Arnett Gardens and Humble Lion will have to wait another day for the playing of their Red Stripe Premier League return leg semi-final match, which was postponed yesterday due to heavy rains at the Effortville Community Centre in Clarendon.The game, which started 30 minutes late, was called off by FIFA referee Valdin Legister 10 minutes after kick-off with the score locked at nil all. The ball could not roll properly on the surface, and this led to the end of play. Organisers said that they would announce a date for the replay shortly.Another issue arose before kick-off as both teams came to the venue prepared to play in red socks. League regulations do not permit opposing teams to wear socks of the same colour. However, this was solved when Arnett were given green pairs.ACT OF NATUREArnett came into the return game with a 2-1 advantage, following their victory in the first leg a week ago at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex in Trench Town, Kingston.Arnett Gardens head coach Jerome ‘Jerry’ Waite described the postponement as an act of nature and said that his team would go back to training to prepare once more for the Donovan Duckie-coached Humble Lion.”It’s nature, nothing! We have to just live with it. We will have to be ready for the game,” Waite told The Gleaner.
Tiago Ilori Liverpool defender Tiago Ilori is a target for French club Bordeaux.The Reds paid around £7m to land the youngster from Sporting Lisbon last September but he is yet to make his debut for the club.He spent the second half of last season on loan at Granada, where he made nine La Liga appearances, but is now back at Anfield.But the 21-year-old, who was born in London, is well down the pecking order in Brendan Rodgers’ squad and could be allowed to leave once more.And, according to L’Equipe, Bordeaux are hopeful of concluding a season-long loan switch with a view to a permanent deal next summer. 1
United produced one of the European Cup’s finest ever comebacks from a 2-0 first-leg defeat at home to Paris Saint-Germain in the last 16.However, on the ground where manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer completed another famous fightback to win the competition as a player in 1999, United must repeat the trick at the Camp Nou in six days’ time.Much has been made of Suarez’s Champions League goal drought on the road and while the Uruguayan has still not officially netted an away goal in the competition since September 2015, he had a huge hand in Barca’s winner.Lionel Messi drifted in behind the United defence and his cross hung up to the back post was headed goalwards by Suarez, the ball flicking off Shaw on its way past David de Gea.An errant offside flag briefly threatened to spoil Suarez’s delight. However, the goal was quickly given on a VAR review and the former Liverpool striker took extra glee at having the last laugh with a fist pump in front of the Stretford End.The early goal should have settled the Spanish champions into their stride as their dominance of possession touched close to 90 percent in the opening stages.Yet, they offered United plenty of encouragement with Sergio Busquets in particular off the pace.Marcus Rashford shrugged off an ankle injury to start and provided by a distance United’s biggest threat.A free-kick from the England international flew just wide inside the first five minutes and he sent another dipping effort from range just over Marc-Andre ter Stegen’s crossbar.United defender Chris Smalling had said “bring it on” at the prospect of facing Messi on the eve of the game.– Messi roughed up –And he left the Argentine bloodied from the nose as he careered into an aerial challenge on the half-hour mark.Messi was quickly back on his feet and into the heart of the action, but it was Philippe Coutinho who came closest to extending Barca’s advantage before the break with a thunderous low shot that De Gea did brilliantly to repel with his feet.Moments later United could easily have been on level terms, but the hosts’ best chance of the half fell to the wrong man as Rashford picked out Diogo Dalot only for the Portuguese to completely miscue his header across goal.Rashford, though, also failed to make proper contact with his big chance early in the second-half when Ter Stegen could only punch a cross into his path.United enjoyed the better of the opening stages in the second half, but lacked a creative spark to open Barca up with Paul Pogba too often picking the sideways pass rather than looking to thread the eye of a needle towards Rashford and the ineffective Romelu Lukaku.Barca boss Ernesto Valverde reacted by introducing midfielders Sergi Roberto and Arturo Vidal from the bench in order to restore to control.And as United chased in vain for an equaliser, the visitors began to create chances again in the final quarter.Suarez fired into the side-netting before De Gea used his feet to good effect once more to deny Jordi Alba.Anthony Martial had one final big opportunity to send United to Catalonia next week on level terms, but a heavy touch allowed the faultless Gerard Pique to intervene and condemn the Red Devils to a fourth defeat in their last six home Champions League games.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Luis Suarez (C) celebrates after his header was diverted home by United defender Luke Shaw© AFP LLUIS GENEMANCHESTER, United Kingdom, Apr 11 – Manchester United have another monumental task on their hands in the Champions League after Luke Shaw’s own goal gave Barcelona a 1-0 quarter-final, first leg lead at Old Trafford on Wednesday.Shaw turned Luis Suarez’s header into his own net after just 12 minutes and despite being far from their best, Barca comfortably held out to edge towards a first Champions League semi-final in four years.
