Advertisement Comment Chelsea humiliate Arsenal with Eden Hazard-inspired 4-1 win in Europa League final Sean KearnsWednesday 29 May 2019 10:00 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link7.9kShares Olivier Giroud scored Chelsea’s opener (Picture: Getty)Then Eden Hazard set-up Pedro to double Chelsea’s lead, before getting in on the act himself by converting from the spot after a foul from Ainsley Maintland-Niles on Giroud after an hour played.AdvertisementAdvertisementAlex Iwobi emerged from the bench after Hazard’s goal and got one back for Arsenal almost immediately as he smashed a sensational effort past Kepa from the edge of Chelsea’s box.But any hope of a comeback was short-lived as Hazard grabbed his second of the game after playing a one-two with Giroud.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalThe win is Chelsea’s second victory in the competition, adding to their first from 2013.It also marks Maurizio Sarri’s first trophy as a manager.MORE: Lucas Torreira crying on Arsenal’s bench during Europa League final defeat to Chelsea Eden Hazard inspired Chelsea to an emphatic win (Picture: Getty)Eden Hazard scored twice on his final appearance for Chelsea as the Blues inflicted a humiliating 4-1 defeat on Arsenal in the Europa League final.There was nothing to separate the two sides after a tense opening 45 minutes in Baku, which was played in front of a far-from-full crowd.However, a 15 minute blitz after the interval brought three goals without reply for Chelsea to effectively seal victory in Azerbeijan.First was an expert header from Olivier Giroud, who directed Emerson’s cross past former team-mate Petr Cech in Arsenal’s goal.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisement
German container shipping line Hapag-Lloyd has placed an order for ten hybrid ready exhaust gas cleaning systems (EGCS) for its Hamburg class vessels.The scrubbers would be gradually installed to the 13,000 TEU ships during 2019 and 2020, with all of the installations expected to be finished before the end of 2020.The retrofits will start in March 2019 when the first EGCS will be installed to the vessel Hamburg Express at Qingdao Beihai shipyard in China.The company opted for the move as a part of its response to the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) upcoming low sulphur regulation, which would limit the sulphur emissions caused by marine fuels to 0.5 percent as of January 1, 2020.“Using compliant low sulphur fuels is the key solution for Hapag-Lloyd. However, we want to make sure we test and make use of all relevant solutions, which is why we decided to also retrofit our Hamburg Class vessels with EGCS,” Anthony Firmin, COO of Hapag-Lloyd, said.Hapag-Lloyd also has 17 new vessels in its fleet, which can be converted to use liquefied natural gas (LNG). The company said it would retrofit one vessel of 15,000 TEU during 2019 – and will then test whether LNG is a suitable alternative to low sulphur fuel.
England Golf has announced its team for the Boys’ Home Internationals to be played at Ashburnham Golf Club, Wales on Tuesday, 6 – Friday, 9 August.England successfully defended the title at last year’s Boys’ Home Internationals at Royal Dornoch.The Players Jack Bigham, 15 (Harpenden, Hertfordshire) was sixth at the English Boys’ U16 Open Stroke Play Championship (McGregor Trophy), eighth at the Peter McEvoy Trophy and tenth at the Henry Cooper Junior Masters. He represented England in the recent European Young Masters where he finished in a tie for 20th place.Barclay Brown, 18 (Hallamshire, Yorkshire) was a member the English team that won last year’s Boys’ Home Internationals and also represented his country in this year’s European Boys’ Team Championship. He was fourth in the Junior Orange Bowl International in the US at the start of the year. Won the Carris Trophy last year.Enrique Dimayuga, 18 (Walton Heath, Surrey) represented England at the recent Dutch Junior Open where he finished ninth. He was also 11th at the French International Boys’ Championship.Conor Gough, 16 (Stoke Park, Berkshire) has missed much of this season studying for his GCSE exams but before taking time out he did win the Major Champions Challenge in the US. Had a stellar year during 2018 when he won the Boys’ Amateur Championship, the Fairhaven Trophy and the McGregor Trophy. He played on the winning English team at last year’s Boys’ Home Internationals. Also represented England at the European Boys’ Team Championship.Max Hopkins, 16 (Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire) is another player who has seen his season curtailed due to exams but did return in time to represent