Finder.com.au spokeswoman Bessie HassanCAIRNS home buyers take about two years’ less to save for a home deposit than in other areas of the state such as Noosa and the Gold Coast.Saving a deposit in southern regional centres can still take first home buyers up to five years, but in Cairns, aspiring investors can be in their own home within 3.3 years.According to money expert, Bessie Hassan of finder.com.au, who has crunched the numbers using average income and median house prices, those who decide their first home will be in Noosa will be saving for on average 5.8 years to get a 20 per cent deposit together.The Gold Coast, 4.9 years, and the Sunshine Coast, 4.8 years, were not far behind.Ms Hassan said those coastal markets were highly populated tourists areas so it was not surprising that they had a higher property price tag and therefore a longer deposit-saving time compared to other precincts within regional Queensland.The research revealed home buyers who can get in the market the quickest where those buying in the Central Highlands, Mackay and Townsville.Ms Hassan said the quicker time to save a deposit was largely due to the lower average house prices in these regions.More from newsCairns home ticks popular internet search terms2 days agoTen auction results from ‘active’ weekend in Cairns2 days ago“If you’re saving for a deposit, check out local property prices in the area and work out what you’ll need for a deposit. Remember, you should aim for at least a 20 per cent deposit so you can avoid paying mortgage insurance,’’ she said.Ms Hassan said one of the quickest ways to cut spending and increase savings was cutting “luxury items’’ such as food delivery services or travel.“Parking your funds in a high-interest savings account or a term deposit may also help you maximise your return and fast-track your way into the property market,’’ she said.She advised potential first time buyers to run an audit on their financial accounts to see if they could be paying less fess or interest as a way of finding more savings.National data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics showed that the number of finance approvals for first home buyers was now at its highest level in eight years.In Queensland, the number of finance approvals increased by almost 10 per cent.REA Group chief economist Nerida Conisbee said while the number of finance approvals for investors and upgraders had dropped, first home buyers were bucking the trend.“We are now seeing the highest level of first home buyers since 2010,” she said.
Dorothy Ella Riley, age 88, of Metamora, Indiana died Wednesday, December 27, 2017 at her residence in Metamora.Born Friday, May 3, 1929 in Franklin County, Indiana she was the daughter of the late Louis T. & Mabel (Keller) Baker. She was united in marriage to Vernon Riley and he preceded her in death in 1992.A homemaker, she had also worked for many years at the Hearthstone Restaurant in Metamora. She was a member of the old Metamora Church of Christ, and had been active with the Metamora Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary since its inception. In her leisure time she enjoyed spending time with her family, and loved playing cards, with Poker and Oldenburg Rum being her favorite games.Survivors include two daughters, Dianna (Alan) Carey of Connersville, Indiana, Deborah Moore-Edwards of Metamora, Indiana; her favorite daughter-in-law, Kathy Riley of Batesville, Indiana; 9 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; 12 great-great grandchildren; a sister, Mildred Slagle of Metamora, Indiana and a brother, Louis ‘Bud’ Baker Jr. of Metamora, Indiana.In addition to her parents and husband, Vernon, she was preceded in death by two sons, Tommy Riley and Buddy Riley; nine brothers & sisters; and one great-grandson.Family & friends may visit from 9:30 A.M. until 12:00 Noon on Saturday, December 30, 2017 at Metamora Church of God, 20124 U.S. Highway 52, Laurel, IN.Rev. Wayne Ison will officiate the funeral services at 12:00 Noon on Saturday, December 30, 2017 at the Metamora Church of God. Burial will follow in Maple Grove Cemetery in Brookville, Indiana.Memorial contributions may be directed to St. Jude Children’s Hospital or Hospice of Margaret Mary Community Hospital.The staff of Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home are honored to serve the Riley family, to sign the online guest book or send personal condolences please visit www.phillipsandmeyers.com.
