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Early contenders named for ERC European Player of the Year 2013 – Formguide

first_imgThursday Jan 24, 2013 Early contenders named for ERC European Player of the Year 2013 – Formguide Following the conclusion of the pool stages of the Heineken Cup and Amlin Challenge Cup, ERC, the governing body of European rugby’s two tournaments, announced the longlist for the prestigious ERC European Players of the Year 2013 award. Selected by a distinguished panel of rugby experts, the longlist for one of the most prized individual accolades in the game includes 15 outstanding players from the 44 participating clubs.The Judging Panel for this season’s award is: Stuart Barnes (Sky Sports), Will Greenwood (Daily Telegraph, World Cup winner and Challenge Cup winner), Stephen Jones (Sunday Times), Emmanuel Massicard Midi Olympique) and Gerry Thornley (Irish Times).Below is a formguide for each player, based on performances in the pool stages.ERC European Player of the Year 2013 Longlist FormguideSteffon Armitage (Toulon) – Since his move to Toulon has developed into one of the most feared opensides in the European game. Hugely impressive in the Cote d’Azur club’s run to the Heineken Cup quarter-finals and appeared in all six pool matches making four try assists, the joint highest in the tournament.Rory Best (Ulster) – The heartbeat of Ulster who are looking to go one better than last season in the Heineken Cup. Intelligent, combative and consistent. Quite simply one of the most complete hookers in rugby. Only two other hookers have delivered more successful lineout throws than Best (64) this season.Julien Bonnaire (ASM Clermont) – Still one of Europe’s most outstanding back rows at the age of 34. May be retired from international rugby, but has been brilliant in a series of strong Clermont pool stage performances. He made 69 tackles this season, only three other men have made more.Mike Brown (Harlequins) –  A rock under the high ball and dynamic going forward in all six pool games featuring among the top ten metre makers. Brown has been superb yet again as unbeaten Harlequins target another European title.Dan Cole (Leicester Tigers) – Central cog of the Tigers’ powerful forward force in the Pool stage having locked down the number 3 jersey in a very competitive squad.  Completed 29/33 tackles in the campaign to date.Owen Farrell (Saracens) – Mature way beyond his years at 21, Farrell has been a key figure yet again this season for Saracens and his magnificent haul of 10 penalties in the vital away Round 5 game against Racing Metro is now a tournament record. Kicked 25 goals in the pool stages and was the second top points scorer (75). Wesley Fofana (ASM Clermont) – The coming midfield player in world rugby. Blessed with outrageous acceleration, Fofana picks some glorious lines as part of a hugely talented Clermont back division.  Four tries in five pool appearances and leading player in the Amlin Opta Index pre Round 6.Mamuka Gorgodze (Montpellier) – Quite literally a massive influence on Montpellier’s advance to the last eight of the Heineken Cup this season. Muscular and painfully direct, Gorgodze appeared in five pool matches and contributed 15 points.Charlie Hodgson (Saracens) – Cerebral playmaker at No 10. A shrewd tactician with an eye for the gap, he has contributed 45 points in the pool stage including two tries and four try assists.James Johnston (Harlequins) – Under Harlequins’ expert guidance, the Samoan international has become a top-class tight head.  The immovable object in the Pool 3 winners’ scrum, Johnston played in five Heineken Cup games this season.Joe Launchbury (London Wasps) – One of the rising stars in Europe, Launchbury’s outstanding form for England last autumn has been replicated during London Wasps’ progress into the Amlin Challenge Cup quarter-finals.Morgan Parra (ASM Clermont) – The conductor of Clermont’s pitch-perfect orchestra. Calls the shots for his side in the tradition of dominant French No 9s and the leading scorer in the Heineken Cup pool stage with 90 points from six matches. Geoff Parling (Leicester Tigers ) – Leicester Tigers have produced a number of half-decent second rows in their history, and Parling now fully deserves a mention among the best. Impressive organiser, strong line-out presence and an ever-present in the Heineken Cup this season. Took 34 lineout catches in the pool stages, more than any other player.Ruan Pienaar (Ulster) – There are few half-backs in world rugby who appear to have as much time as the talented South African. More effective at No 10 than scrum half, he has been superb in every facet for Ulster. Only four players produced more kicks in play than Pienaar (56) in the pool stage.Simon Zebo (Munster) – A coiled spring of exuberant talent. The hugely promising Zebo made his European mark last season with a hat-trick in Round 6 of the Heineken Cup against Northampton Saints and he repeated the feat last weekend to ensure Munster’s qualification. Only two other players have scored more tries in the Heineken Cup.What are your thoughts on the list, and who would you pick at this stage? 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19,808 people signing on in Donegal in June

