The last time catch and release was allowed on early run Kenai Kings was in 2013, but the season was closed completely by June 20. The Optimal Escapement Goal for early run Kenai kings is 5,300-9,000. Begich says they’re confident that goal will be met, even with the more relaxed opportunities. Additional actions may be taken in the future if those numbers change. Retention of kings will be permitted after Friday, July 1. Begich: “To allow catch and release fishing in the Kenai River for all sizes of king salmon, beginning tomorrow. There might not be much catching going on until the water settles down, but the opportunity will be there. It’ll be a barbless, single hook only fishery, all sizes of king salmon must be released and not removed from the water. Retention of all kings prohibited.” FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Alaska Department of Fish and Game has opened catch and release Kenai River King Salmon fishing as of June 4th, which is tomorrow. Begich says the run this year is returning earlier and stronger than forecasted. As of June 1, the in-river counter recorded 2,375 fish. The same time last year that number was 960 fish. In 2014 it was just 295. That’s according to Sportsfishing Management Biologist Robert Begich…
AUBURN — K.T. Harrell is among the 64 players headed to the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament this week to showcase his talents for NBA scouts.The Montgomery native, who led the SEC in scoring (18.5 points) and three-pointers during the regular season, is one of four SEC players headed to the four-day tournament.Harrell will play for the Portsmouth Partnership team along with Stefan Nastic (Stanford), Michael Cobbins (Oklahoma State), Richaun Holmes (Bowling Green), Dustin Hogue (Iowa State), Pat Connaughton (Notre Dame), Julius Brown (Toledo) and Will Cummings (Temple).The team’s first game will be Thursday at 8 p.m. CT and its second game will be on Friday.Auburn coach Bruce Pearl pushed for Antoine Mason to also receive an invite to the exclusively senior showcase to no avail.Alabama’s Levi Randolph, Mississippi’s Jarvis Summers and Georgia’s Marcus Thornton are the other SEC players taking part in the event.
Washington Wizards’ John Wall, left, dribbles against Atlanta Hawks’ Kent Bazemore in the third quarter of Game 5 of the second round of the NBA basketball playoffs Wednesday, May 13, 2015, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)John Wall is anything but optimistic on his chances of playing in next year’s Rio Olympics.The former No. 1 overall pick out of Kentucky, Wall, who now stars for the Washington Wizards, told CSN Washington “I probably won’t make it” on the 12-player roster.Consider Chris Paul helped USA Basketball to the 2012 gold medal and Stephen Curry, before his NBA MVP season, played for the Americans in the 2014 World Cup on a team Wall didn’t make.“Oh, yeah. Ten times out of 10 they’ll be on the team,” Wall told CSN Washington.Kyrie Irving, who played for national team coach Mike Krzyzewski at Duke, will also be in the mix at the guard spot ahead of the Rio Games.“It’s tough, but I’ve been overlooked my whole career,” Wall said. “I’m used to it. Just more motivation and fuel to my fire,” Wall said. “Going into this year, (USA Basketball) is an opportunity, but my main goal is focusing on the Washington Wizards.”Meanwhile, another former Wildcats star, Anthony Davis, sizes up as a shoe-in to make the roster. DeMarcus Cousins will be a consideration as wlel.
BUXTON Youth Development will play Sir Leon’s Lessons in the sixth final of the annual Milo Schools U-18 Football Tournament.Both teams dominated their opponents on Sunday in the semi-finals at the Ministry of Education ground, Carifesta Avenue.The duo of Shemar Scott and Teshawn Gordon scored goals on either side of play to seal their place ahead of Annandale Secondary. Scott scored in the 24th minute while Gordon scored in the 54th as the East Coast Demerara unit made their first final in their inaugural year of the tournament.In the second match of the day, Sir Leon’s obliterated Lodge Secondary 4-1 with Lennox Young scoring a double, with goals in the 80th and 88th minute . Zion Gray (29th) and Shamar Carrington (49th) had other goals after Troyston Louisy gave the former champions the lead in the 6th.Played under the theme “There is no excuse for Violence” due to the tournament’s partnership with the Ministry of Public Health, the Under-18 boys will be hoping to secure the first place prize of $500,000 which will go towards a school project on March 31. Additionally, first runner-up will get $300,000 while third and fourth placed teams will get 200,000 and 100,000 respectively, along with trophies and individual prizes for outstanding performances.
