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Thurles plays host to its first meeting of 2015 this afternoon.

first_imgHaving been an impressive 11 length winner of a Navan handicap chase last time out Mount Colah looks set to start favourite in the Listed Thurles Races Supporters Club Chase.Arnaud looks his biggest challenger in this afternoons highlight at 1.25.Aidan O’Brien doesn’t have too many runners over jumps these days but MacBride did him proud through the summer, winning three bumpers, and he runs for the first time over hurdles in the opening INH Stallion Owners EBF Maiden Hurdle under Mark Walsh who leads the jockeys championship at present.last_img

Mozgov is a Lakers game-time decision vs. Golden State

first_img“Now I’m good,” Mozgov said. “I’m good now.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error EL SEGUNDO — After completing morning shootaround Friday without any reported setbacks, Lakers center Timofey Mozgov is considered a game-time decision for when the Lakers (2-3) host the Golden State Warriors (4-1) tonight at Staples Center.Mozgov said he will see a doctor Friday afternoon to determine his status after suffering a soft tissue contusion around his left eye and a laceration in his mouth during Tuesday’s loss in Indiana.After missing Wednesday’s win in Atlanta, Mozgov had tests Thursday that came back negative for any fractures or concussions. Lakers coach Luke Walton added the doctors will monitor how Mozgov feels after completing conditioning drills.“My eye is kind of OK, I have some problems,” Mozgov said at the Lakers’ practice facility three days after getting poked in the eye by Pacers forward Lavoy Allen. “But I feel confident I’m good. My lips right now bother me a little more than my eye.”center_img Mozgov has encountered various limitations after receiving four stitches to repair his lacerated mouth thanks to an inadvertent elbow from Pacers guard Jeff Teague.“I can’t eat. I can’t drink. I can’t kiss my wife,” Mozgov said, drawing laughter. “My wife still loves me.”Walton maintained that Mozgov will start if considered healthy after averaging 8.5 points and 6.0 rebounds through three regular-season games. If not, Lakers rookie center Ivica Zubac could start again after posting six points on 3-of-3 shooting and four fouls against Atlanta.“He missed a couple of passes today,” Walton said. “I don’t know if that had anything to do with the vision.”Mozgov said it did not.last_img read more