With the manmade lagoon drained and mostly abandoned during winter, he suggested building a 50-by-80-foot temporary rink for ice skaters. Coils beneath the surface would have used a constant flow of electricity to keep the ice frozen. Plans called for the rink to operate daily from Nov. 20 to Jan. 5. Admission was set at $7 per hour, and skate rental rates at $3 per pair. Kearney has made a name for himself around the South Bay as founder of the popular Hermosa Shorts Film Festival. He also operates two local businesses: Pinch Hit Productions, a filmmaking company, and Disco Metro, which outfits passenger vans for theme parties. In the same vein, his nine-person creative team wanted the Redondo skating rink to have a community draw and encourage people to have fun. Kearney estimated the cost at around $250,000 – an expense he hoped to recoup by getting 100 people on the ice every hour. And although he had been exploring the skating rink for some time, it was only in August that Kearney learned a portable structure had become available. He didn’t want to pass it up, despite the tight planning schedule. “This landed in my lap as I was finishing the film festival,” Kearney said. “The cool thing about this is, everyone who has been involved is really enthusiastic. We’re well ahead of the eight ball for next year.” With the proposed opening just a few weeks off, city staff members were preparing this week to take the idea to the City Council. “We were excited about it,” said Mike Witzansky, recreation and community services director. “Anything that gives us an opportunity to explore the use of the lagoon, particularly in the off-season, I think we’re fairly receptive to. ? We’re disappointed it’s not going to happen.” email@example.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREStriving toward a more perfect me: Doug McIntyre After spending weeks pursuing a proposal to build a portable ice skating rink at the Redondo Beach swimming hole, businessman Tom Kearney now plans to hold off until next Thanksgiving. The fast-approaching holiday season left little time to market the idea, Kearney said, leaving his creative team concerned about how many people would be drawn to the dormant lagoon on such short notice. And he figures the new deadline gives them more time to pursue other initiatives, such as partnerships with local schools, and a more energy-efficient cooling system. “Marketing it and promoting it and just putting together all the different aspects of it ? there’s no doubt we could have done it, but my gut feeling and everybody else’s was, let’s just take some more time with it,” Kearney said. “The upside is it’s going to be a great event (next year) for the city of Redondo Beach.” Kearney’s plan to turn King Harbor into a winter wonderland has generated a buzz. REDONDO BEACH: Seaside Lagoon won’t be a winter wonderland until November 2008. By Kristin S. Agostoni Staff Writer It looks like Seaside Lagoon is destined for another lonely winter. But there’s still hope for 2008.
There’s no question that a new phone is an ideal present for Christmas or any time of the year for that matter.Pricing is obviously a major factor for many people seeking value for what can be an expensive purchase.Very often people looking for a high-end phone are tempted to go online and shop for the cheapest option. But one Letterkenny-based company is building up a great name for supplying leading mobile phone brands with a dependable after-care sales service.www.iphones4sale.ie specialize in the 2 leading brands of high-end mobile phones, Apple and Samsung.With some of these phones being sold at up to €1,000 when first released, their aim is to make them more affordable to the public. The majority of our phones are either pre-owned grade A stock or are simply just new surplus stock sourced by ourselves from various companies at around half the cost.All the phones sold come as new, boxed with accessories, have the benefit of being open to any network worldwide and every phone sold comes with a warranty.Year after year especially in the run-up to Christmas we see unsuspecting parents caught out buying faulty, fake and network blocked phones which were purchased from various online sites.They come to me with very disappointed children trying to see if anything can be done but most of the time they are forced to buy another phone making it a very expensive lesson.We recommend you don’t take the risk and go with the motto “if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.”We are located at Highfield place at the Station Roundabout, Letterkenny (just