Lady Bulldogs Ripley County Golf Champs

first_imgThe Batesville Lady Bulldogs Golf Team won The 10th Annual Ripley County Tourney at North Branch Golf Course last Night with a score of 171.The South Ripley Lady Raiders finished second with a 209. Jac-Cen-Del third at 236 and Milan only had two golfers and couldn`t field a team score.The All-Tourney Team consisted of Madison McCreary of Batesville MVP with a score of 2-under par 33.  Alana Pinckley of Batesville, Makenzie Black of South Ripley and Kaleigh Ollman of Milan tied second with a 45 and Madison Harsh of Batesville finished 5th with a 46.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Tom Meyer.last_img

Cup action dominates today’s fixture list

first_imgAt the quarter-final stage St Michael’s face Bansha Celtic; Clonmel Town B square up to Clonmel Celtic; and Peake Villa host Tipperary Town.There’s also a second round game between Mullinahone and Galbally. In the North Borroway Rovers and Holycross FC meet in the Barry Cup Final.The Greyhound Stadium, Thurles, is the venue for a fixture that kicks-off at 2.In the South there are four Tipperary Cup ties down for decision.last_img

Essien returning to Chelsea with positive ambition

first_imgMichael Essien is targeting a return to Chelsea’s first team after his loan to Real Madrid ends at the end of the season.The Ghanaian midfielder was sent out on loan following his recovery from a serious knee injury in 2011/12.After re-find his form at Madrid, Essien is keen to perform once again at Stamford Bridge and is convinced that his time at Real has shown that he can perform at the highest level.“I will return to Chelsea with my head up and try to win my place back,” said Essien.“I think my loan at Madrid has shown I have still got it at the top level.”last_img read more