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Newcomers Erema Gulf FC beat Huawei PS 3-2

first_imgErema were first on the board in the 3rd minute through young Michael Gita.Huawei PS struck back in the 20th minute through Henry Ronny and again four minutes later through Steven Mais to take the lead.Both sides had equal chances to score more points but could not find the back of the net leaving the score at 2-1 going to the break.Huawei PS threatened to take over the lead in the opening minutes of the second half when a cross from John Baulo to the boot of Ronny sailed above the bar.Minutes later, it was the same up at the other end of the field when Erema missed a chance to equalize.Erema continued to press on and the score was locked at 2-2 in the 84th minute after a header from Ivan Sevese beat the goal keeper.One minute later, Erema took the lead when Tau Winnie was put into space and had only the goal keeper to beat which he had no trouble doing, slotting the ball past to score the winning goal.In the Northern Conference Games today, Madang FC beat Admiralty FC 1-0 while Besta PNG United thrashed Goroka Gosiha 4-1.last_img read more

Lion Regional Governor Visits JN David Hospital

first_imgThe Regional Governor of Lion International Diamilatou Sideri Akaangw on Tuesday started what the Lions and Lioness in Liberia referred to as an official visit to its supported institutions.Accordingly, Governor Akaangw visited James N. Davis, Jr., Hospital in Paynesville outside Monrovia.Mrs. Akaangw, according to the Liberian leadership of Lions and Lioness, is the District Governor for District 403 A-2, comprising of Benin, Togo, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Liberia and Sierra Leone.At a brief welcoming ceremony at the hospital, Medical Director Yatta Sackie Wapoe, reminded her guest that during the height of the crisis in Liberia, the hospital had limited resources to combat the deadly virus Ebola.Dr. Wapoe added that as a result of the international charity’s contributions in critically needed medical supplies, services at the overwhelmed hospital during the crisis were handled with greater care and success stories were achieved.“We must acknowledge that your gifts, especially the beds and other essential items made significant impact on the lives of our patients, staff and general workforce,” Dr. Wapoe asserted.Dr. Wapoe also intimated that the generous assistance provided during the difficult period of the Ebola fight in Liberia came at a time when medical supplies and other materials were greatly needed at the hospital.On the status of the JND Hospital, Dr. Wapoe indicated that it is a secondary medical institution under the auspices of the Ministry of Health.In remarks, some senior staff of the hospital told the visiting Lion Governor that when it was learned that the JND Hospital was earmarked for the charity’s assistance, it was a sigh of relief and blessing.“We want to thank God first and second to the Lion Club for such generous and timely assistance to us and the greater Liberian society,” the staff asserted. During the tour of the JND Hospital and the various wards, Governor Akaanghw was seen beaming with smiles as she intermittently posed questions to the medical director and staff on the overall operations of the hospital.Earlier, officials of Lion International Liberia disclosed that when the Liberian government was asked which medical facilities needed assistance, the JND and government hospitals in Robertsport, Grand Cape Mount County were mentioned.Accompanying Governor Akaanghw was Region Chairperson David Owusu Anokye of District 3-H, comprising of Ghana, Liberia and Sierra Leone and playing host to four zones and 19 clubs.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