See also:Chelsea youngsters’ long unbeaten run ended and Bees lose to MillwallChelsea youngsters return to winning ways by beating FulhamChelsea youngsters beat Arsenal to clinch titleChelsea youngsters win in controversial penalty shoot-outAnother goal for Abraham as Chelsea Under-21s winTerry and Pedro ruled out of Stoke gameChelsea v Stoke: five key battles Chelsea’s Under-21 side missed out on the final of the Premier League International Cup, losing 2-1 to PSV Eindoven.They made the perfect start to the semi-final clash at Aldershot when Kasey Palmer put them ahead with a free-kick after just six minutes. But PSV, whose line-up included Netherlands international midfielder Adam Maher, were in front by half-time.AdChoices广告Maher was involved in the equaliser – an own goal by the unfortunate Trevoh Chalabah.After Maher’s driven shot was cleared off the line by Kevin Wright, the ball struck Chalobah and rebounded into the net.And the Dutch side went ahead with a clever lob from Steven Bergwijn – another PSV player with significant first-team experience.Chelsea were unable to find an equaliser. Tammy Abraham (pictured) had an effort cleared off the line before Palmer and Blues midfielder Josimar Quintero fired over.Earlier on Thursday, five Chelsea players were included in the England Under-17 squad for this month’s European Championship qualifiers. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
However, before he does that, he will need some professional game time under his belt, which he has yet to acquire, and with the path to the Blues’ first-team regular spot firmly blocked, that means a loan.According to Foot Mercato, the 18-year-old knows where he wants to go, and that’s France, where he was born and played until 2017 prior to his move to Stamford Bridge.Luckily for him, Tié already has a number of suitors, with the French website reporting several unnamed Ligue 2 sides are ‘already lying in wait’.Chelsea, down their end, are ‘open’ to the idea of letting the youngster go out on loan, clearly seeing this as a good opportunity for a player they appear to have some faith in going forward.The shot stopper has two years left on his Chelsea deal, keeping him at the club until June 2021. Embroiled in some strange national team controversy last year, Chelsea’s Nicolas Tié appears to want to represent Ivory Coast going forward.
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Timehri Panthers maintained their unbeaten run in the East Bank Football Association [EBFA]/Juicy Juice U13 League, mauling Soesdyke Falcons 6-1 Saturday at the Timehri Red Ground. Keron Williams tallied a helmet-trick in the 15th, 17th, 30th and 34th minute. He was supported by goals from Shaquile Caleb and Antwon Denny in the 46th and 59th minute apiece.For the losing team, Jeremiah Henry in the 24th minute. Diamond United defeated Swan FC 3-0. Shaquan Brathwaite and Shakem Welcome scored in the 11th and 17th minute respectively, while a 45th minute own goal sealed the score line.Hararuni Eagles clawed their way past Soesdyke Falcons 1-0 led by a Cebasio Peters 50th minute strike. The event continues today at the same venue with another round of matches.
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LONDON, (Reuters) – Women’s cricket risks losing momentum after the launch of The Hundred competition was postponed until next year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, former England captain Charlotte Edwards said. The women’s Twenty20 World Cup in Australia proved a massive success this year with an 86,000-plus crowd watching the hosts beat India in the March 8 final in Melbourne.The global health crisis has since halted professional cricket and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) last week decided to postpone The Hundred, which was scheduled to begin in mid-July.The innovative franchise-based league includes an American sports-style draft and features eight city-based men’s and women’s teams with names such as London Spirit, Manchester Originals and Trent Rockets. “There are so many mixed emotions really,” Edwards, who led England to Twenty20 and one-day World Cup titles in 2009, told BBC World Service.“Obviously it’s the right decision but it was such an important year for women’s cricket on the back of the hugely successful World Cup in Australia, where nearly 90,000 people watched the game.“We just really felt the momentum was with the women’s game and we were also going to introduce contracts this summer for 40 professional cricketers, and it’s all been put on hold at the moment,” the 40-year-old said. For several uncontracted female cricketers in England, the new league was to be their only source of income this year.“A lot of players were hoping to have contracts for the Hundred, which were quite lucrative for some of them, and everyone’s going to miss out which is so unfortunate and at such an important time for women’s cricket,” Edwards said.The ECB still plans to award 40 new full-time contracts at some stage as part of a plan to invest 20 million pound ($24.9 million) in the women’s game. “We have been guaranteed that the ECB will still go ahead with their 20 million pound investment into the women’s game, which is something that is obviously keeping us all going at the moment,” Edwards said.