Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Eugenie Bouchard’s bid for Australian Open spot ends in qualifying Adam Silver: Changes to NBA All-Star Game ‘an earring on a pig’ LATEST STORIES Federer set up a title match against 20-year-old Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas by defeating Borna Coric 6-2, 6-2 in just 67 minutes in the semifinals of the ATP event on Friday.“I think it was important to mix it up, be solid, not give him too many chances and keep showing him it’s going to be really difficult for him to win, ” Federer said. “At the end, I actually played really good. I’m very pleased.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets offers from Asia, Australian ball clubsFederer, who is 37, is looking to become the second man in the professional era to reach 100 tour-level tournament titles, joining Jimmy Connors, who won 109. Seven of Federer’s previous 99 wins have come in Dubai.Tsitsipas had a tougher time getting to the final, rallying for a 4-6, 7-6 (4), 7-6 (4) win over Gael Monfils. Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Saturday’s match will be a battle of the generations — and a repeat of their meeting in the last 16 of the Australian Open in January, which was surprisingly won by Tsitsipas in four sets on his way to the semifinals.″(Stefanos) showed me at the Australian Open, how hard he is (to play),” said Federer. “We’re still far from (reaching 100 titles), it seems. I’m just going to try to focus and play good tennis.”Tsitsipas won the Open 13 in Marseille without dropping a set last week for the second title of his career, and has continued his strong form in the United Arab Emirates. He is now assured of a place in the top 10 of the world rankings for first time, replacing Marin Cilic.“I have improved since last year,” Tsitsipas said. “Beating the big guys, big players, players that have been in the top 10, means a lot to me. I wanted to get there (top 10) at some point myself, and I made it today.”ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next View comments Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Roger Federer of Switzerland returns the ball to Marton Fucsovics of Hungry during their match at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championship, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019. (AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili)DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Roger Federer can win the 100th title of his career at the Dubai Championships on Saturday.The 20-time Grand Slam champion will have to beat the rising star of tennis to do so.ADVERTISEMENT Rogue cops marked as Gamboa’s targets in his appointment as PNP chief Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil
2018-2019 Regional 4-Day Tournament…Keemo Paul continued from where he left off on day two, picking up his third five-wicket haul at the First-class level. Paul ended with brilliant figures of 6-57 in 17 overs, to bowl out Windwards Islands Volcanoes for 209 in the first innings, in reply to Jaguars 454-9. Leon Johnson enforced the follow-on and Volcanoes ended day three on 167-3, after Devon Smith fell for 65.The penultimate day’s play at Providence, East Bank Demerara, between the Volcanoes and Jaguars began with a Keemo Paul over, who was searching for his fifth victim. Volcanoes batsmen in Dennis Smith and Alick Athanaze went out to bat aiming to avoid the follow-on by, which they required to score 305 runs. Dennis Smith, the nephew of Devon Smith, opened the scoring account for the Volcanoes on day three, with a leg bye and then he clipped a ball off his pads for four. Volcanoes crossed the 100 run mark in the first over, with young Athanaze batting with maturity.The Dominican, Athanaze who turned 20 December last, continued to bat with great composure, playing another gutsy knock for his team. In the first round, Athanaze scored a half-century against the same Jaguars team and he was unbothered by some testing Jaguars bowling. In the morning session, Smith and Athanaze brought up their 50-run partnership, with Athanaze reaching his second First-class half century. Soon after the drinks break, Shepherd found the outside edge of Smith, who was brilliantly caught by Johnson at first-slip with the score on 171-6 after 50 overs.It was worth the wait as it took 17.3 overs for the Jaguars to take the first wicket of the day; breaking the 90-run sixth wicket partnership. Smith was out for a composed 37 that included six fours that came from 93 balls. Seven runs later, a Keemo Paul