Almost Friday Sports Club: The Best Of The Week

It’s the end of the week, and that means it’s time for Almost Friday Sports Club! In this edition, we take a look back at the best of the week in sports. From NBA playoffs to MLB divisional series, there was plenty of action to keep us entertained this week. Let’s jump right into it and see what all the fuss was about!


Almost Friday Sports Club: The Best Of The Week

It’s almost Friday and that means it’s time for Almost Friday Sports Club. This week we have the best of the footballing world to share with you. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the best of the week in football!

First up on our list is Liverpool who kicked off their Premier League campaign with a 2-1 victory over Swansea. Philippe Coutinho was on hand to score both goals – his first for Liverpool since moving from Barcelona last summer. Next up, Manchester United faced off against Everton in a match that ended in a 2-2 draw. Paul Pogba opened the scoring in the 31st minute but Romelu Lukaku scored United’s equaliser just before halftime. In Sunday’s games, Chelsea cruised to a 4-0 win over Huddersfield Town while Tottenham Hotspur came away from Brighton & Hove Albion with a 1-0 victory thanks to Harry Kane’s late goal. Finally, Arsenal faced off against Bournemouth in an entertaining match that ended 1-1 after 90 minutes. Aaron Ramsey scored for Arsenal early in the second half but Artur Boruc equalised shortly after.


Almost Friday Sports Club: The Best Of The Week

Welcome to the Almost Friday Sports Club. This week we have some great sports content for you to enjoy. First up, we have a look at the best basketball moments from this past week. Check out some incredible dunks and alley-oops, as well as thrilling game-winning shots. Next up, we have some exciting news from the world of sport. Barcelona and Real Madrid are set to clash in a World Cup semi final rematch, and there is sure to be plenty of action and excitement along the way. Finally, we bring you our weekly roundup of all things sports related. Here you will find the latest news and updates from across the web, so make sure to check it out!


Baseball is back in action and there are some great games to be watched this weekend. Here are the top stories from the week in baseball:

1. Edwin Encarnacion hit his 30th home run of the season, leading the Blue Jays to a victory over the Rangers.

2. Bryce Harper reached base five times in a game for the first time this season, helping Washington beat Tampa Bay 7-6.

3. The Cubs clinched their spot in the playoffs with a victory over Milwaukee, while Minnesota lost to Chicago 10-8.

4. Jose Bautista hit his 38th homer of the season, leading Toronto to a victory over Detroit.

5. The Red Sox defeated Baltimore 8-7 in ten innings, giving them an outright American League East title and a chance at their second straight championship.


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Welcome to Almost Friday Sports Club! This week we have some great content for you. First up is Softball, where we take a look at some of the best moments from around the league. Next up is Soccer, where we highlight a fantastic goal from Japan’s Urawa Reds. Finally, we finish things off with Baseball, where we give you an update on some of the top storylines from around the league. Enjoy!


The best sports stories of the week include a soccer player who uses her cleats to save a cat, a college football coach’s hilarious rant, and an athlete’s inspiring story. In other news, Serena Williams is pregnant and Tiger Woods is out of the Masters. Here are the top stories:

1. A soccer player used her cleats to save a cat from a tree in danger.

2. A college football coach had an interesting rant after his team’s loss.

3. An athlete’s inspirational story shows that anything is possible if you put your mind to it.

Swimming and Diving

Almost Friday Sports Club: The Best Of The Week

This is the best of the week in Almost Friday Sports Club! This week we have a few articles about swimming and diving. In the first article, we talk about Swimming Technique Tips For Faster Times. This will help you swim faster in any stroke and get better times! The second article is about How To Improve Your Dive Technique. This can help you dive with more accuracy, control and power to reach your diving goals!

Cross Country

We have put together a list of the best of the week in cross country running. This includes races, performances, and news that we think you will find interesting. Please note that all times are in EST.

1) New York Times Bestselling Author, Speaker and Coach Jerry Rice Retires from NFL

Jerry Rice, one of the greatest players to ever grace an NFL field, announced his retirement from professional football on Monday. The 49-year-old Hall of Famer played 18 seasons with the San Francisco 49ers before finishing his career with the Oakland Raiders. In total, he amassed 13,849 receiving yards and 98 touchdowns. “It’s time,” Rice told ESPN’s Josina Anderson during a press conference announcing his decision. “I just don’t see myself playing professionally anymore.”

2) United States Women’s Cross Country Champions Named

The United States women’s cross country team claimed their second consecutive national championship title at the IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Edinburgh, Scotland on Sunday morning. The U.S.women defeated Kenya by over fifteen minutes to earn their fourth world title in five years and sixth overall (men have won sixteen world championships). thirty-one year old phenom Ethiopia’s Genzebe Dibaba finished second for Eritrea, completing a clean sweep for African runners in this year’s edition of this prestigious event (the men’s race was won by Kenya’s Eliud K


It has been a hectic week at Almost Friday Sports Club and we have rounded up some of our favourite sports stories and articles from the past seven days. From incredible performances by athletes to heart-wrenching news stories, there was something for everyone in this edition of Almost Friday Sports Club. We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we enjoyed compiling it!

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