USC NOTEBOOK Misdirection aided Trojans

first_imgBest game? Carroll said defensive end Kyle Moore played his best game in college despite making just two tackles, probably because he intercepted a pass. “By far, Kyle’s best game for us,” Carroll said. But Moore offered a different view. “They graded me a B actually,” he said. Moore earned an A in the season opener against Idaho. “I’ve been waiting two years to do it,” Moore said. “I’m glad they have faith in me.” Joseph out Cornerback Vincent Joseph will not play this week after he bruised his larynx against Nebraska. “I was in pain,” Joseph said. “I couldn’t breathe. I was wheezing. My throat is real sore right now and I’ve got a crick in my neck.” Joseph will eat soft foods this week while he recovers. For the last year, Joseph also has dealt with his mom being hospitalized for congestive heart failure. “I’ve been dealing that,” he said. “I’m OK now because I know she’s getting good care.” Tailback C.J. Gable will return kickoffs this week. Carroll said Gable’s playing time at tailback will not be affected by returning kickoffs. Even if Joseph is healthy, Gable might return kickoffs because Carroll is concerned about fumbles. “Ball security is an issue,” Carroll said. “That’s a problem.” So sorry Carroll continued to take the blame for USC mistakenly choosing to kick off after losing the opening coin flip. That meant the Trojans also kicked off to start the second half. “I totally take responsibility for that, it got screwed up,” Carroll said. “That shouldn’t happen. That was a bad mistake on our part.” Apparently, all of USC’s captains went silent when the officials asked them if they were sure they wanted to kick off, unsure if it was the right decision. scott.wolf@dailynews.com160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! By Scott Wolf STAFF WRITER Did Nebraska’s defense get psyched out by USC, creating those gaping holes that allowed the Trojans to rush for 313 yards? The Cornhuskers moved their defensive players liberally against Nevada, but kept them in place for a close victory over Wake Forest. Nebraska chose to keep its defensive players in place against USC, too, perhaps confident it could match up physically with the Trojans. It turned out to be a momentous decision. USC’s offense also put enough players in motion so that the Huskers might have been scared to stunt their defense, because it might create big holes. “If you move guys around, it might give (Nebraska) a reason to keep people in place because they don’t want to get caught out of position,” USC offensive line coach Pat Ruel said. It turned out Nebraska had nothing to lose, because its base defense was completely fooled by the Trojans’ misdirection. USC coach Pete Carroll referred to the holes as “colossal.” “We didn’t even have to throw,” Carroll said. last_img read more

DONE DEAL! QPR sign winger David Wheeler from Exeter City

first_img David Wheeler scored 21 goals last season for Exeter City 1 QPR have signed winger David Wheeler from Exeter on a three-year deal, the Championship club have announced.The 26-year-old, who scored 21 goals last season for the Grecians in League Two, moves to Loftus Road for an undisclosed fee.A statement on QPR’s official website said: “David Wheeler has joined QPR on a three-year deal, signing for an undisclosed fee.”Wheeler started his career at Brighton’s academy before moving to Lewes then Staines, where he stayed for two years before joining Exeter in 2013.last_img read more

Heat threatens lives in St. Louis blackout

first_imgST. LOUIS – In less than 24 hours this city got pummeled by a meteorological tag team: A sudden, unexpectedly rough storm that knocked out power to more than half a million customers, followed by near-triple-digit heat that made them suffer and sweat through the loss. Before daybreak Thursday, residents with flashlights went out in their pajamas to survey streets strewn with tree limbs, ripped off the night before by a storm that unleashed 80 mph-plus winds and torrential rains. More than 30 people were injured – mostly baseball fans at Busch Stadium – and three buildings collapsed. As the sun rose on the 97-degree day – which felt like 111 thanks to the humidity – they sat on stoops, seeking a breeze, to escape suffocating indoor heat. Gov. Matt Blunt declared a state of emergency, granting the mayor’s request to send in nearly 300 National Guard troops to take people to air-conditioned public buildings and to clear debris. One person, a 93-year-old woman, was found dead, one of at least 20 deaths around the nation attributed at least in part to a week-long heat wave. “We can’t overemphasize the danger of this heat,” Mayor Francis Slay said. “The longer the heat goes on and the power is out, the riskier it is.” The People’s Health Centers, which care for the uninsured in St. Louis, reported being inundated with patients complaining of heat stress, asthma and other heat-related maladies. Two clinics were without electricity. “We are beyond our maximum capacity,” spokeswoman Betty Randall said. The power loss also knocked out hundreds of traffic lights and shut down stores and gas stations. John Swapshire, 39, had to go to six stores to find a window fan. He bought a hardware store’s second-to-last one for $14.99. The other stores “were either closed because of the electricity or sold out,” said Swapshire, who has a gas-powered generator to compensate for his power loss. “I don’t think you can buy a cube of ice in all of St. Louis, either.” Police used public-address speakers from their squad cars to announce locations of community centers and other places designated as cooling centers. Volunteers went door to door, checking on people with no power to run fans or air conditioners.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Incoming Premier League chief executive withdraws from role

