Monday, March 19, 2012

SUN-U Info Day


I did say I was working hard last weekend, didn’t I? Well, I was not the only one – there were many others from SUBS who contributed time and energy, amongst them were Dr Foo Yin Fah and Dr Nagiah Ramasamy at the Sunway Education Info Day.

Kilmarnock won the Scottish Communities League Cup for the first time in their history and ended Celtic's hopes of winning the domestic treble.

Celtic's Gary Hooper, Anthony Stokes and Scott Brown and Killie's Dean Shiels and Paul Heffernan all had efforts saved in a frenetic first half. And after the break, Killie keeper Cammy Bell denied Stokes and Victor Wanyama. Dieter van Tornhout headed Kilmarnock ahead six minutes from the end and Celtic could not find a leveller. It’s a real shame though.

The results were much more comforting for the Reds in this important FA Cup match against Stoke City when they prevailed with a 2-1 win.


Luis Suarez gave the hosts the lead with a curling 20-yard strike (23) after a one-two with Maxi Rodriguez. But Peter Crouch's header from a corner (26) earned Stoke a deserved equalizer. The Reds fortunately were able to pick up the pace and were rewarded when Stewart Downing drilled a shot past Thomas Sorensen (57) to book a Wembley date with either Everton or Sunderland.

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