Ole Gunnar Solskjaer decides between Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford for Man Utd penalty duties against Arsenal Comment Advertisement Marcus Rashford scored the decisive goal against PSG from the penalty spot (Picture: Getty)Paul Pogba will retain penalty-taking duties against Arsenal on Sunday, despite Marcus Rashford successfully stepping up to the plate in nerveless fashion against Paris Saint-Germain in midweek.In the absence of the suspended France international, Rashford successfully converted an injury-time spot kick, the first he had taken in his professional club career, to complete United’s unprecedented Champions League comeback win.‘Of course there’s always doubts [he would miss],’ said Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after the match.‘Normally Paul Pogba takes the penalties, but Rashford he is 21, there was a lot of pressure on the boy, but you could see no nerves. He’s fearless. The belief in the boys was fantastic.’AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityDespite Rashford, who also scored during England’s epic shootout win over Colombia at last summer’s World Cup, keeping his nerve, Pogba will be entrusted with penalty responsibilities should United be awarded one against Unai Emery’s side.Pogba has failed three times from 12 yards already this season, including during last weekend’s victory over Southampton, and draw criticism for his technique. Paul Pogba’s penalty was saved by Angus Gunn during Man Utd’s win over Southampton last weekend (Picture: Getty) Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku celebrated Manchester United’s win over PSG by hittting back at suggestions they had fallen out (Picture: Getty)Angus Gunn saved the 24-year-old’s injury-time effort with an outstretched leg after Pogba had denied teammate Romelu Lukaku to complete his first hat-trick for the club.The teammates reportedly had to be separated in the dressing room afterwards by their manager, but hit back at those claims on social media and during the post-match celebrations in Paris on Wednesday.More: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errors Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 9 Mar 2019 2:23 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link
81/32 Agnes St, AlbionThis penthouse with expansive river and city views at 81/32 Agnes St, Albion has been listed for sale.The four-bedroom apartment has 4.5m high ceilings and open-plan living and dining spaces finished with marble flooring and a feature acoustic wall.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019The kitchen includes Miele appliances and a butler’s pantry.There’s an expansive wraparound balcony to take in the vistas and the main bedroom has a marble dressing table, an ensuite with twin vanities, floor-to-ceiling marble and a private courtyard. Other features of the penthouse include a home automation system and laundry. Inspections: By appointment For sale: By negotiation Agent: Simon Caulfield, Place Kangaroo PointTel: 3906 2500, 0437 935 912
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, (CMC) — Veerasammy Permaul celebrated his call-up to the West Indies Twenty20 squad with the 21st five-wicket haul of his first class career, as Guyana Jaguars installed themselves as firm favourites to win their seventh round match in the Regional four-day championship against Trinidad and Tobago Red Force here Sunday.The 27-year-old left-arm spinner, named in the Windies squad to face Pakistan later this month, claimed seven for 28, a spell which sent the hosts tumbling for a hugely disappointing 183 in their second innings, on the penultimate day of the contest at Queen’s Park Oval.Set a paltry 56 for victory, Jaguars ended the day on three without loss, within touching distance of their second successive win.Earlier, tail-ender Romario Shepherd gathered his maiden half-century in only his second first class game as Jaguars, resuming on 246 for eight, were eventually dismissed for 330 — a healthy lead of 128 runs.Raymon Reifer, unbeaten on exactly 50 at the start, added only five before perishing in the day’s ninth over but Shepherd hit six fours in an 85-ball knock to see Jaguars past 300.Significantly, he put on 57 for the final wicket with Youth World Cup star Keemo Paul whose unbeaten 27 came from 