To the load, led by Carroll with 10 points in the first quarter, Rudy Fernandez joined with two triples in a row as soon as the second began. Unicaja still did not appear in ‘his’ final and Real Madrid took advantage of it to warn with a quick sentence (14-35, min. 14), as in the semifinal against Valencia Basket. He fulfilled his threat and the final ended long ahead of time.Brizuela can’t avoid a historical beating Above it was achieved without the contest of Walter Tavares, who went to the bench as soon as he committed the first foul. Maximum protection of Pablo Laso for his lethal weapon under the hoops. Unicaja was looking for a leader and Darío Brizuela, pure character, did not wrinkle to finally light the pavilion, drugged by the marker.The escort scored 10 of the 12 points followed by the Andalusians, who reduced the white lead to less than half (26-35, min. 18). He roared the ‘Basque Mamba’ and roared the Carpena, and so much noise woke Campazzo, who returned to the track to reduce the local euphoria. After five minutes without scoring, coinciding with the passing of the Argentine on the bench, Real Madrid hit another stretch before the break (28-43).After passing through changing rooms, Carroll, about to turn 37, continued to show the energy of a kid and also Tavares began to damage the paint. As always, all under the approval of Campazzo, who allowed genius as circus as effective that aroused the cries of admiration of the Malaga public, who at least saw quality plays because the battle was more than sentenced at the end of the third quarter (40- 68).He ended up testing the Unicaja of medicine that he had applied in the semifinals to MoraBanc Andorra. This time he played the role of a martyr before a much higher rival and plugged in at the key moment after a few weeks of doubt, projected towards his nineteenth title in the ‘Laso era’, six of them in the Cup. An unquestionable champion.DATA SHEETUNICAJA: Adams (7), Fernández (4), Toupane (2), Thompson (6) and Gerun (4) – initial quintet–; Brizuela (22), Suárez (6), Díaz (2), Ejim (4), Waczynski (2), Guerrero (2) and Elegar (7).REAL MADRID: Campazzo (13), Carroll (20), Deck (6), Randolph (5) and Tavares (12) – initial quintet–; Llull (4), Rudy (6), Thompkins (12), Taylor (9), Causeur (5), Laprovittola (3) and Reyes (-).– PARTIALS: 13-26, 15-17, 14-25 and 26-27.– ARBITRATORS: Martín Bertrán, Peruga and Calatrava. Without eliminated.– PAVILION: Martín Carpena. 10,874 spectators. Real Madrid has proclaimed champion of the 84th edition of the Copa del Rey after rolling over Unicaja this Sunday in the final played at Martín Carpena (68-95), where Facundo Campazzo has completed another master performance to allow the white team I recovered the throne throne three years later.The showcases of Real Madrid are reopened to host the twenty-eighth Cup of its history after a round weekend in Malaga, where it has beaten RETAbet Bilbao Basket, Valencia Basket and Unicaja with great authority. In the forgetfulness there are already the last two and controversial final against Barça, which once again surpasses in three cup titles after achieving the broadest victory in a final with the modern format.For its part, the Unicaja, victim of the ‘curse’ of the host, fell in the second final of the three he has played in the competition. Depleted by the injury of Jaime Fernández, his best man in this Cup and who could barely play eight minutes, he found no answers beyond the faith of Darío Brizuela (22 points). Sad ending for a weekend in which Malaga had stoked his illusion much later.Real Madrid started the same formula used throughout this weekend: whatever Campazzo says. And the Argentine base said that in the final he played festival from the perimeter and to the task that the white patrol put on, martyred his adversary with an 8/14 in the first quarter and a half. Meanwhile, Unicaja scored 0/7 and suffered with Jaime Fernández; visibly lame, he left the bench and could not return. Photo: EFE Campazzo guided Real Madrid with 13 points and 13 assists
