Saturday, May 30, 2009

Heeeere's Tony!!!

Here's a closeup of Tony the Lhasa Apso.

Sam And The Wonderful World Of Football

Here's Sam the Chihuahua with a pair of different types of footballs: an Adidas rugby ball that I bought recently at a liquidation sale in Medford, Oregon, and a ball used for Australian Rules football purchased on eBay several years ago, from a seller in, I believe, Idaho Falls, Idaho.

Sam And Tony Enjoy Each Other's Beds

A sister of mine has come up from Reno, Nevada with her two dogs, Tony the Lhasa Apso and Sam the Chihuahua. Here they are, laying in each other's beds.

Bulls Gore Chiefs To Claim Super 14 Title

At Pretoria, South Africa:

Fourie Du Preez and Brian Habana each scored two tries as the Bulls (based in Pretoria, South Africa) routed the Chiefs (Hamilton, New Zealand) 61-17 to win the Super 14 Rugby Union club championship on Saturday. It was the Pretoria-based club's second such title. They are the only So
uth African club to win the championship of the Southern Hemisphere's most prestigious Rugby Union club tournament. Here are the happy Bulls with the championship trophy.

Friday, May 29, 2009

Hey Phil, Let's See You Wear That Suit In the Big House

Well, it looks like one record producer will get to work on FOUR walls of sound. For a long time.

Saturday, May 23, 2009

Irish Club Wins First Heineken Cup Title

At Edinburgh, Scotland:

Jamie Heaslip scored a try (five points in Rugby Union), Brian O'Driscoll (who's pictured here) added a drop goal (three points) and Jonathan Sexton had three three-point goals (two penalty and o
ne drop) as Leinster captured the Heineken Cup final 19-16 over Leicester Tigers of England on Saturday. It marked the Irish club's first championship in European Club Rugby Union's biggest tournament, sort of their equivalent of the UEFA Champions League. That's Brian holding the big prize.

Reuters Photo (of Brian O'Driscoll Holding Heineken Cup) By Russell Cheyne

Friday, May 22, 2009

Saints Use Five Penalty Goals To Capture European Challenge Cup Crown

At London:

Five penalty kicks (
three points apiece) from fly-half Stephen Myler (whose pictured here) lifted Northampton of England to a 15-3 win over France's Bourgoin-Jallieu to win the European Challenge Cup title on Friday. Also pictured are happy Saints players with the prize.

Both Photos � Getty Images

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Bowler Pops Sister In Match

Well, I hate to brag...........BUT,

I had one of my best bowling games ever today, beating my sister 150-86 at Lava Lanes in Medford, Oregon!

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Leicester Tigers Cop Guiness Premiership Crown

At London:

Jordan Crane scored the only try of the contest as Leicester Tigers defeated London Irish 10-9 to win the Guiness Premiership title on Saturday.