first_img Dinnage has abruptly withdrawn from the role RANKED Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move But a Premier League statement on Sunday evening read: “Despite her commitment to the Premier League in early November, Susanna Dinnage has now advised the nominations committee that she will not be taking up the position of chief executive.”Dinnage joined TV giant Discovery in 2009, with her most recent role as global president of its Animal Planet brand.Her only previous involvement in sport was when she ran Discovery’s British and Irish operation, which included responsibility for Eurosport. Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade The Premier League has interim measures in place, but must now find a new candidate and added in its statement: “The committee has reconvened its search and is talking to candidates. There will be no further comment until an appointment is made.”The organisation is also looking for a non-executive chairman, with Scudamore’s role having been split. Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck, Burnley chairman Mike Garlick and Leicester chief executive Susan Whelan led the recruitment process, with Buck describing Dinnage as “the outstanding choice” from a “very strong field” of candidates.Scudamore has run English football’s top flight since 1999, but announced his intention to step down as its executive chairman earlier this year. Latest Football News MONEY Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions 2 Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade REVEALED 2 Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card no dice huge blow REVEALED ADVICE The Premier League has been forced to go back to the drawing board in its search for a new chief executive after Susanna Dinnage’s shock decision to withdraw from the role.The TV executive was confirmed as the outgoing Richard Scudamore’s successor in mid-November, with the plan that she would take up her new position early in 2019. Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Scudamore has run the Premier League since 1999 BEST OF Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury last_img read more

Robinson ‘rattled’ his Motherwell players at half time

first_imgOn his half-time team talk, Robinson added: “I can’t tell you what I said but, listen, we have high standards. “We were waiting for something to happen rather than making it happen in the last 20 minutes of the first half. The decision-making on the ball could have been better in the 20 minutes before half-time.“But when you are able to take Louis Moult off and get three different goalscorers, then it shows we have a decent squad. We had more chances and there was some really good play in the last 20-25 minutes.“I keep saying to the boys, earn your right to play football, and they did that. They scrapped, battled and earned the right to pass the ball.”Things could easily have been even worse for Thistle. Goalkeeper Tomas Cerny received a yellow card for taking out Bowman before Moult’s free-kick when a red looked distinctly possible.They remain without a victory after eight Premiership games and looked a beaten team after the second goal.Manager Alan Archibald said: “I was disappointed with the manner we lost the game. The start and the final goal typified the whole performance.“The first one was a moment of madness from Tomas coming out that leads to the free-kick. But the biggest one was the third one, the corner where the ball falls to Motherwell three times in the box, and that’s hard to take.“We didn’t deal with the second balls and the ugly side of the game. That’s no disrespect to Motherwell, they did it very well and had quality in with it as well.” Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson gave his players a half-time “rattle” amid their emphatic 3-0 victory over Partick Thistle.Robinson gave an indication of his high standards after being disappointed that his side could not keep up their blistering start to the match.Peter Hartley gave them a seventh-minute lead when he netted after Louis Moult’s free-kick had come off the post and Motherwell were relentless with their pressure during the first quarter.They remained comfortable as the pace wore off – Trevor Carson never had a save to make all game – but Robinson was not satisfied at the midway stage. “We started really well, the first 20 minutes we came out the blocks really well,” he said. “We could have been two or three up and then we took the foot off the gas.“But Partick Thistle are a good side. Make no mistake, they have players that can hurt you. So I gave them a wee bit of a rattle at half-time. I wanted more from them. But the second-half performance was excellent.”Craig Tanner netted in the 56th minute and Ryan Bowman struck eight minutes from time after Hartley’s Cruyff-turn helped keep a corner alive.Motherwell were dominant throughout as they sealed their fifth win in seven matches and consolidated their place in the top six of the Scottish Premiership.last_img read more

