Sakho, Mane star as Senegal book World Cup slot

first_imgSenegal are the third African qualifiers for the World Cup in Russia after Nigeria and Egypt, who secured places during the penultimate qualifying round last month. Johannesburg, South Africa | AFP |  English Premier League pair Diafra Sakho and Sadio Mane played key roles as Senegal defeated South Africa 2-0 in Polokwane Friday to qualify for the 2018 World Cup.West Ham striker Sakho opened the scoring off a pass from Liverpool attacker Mane and both were involved in the move that led to a Thamsanqa Mkhize own-goal before half-time.Victory gave Senegal an uncatchable five-point lead over Burkina Faso and Cape Verde in Group D with one round left.The only previous World Cup appearance by Senegal was in 2002 when current coach Aliou Cisse captained a team that reached the quarter-finals in South Korea and Japan.Bottom-of-the-table South Africa lie seven ponts behind Senegal ahead of a return match in Dakar next Tuesday, with Burkina Faso hosting Cape Verde at the same time.South Africa defeated Senegal 2-1 in Polokwane last November, but FIFA ordered a replay because of “match manipulation” by Ghanaian referee Joseph Lamptey, who was banned for life.“It was not an easy game for us, but we took the chances that came our way,” said Mane, who returned to Premier League action last Saturday after a hamstring injury.“Our coach stressed before the match the importance of qualifying for the World Cup and we gave everything throughout the match.“We are going to represent all of Africa in Russia next year and will do our best to make everyone proud.” The other two slots will be filled Saturday with north African countries Tunisia and Morocco needing draws to qualify.Tunisia host out-of-contention Libya in Group A holding a three-point advantage over the Democratic Republic of Congo, who play Guinea in Kinshasa.Morocco are one point in front of the Ivory Coast ahead of a showdown in Abidjan with the visitors hoping to end a 20-year absence from the World Cup.South Africa goalkeeper and captain Itumeleng Khune played with a protective white mask after fracturing a facial bone in a club match last weekend.Senegal took the lead after 12 minutes when Sakho raced on to a Mane pass and side-footed the ball to the right of onrushing Khune.Stung by falling behind so early, South Africa sought an equaliser and came close midway through the opening half at Peter Mokaba Stadium.Goalkeeper Khadim Ndiaye failed to grasp a fierce close-range Themba Zwane shot, but recovered to catch the rebound after the ball struck the onrushing Percy Tau.South Africa came even closer soon after when Lebogang Manyama swept a low cross against the crossbar and Senegal hastily cleared the loose ball.The Senegalese Teranga Lions doubled their lead after 38 minutes against the run of play with another goal involving Sakho and Mane.Sakho broke clear and crossed to Mane, whose shot was blocked by Khune only for the clearance to hit Mkhize and trickled back into the net.As half-time approached, Manyama went close again to scoring, this time from a free-kick that Ndiaye tipped over.South Africa introduced midfielders Andile Jali and Siphiwe Tshabalala midway through the second half, but neither made an impact.center_img Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

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‘As good as Maradona’: Tottenham boss hails Dembele

first_imgPochettino developed a relationship with Palace manager Roy Hodgson when the latter was in charge of England, and regularly picked Spurs players.Tottenham beat Palace 1-0 at Wembley in December when Hodgson was beginning to lift the Eagles out of relegation trouble, having succeeded Frank de Boer in September. “Roy and his staff are doing a fantastic job,” Pochettino said.“It will be good to see them again. But for me it will be a battle. We need to match them in the areas of motivation, ready to fight and then of course try to deliver our way and our game.“Of course it will be very tough. It will be very important to win the three points, fighting for the top four. The idea is to win, the idea if to fight, to be ready. The three points are massive for us.”Palace’s hopes of putting distance between themselves and the bottom three have been hampered by a frustrating run of injuries that has deprived Hodgson of 12 senior players.“It was always going to be a difficult game, even if I could resuscitate these 12 players and add them to those that we have to give us a very good squad, it would still be a tough game,” said Hodgson.“Whatever way you look at it, we are a bottom of the table team at the moment and they are a team chasing not only the Champions League honours, they are chasing second place in the league.”Share on: WhatsApp Those comments will certainly have raised a few eyebrows on both sides of the River Thames as Tottenham look to clamber above Chelsea and Liverpool, the teams directly above them in the Premier League.The Argentinian has a full squad available with defender Toby Alderweireld the only doubt because of a hamstring problem sustained in a training session on Thursday.The 28-year-old is Dembele’s international team-mate and is expected to be a key figure in his nation’s attempts to win the World Cup for the first time this summer.However contract negotiations have stalled to the extent that he could well be at another club by then and Pochettino made it clear he would be playing no part in the talks.“It is not my job and I cannot say anything about that,” he said. “I am not involved in negotiations. I never talk about rumours, what the media say or what happens around the club.”center_img London, United Kingdom | AFP | Tottenham make the short journey across London to take on Crystal Palace on Sunday with manager Mauricio Pochettino comparing midfielder Mousa Dembele to Diego Maradona.“I have said before that he is a genius of football,” said the Spurs boss of the Belgium international.“I put him next to Ronaldinho, Maradona, (Jay-Jay) Okocha -– players that I was lucky to play with.“For me he is one of the unbelievable talents in the history of football. Now he is in an amazing moment and for me he deserves all the praises that people are giving him.”last_img read more