brilliance saw the seventh wicket fall; Larry Edwards played a false shot that went into Paul’s hands, off his own bowling. The Essequiban, Paul reached a well-deserved landmark, his third 5-wicket haul at the First-class level, as he proved his worth as an international swing bowler.Volcanoes were in all sorts of trouble, with 200 runs looking miles away, they slipped and slid to 186-8. The promising Athanaze innings came to an end when a Shepherd ball bounced more than usual and he was out caught behind by the brilliant wicket-keeper, Bramble. An elegant left handed Athanaze spent 162 minutes at the crease and faced 114 balls scoring an attractive 66 that included 11 fours and one six.Keemo Paul continued to pick up wickets, bowling Sherman Lewis for 4 with the score on 186-9, in 59.4 overs. Paul continued to cause problems for the Volcanoes, as a bit of controversy took place in 61st over, when Josh Thomas edged one behind and was surprisingly given not out. After the buzzing around the stands about the premature decision by umpire Nigel Dugid, the 200-run came up for the Volcanoes with Ray Jordan hitting Shepherd out of the attack, with boundaries.However, the final Volcanoes first innings wicket came with the introduction of Permaul at the media centre end, when he trapped Josh Thomas in front. The Volcanoes were bowled out for 209 in 64.1 overs and were still behind by 245 runs, Jordan was left stranded scoring 18, with lunch being taken. Bowling for the Jaguars, Paul had his second six wicket haul at this level, ending with 6-57 from 17 overs, including three maidens and conceding nine fours. Romario Shepherd ended with 2-47 from 11 overs while Permaul continued his consistent run, grabbing 2-38 in 18.1 overs.Jaguar’s captain, Leon Johnson enforced the follow-on with Volcanoes trailing by 245 runs. At 12:30h after the lunch interval, Windward Volcanoes openers went out to bat for the second time in the match. Devon Smith and Taryk Gabriel went out to bat aiming to redeem themselves after adding only a 38-run partnership in the first innings.Three slips and a gully, Paul charges in from the southern end with his daunting out swingers. Jaguar’s bowlers remained patient and front-line pace trio in Paul, Shepherd and Pestano bowled very consistent line and lengths. It was the introduction of Sherfane Rutherford when the break-through came in the 12th over in the second innings.Devon Smith walks back after being dismissed (Brandon Corlette photo)Rutherford, who bowls brisk medium fast was on the money, when Gabriel played away from his body and edged one into Bramble’s gloves. The right-handed Gabriel scored 16 off 34 balls, including two fours with the score on 34-1. The experienced campaigner in Devon Smith was playing himself in, looking to score big. A full ball outside off stump bowled by Motie, saw the left-handed Smith drives one past cover for four as Volcanoes reached 50 within 21 overs. Cato and Smith safely saw Volcanoes to tea with the score on 62-1 after 25 overs. Smith was unbeaten on 32 while Cato was on 11 with the partnership on 27 at that point.Resuming after the tea interval, the final session was underway, the second ball bowled by Permaul was played into the leg-side for four. Cato continued his boundary hitting, when he repeated in the Motie over, as the partnership continued to grow. Smith was timing the ball beautifully while Cato continued to bat positive. The 76-run partnership came to an end when Cato edged a Keemo Paul delivery and was caught behind. Bramble was standing up at the stumps when he take a great reflex catch; Cato fell for 36 from 65 balls inclusive of five boundaries. Kirk Edwards partnered Smith with the score on 110-2 and the left-handed Smith brought up his 59th half-century in First-class cricket.Shepherd charged in from the media end and captured the prize wicket of Devon Smith with the score on 138-3 in 44 overs. Smith was out caught behind by Bramble in what looked to be a controversial dismissal. The veteran batsman who scored 65 from 128 balls hitting eight fours, claimed that his bat hit the ground and carried to Bramble.Kirk Edwards, who failed with the bat in the first innings, was partnered by Kaveem Hodge after Smith fell at 15:47h. Edwards looked good playing some good shots as himself and Hodge saw Volcanoes to stumps at 167-3 in 58 overs. The Volcanoes captain, Edwards is unbeaten on 40 while Hodge is on three.The final day’s play will commence form 09:30h with Volcanoes behind by 78 runs, with a possible Jaguars victory on the cards once more.
