Sadick Adams:Hearts vs Kotoko lacked excitement and quality

first_imgFormer Asante Kotoko striker Sadick Adams says he was unimpressed with the quality on display from both Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko during their match day 6 clash in the Ghana Premier League“I believe the match was not entertaining because the players were afraid to express themselves,” he stated.The Kumasi based side managed a hard fought 2 – 1 win to keep them in the hunt for the league title.Adams however, is of the opinion that the player’s lack of ability to fully showcase their technical prowess was disappointing for the fan looking to enjoy good football.“They didn’t have that confidence that you need in a game like this.“Our Supporters talk and that is normal but I expected the experienced players to do more.“These days our game is route one and all about getting your three points,” he reflected on The Tracker on Citi TV.The former U – 17 striker is back in Ghana after a short stint in Lebabon playing for Shabab Bourj.last_img read more

Blythe, Cain top Mayberry tennis

first_imgTwo of Jamaica’s top junior players, 15-year-old Selena Blythe and 13-year-old Damani Cain, took top honours in the 18 and Under sections of the Mayberry Investments Junior Tennis Tournament that was held at the Liguanea Club last Saturday and Sunday. They were also the outstanding players in the tournament.Playing standards were high and Anika Smith, vice-president, marketing, for sponsors Mayberry Investments, said she was so impressed, especially with the girls, that her company – which has sponsored the tournament for four years – would immediately pledge its commitment for 2016.Blythe had a stern challenge in the semi-finals from Michaela Stephens, but eventually prevailed 6-2, 1-6, 11-9. In the final, she had a fairly easy passage against Emma Dibbs and came out the winner 6-3, 6-3.competitive finalCain, who looked impressive throughout the tournament, defeated Gregory Spencer 6-4, 6-1 in the semi-finals. His finals opponent, Reuben Pinchas, defeated Myles Harrison 7-5, 6-3 in his semi-final.In a very competitive final, Cain got the better of Pinchas, because of his consistency. Cain played steadily throughout the match, but Pinchas, who showed touches of brilliance, did not play the difficult points well and went down 7-5, 7-6 (4).Other results were : (Girls 14 and Under) Jenna Harrison beat Kailey Chin 6-0, 6-1; (Girls 12 and Under) Savannah Thomson beat Cai Drummond 4-6, 6-4, 10-5 ; (Boys 14 and Under) Daniel Azar beat Jordan Parua 2-6, 6-3, 10-4; (Boys 10 and Under) Jordan Gibbs beat Kosel Gibbs 3-0, 2-1.last_img read more