The jibe came from West Ham boss Sam Allardyce after the 1-1 draw between the sides on Sunday and prompted Louis van Gaal to produce a dossier of statistics at his press conference on Tuesday. Burnley visit Old Trafford on Wednesday, and Dyche will certainly not be making similar comments. Press Association The Clarets boss said: “I find it incredible, the whole thing. “I think back to my youth and a player then who was renowned was Glenn Hoddle. Was he renowned for playing five and 10-yard passes? No he wasn’t. Was Ronald Koeman renowned for playing five and 10-yard passes? He was marvelled at. “I’m looking at Man Utd’s team – I think they’re capable of playing the ball more than five or 10 yards, and probably accurately and probably with some style. “I’m certainly not questioning whether they’re a long-ball side or not. I think it’s a bizarre debate.” The trip to Old Trafford is the start of a formidable run of fixtures for Burnley, who headed into the midweek programme one point above the relegation zone. Over the next two months they also face Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Tottenham and Arsenal, but Dyche is undaunted. “This is the reality of the league,” he said. “You’ve got to play everyone home and away. How they fall is irrelevant. “It’s the challenge we all wanted. I want it, the players want it, the town wanted it, the club wanted it. You can’t then go, ‘Oh, they’re big games against big clubs’. Yes they are and that’s exactly what we were expecting.” Sean Dyche reacted with incredulity to criticism of Manchester United for being a long-ball team. Burnley’s hopes of surviving the drop were dealt a blow on Tuesday with the news key midfielder Dean Marney will miss the rest of the season after damaging his cruciate knee ligament. The 31-year-old, who has played nearly 200 matches in close to five years at Turf Moor, suffered the injury during Sunday’s 2-2 draw with West Brom. The incident appeared innocuous but scans confirmed Burnley’s worst fears and an unwanted hat-trick. Marney joins defender Kevin Long, who suffered the same injury last month, in the treatment room, while striker Sam Vokes missed the start of the season as he recovered from a ruptured cruciate. Dyche said: “It’s amazing that we’ve had three cruciate injuries in a year and all of them anomalies. Deano thought he might be able to run it off such was his desire to continue. “We feel for Deano and ourselves because he’s done very well over a number of years. We know he’ll get the right support here and him and Longy will be good mates over the next few months.” The timing is especially cruel coming just a week after the end of the January transfer window, during which Dyche tried and failed to strengthen his central midfield options. He said: “We had two deals that were agreed and the clubs decided not to do them. Then it’s just an unbelievable turn of events that someone gets such a serious injury a week later. We’ve been light in central midfield for a long time now.” Wednesday’s game, meanwhile, gives defender Michael Keane an early opportunity to return to Old Trafford. The 22-year-old joined Burnley on loan from United in September before making the switch permanent to become Dyche’s only January signing. His last appearance in a United shirt came in the embarrassing 4-0 defeat by MK Dons in August and, with the boot now on the other foot, he is hoping it will be another uncomfortable evening for Van Gaal. Keane said: “I’m really looking forward to it. I was there for ages and I’ve got a lot of friends there, a lot of people I’m looking forward to seeing, but the main thing is I’m going with Burnley and hoping to get a result. “It was a big decision to leave. When I first came here on loan I would have got games there so I was a bit gutted and disappointed. “When I made myself permanent at Burnley, while I was really happy I had the opportunity to do that, there is a little bit of you that’s disappointed you haven’t made it at United. “But it’s something I’ve moved on from now and I’m just looking ahead.”
The initiative was conceived by executives at Brighton, which has committed to giving National Health Service workers 1,000 tickets for matches and has invited other clubs from the Premier League, English Football League, Scotland and Northern Ireland to join in.Bournemouth immediately followed suit, offering “a minimum of” 1,000 tickets.Brighton chief executive Paul Barber says “we feel this is a small way in which we can show our gratitude for those NHS staff on the front line who are fighting the battle on behalf of all of us and give them something to look forward to.”___The Kontinental Hockey League has given up on trying to reschedule its playoffs and canceled the remainder of the season. Bach says “we were in line with these developments” until World Health Organization leaders said Monday the coronavirus pandemic is accelerating.Bach and the International Olympic Committee faced mounting criticism from athletes last week for publicly supporting holding the Tokyo Games in July and August.Bach was asked on a conference call why the postponement decision came only after much of the world was in lockdown. He says “we could not see (government) measures being taken lasting until July.”___Premier League teams Brighton and Bournemouth have become the first clubs to sign up to a campaign to make 100,000 free soccer tickets available to medical workers on the front line during the coronavirus outbreak. The Russia-based KHL is widely considered to be the strongest league outside the NHL. It was due to play its conference semifinals when play was suspended because of the coronavirus outbreak.Teams from Finland and Kazakhstan withdrew because of travel and safety concerns. That left the league with six teams in an eight-team bracket. The KHL tried to draw up a new playoff system and considered resuming in June and July but has now decided to focus on preparing for a 2020-21 season.League president and former Pittsburgh Penguins forward Alexei Morozov says “we consider that no one has the right to take on responsibility for people’s lives and health.”It’s unclear how or even whether a champion will be declared. The league says the board will discuss how to allocate finishing positions.___ Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___IOC president Thomas Bach says government guidelines imposing restrictions on daily life only into next month and even President Donald Trump’s target of the “middle of April” to lift them are among the reasons why he waited so long to postpone the Tokyo Olympics. The Latest: Olympic postponement delayed by govt guidelines Associated Press March 25, 2020 Athletics Australia has canceled its national track and field championships in a bid to help “flatten the curve” of the coronavirus pandemic.The decision comes a day after the Tokyo Olympics were postponed to 2021, and after the Australian championships had already been postponed.Athletics Australia chief executive Darren Gocher says he hopes the cancellation gives athletes some certainty and, combined with the Olympics being delayed 12 months, “means that our athletes now have a new goal to work toward.”The Australian government has imposed strict travel bans, and is urging people to stay at home. Bars, cafes, cinemas and restaurants have been closed, and social events are being curbed. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said no more than five people should attend weddings — including the marrying couple — and no more than 10 people should attend funerals.___ More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6
Ahead of the African Boxing Union (ABU) lightweight title bout, boxing fans have been giving their opinions on who they think will triumph between reigning champion, Oto “Joe Boy” Joseph, and West African Boxing Union (WABU) champion, Rilwan “Real One” Oladosu.The bout, which headlines GOtv Boxing Night 20 slated for 12 October at the Indoor Sports Hall of the National Stadium in Lagos, is widely rated as the biggest boxing bout on Nigerian soil in more than two decades, the reason it has provoked enormous interest among boxing fans who have taken to the social media to express their views.Both boxers remain undefeated since turning professional and are currently involved in a long-running war of words which, on four occasions, saw them being pulled apart to prevent an exchange of bare-knuckled punches. The rivalry dates back to their amateur days, during which they were said to be the best of the crop and view each other with no little degree of sporting animosity. A boxing fan, Moses Adejoh Mansa, believes that Joe Boy is a better boxer and will retain his title.“Joe Boy all the way. Any day. Any time,” he posted on a Facebook thread on the coming bout. Sharing the same sentiment is another fan, who identifies himself simply as Adeola. He is convinced that the ABU champion is more skillful and will win the fight.However, many others are rooting for Real One. Adetokun Abayomi Mike, for instance, admits that both boxers are very good, but tipped Real One to carry the day. “I go for Real One. I know both boxers well, but power will change hands on that day,” he wrote. He found many others agreeing with his sentiment, with Oluwatobi Sunday, Martins Abiola and Oladunjoye Lateef Olawale both posting “Real One all the way.”To others, the fight is too close to call. Rising lightweight boxer, Isaac “I-Star” Chukwudi, is torn between the two boxers, who he described as his favourites on the domestic scene. He stated that if it was up to him, he would prefer that they do not meet at this stage in their careers.“I never wanted this fight to happen now because both are the best we have in Nigeria. I was hoping that Joe Boy would vacate the ABU title for Real One, while he goes after a bigger title. I don’t want either to lose,” he said with barely disguised regret that they two have been paired.Another Facebook user, Zeezo Reezo, is similarly in two minds and just wants to see the better boxer win. “Real One is good, but Joe Boy is a good puncher, so let the better man win,” he wrote.Joe Boy, a three-time winner of the best boxer award at GOtv Boxing Night, is facing arguably his toughest opponent yet in Real One, who has also won the award on two occasions.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments Published on November 3, 2010 at 12:00 pm Doug Beaumont knew from the very first team meeting of the year that new head coach Charlie Strong was ready to turn around a sagging Louisville program. Before spring practices started, before he had gotten to know his players, Strong sent his team a message in that first meeting. A message that the senior wide receiver Beaumont said was not delivered in the kindest of tones. It was a message, Beaumont said, that showed the Louisville football team that Strong was there to turn things around. He demanded respect from his players. And he got it immediately. ‘He told us from the get-go what he’s expecting, what he’s going to do,’ Beaumont said. ‘And it showed us that it’s not time to play around no more, and we just have to respect him. He got his trust right away. And from then on, he kept his trust. ‘My first impression was he was the real deal.’AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Strong has eased off that intensity slightly as he has built a rapport with his players. But come Saturdays, the passion works its way back into the first-year head coach’s demeanor. As the former Florida defensive coordinator, he was brought to Louisville to improve that side of the football, where the Cardinals (4-4, 1-2 Big East) finished 65th in the nation last year. And that improvement has already emerged in Louisville’s play this year. Strong and the Cardinals’ No. 22-ranked defense will be on display when they take on Syracuse (6-2, 3-1) Saturday at noon in the Carrier Dome. ‘It’s a big turnaround, you can just tell,’ Beaumont said. ‘The defense is more motivated to get to the ball fast, play hard. … They have great execution planned from Coach Strong and the defensive staff.’ Just a year ago, Louisville struggled to keep teams out of the end zone, a major contributor to its 4-8 season. The defense allowed 26.3 points per game, a number that bumped up to 32.5 per game in the Cardinals’ eight losses. Their pass rush mustered just 23 sacks through those 12 games, and the run defense ranked No. 84 in the country. Enter Strong. He served as Florida’s defensive coordinator from 2003 to 2009 and won two national championships with the Gators. After accepting the new position at Louisville, he completely revamped the entire coaching staff — offense included. He brought Vance Bedford with him from Florida to serve as defensive coordinator and added position coaches from all over the country on both sides of the ball. With all the changes have come improvements, especially in Strong’s area of expertise. The defense has shaved a full touchdown off its points-allowed average from a year ago. It already has 20 sacks through its first eight games, and its pass defense ranks No. 13 in the nation. The Cardinals have even pitched two shutouts already this year in wins against Memphis and Connecticut. Strong said it starts with defensive line play. ‘It’s important that you play well up front,’ he said. ‘Especially on the defensive front, because if you can’t stop anybody from running the ball, then you don’t even get a chance to rush the passer. So it’s critical that we get going there, that we play very well up front.’ But what makes Strong different from other coaches is not his talent with X’s and O’s. Florida head coach Urban Meyer, who Strong served under while with the Gators, said last offseason that it was his skills off the field that separate him from others. ‘A lot of times, you may not be the best schematic coach, which I think (Strong is) very good,’ Meyer told reporters. ‘But the thing that makes Charlie such a special guy is the fact that he has impeccable character and is a great leader.’ The Cardinal players have taken notice of their coach’s intangibles as well. Beaumont said the coach can command respect and express his passion one day, like he did in that first team meeting, but can also keep things light-hearted. He has maintained trust and respect from his players by developing relationships with them. He jokes around and laughs with the team when appropriate. But he also comes down on them when he needs to, as he did by benching defensive end Rodney Gnat for the Cardinals’ opening day loss to Kentucky. Strong said the senior didn’t practice well leading up to the game, resulting in his benching. Gnat responded by tallying seven tackles and 4.5 sacks the next week in Louisville’s 23-13 win over Eastern Kentucky. He currently ranks fourth in the Big East with 6.5 sacks on the year. ‘I just think he’s a players’ coach,’ Beaumont said. ‘He can joke around with us. He can fool around with us. He’s a coach that knows how to lead. He has a fun time but, at the same time, knows it’s business and knows that we have to be serious on the game field. ‘And that’s what he’s good at.’ Strong has already initiated the turnaround he was hired to produce. He does delve into the offense to make sure it is prepared for Saturdays, but his heart lies with the defense, where he has already left a mark. He has said he wants to change the mindset of the program. Louisville went to a BCS bowl as recently as 2006 before stumbling to a 15-21 record over the past three years. He sent the message to his team that it was time for a change in that first team meeting. And as Strong’s era has gotten underway, so too has the turnaround for Louisville football. ‘When you look at it, it’s a program that four years ago went to the Orange Bowl,’ Strong said. ‘It hasn’t been to a bowl game in the last three years, so it’s just change the overall attitude of this football team. You had to get them to believe that they can go play. Get them to believe that they can win.’ email@example.com
Two Tipperary soccer players are nominated for the FAI Junior International Player of the YearChris Higgins of St Michael’s in Tipp town and David Joyce of Clonmel Celtic are up against Eoin Hayes of Newmarket Celtic in Clare for the accolade.The winners will be announced on Sunday, March 18. Photo © Pixabay
The 52-year-old feels the European champions would not have lost to the Selecao without a partisan crowd and feels Lionel Messi is still the world’s best playerArgentina legend Diego Maradona believes that Spain would not have lost the Confederations Cup final against Brazil had the game been played at a neutral venue.The European and world champions were comfortably beaten 3-0 at the Maracana following a double from Fred either side of a Neymar strike and the 52-year-old feels the hostile environment affected Vicente del Bosque’s men.“Spain were unlucky that the tournament was being played in Brazil. They looked promising. Brazil wouldn’t have beaten them had the game been played on neutral ground,” he told reporters.The Napoli icon then went on to praise Lionel Messi and stressed that the Barcelona star is still a cut above Neymar and Cristiano Ronaldo.“Messi remains the best in the world. He is still a better player than Neymar and Cristiano Ronaldo.” Maradona also had his say on the 2014 World Cup and he is hopeful that Argentina can emerge victorious in Brazil.“Next year’s World Cup belongs to South Americans. I hope Argentina will be crowned champions,” he added.“The Argentine Football Association is being run by an incompetent person, though. That’s what Argentine football has had to deal with recently.”