Kisner comes good ST SIMONS ISLAND, Ga (AP): Kevin Kisner ended a year marked by runner-up finishes with his first PGA Tour victory yesterday at Sea Island. With the RSM Classic in his hands, Kisner ran with it. His three-shot lead turned into a six-shot lead at the turn, and he breezed home with a 6-under 64 to win by six shots over Kevin Chappell. Kisner became the sixth first-time winner in the fall start of the new season, though this was hardly a surprise. He became the first player in nearly 70 years to lose three times in a play-off. He was runner-up in a World Golf Championship two weeks ago in Shanghai. Husbands lands brace TORONTO, Canada (CMC): Patrick Husbands won twice but came up short in the feature Glorious Song Stakes, on the ten-race card at Woodbine on Saturday. The 42-year-old Barbadian took victory in race six with favourite West L.A Girl before following up with another win in race seven aboard 7-1 chance Magni. However, paired with 5-1 bet Conquest Babayaga in the Glorious Song over seven furlongs, Husbands was forced to settle for second, 1-1/2 lengths behind eventual winner, favourite Ami’s Mesa, ridden by Luis Contreras. Atletico pass Real BARCELONA, Spain (AP): Atletico Madrid took advantage of Real Madrid’s humbling loss in the ‘clasico’ by moving past their cross-town rivals into second place in the Spanish league after winning 1-0 at Real Betis yesterday. Jorge ‘Koke’ Resurreccion blasted in what proved to be the winner in the seventh minute, and the outmatched hosts never mustered a serious challenge. New Canadian Olympic Committee chief MONTREAL (AP): Olympic medallist rower and lawyer Tricia Smith has been voted president of the Canadian Olympic Committee. She is a four-time Olympian who won a silver medal at the 1984 Los Angeles Games in coxless pairs with team-mate Elizabeth Craig. She is also the vice-president of the International Rowing Federation. Smith had been vice-president of the Canadian Olympic Committee since 2009. She recently became interim president of the organisation following Marcel Aubut’s resignation in October.
David De Gea (Manchester United)Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea © AFP/File / Glyn KIRKThe 27-year-old remains arguably the world’s top stopper and, with reported interest from Real Madrid, United boss Jose Mourinho has made it clear there is “no chance” he will allow the Spaniard to be sold this summer after another rock-solid season.DefendersKyle Walker (Manchester City)Manchester City defender Kyle WalkerThe England right-back forced his way out of Tottenham last year because he felt City offered a better chance of winning silverware. The move paid rich dividends as Walker celebrated Premier League and League Cup triumphs while his old club finished empty-handed.Jan Vertonghen (Tottenham)Marshalled by the Belgium centre-back, Tottenham boasted one of the Premier League’s most imposing defences, prompting boss Mauricio Pochettino to declare: “He is one of the best in Europe. He looks like a 20-year-old because it is easy for him to run, he’s like my new dog!”Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool)Liverpool defender Virgil van DijkLiverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says he does not expect to see the best of Van Dijk until next season. That should be a daunting prospect for opposing strikers after the Dutch centre-back’s superb form following a £75 million ($102 million) move from Southampton in January that made him the world’s most expensive defender.Ashley Young (Manchester United)Operating mainly at left-back, Young has emerged as an integral figure in United’s defence after successfully making the transition from his previous role on the wing. “For the last couple of seasons, there were lots of doubts. He is now an important member of our squad,” Mourinho said.MidfieldersKevin De Bruyne (Manchester City)Manchester City’s Belgian midfielder Kevin De BruyneAlthough he was pipped to the PFA player of the year award by Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah, De Bruyne finished the season widely rated as the driving force behind City’s title success. “Maybe in numbers there are guys better than him, but no there is no better player in this season. For me he was the best,” City manager Pep Guardiola said.Christian Eriksen (Tottenham)“Now you know why I call him ‘Golazo’,” grinned Pochettino as he saluted Eriksen’s sublime contribution to a 3-1 victory that secured Tottenham’s first success at Chelsea for 28 years.Eriksen is Tottenham’s chief creator but, as he showed against Chelsea, he can also conjure superb goals. “You can see he is so important for us. Eriksen makes the team play,” Pochettino added.David Silva (Manchester City)Manchester City’s Spanish midfielder David SilvaWhile other City stars may have hogged the spotlight, Silva is the quiet catalyst for their success.The diminutive Spaniard’s metronomic passing makes the champions tick and, recognising a tenacious spirit that belies his diminutive stature, Guardiola