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Europe has a return date

first_imgThe soccer scene in Europe clears up. A few of its 55 nationwide leagues have made official the date during which they’ll return to play, as soon as mitigated, or so it’s believed, the devastating penalties of the coronavirus. The nations which have determined to return have the authorization of their governments and all will undertake such extreme measures as enjoying the remaining matches of their championships behind closed doorways and underneath strict security and hygiene measures.The principle league to announce its return has been the Bundesliga. It’s going to even be the primary to take action amongst those that stopped their exercise. On Could 16 he’ll roll the ball once more in a gesture of normality whose impact is but to be seen. The Germans will pull the wagon from Europe and the remainder of the large leagues are anticipated, besides Francego behind. Two months later, soccer has dates once more.Germany: Could 16. Yesterday it was made official that the Bundesliga returns on Could 16, after the permission given by Merkel. He’ll do it with a Dortmund-Schalke, a Rhur derby. The desk is led by Bayern, with Dortmund and RB Leipzig behind.Poland: Could 29. The Ekstraklassa It’s going to begin on Could 29 and can run till July 18-19, when the final day is performed. The Poles will resume the competitors in line with the schedule established earlier than the break. The Legia He’s a chief with an eight level benefit over Piast and he has virtually in his hand to turn into champion.Hungary: Could 30. The Hungarian League, the OPT Financial institution Liga, will return on Could 30 on matchday 26, whereas the cup will do it a week earlier than in its semifinals. The Ferencvaros, who should make up two video games, may also use these dates to replace his classification. The historic Magyar membership is a chief with a three level benefit and may sentence the title in the event that they win these two pending matches.Serbia: Could 30. On Could 30 the Tremendous league in Serbia with the 27th matchday, which has solely 4 days left and can finish on June 20th. The Pink Star He’s virtually champion, having an 11 level benefit with 12 to play. The Serbian Cup will probably be performed as deliberate: June three the quarterfinals, on the 10 the semifinals and on the 24 the ultimate. Israel: Could 30. The Israeli league will restart on Could 30, though from this Sunday the groups will be capable of prepare following strict safety measures. The Israeli authorities gave authorization to renew soccer. La Ligat ha’Al is already within the playoffs for the title, with Macabbi Tel Aviv with eight factors of benefit over the Macabbi Haifa.Montenegro: June 1. Montenegro introduced that it’ll resume its league on June 1, after the plan is authorized by the nationwide authorities. July 19 is the date chosen to shut the championship if the deadlines are met. The Prva Crnogorska Liga is essentially dominated by the Buducnost eleven factors forward of their pursuers.Bulgaria: June 6. In Bulgaria, the plan is to renew the Parva Liga on June 6, though the golf equipment will be capable of begin coaching as early because the 15th, in line with the sports activities minister, Krasen Kralev, to the bTV station. The Ludogorets dominates the standings with a 9 level benefit over Lokomotiv Plovdiv.Croatia: June 6. The season in Croatia will resume on Could 30 and 31 with the semifinals of the Croatian cup and days later, on June 6, with the resumption of the 1. NHL. The cup closing might be performed on August 1. The Croatian second and third divisions are canceled and ready to know what occurs with the ascents and descents.Turkey: June 12. The president of the federation, Nihat Ozdemir, introduced that on June 12 the Turkish first, second and third divisions will resume, after being involved with the nation’s well being authorities. Trabzonspor, Basaksehir and Galatasaray They’re in the course of the title struggle and there are solely three factors of distinction between the three.Finland: July 1. Finland, which follows the calendar yr and never the standard year-to-year for its seasons, additionally introduced that 2020 will begin on July 1. This implies a delay of three months with respect to what was initially deliberate, for the reason that Veikkausliiga It normally begins in early April. Inter Turku is the present champion.last_img read more

