The Bearkats (10-4, 2-0 SLC) extended their win streak to six matches, opening the league slate with home victories over McNeese (1-15, 0-2) and Lamar (3-10, 0-2) this week. Sam Houston hits the road for a contest Thursday at 7 p.m. CT against Incarnate Word (3-9, 1-1). FRISCO, Texas – Sam Houston State’s Taylor Cunningham sweeps the Southland Volleyball Players of the Week honors, the league announced Monday. All weekly awards are presented by MidSouth Bank. Defensive Honorable Mention: Brooke Wood, Northwestern State; Anyia Williams, Stephen F. Austin; Madelynn Miller, Incarnate Word; Kaylee Payne, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. Offensive and Defensive Player of the Week: Taylor Cunningham – Sr. – Middle Blocker – Huntsville, TexasCunningham continues doing it all for the Bearkats. The five-foot, 11-inch middle blocker committed just three errors on 67 swings (.463 attack percentage) and averaged 4.86 kills per set between the two matches for the week, while also adding 1.29 blocks and 3.00 digs per set. She went for 21 kills with just two errors on 41 attacks (.463) in a 3-1 win against McNeese, including eight kills in the clinching fourth set. Cunningham also added 16 digs for a double-double and posted three blocks. Two days later, she slammed home 13 more scores with just one misfire on 26 swings (.462) against Lamar, adding five more digs and six blocks. Entering this week needing just seven more kills to reach 1,000 for her career, she ranks fourth in the Southland in hitting percentage (.324) and leads in kills per set (3.54) for overall matches. The Sam Houston hometown product also ranks fifth in blocks per set (1.09) and is 13th in digs (3.17). Offensive Honorable Mention: Madison Green, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi; Katelyn Mueller, Abilene Christian; Julia Monday, Incarnate Word; Haley Coleman, Stephen F. Austin. The Huntsville, Texas, product accomplishes a rarity, claiming both the offensive and defensive weekly accolades. Southland weekly award winners are nominated and voted upon by each school’s sports information director. Voting for one’s own athlete is not permitted. To earn honorable mention, a student-athlete must appear on 25 percent of ballots.
3 2 SCOTT STEVENS TO RECEIVE WOOLF AWARD MAY 19 2 $336,242 Money Won Rafael Bejarano36 $246,326 44% 60% $149,939 Jerry Hollendorfer15 23% 0 67% 9 38% Flavien Prat26 23% 65% $384,362 0 8 $335,961 Victor Espinoza13 7 $159,882 Martin Garcia14 22% $213,487 8 9 $87,079 $256,053 $341,262 5 3 11% 2 6 1 Money Won Drayden Van Dyke30 2 George Papaprodromou8 5 11% Philip D’Amato12 5 Doug O’Neill20 6 BAFFERT TRIO POPULAR WITH LOCAL HORSEMEN FOR DERBYWith four of the last seven winners of the Kentucky Derby headquartered at Santa Anita, a random sampling of horsemen at The Great Race Place this morning indicated there was no shortage of support for the locally-based Bob Baffert trainees Game Winner, Improbable and Roadster for tomorrow’s Run for the Roses, expected to be run on an off track.The 145th running of the first jewel in the Triple Crown lost some luster with the defection of pre-race favorite Omaha Beach, also stabled at Santa Anita, but in his absence, most trainers stayed with Baffert’s home boys. A victory by one would give the two-time Triple Crown king his sixth Derby triumph, tying him with H.A. (Jimmy) Jones for most wins by a trainer.Trainers’ comments from A to Z follow:Paul Aguirre: “Roadster and Game Winner.”Rafael Beccera: “I have to look at the PP’s.”Vann Belvoir: “I love the way Improbable worked the other day.”David Bernstein: “I was an Omaha Beach fan, but now I’m going with the Bafferts.”Jeff Bonde: “It’s wide open. I think Game Winner’s got a big chance but he’ll have to overcome the mud.”Jack Carava: “Game Winner. He’s well-seasoned and will probably like the track.”Matt Chew: Maximum Security.”Vladimir Cerin: “Improbable.”Phil D’Amato: “Baffert.”Keith Desormeaux: “Tacitus. He had a rough trip in the Wood and it ought to set him up good. He got beat up and kept coming.”Craig Dollase: “Baffert’s lookin’ good.”Carla Gaines: “I’ve