Tennis News US Open 2019: Rafael Nadal Beats Diego Schwartzman, To Meet Marco Berrettini In Semifinal

first_img New Delhi: Rafael Nadal remains on course for his 19th Grand Slam title after a hard-fought quarterfinal win over Diego Schwartzman in the US Open on Thursday. Nadal beat Schwartzman 6-4, 7-5, 6-2 to advance to the semifinals. He now stands two wins from year’s second Grand Slam title, which would place him one shy of Roger Federer’s all-time mark of 20. Nadal (33) will next play Italy’s 24th seed Marco Berrettini, who beat Gael Monfils in their last eight clash. Nadal, who won his 18th Grand Slam with a 12th title at Roland Garros in June, is the favourite to win the title with both Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer already out of the picture. Apart from than Nadal, all the other semifinalists – Berrettini, Grigor Dimitrov and Daniil Medvedev – have never played in a Grand Slam final. The past 11 Grand Slams have all been won by either Nadal, 32-year-old Djokovic or 38-year-old Federer.Nadal was made to work as Schwartzman twice rallied from four-game deficits in a stuffy Arthur Ashe stadium. Nadal raced ahead 4-0 for a great start before the Schwartzman hit back winings four straight games. Nadal came back to take the next two game and clinch the opening set. The same pattern continued in the second set with Nadal moving a double break up before Schwartzman fought back from 5-1 to level at 5-5. Nadal showed his experience at the crucial moment breaking Schwartzman in the 12th game with his third set point.In the final set, Nadal wrapped things up quickly, breaking twice without reply to clinch victory in two hours and 46 minutes.Matteo Berrettini wins thriller against Gael MonfilsEarlier, Matteo Berrettini became the first Italian man to reach the US Open semifinals in 42 years on Wednesday to set up a potential showdown with Nadal.Berrettini, the 24th seed, matched Corrado Barazzutti’s run to the last four in 1977 after outlasting 13th-seeded Frenchman Gael Monfils 3-6, 6-3, 6-2, 3-6, 7-6 (7/5) in three hours and 57 minutes.Berrettini joined Barazzutti, 1976 Roland Garros champion Adriano Panatta and Marco Cecchinato as just the fourth Italian to advance to a men’s Grand Slam semi-final in singles.”What a great fight. I think it was one of the best matches I maybe ever saw — I was playing but I also saw. I’m really happy I don’t know what to say,” Berrettini said.The first-time Slam quarter-finalist blew a 5-2 lead in the final set and four match points before finally seeing off Monfils in a thriller at Arthur Ashe Stadium.”I was lucky I had match points and he didn’t have it – it’s better when you have them. I’m really proud of myself, I was always focusing on the next point.”A nervous Berrettini doubled-faulted on his first match point at 5-3 before a resolute Monfils fought off two more on his serve to send the deciding set into a tie-break.Monfils coughed up a costly pair of double faults in the breaker – and 17 in total – as Berrettini surged 5-2 ahead, the Frenchman rescuing a fourth match point before a booming serve from the Italian clinched a memorable win.”Right now I don’t remember any points, just the match point. I remember also my double fault I must be honest,” Berrettini said. Rafael Nadal has won the US Open in 2010, 2013 and 2017Nadal is the only member of the “Big Three” still standing in New York Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer have already exited the tournament  For all the Latest Sports News News, Tennis News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.center_img highlightslast_img read more

Montsho Leads Team Botswana to Warri Relays

first_imgShe won the African Championships gold medal over 400m; she also won titles in the event at the 2007 All-Africa Games, the 2010 IAAF Continental Cup and the 2010 Commonwealth Games in India. She is the first Botswana ever to win a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games.She has personal best times of 11.60 seconds in the 100 m, 22.89 seconds in the 200 meters and 49.33 seconds in the 400m.In a message sent to the Meet Director, Yussuf Alli, the former world champion expressed regret for missing the previous editions of the relays, especially the 2014 edition when she confirmed participation but missed the meet due to flight cancellation.Meanwhile, secondary schools in Delta State are preparing for the annual relay where future world beaters showcase their talent to a continental and global audience.“Apart from global stars like Blessing Okagbare, Amantle Montsho and others, Warri Relays/CAA Grand Prix presents budding athletes from all the nooks and crannies of Delta with a platform.“Competitions to select the best from schools across the state have been concluded and the best schools will compete for medals and cash prizes in various events” said Thomas.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Former world champion in 400m, Amantle Montsho, will be participating in the 2017 edition of the Warri Relays/CAA Grand Prix according to a statement signed by the Meet Media Director, Olukayode Thomas.Joining Montsho from Botswana are the country’s male and female 4x400m team.Finalist at the 2008 Summer Olympics, Montsho also competed at the World Championships in Athletics and the IAAF World Indoor Championships, and is a former World Champion in the 400m, winning with a personal best time of 49.56secs in Daegu, South Korea in 2011.last_img read more

