View Comments Broadway.com has gone to the dogs (and cats!) in honor of Broadway Barks, the 16th annual adoption event that helps pets of all shapes and sizes find homes. The event kicks off on July 12 at 3 PM, but we can’t wait until then to salute our furry friends. So, we want to know, of all the animal characters featured Broadway shows, from the studious Doctor Dillamond in Wicked to the glamorous Grizabella in Cats, which would you like to adopt and bring home with you? Do you want to have “Suppertime” with Snoopy from You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown? Go “Under the Sea” with Sebastian from The Little Mermaid? Browse porn on the internet with Trekkie Monster from Avenue Q? Cast your vote below!
Luiten bogeyed the opening hole but chipped in twice for birdie – on the sixth and 16th – and also holed from 40ft across the 17th green for another birdie to delight the large galleries. Jimenez, already the oldest winner in European Tour history after his win in the Hong Kong Open aged 48 and 318 days last November, carded 16 pars, one birdie and one bogey in his round, but fellow overnight leader Pablo Larrazabal slumped to a 77. Larrazabal’s round got off to a nightmare start with a triple-bogey seven on the first and although he birdied the seventh after a bogey on the fifth, a back nine of 38 ended his chances of a third European Tour title. McGrane, whose sole European Tour title to date in the 2008 China Open came in similar conditions, said: “It was really enjoyable, my short game was razor sharp which you need in tough conditions. I managed not to drop any shots all day which was a great achievement I am very content. “I enjoyed it only because I was able to hang in there and picked up a couple of birdies close to the end which turned it into a very good day. When the conditions get tough it falls back on chipping and putting and today I was pretty good at it. “Some of the holes are brutal, especially on the front nine, and when I weathered as far as number six I knew it would get a little easier. I’ve been showing reasonable form so I am looking forward to getting to this time tomorrow evening and see what it brings.” McGrane sits on eight under – two shots off the lead – alongside France’s Julie Quesne, with three-time winner Simon Dyson and fellow Englishman Oliver Fisher a shot further back after matching 71s. Holland’s Joost Luiten rewarded the home fans for braving some miserable conditions by claiming a narrow lead with a four-under-par 66 at Kennemer Golf Club to finish 10 under par, one ahead of overnight leader Miguel Angel Jimenez who battled to a level-par 70. Ireland’s Damien McGrane returned a flawless 67 to move into a share of third place after the third round of the KLM Open at Zandvoort. Press Association
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Manchester City playmaker Kevin De Bruyne suffers injury against Everton 1 Manchester City have been dealt a blow with the agent of Kevin De Bruyne claiming the playmaker is likely to be sidelined for around six weeks.Belgium international De Bruyne suffered knee and ankle injuries in Wednesday’s League Cup semi-final win over Everton.The 24-year-old scored a vital – albeit controversial – goal and set up another after coming off the bench in the 3-1 win at the Etihad Stadium, before being carried off late on following an awkward fall.He appeared to get his studs caught in the turf and then landed on his knee as City closed in on their 4-3 aggregate triumph, which sealed a final trip to Wembley to face Liverpool.Initial medical reports suggest the problem is not related to the cruciate ligament, but the player’s representative Patrick De Koster has claimed the midfielder would likely be out of action for around six weeks.“Kevin is sad. His dream is to always be playing football. He will miss games like the League Cup final and in the Champions League, which are important,” De Koster told Sky Sports News.“But he knows they [City] are a good team, that the other players will do what they have to do, and maybe win the game for him, and also that [injuries] is what happens in football.“He is sad, of course, but he told me, ‘this [happens] in a match, [is something] which can arrive in football, and the only thing I can do is to work hard and to come back’.”The full extent of the injury is yet to be determined, but De Koster feels the midfielder will not be able to return to action until the end of February at the earliest.“[It is] the tear in the ankle and also the lateral [knee] ligaments are such that I think for sure he will need six weeks of rehabilitation, but they are still going to do some more medical [tests] today and at the end of the day,” he added.“So maybe tomorrow morning we will have the final news about the time he will need to be 100 per cent again.”