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SPH. Ryu (L)LA@COLFri 8:40A. Senzatela (R)$8900$8500$50See above CY. Gomes (R)WSH@DETFri 7:10D. Norris (L)$2900$2400$7UPGRADE 3BM. Sanó (R)MIN@CWSFri 8:10. ()$4600$3200$14UPGRADE 2BL. Arraez (L)MIN@CWSFri 8:10. ()$3800$2800$14See above 2BB. Dozier (R)WSH@DETFri 7:10D. Norris (L)$3400$2500$15UPGRADE 2BJ. Altuve (R)SEA@HOUFri 8:10M. Carasiti (R)$3900$4000$15UPGRADE 1BA. Rizzo (L)CHI@CINFri 7:10S. Gray (R)$4800$3900$17UPGRADE OFJ. Heyward (L)CHI@CINFri 7:10S. Gray (R)$4100$3000$15UPGRADE OFG. Springer (R)SEA@HOUFri 8:10M. Carasiti (R)$5800$4600$23UPGRADE Today’s MLB DFS Picks: DraftKings, FanDuel advice for Friday, June 28SP: Hyun-Jin Ryu, Dodgers @ Rockies. So, we have the likely NL Cy Young leader priced all the way down to $8,900 tonight because of the Coors Field matchup. This is exactly the type of risk you want to take in GPPs because we know Ryu can be lights out but we also know Coors has gotten the better of elite pitchers many times in the past.C: Tom Murphy, Mariners @ Astros. Murphy has been a good hitter against both LHP and RHP this season, so the split matchup isn’t really a big deal, but the Mariners do face a lefty tonight in Wade Miley, so that makes it more likely that Murphy starts over Omar Narvaez.MORE FRIDAY MLB: SP rankings1B: Howie Kendrick, Nationals @ Tigers. We have the Nats against a lefthanded pitcher, so the usual suspects are going to be in the Playbook today. Kendrick is hitting a robust .381 with an OPS of 1.053 against LHPs on the season.2B: Luis Arraez, Twins @ White Sox. I haven’t really ignored the run Arraez has been on, but I wish I have taken more advantage of it. He has been on fire since his call-up hitting .449. The White Sox are sending Omar Despaigne to the mound, who is basically the human form of batting practice.SS: Fernando Tatis Jr., Padres vs. Cardinals. Michael Wacha is struggling, and Tatis doesn’t care if he is facing a LHP or RHP. It does help his case, however, that eight of his nine home runs this season have come off righties, as have eight of the 11 stolen bases.3B: Maikel Franco, Phillies @ Marlins. The man is on fire right now, hitting .412 with three HRs, four runs and seven RBIs over the past four games. SST. Turner (R)WSH@DETFri 7:10D. Norris (L)$5300$4300$21UPGRADE SPE. Lauer (L)STL@SDFri 10:10M. Wacha (R)$6200$7700$37UPGRADE OFC. Bellinger (L)LA@COLFri 8:40A. Senzatela (R)$6000$5100$27UPGRADE 2BM. Muncy (L)LA@COLFri 8:40A. Senzatela (R)$5600$4100$25UPGRADE 1BH. Kendrick (R)WSH@DETFri 7:10D. Norris (L)$5000$3100$19See above SPM. Clevinger (R)CLE@BALFri 7:05J. Means (L)$9600$9400$56UPGRADE 3BT. La Stella (L)OAK@LAAFri 10:07M. Fiers (R)$4000$3000$15UPGRADE 3BM. Franco (R)PHI@MIAFri 7:10E. Hernandez (R)$3400$2900$7See above CJ. Realmuto (R)PHI@MIAFri 7:10E. Hernandez (R)$3700$2900$9UPGRADE CY. Grandal (B)PIT@MILFri 8:10C. Archer (R)$4900$3500$24UPGRADE 2BM. Moustakas (L)PIT@MILFri 8:10C. Archer (R)$4900$3800$23UPGRADE SSJ. Báez (R)CHI@CINFri 7:10S. Gray (R)$5200$3600$15UPGRADE SPJ. Berríos (R)MIN@CWSFri 8:10. ()$10800$10500$51UPGRADE SPC. Hamels (L)CHI@CINFri 7:10S. Gray (R)$9900$9200$51UPGRADE CT. Murphy (R)SEA@HOUFri 8:10W. Miley (L)$4000$2700$16See above SSP. DeJong (R)STL@SDFri 10:10E. Lauer (L)$4300$3300$11UPGRADE SSF. Tatis Jr. (R)STL@SDFri 10:10M. Wacha (R)$5600$4000$26See above OFR. Braun (R)PIT@MILFri 8:10C. Archer (R)$4500$2800$14UPGRADE Editor’s Note: This is a FREE preview of Friday’s Fantasy Alarm’s MLB DFS Playbook. For full analysis every day and more ways to dominate your daily fantasy baseball competition, check out DFS site-specific advice and the rest of Fantasy Alarm’s great season-long and DFS tools available to subscribers.MORE: Fantasy Alarm PRO tools OF: Austin Meadows, Rays vs. Rays. Meadows is too talented to be shut down for long, and though he is hitting just .218 during June, he is hitting .280 over the past week, so maybe he is starting to turn it around. Against RHPs this season he is hitting .314 with an OPS of .971.For more player recommendations and analysis, become a Fantasy Alarm subscriber today! Pos PlayerMatchupOpp. SPDKFDY! FanballAnalysisSPJ. deGrom (R)ATL@NYMFri 7:10M. Soroka (R)$11200$11200$51UPGRADE SST. Beckham (R)SEA@HOUFri 8:10W. Miley (L)$3300$2500$7UPGRADE 1BC. Santana (B)CLE@BALFri 7:05J. Means (L)$5200$4000$25UPGRADE 3BA. Rendon (R)WSH@DETFri 7:10D. Norris (L)$5200$4500$22UPGRADE OFC. Yelich (L)PIT@MILFri 8:10C. Archer (R)$5900$4600$27UPGRADE 3BN. Arenado (R)LA@COLFri 8:40H. Ryu (L)$5100$4500$18UPGRADE OFS. Ohtani (L)OAK@LAAFri 10:07M. Fiers (R)$4700$3900$19UPGRADE 1BE. Thames (L)PIT@MILFri 8:10C. Archer (R)$4500$2500$18UPGRADE OFA. Meadows (L)TEX@TBFri 7:10L. Lynn (R)$4400$3900$15See above SPA. Sánchez (R)WSH@DETFri 7:10D. Norris (L)$7400$8400$47UPGRADE
Smith finished the game with three points.Matt Bell, Brad Robinson and Evan Warner also scored for the Vikes.Stephen Wolff faced 32 shots to register the win in goal for Selkirk.Friday, Fidgett scored the winner midway through the third period giving the Saints the one-goal victory.Beau Taylor, Wood and Thomas Hardy also scored for Selkirk.Bell, Robinson and Mitch Beli replied for Victoria.Alex Sirard out dueled Sunny Gill in the nets to register the win for Selkirk.The Saints open the home campaign with a game against Trinity Western at the Castlegar Complex. Game time is 7:30 p.m. Okay, it’s time already to break up the Selkirk Saints.Defenceman Lucas Hildebrand scored at 33 seconds in the extra frame to give the visiting Saints at 5-4 B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League overtime victory over the University of Victoria Saturday night at the Ian Stewart Complex in the provincial capital.The win was the second in as many nights at Selkirk opened the season Friday with a 4-3 victory over the same Vikes squad.Selkirk went through the preseason undefeated in three games.Dennis Palvina tied the game for Victoria with a goal in the final three minutes of the third period.The marker allowed the defending BCIHL champs to storm back from a 5-3 deficit after Jordan Wood scored early in the frame for Selkirk.Dylan Smith, Logan Proulx and Cody Fidgett also scored for the Saints.