Photo © Tipp FM & Denis Vahey Photography Tipp player Cáit Devane says she hopes they can give their supporters something to shout about in Semple.Throw-in is at 3 o’clock tomorrow afternoon and Tipp FM will have full live commentary in association with LIT. Tipp’s Camogie players are up against tough opposition in Limerick on Saturday evening.The Treaty side travel to Semple stadium for the first game of a double header – with throw in at 3 o’ clock.The Premier have already lost to Cork in their group, and have yet to play Offaly and Wexford – equally challenging opponents.
The mistake did not escape Shane and he had to post it with a comment and a smiley face.”Nice,” Bieber wrote. “@Topps.”Nice 🙂 @Topps pic.twitter.com/FW8R1Ckzri— Shane Bieber (@ShaneBieber19) August 3, 2019We’re not sure but we think it might be too late to say sorry, Topps. Chris Sale not optimistic umpire will be held accountable for missed calls: There’s nothing MLB is going to do Topps made a mistake many are sure to make in the coming years.Shane Bieber is a pitcher for the Indians. He made the All-Star team this year and has been Cleveland’s best all year long posting a 10-4 record with a 3.40 ERA and 174 strikeouts in 140 1/3 innings pitched. But, you would figure his baseball card would be immune to the jokes because of, you know, editors and stuff.However, Topps’ editor was apparently either feeling really funny or just made a pretty obvious typo and Shane happened to catch it and post it on Twitter on Saturday.Bieber’s card looks normal at first glance, but when one reads the entirety of the background on the card, there is an obvious mistake that’s hard to miss.”Until Bieber did it in 2018, no Indians pitcher in 54 years had logged six or more strikeouts in each of his first three big-league appearances,” the card reads. “JUSTIN was particularly comfortable on the road where he went a team-record 7-0 and was undefeated in 11 starts.” But, the most obvious — and probably most well-known — thing about him is his last name which he happens to share with a certain pop singer, Justin Bieber.Shane has had to deal with the situation for a while with many a Twitter user referencing the shared surname, continuously re-using the joke about how he has no relation to Justin Bieber. Related News
[email protected] alum @Vonn is on another level tonight. This is his second fumble recovery of the game. This time he also strips his former @OhioStateFB teammate @EzekielElliott!pic.twitter.com/2MM42P8rAm— Ben Bobick (@BenBobickWRCB) September 30, 2019“I just coughed it up,” Elliott said of his fumble, even though it was questionable since his elbow appeared down before the ball was popped out. “They just took it from me. It’s not acceptable … I just can’t let the team down like that.” Deshaun Watson stays late to work with QBs coach after Texans’ loss NFL Week 4 Sunday Huddle: Buccaneers stun Rams in high-scoring affair; Chiefs escape upset in Detroit Quarterback Jameis Winston on Buccaneers’ upset of Rams: ‘We finished’ Quarterback Dak Prescott also struggled after having a phenomenal first three weeks of the season. He had a season-low 73.2 rating, didn’t throw a single passing touchdown and finished the game with just 223 passing yards and an interception.Overall, the Cowboys’ offense had just 257 total yards with three turnovers. The loss also means the Cowboys aren’t undefeated anymore and they now have a 3-1 record on the year.“The only positive is the defense played their tails off,” Elliott said. “Offensively, we just didn’t do our jobs.” Ezekiel Elliott said the Cowboys’ offense was to blame for their disappointing 12-10 loss to the Saints on the road.The Dallas running back praised the team’s defense for giving the team multiple opportunities to rally against New Orleans, but the offense could not get going. “Our defense played their (butt) off,” Elliott told reporters after the game. “They kept us in the game. They gave us a chance and we just didn’t hold up on the offensive end. We can’t let our guys down like that.”The entire offense sputtered throughout the game. Even Elliott, who is considered one of the best running backs in the NFL, made huge mistakes. He fumbled the ball just before halftime and finished the game with a measly 35 yards on 18 carries. Related News