37 deliveries and included three fours and a six.Fast bowler Marlon Richards (4-57) and left-arm spinner Bryan Charles (4-91) finished with four wickets apiece.Batting a second time, Red Force never really recovered from losing their captain Kyle Hope to the second ball of the innings, bowled by fellow Barbadian Raymon Reifer without a run on the board, and collapsed to 183 all out.Isaiah Rajah top-scored with 40, Yannic Cariah got 30 while Evin Lewis and Richards chipped in with 25 apiece.However, Red Force struggled to find partnerships and a stand of 48 for the second between Rajah and Lewis was the best of the innings.The left-handed Rajah, who faced 84 balls and counted four boundaries, added a further 39 for the fourth wicket with Cariah but the partnership proved in vain as Permaul wrecked the innings.RED FORCE innings 202Jaguars 1st Innings(overnight 246 for eight)S Hetmyer c Pierre b Charles 15R Chandrika c Cariah b Richards 17D Bishoo c wkp Katwaroo b Richards 39A Fudadin c & b Charles 57*L Johnson c wkp Katwaroo b Richards 7V Singh c Mohammed b Pierre 22R Reifer c Richards b Charles 55+A Bramble lbw b Charles 4V Permaul lbw b Richards 24R Shepherd b Pierre 53K Paul not out 27Extras (b8, w1, nb1) 10TOTAL (all out, 124 overs) 330Fall of wicket: 1-27, 2-47, 3-136, 4-144, 5-149, 6-196, 7-201, 8-243, 9-273, 10-330.Bowling: Richards 25-10-57-4, Philip 9-1-34-0, Charles 37-8-91-4, Imran Khan 25-1-88-0, Pierre 13-0-35-2, Mohammed 15-5-17-0.RED FORCE 2nd Innings*K Hope b Reifer 0E Lewis c Fudadin b Bishoo 25I Rajah lbw b Bishoo 40J Mohammed c wkp Bramble b Permaul 2Y Cariah lbw b Permaul 30I Khan c wkp Bramble b Permaul 28+S Katwaroo lbw b Permaul 4K Pierre c wkp Bramble b Permaul 19M Richards lbw b Permaul 25B Charles not out 1A Phillip lbw b Permaul 0Extras (b5, lb2, w1, nb1) 9TOTAL (all out, 57.5 overs) 183Fall of wickets: 1-0, 2-48, 3-52, 4-91, 5-123, 6-129, 7-140, 8-172, 9-183, 10-183.Bowling: Reifer 5-1-21-1, Permaul 25.5-9-48-7, Shepherd 8-0-33-0, Bishoo 16-2-68-2, Johnson 3-0-6-0.JAGUARS 2nd Innings (target: 56 runs)S Hetmyer not out 2R Chandrika not out 1TOTAL (without loss, 4 overs) 3Bowling: Richards 2-0-3-0, Phillip 2-2-0-0.Position: Jaguars require 53 runs for victory with all 10 wickets intact.
ST. PAUL, Minn. — The teams might have ended the season series with a split, but Wisconsin won the game that mattered most.St. Cloud State owned a three games to two edge over UW after a WCHA Final Five semifinal win back on March 19th, but with a trip to the Frozen Four on the line, the Badgers took a commanding lead and didn’t look back in the 5-3 win.Freshman goaltender Mike Lee was the main nemesis in two of the SCSU wins, making 38 saves in a 4-1 Husky win in St. Cloud in November and blanking the Badgers for just the second time in UW’s season at the Final Five.Lee’s weakness however, was youthful inconsistency. The day after turning aside 37 Wisconsin shots in that semifinal, he allowed four goals in just 26:05 of play, being pulled in favor of Junior Dan Dunn in an eventual 3-5 loss to WCHA tournament champion North Dakota.It was a similar story in the West Regional final, as it took just 15:21 of play for John Mitchell, Blake Geoffrion and Jake Gardiner to put pucks in the net for Wisconsin. That spelled the end of Lee’s night and essentially, the end of St. Cloud State’s NCAA tournament run.Lee made just eight saves after facing 11 shots.The twist in this game was Wisconsin’s ability to get shots on net and skaters in front to screen and create rebounds.“I think with all young goaltenders that are played very well, the message to your team is that you need to get pucks and bodies to the net and then make him make saves,” UW head coach Mike Eaves said. “Early in the game we were able to get pucks that he did not control very well. We were able to get the rebounds and that is the simple truth.”Mitchell’s willingness to crash the net resulted in his two goals, as he poked a puck shot in by Andy Bohmbach past Lee to open the scoring.Rebounds took care of the rest of the first period’s scoring, as both Geoffrion’s and Gardiner’s goals were the result of rebounds.“[Lee] shutout Wisconsin last week but we were flat, the first period was a real struggle for us and we felt it on the bench and our guys felt it,” SCSU head coach Bob Motzko said.The win helped take some of the sting away from the Badgers’ previous losses to the Huskies.“A lot of it was redemption. We just played them and we didn’t perform the way we wanted to,” junior tri-captain Ryan McDonagh said.Hobey Baker notes as of April 4thGeoffrion was named to the all-tournament team for the West Regional, as well as being voted the weekend’s MVP. The senior tri-captain had two goals and three assists in the two regional games.Additionally, it was announced March 31 that Geoffrion made the Hobey Hat Trick, meaning he is one of the three finalists for the Hobey Baker Award, the college hockey equivalent of the Heisman. Geoffrion is joined by New Hampshire’s Bobby Butler and Maine’s Gustav Nyquist.Butler led the nation with 29 goals on the season, while Nyquist was the top overall scorer, with 19 goals and 42 assists.In comparison, Geoffrion is second in goals (27), and is tied for first in the nation in power play goals (14). Additionally, he’s one of the Badgers’ top penalty killers and face-off men.The Brentwood, Tenn. native wasn’t the only Badger to be one of the top-10 finalists for the award. Teammate Brendan Smith was included as a finalist, but wasn’t one of the top three vote-getters in the final tally.Smith certainly had a case to be included in the Hat Trick, as he’s the nation’s highest-scoring defenseman (15-32-47). He’s tied for sixth in the nation in power play goals with 11, notably getting the game-tying and game-winning goals in the Camp Randall Hockey Classic back in February.Interestingly, Wisconsin has six more national titles than Hobey winners. No Badger has ever won the prestigious award, with Steve Reinprecht’s runner-up finish in 2000 being the closest Wisconsin has come. Carolina Hurricanes defenseman Jamie McBain was a top-10 finalist last season for UW and current Ottawa Senators goaltender Brian Elliot was named to the Hat Trick in 2006, the year of Wisconsin’s most recent national title.The winner of the Hobey Baker Award will be announced Friday night.
It is the penultimate day of the Galway Festival with the highlight of day 6 being the Ladbrokes Handicap Hurdle worth 80,000 euro. The first of a 7 race card goes to post at 2.40. That goes to post at 3.15.
They beat Arravale Rovers 6-8 to 2-5 in the final Dundrum.Cashel King Cormacs claimed the West Minor B football crown at the same venue.
Damien Duff will join the Shamrock Rovers coaching staff for the rest of the season.The 37-year-old joins the first team as a coach and will assist interim manager Stephen Bradley.Duff made nine appearances for the club last year before retiring as a player. Meanwhile, Limerick sealed their place in the EA Sports cup final with a 1-0 win over Derry in the Brandywell last night.Stephen Kenny with the only goal as the first division leaders claimed a huge scalp.They’ll play Shamrock Rovers or St Pats in the final. In the SSE Airtricity league Premier Division St Pats overcame Wexford Youths 1-0 at Ferrycarraig Park.Ian Bermingham got the goal after 26 minutes. The Lilywhites trail 1-0 going into the match in Tallaght stadium.The game can’t be hosted at Oriel Park as it does not meet the standard for this stage of the competition.Kick- is at 8pm.
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He appeared to be the sort of player who could change Virginia’s tournament performance this season, with his improvement to 14.9 points per game and 42.4 percent 3-point shooting. Certainly the Cavaliers have gone farther, and certainly he has helped. Just not as much as expected.“I think everyone goes through little spells where they’re not as aggressive as they should have been. We’ve all been there,” Guy told SN. “I think the good thing about De’Andre is, number one, he’s a very confident player so he’ll be fine. And, number two, he can help by just being on the floor even if he’s not scoring. His presence makes a difference, especially on the defensive end.“It’s the same for me. When I’m just standing in the corner, watching Ty do his thing, they’re not helping off me. So I’m basically getting assist for whatever happens. It’s pretty much the same for De’Andre. People don’t want to help off him if he’s in the elbow area. And if they do, he knows what play to make.” MINNEAPOLIS — De’Andre Hunter has all the qualities the best scouts typically desire in a basketball player: height, length, power, dynamism, a high degree of skill. Through most of the NCAA Tournament, however, about the best they could say of him is that he’s certainly tall.A 6-7 redshirt sophomore from Philadelphia’s Friends’ Central High, Hunter was named third-team All-American by Sporting News, and second-team by the National Association of Basketball Coaches. But in the three games Virginia played against high-major opponents to reach the 2019 Final Four — against Oklahoma, Oregon and Purdue — Hunter has averaged 35.3 minutes. And that, indeed, is the most impressive statistic he compiled during that stretch. So that is De’Andre Hunter at the moment: He is out there, and he looks big doing it.SN’s MARCH MADNESS HQLive NCAA bracket | Live scoreboard | Full TV scheduleThe rest? He took 32 shots in those games and missed 20 of them. He averaged 4.0 rebounds and 10.3 points. He collected two steals and three assists. Total. He was 3 of 12 on 3-pointers. The only statistical category in which he compiled big numbers, other than minutes, was personal fouls.Against Purdue in the South Region final last Saturday, Hunter entered overtime with six points on 3-of-8 shooting. It wasn’t until 1:43 remained in the extra period that he made a crucial play, earning two free throws and converting both to put UVA in front by a point. When Boilermakers guard Carsen Edwards took back the lead with a jumper, Hunter responded with an overpowering drive that put the Cavaliers ahead for good, and into the Final Four.He is not particularly eager to talk about any of this. “I just wasn’t being aggressive,” Hunter told Sporting News. “That’s about it.”Asked if he had an explanation for why he lacked that aggression, Hunter responded, “Nah.”Asked if he expected Saturday’s game national semifinal game against Auburn to be different, he said, “Yeah.”In a Final Four stripped of a lot of its star power by the defeat of Duke in the East Region final and Gonzaga in the West, Hunter is one of four players here at U.S. Bank Stadium who achieved All-America recognition (along with MSU’s Cassius Winston, Texas Tech’s Jarrett Culver and Cavs teammate Kyle Guy). He is one of two whose names appear at the top of mock NBA Draft boards, along with Culver. Sporting News draft analyst Chris Stone projects Hunter to be the No. 6 pick in June’s draft.INSIDE THE MADNESS: 80 years of Final Four memoriesThat was not the sort of player everyone in Louisville saw last weekend. Searching for a way to defend his teammate’s performance in this tournament, Cavalier point guard Ty Jerome told reporters Thursday, “He carried us against Gardner-Webb. Everyone kind of forgets that. He had 23 that game and he played pretty well. … He’s doing a lot of things people aren’t noticing because they see the missed shots.”Gardner-Webb was UVA’s first-round opponent, the 16-seed. Granted, Virginia’s advancement past its first-round opponent could not be assumed after what occurred against UMBC last season. Jerome’s praise seems meager, though, with the Cavaliers having played and won three games since.“He certainly impacts the game with his defense and everything he does,” coach Tony Bennett told reporters. “He made some difficult plays at difficult times, and he’s guarded hard, and his shot wasn’t going in like it was.“So part of this is him learning and growing. But we’re going to need everybody at their best to continue on in this tournament. All good players, they have to be defined by more than is the ball going in the basket. They have to impact the game on the glass, defensively, making plays. That’s what I always encourage him to do.”MORE: Kihei Clark made a Final Four genius of Tony BennettAgainst Auburn, Bennett can match Hunter’s size and reach against Tigers shooting guard Bryce Brown, who has averaged 18.3 points in the tournament and shot 46.9 percent on 3-pointers. Kentucky could not cope with both Brown and point guard Jared Harper at once, and they combined for 50 points in a 77-71 overtime victory.Hunter is one of the few regulars on this Virginia Final Four team not on the court during the UMBC game in 2018. Unable to play because of a broken wrist after he’d been named the ACC Sixth Man of the Year, Hunter had to endure watching that disaster with no way to help beyond shouting some encouragement.
Edwin Maldonado69 13 17 Martin Garcia60 9 7 Richard Baltas69 43% $387,073 8 Kent Desormeaux63 14 5 LERNER FILLY MAKES GRADED STAKES DEBUTIppodamia’s Girl makes her graded stakes debut in the Grade III Wilshire Saturday, and trainer Andrew Lerner feels the four-year-old daughter of Stormy Atlantic shows signs that she deserves the chance.“She’s been training really well,” he said. “We were going to go in the Gamely but didn’t want to possibly face Vasilika. My filly had a nice work yesterday (five furlongs in 1:00.80) and I think she’s come out of her last race better than she went into it.”That would be an overnight race May 5 in which she led throughout at a mile on turf. Trained by Bill Morey before that victory, Ippodamia’s Girl will be ridden by Norberto Arroyo Jr. in the Wilshire, which also is expected to attract defending champion Storm the Hill (Rafael Bejarano) and Don’t Blame Judy (Victor Espinoza).CONSISTENT ZAFFINAH IN POSSIBLY PERFECT STAKESZaffinah has more than paid her way in 14 United States starts, picking up checks in four graded stakes. Tomorrow, she tries for her first victory here in an added money event taking on seven rivals in the $75,000 Possibly Perfect Stakes for fillies and mares three and up at 1 ¼ miles on turf.The five-year-old Irish-bred mare is coming off two solid seconds, in the Grade III Santa Ana at Santa Anita March 30 and the restricted Golden Poppy at Golden Gate Fields April 27.Overall, she has a 3-5-4 record from 17 starts with earnings of $206,222.“A good trip always helps and her last trip was fine, although she didn’t seem to take to the turf course at Golden Gate,” said Jack Carava, who trains her for Red Baron’s Barn LLC and Rancho Temescal LLC. “I think she likes the shorter, faster courses.“She was kind of slipping and not getting a hold of it well at Golden Gate, but she still ran well, and I think the filly that beat her (Simply Breathless, trained by Neil Drysdale) is a pretty nice horse.“Zaffinah just has to get the right trip. She had a rough trip against Vasilika when third in the Megahertz (on Jan. 21). She didn’t get a chance to run when she really wanted to.”The field: Zaffinah, Norberto Arroyo Jr., 5-2; Pantsonfire, Flavien Prat, 2-1; Confidentially, Evin Roman, 12-1; Mirth, Martin Garcia, 8-1; Lynne’s Legacy, Alonso Quinonez, 5-1; Pulpit Rider, Aaron Gryder, 8-1; Siberian Irish, Rafael Bejarano, 12-1; and Lemoona, Mario Gutierrez, 7-2.MANDATORY RAINBOW PICK SIX JACKPOT COULD HIT $5 MILLIONThe beat goes on but it will end on closing day, June 23.For the 30th consecutive racing day, Santa Anita’s popular 20 cent Single Ticket Rainbow Pick Six remained elusive Friday, resulting in a Jackpot carryover into Saturday of $1,194,985.With a CHRB-approved mandatory payout set, it’s expected Sunday’s total Jackpot pool could easily reach $5 million.Friday’s Rainbow Six generated $147,155 in “new” money, helping to create a total Rainbow Six pool of $1,308,449.Although there was No Single Ticket Jackpot winner, there were 53 consolation tickets with six winners, each worth $1,476.30.Approximate post time for today’s fourth race, leg one in the Rainbow Six, is 2:31 p.m.HALL OF FAME RIDERS HONOR PEERS AT JOCKEYS AND JEANS FUNDRAISERFifteen Hall of Fame riders are expected to attend the sixth annual Jockeys and Jeans Fundraiser benefitting the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund at Santa Anita on Saturday, June 22. They will be there to honor the seven permanently disabled riders who attend, mix and mingle with attendees, and sign autographs.Braulio Baeza, Steve Cauthen, Kent Desormeaux, Victor Espinoza, Pat Day, Earlie Fires, Sandy Hawley, Julie Krone, Chris McCarron, Donald Pierce, Laffit Pincay, Jr., Alex Solis, Mike Smith, Bobby Ussery and Jorge Velasquez are scheduled to be on hand.There will be a free autograph signing from 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. in the Paddock Gardens