The All Blacks outscored their hosts three tries to two in Edinburgh on Sunday (NZ time) but were scrappy at times and were given a tough test by a side who are still to beat them in 33 meetings.There was last-ditch hope for Scotland when Stuart Hogg broke free with just seconds remaining but first five-eighth Barrett arrived in cover to push the fullback into touch only a few metres from the line.A try would have sealed at least a draw for the home, which they have only acheived once against the All Blacks, a 0-0 stalemate in 1964.Scotland largely dominated the first half but were unable to capitalise and the teams went into the break locked together at 3-all.New Zealand appeared to be moving away as Codie Taylor and Damian McKenzie scored tries in the opening 10 minutes of the second spell, before Jonny Gray responded for Scotland to close the gap back to five points.A brilliant try from Barrett with 15 minutes to play restored his side’s advantage to 12 but the hosts refused to go away and a Huw Jones try in the dying stages kept things interesting.Scotland almost had a chance at a kick for a historic win when Hogg burst through, only for Barrett’s timely intervention to save All Blacks blushes.Handling errors cost Scotland a real chance of victory but they kept the All Blacks pinned back for good parts of the game, starting with a quick tempo and keeping up the pressure right to the end when the visitors had two players in the sin-bin.
A regular in the inferiors of BrazilThe day before, June 5, had debuted with the first Fluminense teamat the premiere earlier of the history of the entity: against Cruzeiro, in the Copa do Brasil, participating in the play of the second goal. And shortly after, on July 16, he was also the youngest to do so in Brasileirao, 1-1 against Ceará. No wonder Nike joined his roster of players in 2013, with only ten years.2019 ended it with 4 appearances with the staff of the professional and in 2020 it takes another 7, 11 in total. This year he has given three assists in 415 minutes, with an average of one every 138 minutes. In this growth until taking its place with the elders has always been called by the inferiors of Brazil, from where also he is predicted a successful future… CBF / Disclosure ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Miguel Silveira, in a match with Brazil.CBF / Disclosure Miguel Silveira (16 years) still gaining attention not only in Brazil, but beyond your country. Little by little he leaves his insulting youth in an anecdote to go settling in the first Fluminense team and Premier clubs, especially Arsenal Y Tottenham, have knocked on your door. The London derby can be moved from the field to the market and the Gunners have moved fast, watching the boy play live and visiting him to meet him with his family at home.The powerful strategy of Real Madrid in South America has caused the greats of Europe to follow in its wake. This scenario has unleashed a kind of fever to distinguish the best player of each generation: Vinicius it was that of 2000, Rodrygo that of 2001 and Reinier it was uncovered like that of 2002. Now, Miguel is pushing hard to become the one in 2003. Juni Calafat, absolute dominator of the area, must know him already…Miguel, to whom they compare football and even physically with the Coutinho that began to emerge in Vasco da Gama, signed its first professional contract on June 6, 2019. The agreement with Fluminense arrived for the next three years, the maximum allowed by Brazilian regulations in that situation, and his clause already spoke of the evolution that is intuited: 35 million euros.
Camas Mayor Scott Higgins Friday said City Administrator Nina Regor will not be able to return to work from her indefinite medical leave.The city announced Tuesday Regor was on leave and quickly scheduled a Friday meeting to hire Vancouver-based financial consultant Paul Lewis to assist with drafting the city’s budget and other tasks. Higgins named Human Resources Director Jennifer Gorsuch interim city administrator.At Friday’s meeting, Higgins announced Regor would likely not recover from her illness.“We are brokenhearted by this news, and yet I report to you she is at peace,” Higgins told council members. “Things will go on, but this week we are sad … deeply, deeply sad.”The city is not disclosing the exact nature of Regor’s health problem. But for the past two weeks, Higgins said, her condition has deteriorated rapidly and she’s now in the hospital.Higgins, pastor at Hockinson Church of Christ, has also been acting as Regor’s spiritual adviser.News of Regor’s serious illness has come as a shock. Camas hired her at the beginning of the year to succeed Lloyd Halverson, who retired from the city after 23 years.She came to Camas from Cloverdale, Calif., a city of 8,500, where she was city manager. She grew up in Clark County.City Council approved Lewis’ contract at Friday’s special meeting. He’ll be paid an hourly rate of $115 an hour, with a cap of $27,000, through the end of the year for his consulting services.