England at the European Boys’ Team Championships. He was also a member of the winning English team at last year’s Boys’ Home Internationals. Became the youngest ever winner of the Daily Telegraph Junior Championship late last year. Was second at the Henry Cooper Junior Masters and fifth at the Peter McEvoy Trophy.Habebul Islam, 18 (Ipswich, Suffolk) was part of the winning team at last year’s Boys’ Home Internationals. He started this year with a 19th place finish in the Portuguese International Amateur and has also been 17th at the French Boys’ (Carlhian Trophy), 18th at the Brabazon Trophy and 16th at the Tillman Trophy.Jacob Kelso, 18 (Kings Hill, Kent) makes his first appearance for England in the Boys’ Home Internationals. He was third at this year’s Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters, tenth and the Fairhaven Trophy and 11th at the German Boys’.George Leigh, 17 (Trevose, Cornwall) recently won the Cornwall Amateur Championship. He was 12th at this year’s Fairhaven Trophy, 17th at the Carris Trophy and 24th at the West of England Amateur.Callum Macfie, 18 (Lindrick, Yorkshire) birdied the last two holes to win this year’s Fairhaven Trophy. He was also tied-6th while representing his country at this year’s Northern Boys Qualifier.Joseph Pagdin, 17 (Lake Nona) created history recently when he because the first European play to reach the semi-final of the US Junior Championship. This year he has also finished fourth at both the Sage Valley Junior Invitational and the AJGA Simplify Boys’ Championship and 15th at the Jones Cup Invitational. Made the match play stage at The Amateur Championship. A member of the winning English team at last year’s Boys’ Home Internationals.Robin Williams, 17 (Peterborough Milton, Northamptonshire) represented England at last year’s Boys’ Home Internationals and this year’s European Boys’ Team Championship. He was 15th at this year’s St Andrews Links Trophy and 18th at the Brabazon Trophy. Also made the cut at the European Amateur Championship in Austria and reached the match play stage of the English Men’s Amateur Championship.Photo: Credit Vicki Head. Pictured Barclay Brown. 2 Aug 2019 England boys’ targeting fourth win at Home Internationals Tags: Boys’ Home Internationals
–30– ARCADIA, Calif. (Feb. 6, 2016)–Idle since taking the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Oct. 31, Fox Hill Farms’ undefeated Eclipse Champion Songbird led throughout and annihilated five rivals in taking Santa Anita’s Grade II, $300,000 Las Virgenes Stakes by 6 ½ lengths under Mike Smith. Trained by Jerry Hollendorfer, Songbird covered a flat mile in 1:36.84 as she won for the fifth consecutive time.“She broke good, she has speed,” said Hollendorfer. “There’s no doubt in my mind that she could rate if she had to, but usually she doesn’t have to…I was so pleased to see her way out there and cruising along pretty easy. At least now we got a race in her and we can try to make some more plans.“We want to run here at Santa Anita. What we do between now and the Santa Anita Oaks (Grade I, April 9), I don’t know. If we do anything. We’ll think about it and try to do the right thing.”The prohibitive 1-9 favorite in the tote board, Songbird, a Kentucky-bred filly by Medaglia d’Oro, paid $2.10, $2.10 and $2.10.“She has such a high cruising speed, she has gears,” said Smith, who has been aboard for all five of her wins. “You always worry about horses that are brilliant at two. Sometimes they won’t mature or grow anymore at three. You’re anxious to see what will happen…She seems to have improved. She seemed to up her game even more, especially mentally. She was very happy today and took it all in stride.In addition to picking up $180,000 for the win, Songbird collected 10 qualifying points to the Kentucky Oaks May 6, which is where she is scheduled to run following the Santa Anita Oaks. With the Las Virgenes win, she now has earnings of $1,682,000.“It’s hard to explain the feeling,” said Rick Porter, owner of Fox Hill Farms. “She just gives you goosebumps and you just wonder ‘How did I get this horse?’ I don’t think I’ve ever had one that’s so dominant and does things so easily. It would be nice to win the Kentucky Derby, but I’d like to do it with a nice colt…I think it’d be great for your ego, but the smart move is to stay on the path we’re on to the (Kentucky) Oaks.”Longshot Land Over Sea, who was ridden by Mario Gutierrez, was off at 23-1 and paid $5.60 and $4.00.She’s a Warrior, with Flavien Prat up, was off at 24-1 and paid $4.60 to show.The second, third and fourth place (Merirosvo) finishers picked up four, two and one Kentucky Oaks qualifying points.