Elenco homenageia Daniel na reapresentação. Leia em: https://t.co/alrIUJfcGL pic.twitter.com/iZ6NjxGgDs— São Paulo FC (@SaoPauloFC) October 29, 2018Brazilian football was in shock on Monday after authorities announced the death of 24-year-old midfielder Daniel Correa, who was found almost decapitated with his genitals cut off.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissHis parent club, Sao Paulo FC, whom he joined in 2015, paid tribute to Correa with its players holding a minute’s silence before training on Monday.ADVERTISEMENT Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? LATEST STORIES View comments The United Nations considers a murder rate greater than 10 per 100,000 citizens as the threshold for endemic violence.Once a prospect at Brazilian giants Cruzeiro, the powerhouse club from his home state of Minas Gerais, Correa made his professional debut at Rio de Janeiro outfit Botafogo in 2013, alongside Dutch great Clarence Seedorf.With a talent for dribbling, fans dubbed him “Daniel Messi.”But a serious knee injury in 2014 curtailed his progress and Correa was never able to fulfil his early promise.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Sao Paulo said in a statement that he was “found dead this weekend.” Other Brazilian clubs and players also paid tribute.Police in the southern Parana state said Correa’s body had been found in a rural zone on the outskirts of the state capital Curitiba on Saturday.Authorities said an investigation into his death was “advanced” and that members of his family would be interviewed.A police source told Folha de S.Paulo newspaper that Correa’s throat had been slit with a blade so wide that his head was almost entirely cut off. His genitals had also been severed.Brazil is one of the most violent countries in the world where last year a record 63,880 people were murdered, some 30.8 per 100,000.ADVERTISEMENT Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew MOST READ Correa had been on loan at second division Sao Bento when he died. Watanabe becomes only second Japanese player in NBA
Dear Editor,General Elections must be held in Guyana, I repeat, General Elections is mandated for this nation by March 31, 2019, and true to form, the PNC and their thug machinery are coming up with these what I would call, new tactics. Well, it is not a totally new exercise because the moment elections are to be held in this country, there is bound to be a sudden upsurge in crime and criminal activity of some sort from the well-known PNC machinery and ‘blame it on The PPP/C’ sort of thing.This is a known strategy of theirs. Criminal activities of a certain kind destined to create fear and instability at election time are bound to show up in Guyana, period! We have grown accustomed to these things.Anytime the PNC has to face the electorate, things of this nature surfaces; the only thing this time is that they seem to have adopted another strategy, that is, trying to put PPP or PPP/C persons in the criminal spotlight. Trying to put the blame on the PPP for the instability in society and divert people’s attention from the real issue at hand, which is an imminent election. Hence, we question claims that the niece of a Former PPP Member of Parliament is planning to bomb the University of Guyana.It is rather odd that a student of the said institution would want to blow it up. The timing and the person who is said to have made those calls are highly suspect incidents that call for the most careful scrutiny ever. And even if we are tempted to believe this, the timing of this bomb threat has given them away. Why when an election is due would you get such a threat and from a PPP person? Who would want to believe this? All of the events leading up to this story has a PNC copyrighted script written all over it.They are trying their utmost to hang on to power while emasculating the Constitution and creating panic and confusion at the same time.What is even more revealing is the fact that her full name, Sheliza Jaferally, relation to a former PPP/C Member of Parliament as well as her photograph are splashed in bold all across the Government mouthpiece, Guyana Chronicle. This is pure bullyism. It shows how desperate these people are at diversionary tactics.In the first place, persons who have committed the most dastardly of deeds, even murder, are not treated this way so this latest bomb threat by a harmless student speaks volumes of the desperation campaign the PNC are waging at this time.So the PNC in their bid to hang on to power is pressing the panic button, bringing back the fear factor in society just before another election.Respectfully,Neil Adams
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — The Northeast BC/Yukon Trackers are less than a week from their training camp, which will be run once again by a new head coach.After former head coach David Johnston left at the end of last season, the Trackers didn’t look far to find his replacement. Former Fort St. John Senior Flyers bench boss Gerard Dicaire will be behind the Trackers’ bench this season, less than two years after stepping down as the Flyers’ coach. The two-time NHL draft pick won an Allan Cup and a Savage Cup playing with the team, along with an NPHL Championship. In 2013, Dicaire stepped behind the bench to coach the team to their first of two straight Coy Cup Championships in the Spring of 2015.After stepping down to spend more time with his family, Dicaire said that he was given the blessing to return to coaching from his kids. He said that he plans on bringing a fresh insight to the team this season, which will be the second year the team’s curriculum corresponds to the Hockey Canada Skills Academy Program. He explained that three returning players from last season won’t be attending training camp initially, as they plan to try out for the Cariboo Cougars Major Midget team. Second year returning forward Connor Bowie also won’t be at this weekend’s camp, as he’s set to attend the Portland Winterhawks’ training camp ahead of the WHL season.- Advertisement -The Trackers training camp begins this Friday at 6:00 p.m. at the Pomeroy Sport Centre, and runs until Sunday. Dicaire said that the final cuts might not be known until next week, as he and his fellow coaching staff will need to look at the various players’ strengths and weaknesses.