gotta go with Game Winner.”Paddy Gallagher: “Bob Baffert.”Victor Garcia: “Tough call.”Mark Glatt: “Maximum Security.”Dean Greenman: “Game Winner and Spinoff.”Dan Hendricks: “Tacitus.”Steve Knapp: “Roadster.”Eric Kruljac: “Maximum Security and Game Winner.”Ian Kruljac: “Baffert first, second and third.”Andrew Lerner: “Maximum Security.”Craig Lewis: Baffert’s are all good, but if I had to take one, I’d take Game Winner.”Alfredo Marquez: “Roadster.”Ron McAnally: “Baffert’s got to win it again with one of them.”Michael McCarthy: “I like all my people–(Todd) Pletcher, (George) Weaver and John Velazquez. That’s who my heart says, but my head says Game Winner and Roadster.”Derek Meredith: “Roadster, especially if it’s muddy.”Hector Palma: “Game Winner. It’s too bad what happened to Mandella (Richard, trainer of Omaha Beach).”George Papaprodromou: “Improbable.”Dean Pederson: “I’ve been on Game Winner since Dal Mar; no sense changing now.”Jorge Periban: “Roadster.”Marcelo Polanco: “Roadster.”Mike Puype: “Improbable has a win over the track and likes the mud (the forecast calls for 100 percent chance of rain in Louisville on Saturday).”Doug O’Neill: “By My Standards. He’s a Goldencents baby.”Tom Proctor: “Game Winner.”Javier Jose Sierra: “Baffert.”Gary Sherlock: “Bob Baffert. I just don’t know which one, although I like Improbable. He takes the blinkers off and there’s not a whole lot of speed in the race.”Gary Stute: “Game Winner. I liked him before Omaha Beach scratched.”Eddie Truman: “Game Winner: He’s tough. He’s definitely an exacta horse.”Tim Yakteen: “Game Winner.”Howard Zucker: “Game Winner.”Fans can participate in the biggest Derby party west of Kentucky tomorrow at Santa Anita. Live racing, music, food trucks and hat contests will be the order of the day.Admission gates open early at 7:30 a.m.THREE-TIME DERBY WINNER ESPINOZA VIEWS IT FROM AFARA year ago at this time, Victor Espinoza was poised to ride Bolt d’Oro in quest of hisfourth Kentucky Derby victory, in what would prove to be a fruitless journey.Little would he or anyone else know that two months later he would suffer injuries in atraining mishap that would threaten not only his career but his mobility for the rest of his life.After an arduous seven-month rehabilitation ordeal, in what could be termed a medicalmiracle, the 46-year-old Hall of Fame member who piloted American Pharoah to a Triple Crown sweep in 2015 is back doing what he loves, riding and winning races.No Kentucky Derby mount this year for Espinoza, who won it on War Emblem in 2002 and California Chrome in 2014 before making history with American Pharoah.Tomorrow, he’ll watch the Derby from the jocks’ room at Santa Anita, and after havingobserved Santa Anita-based Game Winner, Improbable and Roadster from an unfamiliar perspective–good old terra firma–he does have an opinion on the race.“I’ve been watching all of them,” Espinoza said, “and the most important thing to me was their last work before the Derby. The one that had been most impressive was Omaha Beach, but I liked Game Winner’s work, too.”If he had a choice, which would he ride? “It would have been between those two,” hesaid, “although I wouldn’t discount some of the horses from back east.”Espinoza and his agent, Brian Beach, designed a strategic and diligent program for hiscomeback, which to date has been a well-defined success, with four victories from 13 mounts during the spring portion of the meet that began April 12.But relatively speaking, Espinoza sees the glass as half empty.“I feel great, and so far, so good,” he said, “but I want to win more races. That’s what I’m here for–to win. I came back to win, do the best I can and find the next champion.”SCOTT STEVENS TO RECEIVE WOOLF AWARD ON MAY 19In what will surely be an intensely emotional moment, veteran jockey Scott Stevens will be presented with the 2019 George Woolf Memorial Jockey Award in a Winner’s Circle ceremony at Santa Anita on Sunday, May 19.A winner of more than 4,800 races in a career that has spanned 43 years, Stevens will be joined on May 19 by family, friends and colleagues, including the 1996 Woolf Award winner, retired Hall of Famer Gary Stevens, as the pair thus become the first brotherly tandem to win the prestigious award in its 70-year history.The winner via a vote of jockeys nationwide, Stevens placed first among a list of five finalists that included Joe Bravo, Kerwin Clark, John Davila, Jr. and Julien Leparoux.