first_imgWIGAN’S first half performance was far too good for Saints as they went down 32-10 at the Stobart Stadium on Friday.Their closest rivals were better in attack and defence and took their chances with aplomb to lead 20-0 at the break.Errors from kicks led to two of Wigan’s three tries whilst Liam Mossop’s opener was far too simple.In attack, Royce Simmons’ men couldn’t find a way through a Warriors’ defence that were all over his side and quelled any chance of fast play the balls.In the second half, Brett Finch cruised over the line before Saints finally broke through with Tony Puletua.Tommy Makinson then capped off a good performance with a try from Lee Gaskell’s chip.But that’s about as good as it got for Saints – Jeff Lima adding another for the Warriors to leave Saints with a lot to think about.Saints welcomed back Shaun Magennis, Matty Ashurst and Francis Meli into the 17 with Josh Perry missing out with a hamstring injury.Warriors called on Sam Tomkins and George Carmont; who didn’t double up last week after their Origin Commitments.Andy Coley also returned from injury.Wigan were first on the attack with a high ball that was knocked on by both teams before Jon Wilkin chipped along the floor to gain territorial advantage.On eight minutes the Warriors came down Saints’ right and almost carved out a chance only for the ball to go dead.Saints nearly did the same seconds later – Jon Wilkin’s kick close to the line causing problems for Sam Tomkins.But on 16 minutes Wigan forged ahead – and it wasn’t surprising. Saints let the opposition run far too many lines and Liam Mossop plunged over from short range.Pat Richards making it 0-6 and then adding a penalty on 25 minutes to stretch the lead.Richards then caught a high ball to the corner on the last tackle to leave Saints with a mountain to climb.And it got much worse as Joel Tomkins grabbed an opportunistic try almost immediately after a high ball was again knocked to the floor.Ok, it took a rebound off two Saints players and there was a hint of a Wigan hand in there, but he raced away with no-one near him.With three minutes left in the half, Shaun Magennis just couldn’t pull in Francis Meli’s pass and Saints headed into the dressing rooms with a lot to improve on.Half Time: Saints 0 Wigan 20Francis Meli got on the outside of Josh Charnley twice early in the second half, but Saints couldn’t take advantage.So it was again no surprise when Brett Finch punished Saints and increased the lead.To be fair it didn’t get much better from there with the half-back partnership of Gaskell and Lomax finding it hard to create gaps.But Tony Puletua finally got Saints on the board with a charge on the angle – Makinson converting.Then Makinson crossed again – from Gaskell’s dab.But Saints continued to put the ball to ground and although Jamie Foster was hauled to the floor after he kicked the ball through, they could have little complaint.Jeff Lima scoring at the death with a try that looked offside and short to compound the misery.Match Summary:Saints:Tries: Puletua, MakinsonGoals: Makinson (1 from 1), Foster (0 from 1)Wigan:Tries: Mossop, Richards, Tomkins, Finch, LimaGoals: Richards (6 from 6)Penalties:Saints: 5Wigan: 2HT: 0-20FT:10-32REF: Thierry AlibertATT: 11540Teams:Saints:1. Paul Wellens; 28. Thomas Makinson, 3. Michael Shenton, 5. Francis Meli, 22. Jamie Foster; 25. Lee Gaskell, 20. Jonny Lomax; 10. James Graham, 9. James Roby, 15. Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook, 12. Jon Wilkin, 4. Sia Soliola, 11. Tony Puletua.Subs: 7. Kyle Eastmond, 13. Chris Flannery, 18. Matty Ashurst, 21. Shaun Magennis.Wigan:1. Sam Tomkins; 25. Josh Charnley, 12. Joel Tomkins, 4. George Carmont, 5. Pat Richards; 17. Brett Finch, 6. Paul Deacon; 15. Jeff Lima, 7. Thomas Leuluai, 21. Lee Mossop, 11. Harrison Hansen, 16. Ryan Hoffman, 13. Sean O’Loughlin.Subs: 9. Michael McIlorum, 10. Andy Coley, 14. Paul Prescott, 23. Chris Tuson.last_img read more

first_imgWANT to watch Saints for just a tenner a match? Then if you’re a ‘Young Adult’ you can take advantage of our great Early Bird Season Ticket deals.For just £133, you can take up your spot in the Hattons Solicitors West Stand and see your super Saints for the equivalent of just over a tenner a game – saving £62 over the course of the season.‘Gold’ bracketed North and Solarking South Stand season tickets can be secured for £194 – a saving of £79 on matchday prices in 2013.And with the East Stand priced at £12 per match and £123 for a season ticket, there’s a price point for everyone.Young Adults can also pay on Direct Debit.It’s simple to buy your ticket – either call into the Ticket Office at Langtree Park, telephone 01744 455 052 or log on to www.saintssuperstore.comA six month Direct Debit option is also available – forms are below.last_img read more

