Masters moments: Ian Woosnam wins in 1991 and gets a lift from caddie ‘Wobbly’ | Golf News

first_imgWe continue our look back through the Augusta archives by remembering Ian Woosnam’s dramatic victory at The Masters in 1991. As the countdown continues towards the delayed 2020 Masters, we take you back to 1991 at Augusta National and Ian Woosnam’s maiden major triumph.Woosnam arrived for his fourth Masters appearance ranked second in the world behind defending champion Nick Faldo, and with five top-10 finishes to his name in major championships.The Welshman was five off the pace after an opening-round 72, but he responded with an impressive 62 on day two which got him within two strokes of the halfway leader, and home favourite, Tom Watson. 2:25 Woosnam receives the green jacket from Nick Faldo Woosnam receives the green jacket from Nick Faldo

S. Korea says daily coronavirus cases may top 100, driven by imported infections

first_imgMeanwhile, two South Korean military aircraft arrived from Iraq on Friday, carrying 293 workers who were evacuated as cases swelled in that country. At least 89 of the workers were showing symptoms, Kwon said.”We might see more than 100 total daily cases announced at tomorrow’s briefing,” he said. “There is a high possibility we will see a three-digit figure.”As of midnight Thursday, South Korea reported 41 new cases, for a total of 13,979. One more person died, the KCDC reported, putting total virus-related deaths at 298.Widespread testing, intensive contact tracing and tracking apps have enabled South Korea to limit the impact of the coronavirus and it has been held up as a mitigation success story.But health authorities have battled a small but steady number of flare-ups.As the coronavirus spread around the world, a significant number of South Korea’s infections have been found in people arriving from overseas, with nearly 70% of the imported cases South Korean nationals.After a large number of crewmembers of Russian ships tested positive in June, South Korea began an extensive testing program on crews from at least 13 ships. Topics : South Korean health authorities said novel coronavirus infections among people arriving from abroad could drive the number of new cases on Friday to more than 100, the first time since the beginning of April that daily cases hit triple digits.The numbers for Friday will not be announced until Saturday, but Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) deputy director Kwon Jun-wook told a briefing a large number of crewmembers on a Russian ship had tested positive, as had a number of South Korean workers brought home on military flights from Iraq.So far, 32 members of the ship’s crew, along with five people who had been in contact with them, had tested positive, Kwon said.last_img read more

AFCON 2021 Qualifiers: South Africa arrive in Ghana for November 14 clash

first_imgThe South African national team, Bafana Bafana, has arrived in Ghana ahead of their AFCON 2021 Qualifiers in Cape Coast on Thursday, November 14.The team landed in Accra on Monday night and headed straight for Cape Coast and begin preparations for the match.The contingent is made up of 25 players and the technical team led by Molefi Ntseki.They made a change to the playing body with Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Lebogang Manyama replacing the injured Themba Zwane of Mamelodi Sundowns.With South Africa playing their next qualifier on Sunday, November 17 against Sudan, they will head back to Accra on Friday morning and fly to Johannesburg for the the Sudan match.Below is the full South Africa team for the Ghana clash:Goalkeeper: Darren Keet (Leuven FC, Belgium), Ronwen Williams (SS Utd), Ricardo Goss (Bidvest Wits).Defenders: Erick Mathoho (Chiefs), S’fiso Hlanti, Buhle Mkhwanazi, Thulani Hlatshwayo (Wits), Thapelo Morena, Mosa Lebusa (Sundowns), Innocent Maela (Pirates), Thamsanqa Mkhize (CT City).Midfielders: Kamohelo Mokotjo (Brentford), Bongani Zungu (Amiens), Thato Mokeke (CT City), Dean Furman, Aubrey Modiba (SS), Lebo Phiri (Guigamp), Mothobi Mvala (Highlands Park),  Lebogang Manyama (Kaizer Chiefs), Thembinkosi Lorch (Pirates), Percy Tau, (Club Brugge), Thulani Serero (Al Jazira).Strikers: Lebo Mothiba (Strasbourg, France), Bradley Grobler (Supersport United), Kermit Erasmus ( CT City).last_img read more