THERE will be motorcycle drag racing action this weekend at the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club, (GMR&SC) Caribbean Invasion.The club has confirmed that several persons have already signed up for the drags and those desirous should sign up as quickly as possible.“We are encouraging motorcycle drag racing on Sunday at our Caribbean Invasion meet,” A statement from the club read yesterday.“However, those riders desirous of competing must be first registered for the event. We are also asking them to produce medicals for their own safety.”“We want to ensure that in no uncertain terms, the right protocols and procedures are in place should any unfortunate incident happen.”Meanwhile for those who are registered members of the club, they need only submit their event registration form and their medical.All other persons will be charged a participatory fee of $3 000 along with the requisite documents.There will be two classes of action – the 600cc and the 1000cc categories.Action begins at 09:00hrs with free runs, while classification into the time bracket system begins at 10:00hrs and knockout begins at noon.
The Ireland squad will take part in another open training session in Cork tomorrow, with the first of their warm-up games coming against Wales in Cardiff on August 8th.Joe Schmidt’s side begin their Pool D campaign against Canada, back at the Millennium Stadium on September 19th.
There will soon be a new program with a national championship.Virginia and Texas Tech will play in the title game at U.S. Bank Stadium on Monday in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Both schools are looking to win college basketball’s ultimate prize for the first time ever. March Madness 2019: Patrick Mahomes’ speech inspires Texas Tech to Final Four win The last time two first-time championship game teams faced off?Michigan State vs. Indiana State in 1979. pic.twitter.com/L5mJjA7V4y— Sporting News (@sportingnews) April 7, 2019The Cavaliers advanced to the final game of the season with a dramatic victory over Auburn. They trailed by two with less than two seconds remaining and were on the brink of defeat. On their final possession, however, Virginia guard Kyle Guy was fouled while shooting a 3-pointer. He calmly sunk all three free throws to give his team the victory.6 points in 8 seconds 😱Kyle Guy capped off a fantastic finish for @UVAMensHoops in the first #FinalFour matchup! pic.twitter.com/5Mf5TlGs5X— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) April 7, 2019The referees also may have missed a traveling call on Virginia guard Ty Jerome with about four seconds remaining that would have given the ball back to Auburn. Related News Meanwhile, the Red Raiders took control early in the second half of their Final Four matchup and fought off a late Michigan State run to come away with a win.Texas Tech guard Matt Mooney carried his team offensively for much of the night. He finished with a game-high 22 points and connected on four of his eight 3-point attempts to lead the Red Raiders to the victory. Jarrett Culver chipped in 10 points but was just 3-of-12 shooting.Texas Tech coach Chris Beard and Virginia’s Tony Bennett, along with some of their players, met with the media Sunday ahead of their matchup. Here are five key quotes from their press conferences:Bennett on UVA’s loss to No. 16 UMBC last season“In a way, it’s a painful gift. It did draw us nearer to each other as a team. I think it helped us as coaches. I think it helped the players on the court and helped us in the other areas that rely on things that were significant. … I knew it was going to be a significant year in all of our lives. I knew that going into this year because of what was going to be coming at us because of that from a basketball standpoint. So, I just knew we needed each other.”Guy on his game-winning free throws”I think for me and probably every basketball player, everyone’s envisioned themselves winning a game on this stage. Like you said, I just try to get in my own zone and focus in. I knew that my teammates had confidence in me, and that gives me more confidence than I’ll ever be able to give myself.”Jerome on potentially winning the title“We’re mostly excited to go out there and compete. We’d love to cut down the nets. I would probably be speechless if we’re able to do it. I’m sure it would mean the world to me. It’s what every kid hopes for and what we work so hard for, but like coach said, the joy is in the competition.” Tre Jones returns to Duke for sophomore season Beard on playing for the championship“Our goal has never been to make a tournament. It’s been to win the tournament. It’s easy to talk about, and really, really hard to do. But that’s where we started this whole thing, was just trying to have the expectations and the vision where we could be relative.”Culver on playing for Beard“He’s a tireless worker. He brings the best out of you, no matter if you’re a walk-on, the best player, coaching staff, GA, he brings the best out in you. He works hard, and he’s never satisfied. He wants to win. Winning is important, and that’s what it is for us.”