5th – Carson GundersonJunior Breakaway Roping Short Go:5th – Carson GundersonJunior Ribbon Roping:7th – Korbin Mills / Fallon JonesJunior Ribbon Roping Short Go:7th – Korbin Mills / Fallon JonesJunior Girls Goat Tying:3rd – Shelby Corr6th – Rylie Dowling8th – Twiggy EsauJunior Girls Goat Tying Short Go:Advertisement 5th – Korbin Mills7th – Carson GundersonJunior Team Roping:5th – Rylie Dowling / Carson GundersonJunior Team Roping Short Go:5th – Rylie Dowling / Carson GundersonJunior Barrel Racing:7th – Kerri MoatJunior Barrel Racing Short Go:8th – Kerri MoatJunior Breakaway Roping:Advertisement 2nd – Shelby Corr8th – Rylie Dowling9th – Twiggy EsauJunior Boys Goat Tying:3rd – Wyatt Bondaroff4th – Korbin Mills5th – Ethan Nelson6th – Carson JohnsonJunior Boys Goat Tying Short Go:3rd – Wyatt Bondaroff4th – Korbin Mills5th – Ethan Nelson6th – Carson JohnsonJunior Saddle Bronc:2nd – Danny JonesSenior Boys Cutting:1st – Wyatte CopelandSenior Boys Cutting Short Go:1st – Wyatte Copeland3rd – Ben JacksonSenior Tie-Down Roping:1st – Ben Jackson7th – Kolton Johnson8th – Wyatte Copeland10th – Jesse JonesSenior Tie-Down Roping Short Go:1st – Ben Jackson7th – Kolton Johnson8th – Wyatte Copeland10th – Jesse JonesSenior Girls Cutting:7th – Tyler BondaroffSenior Girls Cutting Short Go:7th – Tyler BondaroffSenior Team Roping:4th – Ben Jackson / Kolton JohnsonSenior Team Roping Short Go:9th – Ben Jackson / Kolton JohnsonSenior Saddle Bronc:5th – Zane Jones6th – Jesse Jones9th – Tyrel RobertsSenior Saddle Bronc Short Go:4th – Zane Jones6th – Jesse JonesSenior Pole Bending:4th – Aspen Wollen7th – Daylyn CallisonSenior Pole Bending Short Go:4th – Aspen WollenSenior Barrel Racing:2nd – Aspen Wollen6th – Kali Clare AtkingsSenior Barrel Racing Short Go:2nd – Aspen Wollen8th – Kali Clare AtkingsSenior Breakaway Roping:5th – Tyler BondaroffSenior Breakaway Roping Short Go:Tyler BondaroffSenior Goat Tying:5th – Rylie BondaroffSenior Goat Tying Short Go:5th – Rylie BondaroffSenior Steer Wrestling:3rd – Zane Jones4th – Ben Jackson5th – Wade Roberts6th – Jaytin JonesSenior Steer Wrestling Short Go:1st – Ben Jackson2nd – Zane Jones3rd – Wade Roberts4th – Jaytin JonesWorking Cow Horse Short Go:2nd – Rachel Moat3rd – Rylie Bondaroff6th – Wyatte Copeland FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The 2019 Canadian High School Rodeo Finals took place over the weekend in Merritt.A great number of cowboys and cowgirls from the Peace Region took part in this year’s Rodeo Finals in both the Junior and Senior divisions.One of the local participants of note from the Rodeo Finals is Wyatte Copeland, of Fort St. John, who managed to win the Senior Boys Cutting, making him the Senior Canadian High School Champion in that event.- Advertisement -Copeland was also named Canadian Reserve All-Around Champion for winning the Boys Cutting Short Go event.Gracie Chapple, of Fort St. John, was the 2019 Canadian High School Rodeo Finals Rodeo Queen.Here are the results for participants from the Peace Region:Advertisement Junior Pole Bending:1st – Twiggy Esau4th – Kerri Moat8th – Cashlyn CallisonJunior Pole Bending Short Go:2nd – Twiggy Esau5th – Kerri Moat8th – Cashlyn CallisonJunior Chute Dogging:2nd – Korbin Mills6th – Carson GundersonJunior Chute Dogging Short Go:Advertisement
Savouring his maiden call-up to the Indian team for the T20 series against Sri Lanka, all-rounder Washington Sundar on Tuesday expressed gratitude to his father and formative coaches for shaping his cricketing career.Sundar, who bats left-handed and bowls right-arm off-spin, was picked earlier this year as a replacement for injured Ravichandran Ashwin in Rising Pune Supergiant (RPS) in IPL-10 and since then he hasn’t looked back, putting up impressive performances in whatever opportunities he got.”It is a dream to be part of the Indian team. My father (Sundar) and coaches, including M Senthilnathan, have played a big role in shaping me as a cricketer,” Washington said. The 18-year-old from Tamil Nadu said he was relieved to have finally cleared the ‘Yo-Yo’ test, having flunked it a couple of months ago. “I worked hard after failing to clear the Yo-Yo test. Having got through now, it was a big relief,” he said.Washington got a chance to bowl at top batsmen in the nets including RPS captain Steve Smith, Mahendra Singh Dhoni and IPL’s highest paid foreign player Ben Stokes. A top-order batsman, he began bowling more on the advice of Indian Under-19 coach Rahul Dravid and played a key role in his state team, Tamil Nadu’s Vijay Hazare Trophy and Deodhar Trophy victories this season. His father is overjoyed at his inclusion in the national T20 squad.”As a father and coach I am very happy. Every cricketer wants this (to play for the country). To get picked in the national team at the age of 18 is a dream and I am thrilled for Washi,” Sundar, who named his son after his mentor P D Washington, told PTI.advertisementSundar Senior recalled Washington’s performances in the Under-19 World Cup in Bangladesh last year. “Washington did very well in the Under-19 World Cup and the selectors took notice. He bowled very well, especially in the final against West Indies, when he gave away just 18 runs in nine overs. He also did well with the bat,” Sundar said.”Washi also bowled very well and economical spells in the shorter format of the game (as Tamil Nadu won the Vijay Hazare Trophy and Deodhar Trophy),” he added. Washington scored a ton against Tripura in the Ranji Trophy as an opener but surprisingly didn’t get another chance to play at the top of the order in subsequent matches. “He is a genuine opener and has done well whenever he has got the chance to bat at the top,” the young left-hander’s father said.Meanwhile, former Tamil Nadu cricketer Senthilnathan, who has been Washington’s coach at TNCA First Division side Globe Trotters said, “It is a great achievement (getting selected in T20 squad) at a young age. It is the first step he has taken. He has a long road ahead of him. “He has done well as a bowler in the IPL, shone with the bat in Ranji Trophy and other tournaments. Now, it is time for him to prove his talent in the international level.”Senthilnathan, who has been coaching Washington since the age of 13, said it was important for his ward to learn to adapt fast. “He is very talented and can be very good with bat and ball. I hope he can pick up the ability to adapt to various conditions and situations very soon,” he added.
WILMINGTON, MA — The Wilmington Recreation Department’s Tiny Tots & Kids Club Program ended its first session on Friday, July 12, 2019.Below is a video from staffer Erin Cowden highlighting some of the fun that was had over the three weeks.——Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedVIDEO: Highlights From Wilmington’s Tiny Tots/Kids Club ProgramIn “Videos”WILMINGTON RECREATION: Concerts, Trips & Youth Programs Were Huge Hits This SummerIn “Community”VIDEO: Highlights From Wilmington’s Tiny Tots/Kids Club ProgramIn “Videos”