GCC ease to five-wicket win over GYO

first_imgGeorgetown Cricket Club (GCC) eased to a five-wicket victory over Gandhi Youth Organisation (GYO) yesterday in the Georgetown Cricket Association/New Building Society 40-overs, second-division tournament. Winning the toss at home, GCC inserted the visitors to bat. GYO made a valiant effort under the glorious sunshine to muster 192 in 39.4 overs. In reply, GCC cruised to 193-5 in 36.1 overs.Off-spinner, Winston Forrester made his return to local cricket known, bagging 4-40 for GCC while left-arm spinner, Stephon Wilson and seamer, Bernard Bailey, claimed two wickets each for 35 and 33 runs respectively.Ronaldo Ali Mohamed steered GCC over the line with an unbeaten 32 (Romario Samaroo photo)GYO were off to a good start from their openers with Chris Deonarine racing to 24 from 18 balls. Deonarine’s short-lived knock included three fours and a six but was cut short after he held out to Carlos La Rose off of Bailey. His opening partner, Yeudistir Persaud also found his footing with a painstaking 43-ball 23 but failed to carry on as Wilson scattered his stumps.With Anand Bharrat departing soon after for 18, it was Joshua Ramsammy and Neiland Cadogan who milked the GCC bowlers in a 52-run stand for the fourth wicket. Both batsmen scored 36 runs andBernard Bailey was vital with both bat and ball for GCC (Romario Samaroo photo)that partnership was broken after Cadogan top edged a Forrester delivery to second slip. Cadogan stroked three sixes, two of which ended up in the Rohan Kanhai Stand over long on while Ramsammy was more conservative with a single boundary in his 47-ball innings. Meanwhile, a 17-ball 25 from Michael Deonarine ensured GYO gave their bowlers a score to work with.GCC’s chase was off to a flyer with Jeetendra Sookdeo (37) and Timothy McAlmont (23) sharing in a 69-run opening stand.Sookdeo was fortunate to survive some close calls to hit five fours and one six in his 44-ball knock before holding out to long off. McAlmont and Mavindra Dindyal joined forces to put on 51, but it was leg-spinner, Trevon France who pegged the game back for GYO with two quick wickets, removing McAlmont and Deonarine Seegobin to end with 2-23.Eon Hooper returned to remove Dindyal for 28 and end with 2-26 while Forrester, with bat in hand, hammered a 58-ball 38 before being caught at midwicket off of Joshua Ramsammy.Nevertheless, Ronaldo Ali-Mohamed and Bailey steered their team over the line with unbeaten cameos of 32 and 12 respectively.last_img read more

South Africa suspends all activities for 60 days

first_imgCAPE TOWN, (Reuters) – Cricket South Africa (CSA) yesterday suspended all forms of the game in the country for 60 days after the government banned gatherings larger than 100 people in response to the threat of the coronavirus outbreak. The suspension applies to first-class, limited-overs, semi-professional, junior and amateur cricket, with the country’s domestic 50-over championship at the semi-final stage.“During this time of absolute caution and surveillance, we would like to call upon all our members and affiliates to desist from taking part in any cricket related gatherings and other transversal events that will include the congregation of large numbers of people and/or up to 100 people,” CSA acting chief executive Jacques Faul said.The men’s national side have no fixtures scheduled until a tour of the West Indies in late July. The West Indies board has suspended cricket activities for at least 30 days, it said on Saturday.The start of the Indian Premier League has been moved to April 15 and the final two rounds of New Zealand’s domestic competition have also been cancelled.South Africa had recorded 62 cases of coronavirus by yesterday, most contracted by people travelling outside the country, and no deaths associated with the virus have been reported.last_img read more

