Belichick, who also won his sixth title, paid tribute to his players as he received plenty of praise for keeping the Rams to just three points.”This is just a great day for our football team. Obviously (owner) Mr. (Robert) Kraft put this all together, but it’s all about the players,” he told ESPN. Related News “These guys worked so hard all year, they just competed every week and they competed today like champions. They played like champions.”Count ‘em. That’s six for Belichick and Brady! #SBLIII pic.twitter.com/cQNxqjoEnr— NFL (@NFL) February 4, 2019A fourth-quarter touchdown from Sony Michel proved decisive for the Patriots, who joined the Steelers with six Super Bowl titles.Asked about stopping the Rams, Belichick said his players deserved all the credit. Patriots coach Bill Belichick praised his team for delivering a performance of “champions” in its Super Bowl 53 win over the Rams.The Patriots won a record-equaling sixth Super Bowl with a 13-3 victory over the Rams in Atlanta on Sunday, in the lowest-scoring game in the history of the NFL marquee contest. Super Bowl 53: Rams’ Sean McVay admits ‘I definitely got outcoached’ “They’re a great football team, they’re very well coached. It’s really about the players,” he said.”They made the plays, they stopped the run, tackled the quarterback, they covered the receivers, we covered kicks and we moved the ball and made plays when we had to.” Super Bowl 53: Three takeaways from the Patriots’ win over the Rams
Mallard’s Source for sports would like to salute the participants with Team of the Week honours.The competitors included, Marcello Piro, Dominic Cerone, Vito Tumillo Luca, Len Maida, Carmine Richichi, Michelle March, Giuseppe Bertuzzi, Joe Sacino, Vincenzo Rendina, Alphonso Bertoia, Fred Tironese, Nick Murano, segio Peloso, Joe Guuercio, Jayden Maida, Gino Maida, Mario Arcovio, Vince DeVito, Len Arabia, Fortunato Giovolluci, Vince Toteda and Giudo Babiun. The Nelson Italian Society recently staged its annual Bocce tournament at Lakeside Rotary Park.Competitors from throughout the Kootenays, and Italy, flocked to Nelson to play in the prestigious event, with the Nelson/Italy team of Vito Tumillo and Vincenzo Rendini taking home the top prize.Cranbrook’s Vince Toteda and Joe Sacino won the B event.