hailed him as “a huge competitor”.Forwards Harry Kane (Tottenham)For all the jokes about Kane’s successful appeal to have a goal credited to him instead of Eriksen recently, it is that ruthless nature that makes the England international “the world’s best striker” according to Pochettino. Kane was at his deadly best throughout another impressive campaign that saw him break Alan Shearer’s Premier League record by reaching 39 goals in a calendar year.Mohamed Salah (Liverpool)Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah won the Golden Boot for his record 32 Premier League goalsThe Egypt ace enjoyed an incredible debut season with Liverpool as he rewrote the record books with a goal blitz that makes his £34 million price tag look like the bargain of the century.Salah’s arrival from Roma was greeted with ambivalence after a lacklustre spell with Chelsea, but just nine months later his astonishing 44-goal haul, featuring a record 32 in the league, has catapulted the 25-year-old to superstar status.Sergio Aguero (Manchester City)Aguero, already idolised for his famous title-winning goal in 2012, was enshrined forever as a City legend after becoming the club’s record goalscorer this season. And the Argentine insists Guardiola deserves the credit for his prolific form. “Being able to adapt to Pep’s playing style has a large contributing factor in my form this season,” he said.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Manchester City celebrate their Premier League title triumph © AFP/File / Paul ELLISLONDON, United Kingdom, May 14 – After the 2017-18 Premier League season came to an end on Sunday, AFP Sports presents its Team of the Year, playing in a 4-3-3 formation:Goalkeeper
Stevan Jovetic 1 Inter Milan have rubbished claims that Stevan Jovetic is struggling for fitness following his move from Manchester City.The striker headed to the San Siro this summer on an initial 18-month loan after failing to break into Manuel Pellegrini’s first team.Following the completion of the deal there were claims in the Italian media that the Montenegro international was struggling with old injuries.But Piero Volpi, who is in charge of Inter’s medical team, has denied any truth to the speculation over the 25-year-old’s fitness.“I see Jovetic doing very well physically,” Volpi told FcInterNews.“He was immediately put at our disposal and arrived having already trained well in pre-season with Manchester City.“From all of our observations – the data collected and all the tests we have done – he hasn’t presented any of the problems that were so rumoured in the football world.“I have to say that we are very satisfied for now.”
– ROBERT HOUSTON Torrance Don’t reward the lenders Our government seems to be taking the wrong fork in the road. We are going to reward lenders for making simply awful loans. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is lowering interest rates again. This in effect says we don’t value those who save, plan and sacrifice for what they think is important. Moreover, for the last year all I have heard from the candidates is who is going to give me the most stuff. This isn’t the country I grew up in and read about! Where is John Galt when you need him? – EMERSON DAWSON Hermosa Beach Practice makes perfect In his Comment page column on Thursday, Thomas Sowell recounts as to why so many shots are fired by civilians and police with limited accuracy. He also states his own experience as a Marine Corps shooting trainer to further explain the lack of accuracy, even on the pistol range, where it was common for shooters to miss not only the bull’s eye but the whole target, which was equivalent to a man’s torso. I do not disagree with his thesis that police frequently miss more often than they hit their target within a range of 6 feet (57 percent to 43 percent). Further, only 7 percent of hits at a distance of 75 feet are reported by New York police. His potential reasons for the very poor accuracy are generally accepted by men in the protective and police agencies. His explanation for the need of policemen to fire 30 to 40 shots at a criminal and hope these shots hit the criminal is sophomoric at best. I served in the Security and Intelligence Unit while in the regular peacetime U.S. Army and, like many officers, was trained to fire a .45, most probably the least accurate hand weapon in creation. Yet the level of accuracy we were able to record is dramatically higher than accuracy percentages that Sowell reports. As a matter or record, my trainer in the service, could