A local non-profit organization is trying to raise money in a new, creative way. The North Peace Community Resource Society is holding its first annual Cash Car Rally in Fort St. John this Friday.Organizer Karla Marsh says proceeds will go towards Family Place and Strengthening Families Programs. – Advertisement -[asset|aid=1529|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=cd3e345e929fa954a8027d96a78d0f3a-Marsh 1_1_Pub.mp3] Participants will motor around town in decorated vehicles, and stop in at local businesses to seek donations. The team with the most money at the end of the day wins a prize. Prizes will also be given to the runners-up and the team with the best car and costume theme.Advertisement For more infromation or to register, call Karla Marsh at 250-785-6021 extension 229. While she didn’t mention a specific goal, Marsh says the society would be happy to raise even five thousand dollars. [asset|aid=1530|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=cd3e345e929fa954a8027d96a78d0f3a-Marsh 2_1_Pub.mp3] There are four teams that are currently signed up, however Marsh says anyone else interested can still register. The rally starts at the North Peace Community Resources Society parking lot – 10142-101st Avenue. Participants have from 9 in the morning until 5 in the afternoon to collect money.Advertisement
The Egyptian scored two goals and grabbed two assists Tuesday, but did not celebrate after scoring as a mark of respect for his former club.He has 43 goals in all competitions this season and was voted the best player in the Premier League by his fellow players.Despite the tongue-in-cheek demand from Lieberman, there appears no chance that Salah will turn out for an Israeli team.Although Egypt is one of only two Arab countries to have made peace with Israel, public opinion remains largely hostile to the country and supportive of the Palestinians.In 2013 Salah, then at FC Basel, was accused of changing his boots to avoid shaking hands with the players of the Israeli team Maccabi Tel Aviv before a preliminary round of Champions League.Before the start of the second leg, his choice of a “fist bump” rather than handshake hand also attracted attention.He was roundly booed and whistled by Maccabi fans during the game but still scored.Salah then explained that there was a lot of pressure on him before this match, but that he was not interested in politics at all.“The club told me if I don’t go I will be suspended and there will be lots of problems. So I went and thank god I scored,” he said in a 2014 interview. 0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Liverpool’s Egyptian midfielder Mohamed Salah matched a Prenuer League record for a single season with 31 goals and also netted the award for African Player of the Year for 2017JERUSALEM, Israel, Apr 25 – Egyptian superstar Mohamed Salah’s devastating performance for Liverpool in the Champions League has brought him an unexpected fan — the Israeli defence minister.“I will be calling the chief of staff immediately to tell him to hire Mohamed Salah to the Israeli army,” Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman wrote on Twitter after Salah inspired Liverpool to a 5-2 victory over Roma in the first leg of the Champions League semi final.
1 Kris Commons in action for Celtic Scotland international Kris Commons has signed a new two-year contract with Celtic, the club has announced.The former Derby and Nottingham Forest midfielder had been linked with a move away from Parkhead, with Neil Lennon keen on reuniting with the 31-year-old at Bolton.Commons, whose previous contract expired in the summer, has scored 74 times in 175 appearances for the Hoops.Speaking to the club’s website, Commons said: “I’m absolutely delighted to have signed this new contract with the club. I’ve loved my time at Celtic and this is where I want to continue playing my football.“The club is in a great place, we’re still in four competitions this season, and already have a cup final to look forward to, and I want to continue playing my part in bringing more success to the club.“I’m also delighted to continue playing in front of these magnificent fans, who have been brilliant with me and my family from the day I joined Celtic.”A club statement read: “Celtic are delighted to announce that Kris Commons has signed a new two-year deal, committing himself to the club until the summer of 2017.”
1 Aaron Mooy in action for Australia Manchester City new boy Aaron Mooy is set to join Huddersfield Town on loan for the whole of the coming season.The Etihad Stadium club landed Mooy from their sister club Melbourne City last month with suggestions that he would spend his first campaign out on loan.And it appears as though Huddersfield will be the midfielder’s next destination, with a season-long loan deal on the cards.Mooy became one of the A-League’s biggest stars, with a record-breaking 21 assists last season alone.And the former Bolton man will now get the chance to play regular Championship football with Huddersfield Town.