Peace Region athletes compete in 15th annual Northern Classic

first_imgChristime Wallace – overall Women’s Figure ChampionAlyssa Coppolino – overall Women’s Physique Champion/Best PoserNate Cassie – overall Men’s Physique ChampionJohn Le – overall Men’s Classic Physique ChampionAdvertisement FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – It was an event full of toned bodies at the North Peace Cultural Centre on Saturday for the 15th Annual Northern Classic Bodybuilding and Fitness Competition.Over 100 contestants from across the province, including a handful from the Fort St. John area were in the competition which is sanctioned by the BC Amateur Bodybuilding Association. BCABBA President Ross Duncan was in town to personally present trophies to some of the winners, including Jeni Broscoe, who was named the association’s Most Outstanding Promoter.Each of the contestants was registered in one of a number of categories. On the men’s side, contestants were entered in either: Physique, Classic Physique, or Bodybuilding. The women’s side saw competitors in either: Bikini, Figure, Fitness, and Physique.- Advertisement -A number of local athletes were in competition at both the pre-judging and the main event on Saturday. Brittany Mills, Justine Crick, and Janelle Shelfow placed 5th, 4th and 1st respectively in the open age Bikini Group D. Amber Vieweg placed 7th in the open age Bikini Group C. The mother and daughter duo of Raena Shuster and Laurie Wright took to the stage and placed in 1st and 2nd in their respective categories. Shuster was the lone competitor in the women’s Fitness category, while Wright was one of two contestants in the women’s Figure – Grandmaster age group. Shelly Osborne also placed in 2nd of two competitors in the Figure – Master category, and Janine Nichols placed 4th in the Figure – Open category. In his first-ever competition, Inder Grewal placed 9th in the Men’s Physique medium height group.The winners from Saturday’s Northern Classic include:Amanda Ancheta – overall Bikini ChampionAdvertisement Ladonn Miller – overall Bodybuilding ChampionCamilo Jimenez – Best Poser Amber Vieweg competing in the Women's Bikini Group C at the Northern Classic on June 18th. Photo by David Aboody. Amber Vieweg competing in the Women’s Bikini Group C at the Northern Classic on June 18th. Photo by David Aboody. Raena Shuster competing in the Women's Fitness at the Northern Classic on June 18th. Photo by David Aboody. Raena Shuster competing in the Women’s Fitness at the Northern Classic on June 18th. Photo by David Aboody. Inder Grewal competing in the Men’s Physique medium height group at the Northern Classic on June 18th. Photo by David Aboody. Inder Grewal competing in the Men’s Physique medium height group at the Northern Classic on June 18th. Photo by David Aboody. Landonn Miller being named overall Bodybuilding champion at the Northern Classic on June 18th. Photo by Jordan Kosinsky. Landonn Miller being named overall Bodybuilding champion at the Northern Classic on June 18th. Photo by Jordan Kosinsky. Janelle Shelfow with her first-place finish trophy in the Women's Bikini Group D at the Northern Classic on June 18th. Photo by David Aboody. Janelle Shelfow with her first-place finish trophy in the Women’s Bikini Group D at the Northern Classic on June 18th. Photo by David Aboody.last_img read more

Masoud signs for SA side Cape Town City

first_img0Shares0000Kariobangi Sharks forward Masoud Juma celebrating. Photo/TIMOTHY OLOBULUNAIROBI, Kenya, Jan 2 – Kariobangi Sharks forward Masoud Juma has signed for South African Premier League side Cape Town City FC, the Premier Soccer League side confirmed on Tuesday.“Cape Town City is delighted to announce the acquisition of 21-year-old Kenyan international striker, and top scorer of the year Masoud Juma,” the South African top side announced on their official twitter account. Juma was the 2017 Kenyan Premier League top scorer with 17 goals after playing 23 matches, helping his Kariobangi Sharks finish third in their debut in the top flight league.The 2017 season saw Masoud score six goals in the GOtv Shied where Kariobangi Sharks were the losing finalists, and has five national team caps with one goal that he netted during the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup.The undisclosed transfer fee was accepted by Kariobangi Sharks after having offers from Europe and Egypt.“Juma will receive his work permit this week and fly to Cape Town on January 8 where he will meet his new teammates and begin preparing for CTCFC’s domestic and CAF campaigns,” the club posted on its social media pages.City coach Bennie McCarthy hailed the striker revealing that he will help solve his side’s scoring problem.“At just 21, Juma has proven to be Africa’s most prolific goalscorer. His quality is evident, as is the interest for him in Europe. He is still young and needs to be nurtured. But once he adapts and settles in, he has all the makings of a lethal out and out nine,” the club said on its official website.“Most of our goals come from midfielders. We’re building a team for the future so it’s nice to start putting together a group of young promising strikers who can score goals for the club going forward,” head coach McCarthy said.Masoud has previously featured for Shabana, Bandari and Sony Sugar in the Kenyan Premier League.Cape Town City are currently second on the South African Soccer Premier League table with 24 points, four behind leaders Mamelodi Sundowns FC.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

EWE BEAUTY! SHEEP GIVES BIRTH TO FIVE NEW LAMBS!