strike a bull’s eye or close to it one out of three shots routinely. What it comes down to is quite elementary – it is training and practice. The very same recipe is prevalent in athletics, business, medicine, etc. What we need is the kind of training my trainer provided. We especially need it for our brave police. Incidentally, the gang members’ accuracy, including drive-by shootings, is higher than that of our police. – JACOB FRIEND Torrance MB council needs input Most can probably agree that Manhattan Beach needs to refresh and/or replace some of its recreational facilities. Most also gasp when faced with the $200million price tag for the lengthy list of facilities being considered. Somewhere is an answer that can work, but what’s of tantamount importance is that the process to arrive at that answer is one in which the input and participation of the residents of Manhattan Beach are actively solicited. When Mayor Jim Aldinger removes that process from the agenda of “regular” City Council meetings and instead chooses to call a series of “special” meetings of the City Council that occur on the middle of a weekday, with little or no public notice, with no substantive agenda or meeting minutes being published, not only is any such public participation undeniably discouraged, but the entire process of building public trust and support for any such facilities plan is wholly undermined. Such special meetings of the Manhattan Beach City Council took place on Nov. 7 and Monday. Who knew? Perhaps the mayor and council are defining what should be in the final report of the $516,800 architectural contract with MDA Johnson Favaro, or maybe they are detailing plans for public polling and education, now that $59,000 has already been paid against the $231,600 contract with The Lew Edwards Group for these exact services? Who knows? Mayor Aldinger, once again you owe this community one heck of an explanation (at a “regular” City Council meeting, please). – GERRY O’CONNOR Manhattan Beach160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Advice for the governor So, our governor has run out of blank checks! Perhaps he needs a new set of advisers who recommend: Prison farms instead of expensive buildings. Many criminals don’t need high-security detainment. Buy gas from offshore California sources, clean it and sell it for a profit. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhicker: Clemson demonstrates that it’s tough to knock out the champ Ship old nuclear energy rods to Hanford, Wash., by boat for reprocessing instead of permanent storage. Then new power plants could be installed. Cancel all state funds for embryonic stem cell research. The latest approved method is better. Stop funding the expensive but futile effort to control climate change. Carbon dioxide is not a contributor to global warming; the sun is. Bill the U.S. government for health and prison care of illegal immigrants who contribute little to the state financially. The guest worker program should be changed. However, if you let our incompetent state Legislature make any decisions, we are in real financial trouble.
FEATURES: A family fun day has been organised by the family and friends of a brave little 4 year-old boy from West Donegal, to help raise funds for Temple Street Children’s Hospital. Family and friends are inviting young and old to the Banks Mullach Dearg this Sunday the 29th, for a fun day of activities beginning at 2pm. Cian Mulligan, along with his family and friends, are hosting a Family Fun Day to raise funds to thank Temple Street Children’s University Hospital and Jack & Jill Foundation for the care they have shown him.Cian Mulligan is a 4 year old boy from Dungloe, Co. Donegal. He was in receipt of care at his home from Jack and Jill Foundation until his 4th birthday, and currently attends Temple Street Children’s University Hospital in Dublin.His family, and their friends, are extremely grateful to both organisations for the consideration and attention that has been afforded to Cian.The comfort and care they have given him has been second to none and, together, they decided to come up with a way to raise funds for both charities, and thank them on Cian’s behalf for the tireless and valued work they do. This Sunday, May 29th see’s a great day of fun and loads of activities including, It’s a knockout to a Cross Country Challenge and Go-Karting for the boys to a Princess Pamper Parlour for the girls and lots more on the day, planned for the Banks in support of Team Cian’s upcoming Dublin Women’s