WELLINGTON, New Zealand (Reuters) – Tim Southee and Matt Henry removed both England openers as New Zealand reduced the tourists to 39-2 and took control of the second Test by the close of play on the second day at Seddon Park in Hamilton yesterday.New Zealand had been dismissed for 375 about an hour after tea and hold a 336-run lead heading into the third day of a match that England need to win to level the two-Test series.Rory Burns was on 24 at the close of play, having survived two dropped catches, with captain Joe Root on six and looking uncomfortable at the crease as he battles with a precipitous drop in form over the last year.Opening batsman Dom Sibley was trapped in front by Southee for four to leave the tourists 11-1 before Joe Denly (four) was snapped up by wicketkeeper BJ Watling with a superb low catch off Henry to reduce them further to 24-2.England could have been even further in the mire at stumps with Burns dropped on 10 by Ross Taylor at first slip off Henry and again, from a more difficult chance, on 19 by Jeet Raval at midwicket off Southee.England’s pace attack had earlier dragged their side back into the game with a fiery spell of short-pitched bowling at New Zealand’s tail after Stuart Broad had broken a 124-run stand between debutant Daryl Mitchell (73) and Watling (55).“When I was sitting on zero I wasn’t that calm,” Mitchell said. “So it was nice to get a run and get started and the more time you spend out there the easier it does get.“But England bowled very well. They were very patient at times and built pressure and asked good questions.“We just had to grind it out for a period there and I was lucky enough to get a few runs.”New Zealand had been well set at 315-5 heading into tea before Broad removed first Test man-of-the-match Watling with the penultimate ball before the break.Broad then had Mitchell caught at deep fine leg by Jofra Archer about 20 minutes after play resumed in the final session.With the hosts’ bowlers prepared to take on the short-pitched deliveries, England quickly wrapped up the innings as mistimed shots from New Zealand’s batsmen ended up in the hands of the boundary fielders.NEW ZEALAND 1st inningsJeet Raval c Joe Root b Stuart Broad 5Tom Latham b Stuart Broad 105Kane Williamson c Joe Root b Chris Woakes 4Ross Taylor c Joe Root b Chris Woakes 53Henry Nicholls c Stuart Broad b Sam Curran 16BJ Watling c Rory Burns b Stuart Broad 55Daryl Mitchell c Jofra Archer b Stuart Broad 73Mitchell Santner c Chris Woakes b Jofra Archer 23Tim Southee c Ollie Pope b Chris Woakes 18Matt Henry not out 5Neil Wagner c Dominic Sibley b Sam Curran 0Extras (b-15, lb-3) 18Total: (all out, 129.1 overs) 375Fall of wickets: 1-16, 2-39, 3-155, 4-182, 5-191, 6-315, 7-330, 8-357, 9-375.Bowling: Stuart Broad 28-7-73-4, Jofra Arche 28-8-75-1, Chris Woakes 31-6-83-2, Sam Curran 23.1-7-63-2, Ben Stokes 13-5-36-0.ENGLAND 1st inningsRory Burns not out 24Dominic Sibley lbw Tim Southee 4Joe Denly c BJ Watling b Matt Henry 4Joe Root not out 6Extras: (lb-1) 1Total: (two wkts, 18.0 overs) 39Fall of wickets: 1-11, 2-24.Bowling: Tim Southee 8-1-24-1, Matt Henry 7-3-10-1,Neil Wagner 2-0-3-0, Daryl Mitchell 1-0-1.
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The Portuguese boss, in a separate interview with Sky Sports, added: “All three goals are our mistakes. Against a team like City, if you make mistakes you will get punished.”United scored twice in the closing five minutes to win 2-1 away to Juventus in the Champions League in midweek while City continued their campaign in European club football’s elite tournament with a 6-0 thrashing of Shakhtar Donetsk on Wednesday.Mourinho, while not blaming United’s defeat on their exertions in Italy, said: “Everybody has to agree, it is one thing to go to Juventus and play against one of the best teams in the world for 90 minutes, another thing to beat Shakhtar Donetsk at home 6-0 and be very relaxed.“We arrive in different circumstances.”Share on: WhatsApp Manchester, United Kingdom | AFP | Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola said his side had to overcome early “fear” before the reigning Premier League champions returned to the top of the table with a 3-1 derby win at home to Manchester United on Sunday.Goals early in each half at the Etihad from David Silva and Sergio Aguero left City in a commanding position before an Anthony Martial penalty gave visitors United hope of a comeback.But Ilkay Gundogan put the result beyond doubt four minutes from time with a third goal that crowned a sublime 44-pass move.Victory left City two points clear of Liverpool and Guardiola told the BBC: “We deserved the victory. The first half we played a little bit with fear but football is a game and we didn’t want to lose the ball.”Asked why his team had been fearful, Guardiola replied: “We wanted to play good in front of our fans and we know how important it is to play in this game. But we did well and that goal from Sergio Aguero helped us a lot after half-time.”Defeat left United 12 points behind City just 12 games into the league season, with beaten manager Jose Mourinho accepting there was now a “gap” between the Manchester clubs.He insisted his team were united in reality as well as in name, while saying all three of City’s goals were down to mistakes by his players.“For me zero words against my players, everything is positive,” Mourinho said. “I am with them and they are with me.“There is a gap, Manchester City start playing from the beginning of the season at a certain level that allows them to get a lot of points.”