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Saints face Spartans Friday in home opener at Castlegar Complex

first_imgTwo up and two down.After struggling through most of last season the Selkirk Saints is the early surprise in the B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League.The Saints look to make it three-for-three Friday at the Castlegar Rec Complex Arena when the squad hosts Trinity Western University Spartains at 7:30 p.m.”TWU is a hard-working, defensively strong team who will come out hungry on Friday night as they go after their first win,” said Saints head coach Jeff Dubois. “Their 8-6 loss to TRU (last) weekend was uncharacteristic; they tend to be a tough, no-nonsense group that plays the game smart. They’re well-coach by a former NHLer (Dwayne Lowdermilk) and I’m sure they’ll make us work for whatever we get.”The Saints, completing the exhibition season 3-0, are coming off a pair of dramatic one-goal victories against the defending BCIHL champion, University of Victoria.Selkirk won the opener 4-3 before capturing the back-end of the series in dramatic fashion, 5-4 in overtime.Trinity Western, meanwhile, will be looking for their first win of the season following a pair of home ice defeats to Eastern Washington (by a 3-0 score) and Thompson Rivers (8-6).The Spartans boast a pair of former BCHL captains in Tyler Miller (Chilliwack) and Brad Bakken (Langley) on their blueline, while forwards Jamie Russell (Miramichi, MHL) and Jamey Kreller (Sicamous, KIJHL) each potted a pair of goals during the team’s opening weekend homestand. The Saints received contributions from throughout their line-up against UVic, as no less than nine players put up multiple points during the weekend.Their offence was boosted by solid contributions from the back-end, as Dylan Smith and Sandro Moser combined for five points and rookie Lucas Hildebrand fired home the game winner in overtime on Saturday. “We’ve got a deep group of forwards and we’d like to roll our lines and keep everyone involved, but spending six or eight minutes killing penalties in a period means that certain guys aren’t getting on the ice,”  Dubois said.”We can chalk up the high number of penalties against UVic to having so many guys adjusting to BCIHL officiating, but we need to see a quick improvement in our discipline.” Tickets for Friday’s game will be available at the door for $8 (Adults) and $5 (Selkirk students & staff, seniors, children 6 & older).Season passes will also be available at special rates on Friday night. For more information on Saints single game tickets and passes, visit GoSaints.ca.SAINTS NOTES: Selkirk defenceman Lucas Hildrebrand was named an Honourable Mention for the BCIHL’s Player of the Week award on Monday after his OT tally two days earlier. He also played a steady, physical game in both of his team’s wins.last_img read more

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Pliskova sweeps into Cincinnati semis, Nadal comes up short