Marathon where a team of ten locals will take part raising funds for the outstanding charities of Temple Street Children’s Hospital and the Jack and Jill Foundation.L-R Diane Robinson, Mairead Harkin, Amanda Boyle and Donna Boyle who were part of Team Cian which completed WAAR pictured along with Cian Mulligan last weekend.Cian’s mum, Majella Mulligan, along with a group of her friends and family, came together to form ‘Team Cian’ with a view to raising funds to donate to the charities. Some of the team decided to take part in the VHI Women’s Mini-Marathon in Dublin on June 6th, dedicating their fundraising to both charities. Under the title of ‘Team Cian’ some took part in WAAR in the Lower Rosses in mid May, with 2 members completing the full event, and 2 competing in the duathlon challenge. They also thought they might run a charity 5K in the run-up to the mini-marathon, as an extra community fundraiser. The 5K idea grew legs and extra events were added in. From this, ‘Cian’s Fun Day’ was born.“Temple Street Children’s University Hospital & The Jack & Jill foundation provided excellent care for Cian and this fun day is a good way of raising money for two excellent services while having a great time for young and old” said Cian’s aunty Donna Boyle.The local GAA club, Naomh Muire, were quick to lend their support. They offered to host the event at their grounds and assist with manpower in the lead-up and on the day. Businesses in the area have rallied around to sponsor resources and prizes. The local support has been overwhelming!Team Cian are so very grateful to everybody who has helped them so far; from raising awareness of their fundraising to supporting them in the preparation for Cian’s Fun Day. The money raised on the day will be split between both charities. What goes to Jack and Jill will help families just like Cian’s by giving them the gift of time….time to go shopping, or spend with other children in the family, or simply enjoy a good night’s sleep, time other families might take for granted, but which is precious to the families of these special children. The money that will be donated to Temple Street is going straight to the new Neurological Department in the hospital, which so desperately needs funding to be able to sustain the level of care these children deserve.“We hope to see everyone next Sunday, 29th, at The Banks in Mullaghduff, at what promises to be a fun-filled event for all the family!” – said family friend and event organiser Diane Robinson. Bígí linn!FANTASTIC DAY IN STORE THIS SUNDAY FOR CIAN’S FUN DAY was last modified: May 26th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:bankscians fun dayjack & jillsunday 29thTemple Street Hospital
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2 – Associated Press Play: “The History Boys.” Musical: “Jersey Boys.” Book-Musical: “The Drowsy Chaperone.” Original Score: “The Drowsy Chaperone.” Revival-Play: “Awake and Sing!” Revival-Musical: “The Pajama Game.” Actor-Play: Richard Griffiths, “The History Boys.” Actress-Play: Cynthia Nixon, “Rabbit Hole.” Actor-Musical: John Lloyd Young, “Jersey Boys.” Actress-Musical: LaChanze, “The Color Purple.” Featured Actor-Play: Ian McDiarmid, “Faith Healer.” Featured Actress-Play: Frances de la Tour, “The History Boys.” Featured Actor-Musical: Christian Hoff, “Jersey Boys.” Featured Actress-Musical: Beth Leavel, “The Drowsy Chaperone.” Direction-Play: Nicholas Hytner, “The History Boys.” Direction-Musical: John Doyle, “Sweeney Todd.” Choreography: Kathleen Marshall, “The Pajama Game.” Special Tony Award: Harold Prince.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “Jersey Boys,” the fast-moving musical biography of pop icons Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, won best musical Sunday at the 2006 Tony Awards, while “The History Boys,” Alan Bennett’s wise, witty dissection of British education, was named best play. “The History Boys” received six Tonys, more than any other production, also taking home prizes for actor, Richard Griffiths; director, Nicholas Hytner; featured actress, Frances de la Tour; and two design prizes, sets and lighting. While “Jersey Boys” picked up the top musical prize and received four Tonys, its main competitor, “The Drowsy Chaperone,” the Canadian-born musical that affectionately celebrates Broadway’s past, won more awards. “Jersey Boys,” “The Drowsy Chaperone” and “The History Boys” are among the shows doing potent business at the box office, underscoring that the 2005-2006 season has been good for Broadway.