TT’s Olympic boxing prospects raring to go

first_imgAfter over three months of restricted indoor training due to the global pandemic, nine of TT’s potential Olympic qualifying boxers resume their full training regime in August. Olympic coach Reynold Cox is eager to proceed with preparations ahead of the rescheduled 2021 Summer Games. The next four weeks will be used to amplify each boxer’s strength and conditioning as they gear up for a long-awaited return to training.The national squad plans to utilise the coming months to fine-tune their skills ahead of the Caribbean Boxing Championships in December. This tourney will be used as a gauge heading into the two Olympic qualifier events, both of which have been tentatively set for early 2021.Originally, the first qualifier was scheduled to punch off in Argentina from March 26 to April 3. But due to the spread of coronavirus, this, among several other Tokyo qualifiers, was unavoidably postponed. “We’ve already restarted some limited training which will run throughout July. There won’t be much in-gym sessions but the athletes would be doing a lot of physical exercises. August will see the resumption of full training in preparation for the Olympic qualifiers.“Firstly, we want to defend our Caribbean titles in December, as this is our major focus. We then shift our attention to the Olympic qualifiers. Most of our Olympic team would be in preparation including the Commonwealth team for next year’s Youth Games in TT,” said Cox on Wednesday.TT’s Olympic hopefuls are Nigel Paul (91+kg), Cam Awesome (91kg US-based), Andrew Fermin (81kg), Aaron Prince (75kg), Tyrone Thomas (69kg), Michael Alexander (64kg), Anthony Joseph (56kg), Tianna Guy (56kg) and Jewel Lambert (48kg US-based). Foreign-based representatives Awesome and Lambert will not be able to resume face-to-face training with Cox unless the border restrictions are lifted. Both athletes are raring to go but must, for now, continue their regime alongside individual trainers in the US.Cox remains in close contact with each of the pair’s respective coaches to ensure the drills and sessions are being completed and managed efficiently.“We have to wait for the borders to reopen for ‘Cam’ and Jewel to return to TT to rejoin the camp. Other than that, I’ll continue to liaise with their coaches to make sure the work is being done. “The postponement of the Olympics has given us enough time to catch up with our preparation.I am more concerned about the time ahead than the time passed. The boxers remain grounded in TT, at least until the end of the year when and if the pandemic slows,” he added.Although affected by the covid19 downtime, Cox was still pleased to have a joint training camp with Cuban boxers and a regional competition (Spanish Invasion) before the pandemic struck. According to him, the team entered March 2020 ready for the then Olympic qualifiers, but was forced to wind down preparations due to the novel virus. Cox remains hopeful such developmental camps and competitions would fall in favour of the TT contingent come 2021.“We had to stop our training as we entered the covid19 period in March.It may have brought a little stumbling block for us. But if we can have another camp or bring in more boxers next year, that would serve as a good platform for us to see where we’re at and how we’ve been progressing,” he concluded. (Trinidad Newsday)last_img read more

Markakis gets surgery for broken hamate bone in wrist

first_imgAlready struggling to generate enough offense in the midst of a five-game losing streak, the Orioles will now be without right fielder Nick Markakis for at least the next few weeks.The outfielder has a broken hamate bone in his right wrist and will undergo surgery to have it removed by hand specialist Dr. Brian Schofield on Friday morning. Markakis is expected to miss three to four weeks, leaving another hole in a lineup struggling to score runs as the Orioles have lost eight of their last 10 games.Markakis reportedly suffered the injury sliding over a week ago before fracturing the bone completely on a swing in his final at-bat of Tuesday night’s loss in Toronto. An initial x-ray did not detect the hamate fracture on Wednesday, which is common given the size of the bones in the wrist.Hamate bone fractures are a fairly common injury among baseball players as Ken Griffey Jr., Jim Thome, Dustin Pedroia, and Pablo Sandoval suffered similar injuries in their careers. However, the Orioles’ timetable for Markakis’ return may be optimistic as Sports Illustrated injury expert Will Carroll tells WNST.net the recovery time for hamate bone surgery is typically six to eight weeks. When fractured, the bone is typically removed as it is not necessary to the functions of the wrist.With Thursday’s off day, the Orioles will not make a roster move until Friday and will call up an outfielder from Triple-A Norfolk, with Xavier Avery, Lew Ford, Bill Hall, and Jai Miller all candidates for a promotion. Avery was optioned to the minor leagues earlier this week but would be able to be recalled ahead of the 10-day rule since he would be replacing an injured player.Markakis is hitting .263 with eight home runs and 26 runs batted in in 50 games this season and will be placed on the 15-day disabled list for the first time in his seven-year career.last_img read more