0Shares0000Raheem Sterling has been forced to defend an assault rifle tattoo © AFP / Ben STANSALLLONDON, United Kingdom, May 29 – Manchester City and England star Raheem Sterling has been forced to defend his new tattoo of an M16 assault rifle.Sterling posted a picture of himself training with his England team-mates at St George’s Park, with a tattoo of an assault rifle on the winger’s right calf clearly visible. Lucy Cope, who founded Mothers Against Guns after her son Damian was shot dead outside a club in central London in July 2012, said the ink was “totally unacceptable”.She told the Sun: “We demand he has the tattoo lasered off or covered up with a different tattoo.“If he refuses he should be dropped from the England team.“He’s supposed to be a role model but chooses to glamorise guns.”But Sterling, who helped City win the Premier League title in April and is currently preparing for next month’s World Cup, alluded to the tattoo having a “deeper meaning”.In a post on Instagram, the 23-year-old said: “When I was 2 my father died from being gunned down to death I made a promise to myself I would never touch a gun in my life time, I shoot with my right foot so it has a deeper meaning N still unfinished.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
9 9 9 4. Thomas Muller is paid a €13.5m salary by Bayern – Bayern clearly want to keep Muller in the Bundesliga if his reported salary is anything to go by. 9 9. Angel Di Maria and Gareth Bale are paid €11m annually by PSG and Real Madrid – Di Maria is earning big bucks since leaving Man United for the riches of PSG and he is one of four players from the French side on this list, as reported by Diario de Noticias. Bale, meanwhile, is the most expensive player in the world, but he still earns less than his more celebrated team-mate, Cristiano Ronaldo. In January details of the £85m man’s contract were leaked. 9 7. Wayne Rooney: The Man United and England captain has a €11.5m salary – Rooney is the only Premier League player on here and the striker has been richly rewarded for his services to Man United. 6. Thiago Silva: Top defender earns €12m-a-year at PSG – The PSG and Brazil defender is considered to be one of the best in his position. 2. Lionel Messi is on €20m a year at Barcelona – First and second place was always going to be between Messi and Ronaldo… 5. Jackson Martinez’s new contract at Guangzhou Evergrande in China will net him €12.5m annually – Martinez only joined Atletico Madrid last summer, but could not find the kind of goal scoring form that made him such hot property during his time at Porto. Evergrande paid around £32m for him in the winter transfer window and his huge contract puts him among football’s top five earners. Kerching! Jackson Martinez is in the money after he joined Guangzhou Evergrande from Atletico Madrid.The Chinese club shelled out £32m to prise him away from Spain where he has had an unhappy spell since leaving Porto.Here, talkSPORT has looked at what the striker’s salary looks like – healthy – compared to other top earners in football.Have a look at the 10 best paid players *according to Portuguese news outlet Diario de Noticias. 9 1. Cristiano Ronaldo: Real Madrid forward is on a tidy €21m-a-year – Ronaldo became Real Madrid’s record goal scorer earlier in the season and at the age of 31, is there room for one last payday? 9 9 10. Edinson Cavani: PSG striker earns €10m-a-year* – click the arrow above, right, to see the world’s highest paid players – Jackson Martinez’s transfer to Guangzhou Evergrande in China has propelled him into the list of top earners in football. According to Portuguese news outlet Diario de Noticias, Martinez will earn a huge sum of money after leaving Atletico Madrid and here, talkSPORT looks at the top 10 highest paid men, beginning with Edinson Cavani, who earns 10m annually scoring for PSG. 9 3. Zlatan Ibrahimovic: PSG striker’s salary is €16m – Ibrahimovic has played for Juventus, Milan, Inter, Barcelona and is still one of the world’s best strikers, which is reflected by his salary at PSG.
