Since making his Leicester City debut in a League Cup tie against Hull City in October 2015, Chilwell has gone on to make 123 appearances for the Club in all competitions, including 99 in the Premier League. He scored four times for the Foxes during that period – most recently in a 1-1 draw against Watford towards the end of last season. His performances with Leicester City have seen him establish himself at international level, making 11 senior England appearances to date, including a Three Lions debut in a friendly against Switzerland at King Power Stadium in September 2018. read also:Drinkwater touts Chilwell for Chelsea switch Ben leaves with the best wishes of everyone at Leicester City, and the Club would like to thank him for his contribution to an exciting period for the team and its fans as they look forward to another season of European football. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Leicester City Football Club have confirmed that an agreement has been reached for the sale of Ben Chilwell to Chelsea for an undisclosed fee. The 23-year-old left-back came through the ranks of Leicester City’s Academy and his transfer will see the Stamford Bridge side pay one of the largest transfer fees ever received by the Foxes. Advertisement
Batesville 7th grade improved to 9-1 on the season with a 43-17 victory over Sunman Dearborn Middle School. It was an all-around team effort that propelled Batesville to victory. Batesville was very tough on defense that limited the opponent on offense. Scoring for the dogs was Carson Laker(11), Jacob Stenger(8), Will Jaisle(5), Cade Kaiser(4), Grant Goldsmith(3), Javier Jimenez(3), Mason Jones(3), Gage Pohlman(2), Keegan Walke(2), and Jake Chapman(2).8th grade fell to Sunman Dearborn 35-31. The Bulldogs got off to a good start leading 20-15 at halftime with the help of Conner Drake offensively scoring 13 points. It was close all night but ultimately could not capitalize on enough opportunities late in the game. Drake was the leading scorer with 13 points, followed by Jack Grunkemeyer (7), Sam Johnson (4), Chris Lewis (3), Carter Bohman (2), and Brendan Heiser (2). 8th grade moves to 6-4 on the season.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Ty Burcham.
With three of the key Hunters players – Justin Olam, Bland Abavu and Adex Wera – suspended following a video review after last week’s game against the Townsville Blackhawks, Hunters coach Michael Marum added Wartovo Puara Jnr, Adam Korave and Nixon Borana in backing the team.Meanwhile, the Pride are playing for exactly that and have shown plenty in their last three matches with wins over Burleigh and Tweed, as well as a narrow 22-20 loss to the Blackhawks.Coach Marum is still impressed with the team despite last week’s loss to the Blackhawks, however, they have won the Round 13 clash 22-6 over the Pride and they look confident.The Hunters are looking to win this away match against the tenth-placed Northern Pride at the Barlow Park on Sunday.This weekend’s team includes;1. Stargroth Amean 2. Butler Morris 3. Noel Zeming (c) 4. Edward Goma 5. Philimon Kimisive 6. Ase Boas 7. Watson Boas 8. Enock Maki 9. Warren Glare 10. Esau Siune 11. Timothy Lomai 12. Ishamel Baikawa 13. Brandy Peter 14. Gahuna Silas 15. Adam Korave (c) 16. Benjamin Hetra 17. Nickson Borana 18. Wartovo Puara Jnr 19. Atte Bina Wabo.