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An embattled BCCI is set to convene a meeting of its legal committee next week to discuss the Supreme Courts verdict that made it binding upon the board to implement the majority of the Lodha Committees recommendations within six months. Wholesale Air Max 97 Australia . Officials of the board and state associations, which are required to carry out the recommendations concurrently with the BCCI, said the judgment was on expected lines.Nothing unexpected, nothing unusual. This was on the cards only, a BCCI official well versed in legal matters told ESPNcricinfo. He conceded the board had no wriggle room, and effectively ruled out the option of reviewing the verdict. There is nothing to debate on it. You simply have to just adopt it. Thats what Supreme Court has asked us to do.There is no scope for analysis. What are we going to gain [by reviewing the order]? The Lodha Committee has done everything, so we just have to put in place what it has laid down.The official, however, said it would be difficult for state associations to implement the recommendations within the time frame. The BCCI will do it, but state associations might take a little longer to adopt the same changes, he said.They will all have to amend their constitutions in line with the BCCIs.Meanwhile, state associations are treading cautiously, and waiting for guidance from the BCCI on their next course of action. Officials of five state associations that ESPNcricinfo spoke to confirmed they would firm up their plans after they heard from the BCCI. We are waiting for the official correspondence from the BCCI, Unmesh Khanvilkar, Mumbai Cricket Association joint-secretary said. Once we get that, we will have a discussion about the verdict. We have a meeting of our managing committee on July 24, and if we get a correspondence from the BCCI by then we will discuss it there.The BCCI official said officials entrenched in state associations would be unwilling to giving up their position of influence easily. You cant be an office bearer, but there is nothing that stops you from being a committee member, he said. They will install their trusted allies in their place. The incumbent office bearer can sit in the committee and oversee everything.G Gangaraju, BCCI vice-president and Andhra Cricket Association secretary, who will have to step down by virtue of being over the stipulated age-limit of 70, had suggested former officials could still have a role to play in the functioning of state associations. We can guide the people. We may not be office bearers but we can always look into [how] things are going on, he said.It is also understood former BCCI president N Srinivasan, who has remained Tamil Nadu Cricket Association president since 2002-03, intends to continue functioning in the state body in a different role. We discussed the situation yesterday. He has to step down as president, but there can be some other position in which we can use his assistance, a TNCA insider said. So long as it is not an elected office, he can function in any manner.That is not an issue, which is why he is not particularly perturbed with the judgement. Cheap Air Max 97 Australia . The 26-year-old Ireland striker, who has four goals this season, has signed a three-and-a-half year contract with his new club. Wholesale Air Max 97 Australia Free Shipping . And follow TSN.ca right through Deadline Day for all the updates. From Pierre LeBrun While Anaheim GM Bob Murray said earlier this season he was not going to trade Jonas Hiller despite the fact hes an unrestricted free agent on July 1, some sources have told TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun that Murray might be willing to move another goalie. http://www.airmax97clearanceaustralia.com/ . It says Pocklingtons lawyer filed the appeal Friday in a California court. CTV Edmonton also says Pocklington gave a $100,000 cash deposit as part of the conditions of his bail, and that he will be out on bail until his appeal is heard. ST. ANDREWS -- Inbee Park caught bad end of the draw at St. Andrews, made worse by not having her best golf. Before she can think about a chance to make history as the first golfer to win four professional majors in the same season, Park faced a more immediate concern Friday afternoon in the Womens British Open -- how to make up an eight-shot deficit against Na Yeon Choi. "Im so far back," Park said after a birdie on the final hole to salvage a 1-over 73. "We need some tough conditions." The last time there was talk about a Grand Slam in this area of Scotland was 11 years ago, across the Firth of Forth at Muirfield, where Tiger Woods was going for the third leg of the slam. A nasty storm that arrived without warning blew him off course to an 81 in the third round and that was the end of it. This wind at St. Andrews was the strongest of the week, though nothing out of the ordinary. Na Yeon Choi played four groups behind Park and turned in a command