first_imgTHEY don’t do things by half on the Poole family farm in Fanad.They don’t do it by the double either – more like ‘Gimme Five’.For a three-year-old whitefaced ewe on their farm in Glassagh is the proud mum of no less than FIVE lambs. Casey E. Poole has certainly been enjoying the spectacle.He is pictured here with the ewe and her five offspring.The quintuplets are a rare enough thing – in fact the chances of a ewe having five lambs is one in a million.An IFA spokesman said: “Quintuplets are very rare. We hear of a lot about twins and triplets that are born on farms, but surviving quintuplets are something very special and unusual. This sort of thing may happen to a farmer a once in a generation if they are lucky.”  EWE BEAUTY! SHEEP GIVES BIRTH TO FIVE NEW LAMBS! was last modified: March 24th, 2016 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegaleweFanadGlassaghquintupletssheep farmerlast_img read more

Liverpool to wear all-red home kit for Champions League clash at PSG

first_img huge blow shining Liverpool have been handed the opportunity to wear their iconic kit in an away match RANKED Latest Football News Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade REVEALED 3 MONEY There is no explanation as to why PSG have opted to wear the all-white strip for this evening’s clash – which you can listen to LIVE on talkSPORT. Liverpool will take on Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League tonight wearing their famous red home kit.Despite playing at the Ligue 1 champions’ Parc des Prince home, Jurgen Klopp’s side will sport an all-red outfit as they seek to book their place in the last 16. Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars The Reds will progress from Group C if they win in France and Red Star fail to beat Napoli in the group’s other encounter.And they will hope their iconic colours spur them on to a valuable win against a team yet to drop a single point in league football this season.Paris Saint-Germain vs Liverpool: Champions League match preview, team news and predicted line-ups for live talkSPORT commentaryBut why are Liverpool wearing red in an away match?PSG have elected to play at their home stadium wearing their all-white PSG x Jordan kit, which has handed Liverpool the opportunity to sport red. PSG have collaborated with Nike Jordan to create these kits 3 ADVICE Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ REPLY 3 no dice Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions REVEALED Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move The dark PSG x Jordan kit will be replaced by a white variant tonight BEST OF Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card In the return fixture at Anfield, which Liverpool won 3-2, Thomas Tuchel’s side wore their darker PSG x Jordan jersey, which was also their outfit of choice when hosting Red Star Belgrade on matchday two.last_img read more

MISSING 15 YEAR OLD MAY BE IN DONEGAL

first_imgPolice in the UK are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of a 15-year-old girl who has been missing since Wednesday 12th March 2014 and who may be in Donegal.Netradica Anghel, known as Neta, was last seen by her family at approximately 10am, 12th March 2014, at their address in Rotherham, South Yorkshire.The teenager is understood to be in the company of a 29-year-old male, Pitulan Angel and they are believed to be travelling in his silver E-class Mercedes. Enquiries have led officers to believe they are in Southern Ireland after the car was seen boarding a ferry at Cairn Ryan port in Scotland.Neta is originally from Romania and speaks both English and Roma. She has dark brown hair and brown eyes. Pitulan is also from Romania and speaks the same languages. He is about 5ft 4ins tall with dark hair and dark eyes.Officers are keen locate them to ensure she is safe and well.Anyone who has seen Neta or Pitulan, or knows their whereabouts, is urged to contact South Yorkshire Police on 0044 114 252 3848 (Mon.- Fri. 7.30am – 5pm) MISSING 15 YEAR OLD MAY BE IN DONEGAL was last modified: March 15th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