Heptathlete Osazuwa making strides in outdoor slate after All-American indoor season

first_img Published on April 13, 2010 at 12:00 pm Contact Rachel: Comments Until Saturday, Uhunoma Osazuwa hadn’t lived up to the hype.Tabbed an All-American following the conclusion of the indoor track and field season in February, Osazuwa was expected to do big things this spring.But in her first outdoor meet earlier this month at the four-day Texas Relays, Osazuwa was basically a no-show. Placing 43rd in the 100-meter hurdles, the Syracuse standout essentially used the event as a tuneup to prepare for the rest of the season. And at the 44th annual Sea Ray Relays in Knoxville, Tenn., this weekend, the results showed.As the lone SU representative at the event, Osazuwa finisher higher than any other collegiate athlete, placing second behind only former heptathlon All-American Tammilee Kerr from Iowa. Osazuwa finished with a lifetime best and NCAA provisional-qualifying score of 5,378 points, placing her fourth in the NCAA for the heptathlon.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text‘Coming to Tennessee, I expected either to match my (personal record) or do better,’ Osazuwa said following the event. ‘I wanted to get a good enough score to get me into NCAAs early rather than having to worry about relying on a later meet. It feels great to (achieve my personal record), but to do it this early in the season makes me excited for what I’ll be able to do later on.’The meet, which joins the top NCAA qualifiers in the nation, is one of the top competitions of the season for multi-events. Osazuwa also earned fourth place in the javelin (34.56m) and finished first in the long jump (5.88 meters). The senior standout went into Thursday’s heptathlon events holding a slim first-place lead over Kentucky‘s Precious Nwokey, 3,358 to 3,349.Osazuwa’s teammate of four years, Bernard Bush, competed with her at the Texas Relays and has seen her grow and mature through the years. Her victory, though by herself, was shared with Bush and the rest of the teammates.‘We’re kind of a family,’ Bush said. ‘We’re all excited for her.’While Osazuwa was by herself in Tennessee, 17 of her track and field teammates were out west competing in the Sun Angel Classic in Tempe, Ariz. While there, the team put on one of its best performances of the season. The Orange took two first-place finishes and five top-five finishes at the event.‘For those competing on the national level, we want to see personal bests,’ head coach Chris Fox said.Osazuwa has lived up to her status as an All-American, an honor she earned at the end of the indoor season and one she hopes to receive at the end of the outdoor season as well.‘I want to start off well for the outdoor season,’ Osazuwa said before the event. Osazuwa doesn’t compete again until the Penn Relays in Philadelphia on April 22, but the rest of the team, fresh off its high-level performance at Arizona State, heads to Princeton this weekend looking to build on the strong results seen in Tempe.After facing stiff competition out west for three straight weeks, SU returns to the East Coast to participate in a familiar event, the Princeton Larry Ellis Invitational.The hope is that the familiarity and the importance of the event will lead to more top finishes.‘For some of the other athletes, at the very least we’d like to shoot for Big East qualifying marks,’ Fox said. ‘We want a lot of our (athletes) to treat these events like bowl games.’Although Osazuwa is not competing this weekend, her feats from last weekend, along with the rest of the team’s top performances last weekend, set the stage for the meet this Saturday.‘From this point forward, we’re just looking for big marks,’ Fox said. Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more “not afraid of competition” following German entry