performance, making six birdies for a 5-under 67 that gave her a one-shot lead over Miki Saiki of Japan going into the weekend. Saiki set the Old Course record for the Womens British Open with a 66 in the morning, where the only nuisance was a few bursts of showers. Chois 67 was 8.4 shots better than the average score of those who played in the afternoon, and one of only three rounds in the 60s. Conditions were so demanding that when Choi was asked to give details of her six birdies, she couldnt recall much further back than the 17th hole. "Five hours out there, this kind of weather, its hard to remember," she said. Its a round Park would like to forget, one that will make her quest even more difficult to add to her trio of majors this year. "A little bit of everything wasnt working well out there today," Park said. "I dont feel like I played horrible today. A little bit unlucky with the draw, not playing in the morning when its lovely. But thats the way it is." Her problems started on the opening hole, when her approach over the Swilcan Burn rode the wind and bounced beyond the green some 50 feet from the flag. Her chip only got halfway there, and she two-putted for bogey. Park was never under par at any point in her round. A birdie on the sixth was offset by a three-putt bogey on the 10th. A birdie on the 12th was followed by a bogey on the 13th, in part due to a bad break. On the toughest driving hole on the back nine, Park hit her best tee shot -- only for it to roll into a sand-filled divot. Her approach came up just short of the green, and she hit putter down the slope and 10 feet past the cup. Her approach to the 17th ran up the left side of the Road Hole Bunker and left her about 60 feet, and she hit another poor lag -- short and 8 feet to the right -- leading to her second three-putt of the round, and fourth of the tournament. At least she still had 36 holes -- and plenty of hope -- remaining to get back in the race. It was tough for everyone in the afternoon --- except for Choi, who had a score that looked as if she were on the New Course -- and Park isnt ruling herself out. Air Max 97 Australia From China. Neither is anyone else. "The tough, gritty players can win this," Stacy Lewis said after a hard-fought 72 left her five shots behind. "Anybody under par is not out of this." Morgan Pressel took another step toward locking up a spot on the Solheim Cup team with a 70 in the morning, leaving her two shots out of the lead. She now can think squarely about the Womens British Open, and perhaps adding a second major to the Kraft Nabisco Championship she won in 2007 as an 18-year-old. Nicole Castrale, also making a last-ditch effort to make the Solheim Cup team, shot 34 on the tough back nine for a 70 and was in the group at 7-under 137 that included Jee Young Lee and Suzann Pettersen. Choi is a former U.S. Womens Open champion, so she has proved she can handle difficult conditions. What helped was having her entire team with her this week -- notably her Irish coach, Robin Symes, and his friend, who is working as a caddie. Her game management coaches, Pia Nilsson and Lynn Marriott, also are at St. Andrews. She had to handle the blustery wind by herself. "I had a daily goal, so I just tried to stick with the goal," Choi said. "It could be like par is 74 or 75 today. But I didnt care -- par 3, par 4, par 5, doesnt matter to me. I just try to play one shot at a time, and I think thats why I had great results." Even as the second round was finishing, it was clear this was a special round. Birdies were mainly available on the outward nine, and it was all about hanging on from the 12th through the 17th holes. Choi hit a 3-hybrid off the tee on the 16th and a 3-wood into the green, and she hit driver and 3-wood to finish just short of the 17th green in two. From about 45 yards, she putted the ball to 3 feet for a tough par. Park spoke about having nerves before she teed off Thursday. She conceded after the second round she felt the pressure of this historic chance when she first arrived at St. Andrews. She didnt see it as a burden, but an opportunity, saying that no matter what happens this week, it would teach her to handle any situation the rest of her career. "When you experience something big like this, some kind of big pressure like this, youre just really not afraid of any kind of pressure," Park said. "How can it get bigger than this? Anything is going to be less than this." After making birdie on the 18th, she did an interview with ESPN and then Golf Channel. After that, she stopped for a group of Korean TV reporters, who shouted instructions on where she should stand and to the two employees holding microphones. When she spoke to 10 reporters afterward, someone asked if she imagined having so much media gathered around her to ask so many questions. "Well, this is pretty much the only week Im going to get that much, so I should enjoy this moment," Park said. ' ' ' 
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