first_imgMan sworn in as lawyer by judge who sentenced him to prison as a teen 20 years ago After a quick turnaround, she needed only 67 minutes to beat a rested Caroline Wozniacki 6-2, 6-4 for a sweep into the semis.“The first match helped me a little bit to have some rallies already today,” Pliskova said. “Physically it was not that tough, so I was warmed up enough.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutNadal got only halfway there.He spent an hour and 37 minutes on court in the afternoon while beating fellow Spaniard Albert Ramos-Vinolas in a match carried over from the previous night. Five hours later, he was back on court against Nick Kyrgios, who had won a three-set match earlier in the day.Nadal was sloppy at the outset and on the defensive for much of a 6-2, 7-5 loss that lasted an hour and 20 minutes. Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnesses Flags of SEA Games countries raised at Athletes Village LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Oh baby! Jeter welcomes birth of daughter Kyrgios will face David Ferrer, who won his only match of the day — 6-3, 6-3 over fourth-seeded Dominic Thiem. At age 35, Ferrer is the second-oldest semifinalist in Cincinnati during the Open Era behind Ken Rosewall in 1970.No. 7 Grigor Dimitrov is the top seed left in a men’s field depleted by upsets and injuries — Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray and defending champion Marin Cilic missed the tournament because of injuries. Dimitrov needed only 52 minutes to beat Yuichi Sugita 6-2, 6-1.He’ll face John Isner, who beat wild-card Jared Donaldson 7-6 (4), 7-5. Isner won the only break point of the match to go ahead 6-5 in the second set. He closed it out with a 136 mph ace, one of his 25 in the match.“I knew that a lot of the conditions and everything about this tournament, my schedule — a lot of things have worked in my favor this week,” Isner said. “So I hope to keep it going.”In the women’s bracket, Pliskova will face Garbine Mugaruza in the semifinals. The Wimbledon champion survived another tough challenge on Friday, beating Svetlana Kuznetsova 6-2, 5-7, 7-5. The match went 2 hours, 45 minutes — her longest of the tournament.“I think it was one of the best matches of the year,” Muguruza said. “I think we both played very well, especially in the third set. I know I won, but I’m sure she feels like it was a great match as well, because it was a tough battle and very hot out there.”Muguruza’s win came less than 24 hours after she spent 2 hours, 18 minutes on the court and fought off three match points to beat Madison Keys in the round of 16.Muguruza has reached the semifinals of two of the three tournaments she’s entered since winning Wimbledon.“You know, I’m happy with the way I’m playing and the way I’m going through these tough matches because, you know, I’ve got to dig in and somehow win them,” she said.Sloan Stephens also pulled off a two-win day to reach the semifinals. She beat Ekaterina Makarova in three sets, and then ate lunch, took a nap, woke up and knocked off Julia Goerges in straight sets. SEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspensioncenter_img LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC View comments Karolina Pliskova, of the Czech Republic, reacts during a match against Caroline Wozniacki, of Denmark, at the Western & Southern Open tennis tournament, Friday, Aug. 18, 2017, in Mason, Ohio. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)MASON, Ohio — Defending champion Karolina Pliskova pulled off a doubleheader sweep Friday at the Western & Southern Open, reaching the semifinals by winning a pair of matches with little rest in-between.Rafael Nadal couldn’t do the same.Pliskova completed a match that was suspended overnight because of rain, beating qualifier Camila Giorgi in three sets.ADVERTISEMENT Read Next Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles02:57DOJ to come up with resolution on case vs 13 Pampanga cops in a month01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games “No excuses, nothing at all,” Nadal said. “I didn’t play well.”Despite the loss, Nadal will move back to No. 1 in the ATP rankings next week for the first time since 2014, before a series of injuries affected his game.“To be No. 1 after all the things I’ve been going through the last couple years is something unbelievable,” Nadal said. “For me, it’s an amazing achievement.”After the match, Nadal wore a ribbon honoring the victims of the attack in Barcelona that left 13 people dead.“A tragedy,” he said. “The feeling that you’re not safe nowhere — that’s terrible. It’s very sad and I’m very, very sorry about what happened. To all the victims, the families, friends — all my support.”ADVERTISEMENT “The day is just like a blur,” Stephens said. “I’m ready to get dinner and get in bed because I’m so tired.”On Saturday, she’ll face No. 2 Simona Halep, who beat Johanna Konta 6-4, 7-6 (1).“I played the best match so far this tournament,” said Halep, who was slowed by a knee injury earlier this season. “I could hit the ball. I could move well. So I feel the rhythm. It’s back. So I’m positive again.” MOST READlast_img read more

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Elite topple No. 1 Bolts in thriller, force decider for semis spot