Reed sounds off on replacement officials and Thursday games

first_imgAfter one of the most controversial calls in NFL history occurred on the final play of Monday night’s game between the Packers and the Seahawks, it’s no surprise there were strong reactions from many within the Ravens locker room on Tuesday.Many players elected to speak off the record, but safety Ed Reed has never been one to shy away from speaking his mind, whether it ruffles feathers or not. The 34-year-old admits he did not stay awake to see the controversial awarding of a touchdown to Seattle on a Hail Mary pass from Russell Wilson to Golden Tate despite the fact that Green Bay defensive back M.D. Jennings appeared to have secured an interception on the final play of the game.However, Reed saw the replay Tuesday morning and echoed sentiments shared by teammates Joe Flacco and Ray Lewis, who have questioned the overall integrity of the game with replacement officials being placed in charge during preseason games and the first three weeks of the regular season.“We all saw that guy had the ball,” Reed said. “They should have called pass interference first on Tate. But that’s what’s been going on with these refs. It’s like Joe said, there’s an integrity part about the game that they expect the players to uphold. Protect the shield like they always tell us, but they don’t protect the shield when it comes to the owners and everybody else getting money. It’s not for the refs, it’s not for the players. When I went through my thing in the offseason, everybody coming at my head, but I speak the truth.”Reed spoke publicly several times during the offseason about players receiving poor treatment, though it was never clearly expressed whether his issues were with the Ravens organization specifically or the NFL in general. Of course, the veteran also hinted strongly about his desire for a new long-term contract and his wish to be treated fairly.With the Ravens set to host the Cleveland Browns on Thursday night, they experience a quick turnaround after playing a Sunday night game. Many players around the league have shared disdain for Thursday games, and Reed pointed out what he feels to be the real motivation behind the weekly game televised on the NFL Network.“I never liked the Thursday night games, even when they came out,” Reed said. “It’s all about money. Like I said, it’s out of our hands.”With commissioner Roger Goodell and the league publicly promoting player safety over the last few years, the initiative to stage a Thursday night game every week this season — Thursday contests didn’t begin until November in past years — can easily be interpreted as hypocritical in the players’ eyes.Balancing act or not?A week after drawing the ire of fans and media alike for a perceived failure to involve Pro Bowl running back Ray Rice enough in the offense in a loss at Philadelphia, offensive coordinator Cam Cameron has received praise for the improved balance he found between the pass and the run in the Ravens’ 31-30 win over the New England Patriots.Of the 65 plays the Baltimore offense ran, Rice received 20 carries on his way to a 101-yard rushing day while quarterback Joe Flacco threw for 382 yards on 39 pass attempts. The establishment of Rice on the ground helped create room down the field as New England’s safeties had to inch closer to the line of scrimmage in run support.Many assume this is the balance the Ravens are after ever week, but Cameron took an interesting stance on the assumption for what his offense needs to do to be successful.“We’re always wanting to be as balanced as we can be, but it’s not going to be the same every week,” Cameron said. “I think we know that. Balance isn’t as big of a priority for us as it is for everybody else. It’s about attacking the defense we’re playing. We may throw it every down some game. If we think that’s what we need to do to win the game, that’s what we’re going to do.”Through three games, Rice has 46 carries, which is actually five more than he had through Week 3 of last season. The two-time Pro Bowl back finished with a career-high 1,364 rushing yards and led the NFL in yards from scrimmage with 2,068.After the organization awarded Rice with a five-year, $40 million contract that includes $24 million guaranteed, it’s apparent Cameron and the Ravens are committed to protecting their investment for the long term and will not wear blinders to that notion every week.“If we as a staff gave Ray Rice the ball as much as everybody wants us to, he would wind up like the rest of the backs in this league,” Cameron said. “We’re not going to let that happen. I think there’s a sweet spot on how much you can use a three-down back in this business over a 20-game-plus season. We think we’ve found that sweet spot for him.“It will vary a little bit from week to week, but you can’t find many backs in this league that can last 16, 20 games, much less [for] five seasons. So, I think we’ve got a good feel for what is best for him and what is best for us.”If history is any indication, Rice should expect to receive plenty of opportunities against the Browns Thursday night as they’re tied for 22nd against the run. In two games against Cleveland last season, Rice carried 52 times for 291 yards.When the teams met in Cleveland last season, Rice rushed for a career-high 204 yards as Baltimore set a franchise record for rushing attempts in the 24-10 victory.But that doesn’t mean the Ravens will use a similar game plan, according to the offensive coordinator.“We ran it 55 times last year against Cleveland, because that’s what we needed to do,” Cameron said. “Balance is, I think, something we’ll look at at the end of the year. We want to be balanced over the course of time, but every given week, in all likelihood, we’re not going to be balanced.”Injury report BALTIMORELIMITED PARTICIPATION: LB Brendon Ayanbadejo (knee), T Jah Reid (calf), CB Lardarius Webb (knee)CLEVELANDDID NOT PARTICIPATE: WR Mohamed Massaquoi (hamstring), TE Alex Smith (head)LIMITED PARTICIPATION: DB Sheldon Brown (chest), WR Joshua Cribbs (knee), LB James-Michael Johnson (ribs/oblique), DB Ray Ventrone (hand)FULL PARTICIPATION: OL Jason Pinkston (ankle), DL Frostee Rucker (wrist), RB Trent Richardson (knee), LS Christian Yount (shoulder)last_img read more