first_imgNATHAN Brown says Saints’ table-topping position is pleasing but there’s a fair way to go yet.His side took over at the summit of Super League following a 32-12 win over Salford.“Being where we are on the table is pleasing and we are quite comfortable with the fact we know where we are at,” he said. “To be blunt about it though, we know if we want to get to Old Trafford we need to continue to improve in a number of areas.“Internally, we have high hopes for ourselves and there is always a pressure to do well. Regardless of being in or out of the Cup it doesn’t add extra pressure. We have passionate fans, a passionate chairman and a passionate Board.“A couple of players here have come through the successful era and now it is up to the new and younger players to demand that of each other. There is a long way to go and the blokes are putting a lot in on the field and in training and are working hard.”Saints travel to Catalan this week and there has been some positive news on the injury front.Brown continued: “Ant Walker suffered a concussion so he should be ready this week whilst Tommy Makinson had a scan on his knee and it isn’t serious – he has an outside chance for Catalan.“We’re not sure yet on Jon Wilkin, we’re waiting for a specialist’s report.“Most of the players have had a few days off to freshen up, but the medical and rehab staff have been working overtime.“They didn’t get a break – and the rehab players have been working hard too.”last_img read more

first_imgOUR mercurial number 9 wants Saints to carry on where they left off when they travel to Castleford this week.James Roby says the second half performance against Wigan was right up there – and that needs to be emulated for 80 minutes if they want to be successful at the Tigers.“It was a great result for us and a fantastic night for all the supporters,” he said. “We put in a lot of effort and got the result. It was pleasing to get the win and the added bonus was Leeds losing so we could top the table.“Our second half was very good. We completed our sets the best we have done for a long time and that helped us build pressure.“In big games there isn’t a lot in it and luckily we put ourselves in a position to take advantage of mistakes.“Our kicking game was good and it put Wigan under pressure. If we kept doing that it was inevitable the cracks would show and they did. The attitude of the lads was there for all to see. They were the first to any loose balls and we took our opportunities.“We were pleased with our second half performance but to carry on we have to emulate that.”He continued: “Castleford beat Leeds last week so they will come in confident on Thursday. They are a fantastic team, especially at home and probably a few results haven’t gone their way.“Perhaps they are coming into form at the right time and we have to be ready for that.“We cannot afford to have any nights off; our attitude has to be spot on.”last_img read more

first_img It’s a shared frustration among business owners along water street.“We had plenty of parking on both sides of the street. Then they took a little more away, a little bit more away and now it’s down to – I think we’ve got maybe eight or nine spaces for I think we’ve got 10 businesses down here,” Imago Hair Studio owner Chad Bean said.The construction for the Riverplace project began in April. Business owners like Savis say the construction is overwhelming his restaurant and other businesses in the area.Related Article: Kohl’s wants more of your Amazon returns“We have our returning customers but no customer wants to park two blocks away to walk over here to get a bagel, as good as they are,” Savis said.Savis says it’s a rare sight to see anyone working on the project. But there’s one thing really frustrating him about this whole process.“The most frustrating part is the fact that our customers can’t get to our place of business to get a bagel. They can’t do it. And the tourists that are here don’t want to wait and try to get in here. They just turn around and go the other way,” Savis said.And other businesses say they feel the pain too.“We have no more walk in traffic. You know? We’re a dead end. So people see the construction, nobody wants to come down this far but yeah we’re hoping that the clients that have been with us for a while aren’t deterred to continue coming to us because they’re unable to park near the shop anymore,” Bean said.Savis and other business owners say they have no problem with development but so far they have not been able to turn a profit. A spokesperson for the city says they are going to continue to communicate with the local businesses, particularly to the ones in the Water Street Center, as to what can be expected in the coming days and weeks. Wilmington Downtown Incorporated also encourages people to go visit these shops and support them. WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Downtown Wilmington and construction go hand in hand as development in the area continues. However, some businesses near the construction on Water Street say they’ve seen a negative impact to their businesses.“There are signs. There are construction signs and people when they look down Water Street, they turn around and go back the other way,” Tugboat Tony’s Bagel Cafe owner Tony Savis said.- Advertisement – last_img read more

