Edwards urges T&T to take ‘bull by the horns’ PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC): Veteran winger Carlos Edwards has reiterated the importance of taking early initiative when Trinidad and Tobago meet Panama in the first of two crucial World Cup qualifiers starting next week. Currently one from bottom of the CONCACAF final round of qualifiers, Trinidad will attempt to launch a comeback against Panama and then against confederation giants Mexico four days later. “It is something where we need to take the bull by the horns. As players, we have to take responsibilities,” said the 38-year-old, a member of the historic 2008 side which qualified for the World Cup in Germany. “We know what is at hand, and we know what it takes to win a game. I can say that the guys know this. They will go out there and put their best foot forward when they cross that white line.” Mbappe gets first call up PARIS, France (AP): Teenage forward Kylian Mbappe has been rewarded for his scintillating club performances with Monaco with his first call up to France’s national team. The 18-year-old Mbappe, whose speed and skills have led to comparisons with France great Thierry Henry, was included yesterday in coach Didier Deschamp’s squad for a World Cup qualifier in Luxembourg and a friendly against Spain. Deschamps called up three other newcomers in his list of 24 players: Monaco defender Benjamin Mendy, Marseille winger Florian Thauvin, and highly-rated Lyon midfielder Corentin Tolisso. Mbappe made it 11 goals in 11 games when he scored in a 3-1 win on Wednesday as Monaco eliminated Manchester City on away goals to reach the Champions League quarter-finals. He had scored in the first leg and so far this season has netted 17 goals. Hayatou’s reign ends ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP): Issa Hayatou was voted out as president of the African soccer confederation yesterday after 29 years in charge, ending his tenure as FIFA senior vice-president. Hayatou’s 34-20 loss to Ahmad in a vote by the Confederation of African Football’s member countries delivered a seismic shake-up for soccer on the continent, which Hayatou had led since 1988. The 70-year-old from Cameroon left the congress room briefly without commenting when the result was announced, led away by the arm by one of his aides. He returned to conduct other business. New CAF president Ahmad, who is from Madagascar and goes by one name, was held aloft by officials.
FINAL SAY Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA) competitions director George Forbes said yesterday that Kingston College (KC) has no further room to appeal its decision to disqualify 800 metres runner Colin Rowe at the ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Championships earlier this month. The North Street-based institution had written a formal appeal to ISSA about Rowe’s disqualification after he was adjudged to be in breach of IAAF rule 163.2b, in his seventh-place finish in the Class One boys 800m. This rule outlaws jostling for position in the race, and obstruction. If he had not been disqualified, KC and Calabar High would have ended Champs equal on points, but the purple and whites would have won the championships based on number of events won overall. Forbes said that IAAF’s rules and guidelines have protected ISSA from further dealing with the matter, should KC decide to take it further. “It went through the jury of appeal, and the rules are quite clear: The jury of appeal has the final say. Not even the Court of Arbitration for Sport can overturn that appeal ruling,” Forbes told The Gleaner. He said that this also means KC cannot even go to the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne, Switzerland, but should the school decide to take the matter to court, he will not try to stop them. “KC can do whatever KC wants to do,” he said. “We can’t stop them from taking it to court. The rules are quite clear that it can’t be overturned. The IAAF website states this. The jury of appeal is the final arbiter on the matter.” The Gleaner visited the school to speak to officials, including principal Dave Myrie and track and field head coach Neil Harrison, but were told all relevant members of staff were absent from the premises at the time. Neither Myrie nor Harrison answered subsequent phone calls.