“I know I was there when Gary won, but honestly, it’s been so long ago, I don’t remember,” said Stevens from his base at Turf Paradise in Phoenix. “This award is so special and I was honored just to be nominated. When you think about all the great riders and people who have won it and to be selected by a vote of your peers . . . It’s more than I can describe.”Born Oct. 6, 1960 in Caldwell, Idaho, Stevens is the son of a former trainer, Ron, and rodeo queen, Barbara. Steeped in the ways of the horse-world from infancy, Stevens, who has more than 32,400 career mounts, broke his maiden on May 30, 1976 at Les Bois Park in Boise, at the age of 15.A member of both the Idaho and Canterbury Park (MN) Halls of Fame, Stevens has been a helpful, guiding influence to scores of young jockeys for decades.A nine-time leading rider at Turf Paradise, Stevens, who resides in Phoenix with his longtime partner Pam Isles, has two grown children, a daughter Jessica and a son, Jake, as well as five grandchildren, four of whom will join him on May 19.Named for the legendary Hall of Fame jockey George Woolf, who died at age 35 following a spill on Santa Anita’s Club House turn on Jan. 3, 1946, the Woolf Award can only be won once, and it is intended to recognize those riders whose careers and personal character earn esteem for the individual and the sport of Thoroughbred horse racing.The Woolf trophy is a replica of the life-size statue of George Woolf which adorns Santa Anita’s Paddock Gardens Area.ARROYO BACK RIDING WITH YOUTHFUL ENTHUSIASMNorberto Arroyo Jr. is back doing what he loves best–riding horses–after recovering from a broken right ankle in a mishap at Del Mar last November.“I had three surgeries,” he said. “They put in screws the first time, took them out, put them in again and left a piece of the screw in so I had to have a third surgery but I’m good now and doing better than ever.”The native of Puerto Rico is represented by his brother, agent Mike Ciani.“I’m 40 but I feel like I’m 20,” said the upbeat Norberto. “Age is just a number.”LATEST CONTENT FROM XBTV:Game Winner galloped at Churchill Downs (Baffert) 5-03-19Improbable galloped at Churchill Downs (Baffert) 5-03-19Roadster galloped at Churchill Downs (Baffert) 5-03-19Bob Baffert discusses his Oaks and Derby contenders. 5-03-19Owner and Breeder Arthur Hancock talks about Roadster ahead of Kentucky Derby 5-03-19Exercise Rider Humberto Gomez latest update on Roadster, Game Winner, & Improbable have trained leading up to the Kentucky Derby. 5-03-19Bob Baffert Q & A ahead of the Kentucky Derby 5-01-19Desert Oasis (Outside) in company with Kodiak West work 4 furlongs (Drysdale) 5-01-19One Bad Boy (Outside) in company with Two Thirty Five work 5 furlongs (Baltas) 5-01-19Polity works 5 furlongs (Hofmans) 5-01-19Raneem works 5 furlongs (Baffert) 5-01-19 FINISH LINES: Trainer Michael McCarthy has Frank E. Kilroe Mile winner Ohio on course for the Grade I Shoemaker Mile on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27. The Shoemaker is a Breeders’ Cup “Win and You’re In” event, awarding the winner a fees-paid berth to the Breeders’ Cup Mile on Nov.2 . . . Trainer John Shirreffs is considering either the Grade II Santa Maria Stakes at Santa Anita on June 1 or the Grade I Ogden Phipps at Belmont Park June 8 for romping Santa Margarita winner Paradise Woods . . . Trainer Richard Baltas has horses entered in seven of the 11 races at Santa Anita on Saturday . . . Gray horses captured the first three races last Sunday: Violette Szabo for Phil D’Amato under Drayden Van Dyke in the first; 10-year-old war horse Mucho Besos for Javier Jose Sierra under Agapito Delgadillo in the second; and Jimmy the Juice for Reed Saldana with Ruben Fuentes up in the third, the Pick 3 returning $26.85 . . . Barry Meadow, author