first_img “I like the trees. I think that it’s something that should be left alone,” said Shannon Thompson who came to the meeting to support Mr. Westbrook. “Or the ones that are dead need to be cut and replaced with something else, another tree.”The county went through a review of the trees with the local Agriculture Extension office.“The only thing I asked them to do today is for the rest of the courthouse square and really anywhere that they own, get a second opinion even if it’s from their own consultant,” said Westrbook, “And to make sure that these trees are really dying before they cut them down.”Related Article: Summer on the Square returns to BurgawCounty commissioners are keeping ten trees on the square. County staff saying the removal was needed for safety of those who work and visit the courthouse.Westbrook says if no action is taken by the commission, he will still continue his effort to preserve the trees. The open space after crews removed an Oak tree from the Courthouse square (Andrew James/WWAY) BURGAW, NC (WWAY) –  Work is underway to clear several old trees around the Pender County courthouse square in Burgaw. One local businessman wants commissioners to stall the work.John Westbrook spoke again before county commissioners asking them to save several of the nearly 20 trees slated to be cut down around the courthouse. The commission approved the work back in the spring,but made sure not to begin it until after the Blueberry Festival.John Westbrook speaking before the Pender County Commission (Andrew James/WWAY)- Advertisement – last_img read more

first_img According to the Wilmington Police Department, several calls came into 911 about multiple shots fired in the area. The victim drove himself to New Hanover Regional Medical Center. Police said the man’s injuries were non-life threatening.Police do not believe this incident is related to a recent rash of shootings reported earlier in the week.If you have any information about the South Kerr Avenue shooting, call 910-343-3609 or to remain anonymous, text TIP708 and send your message to CRIMES (274637). WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Wilmington police say a man managed to drive himself to the hospital after being shot early Friday morning.The shooting occurred around 4 a.m. in the 200 block of South Kerr Avenue. – Advertisement – last_img read more

first_img Many residents were relieved that they would finally have a new grocery store in town, but Harris Teeter vowed to fight it.Harris Teeter has talked about opening a grocery store in Carolina Beach since 2006. Now the developer of the Harris Teeter property wants another one-year extension, saying the proposed store will have to be redesigned.An attorney representing the developer says they need access to the Publix parking lot for delivery trucks.Related Article: North Carolina sued again over transgender rightsOne man, with no affiliation to Publix, handed out “I Love Publix” t-shirts to residents attending the meeting, saying people are fed up.“We’re tired of the crap,” said Timothy Chestnutt. “They’re not going to build here, they probably never will. They’re just trying to keep the competition off the island. The only thing we have is Food Lion, and you’ve got to go over the bridge to go to Harris Teeter to even shop somewhere else. And I think Publix will bring a nice change to that.”Council ultimately voted to approve the one time extension which will expire April 11, 2020.The developer of the Harris Teeter site will go to the North Carolina Court of Appeals April 10, to argue that the town should not have issued Publix a permit to build at that site.The next town council meeting will be held Monday, April 8 instead of Tuesday April 9, because the town attorney will be in court that day fighting Harris Teeter’s appeal. Harris Teeter gets another one-year extension in Carolina Beach.(Photo: Matt Bennett/WWAY) CAROLINA BEACH, NC (WWAY) — After 13 years of promises to build a new Harris Teeter, Carolina Beach residents rallied at a town council meeting Tuesday to say they are tired of waiting.It was announced back in December that a Publix would be built next door to the still untouched Harris Teeter property.- Advertisement – last_img read more

first_imgFILE PHOTO: Airplane engine parts are seen at the scene of the Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET 302 plane crash, near the town of Bishoftu, southeast of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia March 11, 2019. REUTERS/Tiksa Negeri/File PhotoFILE PHOTO: Airplane engine parts are seen at the scene of the Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET 302 plane crash, near the town of Bishoftu, southeast of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia March 11, 2019. REUTERS/Tiksa Negeri/File Photo Ethiopian Airlines pilots followed proper procedures when their Boeing MAX 8 airplane repeatedly nosedived before a March 10 crash that killed 157 people, Ethiopia’s minister of transport said on Thursday as she delivered the first official report on the disaster.“The crew performed all the procedures repeatedly provided by the manufacturer but was not able to control the aircraft,”  Dagmawit Moges told a news conference in the capital, Addis Ababa.In line with international rules on air accidents, the preliminary report did not attribute blame. Nor did it give a detailed analysis of the flight, which is expected to take several months before a final report due within a year.But in a clear indication of where Ethiopian investigators  are focusing most of their attention, the report cleared the pilots of using incorrect procedures and issued two recommendations directed at planemaker Boeing and regulators.It suggested that Boeing review the aircraft control system and aviation authorities confirm the problem had been solved before allowing that model of plane back into the air. It was grounded globally following the crash, which was the second deadly accident in six months involving the new model after a Lion Air crash in Indonesia in October that killed 189 people.“Since repetitive uncommanded aircraft nose down conditions are noticed … it is recommend that the aircraft control system shall be reviewed by the manufacturer,” Moges said.Ethiopian Airlines said its crew had followed all the correct guidance to handle a difficult emergency.However, the report could spark a debate with Boeing about how crew responded to problems triggered by faulty data from an airflow sensor, particularly over whether they steadied the plane before turning key software off.Boeing said it would study the report.Families of the victims, regulators and travellers around the world are waiting for clues to the accident after the new Boeing jet crashed six minutes after take-off.The preliminary report into the Lion Air disaster said the pilots lost control after grappling with the plane’s Manoeuvring Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS) software, a new automated anti-stall feature that repeatedly lowered the nose of the aircraft based on faulty data from a sensor.Boeing said on Wednesday it had successfully tested an update of the MCAS software designed to reduce its authority and make it easer for pilots to handle.WhatsApp SharePrint <a href=’http://revive.newsbook.com.mt/www/delivery/ck.php?n=ab2c8853&amp;cb={random}’ target=’_blank’><img src=’https://revive.newsbook.com.mt/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=97&amp;cb={random}&amp;n=ab2c8853&amp;ct0={clickurl_enc}’ border=’0′ alt=” /></a>last_img read more