Mother’s Day was extra special for Stacy-Ann Facey.For the Sunshine Girl who is gearing up for this weekend’s three-Test series against Barbados, her son is everything. As it relates to her mom, no one compares.”My biggest motivation is my son. My mother is my hero,” declared Facey.”He gives me the drive whenever I feel like I need to quit or I need to give up. It’s like he’s like a vision. Whenever something goes wrong and I feel like it’s time, it’s like he’s there saying, ‘Mommy, you can’t give up’,” she declared of her five-year-old.”Whenever I feel I’m going down or I feel depressed, he’s there. I have to keep it strong for him,” she added.Facey reciprocates those feelings for her mother, Janet Reid.”She’s been there for me ever since,” she stated.”She’s the one who’s keeping my son right now,” said Facey, referring to the times when she is away training with the Sunshine Girls or studying at the G.C. Foster College.”She’s so supportive and she’s there. Mi just haffi love her!” Facey added.Her passion does not stop there as she pours a great deal of energy into the clear number-one sport for females in this country.”I had to choose between basketball and netball, and I chose netball,” she admitted, noting the importance of playing for Jamaica.”To be a Sunshine Girl is everything. To go and represent your country is such a wonderful feeling.”Already, the Kingston Hummingbirds and G.C. Foster College defender has been capped 17 times for Jamaica. A former Under-21 Jamaica representative, Facey’s experience also includes playing at the Netball World Cup, Commonwealth Games and a Test series against Barbados.For the May 19-22 series against Barbados, Facey, who plays the goalkeeper, goal defence and wing defence positions, is ready for action.LOOK FORWARD TO THE SERIES”I’m looking forward to the series,” she said. “We’re going out there to compete and we can’t let Barbados beat ‘wi’. Never! Because they’re beneath us and they should stay there, because we’re trying to be in the number-one spot right now, so we can’t let a lower team (beat us). No matter if half of our players aren’t here, we have to keep strong.”In terms of championing the world, Facey, who turns 24 in August, has strong belief in the Sunshine Girls’ capabilities.”I’ve a good feeling about it. We can do it, ‘enuh’. We just need good resources and good support and a strong foundation to move forward,” she observed.
But when the divisions were realigned for this season, Los Alamitos was left out of I-AA, where perennial powers Mater Dei, Artesia, Dominguez and Centennial now reside. Instead, the Griffins were put in I-A, but coach Russ May warned not to let the division fool you. DIVISION I-AA Top seeds: 1. Mater Dei (24-3), 2. Artesia (24-2), 3. Dominguez (18-7), 4. Gahr (24-4). Local teams: Downey (16-12), Mayfair (19-6), Lakewood (13-13), Compton (23-3), La Mirada (19-7), St. John Bosco (15-12), Poly (17-10), Centennial (19-5), Jordan (18-9), Wilson (15-12), Bellflower (10-15), Warren (16-11). Outlook: Obviously, the Monarchs and the Pioneers are the favorites to reach the Honda Center on March 3, but don’t discount the Dons, Gladiators or the Tarbabes. Duke signee Taylor King (28 ppg) leads Mater Dei, but it already lost once this season to Artesia. Arizona State signee James Harden had another fine year for the Pioneers and if he’s having a bad night, then 6-10 sophomore forward Renardo Sidney and Malik Story, who’s committed to USC, are more than capable of picking up the scoring slack. Both Dominguez coach Russell Otis and Gahr coach Bob Becker did fantastic jobs with their squads and both teams are battle- tested after splitting their games this season in the San Gabriel Valley League. Look for Compton to play Gahr in the quarterfinals after the Tarbabes won the Moore League for the first time in 10 years. They have one of the area’s most talented players in junior forward Demar Derozan, and throw in 6-9 forward Edgar Garibay and you have a powerful 1-2 punch. Another team that figures to be tough to beat is Mayfair. The Monsoons lost twice this season to Artesia, but they shouldn’t be overlooked. Jonathan Wills can carry a team and if all goes as planned, Mayfair would meet Mater Dei in the quarterfinals. Centennial had another good season under Rod Palmer, winning the Pioneer League. It plays Jordan on Friday, but if the Apaches are going to make some noise, they would have to beat Artesia in another quarterfinal game Feb. 23. Finals: Mater Dei