first_img Martin Lycka – Regulatory high temperatures cancel industry’s ‘silly season’ August 11, 2020 Share Aligning your brand with a particular sport or team is widely recognised as a hugely effective way to drive fresh interest amongst a potentially huge audience, bringing with it a plethora of benefits along the way.As part of a concerted effort within the recently entered German market, sports betting provider, launched a little over two years ago by online betting operator Stoiximan, recently inked a deal to become a premier partner of Bundesliga outfit VfB Stuttgart.Forming one part of its wider marketing strategy, SBC News caught up with Panos Konstantopoulos, chief marketing officer of Stoiximan and, to discuss the significance of the deal, opportunities brought by the “king of sports” as opposed to others and the importance of staying ahead of the game.SBC News: Why did Betano chose to enter this partnership with VfB Stuttgart? What opportunities does/will this bring?Panos Konstantopoulos: We have signed a three-year sponsorship agreement with VfB Stuttgart, this indicates our commitment to VFB Stuttgart and to German football in general. It is a very important step for, as it establishes a solid link with the fans of one of the Bundesliga’s most prominent clubs. VfB Stuttgart is listed among the top 30 teams in Europe and is one of the 10 largest sports clubs in Germany. The significance of this partnership is not only linked with our presence in one of the world’s most popular leagues, but it is also linked to Betano’s presence and support to the local community through the implementation of several actions that are planned.“Football is the ‘king of sports’ in Europe and it represents a significant share of our betting service”SBC: What opportunities does football provide for Betano as opposed to other sports? And why was the Bundesliga deemed to be the perfect fit and not one of the other European leagues?PK: Our actions are not limited only to football. Betano and its sister brand Stoiximan, have a strong presence in other sport groups as well, in all of the countries we operate; such as basketball, water polo, handball in team sports as well as track and field, cycling, gymnastics and even windsurfing on an athlete level. However, football is the ‘king of sports’ in Europe and it represents a significant share of our betting services. The Bundesliga is one of the top championships in Europe with a huge attendance both in the stadiums as well as on TV, and we are excited to be able to be associated with it. It is a great opportunity and a great challenge at the same time.SBC: How do you leverage your brand presence at sporting events, on shirts etc… into engaging and retaining customers? PK: It’s not the same for every market.  In new markets these kinds of sponsorships are useful for the introduction of the brand and are mainly brand awareness tools and are drivers to a faster top of mind awareness. In other markets that we already have strong presence, sponsorships work as a proof of the brand’s status. In markets that we are market leaders, such as Greece, sponsorships work as a tool demonstrating the company’s support to local sports and communities. Customers are always happy to see a company supporting their team of preference but let’s be clear; it’s the level of professionalism, the quality of our product and of our customer service throughout the players’ game journey that maintains existing customers loyal to our brand, and which attracts new customers too.“We are not afraid of competition, on the contrary we are confident of our product offering”SBC: Why is entering relationships such as this with VfB Stuttgart so crucial? Is it necessary to try to stay ahead/gain a competitive advantage?PK: It is an important step following our recent entry in the German market. It’s also a testament that we are here to stay, a testament of our commitment to German football and to German sports. We are not afraid of competition, on the contrary we are confident of our product offering. The agreement with VfB underlines our strong commitment to a long-term action plan, and our commitment to being an integral and dynamic part of our new ‘home’.SBC: Are further deals such as this, an option for Betano in the future? Are they a useful tool to support expansion?PK: Following our sponsorship agreement with VfB we are happy to announce our sponsorship agreement regarding a very popular sport in Germany, Handball.  Following an agreement with the European Handball Federation, Betano will be the official betting sponsor in the German territory, for the EHF Champions League and the EHF Final 4 that will be held in Cologne in the coming season (2018-2019). We are also in negotiations regarding a potential sponsorship agreement with another historic football club, but you will allow me not to disclose more info at the moment. We have a solid marketing plan and sponsorships are only one part of this plan. 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COVID-19 isolation centre: GFA President, officials tour Ghanaman

