img“If I was worried, if things were out of control, I would tell you, because I always tell the truth,” he said on Friday in a video posted from his seat on a plane as he prepared to take off for a weekend tour. “But that’s not how things are.”Others are taking precautions anyway.The lower house of Congress this week passed a bill to create a 181 billion peso emergency fund. The central bank made an unscheduled interest rate cut on Friday.Streets and offices in major cities are emptying as bosses and local leaders urge people to reduce social interaction. Some fear that failure to do enough may end up hurting the very people the president says he wants to protect.Javier Alfaro, an employee of an international drinks firm, went into self-isolation with his girlfriend several days ago, cutting off all physical contact with family and friends.”It bothers me a lot when I hear the president,” said Alfaro, 35, who fears for his elderly mother. “I can understand worries about the economy and [the poor], but if you’re putting many people at risk, it’s something that’s also bad for the people.”Late on Thursday, Mexico City Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum, a close ally of Lopez Obrador, delivered a video message in which she urged inhabitants of the capital to stay at home. On Friday, traffic flowed freely in a city notorious for its gridlock.The same day, governors of three opposition-run northern states unveiled a joint plan to tackle the virus, readying steps that would enable them to close public spaces, including bars.Outsourcing Lopez Obrador has lashed out against criticism of his response to the global pandemic by saying his adversaries are seeking to exploit fears to undermine him.On Monday, he justified ignoring his own health ministry’s public advice to reduce direct human contact by saying his job was to keep up the spirits of the population.At the same time, he has shifted responsibility for some actions to others, saying he would wind down the mass rallies when a deputy health minister standing next to him told him to.A government source said Sheinbaum’s “stay at home” broadcast had been coordinated in advance with the presidency, which a spokesman for the mayor confirmed. A spokesman for the presidency did not reply to a request for comment.Businesses, meanwhile, are taking cues from abroad.Ana Lopez Mestre, director general of the American Chamber of Commerce, said many international companies had begun to act because they saw what was happening in other countries.”This is something very positive that has come out of society,” said Lopez Mestre, who is now working from home.At Mr. Tofu, a vegan shop in the capital’s Condesa neighborhood, a young shop attendant wearing rubber gloves stopped customers from entering and took orders at the door.”I proposed this measure,” she said, declining to give her name. “My whole family is old, and they’re very vulnerable.”  As Mexico scrambles to contain the coronavirus outbreak, many initiatives aimed at tempering the threat have come not from the president, but lesser officials, businesses and ordinary people.Mexico’s peso has plunged to record lows against the dollar and analysts expect the economy to suffer a major hit.President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador says there is no cause for alarm, and is continuing to hold regular public rallies around Mexico. He argues the country must keep going to limit damage to the economy lest it hurt the poor and the elderly.center_img Topics :last_img read more

  • Airbus warns staff on jobs with its ‘survival at stake’

    first_imgPeople familiar with the matter say Airbus is also in active discussions with European governments about tapping schemes to assist struggling industries, including state-guaranteed loans.It has already expanded commercial credit lines with banks, buying what Faury described as “time to adapt and resize”.Production cutsTo stem the outflow of cash, Airbus this month said it would slash benchmark narrow-body jet production by a third to 40 jets a month. It also issued targets for wide-body jets implying cuts up to 42 percent compared with previously published rates.“In other words, in just a couple of weeks we have lost roughly one-third of our business,” Faury wrote in the letter, which was earlier reported by Bloomberg News. “And, frankly, that’s not even the worst-case scenario we could face”.Reuters reported on April 3 that Airbus was looking at scenarios involving output cuts of up to a half, and analysts say Boeing is expected to unveil comparable cuts along with lay-offs this week, lowering monthly 787 output to as low as 6 jets.Faury said Airbus’s new production plan would remain for as long as it took to make a more thorough assessment of demand, adding this would probably be between two and three months.He said it was too early to judge the shape and pace of a recovery, but mentioned scenarios including a short and deep crisis with a fast rebound or a longer and more painful downturn with previous demand levels only returning after 5 or 10 years.Analysts and airlines have so far mostly spoken of a downturn lasting no more than three to four years.Rival Boeing, with even weaker finances due to the year-old grounding of its 737 MAX, scrapped a US$4.2 billion tie-up with Brazil’s Embraer on Saturday in a move widely seen as triggered by the crisis, though it cited contractual reasons.“Unfortunately, the aviation industry will emerge into this new world very much weaker and more vulnerable than we went into it,” Faury wrote.Topics : European planemaker Airbus issued a bleak assessment of the impact of the coronavirus crisis, telling the company’s 135,000 employees to brace for potentially deeper job cuts and warning its survival is at stake without immediate action.In a letter to staff, Chief Executive Guillaume Faury said Airbus was “bleeding cash at an unprecedented speed” and that a recent drop of a third or more in production rates did not reflect the worst-case scenario and would be kept under review.Airbus said it did not comment on internal communications. The letter was sent to employees late on Friday, days before the company is due to give first-quarter results overshadowed by a pandemic that has left airlines struggling to survive and virtually halted jet deliveries since mid-March.Airbus has begun implementing government-assisted furlough schemes starting with 3,000 workers in France, “but we may now need to plan for more far-reaching measures,” Faury said.“The survival of Airbus is in question if we don’t act now,” he added.Industry sources have said a new restructuring plan similar to its 2007 Power8 which saw 10,000 job cuts could be launched in the summer, but Faury indicated the company was already exploring “all options” while waiting for clarity on demand.last_img read more