vs. Artesia. DIVISION I-AA Top seeds: 1. Redondo (22-4), 2. M.L. King (24-3), 3. Los Alamitos (22-4), 4. El Toro (23-3). Local teams: None. Outlook: Redondo enters the playoffs on a five-game winning streak and King has two pretty good scorers in Eric Wise (18.7 ppg) and Carlon Brown (17 ppg) to fall back on. But, this is really Los Al’s division to lose. The Griffins are playing their best basketball of the season as is 6-9 forward Corbin Moore, who’s been a monster since he lost his starting spot 10 games ago. Couple Jones, Amberry’s and Moore’s scoring and the fact that this team knows how to win big games, it makes it very difficult not to pick them to reach the finals once again. Their toughest test might be in the second round where they could play the winner of the Dos Pueblos/Leuzinger game. Each team is tough and if Los Alamitos can get past that game, that should serve as springboard to the title. Finals: Redondo vs. Los Alamitos. DIVISION IV-A Top seeds: 1. Twentynine Palms (24-2), 2. St. Anthony (23-3). 3. Whittier Christian (24-4), 4. La Salle (21-5). Local teams: Valley Christian (20-6). Outlook: If a Coach of the Year award were to be given out before the playoffs, Valley Christian’s Bryan Branderhorst would have already won it. After an absolutely miserable season by V.C. last year, Branderhorst has turned around the Crusaders, who finished in second place in the Alpha League behind Jeff Rochon (13 ppg), Blake De Jong (11 ppg) and Kurtis Korver, whose cousin Kyle plays for the 76ers. Of course, St. Anthony’s Glenn Marx hasn’t done that bad of a job himself. The Saints won a league title (Santa Fe) for the first time in 19 years and Howard Douglas and Michael Cotton are as good as it gets. In addition, St. Anthony’s schedule was tough and the team is battle-tested. Finals: Twentynine Palms vs. St. Anthony. DIVISION V-AA Top seeds: 1. Maranatha (17-8), 2. Pacific Hills (17-8), 3. L.A. Adventist (20-3), 4. Fairmont Prep (18-9). Local teams: Avalon (13-6). Outlook: Maranatha and Pacific Hills tied for first place in the Delphic League, so no surprises there. But the team to really look out for is L.A. Adventist. The Eagles know how to put the ball in the basket and that’s going to make them difficult to beat. Twice this season, they scored more than 100 points and four times, they scored 80-plus. Finals: Maranatha vs. L.A. Adventist. L.A. CITY SECTION CHAMPIONSHIP DIVISION Top seeds: 1. Fairfax (19-5), 2. Westchester (19-5), 3. Polytechnic (21-4), 4. Chatsworth (19-7). Local teams: Narbonne (10-17), King-Drew (22-6). Outlook: It goes without saying that both Fairfax and Westchester are not only two of the best teams in the L.A. City Section but in the entire country. Fairfax, ranked No. 7 in the state, only lost to nationally ranked opponents such as Oak Hill Academy and St. Patrick of N.J. Chace Stanback (26.7 ppg, 11 rpg) is probably going to be the Player of the Year. Look out for King-Drew though. Despite the fact, it was seeded 11th, the Golden Eagles are a tough team to beat. They average almost 80 points a game in their run-and-gun style and Aaron Hill (21 ppg) is having a great year. Sterling Miller is also solid, recording nearly a double-double every game. Finals: Fairfax vs. Westchester. INVITATIONAL DIVISION Top seeds: 1. Bell (17-6), 2. Roosevelt (18-8), Huntington Park (17-4), 4. University (19-12). Local teams: San Pedro (10-19). Outlook: Bell probably should have made the Championship Division but playing in the lowly Eastern League probably hurt it come seeding time. However, it won’t be a surprise if the Eagles, led by Daniel Torres (16.9 ppg) are the ones standing at the end. Finals: Bell vs. Huntington Park. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Even though today is Valentines Day, the Los Alamitos High boy’s basketball team doesn’t need any gifts because it already got a sweetheart deal from the CIF. Last season, the Griffins won their first CIF Southern Section title in school history when they defeated Jordan, 71-61, in the Division I-AA championship game. “It’s a tough division and maybe more importantly, it’s really balanced top to bottom,” May said. “I can think of 11 or 12 teams from just looking at our bracket that can win the title.” The Griffins enter the playoffs on a roll. Behind senior guard Cameron Jones and 6-foot-9 senior forward Clint Amberry, who are averaging 18 and 16 points a game, respectively, Los Alamitos (24-4) won the Sunset League title with a perfect 8-0 record and it’s currently riding a 16-game winning streak. The Griffins will begin their quest to win a second straight CIF-SS title at 7:30 p.m. Friday night when they host the winner of tonight’s Huntington Beach/Tustin game. “It’s a new year and a new team, but we do have three starters back from last season’s squad,” May said. “Hopefully some of the experience from winning a championship will carry over to this year.” Here’s a look at the rest of the divisions:
