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“It’s very simple and I can set the record straight,” he told BBC Radio Norfolk. “It’s a family issue. “He will be with us hopefully on Wednesday and certainly on Friday. It’s very much a personal issue.” The Daily Record is reporting Snodgrass’ absence is related to his pregnant partner Denise McKenzie being involved in an accident in Glasgow. Snodgrass is thought to have returned to Scotland after the incident, which Norwich have yet to confirm. The 25-year-old Scotland international has become an important player for the Canaries since joining from Leeds last year. Such performances have seen Snodgrass linked with a summer move to West Ham but Hughton insists such speculation was not behind him missing the 1-1 draw with Brighton. Robert Snodgrass missed Tuesday night’s friendly at Brighton due to a “family issue” which is reported to be a car crash involving his partner. Press Association
Argentina will face Chile in the Copa America final after an emphatic 6-1 demolition of Paraguay – in which Angel Di Maria, Marcos Rojo and Sergio Aguero all found the net.The two sides had already faced each other in the tournament – following their opening game 2-2 draw – and just like on that occasion, La Albiceleste took control of the match early on, grabbing the lead after 15 minutes when Rojo smashed home a finish from a freekick scramble inside the box.Javier Pastore doubled his side’s advantage before the half hour mark – finding the bottom corner with a low finish after excellent build-up work from Lionel Messi, who was the driving force behind Argentina’s impressive performance.Paraguay gave themselves hope of a comeback just before the break, when Lucas Barrios made the most of some slack defending to finish past Sergio Romero.But goals from Di Maria, Aguero and Gonzalo Higuain ensured that Argentina secured their place in Saturday’s final against Chile in style.–
Both teams finished fifth in their pools to play for the ninth position.Tuvalu proved too strong for Solomon Islands winning the first set in a close encounter 25-19. Solomon Islands played hard in the second set but lacked defence letting Tuvalu spike right through to win the round by a big margin 25-15. Tuvalu maintained pace with their blocks and ball placement to win the third set 25-19. Solomon Islands have finished their Pacific Games campaign at the bottom on 10th place.
Freshman Tim Lim finished a stroke back from Ison to place tied for 14th. Lim shot a two-over-par 74 on the final day for a total score of 149 (75-74). Results Story Links Senior Drew Ison fired a one-over-par, 73, to finish tied for 11th-place with a team-best total score of 148 (75-73). Chase Wicklund, who played as an individual, recorded a total score of 167 (80-87). The Bulldogs registered a 302 for a final score of 602 (300-302) and moved up five spots to finish tied for sixth with Minnesota, who recorded a 317 in the second round. Iowa State managed to hold on to its lead to take home the team title with a score of 583 (280-303). Host Iowa finished runner-up one shot behind the Cyclones with a score of 384 (285-299). Sophomore Kyle MacDonald carded a three-over, 75, on the 7,239-yard, par-72 course to finish tied for 30th with a score of 152 (77-75). Tommi Avant carded an 80 on the final day to finish with a total score of 154 (74-80), while Arjun Reddy closed out the team’s performance with a total score of 160 (76-84). “I am extremely proud of the team and how we played today. The conditions were so tough. It was absolutely freezing out with strong winds and rain,” said Drake head coach Matt Lewis. “We had the second-best score of the day which shows our mental toughness and character. We also moved up five spots and had a strong finish.” IOWA CITY, Iowa – The Drake University men’s golf team put together the second-best score of the day to finish tied for sixth place at the two-day, 36-hole Hawkeye Invitational. The Bulldogs will have nearly 10 days to make final preparations for the MVC Championship on April 23-24 at Cape Girardeau, Mo. Print Friendly Version