  • Australia’s most populous states start to ease virus lockdowns

    first_imgAustralia’s two most populous states, responsible for 65 percent of the nation’s coronavirus cases, are edging toward easing social-distancing restrictions after Prime Minister Scott Morrison urged them to start reopening the crippled economy.New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian told reporters in Sydney on Sunday that the state would ease its lockdown from May 15. This would include permitting indoor gatherings of 10 people, which will enable retailers, small cafes and restaurants to allow access to some customers, albeit with strict social-distancing rules.“We need to fire up our economy, we need to get people back into jobs, we need to see some semblance of normality come back,” she said. While the state reported just two new virus cases in the past 24 hours, down from highs of about 200 a day about a month ago, Berejiklian said “we have to keep our vigilance” and holidays within the region would remain banned. The two most populous states have been more cautious amid recent outbreaks in a Sydney aged-care home and a Melbourne meat plant, which have been responsible for most of the nation’s new infections this month. Australia recorded 16 new cases of the virus on Saturday, a daily rise of 0.2 percent, bringing the total to 6,929.The lockdown has taken a heavy economic toll: unemployment is poised to double by July to about 10% and the nation is veering toward its first recession in almost three decades. Morrison is seeking a balance of containing the virus and lifting restrictions that are costing the economy A$4 billion (US$2.6 billion) a week.Health Minister Greg Hunt said on Sunday the Australia’s strict social-distancing measures, border closures and strong testing-and-tracing regime had put the nation in a good position to combat expected clusters of new virus cases as the lockdown eases.“As we move back to work, to normality, some things cannot change,” he said in a Sky News interview. “We shouldn’t be near people and we have to get the advice and encourage people to have the testing.”Topics : In Victoria, Premier Daniel Andrews is expected to announce some easing of restrictions on Monday, News Corp. reported Sunday.Australia’s three-stage plan for reopening, announced by Morrison on Friday, is designed to be implemented by the eight states and territories at their own pace. Western Australia state on Sunday said that from May 18 it will allow indoor gatherings, including in restaurants, of up to 20 people.Morrison is aiming for completion of the three steps by the end of July, putting the nation at the vanguard of developed economies emerging from the crisis. Australia has avoided the scale of sickness and death that’s ravaged countries including the UK, US and Italy.New South Wales and Victoria, the engine rooms of the country’s economy, have been more hesitant to announce relaxations of lockdown measures than smaller states and territories, some of which have gone for days without recording new cases.last_img read more

  • Indonesia confirms nearly 4,000 new COVID-19 cases, another daily record

    first_imgThe outbreak has reached 493 out of 514 municipalities and regencies in all 34 Indonesian provinces.Read also: Jokowi instructs Cabinet members to lower transmission in COVID-19 hot spots within 2 weeksJakarta remains the hardest-hit province with 57,469 cases and 1,481 deaths, followed by East Java with 39,181 cases and 2,867 deaths.Central Java, West Java and South Sulawesi are also among the hard-hit provinces with more than 10,000 confirmed cases.There are currently 100,236 suspected patients nationwide.The government has tested more than 1.62 million people and more than 2.75 specimens as of Wednesday. On the same day, health authorities also reported that more than 30,000 people had been tested.Topics : The Health Ministry reported 3,963 new confirmed COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, another daily high for the country, as the coronavirus outbreak has yet to reach its peak in the country.The ministry confirmed 135 new deaths due to COVID-19, also another record high for the nation.As of Wednesday, health authorities have confirmed a total of 228,993 cases across the country, as well as 164,101 recoveries and 9,100 deaths.last_img read more