DOHA, Qatar – Justine Henin reached the quarterfinals of the Qatar Open after beating Alicia Molik of Australia 6-2, 7-6 (9). The second-ranked Henin, who won the Dubai Open last week, saved two set points in the tiebreaker and wasted four match points. Man sentenced in Jackson case INDIANAPOLIS – A man who hit former Indiana Pacers guard Stephen Jackson with a car during a fight outside a strip club last fall was sentenced to two years in prison. Deon Willford was convicted Feb. 12 of felony battery and a misdemeanor charge of failure to stop at the scene of an accident. Smith, the 2005 NFL coach of the year, led the Bears to a 15-4 record and their first NFC championship in more than two decades last season, where they lost to Indianapolis in the Super Bowl. Henin advances to quarterfinals DOHA, Qatar – Justine Henin reached the quarterfinals of the Qatar Open after beating Alicia Molik of Australia 6-2, 7-6 (9). The second-ranked Henin, who won the Dubai Open last week, saved two set points in the tiebreaker and wasted four match points. Man sentenced in Jackson case INDIANAPOLIS – A man who hit former Indiana Pacers guard Stephen Jackson with a car during a fight outside a strip club last fall was sentenced to two years in prison. Deon Willford was convicted Feb. 12 of felony battery and a misdemeanor charge of failure to stop at the scene of an accident. Dawson reunited with his father SEOUL, South Korea – More than two decades after he was lost in a South Korean market and eventually adopted in the United States, Olympics skier Toby Dawson was reunited with his father on Wednesday. They embraced, and Dawson said a Korean phrase he had learned for the meeting – “I’ve been waiting a long time, father.” Hugging his son at a hotel, Kim Jae-su teared up. Chicken toss out at Kansas State MANHATTAN, Kan. – The chicken toss has been declared off limits at Kansas State. For years, Kansas State students have smuggled live chickens into basketball games against Kansas, then thrown them onto the court – mocking their rival’s Jayhawk mascot. But an animal rights group objected to the mistreatment of chickens, and the school issued an open letter to fans this week calling for an end to the practice. Szczerbiak out for the season BOSTON – Celtics forward Wally Szczerbiak will have season-ending ankle surgery next week. Szczerbiak has missed significant time four of the last five seasons because of injuries. Federer triumphs again in Dubai DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – Roger Federer extended his career-best winning streak to 38 matches, defeating Daniele Bracciali 7-5, 6-3 Wednesday to advance to the quarterfinals of the Dubai Open. The top-seeded Federer will next face seventh-seeded Novak Djokovic, who beat Rainer Schuettler 7-6 (5), 6-3. Defending champion Rafael Nadal edged Igor Andreev 6-2, 3-6, 7-6 (2). Next for Nadal is Mikhail Youzhny, who topped No. 6 Tomas Berdych 7-6 (6), 6-3. – From wire reports 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!,LAKE FOREST, Ill. – The Chicago Bears signed coach Lovie Smith to a four-year contract extension through the 2011 season on Wednesday night. They also signed general manager Jerry Angelo to a contract extension through the 2013 season. Smith, the 2005 NFL coach of the year, led the Bears to a 15-4 record and their first NFC championship in more than two decades last season, where they lost to Indianapolis in the Super Bowl. Henin advances to quarterfinals LAKE FOREST, Ill. – The Chicago Bears signed coach Lovie Smith to a four-year contract extension through the 2011 season on Wednesday night. They also signed general manager Jerry Angelo to a contract extension through the 2013 season. Dawson reunited with his father SEOUL, South Korea – More than two decades after he was lost in a South Korean market and eventually adopted in the United States, Olympics skier Toby Dawson was reunited with his father on Wednesday. They embraced, and Dawson said a Korean phrase he had learned for the meeting – “I’ve been