first_img Pinterest 19,808 people signing on in Donegal in June Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Pinterest Twitter Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Google+ There were 19,808 people signing on the Live Register in Donegal at the end of last month, 581 more than the May figure, but down 1,670 on June 2013.That’s a year on year fall of 7.8%.The biggest percentage decrease was recorded in Killybegs with 1,194 people on the register, a fall of 9.4%. A fall of 9.3% in Dungloe saw 1,996 people signing on at the end of June, while in Dunfanaghy, there were 1,438 registered in the office there, 9.2% on the same period last year.There were 1,234 people signing on in Donegal Town, down 9.1%, 3,934 in Buncrana, down 8.2% and 1,458 in Ballyshannon, a fall of 7.3%.There were 2,642 people on the register in Ballybofey, a fall of 6.7%, while in Letterkenny, there were 5,912 people signing on, a fall of 5% on the June 2013 figure. Google+ News Previous articleGarth Brook’s says “it’s five concerts or none”Next articleDonegal Senator says Government has let down rural Ireland News Highland center_img WhatsApp Facebook By News Highland – July 4, 2014 Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Twitter 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Facebooklast_img read more

Badgers get the best of Beasley

first_imgJEFF SCHORFHEIDE/Herald photoOMAHA, Neb. ? For one half, Michael Beasley was a one-man wrecking crew. Unfortunately for him, it was just one half, and he was just one man. And it takes more than that to beat Wisconsin.With the Player of the Year candidate standing between them and a trip to the Sweet Sixteen, the Badgers weren?t about to become the next team to be victimized by Beasley.It didn?t look that way early on, though. Beasley scored 17 points in the first half, one point more than the rest of Kansas State and enough to keep Wisconsin?s lead at just six.Almost single-handedly keeping his team in the game, the forward drew foul after foul on Wisconsin?s big men, forcing them all to log some time on the bench.Greg Stiemsma, Brian Butch, Marcus Landry and Joe Krabbenhoft each had a pair of fouls on them at the break, and it looked like Beasley was starting to wear UW down.And then, almost as suddenly as he burst onto the national scene this season, Michael Beasley disappeared.With his team within striking distance, the freshman started to look less like a potential No. 1 pick in the NBA draft and more like, well, a freshman.?Second half they was ? clamping down a bit more,? Beasley said. ?They was double-teaming, triple-teaming every time I touched the ball so I really couldn?t get the shot I wanted.?Not only could he not find the shots he wanted, but he couldn?t make the shots he took.Beasley scored just two points in the first ten minutes of the second half as Wisconsin took what had been a six-point lead and stretched it to a 13-point one.By the time Beasley rattled home a dunk for his last points of the game, there were less than four minutes to play, and UW?s lead had climbed above 20 points.Though Beasley eventually finished with a respectable 23 points and 13 rebounds, it wasn?t enough to best UW.?I think he?s impossible to stop,? Stiemsma said. ?I think you can just try and contain him. I thought we did a little better job of that in the second half.?Wisconsin didn?t make any dramatic locker room shifts to limit Beasley?s production after the break. Instead, it stuck to the concepts that made it the nation?s stingiest defense over the course of the season.?Didn?t change a thing,? Badger coach Bo Ryan said about the difference in his team?s defense in the second half. ?We did not change one of our principles. We just tried to do them better.?Playing with foul trouble, the array of big men guarding Beasley also realized they had to be more efficient with their fouls.?We didn?t want to give any silly ones,? Krabbenhoft said. ?We wanted to use them. We wanted to send a message, ?you?re not going to get anything easy.??As the game wore on, and Wisconsin?s lead grew, Beasley tried to do more and more to get his team back in the game. But the Badger defense wasn?t willing to make it easy for him.?Here?s the thing with Wisconsin: If you?re down 10 to them, it?s the equal of being down 25 to someone else,? Wildcat coach Frank Martin said. ?So we maybe pressed a little bit too much offensively.?Beasley forced a couple of shots in the second half and showed signs of fatigue as the game wore on. His 37 minutes of action were just one off his season-high, and Wisconsin had the ability to mix things up on him defensively.?We were rotating guys on him,? Krabbenhoft said. ?Throwing different types of players at him. We were just throwing different guys on him, and I think that got to him a little bit.?With little time to prepare for the Kansas State game, Wisconsin didn?t tailor its approach to defense because of Beasley either, opting to stick to its own defensive rules rather than to game plan for him.?We treat him like we treat any other player in the Big Ten, like a D.J. White,? junior Marcus Landry said. ?We just fronted him, make it hard for him to get the ball, make him take tough jump shots.?Of course, it didn?t help Beasley that Kansas State?s other players weren?t doing much to open things up.The Wildcats missed on all 13 of their 3-point attempts, making it easier for the Badger defense to pay more attention to Beasley.?We just couldn?t make shots today,? Wildcat forward Dominique Sutton said. ?It was just one of those days when the rim wasn?t big enough for us.?In the end, Wisconsin was once again able to prove how tough it can be defensively, stopping Beasley and Kansas State to make its way back to the Sweet Sixteen.last_img read more