first_img Source: GFA President Kurt E.S Okraku, on Tuesday, May 12, 2020, toured the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence at Prampram to inspect the progress of work done at the facility which has been made available to the government for use as isolation centre.Mr Okraku was accompanied by Chairman of the Greater Accra Regional Football Association Mr Samuel Aboabire and GFA Head of Communications Henry Asante Twum.The President’s visit was to acquaint himself with first-hand information on the progress of work since the Ghana Health Service and the Ministry of Health took over the facility. Some renovation works are currently ongoing to make the place conducive for patients and health workers.Nana Sarfo Oduro, a member of the Prampram Management Committee gave the GFA Media team an update on the progress of work:“We have given this place to the COVID-19 team, that‘s the Ghana Health service. We have done massive changes here… We have projected and installed security lights all around the compound.“We have done carpentry job by polishing the wardrobes, filling in the broken louvres, changing the frames and fixing the ceiling. As I speak to you, we are now doing the painting. All the blocks are being painted. The magnitude of work being undertaken here has saved the Ghana Football Association millions of cedis.“Our predecessors have been fighting hard to fence the place but unfortunately we couldn’t do it because of lack of funds. But giving this place to the COVID-19 team has given us the opportunity to barter for it.”Nana Sarfo Oduro, who doubles as a member of the GFA Executive Council, added: “They delivered 50 TV sets on Monday, they have about 100 mattresses, and they will bring fridges and 250 curtains here. I will fight for us to have some hereafter COVID-19, at least we did not rent the place to them.“In the MOU, we have agreed that even when they have not exited and the national teams have a game, the Ministry of Health will look for a place for the team to camp because we do not want to move them out unprepared.“When you look at the Airport side Hotel and the other hotels they used as isolation centres, those hotels have been pencilled down for a long period of time that means there is an exit plan.”“By exiting they are going to fumigate the place and put the place back to a friendly atmosphere,” he assured.For his part, Maxwell Caesar, a GFA Administrative staff at Prampram says the President’s visit came at a very good time.“It feels good to welcome the President of the GFA here. Ever since the place was given out, this is the first time he has come here, work is going on smoothly.“This land especially, we have been fighting for so many years to fence it, band, immediately when we heard that the Ministry wants to take this place as an isolation centre, the first thing they prioritized was fencing,” Caesar noted.The Executive Council of the Ghana Football Association, on April 16, 2020, announced offering the facility to the government for use as an isolation centre in the fight against the spread of COVID-19.last_img read more

Nick Kyrgios openly admits he sleeps with his fans ‘on a weekly basis’ when single

first_imgNick Kyrgios is hands down the bad boy of today’s tennis scene.Even though we hate to admit it, lots of girls love bad boys… especially famous ones. Tags: Nick Kyrgios ‘We want to play in big competitions’ – Jordan Ayew targets European spot with Crystal Palace Ivory Coast FA elections: Asamoah Gyan backs Didier Drogba This is definitely the case for the talented, but often distracted Australian, who admits that him “seeing” fans when not in a relationship is a weekly occurrence.This edition of “Tennis Bad Boy News,” came at around 6 am on a Twitch stream Q&A. He was asked if he had ever slept with a fan, and his response was: “Yes, in all seriousness if I’m not seeing someone it’s like a weekly thing.”Going into what we said earlier about him being often distracted, he then reminisced about the time he was playing Roger Federer at the Laver Cup, and in his own words was “slicing him up.”He then saw an attractive woman in the crowd… and was immediately distracted.He then went further in his dating life and remarked that he was particularly infatuated with Eastern European women.He even went so far as to say that if she is tall, and from East Europe, that she could take half of his earnings.His love of Eastern Europe’s best was shown in his last REAL relationship with Russian tennis player Anna Kalinskaya. However, this didn’t help his reputation in the dating scene.After their breakup, she went on everyone’s favourite ongoing internet reality show known as Instagram, and posted that he was a “f****** energy vampire,” and that he was “not a bad boy, but just a bad person.”Ouch!When asked about this, Kyrgios only had to say that “nothing happened,” and that they “went their own separate ways,” but they “had some fun memories.”We don’t know if this hurts his reputation as bad as spitting on an umpire, but being called an energy vampire is not a good sign.However, that clearly doesn’t stop him from “dating” on a weekly basis.center_img RelatedPosts Source: ‘I’m happy at Crystal Palace’ – Jordan Ayew says amid transfer speculationlast_img read more