JJ Gallagher Memorial weekend proves huge hit – €15,000 raised for Pieta House

first_imgRaymond Birch was the winner of the JJ Gallagher Memorial 5k at the weekend.The race was held in honour of Letterkenny man JJ Gallagher, who died 20 years ago.All monies raised are going towards Pieta House. 337 people took part in the 5k.The Gallagher family said: “The Gallagher Family are forever grateful to the people of Letterkenny and beyond for coming out in their droves to support the various fundraising events that were held over the weekend.“With your support our current collection tally has hit over the €15000 mark which is phenomenal and a lovely lasting tribute to JJ.”  Raymond Birch 17:56Ed McGroarty 18:25Gary Neely 19:27Shay Doherty 19:35Barry Mackey 19:36Garvin Boyce 20:09Darren Toland 20:12Kevin Ferry 21:24Brian Ferry 21:24Noel Irwin 21:37Gerard McConnell 21:41Matthew Horner 21:43Mary Sweeney 21:47Declan Leung 21:52Martin Temple 22:04Francesca Patton 22:22Adrian Callaghan 22:24Lorraine Duffy 22:43Paul Gibson 22:45Danny Hall 22:52James Gallagher 23:03Shay Quinn 23:26TJ Sweeney 23:39Mark Gilmore 23:48Pat Byrne 23:49Helena Crossan 23:57Brian Crossan 23:58Matthew Doran 24:02Margaret Shiels 24:06Cian Cullen 24:10Aidan Kelly 24:18Alphie McHale 24:33Louise McKeague 24:33Richard Gardiner 24:40Cian Kirwin 24:48Pauric Hanlon 24:58John Ward 25:03Liam McLaughlin 25:15Paddy Joye 25:22Margaret Rose McGeehan 25:32Erin Doherty 25:51Irene McFadden 25:52Tim Horvay 25:53Emma Harvey 25:53Kian McGrath 25:57Cliodhna Dunne 25:58Teresa Donohoe 25:59Edith Neely 26:04Linda Cronin 26:17Sean McFadden 26:22Eddie Lenehan 26:25Edel Kidd 26:25Mary Bonnar 26:33Shaun O’Donnell 26:34Billy Broderick 26:48Orla Jordan 26:51Cian Brophy 26:54Ronan Brophy 26:55Carmel Doherty 26:55Eileen Morning 26:59Matthew Clifford 27:01Kevin Gilmore 27:21Kevin Grimes 27:22Pauric Doherty 27:34Jane McGroary 27:35Mark Gildea 27:36Luke Clifford 27:38Owen Harron 27:41Feena McBride 27:44Noel Heekin 27:49Kay Bonnar 27:53P Connolly 27:58Brian McHugh 27:59Tiarnan McElwaine 27:59Caoimhe Lagan 28:04Catriona McIntyre 28:25PJ Patton 28:26Declan Black 28:26Caroline Ward 28:36Jimmy O’Donnell 28:51Hugh Herrity 28:52Ethan Kenny 28:53Jack Kenny 28:55Zoe McGettigan 29:17Wenad Kirof 29:21Teresa Mulligan 29:22Milly Rose Gallagher Kenny 29:40Dualtach Harvey 29:40Oran Harvey 29:40Ciara Harvey 29:40Ellie May Temple 29:40Mr Kerr 30:05Monica Coyle 30:12Winnie Grant 30:12Brigette Clifford 30:14Adam Leadley 31:45Ms Kerr 31:45Patsy Doherty 31:50Amanda McGrath 32:11Amanda Quinn 32:18Ethan McGuigan 32:21Eamon Boyle 32:29Joan Kelly 33:16Eimear McGlynn 33:18Lisa Boyle 33:18Cathy McPeake 33:59Jacqueline McGonigle 33:59Caoimhe Crossan 34:11Kelvin Crossan 34:11Alex Hall 34:54Charlie Cush 34:55Martina Cush 34:56John Hall 34:58Reuben O’Donnell 35:08Stella McCole 35:09Marie Flanagan 35:10Ashling McMonagle 35:16Denise McElwaine 37:00Elaine Grant 37:01Karen McNulty 37:03Elaina Gallagher 37:42Rosaleen Gallagher 37:43Janice McFeeley 37:43Michelle Reynolds 37:44Tara Orr 37:45Sharon McNulty 38:35Agnes Morrissey 38:40Joy Larkin 39:00Mark Morning 39:05Rachel Morning 39:05Audrey Curtin 39:52Catriona McNulty 39:52Conor Harron 40:00John Tinney 40:25Una Kelly (1) 40:28Mark Coulter 40:28Una Kelly (2) 41:47Una Kelly (3) 41:27Genevieve Robb 41:51Breege Vaughan 42:02Matthew O’Donnell 42:24John Larkin 42:38Gerudie Tinney 42:38Fionnuala Farren 43:07Deirdre Deasley 43:07Josie Gallagher 43:28Seamus Murphy 43:29Eugene Marley 43:30Christopher Doherty 43:31Yvonne Thompson 43:32Amy Doherty 44:06Benny Doherty 44:12Marina O’Donnell 44:19Margaret Mary Gallagher 44:19John McElwaine 44:25Tracy McElwaine 44:26Mary Winston 44:29Darren Winston 44:49N Gallagher 44:50Iris O’Donnell 44:50Mary McHugh 44:58Michael McHugh 44:58JJ Gallagher Memorial weekend proves huge hit – €15,000 raised for Pieta House was last modified: May 2nd, 2018 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Polluted water, overflowing sewage torment Bhopal gas tragedy survivors