behind Mr. Chippie) and our Christmas club are now open, letting customers pay in weekly or as much as they like as often as they like. Payments can be taken using cash, card or online. Customers can also shop online on our website www.iphones4sale.ie and have any phone delivered nationwide by courier to their door the next working day. Any phone not in stock can usually be sourced within 2-3 days.We always have a large selection of iPhones, iPads, phone covers and Samsung phones but on the run-up to Christmas, early booking is recommended.We also carry out repairs in-house, with the majority of repairs done within 30min-1 hour and the most competitive prices around.For all our offers, giveaways and up to date prices follow us on Facebook iphones4sale, visit the website www.iphones4sale.ie or call 0860357237. www.iphones4sale.ie would like to thank all their customers for their continued support over the last few years.Don’t get put on ‘hold’ with a cheap phone on Christmas morning was last modified: November 3rd, 2017 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)
A Judge has told a man with 116 previous convictions that he is in court more often than he is.Letterkenny Court.John Ward appeared before Letterkenny District Court in Co Donegal charged with being intoxicated. The court heard that Ward, 31, of Longlands, Convoy, was arrested by Gardai after an incident on October 16th, 2014.When Judge Paul Kelly heard the accused had 116 previous convictions he told Ward’s solicitor “He’s here more often than me and you.”Garda Inspector Goretti Sheridan ask the Judge if he would like her to read out the list of previous convictions.Judge Kelly replied “ I wouldn’t have time to listen to all the convictions today, Inspector.”He fined Ward €250 for being intoxicated.MAN WITH 116 CONVICTIONS TOLD HE IS IN COURT MORE THAN JUDGE! was last modified: February 19th, 2015 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)
Shaban Muhammad skips Police goalkeeper Davis Mutebi enroute to scoring his debut goal. Courtesy photo.FOOTBALL–After all the build up to the game was dominated by FUFA finally availing Shaban Muhammad with a licence to play for KCCA, the former Onduparaka striker was given handed his debut against table leader Police FC.In a game which was dominated by Police FC from the onset, it took Shaban only 15 minutes to get off the mark as he lashed onto a Saddam Juma through ball, dinked the ball over the goalkeeper and tapped into an empty net to send the fans into a frenzy.Shaban was clearly up for the fight and rattled the cross bar in the 45th minute when he imprivised greatly, over heading a Derrick Nsibambi cut back.Dispite Police’s possesion and silky passing in the first half, Charles Lukwago in the KCCA goal was only treated to long range shots which he comfortably saved.KCCA were forced into early second half substitutions as both striker Nsibambi and midfielder Muzamir Mutyaba were replaced in quick succession carrying what looked like knocks.On came Tito Okello and club captain Denis Okot.Mutyaba’s substitution ment a change in shape as Allan Katerega who had started as a right Winger slotted into the middle and Okot moved out wide.The move for Katerega into the middle was clearly a master class by coach Mike Mutebi as the on loan midfielder started creating several chances and also had two shots but the cross bar with the later purried onto the cross bar by stand in Police goalkeeper David Mutebi in the 76th minute.Police’s biggest chance in the game came on 87 minutes when Basan Safi failed to find the target un marked six yards from the goal after fellow substitute had found him superbly from a corner.A minute later, Allan Katerega ensured that KCCA take all three points when dribble his way into the Police penalty area, did several step over past defender Steven Mugisha and sloted in past the on rashing Davis Mutebi to calm the nerves of the KCCA faithfuls.Mike Mutebi, KCCA head coach, said his club played against a team that clearly wants to play. “It good for Shaban to score on his debut and may be that will do his confidence a whole lot of good,” Abdullah Mubiru, Police FC coach, said.“We didn’t defend well and that’s why we suffered but we tried to play and compete against the champions,” he added.KCCA FC now move into third position on the log with 16 points having played a game less on the top two.Police FC still lead the table with 17 points from 10 games.What next for both clubsKCCA FC travel to Kavumba on Saturday to play Soana while Police host URA at Namboole on the same day.Results from the other games played on TuesdayBright Stars FC 2 – 1 Onduparaka FC BUL FC 0 – 1 SC Villa URA FC 1 – 1 Proline FC UPDF FC 1 – 1 Vipers SCMaroons FC 0 – 0 Soana FCKirinya Jinja SSS FC 1 – 0 Mbarara City FC Express FC 1 – 2 Masavu FCComments
