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  • 28 Jan
    WINNIPEG -- Lirim Hajrullahu knows how important itll be to take advantage of every scoring opportunity when the Winnipeg Blue Bombers host the Saskatchewan Roughriders on Sunday. [b]Air Max 97 Rose Gold Mens[/b] . The rookie kicker has done his part in that department this season, connecting on 22 of his 24 field-goal attempts and having both misses hit the uprights. Watch the game live on TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5 and TSN GO at 4pm et/1pm pt. His rhythm, though, could be affected in Sundays 11th Banjo Bowl as the Bombers (6-4) have a number of injuries forcing roster changes, including the long-snapper wholl send the ball back to Hajrullahu. Linebacker Ian Wild, who does the long-snapping duties, was injured in Saskatchewans 35-30 Labour Day Classic victory over Winnipeg last weekend and will sit out Sundays sold-out game at Investors Group Field. Hajrullahu said fullbacks Carl Fitzgerald and Michel-Pierre Pontbriand have been zinging the balls back to him close to 100 times in practice this week and hes confident either one can do the job. "Halfway through the season, to have a new snapper is something different, but these guys are professional and I expect them to be just as good on the field," the Western University product said after Fridays practice. And if a few snaps arent perfect, hell deal with them. "If some snaps are different, we always prepare with the drills that if it is a bad snap, what do you do and stuff like that," said Hajrullahu, whos had to do all the kicking the past six games after a hamstring injury to punter Mike Renaud. "I cant have any doubt in my kicks so Im just going to prepare like its any other game." The defending Grey Cup champion Riders (7-2) have won six in a row and are aiming to sweep the season series with the Bombers. The teams have each won five Banjo Bowl games. Winnipeg committed six turnovers that gave the Riders 20 points in their 23-17 victory in Winnipeg on Aug. 7, and then saw the Riders score the winning touchdown last Sunday with 28 seconds left in the game. Bombers head coach Mike OShea isnt satisfied that his team has played Saskatchewan close in this years two clashes. "I want to get these guys. Our players do, too," OShea said. "And we recognize from our film that we cant make the mistakes we made." OShea wouldnt reveal wholl be doing the long-snapping, but its expected Fitzgerald will get the nod as he went into the game last week and had experience at the position for the Saint Marys Huskies. Backup quarterback Brian Brohm remains the holder. "I got thrown in last week and I had to do all the field-goal snaps and I was a little nervous on the first one, but once you do it its just like riding a bike -- you just get back on it and its all right," Fitzgerald said. Winnipeg quarterback Drew Willy injured an ankle in last weeks loss, but he continued playing and has been practising all week and is good to go. The same cant be said for Winnipeg receiver Nick Moore, who injured an ankle and will be replaced by Romby Bryant. Defensive end Kashawn Fraser hurt a knee against the Riders and Jason Vega will take his spot. Saskatchewan is also dealing with injuries in its kicking unit. Punter Josh Bartel (hamstring) and long-snapper Levi Steinhauer (shoulder) will miss Sundays game after injuries in last weekends match. Placekicker Chris Milo will do the field-goal kicking and punting and linebacker Brian Peters is expected to be the long-snapper. Former Bombers placekicker Justin Palardy may come off the practice roster to do kickoffs. Saskatchewan slotback Chris Getzlaf didnt practise Friday because of an undisclosed injury and head coach Corey Chamblin told reporters afterward that he may not suit up, but should be good in the next week or so. "He didnt go today and he was very limited yesterday so theres a good chance he may not play and we have to be prepared for that." Rookie receiver Alex Pierzchalski will fill in and "he has to step up" with his opportunity, Chamblin said. Although the Riders were victorious in their first two games against their arch-rivals, Chamblin said making it three straight isnt easy. "Its always tough. Its tough to beat em one," he said. "But to beat em three, youve just got to know that youre not doing it all at one time, but its one game at a time." Bryant is looking to make good on his next opportunity with the Bombers. Hes played five games this season and has 11 catches for 94 yards and no touchdowns. Bryant watched the game on TV last week and thinks he and his teammates can pick up some tips on how to handle Saskatchewans "solid" defence. "Playing them back-to-back, they probably dont have much time to change stuff up," Bryant said. "You can see tips. It gives everybody tips, even the people that did play last week. Its giving them tips on how they play us and what coverages they do and certain schemes that they got going." Hajrullahu is just hoping the re-jigged kicking unit wont miss a beat. "Every point is going to count," Hajrullahu said. "Theyve beaten us twice and this team really hates losing and we hope to come out on top on Sunday and weve been preparing like we will." [b]Nike Air Max 97 Pink Womens[/b] . Johan Franzen had two goals and two assists, Gustav Nyquist a goal and three assists and David Legwand a goal and two assists in the Red Wings 7-4 win over the New Jersey Devils. [b]Air Max 97 Pink Blush[/b] . -- The Guelph Storm are moving on to the Western Conference final after defeating the London Knights 5-4 on Friday in Ontario Hockey League playoff action.U.S. womens goalkeeper Hope Solo has apologized to her fans via social media following her arrest for domestic violence last weekend. Solo, who also plays for the Seattle Reign of the National Womens Soccer League, posted her apology on her Facebook page and also posted a link to the statement on her official Twitter account. "I love my family dearly. We, like all families, have our challenges but my sincere hope is that we are able to resolve this situation as a family," she said. "Adversity has always made us stronger and I know this situation will be no different." Solo pleaded not guilty plea to two counts of fourth-degree domestic violence Monday in a Kirkland, Washington, court and was released without bail. She is accused of assaulting her sister and 17-year-old nephew at her sisters home in suburban Seattle early Saturday. Her lawyer claims the goalkeeper was a victim in the altercation. "I understand that, as a public figure, I am held to a higher standard of conduct," Solo said. "I take seriously my responsibilities as a role model and sincerely apologize to everyone I have disappointed." Her next court appearance is scheduled for Aug. 11. Solos 17-year-old nephew told police she was upset and appeared to have been drinking when she arrived at a family gathering. She and her nephew got into a fistfight after arguing about his acting aspirations and she called him fat and crazy, according to court documents. When the boys mother tried to break up the confrontation, Solo punched her in the face, the documents said. The nephew broke a broom over Solos head and the teen pointed a broken BB gun at her and tried to get hher to leave, the documents said. [b]Cheap Air Max 97 Mens[/b]. "Hope is not guilty of any crime," her attorney, Todd Maybrown said in an email to The Associated Press. "In fact, our investigation reveals that Hope was assaulted and injured during this unfortunate incident. We look forward to the opportunity to present the true facts in court and to having this matter behind Hope very soon." Solo married former Seattle Seahawks tight end Jerramy Stevens in 2012. He was arrested just before their wedding for investigation of assault after a disturbance involving Solo, but he was not charged. Maybrown represented Stevens in that case. Solo said soon afterward that there never was an assault and that she and her new husband were happy. On Thursday she posted a photo of herself with Stevens and two others holding an American flag to cheer on the U.S. mens team in the World Cup. The 32-year-old Solo has won two Olympic gold medals with the U.S. womens national team. In her last appearance for the U.S., Solo had her 71st career shutout, a 1-0 victory over France on June 14 in Tampa, Florida. She did not appear in the teams second match against France last week in East Hartford, Connecticut. Ashlyn Harris started in Solos place for the 2-2 draw. The U.S. womens team does not have any additional matches planned at this time before Octobers CONCACAF qualifying tournament for the 2015 World Cup in Canada. "I look forward to getting back on the field where I belong with both Seattle Reign FC and the US Womens National Team," she said in her statement. ------ Associated Press Writer Donna Gordon Blankinship in Seattle contributed to this report. Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys NFL Jerseys From China Cheap Nike Basketball Jerseys Wholesale Hockey Jerseys China Nike Baseball Jerseys Cheap College Jerseys China Cheap Football Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Canada Wholesale NHL Jerseys Canada Wholesale Nike MLB Jerseys Canada Cheap NBA Jerseys Authentic Canada Stitched Soccer Jerseys Canada Cheap Jerseys Canada NFL ' ' '