first_imgIt’s 2 a.m., and the stench of sewage wafts in through the only window of Aziza Jawahar’s crumbling house. Taking the cue that she is now long attuned to, she springs up from bed, dashes out to wake up her neighbours, Geetabai Sen, Hanifa Bi and Reshma, grabs a plastic hose and plops it into a 300-litre drum to fill water.Every alternate day, women in most of the 2,486 houses in the Jeevan Jyoti Colony — a society built in the 1990s to socially rehabilitate the kin of the Bhopal gas tragedy victims — follow a similar routine with no decided hour or fixed duration, barely managing to stock drinking water supplied by the Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC).But now, an overlooked and unfinished sewage network has added to the problems in an area already beset by decrepit houses and bumpy roads. Broken pipes, choked sewage chambers and scum gurgling over dug-out drains form the network that runs alongside drinking water pipelines. With no alternative sources, residents are forced to drink toxic, contaminated water.“For the first 20 minutes at least, we have to leave the tap open for all the yellowish, stinking water to drain,” says Ms. Jawahar, who has been suffering from breathlessness and eye infection since December 2, 1984, the day the leaking gas from the Union Carbide factory killed her mother. “Then, in about another half an hour, we try to fill the five drums at my house,” she adds. She lives with her five children and her husband in a one-room house located in a block of 16 quarters.Wagging a conical sieve, Ms. Bi says, “I bought this for ₹10. Every household uses one to filter water for drinking. If we store tap water in steel utensils, a yellowish coating develops in them the next morning. For bathing and washing, we pump tap water to overhead tanks.” Skin diseases and stys, especially among toddlers, are now common in the colony. where water pipelines were laid only in 2013.A cholera outbreak in 1998 killed eight residents. In the summer, however, when the water supply gets patchy, residents rely on individually owned tubewells in adjoining private colonies for drinking water. “We get a 15-litre can for ₹2. We get some help and they get some money. It’s a win-win situation,” Ms. Reshma says. In June 2010, a Central Group of Ministers, comprising Kamal Nath, the then Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways, approved an action plan of ₹272.75 crore on a 75:25 basis for completing the remaining rehabilitation process. Of the sanctioned amount, ₹85.2 crore was allocated for social rehabilitation under which sewage got ₹4.92 crore and ₹50 crore was set aside for providing safe drinking water. Funds misappropriated“There has been misappropriation of funds in providing the basic amenities of sanitation and drinking water to the most vulnerable among the victims,” says Rachna Dhingra, coordinator of the International Campaign for Justice in Bhopal. “Sanitation has been an issue in the colony from day one, as houses were built without a sewage system or drinking water pipelines. The State government has told the Centre that the work has been completed. But even today, sewage is spilling onto roads in the colony and residents are forced to drink contaminated water,” she says. Minutes of a review meeting with the Central Department of Chemicals and Petrochemicals in February 2017 reveal that the State had informed the Centre that the “upgradation of sewage system in existing gas victims’ colony” had been completed at a cost of ₹4.92 crore. However, in a utilisation certificate, it said only ₹2.06 crore had been utilised and the remaining amount would be transferred to the BMC for the “execution of balance work”. The BMC later said it had utilised the remaining amount to complete the work. However, the State Bhopal Gas Tragedy Relief and Rehabilitation Department stated in December 2018 in its annual report that the work was under progress and had been handed over to the BMC for “technical reasons”. Though the State did not specify whether the work was completed using the Centre’s share of funds or the State’s, K.K. Dubey, Deputy Secretary in the department, says, “The State government had utilised the Centre’s share of funds and informed it (the Centre) about it. There were no discrepancies in the report. As for the State’s funds, they are still being utilised and work is under progress. We don’t monitor work assigned to the BMC. We are only responsible for the allocation of funds. Yet, we’ve urged them several times to complete it.”Residents’ claims denied Denying the claims that polluted water was being supplied to the colony, A.R. Pawar, BMC’s Chief Engineer for water supply says, “Narmada river’s water, which doesn’t need to be filtered, is being supplied to at least 90% of the houses in the colony. Yet, more work remains to be done.”Meanwhile, Neeraj Pandey, Executive Engineer at the Capital Project Administration, a planning and development body set up under the Housing & Environment Department, says that work on the sewage lines was left incomplete as residents started using the facilities even before the work was completed. The CPA managed infrastructure projects in the colony before the BMC took over.last_img read more