of The Skeptical Handicapper,” and Horseplayer Jeff Munson, will be Tom Quigley‘s guests 10:50 a.m. Saturday and 11:50 a.m. Sunday, respectively, in the XBTV studios . . . Santa Anita sponsors the annual pancake breakfast hosted by the Arcadia Firefighters tomorrow at Station 106 near Westfield at Santa Anita from 7 a.m. to 12 noon. Tickets are $7 at the door. 47% 1 1 44% Joseph Talamo26 4 3 JockeyMts 15% Richard Baltas18 61% ITM% Win% 1 4 $196,348 Tiago Pereira35 6 4 1 31% 64% 31% 4 4 $194,215 30% $63,540 ARROYO BACK IN THE SADDLE AFTER BROKEN ANKLE 19% 36% Mark Glatt21 50% Heriberto Figueroa19 5 35% 2 5 5 0 3 60% 1 1 $173,364 $110,395 2nd Geovanni Franco13 7 6 20% 1st 1st TrainerMts 60% 1 4 1 63% 54% $64,269 2 3rd 16% $100,448 15% 46% 16% 26% 6 74% 1 22% Win% $164,967 2 52% 2nd Mario Gutierrez18 4 3 0 3rd John Sadler18 Brice Blanc9 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS 2 33% 6 14% 3 4 ITM% $122,924 67% 4 1 7 0 33% 14% $336,362 5 17% Edwin Maldonado19 Kent Desormeaux13 Aaron Gryder28 HORSEMEN FAVOR HOME TEAM IN KENTUCKY DERBY (Current Through Sunday, April 28) 4 VICTOR ESPINOZA STILL HAS HEART OF A CHAMPION 6 31% Ruben Fuentes36 7 $120,447 6 3 46% 2 $426,177 3 51%
Bruno FernandesSporting Lisbon’s star man was chased by Spurs and Manchester United all summer with Real Madrid and Liverpool also keeping tabs.And Tottenham even had a £40million bid turned down by the Portuguese champions because of Champions League and Premier League clauses they included.Riccardo SottilThe Fiorentina winger made his Italy Under-21 debut earlier this month having moved into the Tuscan side’s first-team.And Spurs reportedly sent scouts to watch the Serie A star play against Atalanta on Sunday night. But they would have left disappointed given the 20-year-old remained on the bench throughout the 2-2 draw.Dael FryMiddlesbrough’s bright young defender, 22, is a target for Spurs, Man City and Everton and the North Londoners could move in January to shore up their leaky defence.Fry recently reacted to speculation linking him with a move, saying: “If I want to play in the Premier League I want it to be with Middlesbrough.“This season, I’ll give 110 per cent but obviously if not who knows what’s going to happen.”77 Paulo Dybala is a target for SpursCredit: Getty Images – Getty7 Real Madrid would let Isco go if they got a £72m offerCredit: Getty – Contributor7 Bruno Fernandes was a target for Man Utd but Spurs could swoop in JanuaryCredit: Getty – Contributor7 Tottenham sent scouts to watch Riccardo Sottil on SundayCredit: Getty Images – Getty7 Dael Fry is a target for several Premier League clubsCredit: PA:Empics SportTwitter slates ‘plastic’ Southampton fan for filming fake celebration during derby win over Portsmouth TOTTENHAM have had a very shaky start to the season and it got even worse when they crashed out of the League Cup to League Two minnows Colchester United on Tuesday.The North Londoners sit seventh in the Premier League and have failed to win four of their six games so far.7 Mauricio Pochettino refused to slam his players for their Colchester performance but could dip into the transfer market to improve his squad in JanuaryCredit: ReutersTheir stats so far also include an embarrassing home defeat to relegation candidates Newcastle and a 2-1 defeat at Leicester last time out.But after Mauricio Pochettino refused to slam his current players after their Colchester defeat, here are five new recruits the Argentine could bring in in January to save Tottenham’s slide.Paulo DybalaSpurs lined up a £65million bid for the Juventus forward on deadline day but it fell through at the last minute when the Italian champs pulled the plug.The attacking midfielder could be a perfect replacement for Christian Eriksen, who wanted a new challenge in the summer and has started the season in indifferent form.IscoThe Spanish midfielder is surplus to requirements at Real Madrid and was made available by the Spanish giants for £72m earlier in the summer.Los Blancos still need to offload some big stars having signed Eden Hazard, and are still courting Manchester United’s Paul Pogba.