An unusual visitor paid the penalty on a visit to a Co Donegal school.The frightened fox just seconds before it was released from the football net at Errigal College.The normally canny fox found himself trapped in a football net when he visited Errigal College in Letterkenny.The frightened animal was noticed by pupils and staff at the school yesterday morning. A plan of action was hatched in a bid to return the fox back to the wilds.Teacher Michael McMenamin and pupil Ciaran Cleary had to exercise caution as the frightened fox was snapping.The lads eventually managed to free the tangled animal from the netting using a snips.Teacher Hugo Dorrian said it was a case of teacher and pupils coming together to “out-fox” the creature. “It did cause a bit of excitement for a while but the lads had to be careful because the fox was snapping.“When they eventually managed to free him, he took off like a shot through the fields.‘Thankfully it wasn’t hurt and he can live to play football on the Errigal College football field another day,” laughed Hugo.Errigal College in Letterkenny. UNUSUAL VISITOR IS OUT-FOXED DURING VISIT TO DONEGAL SCHOOL was last modified: October 1st, 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) Tags:donegalerrigal collegefoxletterkennytrapped
MONTEBELLO – From the raucous scene that can be city politics to the bright lights of the California Democratic Convention, two Montebello High School students are learning that covering politics is not for the faint of heart. State Assembly candidate Gerri Guzman hired video production students Cyrus Reymundo, 17, and Chris Morales, 16, to make a documentary on the recent Democratic Convention in Sacramento. Once there, the teens found themselves at the center of a paparazzi-like swarm of major media outlets competing for access to the candidates. “I couldn’t believe how pushy they were,” said Reymundo. “When Westly was coming in, all the media rushed at him. They were pushing and shoving us aside. But we pushed back and rushed to the front and were able to interview him.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBasketball roundup: Sierra Canyon, Birmingham set to face off in tournament quarterfinalsDespite feeling like they had been thrown into the lions’ den, Morales and Reymundo said the exposure revealed the inner workings of politics and of covering live media events. “It really opened his eyes to what’s out there for him to do and how things work,” said Diana Reymundo, Cyrus’ mother. “They couldn’t believe it when they were given press passes and could go anywhere. It really got them excited.” It was not Morales’ and Reymundo’s first foray into politics. The two students earlier this year created a bit of a stir at City Hall when they innocently showed up one night to videotape a Montebello City Council as part of a class project. Their presence at that meeting in March sparked an intense debate between several council members, some of whom said they had no idea the students were showing up to videotape the meeting. Mayor Bob Bagwell said friend and local sound and video engineer Philip Wilcox had offered to film the meetings free of charge in order to test the acoustics and filming logistics of the council chambers. The city is currently reviewing bids from companies to begin filming council meetings for television on a regular basis. “I’m doing what I can to open doors for the kids,” Wilcox said. “The whole council episode intimidated the kids. But they wanted to continue filming. It’s good experience for them.” While in Sacramento, Morales said, they asked the candidates questions about the recent student walkouts and boycotts over immigration reform, hoping to use the footage for another documentary he is making about the protests. Cyrus Reymundo said some questions they asked took the candidates by surprise. “We asked \ where they would be on May1st, the day of the boycotts,” he said. “Some said they would go to work or go to school. But it was good because they weren’t expecting that question. Westly was supportive of the boycott and said he wouldn’t buy anything, but that we should stay in school.” Reymundo and Morales have partnered on numerous projects since the beginning of the school year. They entered and won a gold medal in the Skills USA regional competition in the category of video production in November. The win enabled them to enter the state competition in April, where they finished in the top 10, said Morales. Both students said they plan on pursuing careers in video production, filming and editing. email@example.