Giants GM Dave Gettleman shuts down Josh Rosen trade talk

first_imgIs Dave Gettleman saying he’d like to start Eli for two or three more years? 🤔— SNY (@SNYtv) April 18, 2019“We went into last season believing Eli had a lot left,” Gettleman said. “And he’s proven that.“We won two more games than the team did the year before. You had all those games that we lost by a point or two. We lost eight games by a touchdown or less. The NFL is tight, tight, tight, a few more plays get you over the top and now you’re winning more.”The 2019 NFL Draft begins with Round 1 next Thursday and runs through Saturday in Nashville. “If you put a lot of pressure on it, you’re going to make a mistake,” Gettleman said, per “If you’re asking me how ‘urgent’ I feel to (draft a quarterback), I’m not going to put a level on that. I’m not. You let the draft come to you.Gettleman explained there’s a non-negotiable factor that they look for in any quarterback they bring into the franchise.“Being the quarterback of a team in this kind of market is a load. It’s a mental load,” Gettleman said. “You have to really vet up the background of these guys.”Gettleman believes Manning still has a lot left in the tank as he enters his 16th season in the NFL at age 38. Last season, Manning completed 66% of his passes and added 21 touchdowns with 11 interceptions. The Giants finished the regular season with a 5-11 record, but Gettleman was pleased New York showed improvement from its 3-13 campaign in 2017. Cardinals’ Josh Rosen hears the noise behind all those trade rumors Rosen’s future with the Cardinals has come under question in the weeks leading up to the NFL Draft. Many believe the Cardinals will select former Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray with the No. 1 overall pick, then trade Rosen out of Arizona.As for the Giants’ draft plan — Gettleman admitted there are some “pretty good” quarterbacks in this year’s draft class, but insisted the Giants aren’t in any rush to draft a quarterback. Instead, Gettleman expressed confidence in Eli Manning going forward. Related News The Giants have been one team closely linked to the Josh Rosen trade rumors, however, New York general manager Dave Gettleman wasn’t willing to divulge any new information about the possibility of trading for the Cardinals quarterback.When asked Thursday during his pre-draft press conference about whether the Giants have had conversations with the Cardinals, Gettleman simply said: “Not going there.”last_img read more

Women’s World Cup 2019: Ex-USWNT coach thrilled former American star Sarina Wiegman leading Netherlands in final against U.S.

first_imgWiegman recently said “my dream from that moment was to see the same situation back home,” a wish that can be fulfilled this weekend if the Oranje defeat defending champions USA in Lyon in the Women’s World Cup Final.Split loyalties would leave some conflicted, but Dorrance, who also coached current USA stars Crystal Dunn and Tobin Heath, cannot wait for the contest.”Having Sarina in the final against my own country it’s, ‘God, take me now, it’s never going to get better than this,'” longtime North Carolina coach Dorrance told Omnisport.”I’m getting these text messages from everyone saying, ‘It doesn’t matter what happens, you’re going to be celebrating something.’ And to some extent that’s true.”I do really admire what Sarina has done. For me, this is a wonderful World Cup final.”Wát een vechtmachine! We staan in de WK-finale; het is bijna niet te bevatten. En de knop is alweer om. Herstellen en met dit geweldige team op naar zondag 7 juli 2019, 17.00 u -> USA – NED #onzejacht— Sarina Wiegman (@wiegman_s) July 4, 2019Wiegman had been at a FIFA invitational international tournament in 1988 when Dorrance approached her about the possibility of coming to America.The state of the game in her country meant she thought playing “at a good level was literally impossible,” but the midfielder went on to become the first Netherlands international — male or female — to win 100 caps.”She was playing with American national team royalty in Kristine Lilly and Mia Hamm,” Dorrance recalled.”She had all the qualities of someone who was brought up in a wonderful soccer culture.”Everyone really liked her. I felt privileged to coach her.”That positive impression was backed up by Higgins — now Higgins-Cirovski — who would feature when Dorrance’s USA team beat Norway in the first-ever World Cup final in 1991.”She was a really good player, very smart, very technical — a student of the game — just intelligent,” Higgins-Cirovski said of Wiegman.It’s a Women’s World Cup year #TBT to the first #FIFAWWC final in 1991 when @ussoccer_wnt beat Norway in China PR thanks to a @MichelleAkers10 brace— FIFA Women’s World Cup (@FIFAWWC) January 3, 2019″She was an absolute sweetheart. She was highly competitive — we all were, but she had a really good way about her.”Wiegman began a career in teaching upon returning home, but took a coaching post for the newly formed domestic league in 2007 and never looked back — permanently taking the Netherlands job a decade later and guiding them to European Championship success on home soil later that year. Anson Dorrance led the United States to their first Women’s World Cup triumph in 1991, but one of his former players is out to end American dominance this Sunday.Netherlands coach Sarina Wiegman spent one year with Dorrance’s hugely successful North Carolina team in 1989 and called playing alongside United States greats like Mia Hamm, Kristine Lilly and Shannon Higgins “a football paradise.” Now she stands on the brink of leading her country to back-to-back major tournament titles as she aims to dethrone the nation where Dorrance gave her such a fine soccer education.”It’s not a strange feeling at all — it’s a joyous one. It’s like you’ve got two kids playing on opposite teams in a World Cup final, you root for both of them,” Dorrance added of Sunday’s final.”The fact I’ve got Sarina coaching the Dutch … if the Dutch do happen to win, the pain of seeing my country losing will be a lot less, I promise you.”last_img read more

