Ighalo claimed Rashford has fully recovered from injury setback

first_img ‘Everyone is back, even Paul (Pogba) is back training normally and Rashy is back training as normal. ‘Everyone is training normally and training full and all that, so the squad is full and everyone is ready, I think. ‘I can’t wait for the league to start again.’ Midfielder Paul Pogba is ‘back training normally’ after being on the sidelines through injury Read Also: Mourinho makes final Coutinho transfer decision There were concerns that the double stress fracture Rashford sustained against Wolves in an FA Cup clash would rule him out for the remainder of the 2019-20 season. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side restart their campaign with a game against Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham later this month. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Manchester United have been handed a huge boost as Odion Ighalo claimed team-mate Marcus Rashford has fully recovered from his troublesome back injury ahead of the resumption of the Premier League. Ighalo claimed Rashford has fully recovered from injury setback The English top flight is set to restart in two weeks’ time on Wednesday, June 17 after being suspended by the coronavirus pandemic back in March. Rashford was sidelined in January with a back injury but Ighalo has revealed the England international has returned to training. Odion Ighalo claimed team-mate Marcus Rashford has fully recovered from his back injury ‘Everybody is looking good. Running, working hard and playing football,’ he told the club’s official website. ‘Little two-a-sides and doing some ball work. Everyone is getting better and better.Advertisement Loading…last_img read more

ESM, J-D softball makes late-season surges

first_imgShare this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Franchesca Polcaro went three-for-four and scored four runs, with Bella Pickard notching three RBIs. Rachel Brefka had two hits and drove in a pair of runs as McCarthy and Holly Carr had one RBI apiece.ESM then beat Fulton 6-3 on Friday night, scoring twice in the first inning, but saving its best work for the bottom of the fourth, when it plated four runs, more than the Red Raiders could overcome.Brilbeck again pitched well, limiting Fulton to three hits, while also getting two hits and two RBIs at the plate as Morgan Ransom matched those totals. Natalie Quonce added two hits as she and Rachel Brefka drove in one run apiece.Far from all this, J-D put together its own undefeated week, capped by a split doubleheader on Saturday where it rose up to beat Baldwinsville 9-7 after it shut out Auburn 13-0 earlier that morning.The Auburn game was a one-hit pitching gem from Shayna Myshrall who notched nine strikeouts as J-D scored in every inning except the fourth, capped by a five-run third.Andrea Sumida and Paige Keeler each had three hits, Sumida adding three RBIs and three runs scored as Myshrall and Kate Dorazio both drove in two runs. Katie White and Madi Ancone each had a double and RBI.Before this, J-D blanked Central Square 11-0. The Rams exploded for seven runs in the bottom of the second inning, more than enough for Myshrall, who struck out seven and limited the Redhawks to five hits.Dorazio hit a home run, one of 11 hits on the day. Sumida’s pair of hits led to three RBIs as Dorazio and Keeler each drove in two runs. Myshrall, White and Miriam Zogby had one RBI apiece. The second game went 8-6 in the Spartans’ favor, with ESM scoring twice in the fifth inning and three more times in the sixth to overcome a 4-3 deficit. Natalie Quonce went four-for-four with three RBIs as McCarthy drove in two runs.Following it up, ESM went to Auburn Thursday and, against the 12-3 Maroons, scored an impressive 10-0 shutout, with Brilbeck limiting Auburn to five hits and striking out four while aided by error-free defense.At the plate, the Spartans got three runs in the second inning and, after a run in the third, tacked on three-run rallies in the fifth and seventh innings, too, to pull away. Even though Jamesville-DeWitt is the favorite and defending champions in Section III Class A softball, East Syracuse Minoa has played the Red Rams tough and is coming off its best week of the season.The Spartans returned to action last Wednesday and swept a doubleheader from Cortland. ESM rolled to a 13-1 victory in the five-inning opener, already up 2-1 when it erupted for 10 runs in the top of the third, Gillianne McCarthy leading the way with a triple and four RBIs.Shaina Brilbeck, who held the Purple Tigers to two hits and struck out seven, went five-for-five, including a double and triple, and drove in two runs, Gianna Quonce and Natalie Quonce each getting three hits as Natalie drove in two runs, as did Morgan Ransom. Tags: ESMJ-DSoftballlast_img read more