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3029160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Naomh Naille Club NotesSlotto: There was no winner of this week’s jackpot. Numbers drawn where: 6 3 2 5 1 4 7. The consolation prize of €80 went to Bridie Kelly, Garage, Mountcharles. Next week’s Jackpot will be €1140. Anyone who is interested in having a direct debit for the slotto can contact Cieran on 087 2450505. There is also a new prepay option where you can pick your numbers and prepay for 1 line for 6 months is €50 or €100 for 12 months, for 3 lines is €120 for 6 months and €240 for 12 months.Slotto Rota: The rota for this week is Edward Kane & Cathal Lowther – Mountcharles & O Neills, Fiachra McGinley & Barry Rose – Inver & Frosses. The draw will take place in the Milltown Bar. Donegal v Tyrone: All orders for tickets for Donegal v Tyrone game to be made through club mobile no. 0877034777. All orders to be made before or on May 16th. No orders will be taken after this date. Only one ticket per member can be ordered, and as there is a limited supply we cannot guarantee each member a ticket. Only members of Naomh Naille GAA club may apply.Courses: There will be an Umpires course in Ballybofey on Tuesday the 14th of May at 8pm.The club has purchased a heart defibrillator which will be place in the club house. It is therefore compulsory for all managers & coaches, who have not yet done a defibrillator course, to complete this course. The course will be held in the clubhouse on Saturday 18th May at 9am and will last approximately to 3pm. Please contact Frankie for any further details.Games: The Seniors have made it 5 out of 5 wins now in the league winning away to Naomh Padraig on Saturday evening, leaving them sitting on top of the table with 10 points, well done men. The score was 2-5 to 0-8 and the St. Nauls scorers where Barry Griffin (0-1), Pauric Coyle (0-1), Paul Mc Groarty (0-2), Cathal Lowther (1-0), James Flynn (0-1) and there was also an own goal. The reserves were narrowly bet by 1 point. The Senior Ladies played Naomh Columba away in Glen last Sunday and lost out by 1 goal on a score line of 2-7 to 3-7. The girls didn’t use the first half wind to the best of their advantage going in at half time just ahead by 3 points, 0-2 to 0-5. In the second half the wind picked up proving very difficult for the girls to get the ball up the field and the Glen girls pulled ahead by 2 goals and a point but the St. Nauls ladies fought back with a goal and a point in the last 5 minutes showing a great battling spirit.Both the Ladies and the Men are in Glen this weekend for the County Gaeltacht Finals. The Ladies are out first on Sunday morning at 11am against Termon B and this will be followed by the senior men at 12.30 against Cloughaneely. Ádh mór ort to all teams over the weekend and we encourage the parish to come out and support as much as they can.The U10’s had a great evening at a blitz in Ardara last Thursday evening. Their home blitz will take place on Thursday 9th of May at 6.30 and Ardara and Glenties will come and take part. Any help available on this evening will be greatly appreciated. GAA NEWS – ST.NAUL’S CLUB NOTES was last modified: April 30th, 2013 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) Tags:Naomh Naille club notes
U13 GIRLS GAELIC FOOTBALL COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPThe Donegal LGFA U13 County Championship takes a break this weekend due to the showpiece All-Ireland Finals on Sunday at Croke Park.Two clubs will also be representing the county at the prestigious Kilmacud Crokes 7s on Saturday with St Eunan’s, who return for a second year, and Milford both travelling to Dublin for the tournament. So the final games in this round of the U13s have been fixed for Saturday week next, October 3 (11am), with any outstanding games having to be played between next Monday, September 29 and Monday, October 5.Teams finishing on the same points in the group stages will be separated on the head-to-head ruling.The semi-final draws take place on Tuesday, October 6, with games fixed for Saturday, October 10. Teams from Group One will play teams from Group Three and teams from Group Two will play teams from Group Four. Draw will be for who gets home advantage. The finals will be held on Sunday, October 18 in Letterkenny.Here’s a round-up of results and tables so far is below: GROUP ONENAOMH PADRAIG MUFF Played 4. Points 8BUNCRANA Played 4, Points 6URRIS Played 4, Points 4N COLMCILLE NEWTOWN Played 4, Points 2 CARNDONAGH Played 4, Points 2MOVILLE Played 4, Points 2Next Up in Group OneOctober 3 Buncrana v MovilleN Padraig Muff v UrrisCarndonagh v N ColmcilleGROUP TWOST EUNAN’S Played 4, Points 8TERMON Played 4, Points 8DOWNINGS Played 4, Points 4GLENSWILLY Played 4, Points 2RED HUGHS Played 4, Points 2ST MARY’S CONVOY Played 4, Points 0Next up in Group TwoOctober 3Glenswilly v ConvoyRed Hughs v Na DunaibhSt Eunan’s v TermonGROUP THREENAOMH CONAILL Played 4, Points 6ST NAUL’S Played 4, Points 6FOUR MASTERS Played 3, Points 4AODH RUADH Played 3, Points 2NAOMH COLUMBA Played 4, Points 2KILLYBEGS Played 4, Points 0Next Up in Group 3October 3Aodh Ruadh v St Naul’sN Columba v N ConaillFour Masters v KillybegsOutstanding fixture Aodh Ruadh v Four Masters must be played by Monday October 5.GROUP FOURGLENFIN Played 3, Points 6GAOTH DOBHAIR Played 3, Points 4MAC CUMHAILLS Played 3, Points 4CLOUGHANEELY Played 4, Points 4DUNGLOE Played 4, Points 2TERMON B Played 3, Points 0Next Up in Group FourOctober 3Dungloe v Gaoth DobhairGlenfin v Termon BCloughaneely v Mac CumhaillsOutstanding games – must be played before October 5. Termon B v Mac Cumhaills and Glenfin v Gaoth DobhairLADIES GAELIC: U13 GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIP LATEST TABLES AND FIXTURES was last modified: September 24th, 2015 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:Donegal LGFAfixturesResultstablesU13 championship