SPURS star Jan Vertonghen has spoken of his shock after armed raiders terrorised his family while he was on Champions League duty in Germany.Wife Sophie and their two children were at the £3million home when four men with machetes and knives burst in.5 Spurs’ Jan Vertonghen told the Sun of his shock after his wife and children were threatened with machetesCredit: PA:Empics SportThe masked gang fled with electrical goods on Tuesday evening.Vertonghen was an unused sub as Spurs crashed out 4-0 on aggregate to RB Leipzig.The Belgian defender, 32, told The Sun of the raid: “I’m OK. Obviously it’s a big shock for everyone.“The family are in shock but OK. It is what it is.”5 Jan’s wife Sophie and their two children were threatened with machetes during the raid on their £3million North London home5 Vertonghen was an unused sub for Tottennham’s Champions League clash against RB LeipzigCredit: Rex FeaturesAsked what was stolen, he said: “I’m sorry I can’t tell you. We want to keep it as private as we can.”It is believed Sophie complied with the robbers’ demands before they fled.The family’s four-storey home is in a quiet part of North London.A police investigation is under way but no arrests have been made yet.5 The Belgian defender, 32, said: ‘The family are in shock but OK’5 Neither Jan’s wife Sophie nor his children were injured in the raidA next-door neighbour said they had been informed of the raid.The woman, who did not wish to be named, added: “They are quite private.“I don’t think they’d want me talking.”most read in footballTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50’ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’ExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticA Met Police spokesman confirmed: “Police were called to a residential address on March 10 to report a burglary.“It was reported four men wearing balaclavas, armed with knives, had forced entry and stolen a number of items before leaving.“Nobody was injured. There have been no arrests made and our inquiries continue.”Jan Vertonghen parties with stunning Wag at Stormzy gig as fans stop to chant Tottenham star’s name GOT a news story? RING us on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
Faletau was hurt in Bath’s European Champions Cup defeat to Toulon, prompting concern for club and country with the Six Nations just eight weeks away.The back-row missed a chunk of last season and the start of the 2017 Six Nations due to knee ligament injuries.”I hope it’s not the same knee as he injured last season, but it doesn’t look good,” Blackadder was quoted as saying by the BBC.”It looked like there was a ruck, he came in from the side and Toby tweaked his medial [ligaments].”At the very least, Faletau appears likely to miss Bath’s reverse fixture against Toulon next weekend.What. A. GameShall we do it all again next week?! pic.twitter.com/wldVzyojKH— Champions Cup (@ChampionsCup) December 9, 2017Wales will be hoping Faletau can make a speedy recovery, particularly after fellow back-row forward Sam Warburton was ruled out of the Six Nations earlier this week. Photo Getty Images. Caption: Bath and Wales forward Toby Faletau
20 teams are expected to take part in the singles, doubles and mixed doubles categories.The championships will be held at the Sports Inn.Madang is the defending champion.The championships will run up until September 16th.Prize money for the championships is yet to be confirmed.