  • Arsenal must ‘keep the ball better’, warns Unai Emery

    first_img Comment Unai Emery was unhappy with one element of his side’s win against Standard Liege (Picture: Getty)Arsenal boss Unai Emery admits his side still have much room for improvement despite their ‘fantastic’ 4-0 victory against Standard Liege.Two early goals from Gabriel Martinelli and another from Joe Willock gave the Gunners a 3-0 lead at half-time, which Dani Ceballos added to in the second half.It was Arsenal’s slickest attacking display of the season but there was a measure of disappointment that the side only managed one goal after the 22nd minute.An element of sloppiness crept into Arsenal’s play and, while Emery was happy with the nature of the victory, he insists they must do better in possession to improve.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterFriday 4 Oct 2019 9:14 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link285Shares Advertisement Arsenal breezed past Standard Liege (Picture: Getty)‘We played with intensity but then we conceded some possession but we kept the clean sheet. We can improve in how to keep the ball but for the players today, they are very tired after playing on Monday and they still played fantastic, it’s a fantastic victory,’ said Emery.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘To have six points after the two matches, it’s really important. We can take confidence. We were consistent over the 90 minutes and we can take a lot of positivity from tonight’s game,’ said Emery.‘The players, when they did all they can like tonight, it is perfect. We did a lot of good, we can analyse to continue to improve. It’s a fantastic victory.’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityEmery made a number of changes from the side that drew with Manchester United at Old Trafford on Monday.Youngsters like Willock and Reiss Nelson paid back Emery’s faith with fine performances and the Spaniard says it’s important they keep getting opportunities.‘We have to give the chances to the young players and they take them. They are close to playing for us at the highest levels,’ said Emery.‘They showed tonight that they can perform and they can score. They are playing well, it’s good.’MORE: VIDEO: Salzburg coach Jesse Marsch orders players to target Virgil van Dijk in angry half-time team talk against Liverpool Arsenal must ‘keep the ball better’, warns Unai Emerylast_img read more

  • Rushville & Connersville

    first_imgIt is interesting to me that Rushville joined the EIAC.  In the past few years, Rushville was dropping almost all of the EIAC schools with the exception of Greensburg and Batesville because they said it was too far to travel to play the rest of the league.  Then, all of a sudden, meetings were started on the discussion of expanding the EIAC.  There was that same Rushville petitioning to join.  There must have been an obvious change in administration or I don’t think this would have happened.  That is why I stated in yesterday’s article that it will be interesting to see if they play every school in the EIAC in every sport unless it has a one-day playoff.  Connersville definitely wanted out of their old conference, and again, because of a declining enrollment they were interested in getting into the EIAC where their enrollment is much more comparable to most of the other schools.  I am sure that all the athletic directors worked many hours making the schedules work.  I don’t know of any conference that has the policy our football teams have adopted.  We are not going to have an overall champion but a 4A and a 3A champ.last_img read more

