“When you got here, it was like electricity for me because I knew that I had just met my husband. You embodied everything that I want in a man,” Crawley told Moss the next night. “I’m just so in love with the man that you are.”He then explained his love for her. “From the moment I stepped out of the limo, this was special,” he said. “I know without the shadow of a doubt that you would go to the end of the world for me and I’ve never had that. I’m so grateful for that. … I’ve thought a lot about my mother and what she would think about you. She would absolutely love you. All she’s ever wanted for me is someone who loves me unconditionally and who would be there for me no matter what. I know that I have that. And I love you.”She then whispered, “I love you too. … The best is yet to come,” before he got down on one knee to propose. “Put that ring on my finger, I’ve waited a lot of years for this,” she said. When he did, she then called herself “Clare Moss.”Clare Crawley’s engagement ring on ‘The Bachelorette’. ABC- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Clare Crawley’s journey may have been unconventional, but in the end — or, two weeks in — she got her happy ending. During the Thursday, November 5, episode of The Bachelorette, the 39-year-old hairdresser got engaged to Dale Moss!On the episode, Crawley chose to have more one-on-one time with Moss, 32, instead of having a rose ceremony with the other men. After dinner, the pair spent the night together and exchanged I love you’s, which she revealed to Chris Harrison the next morning. Then it was time for the final rose.Dale Moss proposes to Clare Crawley on ‘The Bachelorette’. ABC- Advertisement – Less than two weeks into filming, Us confirmed that Crawley had fallen in love and chosen to leave the show. As a result, ABC called Tayshia Adams to pick up where Crawley left off.Fans first met Crawley during season 18 of The Bachelor, which aired in 2014. She finished as the runner-up in the competition for Juan Pablo Galavis’ heart. Crawley subsequently appeared on seasons 1 and 2 of Bachelor in Paradise. While she didn’t find love in Mexico, she had short-lived success on The Bachelor Winter Games when she met Bachelorette Canada’s Benoit Beauséjour-Savard. While he proposed during a live February 2018 episode of the spinoff, they split that April.Listen to Here For the Right Reasons to get inside scoop about the Bachelor franchise and exclusive interviews from contestants! – Advertisement –
Martina Loncarica has a tendency to step up in big situations. The junior midfielder had four game-winning goals coming into the weekend. But with the conference championship on the line and No. 4 Connecticut deadlocked in a scoreless tie, Loncarica proved she still had a few late-game heroics left in her bag of tricks. Just under six minutes into double overtime on Saturday, Loncarica took a pass from freshman Leonie Geyer on a penalty corner and blasted the game-winning goal into the right corner of the cage for a 1-0 victory. The goal clinched SU’s third straight Big East regular season title, locked up the top seed in the conference tournament and lifted the No. 8 Orange (12-4, 5-0 Big East) to its fifth overtime win of the season. ‘We’re pretty much professionals at overtime, so (it’s) like our thing,’ junior back Nicole Nelson said. ‘We’re always really confident when we go into overtime. We really, really wanted this game, so we didn’t think about losing at all.’ Nelson and the rest of the SU defense maintained that confidence throughout Saturday’s game against UConn (13-4, 3-2 Big East), which averages three goals per game. Sunday, the Orange used that confidence to defeat No. 14 Boston College, 3-2.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Against the Huskies, sophomore goalkeeper Leann Stiver was a wall behind them with 11 saves in her return to the field after missing three games. The defense stayed strong during a number of UConn’s opportunities, including a key stretch of the first overtime during which the Huskies seemed to be on the brink of snatching the game away. Freshman back Laura Hahnefeldt was sent off with a yellow card for nearly the final five minutes of the period, but several defensive stops and a miraculous diving save by Stiver kept the Orange alive. SU always found a way to come up with a stop, despite being outshot 15-11, and head coach Ange Bradley said that resiliency was the decisive factor in the game. ‘I have to give the kids a lot of credit, they stepped up and they competed,’ Bradley said. ‘It was very much a defensive battle. UConn is just such a good team and such a good program, and it was a matter of who was finally going to break.’ Bradley said the thrill of the victory over a top-five team provided momentum heading into Sunday’s game against Boston College (10-6). But there were negative lingering effects as well. As a result of the length and intensity of the UConn game, fatigue and a lack of focus were potential issues for the Orange. But despite players performing at less than full strength, the Orange found enough stamina to win, again riding the strength of the defenders to a victory over the Golden Eagles. Sophomore back Amy Kee assisted on a goal by sophomore back Iona Holloway on a corner and added a goal of her own, and Loncarica fittingly provided the game winner on a penalty stroke with 5:11 remaining. Kee said practice during the week focused more on UConn, but the preparation carried over because BC has a similar playing style. One of the main aspects of getting ready for the Huskies was working exhaustingly on penalty corners, and that made a significant difference on Sunday as SU was able to convert in that situation. ‘It was a major thing for us because we’ve had a history of not scoring goals against UConn, so we practiced that a lot this week,’ Kee said. ‘We scored the first goal from that today, and obviously it was very important to get on the scoreboard.’ The extensive mental and physical preparation have paid off for Bradley’s squad, not only with the Big East title but also the current five-game winning streak that includes four victories over ranked opponents. Amid the many lineup changes and cloud of questions about the team’s unity, the streak and performance from the weekend have Bradley optimistic about SU’s potential to close out the season. ‘I’m really excited about the growth of our team, and we’re really starting to come together,’ Bradley said. ‘To get back-to-back wins at this time of year against two top teams, it says so much for Syracuse.’ email@example.com Comments Published on October 24, 2010 at 12:00 pm Facebook Twitter Google+
Four Dan Biggar penalties and second-half tries from Josh Adams and Owen Watkin saw the visitors head back to Cardiff as leaders of the early table, ahead of a clash with England at the Principality Stadium in a fortnight.”We will probably have to be a lot better than today, but the team (is) excited by that. It should be a tasty one,” Davies, captaining the side for the first time on his 70th appearance, told ITV Sport. Related News Six Nations 2019: Wales overcomes Italy in Rome Jonathan Davies conceded Wales will have to improve its performance considerably against England after defeating Italy in the Six Nations on Saturday.Warren Gatland’s side, showing 10 changes from the remarkable come-from-behind win over France last time out, prevailed 26-15 in Rome to claim a record-equaling 11th straight success. Late defiance @sergioparisse #ITAvWAL #GuinnessSixNations pic.twitter.com/M0nCVVaEAx— Guinness Six Nations (@SixNationsRugby) February 9, 2019″We lost a couple of opportunities in the second half, but the team was still fighting and scored a try in the end. Wales deserved their victory so we must keep working and growing,” he said.”Now we have 15 days before receiving Ireland and now we must keep working in the same way. Credit to Wales of course but I can’t say to my team that they didn’t fight today.”We did good things against Scotland and Wales, it’s not enough so we’ll keep working because Ireland will be another tough game at home.” “I think there was a lot of frustration in the performance, that accuracy to turn pressure into points was what we lacked.”We have come to a difficult place to play rugby and got a result.”We expected to be smarter and cleaner with the ball. But it was great to show the depth of the squad and we are looking forward to a big match in two weeks’ time.”Davies’ opposite number Sergio Parisse, meanwhile, regretted the Azzurri’s failure to make their periods of pressure count when they reduced the deficit to 12-10 shortly after the interval.
NBA free agency rumors: Lakers, 76ers will pursue Kyle Korver after he receives buyout from Suns Elsewhere, Markieff Morris signed with the Pistons while the Mavericks added backup center Boban Marjanovic.Here’s a complete list of deals from the fourth day of free agency(All trades reported by ESPN and The Athletic) Related News — The Grizzlies moved off of Chandler Parsons’ contract when they sent him to the Hawks in exchange for Solomon Hill and Miles Plumlee. The Grizzlies also acquired Josh Jackson, De’Anthony Melton and two second-round picks from the Suns, who received Kyle Korver and Jevon Carter in the trade. Phoenix is planning to buy out Korver.— The Pelicans could have one of the deepest rosters in the NBA next season. They re-signed wing Darius Miller to a two-year, $14.25 million deal. He hit 36.5% of his 3-point attempts last season. Rockets rumors: Houston hoping to trade for Andre Iguodala, sign JaVale McGee — The 76ers continued to fill out their roster by inking guard Raul Neto to a one-year minimum contract. — Markieff Morris is heading to the Pistons on a one-year deal. He has scored 11.6 points per game over his eight-year career. — The Mavericks added depth in the frontcourt. They inked veteran center Boban Marjanovic to a two-year, $7 million contract. — Quinn Cook became an unrestricted free agent as the Warriors rescinded his qualifying offer. Cook averaged 6.9 points in 14.3 minutes per game last season. — The Timberwolves continued to adjust their roster. They acquired Jake Layman from the Trail Blazers in a sign-and-trade. He agreed to a three-year, $11.5 million contract with Minnesota. “We’re extremely appreciative of how hard (Portland general manager) Neil Olshey worked with us to accommodate what we were trying to accomplish in this sign and trade,” Layman’s agent, Mark Bartelstein told ESPN. — The Pacers signed another guard Wednesday as they inked TJ McConnell to a two-year, $7 million contract. Indiana also added Malcolm Brogdon and Jeremy Lamb earlier this week. The fourth day of free agency was filled with minor moves and a few trades.The Grizzlies may have been the most active team, as they reportedly completed a pair of trades. DeMarcus Cousins free agency rumors: Center switches agent amid reports he has ‘no market’