waiting a long time, father.” Hugging his son at a hotel, Kim Jae-su teared up. Chicken toss out at Kansas State MANHATTAN, Kan. – The chicken toss has been declared off limits at Kansas State. For years, Kansas State students have smuggled live chickens into basketball games against Kansas, then thrown them onto the court – mocking their rival’s Jayhawk mascot. But an animal rights group objected to the mistreatment of chickens, and the school issued an open letter to fans this week calling for an end to the practice. Szczerbiak out for the season BOSTON – Celtics forward Wally Szczerbiak will have season-ending ankle surgery next week. Szczerbiak has missed significant time four of the last five seasons because of injuries. Federer triumphs again in Dubai DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – Roger Federer extended his career-best winning streak to 38 matches, defeating Daniele Bracciali 7-5, 6-3 Wednesday to advance to the quarterfinals of the Dubai Open. The top-seeded Federer will next face seventh-seeded Novak Djokovic, who beat Rainer Schuettler 7-6 (5), 6-3. Defending champion Rafael Nadal edged Igor Andreev 6-2, 3-6, 7-6 (2). Next for Nadal is Mikhail Youzhny, who topped No. 6 Tomas Berdych 7-6 (6), 6-3. – From wire reports 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Wayne Rooney is expected to return to Manchester United’s starting XI against Norwich on Saturday.The United captain has missed the last three games with an ankle injury, but Louis van Gaal confirmed in his pre-match press conference that the 30-year-old has come through training unscathed this week.Rooney is in line to make his 500th appearance for the club at Old Trafford.United could also welcome back Chris Smalling and Ander Herrera against the Canaries, while Ashley Young has an outside chance of featuring.“Three or four players are coming back,” Van Gaal said.“They have trained a full week – Rooney has, for example. It is possible he can play, but we have to wait and see.“We have to decide if they can play or not because some players like Herrera have already been ‘out of the office’ for three or four weeks.”Rooney has only scored once for the club since October, and Van Gaal added: “I hope when he plays he scores a goal, because it is a big day for him.” Wayne Rooney 1
A 19 year old man has been jailed for a total fo 21 months after being found guilty of a burglary spree in Inishowen.Judge KellyThomas Ward, of no fixed abode, appeared at Letterkenny District Court today. Ward is already on remand at Castlerea Prison.The court heard that Ward broke into a number of premises including LIDL, ALDI, the Chicken Corner, Abrakebabra and Next To Nature in Buncrana starting on March 3rd last.He also broke into a number of private homes – one of which he ransacked.Judge Paul Kelly said “He has a terrible history. He appears to have gone from place to place and this was a complete spree.“It is appalling for a householder to come home and to find this,” he said.Judge Kelly said the prison services has bent over backwards to accommodate Ward.The court heard how Ward has a total of 23 previous convictions – many of them from Dublin.Solicitor Patsy Gallagher said Ward had a lot of history and asked for a chance for his client.Judge Kelly sentenced Ward to a total of 21 months.And he advised Ward “I hope you can engage with the court services or you will find yourself back here and make matters worse for yourself.”MAN GETS 21 MONTHS IN JAIL FOR BURGLARY SPREE was last modified: June 24th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:buncranaburglariesThomas Ward
Tottenham Hotspur have been dealt a huge blow in their chase for Aston Villa star Jack Grealish after the Midlands club’s new owners refused to let him go on the cheap.Villa boss Steve Bruce claims the American financer and Egyptian billionaire who now control the club will accept nothing less than a ‘premium’ for any of their star players. REVEALED 4 Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star Villa’s new financial clout should allow them to hold out for £40m for the winger IN DEMAND 4 Chelsea confident of beating Man United and Liverpool to Sancho signing This has not been enough to placate some fans however, worried that the lack of incomings could be the start of a long-term period of austerity as they struggle to cover the £1billion cost of their new stadium.Just two weeks remain for Spurs to dip into their transfer budget before the window slams shut early on August 9.The club could be forced to put out a second-string side for their opener against Newcastle two days later, with a league-leading NINE players having made it all the way to the World Cup’s final weekend and requiring a longer break.Earlier this summer Bruce told talkSPORT that Grealish could play ‘for any team’, such was the level of his talent. Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade three-way race 4 TOP WORK Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland LATEST Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer LATEST TRANSFER NEWS LIVING THE DREAM targets targets Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January Bruce’s job could be under threat with Henry, who was Belgium’s assistant manager at the World Cup, reportedly being lined up moving on Grealish was one of the stars of Villa’s run to the Championship play-off final last season While Spurs have reportedly tabled a £20million offer for Grealish, Villa are said to be holding out for double that amount, and as their dire financial situation has now been eased, they can afford to play hardball.Bruce told reporters: “I know for a fact from the owners – new investors – anybody wanting to buy Jack Grealish will not buy him on the cheap.“So if anybody is going to buy one of our players now they are going to have to pay a premium.”Spurs are still yet to make a signing this summer, but have tied the likes of Harry Kane, Heung-Min Son and Erik Lamela down to new long-term deals, as well as boss Mauricio Pochettino. Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? RANKED Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Villa boss Bruce claims the new owners will not sell any of the club’s stars on the cheap 4 The winger, who chose to hold out for an England call-up rather than accept an offer to play international football for Ireland, was one of Villa’s key men last year as they reached the Championship play-off final.After defeat to Fulham at Wembley, it was expected that Grealish would follow John Terry out of the exit door in favour of a Premier League side.But with Villa holding firm, he may be set for another season in the second tier.Bruce himself has been placed in a precarious position by the takeover, with rumours circulating that the new owners could replace him with Thierry Henry, who left his role as a Sky Sports pundit to pursue a managerial career.
Gardaí in Donegal are advising parents to talk to their teens about alcohol and drugs ahead of Friday’s Junior Cert Results night out.Over 2,300 students in Donegal will be receiving their Junior Cert results on 4th October – which is always a day of mixed emotions and celebrations for young people.Many of those teenagers will also attend underage discos, and Gardaí are advising parents to have an ‘honest chat’ with their children before they go out. Gardaí will be on patrol in Letterkenny for the teenage disco on Friday night.They had this advice for parents: “Please ensure that you know who your child will be attending the disco with, what their travel arrangements are and how much money they will be taking with them.“If they only have an essential amount of money with them for travel, club entry and a bite to eat/soft drinks then the hope is that they won’t be in a position to give in to the temptations that are out there. “Please have an honest chat with your child about alcohol and drugs and establish a genuine trust where these issues are concerned. Ensure that their phone is charged and has credit on it.” The notice added: “We understand that it is a worrying time when your child is attending a disco but we hope that collectively we can all do our bit to ensure that they have a safe but enjoyable time!” Warning for Donegal parents ahead of Junior Cert results discos was last modified: October 3rd, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:discosjunior cert resultsPARENTS
Fulham’s development side lost 2-1 against a strong West Bromwich Albion team on Monday eveningSteven Humphrys’ deflected shot put the Whites ahead at Kidderminster’s Aggborough ground, where Albion’s line-up included Callum McManaman – recently linked with QPR – as well as Cristian Gamboa and Sebastien Pocognoli.Andre Wright equalised with a penalty eight minutes into the second half after Rekeem Harper was brought down by Fulham keeper Magnus NormanAnd Tyrell Robinson headed in the winner after being set up by Brad Sweeney.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook