The best of Northern Ireland travel to take on the best in the world in the Las Vegas Mayors Cup, February 2019. DUBLIN, LEINSTER, IRELAND, February 11, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ -- This year, the SUBWAY NIBFA National Youth League will be competing in the 2019 Mayors Cup in Las Vegas, NV. Roger Tabor, Tournament Director of the Las Vegas Mayors Cup, has kindly offered DB Sports Tours a place in this competition and in turn, we have invited our Northern Ireland partners to further develop the relationship between DB Sports and the Subway National League, an extension of the annual DB Champions Cup. The Las Vegas Mayors Cup has expanded with each edition over the years, and now has over 500 teams participating across all age groups. In February 2019, the National League U15’s will be the first Irish team to compete in a tournament that has seen teams from Germany, Haiti, Canada and Japan travel to Nevada in previous years. The tournament will be a fantastic experience, for both … [Read more...] about No Hard Border at DB Sports Tours as the SUBWAY NIBFA National Youth League travel to Vegas
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OGDEN — Women's soccer in the Big Sky Conference, like other sports in the league, recently shifted from a winner-hosts tournament format to a predetermined bid process. That helps schools (and fans and parents) plan their travel well ahead of time instead of expensively at the last minute.That bid process resulted in Weber State being chosen in June as the host of the 2018 conference tournament. On the field, the Wildcats had missed the conference tournament two seasons running with a combined league record of 5-11-4.Led by a handful of seniors, a youth movement and a stingy defense, the Wildcats delivered a host performance anyway, surging to a 7-1-1 conference record to win the Big Sky regular-season title outright."It gave us motivation, because you can’t host a tournament and not be in the tournament," senior forward Madi Garlock said. "Especially because the last couple years have been hard years, so all of it together is satisfying."The title brings a first-round bye … [Read more...] about Youthful, local Weber State soccer team ready to host Big Sky tournament
One July Fourth not too long ago, Ignacio Garcia’s clan gathered in Provo for a backyard barbecue and to watch an international soccer tournament on TV, which they had presumed would pit Mexico against the United States. Unfortunately, the U.S didn’t make the finals, so while playing patriotic American anthems, the Mexican-American family ate hot dogs and hamburgers but rooted for Mexico. Such split loyalties reflect their dual heritage as well as their conflicted feelings about Mormonism’s connection to the United States. Indeed, as 19th-century LDS pioneers were driven from their homes in Nauvoo, Ill., they were determined to leave the United States altogether for — you guessed it — Mexico. This month, as Americans celebrated Independence Day and as Utahns mark the arrival of Mormon pioneers to the Salt Lake Valley in 1847, the inner tensions have expanded to include the whole globe. Given the Utah-based church’s push to become a … [Read more...] about Mormonism was born in the USA but, under Nelson, is quickly embracing its growing multiculturalism as it aims to become a truly global religion
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1 of 6 View 6 Items Deseret News Utah punter Mitch Wishnowsky and kicker Matt Gay hold their trophies at the Spence and Cleone Eccles Football Center at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City on Thursday, June 14, 2018. Related Links Rock On: A Utah Jazz player who beat Doncic to the 'friend' invite Rock On: Whittingham won't be 'cowing' to pressure FULL MEMBERSHIP The 2018 Ute football team features both the Lou Groza and Ray Guy award winners — something no team in NCAA history has done — thanks to the return of punter Mitch Wishnowsky and placekicker Matt Gay. How good are they? The kickers are being called teammates, instead of “little guys over there with clean uniforms.” BOBBY BALL Okotoks Dawgs manager Mitch Schmidt became an internet sensation after video showed him hucking chairs onto the baseball field during a game against the Edmonton Prospects. Some of the lunges were backhand over his head. This gives … [Read more...] about Rock On: Public enemy No. 1 in Utah? Gordon Hayward, Deron Williams or Enes Kanter?