this season is that he had a re
10 views
The English trio of Danny Willett, Chris Paisley and Chris Hanson sat just a single shot off the lead midway through the third round of the weather-affected Italian Open in Monza.Masters winner Willett is finalising his preparations for the Ryder Cup later this month and had just one bogey through 44 holes to sit at 13 under, one shot behind Frenchman Alexander Levy.Lengthy weather delays on days one and two, including thunderstorms and heavy rain, meant tournament organisers were playing catch-up and Willett, in the final group, will return on Sunday morning to complete his third round before the final circuit can get under way.Paisley and Hanson were playing alongside Willett, with local favourite Francesco Molinari also at 13 under having played 10 holes of his third round.While Paisley and Hanson decided to putt out on the ninth green, with the latter making an impressive birdie, Willett will have to hole his putt before taking on the back nine.It was tricky to read the greens, with the fading light its always tough to get the pace, he told europeantour.com. I was rolling it pretty good, I just didnt quite get it going and shaved a few holes. So it was a bit frustrating.We need a real good day of weather tomorrow because there are a lot of guys with 27 holes, at least, left to play. It was just a frustrating nine holes really. I hit it average, not great, but tomorrow is another day.Willett made three birdies in the final five holes of his second round first thing in the morning and added another on the second in round three. Paisley had a bogey-birdie start to his third round as he turned in level par, while Hanson had a birdie on the third to go with his gain on the ninth.Levy began the third round six shots behind second-round leader Paisley but started with an eagle an added five further birdies in his first 12 holes. Molinari -- the 2006 champion -- had five birdies and a bogey to excite the local crowd as he aims to become just the second Italian to win his national open twice.Englands Richard Bland was in the group at 12 under, a shot clear of Ryder Cup trio Andy Sullivan, Matthew Fitzpatrick and Rafa Cabrera Bello, and Scot Jamie McLeary who made a hole-in-one on the 10th with his first shot of the day. Gareon Conley Jersey.C. -- Rodney Hood connected from all over the court while freshman Jabari Parker was busy swatting shots and scoring in transition. Obi Melifonwu Jersey. Houston won 3-0 to advance to face New York in the Eastern Conference semifinals. Last in the game, Di Vaio and Romero got into a shoving match with several Houston players. Romero appeared to elbow and kick Houston defender Kofi Sarkodie. http://www.raidersshopfootball.com/Authentic_Gareon-Conley_Raiders_Jersey/.5 million, one-year contract on Friday. Hawkins, who turns 41 in December, will compete with Rex Brothers for the closers role at spring training. David Sharpe Raiders Jersey. The parade and rally were held to celebrate the Saskatchewan Roughriders 45-23 win over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Sunday in the CFLs championship game. Gareon Conley Womens Jersey. -- Bryant McKinnie came out of his stance and lowered his shoulder into a practice squad player, causing a crisp thud to reverberate in the Miami Dolphins practice bubble. Melbourne assistant coach Jason Ryles has stood up for Storm skipper Cameron Smith, who has been accused of dirty play during their NRL preliminary final win over Canberra.Ahead of Sundays grand final against Cronulla, Smith has come under fire for appearing to knee Raiders skipper Jason Crokers injured leg and pushing him over following a Storm try late in in the first half.The incident wasnt deemed worthy of any action by the match review committee with Ryles saying that Melbourne were the team that others loved to hate, particularly during the NRL finals.That has gone up a notch with the ANZ Stadium decider being billed as a state against state showdown.You can make a lot out of a still shot, Ryles said of a newspaper photograph of the collision.Its the same thing, different year for the Storm.When I was playing the same thing happened and now Im coaching four or five years later its still happening so we certainly dont read into it.The former Kangaroos prop, who played two years for Melbourne before his retirement, didnt believe Smith was a protected species.He said as the Australian captain Smith had earnt the respect of referees.Hes obviously a quality player and hes the Test captain and the referees have a lot of respect for him and he has respect for the referees.ddddddddddddIf I was the referee and the Test captain came up to me and spoke politely than I would speak to him and I think thats basically all he does.Since Ryles took over as forwards coach this season the Storm have taken their game to a new level.But he was quick to deflect his own efforts, making special mention of the improvement from lock Dale Finucane and prop Jordan McLean, and said that was a key to Melbournes success.Probably the biggest thing for Jordan this season is that he had a really solid pre-season which was unbroken with injury, Ryles said.That consistency in the pre-season seems to be showing through in the season that hes having.Ryles heart-breakingly sat out Melbournes 2012 grand final triumph over the Bulldogs due to a hamstring injury.He said being a part of this campaign was just as special.It still meant a lot in 2012 winning the grand final and this would as well, he said.Theres a lot of work that goes into it during the season culminating in this weekend and its an honour and a privilege to be part of it. Wholesale Jerseys  Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Authentic Jerseys From China Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys ' ' '

Share

Add comment

O:-)
:-)
:-(
;-)
:-P
8-)
:-D
:-[
=-O
:-*
:'(
:-X
>:o
:-|
:-\
*JOKINGLY*
]:->
[:-}
*KISSED*
:-!
*TIRED*
*STOP*
*KISSING*
@}->--
*THUMBS UP*
*DRINK*
*IN LOVE*
@=
*HELP*
\m/
*OK*
%)
*SORRY*
*BRAVO*
*ROFL*
*PARDON*
*NO*
*CRAZY*
*DONT_KNOW*
*DANCE*
*YAHOO*
*HI*
*BYE*
*YES*
;D
*WALL*
*WRITE*


Rate

Your rate: 0
Total: 0 (0 votes)

Tags

No Tags