Discreet performance of the base, with eight pointsWilly also lost with eight points and seven rebounds Photo: Reuters The return of the Spanish base Ricky Rubio after overcoming his ankle discomfort has not prevented a new defeat of Phoenix Suns in his visit to Brooklyn Nets (119-97), while the Hornets of Willy Hernangómez have not been able to stand up in their feud before Orlando Magic (100-112). The Suns continue their bad streak and fit their third consecutive setback to keep moving away from the playoff positions in the Western Conference, which already have five wins.Ricky Rubio played less than 19 minutes in his return to action in which he contributed 8 points (2/7 in shots), 3 rebounds and 2 assists. DeandreAyton (25 and 17 rebounds) was the best of some Suns who accused the bad day of their star Devin Booker (3/15 in the basket shot).Despite Kyrie Irving’s absence, the Nets were quite superior, especially in the third quarter, when they broke the game with a 35-21 run. With Caris LeVert (29) as the most outstanding man, the home team lived a placid end of the match to sign up for the victory.On the other hand, Willy Hernangómez played 21 minutes in which he added 8 points, 7 rebounds and 2 assists for some Hornets that continue in free fall and already have 11 defeats in their last 12 commitments, a streak that has sunk them until the twelfth place from the east.Faced with a rival of ‘his’ league like Orlando Magic, Charlotte could not find answers to stop Nikola Vucevic (22), Evan Fournier (17) and Aaron Gordon (16 and 12 rebounds) and added a new disappointment in the Spectrum Center .
The goal was to be for the first leg against Liverpool and this morning Diego Costa is the great novelty of Atlético’s training. The Spanish-Brazilian has returned to training with the group, three months after going through the operating room to have a cervical disc herniation. Costa did the workouts as one more. At the same rhythm. There are 13 days left before Liverpool against the Wanda Metropolitano.Costa’s return to the group today is within the planned deadlines, although in principle he will not have minutes against Granada. Koke also worked with the rest of his teammates. Not so Herrera, who follows a special plan this week in which he will be apart, in the gym, although his presence against Granada is not ruled out. Neither does Arias. Not any of the others injured. Costa continued to perform at normal pace the rest of the exercises arranged by Cholo. Shooting on goal, midfield match in groups … But when Simeone distributed the bibs to try eleven he left the group. He tried the previous day, with Saponjic holder, but also a variant.Because in one of the Cholo events, Koke was still the starter for the game against Granada but on the right wing while Llorente took his place in the center and Saponjic left eleven. The front was formed by Vitolo and Correa. Oblak; Vrsaljko, Savic, Beautiful, Lodi; Koke, Llorente, Thomas, Saul; Correa and Vitolo. Then he returned to work yesterday with Oblak; Vrsaljko, Savic, Beautiful, Lodi; Correa, Koke, Thomas, Saul; Vitolo and Saponjic.Giménez has two days with pharyngotonsillitis. That is the reason why, neither today nor yesterday, could he train. From the club, however, they hope that does not affect the objective set: the Uruguayan can rejoin the group next week.
How he saw his team: “It started very well, the goal came because we deserved it. We had good minutes. The loss of Moncayola affected us. Madrid has been imposed. We have accused the effort very much. Madrid in the physical is a roller. The result is hard watching the game. ”Ramos Entrance: “I didn’t see her, I don’t know anything.” Second part: “It’s hard. It is a team that defends very well. We had our moments. This defeat cannot harm us. ”The Sadar: “We appreciate the support throughout the game. Opposite was a great rival and we could not reciprocate that support. ”
Whereas, Munar has mentioned goodbye to the South American contest after succumbing in two units to Monteiro, which can be cited with the fourth seeded, the Croatian Borna Coric. The Mallorcan, quantity 95 in the world, gave his first service and He didn’t benefit from any of the 4 ‘break’ balls he had in the following sport, a incontrovertible fact that made him lose the partial.Already in the second manga, suffered two breaks that positioned 5-2 down; Though he was in a position to reply to the second with a ‘counterbreak’, he mentioned goodbye to the event after the Brazilian once more broke him in the final sport of the match. Spanish tennis gamers Pablo Andújar Y Jaume Munar they mentioned goodbye in the primary spherical of the event Buenos Aires, class ATP 250 and disputed on clay, after falling to the Norwegian Casper Ruud (6-2, 6-3) and the Brazilian Thiago Monteiro (6-3, 6-3), respectively.The Cuenca was not in a position to break the service of the Scandinavian in the hour and 12 minutes that the competition lasted, in which he didn’t take pleasure in any breaking ball. So, Ruud used two ‘breaks’ to take the primary set and one other to win the second and seal the go to eighths, the place he waits for the winner of the duel among the many Italian Marco Cecchinato and spanish Roberto Carballés.