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North Melbourne defender Michael Firrito remains confused by the contentious deliberate rushed behind decision which cost the Kangaroos an early goal in Saturday nights costly loss to Port Adelaide. .Firrito was being tackled by Power forward Charlie Dixon in the goalsquare when he sent a handball across the goal-line.Umpire Justin Schmitt penalised Firrito, gifting Ports Jay Schulz the easiest of goals.There were other players in the vicinity I was trying to handball to and it went through the behinds, Firrito told reporters on Sunday.Im a little bit confused.Ninth-placed Port went on to win the match by 28 points and keep their slim finals hopes alive.North Melbourne have slipped all the way to eighth spot after a sixth loss in their past seven matches.Less than a month after he was fined $30,000 for unloading on the umpires, it was understandable when Kangaroos coach Brad Scott decided not to tee off regarding the controversial decision against Firrito.We wont be seeking clarification, Im sure there will be enough comment on it, Scott said.But Scott added North would definitely be interested in the wash-up from the incident.Whatever the AFL says in response to the questions that everyone will ask, weve got to take note of it because we dont want to be giving away free kicks like that again, he said.That and Ports second goal moments later, when North lost a defensive ruck duel and the ball landed in Chad Wingards lap, set the scene for another loss.Port blitzed North with 6.3 to five behinds in the first quarter as Kangaroos star Todd Goldstein struggled against part-time ruckman Jackson Trengove.Goldstein has struggled for form since a knee injury in round 10, but Scott said the ruckman would not want any excuses.Hed be really frustrated if he thought that anyone was giving him an excuse or alibi for poor performance, Scott said.Hes a really proud footballer ... so hed be disappointed.My job as coach is to help him. . "Thank you for the warm welcome," Beckham said on an 80-degree February morning. In this case, it was soccer weather. The sport moved a step closer to returning to South Florida on Wednesday, when Beckham confirmed he has exercised his option to purchase a Major League Soccer expansion franchise in Miami. . The mixed zone is not a place to make friends. . Bjorn, who had a 36-hole total of 8-under 134, made a testing six-foot putt to save par on the 16th and a birdie on the 17th before bogeying the final hole after a misjudged approach shot. American Kevin Streelman was in second place after shooting a 69. SOUTH KINGSTOWN, R.I. -- The founder of the Rhode Island-based Institute for International Sport pillaged his creation, a prosecutor argued Monday.Closing arguments were held in Washington County Superior Court in the trial of Dan Doyle, a former college basketball coach and boxing promoter for Sugar Ray Leonard, who created and ran the institute.Doyle, of West Hartford, Connecticut, faces 18 counts, including embezzlement and forgery. Prosecutors said Doyle couldnt account for hundreds of thousands of dollars in grants from the Rhode Island state government and gifts from two philanthropists.Defense attorney Michael Blanchard argued there may be some civil liability resulting from the institutes finances, but no criminal act. He also suggested the institutes board may be to blame.But prosecutor J. Patrick Youngs told jurors the board existed only on paper and that Doyle ran the institute, which was founded iin 1986 with the stated purpose of bringing young people together and advance peace through sports and the arts. He created it, and he pillaged it, Youngs said.Youngs pointed to evidence that Doyle had approved his own salary increases and bonuses and had spent institute money on private college tuition bills for his daughters and cosmetic eye surgery.Blanchard argued everything about Doyles compensation and benefits at the institute was transparent.The two-monthlong trial began in September and was briefly delayed when Doyle was hospitalized for an undisclosed medical condition that his family said was related to stress from the case.Doyle also at one point threatened a sit-in and hunger strike in the courtroom over his complaints that he was not receiving a fair trial. Wholesale NFL JerseysWholesale Nike NFL Jerseys NFL Jerseys From China Cheap Nike Basketball Jerseys Wholesale Hockey Jerseys China Nike Baseball Jerseys Cheap College Jerseys ChinaCheap Football Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Canada Wholesale NHL Jerseys Canada Wholesale Nike MLB Jerseys Canada Cheap NBA Jerseys Authentic Canada Stitched Soccer Jerseys Canada Cheap Jerseys Canada NFL ' ' '