Traffic Stop Yields Multiple Suspected Drugs

first_imgOn February 20, 2018 at 2:46pm, Indiana State Police Senior Trooper Ted Robertson stopped a white Lincoln Navigator on SR 163 just west of SR 63, for operating erratically on northbound SR 63 prior to the stop. The driver was identified as 23-year-old Chaise Xavier Kohl of Terre Haute, IN. A routine driver’s license check revealed Kohl was wanted on felony warrants out of Vigo County for criminal mischief and criminal residential entry. Senior Trooper Robertson requested assistance from Vermillion County Sheriff’s Deputy Chad Hennis and his K-9 partner “Scout”. A positive K-9 indication was displayed on the vehicle and during further investigation, approximately (8) grams of Marijuana, (1) gram of Crystal Methamphetamine, (4) Hypodermic needles, a bag of Belbuca Hydrochloride wipes, scales, and various items of drug paraphernalia. Kohl was incarcerated in the Vermillion County Jail on preliminary charges of Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Hypodermic Needles, and Possession of Paraphernalia.The case was investigated by ISP S/Trooper Ted Robertson with assistance of VCSO Deputy Chad Hennis and “Scout”. Under the Law, criminal charges are merely accusations and the defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.last_img read more

Amharclann theatre to receive €30,000 funding boost

first_imgThe Amharclann, an Irish language theatre, in Ghaoth Dobhair is to receive €30,000 from the Donegal County Council and Údarás na Gaeltachta. The jointly funded scheme is expected to assist the theatre to deliver an array of exciting arts programmes and cultural events throughout the year.Welcoming the news, Councillor John Sheamais Ó Fearraigh said: “I am so delighted by the confirmation which I’ve received today that both Donegal County Council and Údarás na Gaeltachta have agreed to provide joint funding worth some €30,000 to support the Irish Language theatre, Amharclann Ghaoth Dobhair. “This decision is a huge vote of confidence in the theatre and will allow for added investment in the arts and in particular Irish language productions and events.“Since its redevelopment, Amharclann Ghaoth Dobhair has proven itself to be an institution capable of producing top class theatre and has become a venue renowned for playing host to hugely successful theatrical, musical and cultural events.”Amharclann theatre to receive €30,000 funding boost was last modified: November 21st, 2018 by Shaun KeenanShare 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:Amharclanndonegal councilGhaoth Dobhairlast_img read more

New technology bringing work from Mexico back to Autoliv

first_imgAutoliv may have recently held a party to celebrate the 20th anniversary of its Tilbury plant, but the gift – which will bring new technology and return work previously sent to Mexico – is still to come.The manufacturer of inflatable curtain airbags that protect drivers and passengers from side-impact collisions is preparing for a brand new Phoenix laser cutter to be operational by next summer.The new technology was announced during an anniversary celebration on Saturday.Vanessa Stahlbrand, human resources manager at Autoliv in Tilbury, said older model cutters were previously located at the plant before this work was shifted to Mexico years ago.“It’s new technology, but the leadership has confidence in us and decided to award it to our facility,” she said. “We’re bringing it back.”Stahlbrand noted the newer model will be able to cut three-million curtain airbags a year and will create new jobs.She said Autoliv had a challenging year in 2018, “but we’ve been able to build a quality product and meet our targets.”“We’ve got amazing employees that help Autoliv products save over 30,000 lives per year,” she said.The Tilbury facility is on pace to produce 10.2-million airbags this year.Stahlbrand said if the Tilbury plant continues to perform well, the potential exists for another three new high-tech cutters to be installed in the plant in the future.She said the four laser cutters would match the plant’s weaving capacity to produce 12-million curtain airbags annually.eshreve@postmedia.comlast_img read more