IN DEMAND Huddersfield are hoping to tempt former Chelsea midfielder Gael Kakuta back to England.The 27-year-old impressed on loan at Amiens last season, scoring six goals in 36 Ligue 1 outings, and they want to sign him permanently from Hebei China Fortune. moving on TOP WORK Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star However, according to RMC, the midfielder is yet to agree personal terms on the £3million switch and it hangs in the balance.Now there is a chance to it could fall through altogether, and reports in France have suggested that Huddersfield are hoping to snap Kakuta up.L’Equipe has suggested the Premier League club are currently in talks about a move, while Leganes want him to join them in Spain too. Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? REVEALED 2 Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Chelsea confident of beating Man United and Liverpool to Sancho signing Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January three-way race 2 Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade targets Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Latest transfer news Kakuta impressed while playing for Amiens on loan Now it will be up to Kakuta to decide whether or not he wants to have another crack at English football following six mixed years at Chelsea, which included loans to Fulham and Bolton.The DR Congo international arrived at Stamford Bridge back in 2007, described as a teenage phenomenom who drew comparisons to Zinedine Zidane.However the switch would become a controversial one as, in 2009, FIFA imposed sanctions on Chelsea and Kakuta for an apparent breach of contract with his former club Lens. RANKED targets Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Kakuta has never reached the potential he showed at Chelsea LATEST LIVING THE DREAM In the end, the move barely seemed worth the hassle as he was released in 2015 having started just one Premier League game for the club.But he could be about to try his hand in English football once again should Huddersfield win the race to sign him this summer.
LETTERKENNY General Hospital will lose 24-hour accident and emergency cover if Health Minister James Reilly implements his proposal to reduce the overspend at the hospital, donegaldaily.com can reveal.More than 90% of admissions to Letterkenny General come through the emergency department.And if the hospital makes the cuts wanted by the HSE, it would lead to the loss of 24-hour cover. That would mean patients facing journeys of up to two hours to Sligo General – where there aren’t enough staff to cope.And emergency cases taken to Altnagelvin in Derry would end up costing the HSE more money.We understand that there is already a €6M overspend at Letterkenny hospital this year – and that the HSE wants to recoup those losses in the second half of this year.However stopping all surgery wouldn’t be enough to save that money. And the only option left would be to reduce the number of hours that A&E operates. That move would also lead to reduced hours for staff and job losses. Letterkenny General is in the headlines again today because of cutbacks, cuts implemented by the HSE while other hospitals get more cash for each patient.There are a shocking ELEVEN unfilled vacancies for Non-Consultant Hospital Doctors – a situation described as ‘crazy’ by one nurse today.“If these cuts go ahead, then A&E is the only way to go – we could end up operating a reduced service. That would be a disaster,” she said.LETTERKENNY GENERAL TO ‘LOSE 24-HOUR A&E IN CUTBACKS’ was last modified: July 29th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:cutsHSEletterkenny hospitallies
DDTV: DONEGAL singer Peter McGrory has failed to land a judge and get through to the next round of RTE’s The Voice of Ireland – but judge Dolores O’Riordan told him: “Believe in yourself.” The 28-year-old from Tooban near Burnfoot lived in Britain for nine years where he went to music college but returned home14 months when he had a serious health scare and was diagnosed with testicular cancer. He was later given the all-clear, he told the show tonight.He performed Pearl Jam’s hit ‘Black’ to demonstrate his vocal range at the auditions.But O’Riordan, who met Eddie Vedder, urged Peter to find his own voice.“Try to find your own voice and you never know what might happen,” she said. After the show Peter said: “I was a wee bit shakey; I think I let it get to me.”Donegal already has two contestants through to the battles stages – Kedar Friis-Lawrence (18) from Glen and Paddy Molloy (23) from Glenties. DDTV: HEARTACHE AS DONEGAL SINGER FAILS IN ‘THE VOICE’ BID was last modified: February 9th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:InishowenPeter McGroryRTEThe Voice of Ireland