first_imgFrontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients  MOST READ “We played good defense and made the stop,” Isaac said.The dramatic win was Blackwater’s first in the playoffs since joining the league in 2014 and it couldn’t have come at a better time with the Elite facing the formidable Bolts, who won nine games against only two losses in the elimination round.Walker only had 11 points in the first three quarters before taking over when it mattered most. He exploded for 19 points in the fourth quarter, scoring Blackwater’s first 18 points in the period.The former NBA veteran, who had stints with the Boston Celtics, New York Knicks and Miami Heat, scattered 30 points, 18 rebounds, six assists, one steal and a block.The 30-year-old Maliksi, who was acquired from Star in a four-player trade on Sept. 10, wound up with 15 points and four rebounds. Starting guard Mike DiGregorio added 20 points.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Reigning Best Import Allen Durham posted 18 points, including an inside basket that gave the Bolts a 91-90 edge with 15.8 ticks remaining, 21 rebounds and seven assists while Chris Newsome and Cliff Hodge had 19 and 18 points, respectively.Blackwater tries to become only the fourth team to knock off the No. 1 team on Thursday at Smart Araneta Coliseum. LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary Read Next “Going into the final 15 seconds of the game with Meralco up by one, the instruction was to have a good shot and if there was opening, we take it,” Blackwater head coach Leo Isaac recalled.“We challenged the players to face the situation. We wanted the ball to Walker but there was also an option for Maliksi,” Isaac said.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutThe ball did go into the hands of Walker, who then setup Maliksi for game-winning jumper from the free throw line with 9.5 seconds left.Walker and Maliksi carried the Elite down the stretch but it took team effort in the waning seconds to pull off the defensive stop on the Bolts, whose last shot was a one-hander from just inside the 3-point line by Mike Tolomia that was off target. E.T. returns to earth, reunites with grown-up Elliott in new ad  BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight LATEST STORIES Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president Marcelino twins help Lyceum go 14-0 Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa PBA IMAGESAllein Maliksi continued to prove why Blackwater made a good move in trading for him late in the season.Maliksi came up clutch as the Elite took down the top-seeded Meralco Bolts, 92-91, Wednesday to pave way for a do-or-die for a slot in the 2017 PBA Governors’ Cup semifinals at Mall of Asia Arena.ADVERTISEMENT Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles01:38‘Bato’ to be ‘most effective’ CHR head? It’s for public to decide – Gascon00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games View commentslast_img read more

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IPL 4 will be Shane Warne’s final port of call with cricket

first_imgShane Warne announces his retirement from IPLWithin minutes of reaching London after spending two weeks in India with her son Damian and beau Shane Warne, Elizabeth Hurley, 46, tweeted: “@warne888 Give my love to all the boys! Back soon xxx”. The 41-year-old cricket legend, trying hard to impress his long-distance,Shane Warne announces his retirement from IPLWithin minutes of reaching London after spending two weeks in India with her son Damian and beau Shane Warne, Elizabeth Hurley, 46, tweeted: “@warne888 Give my love to all the boys! Back soon xxx”. The 41-year-old cricket legend, trying hard to impress his long-distance lover, had earlier tweeted: “Found balance and calm in my life-father to my 3 wonderful children-excited by what the future holds. Can’t change the past but can put the future right.”Cricket’s ultimate lover boy wants to settle down, now that he has announced his retirement from the game that brought him both shame and fame. Warne has been working towards this for the past four years. He led Rajasthan Royals to victory in the inaugural edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). He was then paid $400,000, an amount that remained unchanged for the next two years. This time around, Warne doubled his wages ($800,000) and reduced his girth. The cricketer has shed 7 kg to tip the scales at 86 kg, coloured his hair, whitened his teeth and sought facials at his hotel spa in Jaipur after every match, denying the botox claims of a British tabloid.In Jaipur, home of the Rajasthan Royals, clay replicas of the legend have flooded the market. Recently, a ball boy at Jaipur’s Sawai Mansingh Stadium walked up to Warne to gift him a clay replica. An elated Warne extended his hand. Instead, the boy touched his feet. In an instant reflex, the spinner lowered his hand and touched the boy’s head, saying: Jai Ho.advertisementHis team members, standing close, were impressed. Among them was South African all-rounder Johan Botha, who has already asked his team to win three of the remaining four matches as a tribute to Warne. “This is the time to show what he means to us,” an emotional Botha told reporters.IPL 4 will be Warne’s final port of call with cricket. Expectedly, he wants to reach out to almost anyone and everyone. There have been times when he has even pushed away guards to allow fans to shake his hand and hug him, even walked into the stands for an impromptu jig.Last week, a Royals official told team co-owner Shilpa Shetty that he counted Warne signing a record 450 autographs on a day the Royals lost a game. The team are nowhere near their inaugural ipl-winning form but Warne-currently joint third on the wicket-takers’ list in ipl 4-is king.Those who watched him bowl and those who faced his wild, soaring leg-breaks, say they will never see anything closer to perfection. “The genius will be missed,” says former Indian skipper Rahul Dravid. Legendary spinner Bishen Singh Bedi, says: “Everyone will miss him for everything he did for the game and himself.” Sri Lankan great Muttiah Muralitharan feels Warne’s departure could actually push leg-spin out of the game. “Warne revived leg-spin when experts the world over thought it to be extinct.”So will the magical whizz of his deliveries, especially the one in the 1993 Ashes Test at Old Trafford when Warne had one that bounced a foot outside leg stump, cut back viciously to clip Mike Gatting’s off-stump. Till date, sports cognoscenti call it the most famous in cricket history.Wickets kept falling, so did women. Yet, Warne the showman easily blended with Warne the cricketer. He returned in 2004 from a 12-month hiatus to scalp 26 Sri Lankan batsmen in three Tests. In 2005, he picked up a record 96 victims. The nationalist streak in the genius eventually surfaced when he helped Australia reclaim the urn and quit at the end of the 2006-07 Ashes series.He was brilliant, unstoppable with the ball, his magical spin encouraging him once to tell a dissenting umpire: “They’ve come to watch me bowl, not you.” Former England captain Mike Atherton wrote in one of his columns: “He oozed action, he radiated star quality.” What’s more, he knew it.last_img read more