area and a free Silent Auction for all on-track fans from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. adjacent to the autograph signing area.Tickets starting at $65 are on sale at https://www.santaanita.com. Walk-up tickets will be available. It includes a Chandelier Room party during the races featuring a buffet and a specialty drink.Fans can also participate in an on line auction for valuable memorabilia at this website link: https://www.32auctions.com/www32auctionscomJockeyFor more information contact Jockeys and Jeans VP Marketing Eddie Donnally at (818) 653-3711 email@example.com or Alexis Garske, Santa Anita Media Relations at Alexis.Garske@santaanita.com (626) 574-6413FINISH LINES: Shoemaker Mile winner Bolo, ticketed for a turf stakes at Del Mar, worked four furlongs this morning in 49 flat for Carla Gaines with former jockey Goncalino Almeida in the irons. In all, there were 202 recorded workouts, 48 on the training track . . . With five racing days remaining in the spring portion of the current meet, Flavien Prat holds a 26-19 lead over fellow jockeys Joe Talamo and Tiago Pereira, while among trainers, Doug O’Neill leads Richard Baltas, 22-17 . . . Premium Father’s Day packages are available at Santa Anita tomorrow including a trackside BBQ event and a FrontRunner & Turf Terrace & Club Court Buffet. For further information, visit santaanita.com/events . . . Congrats to the XBTV All Stars on picking a winning Stronach 5 ticket yesterday worth $496 on a $54 ticket.LATEST CONTENT FROM XBTV: Oliver (Outside) and Seeking Refuge works 4 furlongs. 6-14-19 (O’Neill)Reedley (Outside) and Victory Element works 4 furlongs. 6-14-19 (Baffert)Emtech (Outside) and Rapport worked 4 furlongs. 6-14-19 (Callaghan)Richard Mandella gives an update on Omaha Beach after returning to Santa Anita Park.Shedrow Stroll: Phil D’Amato’s Turf Sprinter Master Ryan. 6-13-19Shedrow Stroll: Phil D’Amato’s King Abner. 6-13-19Shedrow Stroll: Phil D’Amato’s Stakes Winner Lombo. 6-13-19Shedrow Stroll: Phil D’Amato’s Veteran Kenjisstorm. 6-13-19XBTV Saturday: What to Watch for at Santa Anita Park on June 15th, 2019XBTV Sunday: What to Watch for at Santa Anita Park on June 16th, 2019Quick Questions: With Trainer Dan Blacker. 6-13-19Roadster (Inside) and Kingly worked 4 furlongs. 6-12-19 (Baffert)Paradise Woods works 4 furlongs. 6-12-19 (Sherriffs) (Current from April 12 through Friday, June 14) 26 52% Victor Espinoza53 5 23% 19% 16 20 Win% 21% 46% 8 $1,326,829 Geovanni Franco89 Tiago Pereira121 $798,131 IPPODAMIA’S GIRL STEPS UP IN THE GRADE III WILSHIRE 13 11 Mark Glatt71 TrainerMts 9 5 6 49% $1,076,497 Richard Mandella26 J. Keith Desormeaux28 19 JockeyMts 11 44% $775,570 17 7 Money Won 5 23% Aaron Gryder76 9 24% 17 14 Bob Baffert31 3 17 Steve Knapp31 17% 8 43% 50% 3 16% $512,460 18% $951,184 7 18% Flavien Prat114 9 37% 23% 7 $785,324 13 51% 20 5 47% Win% Andrew Lerner14 0 $581,395 5 52% 48% Jerry Hollendorfer48 23% CONSISTENT ZAFFINAH IS SET FOR POSSIBLY PERFECT 20% 48% $343,522 3rd Jorge Velez54 14 11 William Spawr21 10 $584,580 52% 11 12 13 45% 23% 5 6 24% ITM% 18% 13% 24 15% $977,979 4 13 6 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS 58% 7 2nd $212,456 2nd 7 Martin Pedroza40 1st 14 $1,120,737 Leonard Powell24 13 49% 16% Drayden Van Dyke95 42% Joseph Talamo106 19% $1,165,038 12 $603,585 54% 13% $240,807 18 15 57% 5 7 Money Won John Sadler62 Norberto Arroyo, Jr.49 Steven Miyadi25 8 John Shirreffs21 25% $980,853 Philip D’Amato72 $166,653 63% 5 ITM% 6 5 8 $524,872 4 8 MANDATORY SOLO TICKET JACKPOT MAY HIT $5 MILLION 42% 15 13 $298,719 $757,767 22 10 74% 8 $515,413 5 5 8 19% Mario Gutierrez64 18% 16% 12 $732,476 1 1 50% 50% 1st 6 60% 4 12% Vladimir Cerin43 17 16% 20 26 48% 19 19 $259,604 $302,092 $621,920 15 16% Ruben Fuentes108 3rd 21% 6 9% 3 52% $1,097,221 2 7 49% Rafael Bejarano120 8 25% 8 4 Doug O’Neill96 49% 6 13 $1,918,769 58% 50% $258,075 7 37% $194,167 5 23% 15 $273,853