Paddy WalshPaddy Walsh – sports fan and sports writer is back after a brilliant first column for Donegal Daily last week. The well-known Letterkenny terrace-talker once again puts his unique slant on all things sport in Donegal and further afield. SAM ENCHANTED EVENING Sitting in Hill 16. Not ON it. IN it. The watering hole in Dublin’s Gardiner Street. And this fellow planks himself beside me. Looks familiar but I’ve had a couple and I can’t quite place him even with those bigger than normal ears he has.Murphy talks to a couple of Dublin lads called Maguire!“Evening”, says I. “Evening,” he returns.We get chatting. Asks me where I hail from and when I answer he says: “Ah, been there a couple of times.”“Oh yeah, which part?”. “Every bloody part. Every single nook and cranny of the place. You name it, I’ve been there, mate…”Last visit, he tells me, 2012. “Mad it was. And then even more madder. You’d think they’d never seen me before the way they went on.”But they had seen him before, he tells me. Back in1992. “Mad then too. First time I’d ever been there and I thought I’d never be back again. You’re all fecking crazy, stark raving the whole lot of ye.”Tells me he’s been living in Dublin this past year but fancies a change of scenery.“I’m thinking. Kerry or Donegal. Been in Kerry a fair few times. Thirty-six if I can remember rightly. Nice place. Some quare views…”“Ah, nothing compared to what we have in Donegal,” I reply. “We’ve views that puts Kerry in the half-penny place. Awesome’s too mild for it.” “Aye, true. But they’re not as mad as ye. I was almost damaged property the last time I was in your neck of the woods. Crazy days. And the nights weren’t half mad either…”“Ever been in Leitrim?,” I ask him.“Where?” he asks.“Or Sligo?.” “Might have passed through but never stopped there.”“Here, will you have a drink?”, I enquire.“Hardly touch the stuff. Except once a year when they fill me up with champagne.”Right, says I, climbing off the barstool. “Must go.”“Oh, you heading back to Donegal?.”“That’s right. Be seeing you….”“Aye, you just might, mate. You just might.”Still couldn’t place him but I’m sure I’ll run into him again…WHAT NEXT FOR THE MIDAS MAN?Some speculation on the future of Jim McGuinness should Donegal find themselves in the losers dressing-room come Sunday evening. Or even the winners enclosure.What next for Jim McGuinness?Will he step down? Vacate the post that he was passed over for by the County Board – truly difficult to believe that – a few short years back?A defeat might make his mind up and the likes of Mayo will be looking on from the sidelines with some interest, assuming James Horan doesn’t reverse his recent decision to quit and never minding the fact that a pack of five led by Kevin McStay are in the running to replace him. Or could Glasgow Celtic take a huge gamble and appoint the Glenties man manager in place of current boss, Ronny Deila, who, even at this early stage, doesn’t look up to the task? No sniggering back there, that age old Donegal connection with the Glasgow club could swing a managerial move that would shock both the world of soccer and Gaelic football.Win, lose or draw this Sunday (and I’d be getting odds on the latter if I was a betting man), most Donegal supporters – all of them let’s face it – will be hoping he stays on for another crack at the ultimate title.Even if Declan Bonner – what a job he’s done with the Minors – might be waiting patiently to step up to the plate.GREENE AND BLUEMany moons ago – and a few more manys along with that one – on a family outing to Downings one Sunday afternoon, I was listening eagerly to the car radio waiting for a result from a Finn Harps away trip to Shamrock Rovers.And finally the R.T.E. sports presenter of the time – a time when there was no internet or social media to catch up on these things – passed proceedings along to Milltown where the familiar voice of Philip Greene sat ready to reveal all.He didn’t quite share the masterful vocal intonations of the recently deceased B.B.C. sports announcer, James Alexander Gordon, who could disclose a result and whether your favourite side had won, lost or drawn, just by the way he stressed the name of the home team, but, nevertheless, our Philip on this occasion gave it away as soon as he opened his mouth.For it was like he had just been given the news that his home had been burgled and his prized collection of Shamrock Rovers match programmes had all been dumped in the garden and burnt to a cinder. I was already dancing a jig on Downings beach when he announced, in seriously doleful tones, that Harps had won by a goal to nil, his beloved Hoops undone by the team from the North-West. He still remained one of my favourite broadcasters of that era simply because of his tendency to drift into describing the birds flying over the pitch or the respective colours of the goalkeepers’ jerseys during a match report but also, more specifically, when he provided the good news (for those of us with blue and white blood at least) that Harps had won in his own backyard.I was reminded of that afternoon last Sunday, this time while walking the dog in Ards Forest Park and keeping an ear out for the latest from Avondale United where Harps were attempting to make it into the semi-finals of the F.A.I. Cup.This time the name of the Cork sports reporter who conveyed the news on R.T.E. that Mickey Funston had given the Donegal side the lead escaped me but his tone suggested that he too might have been the victim of a break-in such was his mournful approach to delivering the news.I didn’t hear him on again but, no doubt, there was a bit more joy when the Munster League side drew level with thirteen minutes remaining, resulting in tonight’s scheduled replay at Finn Park.As Ollie Horgan stressed, Harps have still a lot of work to do to reach that semi-final but that draw in Cork might have been for the best given that it will mean some much required gate receipts even if the