Christian Segovia scored his second goal of the season on Mother’s Day. Photo credit: Jo ArlowGame time temperature was 83 degrees and 95 degrees on the turf at Black Hills. Both teams struggled with the heat early until the Artesians found their footing about 20 minutes in. Segovia found a ball near the box, made a couple of moves, and buried a shot past Stars keeper Aty Taylor to give Oly a 1-0 lead in the 21st minute. Both teams had a couple of chances after that, but the Artesians defense and keeper JJ Olson held strong and took a 1-0 lead into the break.The Artesians dominated the first part of the second half until Kolby Johnson’s corner kick found the head of Charlie Spurr, who flicked it on to Daniel Gonzalez, who headed it home for a 2-0 Artesians lead in the 61st minute.Seattle finally broke through just four minutes later when Mason Bochner slotted a pass from Pablo Gallo past Olson to cut the lead in half, 2-1. The goal energized the Stars who dominated possession for the next 12 minutes including a shot that smacked the post in the 76th minute.But just one minute later, Stars goalkeeper Aty Taylor collided with his defender and was knocked out completely, and taking an abundance of caution, the game was halted for over 20 minutes while the Littlerock Fire Department responded and an ambulance was called. Taylor was able to get up and walk off on his own power and was taken to the hospital for precautionary measures and to get some stitches. The game resumed in the 77th minute.Alex Molchan took his place in goal and Seattle pressed for the final 13+ minutes but was unable to come up with the equalizer.The win moved the Artesians into first place of the Evergreen Premier League’s Coastal Division with four points. Seattle and Vancouver are tied with three points apiece after Vancouver’s 4-0 loss to Washington Premier.The Artesians welcome Yakima United to town next Saturday night. It is Wembley Soccer Shop Youth Soccer Night, with players from local youth soccer leagues getting in for $2 off of their ticket. First kick at Wembley Soccer Shop Field at Black Hills is set for 6:00 PM. Stay up to date with the Artesians by visiting the Oly Town Artesians website, following them on Twitter, and liking them on Facebook. Facebook3Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Oly Town ArtesiansChristian Segovia scored his second goal of the season and Daniel Gonzalez added what proved to be the game winner early in the second half to lift the Oly Town Artesians to a 2-1 victory over the Seattle Stars on a scorching Mother’s Day at Black Hills High School.
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A popular segment of the Henry Hudson Trail in Atlantic Highlands that suffered serious damage due to flooding in Super Storm Sandy in 2012 is to undergo repairs to make it more resilient in the future. The path is used by pedestrians and bikers. Photo: Joseph SapiaBy Joseph SapiaATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – The portion of the Henry Hudson Trail in Atlantic Highlands that was destroyed by 2012’s Super Storm Sandy storm surge should be fully reconstructed with a more sustainable design by the end of the year.Since the storm, the scenic 1-¼ mile walking, bicycling, and equestrian trail from Popamora Point at the Atlantic Highlands/Highlands border to Atlantic Highlands marina has remained open, but in what the park system describes as the “primitive condition” of compacted soil.The 14-foot high storm surge had eroded the toe of the bluff making passage difficult or even hazardous in some conditions. It washed away trail surfacing and decimated the wooden boardwalks, said Joseph Sardonia, supervising landscape architect for the Monmouth County Park System. “It was like toothpicks,” Sardonia said. “It was amazing.”The project is estimated to cost about $900,000 to $1 million. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will reimburse the Park System 80 percent of the cost, and the county and borough will split the remaining 20 percent, according to the Park System.Two women walk along the Henry Hudson Trail on the Highlands-Atlantic Highlands boundary. The trail is open, but the Monmouth County Park System considers its compacted dirt state as “primitive.” Photo: Joseph SapiaThe improvements to help the trail survive occasional flooding and storm surges include: diverting runoff to Sandy Hook Bay under the trail to protect against erosion, resurfacing the trail using both pavement and stone dust and rebuilding the walkway with prefabricated concrete, Sardonia said.The Monmouth County Board of Recreation Commissioners hopes to award a contract to successful bidders in July, see work start after Labor Day and complete the project by the end of 2016.Trails will be closed to visitors during renovations, according to the Park System.Leo Cervantes, 46, who lives in Highlands and walks the affected part of the trail once or twice a week if he has time, looks forward to improving the trail.“I guess, if they do it the right way, it’ll last longer,” said Cervantes, who owns Chilangos Restaurant in Highlands.Catalina Giraldo, 30, of Highlands was walking the trail on a recent day with Cervantes and Julian Gaviria, 26, who was visiting from Colombia. Giraldo called the county project “positive.”It was Gaviria’s first time on the trail.“We woke up this morning, ‘Come on, Julian,’ because Cati and I walk it,” Cervantes said.The Henry Hudson Trail, which follows a combination of roads and unused railroad right-of-ways, travels from Sandy Hook to Freehold for about 28 miles.From Sandy Hook to Aberdeen, the trail also is known as the Bayshore Trail.The county hopes to extend the trail another 7-1/2 miles to Farmingdale. From Farmingdale, it could connect with the Edgar E. Felix Trail to Manasquan.