Englands Mel Reid was forced to take on Japans Haru Nomura and Mika Miyazato on her own in the fourballs at the UL International Crown in Chicago. Playing partner Charley Hull, who she teamed up with to great effect on day one, was taken ill and unable to compete and Reid did remarkably well to take the match to the 18th, eventually losing out by one hole.In the other match, Jodi Ewart Shadoff and Holly Clyburn halved with Ai Suzuki and Ayaka Watanabe to leave England top of Pool B on five points. Japan and Thailand share second on four points, with the USA propping up the pool with three. Reid was never ahead but fought back from two down with an eagle and birdie at the 12th and 13th holes respectively to square the match.However, Nomura birdied the 17th to put Japan back ahead and after the final hole was halved, it was enough to edge victory. Lexi Thompson and Cristie Kerr of the United States celebrate on the 15th green after defeating Thailand 4&3 Im extremely proud of myself. You know, Ive been struggling a little bit this year with a bit of game time, Reid told reporters. To play the way I did today, I think we were six-under or something like that, so my aim was to shoot four-under.I thought, if I shot four-under Ive got a pretty good chance to not be embarrassed. For me, its a huge positive. To get anywhere near the 18th was going to be a huge achievement, and I am just really, really pleased I gave the team a huge chance of even a point.The USA bounced back from being swept by England on Thursday by taking three points against Thailand. 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"But at the same time the people are here today, and theyre happy, and it looks like the city is being rebuilt so that gives me pleasure at the same time." Cheers from the 1,300 people in the arena greeted them as they took the ice, with kids tapping on the glass to get the players attention and request autographs. It was the latest in a string of good-will gestures directed at the community, following benefit shows and free concert tickets from Paul McCartney. The Habs themselves have already held a scrimmage at the Bell Centre where cash raised from the $5 tickets went to a Lac-Megantic fund. They also invited survivors and emergency personnel to pre-season games, and held a minute of silence during a pre-game tribute. "I think we probably had 150 ideas of what we could do (for Lac-Megantic)," said Molson. "We put together a little task force. Im not going to give any individual credit. I think its a team effort and Im proud to be here." Lac-Megantic mayor Colette Roy-Laroche said watching the Canadiens play on Saturday nights on television was a sacred ritual in her family wheen she was growing up.dddddddddddd "Its a pleasure and an honour to have the whole team and Mr. Molson here," she said. "Im delighted and proud. I cant find the words to express how happy we are." Goaltending coach Stephane Waite, who is from nearby Sherbrooke, Que., said the bus went quiet as it approached the town. Defenceman P.K. Subban told reporters that the team felt it was important to go to Lac-Megantic, and appreciated seeing so many happy and excited children. His teammate David Desharnais was moved by what he saw. "You see it on TV, but when you see it with your own eyes and you realize how devastating it was," he said. "Were glad we came. "I saw a lot of smiles in the stands. If we can bring a little joy to people and show them were behind them, well be happy." From the excitement in the stands, it was clear the visit was a success. "We love hockey," said Lac Megantic resident Gaston Breault. "Its a chance for us to see the Canadiens in person. "It was good of them to do this." Forty-seven people were killed, and a part of the town was razed, when a train derailed on July 5, smashing into the town centre and erupting in fireballs. The disaster has prompted various investigations and lawsuits, all of which are ongoing. There have also been policy changes in Canadas rail-safety standards, with other changes possible after an investigation from the federal Transportation Safety Board. ' ' '