1 Chelsea have agreed a £40million move for Manchester United target Tiemoue Bakayoko, who will pen a five-year deal at Stamford Bridge.According to French outlet RMC, the deal is done, with a medical booked in for Friday ahead of the official completion of the transfer.French champions Monaco have finally accepted the offer from Chelsea, who made Bakayoko one of their top targets earlier this summer.It will come as bad news for United, who have also been extensively linked with the young Frenchman during this window.United boss Jose Mourinho is desperate to land a hard-working, combative midfielder before the start of the season and Bakayoko appeared to fit the bill.The Old Trafford giants have also been linked with Chelsea’s Nemanja Matic, Tottenham’s Eric Dier and Roma’s Belgian ace Radja Nainggolan.Bakayoko was a key member of the Monaco squad who won Ligue 1 and reached the Champions League semi-final and is now considered one of the best midfielders of his kind in world football.As such, £40m could eventually be considered as very shrewd business for the man still under contract until 2019.Manchester United and Chelsea to go head-to-head for Radja Nainggolan – reports Tiemoue Bakayoko
Boyle-ing – the Lettermacaward men leadThe Boyle Boys celebrate> Pic Clive WassonLETTERMACAWARD’S Declan Boyle is Donegal International Rally champion – the first Donegal home crew win in 31 years.He and navigator Brian finished 30 seconds ahead of their nearest rivals.It’s the first Donegal Driver since James Cullen in 99 and and the 1st ALL DONEGAL crew since Vincent Bonner and Seamus McGettigan in 1983. Defending champions Sam Moffett and James O Reilly were second with former champions Gary Jennings and Rory Kennedy finished third.Josh Moffett and John Rowan took the Group N honours from Stephen Mc Cann and Lisa O Dowd with Aaron Mc Hale and Paul Mc Gee in third spot.The National event was won by Monaghan’s Gary Mc Phillips & Paul Sheridan from local crew Conor Harvey & Gerard Callaghan in 2nd spot with Frank Kelly & Liam Brennan third. Local crews Brian Brogan/Damien Mc Gettigan in 4th and Damien Gallagher / Mac Walsh in 5th also had great events.All the positions are below: Rory and Garry O/ACarDriver/CodriverMakeClassPosSS20RoadTotalDiff 1stDiff Prev12Declan Boyle/Brian BoyleSubaru WRC6O/A10:17.00:002:21:56.421Sam Moffett/James O’ReillyFord Fiesta WRC6O/A10:19.80:002:22:31.20:34.80:34.833Garry Jennings/Rory KennedySubaru WRC6O/A10:24.70:002:25:14.33:17.92:43.146Derek McGarrity/James McKeeSubaru WRC6110:25.60:002:26:41.64:45.21:27.3510Josh Moffett/John RowanMitsubishi Evo 94111:28.50:002:33:09.211:12.86:27.6625Stephen McCann/Lisa O’DowdMitsubishi Evo 94211:51.10:002:37:57.616:01.24:48.4728Aaron McHale/Paul McGeeMitsubishi Evo 94311:40.70:002:40:02.418:06.02:04.8883Callum Devine/Liam McLaughlinFord Fiesta R22111:41.90:002:43:41.121:44.73:38.79109Richard Tanahill/Aileen KellyPeugeot 2082211:44.50:002:44:17.722:21.30:36.61041Brian O’Keefe/Sean HaydeSubaru Impreza4412:02.00:002:45:41.023:44.61:23.311104Martin O’Donnell/John M O’DonnellHonda Civic1112:32.70:002:49:18.527:22.13:37.51284Ed Twomey/William LynchFord Fiesta ST2312:15.60:002:50:43.828:47.41:25.313141Alistair Glenn/Paul GallagherPeugeot 2062413:48.90:003:13:48.451:52.023:04.6Results for the National categoryO/ACarDriver/CodriverMakeClassPosSS20RoadTotalDiff 1stDiff Prev114Gary McPhillips/Paul SheridanFord Escort Mk214O/A10:58.60:002:30:06.4232Conor Harvey/Gerard CallaghanFord Escort14O/A10:51.50:002:31:24.21:17.81:17.8319Frank Kelly/Liam BrennanFord Escort14O/A10:36.70:002:31:34.01:27.60:09.8422Brian Brogan/Damien McGettiganFord Escort