NFL to release 2015 schedule on Tuesday night

first_imgThe wait is just about over.The NFL announced it will release the 2015 regular-season schedule on 8 p.m. Tuesday night, which gives teams and their fans better framework to prepare for another season. Coming off their sixth trip to the postseason in seven seasons under head coach John Harbaugh, the Ravens are once again anticipating being scheduled for a few marquee prime-time matchups.Baltimore’s preseason schedule was announced earlier this month, but the Ravens will learn when they will play each of their opponents that were determined at the end of the 2014 season. In addition to their normal games against the rest of the AFC North, the Ravens will face the AFC West and the NFC West in addition to Jacksonville and Miami, who both finished third in their respective divisions like the Ravens.Facing so many teams on the West Coast has sparked a unique scheduling request by the Ravens as they have asked the NFL to slot road games against San Francisco and Oakland in consecutive weeks. This would allow the team to remain in the Bay Area in the week between games and cut down on the toll of an additional cross-country trip.Below are the Ravens’ opponents for the 2015 season:HOME GAMES: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Kansas City, San Diego, Seattle, St. Louis, JacksonvilleAWAY GAMES: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Denver, Oakland, San Francisco, Arizona, Miamilast_img read more

JennStrong2 update: A Merry Christmas Miracle from The Hotel

first_imgYes, the most beautiful girl in the world is back at The Hotel – just in time for Christmas.Sometimes you make a holiday wish and it really does comes true!When she received a life-saving lymphocyte infusion on Nov. 19th, it was designed to do this – put her back into the hospital sometime between Day 30 and Day 60 post transfusion to experience GVHD (graft vs. host disease).Now, we await the “natural chemotherapy” to take over and identify and attack her leukemia. The past month has been very difficult at home. She has rarely left bed over the past three weeks as this complex beast has taken over her body. As her blood counts rose and improved, her energy fell. As her bone marrow got stronger, so did the disease in attacking her.It’s a helluva thing to witness – all of this. Jenn is very thin, very frail, and very uncomfortable. A friend asked me yesterday how she’s doing and all I’ve got for you is this: she truly hasn’t had a “good day” since August.She spent 47 days at the hospital the first time. Then, four more after the cheesecake incident. Then, two more after the post-Thanksgiving pumpkin roll. We also did an all-nighter in the ER at Johns Hopkins (a.k.a. “hell”) on a Ravens game day morning.Tonight, on Christmas Eve while her family gathers in New Hampshire for their traditional Polish kielbasa meal, Jenn will be spending her 112th night at Johns Hopkins in the cancer ward since March 2014.As my mom has said: “She’s been through it…”But it’s not over and we really don’t know where the end of this journey is leading or where the graft vs. host reaction will lead us in the coming weeks. I outlined the potential side effects here on Thanksgiving in my previous update about Jenn.The doctors are using steroids to combat and control the GVHD. They’re also doing various things to keep her more comfortable and monitor her diabetes at the hospital. We expected a sunburn-ish rash but that hasn’t happened. Instead, it’s been high liver numbers and various cramping and all-over discomfort.While she battles and heals, we’d love to remind you of some ways that you can help us help others in the fight.There are two things you can do to help us during your holiday meals and visits.Please encourage all of the healthy young people at your holiday meal to get on the bone marrow registry at deletebloodcancer.org or via www.ThereGoesMyHero.org. Tell them our story! This is how Jenn’s life was saved. We’re paying it forward by trying to get you to help us save more lives in the future. Be a hero!And if you’re still shopping after Christmas, please use our giveaspit.com app for your online purchases. This helps our partner at There Goes My Hero, who help local folks in the leukemia fight.Please keep them in your thoughts as well. We lost a family friend’s daughter on Tuesday to leukemia. She was diagnosed 12 days ago and now she’s gone. It was so sudden, so incredibly sad and awful – simply beyond words.She was 16. She was full of life. She loved sports. She was the niece of one of my incredible Dundalk High Class of 1985 classmates – a guy named Frank Vanik, who battled multiple sclerosis for three decades with such grace, dignity and “life” that it takes my breathe away.I wanted to share this video of Michael Vick being kind to my pal Frank Vanik because it made him very happy toward the end of his journey on earth.And we want to honor Frank’s memory – he was such an incredible pillar of strength and courage for Jenn and I and we think of him often – and his amazing, strong, beautiful family on this holiday as they’re suffering a tragedy at the hands of leukemia.Keep them in your thoughts.We’re sending massive holiday love to all who love us and strength to everyone who is in the fight…Keep the faith!Make someone happy! Eat! Drink! Love! Live!Merry Christmas from us over at The Hotellast_img read more