Bizarre Carolina Hurricanes goal overturned thanks to broken netting

first_imgNo goal for Carolina. The puck somehow went through the side of the net. 🤷‍♂️— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) December 4, 2019And the rest of Twitter followed suit, adding their thoughts on the odd play.Jaccob Slavin’s shot went *through* the net. Originally called a goal and quickly called off. That’s… something.— Brett Finger (@brett_finger) December 4, 2019$5 Billion Dollar League. #NHL #Bruins #NHLBruins #Canes— The 300s (@The300sBoston) December 4, 2019We must build a wall to stop pucks from illegally crossing into our net! #NHLBruins— Bruins Trump (@BruinsTrump) December 4, 2019The net was tended to at the intermission by the best in the business so nobody could “score” again this way.Net in Boston that had puck go through its side is being attended to by the net doctor. #CARvsBOS— Shawn Hutcheon (@ShawnHutcheon) December 4, 2019The score between the Hurricanes and Bruins remained 0-0 after two periods. MORE: New Jersey Devils GM Ray Shero puts onus on underperforming players after John Hynes’ firingThe rubber disk made its way through the netting itself, broke through the twine and sent Twitter ablaze in the process. The call on the ice was initially ruled a goal, but instant replay quickly revealed what really happened.“That is wacky.” 😂Jaccob Slavin has a goal called off because it went *through* the net.#IceSurfing— Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) December 4, 2019The Carolina Hurricanes were not thrilled but used the opportunity to get in on the recent “gonna tell my kids” internet trend.Well that really stinks— Carolina Hurricanes (@Canes) December 4, 2019Gonna tell our kids this was a— Carolina Hurricanes (@Canes) December 4, 2019The Boston Bruins didn’t seem to mind — after all, the game remained tied. Hockey fans may have seen this kind of glitch before in a video game, but one strange play in Tuesday’s game between the Carolina Hurricanes and Boston Bruins has many wondering if they have ever seen a “goal” like this before at the NHL level.When Hurricanes defenseman Jaccob Slavin sent a backhand shot on-net with 2:09 left in the middle frame, the puck entered the net — but not in the conventional way.last_img read more

Wellington Police Notes: Friday, Nov. 20 to Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015

first_imgWellington Police notes: Friday, Nov. 20 to Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015: Friday, November 20, 2015•Cormac J. Johnston, 56, Wellington was served a summons to appear for battery and disorderly conduct.•Anna M. Wylie, 34, Wellington was served a summons to appear for dog at large.•Mechelle L. Lozano, 36, Wellington was served a summons to appear for criminal damage to property and disorderly conduct.•10:48 a.m. Non-Injury accident in the 1100 block W. U.S. 160 of Wellington involving vehicles operated by Ellsworth M. Sickles, 69, Wellington and Donna M. Haskin, 43, Argonia.•11:18 a.m. Officers took a report of a mental subject in the 800 block N. Woodlawn,  Wellington.•3:50 p.m. Non-Injury accident in the area of 8th and G,  Wellington involving vehicles operated by James D. Elliot, 40, Fresno, Texas and Roger L. Brownlee, 58, Wellington.•5:49 p.m. Officers took a courtesy motor vehicle accident report in the 100 block N. Poplar, Wellington involving a vehicle operated by Adam B. Pickerill, 30, Wichita, and a parked and unoccupied vehicle owned by Donna M. Booe,  Wellington.•10:37 p.m. Kyle A. Slane, 19, Arkansas City, Kansas was issued a notice to appear for speeding 52 mph in a 35 mph zone.•10:45 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 900 block N. Poplar,  Wellington.            Saturday, November 21, 2015•1:19 a.m. Officers took a report of an unattended death in the 800 block S. Jefferson,  Wellington.Sunday, November 22, 2015•1:45 p.m. Officers took a report of found driver’s license in the  Wellington.•7 p.m. Officers took a report of a mental subject in the 200 block S. F,  Wellington.•8:55 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 400 block E. Harvey,  Wellington.•10:33 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 400 block N. Olive,  Wellington.•10:47 p.m. Officers investigated an assault of a known suspect in the 600 block E. Lincoln, Wellington.last_img read more