two sides are up against, not just one another, but the rival attraction of Manchester City and Bayern Munich on the T.V.The die-hard Harps followers will certainly be there and hopefully the fringe fans might also come along in their hundreds as Harps bid to hit the last four.Incidentally, what with all the green and gold fluttering about the place, it was nice to see the Bank of Ireland on Letterkenny’s Main Street lend their backing to the Harps cause with a large cluster of blue and white balloons framing the front entrance this week…!UNITED IN SPORTThe Sky Sports cameras will have caught an element of true sporting unity in Letterkenny last week.Former South African rugby captain, John Smit, was being interviewed along with a couple of the Wallace brothers, on the balcony of the clubrooms at The Glebe shared by both Letterkenny Rugby Club and Letterkenny Gaels, discussing the fund-raising Rugby Legends cycle which ended in Malin and, no doubt, his eye will have been diverted to the activity on the pitches below.In one corner, the local rugby lads were being put through their paces; further up the field, an even younger set of hurlers were competing in a mini-game; and at the same time on the Gaels pitch, the footballers were parading their skills.As was pointed out more than once on the evening, you don’t get that sort of scene everywhere – rugby and the G.A.A. operating in tandem and doing so with none of the bitterness that might have greeted such a scenario away back in the distant dark days of the ban and all that entailed.Smit, who holds the most international caps for his country at 111, may not have appreciated the relevance of it but his Irish rugby colleagues will certainly have.That SKY Sports coverage will, so I’m told, be broadcast during the forthcoming November internationals and credit to all who took part in the charity cycle including a healthy batch of locals.TENNIS REFERENDUMIf I had a vote in tomorrow’s Scottish Referendum, it would certainly go to the ‘yes’ camp.Yeah, says you, important political move… independence…. going it alone…break off from the mothership.Well, no, it would just be to see how Sue Barker and the rest of them at the B.B.C. would be able to cover Andy Murray at Wimbledon without mentioning the “great British hope’ in every second sentence.FINAL THOUGHTSA warning this week from the I.S.P.C.A. on the painting of animals with the Donegal colours ahead of Sunday’s Big Final.Painting sheep doesn’t have to be ba-baric!A bit too late as I’ve already slapped a couple of dabs of green on the old goldfish.Meanwhile, if the residents of Bonagee in Letterkenny could just sound a foghorn or some other noisy instrument every so often during the game on Sunday it might, just might, prevent a certain local man from falling asleep as he did for the entire duration of the semi-final clash against the Dubs. No names mentioned, of course, but he’ll be scratching his beard wondering how this one got in.And finally, the best of luck – though luck alone won’t do it – to both the Minors and Seniors in their respective Finals against the Kingdom.Get those bonfires ready but don’t set a match to them just yet.WALSHY ON WEDNESDAY – THE DONEGAL DAILY SPORTS COLUMN was last modified: September 17th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:donegalPaddy WalshSportWalshy on Wednesday
South Korea’s K.J. Choi won the Chrysler Classic of Greensboro on Sunday at Greensboro, N.C. for his third PGA Tour victory, closing with a 6-under 66 for a two-shot victory over Shigeki Maruyama. It is Choi’s first PGA Tour victory since 2002, when he won two tournaments during a breakthrough season. He finished with a 22-under 266 total, one stroke short of Jesper Parnevik’s tournament record from 1999. Montgomerie closed with a 1-under 71 on the Old Course for a 9-under 279 total on a cold, blustery day. England’s Kenneth Ferrie (77) was second. Gove wins Nationwide event: Jeff Gove won the Nationwide Tour’s Oregon Classic at Eugene, Ore., when steady morning rain forced tournament officials to cancel the fourth round. Gove had rounds of 66, 68 and 67 for a 15-under-par total and three-stroke advantage over Jamie Broce, Kris Cox, Tim Wilkinson and Esteban Toledo on the Shadow Hills course. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 Choi earned $900,000. Irwin wins: Hale Irwin won for the fourth time this year to push his Champions Tour-record victory total to 44, capping a back-nine run with an eagle in a two-stroke victory over Tom Jenkins and Bob Gilder in the SAS Championship at Cary, N.C. The 60-year-old Irwin played the back nine in 6-under 31 for a 6-under 66 and a 13- under 203 total on the Prestonwood Country Club course. He birdied Nos. 10, 12, 13 and 15 and reached 13 under with a 25-foot eagle putt from the collar on the par-5 17th. Gilder closed with a 71, and Jenkins shot a 70. Montgomerie gets late victory: Colin Montgomerie birdied the final hole to win the Dunhill Links Championship at St. Andrews, Scotland, by a stroke, rallying from a five-shot deficit for his first victory in his home country since 1999. Maruyama shot a 67. First-round leader Charles Warren, who tied the Forest Oaks Country Club record of 62 before faltering a bit over the past two days, rebounded with a 65 to tie former UCLA standout Brandt Jobe (67) and Jason Bohn (70) for third.