Ravens-Jaguars: Five predictions for Sunday

first_imgThe Ravens face a familiar opponent in unfamiliar territory on Sunday.Playing Jacksonville for the fourth consecutive season, Baltimore will play its first ever game in London at the famous Wembley Stadium. The Ravens seek their third 3-0 start of the John Harbaugh era while the Jaguars try to rebound from an embarrassing home loss to Tennessee.Of course, poor health continues to be a major part of the story for the Ravens as a staggering 15 players have already been placed on injured reserve — along with practice-squad member Jeremy Langford — and four additional players have already been ruled out for Week 3.It’s time to go on the record as Baltimore seeks its second consecutive win over the Jaguars, who still lead the all-time series with an 11-9 mark that largely stems from the days of the old AFC Central. The Ravens have won nine of the last 12 meetings dating back to the 2000 season.Below are five predictions for Sunday:1. Even without Brandon Williams, Baltimore will hold Leonard Fournette to less than 3.5 yards per carry. The Jaguars rank ninth in the NFL in rushing yards per game while the Ravens defense has been leakier against the run than you’d expect at 4.0 yards per carry allowed. There was plenty of debate in the offseason about whether giving Williams a lucrative deal was the best use of cap resources when you considered the young depth on the defensive line that includes nose tackle Michael Pierce. We’ll find out how that group looks against a rookie running back with exceptional talent.2. Mike Wallace and Allen Hurns will catch touchdown passes for their respective teams. The Baltimore receiver was sure to emphasize that he wants to win more than anything when he talked about wanting the ball more this week, but offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg does need to get the downfield passing game going. Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey is dealing with an ankle injury, which should leave his secondary vulnerable to a big play. Meanwhile, Hurns has been forced to pick up the slack for the injured Allen Robinson, and the Ravens have given up some yards through the air so far.3. The Ravens will finish with under 100 rushing yards in their first full game without Marshal Yanda. Only Denver recorded more carries than the Ravens over the first two weeks of the season and the Jaguars have given up 136.0 yards per game on the ground, but the loss of a six-time Pro Bowl guard will impact any team’s ability in the trenches. Harbaugh has expressed confidence in new right guard Tony Bergstrom, but he struggled last week and will have his hands full with defensive tackle Malik Jackson. It also doesn’t help that starting running back Terrance West is dealing with a calf issue.4. Tony Jefferson will record his first interception for one of two Ravens’ takeaways on the day. It’s incredible to think Baltimore has already surpassed its interception total from the entire 2015 season, but Jefferson is the lone member of the starting secondary not to grab one thus far, which has earned him plenty of ribbing from defensive teammates. The Jaguars will do everything they can to keep the game out of the hands of maligned quarterback Blake Bortles, but he’s thrown 53 interceptions in 48 career games and will be picked off by Jefferson at a critical moment of a low-scoring game.5. Justin Tucker will shine in a grind-it-out 16-13 victory for Baltimore. The Jaguars’ experience playing overseas and the need to adjust to the five-hour time change are legitimate concerns for the Ravens, who were 2-6 on the road last season and haven’t played well away from M&T Bank Stadium for years now. It won’t be a pretty performance, but Tucker will hit a field goal from beyond 50 yards and add two more to put on a good show for the soccer faithful in London. With Pittsburgh and Oakland looming in the next two weeks, the Ravens would very much like to win this one.last_img read more