  • Redknapp backs Di Canio appointment

    first_img Since his appointment last weekend Di Canio has been forced to distance himself from comments he made in the past in which he described himself as a fascist, claiming in a club statement earlier this week that he does not support the ideology of fascism. Speaking about his appointment, Redknapp, who managed Di Canio at West Ham between 1999 and 2001, said: “It’s fantastic, I’m delighted for him. It’s amazing how suddenly he’s a fascist now he’s at Sunderland and wasn’t at Swindon.” Press Association Redknapp went on: “No one mentioned anything about him when he was at Swindon, suddenly he goes to Sunderland and all the dirt in the world gets dug up on him. I’d love him to do great at Sunderland, I really would. He was a great player for me, a good lad, a great trainer, the fittest guy you would ever wish to see. “He will want his players to be the same, to live right, conduct themselves and eat right and be as fit as they could ever be. He will demand that from them. Like I said, no one started on him when he was at Swindon, as soon as he goes to Sunderland people start digging things up about his past. “He was loved at West Ham, he was absolutely idolised by the fans. He was a fantastic player. I don’t know (if he will keep them up). He has a tough job on his hands, but he will give it his best shot.” Although the media reaction was far less pronounced when Di Canio was appointed by Swindon, the Italian’s previous political statements did cause the GMB trade union to withdraw its sponsorship of the club. Stoke manager Tony Pulis was pragmatic about the Black Cats’ decision to sack Martin O’Neill and install Di Canio. “Clubs have to do what they have to do, and if the chairman of Sunderland wanted a change of manager, then he has changed it,” Pulis said. “He owns and runs the football club, and that is his decision, and then everybody has to get on with it. Martin will have been disappointed. I think there are a lot of people in football who were surprised and probably disappointed for Martin. The king is dead, long live the king. That’s the way football management is.” On Di Canio’s arrival, Pulis added: “They have seven games to go and we’ll see. I’m sure the press and media are delighted to have him on board.” center_img QPR manager Harry Redknapp has welcomed the appointment of Paolo Di Canio at Sunderland and claims the Italian’s political views are only coming under such severe scrutiny because he is now managing in the Premier League.last_img read more

  • Giroud strike bags win for Arsenal

    first_imgArsenal coasted to a 1-0 win over West Brom in their final Barclays Premier League home match of the season at the Emirates Stadium. Arsenal then almost made it 2-0 on the break when Podolski got away down the left and his low centre was flicked towards the bottom left corner by Cazorla, but Foster got down to make a superb reaction save. The second half tempo showed little sign of a dramatic improvement, with West Brom aware bar an unlikely away win for Norwich at Chelsea later, then they would have no genuine concerns with two matches still to edge on from 36 points. Gunners boss Arsene Wenger insisted his side would not drop focus ahead of the FA Cup final against Hull in a fortnight’s time and they at least did show some purpose as the hour approached, with Giroud in determined mood chasing down the visitors backline. The France forward was only inches away from connecting with a lovely curling cross from the left by Mesut Ozil, growing into his role following a return to fitness from a hamstring tear. With 25 minutes left, Mikel Arteta was replaced by Kim Kallstrom, the Sweden international signed on loan from Spartak Moscow in January. Tomas Rosicky then soon came on for Cazorla to try to inject some fresh pace into Arsenal’s forward play. Szczesny blocked a determined run from Morgan Amalfitano into the Arsenal box as the Baggies upped their quest for an equaliser. Ozil scuffed his shot after collecting a knockdown from Giroud into the right side of the penalty area. Podolski then – with the whole goal to aim at just six yards out – missed his kick and clipped the ball against the woodwork, before it dropped to a grateful Foster. But for a couple of corners for West Brom, that proved to be the last meaningful action of a game which was for large spells played at a pedestrian pace, the hard work for both sides already done. Arsenal made just one change from the XI which had beaten Newcastle here on Monday night, as Mathieu Flamini came in for Aaron Ramsey, who was rested because of a minor thigh problem but one which is not expected to keep the Wales midfielder out of contention for the FA Cup final. It was a bright start by Arsenal in the May sunshine, with Lukas Podolski driving just wide and then Santi Carzola’s blocked effort flying over. From the resulting corner, Arsenal took the lead. Giroud showed great strength to hold off Craig Dawson, who was man-handling the France forward, and powered a header in at the near post for a 16th Premier League goal. West Brom, four points clear of trouble before kick-off, looked to rally, but with only Saido Berahino at the head of a five-man midfield, they offered little penetration in the final third. James Morrison floated a long-range effort over the bar as he looked to catch Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny off his line. Arsenal were soon back on the offensive, with Flamini sending over a low cross which was kicked away by Baggies keeper Ben Foster. On 31 minutes, Szczesny had his hands stung by a rasping 25-yard drive from Graham Dorrans, which the Poland keeper beat down and Berahino hooked the loose ball over the crossbar, but had been flagged offside. Following Everton’s defeat by Manchester City on Saturday, the Gunners were already secure of fourth spot, and with it a chance of qualifying for the Champions League group stages once again next season. Olivier Giroud headed in his 22nd goal of the campaign in all competitions after 14 minutes, which proved enough to see off West Brom, who are all but secure of their top-flight status with two matches left still to play. Press Associationlast_img read more