Monday, 18 June 2007

Weekend Wrap

Yeah, yeah, yeah ! It's back to another drugde of a day...Monday ! For most of us this is the worst day of the week and also the longest. Well, for those who were winning over the weekend, the dream is over.Wake up !

Real's Reyes,Guti and Carlos celebrate their equalizer against Mallorca
In the last major European League matches,Real Madrid won the Spanish League by beating Real Mallorca 3-1 in the last games of the 2006-7 season. Barcelona had seemed to wrap the title with a 5-1 drubbing of Gymanstic. This saw David Beckham depart the team with his first and only League title with the team.
In African Cup of Nations qualifiers, Angola qualified for the 2008 Cup to be held in Ghana by beating Swaziland 3-0, while Cameroon held to beat Rwanda 2-1. Sudan also overcame their 32-year wait by beating Seychelles 2-0.
Angel Cabrera (Argentina)beat Jim Furyk and Tiger Woods to win the US Open by a single shot. Prior to this,Cabrera had claimed six top-10 finishes in majors but none above the 4th position. Now the European Tour member is only the second Argentine to win one of golf's big prizes, emulating Roberto de Vicenzo's 1967 Open triumph at Hoylake.
In the local Kenyan scene, Co-operative Bank of Kenya beat Kenyatta University Pirates 69-62. This maintained the team's unbeaten run within the season. Other games saw Mennonites 99- Crusaders 36,Nairobi Pentecostal Church 67 -African Nazarene University 63, and Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology 85 Blazers 58.

Hamilton pops the champagne for his own in US GP.Lewis Hamilton proved that latest week's victory in Canada was not a fluke by claiming his second 1st place. He beat his team-mate Felipe Messa to claim this victory for the US Grand Prix. The young lad is proving that he will be the person to beat for the overall title for the Grand Prix.
Other news:
The English Premier League fixtures for the 2007-8 season are out. Check out (Barclays Premier League fixtures 2007-8).


Anonymous said...

Felipe Massa drives for Ferrari and is not Lewis' team mate. Fernando Alonso is.

Anonymous said...

even if the homeboys were tandikwad they at lease deserve a mention

The Figure said...

Thanks Anon 1, I guess it was an oversight. All the same, he did beat the field too including both Massa & Alonso.

Anon 2, I decided awhile back on this same blog to give Kenyan football , black-out. Reasons being that KFF has not been able to get their act together. I'll not be suprised if heads roll after Kenya was bundled out by of all others Eritrea from the Cup of Nations qualifiers