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All Star Media Release

first_imgOn Wednesday, 1 October 2008, all Roads lead to Aughtie Drive, Albert Park as some of Victoria’s top athletes and celebrities play an “All Star” game of Touch Football to commence the Summer season of Touch and to have some fun!GUEST PLAYERS INCLUDE:AFL Kangaroos – David Hale and Michael FirritoSaints Stars – Lenny Hayes and Stephen MilneFormer Bomber – RIck OlarenshawAFL Chief Operating Officer – Gillon McLaughlanHockeyroo Gold Medallist – Claire Mitchell-TavernerTouch Football Australia CEO – Colm MaguirePlus a selection of Victorian and Australian Touch playersOne of the stars on show will be former Essendon player and Curent Channel 7 commentator – Rick OlarenshawRick said “Since retiring from the AFL, Touch football is the best ball sport I have found. It is competitive and skillful as well as fun and social”.A Media Release for the event is attached.Thanks to Nick Mooney for providing the article content.Related Filesall_star_media_release_v_2-pdflast_img read more

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10 months agoHelsingborgs veteran Andreas Granqvist concedes Man Utd dream likely over

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Helsingborgs veteran Andreas Granqvist concedes Man Utd dream likely overby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveHelsingborgs veteran Andreas Granqvist admits a mooted move to Manchester United is now unlikely.The defender was linked with a free transfer to United earlier this season.But speaking to Fotboll Direkt, Granqvist said: “With 99.9 per cent certainty, we can kill the speculation here and now.“It would be quite sensational, but I don’t think it will happen. Then I do not know if I want to.”It’s with Helsinborgs I want to be.” last_img

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What The College Football Top 25 Poll Will Look Like At The End Of The Season

first_imgESPN College Football promotion.TennesseeTennessee will finish the 2016 regular season ranked No. 1 in the country, according to an acclaimed prediction model. McIllece Sports, which attempts to predict how the season will play out using 70,000 full season simulations, has released its top 25. This isn’t a preseason top 25, though. It’s a prediction of what the top 25 poll will look like at the end of the regular season. Here’s the top 10. Coming up! We’ll talk to the man behind this @mcillecesports poll that predicted Tennessee to finish the season #1 pic.twitter.com/jXCzhaKSSS— Paul Finebaum (@finebaum) July 1, 2016Here’s the full top 25:1. Tennessee 2. Alabama 3. Washington 4. Ohio State 5. Michigan 6. Oklahoma 7. Nebraska 8. Florida State 9. Notre Dame 10. UCLA 11. Clemson 12. LSU 13. Louisville 14. West Virginia 15. North Carolina 16. Houston 17. San Diego State 18. Iowa 19. Boise State 20. Florida 21. USC 22. Ole Miss 23. Oregon 24. Texas 25. Pittsburgh—–Who do you think is going to finish the regular season ranked No. 1?[McIllese Sports]last_img read more

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Roots lowers longterm earnings estimates following weak sales in Q3

first_imgTORONTO — Roots Corp. has lowered its sales and earnings estimates from targets set when the company went public in October 2017 after sales fell “well below” its own expectations in the third quarter.The clothing company’s total sales for the three months ended Nov. 3 were $87 million, down three per cent from $89.7 million last year when Roots benefited from Canada’s 150th anniversary celebrations.Net income was $2.8 million or seven cents per share, down from $5.0 million or 12 cent per share last year.Adjusted net income was $4.7 million or 11 cents per share, down from 23 cents per share in last year’s third quarter.Analysts had estimated $90.6 million of revenue and 16 cents per share of adjusted earnings, according to Thomson Reuters Eikon.Roots says its performance during the quarter reflected the absence of a large marketing campaign and unseasonably warm fall weather.The company is now estimating between $358 million and $375 million of sales in fiscal 2018, compared with the estimated range of $410 million to $450 million when Roots did its initial public offering.Roots is also revising its fiscal 2019 target range for adjusted EBITDA to between $46 million and $50 million, from between $61 million and $68 million, and it’s also revising its adjusted net income target range to between $20 million and $24 million from its previously stated target range of between $35 million and $40 million.Companies in this story: (TSX:ROOT)The Canadian Presslast_img read more

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