Mk214110:59.80:002:33:10.03:03.61:36.0520Damien Gallagher/Mac WalshFord Escort14210:54.60:152:34:46.84:40.41:36.8618Wesley Patterson/Johnny BairdFord Escort14310:58.50:002:35:21.45:15.00:34.67160Richard Moffett/Martin ConnollyToyota Starlet13111:07.50:002:35:32.65:26.20:11.28165Vivian Hamill/Stephen ThorntonFord Escort RS14411:03.60:002:37:53.07:46.62:20.4945John McQuaid/Seamus O’ConnorFord Escort Mk214511:06.80:002:39:26.79:20.31:33.71031Jim McKenna/Thomas TreanorFord Escort14611:32.30:002:40:15.510:09.10:48.81142Patrick McHugh/Pauric O’DonnellFord Escort13211:26.30:002:40:28.710:22.30:13.21236Robbie Peoples/Keith StewartFord Escort Mk214712:17.20:002:41:53.811:47.41:25.11370Gerard McQuaid/Gary QuinlanFord Escort Mk213311:12.80:002:42:03.711:57.30:09.91454Adrian McElhinney/Paddy GormanFord Escort Mk213411:28.80:002:42:23.212:16.80:19.51567Paul Doherty/Hugh CollFord Escort Mk213511:34.10:002:42:50.212:43.80:27.01651Kevin Bradley/Graham HendersonFord Escort Mk211R111:45.50:002:44:08.814:02.41:18.61744Kieron Graffin/Paddy RobinsonMitsubishi Evo1016111:30.90:002:44:17.114:10.70:08.318156Anthony Hand/James McCarvilleFord Escort Mk211R211:18.50:002:44:33.614:27.20:16.51972Paul Gallagher/Patrick GallagherFord Escort Mk111R311:36.80:002:44:41.414:35.00:07.82047Thomas Keys/Dean O’SullivanFord Escort Mk213611:40.10:002:44:41.414:35.02199Garry Gallagher/Lee CullenToyota Corolla11R411:35.40:002:44:52.614:46.20:11.222110Paul Creamer/Patrick DurningHonda Civic11F111:56.90:002:45:07.115:00.70:14.52382Gerard McFall/Conor O’LoanMitsubishi Evo 916211:30.90:002:45:18.115:11.70:11.02448Gary McElhinney/Johny CharlestonFord Escort Mk213711:50.20:002:45:37.915:31.50:19.82580Enda McCormack/Colin FitzgeraldHyundai WRC15111:33.50:002:45:41.815:35.40:03.92692Liam McFall/Matthew McKennaMitsubishi Evo 916311:41.20:002:45:43.415:37.00:01.62795Liam McMullan/John CollHonda Civic11F212:05.30:002:46:15.216:08.80:31.82896Barry McGill/Derek HeenaFord Escort Mk29111:50.60:002:46:29.416:23.00:14.229115James McDermott/Paul McDermottVauxhall Chevette12112:06.90:002:47:53.417:47.01:24.03068John Dolan/Jack McGinleyFord Escort Mk213811:51.00:002:49:12.019:05.61:18.63178Ashley Dickson/Niall BurnsMitsubishi Evo916411:51.80:002:49:39.319:32.90:27.33279Liam Egan/Raymond CoppingerToyota Corolla WRC15212:11.90:002:49:39.719:33.30:00.43374Eamonn Doherty/Loretta KellyFord Escort 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The Black Cats are said to be accessing their options after the wantaway pair did not turn up as the team prepare for League One football.Senegal defender Djilobodji and Gabon midfielder Ndong were due back on Wearside on Monday, ahead of the squad’s departure for a training camp in Portugal.But did not turn up, and remained absent on Tuesday.Both players are as keen to leave the club as the Black Cats are to offload them, in an attempt to reduce the wage bill for life in League One.New manager Jack Ross is busily rebuilding his squad having made six signings to date.Djilobodji, an £8million signing from Chelsea in August 2016, spent last season on loan at French club Dijon, while Ndong, who cost Sunderland £13.6million when he arrived from Lorient during the same summer, sealed a temporary move to Watford in January, but did not make a single senior appearance.Ivory Coast international defender Lamine Kone did report back for training, but did not travel to Portugal as he too looks to secure a move. Sunderland duo Didier Ndong and Papy Djilobodji have both failed to report for pre-season training this week, according to reports. Ndong and Djilobodji did not turn up for pre-season training this week 1