The Reds dominated throughout and could have been out of sight by half-time, but as it was they had to settle for Roberto Firmino’s header.However, James Milner’s penalty, a second for Firmino and a Trent Alexander-Arnold ping did further damage in the second half to move Jürgen Klopp’s side 13 points ahead of the Foxes with a game in handShare on: WhatsApp Trent Alexander-Arnold Leicester City 0-4 Liverpool Firmino heads Reds into lead on 31 minutes Milner penalty doubles advantage on 71 before Firmino strikes again Alexander-Arnold drills in a fourthLeicester , UK | THE INDEPENDENT | A simply breathtaking performance from Liverpool secures an emphatic victory over Leicester City at the King Power Stadium to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League table.
Twenty-eight junior teed it up at Redstone under sunny skies for the 18-hole tournament Saturday.Overall winner was Braden McKay of Rossland/Trail, his first ever overall Junior Circuit win. In the age categories MacKenzie Field of Christina Lake took first in the 17-18 division with Alex Rugg and Garrett Underwood deadlock in second. Tyler McKay, was first in the 15-16 year division with Fullerton second and Trevor Browell was third. In the 14 and under division, Arcuri took first while Jackson Konkin of Rossland/Trail a solid second at 88 and Browell placed third.In the net division Ellard was first overall in the 15-18 and Jeff Ashton from Castlegar was first in the 14 and under division. Browell and Ryan Page from RTCC both won closest to the pin while Ashton and David Launier won long drives in their respective divisions. Granite Pointe’s Carson Arcuri, Ryan Fullerton of Rossland/Trail, Trevor Browell of Champion Lakes and Kaslo’s Shawn Ellard all earned spots on the Zone One West Kootenay B.C. Summer Games Golf team as the junior circuit made a stop at Redstone Resort in Rossland.The quartet qualified during the latest stop on the Zone One West Kootenay Golf tour with Ellard sneaking in the back door, defeating Champion Lakes golfer Aiden Browell in a play off to earn the fourth spot.The BC Summer games allows players age 16 and under to try and qualify, provided they have not played the summer games tournament before. read more
–30– WINNER COULD BE HEADED TO GRADE I, $1 MILLION BREEDERS’ CUP JUVENILE FILLIES TURF NOV. 4 ARCADIA, Calif. (Oct. 10, 2016)–Last early in a field of 11 juvenile fillies, Miss Southern Miss rallied five-wide turning for home while displaying a torrid turn of foot to take Monday’s $100,000 Surfer Girl Stakes at Santa Anita by 2 ½ lengths under Kent Desormeaux. Trained by his brother, Keith, Miss Southern Miss covered a mile on turf in 1:35.08.Most recently fifth in the Grade I, seven furlong Del Mar Debutante on Sept. 3, the Kentucky-bred daughter of More Than Ready tried turf and two turns for the first time on Monday and, given the result, chances are she’ll remain on grass for the foreseeable future. Off at 9-2, she paid $11.60, $6.00 and $4.80.“According to her pedigree, she’s supposed to run like this,” said Keith Desormeaux. “I tell you what, since that 2-year-old crop came in, there’s never been a doubt as to who is number one in the barn…The key was Kent today. If you watch her other races, it was a struggle for him to get her to relax…I had a lot of confidence that she’d continue her run home. And, it’s the pedigree! It’s nice to see that stuff come to fruition. She had them beat at the eighth pole…She’s going to be a really good horse on this turf.”Breaking from post position seven, Miss Southern Miss rated beautifully and had one horse beat with three furlongs to run. Full of run, Desormeaux opted to save ground around the turn and swung out at the quarter pole.“We have always been very, very fond of her,” said Kent Desormeaux. “She works lights out but unfortunately, when she gets behind horses on the dirt, the spray sets her off…On the grass, she just canters around there. She settled down the backside and never did take a deep breath today. She’s very talented and I guess she just needed a little grass under her feet. I hope she’s going to the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf (Grade I, $1 million at Santa Anita Nov. 4) because I’d love to ride her there.”Owned by Peter L. Cantrell, Miss Southern Miss improved to 5-2-2-0. With the winner’s share of $60,000, she increased her bankroll to $164,600.Ridden for the first time by French-born sensation Florent Geroux, Happy Mesa sat a close fourth at the rail going into the far turn, saved ground, rallied and was all-out to hold off German-bred La Force for the place in her Southern California debut for trainer H. Graham Motion. The second choice at 7-2, Happy Mesa paid $5.40 and $4.60 .Ridden by Rafael Bejarano, La Force had to wait for room around the turn and rallied resolutely through the lane to finish 2 ¼ lengths clear of Con Te Partiro. Off at 20-1 in her U.S. debut, Le Force paid $10.40 to show.Fractions on the race were 22.33, 46.25 and 1:11.16.The Surfer Girl was run as the sixth race on a nine-race card Monday at Santa Anita. read more