Wallace eliminates any doubt about status for Cleveland game

first_imgOWINGS MILLS, Md. — Before reporters could even ask him the question in the Ravens locker room on Thursday, wide receiver Mike Wallace made it clear that he expects to play against Cleveland.Absent from two straight workouts with a minor right ankle sprain sustained in the first quarter of last week’s loss to Pittsburgh, Wallace said he will practice Friday and downplayed any possibility of him not being able to play against the Browns. The speedy wideout missed only one series against the Steelers before returning early in the second quarter.“I don’t think anybody’s at 100 percent, but I’ll be at about 99.9,” said Wallace as he laughed. “I’m going to be good; we’re going to be alright. Tape it up and go to work like Kobe [Bryant] at the end of the day. No matter what it’s going to be, we’re going to be out there. Come Sunday when we run out of the tunnel, I’m going to be out there.”Wallace has caught 17 passes for 292 yards and a touchdown in four games since the Week 10 bye.Center Ryan Jensen (ankle), wide receiver Chris Moore (hip), and outside linebacker Za’Darius Smith (shoulder) were upgraded to full participation, leaving the Ravens with very little drama from a health standpoint entering Week 15. Cornerback Maurice Canady (knee) was the only player to practice on a limited basis on Thursday.Meanwhile, the Browns were without three cornerbacks during their Thursday practice as starter Jamar Taylor (foot) and reserves Briean Boddy-Calhoun (knee) and Darius Hillary (knee) sat out. Defensive tackle Danny Shelton (chest/ribs) was a limited participant for the second straight day.Below is Thursday’s full injury report:BALTIMOREDID NOT PARTICIPATE: WR Mike Wallace (ankle)LIMITED PARTICIPATION: CB Maurice Canady (knee)FULL PARTICIPATION: OL Jermaine Eluemunor (shoulder), C Ryan Jensen (ankle), WR Chris Moore (hip), LB Za’Darius Smith (shoulder)CLEVELANDDID NOT PARTICIPATE: CB Briean Boddy-Calhoun (knee), CB Darius Hillary (knee), CB Jamar Taylor (foot)LIMITED PARTICIPATION: RT Shon Coleman (shoulder/thumb), WR Matt Hazel (hamstring), TE David Njoku (foot/wrist), S Jabrill Peppers (knee), DT Danny Shelton (chest/ribs), C JC Tretter (knee)FULL PARTICIPATION: LB Josh Keyes (wrist)last_img read more

La Liga Review: Barcelona Extend Lead With Tough Away Result At Eibar As Valencia…

first_imgSpanish La Liga leaders Barcelona have extended their lead at the top of the table to 10 points after they recorded a hard-earned win at 10-man Eibar in their Matchday 24 clash.Luis Suarez gave the Nou Camp giants a first half lead before Jordi Alba added a second goal with fulltime approaching to calm frayed nerves amidst consistent pressure from the hosts thereby wrapping up the points against 10-man Eibar who had Fabian Orellana sent off in the last quarter of the game.Orellana, who had hit the post in the first half, was given his marching orders after two yellow cards in quick succession.Barcelona have now gone a club record equalling 31 league games without defeat.Atletico Madrid can cut Barcelona’s lead back to 7 points if they beat Athletic Bilbao on Sunday.Valencia have strengthened their bid for top four and UEFA Champions League (UCL) qualification ahead of next season following their 2-1 comeback win at Malaga.Super Eagles forward Brown Ideye shot Malaga into a first half lead for his debut goal for the home side before second half goals from Francis Coquelin (debut goal for Valencia) and Dani Parejo (penalty) overturned the deficit in favour of Los Che.Matchday 24 Results (Saturday)Alaves 1-0 Deportivo La CorunaMalaga 1-2 ValenciaEibar 0-2 BarcelonaLas Palmas 1-2 SevillaStandings (Top 4 via Points):1. Barcelona 622. Atletico Madrid 523. Valencia 464. Real Madrid 42RelatedLa Liga Review: Top Four Teams Secure Wins To Further Strengthen League And UCL Bid March 11, 2018In “Europe”Spanish La Liga Review: Valencia’s Title Bid Suffers Massive Dent At GetafeDecember 4, 2017In “Europe”Spanish La Liga Review: Villareal Stun Madrid As Atletico And Valencia Keep Pressure On Leaders BarcelonaJanuary 14, 2018In “Europe”last_img read more