A great crowd stepped up for Ita Wilkie’s annual fundraising dance last night in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society of Ireland, Donegal Branch.The event, organised by Ita Wilkie, was held in the Clanree Hotel Letterkenny.Guests enjoyed dancing, live music and entertainment on the night. All proceeds will go towards local Alzheimer’s care and support services in Donegal. Last year’s event raised a fantastic €5,700.Photographer Clive Wasson was in the Clanree last night to capture all the fun of the fundraiser:At Ita Wilkie’s Alzheimers Dance in the Clanree Hotel on Friday last are seated Leonard Wilkie, Alaistar McKinney, Alzheimers Society and Maureen McKeever. Back from left are Ross Marley, Paul McKeever and Bernadene Marley.Photo Clive WassonSarah O’Donnell, Patsy mcGinty, Joe McNamee, Seamus McGeehan, Sally MCready and Maruy Gill and Chrisi ennis at Ita Wilkie’s Alzheimers Dance in the Clanree Hotel on Friday last. Photo Clive WassonMary Quinn, Hugh Quinn, John Toye and Pauline toye at Ita Wilkie’s Alzheimers Dance in the Clanree Hotel on Friday last. Photo Clive WassonPhylis Gibson and Michael McDaid at Ita Wilkie’s Alzheimers Dance in the Clanree Hotel on Friday last. Photo Clive WassonDetta McDaid, mary Tinney and Billy Tinney at Ita Wilkie’s Alzheimers Dance in the Clanree Hotel on Friday last. Photo Clive WassonCeline Ross and Eddie Toye at Ita Wilkie’s Alzheimers Dance in the Clanree Hotel on Friday last. Photo Clive WassonCassie Cullen, Irene Kelly and Margaret doherty at Ita Wilkie’s Alzheimers Dance in the Clanree Hotel on Friday last. Photo Clive WassonJohnny McColum and Kathleen McCollum at Ita Wilkie’s Alzheimers Dance in the Clanree Hotel on Friday last. Photo Clive WassonDonna Cathal and Margaret McQuade at Ita Wilkie’s Alzheimers Dance in the Clanree Hotel on Friday last. Photo Clive WassonJohn Lynch and Patrica McGuickan at Ita Wilkie’s Alzheimers Dance in the Clanree Hotel on Friday last. Photo Clive WassonGeraldine Mcginty, Sue Temple and Brendan Temple at Ita Wilkie’s Alzheimers Dance in the Clanree Hotel on Friday last. Photo Clive WassonLaurance Chambers and Nuala Lafferty at Ita Wilkie’s Alzheimers Dance in the Clanree Hotel on Friday last. Photo Clive WassonIta’s annual Alzheimer’s dance is a huge success – Picture Special was last modified: October 26th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:Alzheimer’s danceita wilkie
ALAMEDA — Breaking down the Raiders’ 53-man roster as it stands Monday morning by the numbers:0Number of people who forecast safety Dallin Leavitt on initial 53-man rosterComment: OK, maybe somebody had it right, but I haven’t seen it yet. After listening to Mike Mayock, sounds like he’s sticking, too because of the chip on his shoulder and special teams prowess.1Number of new linebackers: Vontaze Burfict Comment: Tahir Whitehead, Nicholas Morrow and Marquel Lee all return.2N …
Future astronauts preparing to operate on the moon, beware. High-speed dust is deadly, reports PhysOrg. With no atmosphere on the moon to slow its path, dust flying from rocket engines can blast anything in its path. “Small grit can travel enormous distances at high speeds, scouring everything in its path,” the article says – at speeds up to 2 kilometers per second. Apollo astronauts didn’t experience this first-hand, because they were safe inside the lunar module when it took off. But when surveying the condition of Surveyor 3 on Apollo 12, the astronauts noticed a sand-blasted appearance on the side facing the Apollo lander. This could prove disastrous to a future moon base. “This evidence concerns [Phil] Metzger [Kennedy Space Center] because in a future lunar outpost, high-speed fine grit could scour the reflective coating off thermal control blankets, roughen the surfaces of windows and other optics, compromise the surfaces of solar panels, and penetrate connectors or other mechanisms on digging machines or spacesuits, causing friction and even mechanical failure,” the article said. Getting farther away from the launch pad is no help: “Dust particles accelerated by a rocket’s exhaust could theoretically travel all the way around the Moon!”Just one more reason to be thankful you live on God’s green Earth, nicest place in the solar system. Take a deep breath of fresh air, and smile.(Visited 21 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0