Stephen Myler kicked six penalties as Northampton inflicted an 18-17 Aviva Premiership defeat on Worcester in a poor game at Sixways.The outside half was successful with six out of seven kicks, with severe ill-discipline costing the home side, who for much of the game were the more creative side.They scored two tries through Dean Hammond and Bryce Heem with Jamie Shilcock converting both and adding a penalty.Prior to the game, Northampton needed only a single try for their 1,000th in the Premiership but they never looked like achieving it.Ben Foden made his 200th appearance for Saints but they started badly as Shillcock kicked a penalty to give Worcester a third-minute lead.Northampton soon replied with a simple Myler penalty before the hosts scored an excellent try.From a ruck inside the opposition 22, Worcester secured possession for Shillcock to send Wynand Olivier through a gap before the centre gave Hammond a simple run-in.The visitors suffered two further setbacks in quick succession when skipper Sam Dickinson was helped off with a leg injury to be replaced by Ben Nutley. Myler was then surprisingly off-target with a straightforward penalty attempt.The night got worse for Saints when experienced scrum-half Lee Dickson left the field with a rib injury as Worcester continued to the be the better side.However, Warriors kept conceding penalties, nine in the first half-hour, which prevented them from capitalising and this allowed a disjointed Northampton to remain in contention.The 10th and 12th penalties saw Myler succeed with two kicks at goal so his side only trailed 10-9 at the end of a first half during which they had been largely outplayed.The home sides ill-discipline continued after the restart and after Ryan Mills was yellow carded, Myler put Saints in front with his fourth penalty after 45 minutes.With Mills still absent, Myler extended the lead with a further penalty but that was all Saints could manage while the centre was in the sin-bin.Worcester brought on Heem for his first game of the season in place of Cooper Vuna with lock Donncha OCallaghan also withdrawn in favour of Andrew Kitchener.Back to 15 men, Worcester regained control and were denied a try by the TMO after a burst from Olivier had put the Saints defence on the back foot.As a result, Northampton still led 15-10 at the end of the third quarter but their line was under constant pressure.In an attempt to stem the tide, they made three substitutions bringing on James Craig, Ethan Waller and Tom Collins to provide fresh legs and it paid dividends as Saints secured some respite with a sixth penalty from Myler.However there was a dramatic finish for when Heem finished off a flowing movement to score, Callum Clark was sin-binned for foul play after the award of the try.Shillcock converted from the touchline and then with the last kick of match he had a penalty from half-way to win the match but his effort faded wide. DOnta Foreman Jersey . Calgary scored on the first shift, and Michael Cammalleri scored twice as the Flames cruised to a 5-2 win over the Washington Capitals on Saturday. Joel Heath Jersey .Y. - Rob Manfred was promoted Monday to Major League Baseballs chief operating officer, which may make him a candidate to succeed Bud Selig as commissioner. http://www.officialauthentictexansstore.com/authentic-andre-johnson-jersey.html ., and Rudi Swiegers of Kipling, Sask., took sixth spot on Saturday in pairs at the NHK Trophy ISU Grand Prix figure skating competition. Custom Houston Texans Jerseys . Brandon Morrow allowed five runs on six hits over three innings. He struck out two, walked one and hit a batter. Edwin Encarnacion had a two-out, bases loaded two-RBI double in the third inning. Shane Lechler Jersey . Jon Montgomerys gold medal in skeleton at the Whistler Sliding Centre and his subsequent auctioning off of a pitcher of beer in the village square elevated him to folk-hero status. The NRL is confident Parramatta will become one of rugby leagues most successful clubs again after the Eels Leagues Club board was replaced with an administrator following NSW State Government intervention.The NSW Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority (ILGA) announced on Tuesday that it would replace the board with a temporary administrator, Max Donnelly of Ferrier Hodgson.Donnelly has previously worked as an administrator with former NRL club North Sydney Bears in 2000.The decision effectively removes the Eels football club board as well. The two boards are mirrors of each other, sharing the same seven directors. Directors must sit on the leagues club board to be on the other.In a media release on Tuesday afternoon the ILGA said it was of the opinion the clubs board had ceased to be effective as a governing body.The board had consisted of chairman Steve Sharp, deputy chairman Tom Issa and directors Peter Serrao, Geoff Gerard, Paul Garrard, Tanya Gadiel and Andrew Cordwell.The decision follows an application by the ILGA and after NSW deputy premier Troy Grant expressed deep concerns about the NRL club and its direction in the wake of the salary cap saga.The ILGA Board wished to make it clear that the appointment of a temporary administrator does not relate to any suggestion of insolvency, the ILGA statement read.The temporary administrator will remain in place until the ILGA board otherwise orders.NRL CEO Todd Greenberg said it was a necessary move.Our only interest is to help Parramatta become a strong and successful club again, Greenberg said.That will only hhappen if the club has a strong back office with the highest standards of governance.ddddddddddddThis decision paves the way for the Eels to get back on the right path for the fans, coach and football team.The NRL will work closely with the administrator to make that happen as quickly as possible.The move was welcomed by ClubsNSW.Unfortunately, in recent years the (Parramatta) club has been beset by instability, caused by governance failure, and there is a clear and urgent need for this situation to be rectified, Clubs NSW said in a statement.ClubsNSW shares the concerns of the NSW Government, the football community and Parramatta Leagues members and believes there is a strong case for the appointment of an administrator under Section 41A of the Registered Clubs Act.Such an appointment would ensure the club is placed on a sound governance footing, thereby allowing for a future board to be democratically elected by the Clubs members.We note that this course of action has the support of the Clubs former Chairman Steve Sharp, other directors and the CEO.As the peak representational body for the NSW club industry, ClubsNSW will support the administrator in the work of instituting a governance model that meets community expectations.According to estimates the Parramatta football club will suffer a loss of around $10 million this year, brought about in large part due to the Eels salary cap dramas.The Eels won their last premiership in 1986. Jerseys NFL Cheap Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping Cheap NFL Jerseys China Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap ' ' '