first_img SharePrint MGOZ / Terry CamilleriMGOZ / Terry Camilleri Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects Ian Borg and Parliamentary Secretary for Local Government and Communities Silvio Parnis met with Gozo’s local councils in Għajnsielem where they launched a sustainable transport service which will be offered by the locality’s local council to the elderly and to persons with mobility difficulties residing in Għajnsielem.This is possible after the local council placed second in a competition for permanent measures which Transport Malta organised in 2016 as part of European Mobility Week.MGOZ / Terry CamilleriThanks to a grant of €30,000 given by the Authority, the council could buy an electric van which will be transporting these residents to the health centre throughout the summer months as well as to other activities organised by the council after summer.Minister Borg explained that, like last year, there will be two competitions – one for small activities and the other one for permanent measures, from which nine different local councils have already benefited. “I encourage all local councils to come forward with their proposals towards more sustainable communities in their transport choices. Let’s work together towards a cleaner culture in the transport sector,” he said.Minister for Gozo Justyne Caruana said that this initiative complements the EcoGozo vision, that of introducing new and alternative means of transport with full respect towards the environment. The Minister said that the decarbonisation strategy which the Ministry is working on will incentivise the reduction of emission thus continuing to pave the way towards the achievement of these ambitious goals. She congratulated Għajnsielem Local Council and Transport Malta for this initiative and looked ahead to more collaboration between the local council and the government.Parliamentary Secretary for Local Government and Communities Silvio Parnis also congratulated Għajnsielem Local Council for offering free transportation service to the elderly and people with disability, thanks to funds earned through the European Mobility Week.He added that this service will serve as an environmental advantage and at the same time will continue to increase inclusion for the elderly and for people with disability. Parnis concluded that there need to be more local councils that offer such services in their localities and they can do so by taking part in campaigns such as the European Mobility Week.As part of the competition for small activities, five proposals by local councils and/or NGOs will be selected to organise activities towards sustainable transport during European Mobility Week between the 16th and 22nd of September 2019. These will be given between €1,500 and €2,500 as part of this competition.The ‘Permanent Measures’ competition will lead two local councils to win a grant of €50,000 and €30,000 respectively.WhatsApp <a href=’http://revive.newsbook.com.mt/www/delivery/ck.php?n=ab2c8853&amp;cb={random}’ target=’_blank’><img src=’https://revive.newsbook.com.mt/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=97&amp;cb={random}&amp;n=ab2c8853&amp;ct0={clickurl_enc}’ border=’0′ alt=” /></a>last_img read more

first_imgThe Samsung Galaxy S7 carries the latest version of Android operating system. Advertisement After rolling out it’s “Galaxy Beta Program” last month allowing users of the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge phablets to test Android 7.0 Nougat on their devices, looks like the South Korean smartphone manufacturer might directly update the two smartphones to Android 7.1.1 Nougat skipping the official Android 7.0 Nougat update rollout.In response to a user query, Samsung has confirmed that it will be updating Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge smartphones directly to Android 7.1.1 Nougat instead of first updating them to version Android 7.0 Nougat.New FeaturesThe Android 7.1.1 Nougat update brings along new emojis that reflect gender equality, support from GIF images right from the keyboard, and app shortcuts right from the home screen.[related-posts]last_img read more

first_imgImage Credit: CNET Advertisement Google who recently confirmed that it is working on the successors of the Pixel and Pixel XL devices code-naming them – Muskie and Walleye for Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 respectively, there’s a new separate report that has it that the firm is working on a third device; code-named Taimen – which is said to be much larger than the Pixel smartphones.Android Police cites its internal source to claim that Taimen could be a phone, but the surety of this is very little because the Taimen device could be a tablet as well, or could be large Pixel-branded phone. Alternatively, it wouldn’t sport Pixel branding at all be a completely different device with a unique branding of its own.Online reports claim that the device is to launch later this year. However, there is little else that is known about the device.[related-posts]last_img read more

first_imgear plugs. Image Credit: Deccan Chronicle Advertisement According to online reports, scientists at the Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research IGD in Rostock in Germany have developed EarFieldSensing (EarFS), that recognizes facial gestures via a special ear plug.The researchers evaluated various technologies with which the movements of a person’s head and face can be interpreted. In this process, great importance was placed on practical use in everyday life.For example, systems that read gestures using sensors directly on one’s face are very accurate and able to recognize a large number of gestures. – Advertisement –  The new EarFS ear plug measures the muscular currents and distortions of the ear canal which occur during facial movements.The sensor detects even the smallest movements in the face through the way the shape of the ear canal changes and measures muscle currents that arise during the movement of the face or head.“The challenge was that these currents and movements are sometimes very small and need to be intensified,” said Denys Matthies, scientist at the Fraunhofer IGD.“In addition, the sensors cannot be interfered with by other movements of the body, such as vibrations during walking or external interference, Matthies said.“To solve this problem, an additional reference electrode was applied to the earlobe which records the signals coming from outside,” he said.The signals detected inside the ear are matched with the signals coming from the outside – the remaining useful signal enables clear facial gesture identification, even if the person wearing the EarFS is in motion.EarFS not only allows microinteractions with a smartphone, such as accepting and rejecting phone calls or operating the music player.The evaluation of facial movements also allows conclusions about weariness, exertion and other emotional states of the user.[related-posts]As a result, smartphones could warn drivers when signs of weariness and fatigue are registered or could switch automatically to mute when drivers are concentrating attentively.The use of the technology is also imaginable in the medical field.For example, it could help people with locked-in syndrome to communicate more easily by allowing them to operate computers with facial movements.source: Press Trust of India (and inputs from TOI)last_img read more

first_imgWhat’s your view?CALL STAR SPORTS ON 08000 521 321 [dropcap]W[/dropcap]elcome to Starters Orders. Our daily midday update from the trading room at Star Sports with our key market movers for the day across all sports.Tuesday 27 OctoberRACING1.40 CatterickStraightothepoint 9/1 > 6/13.00 BangorNew Street 4/1 > 2/13.10 LingfieldCompton Mill 4/1 > 5/23.30 BangorGee Hi 9/4 > 13/83.40 LingfieldKing’s Concerto 9/2 > 11/43.55 PunchestownNotimetoserve 12/1 > 7/14.20 CatterickMinty Jones 14/1 > 6/15.10 WolverhamptonOil Strike 13/2 > 3/1FOOTBALLCapital One Cup 4th Round19:45 Sky Sports 1 / Sky Sports 1 HD13/2 Sheffield Wednesday 4/9 Arsenal 7/2 DRAW(All prices subject to fluctuation)last_img read more

first_imgBrighton have scored two or more goals in seven of their last 10 home league games and should be relied on for more goals tonight but the pressure to get goals could easily leave the back door open too.The Star Special of both teams to score and a winner in 90 minutes looks a fair bet. I’ve just no idea which way so will have equal stakes on both outcomes.RECOMMENDED BETS (scale of 1-100 points)BACK BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE AND BRIGHTON WIN for 6 points at 5/1 with Star SportsBACK BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE AND SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY WIN for 6 points at 13/2 with Star SportsSunday: BET VOIDWhat’s your view? CALL STAR SPORTS 08000 521 321 [dropcap]U[/dropcap]nfair. That, of course, is the damn problem with the play-off system.The fact that Brighton were within one win of automatic promotion to the Premier League when they went to the Riverside counts for nothing – as does the fact that they finished 15 points clear of Sheffield Wednesday in the ‘regular’ season.Not only does it count for nothing – it also counts AGAINST them in my opinion. Brighton have had to regroup after coming so close yet Sheffield Wednesday are like a free roller at a poker tournament – playing carefree hands at a party that (for most of the season) they never expected to be at – four consecutive wins in March doing the trick for Wednesday.It’s pointless whinging, as the rules are there for one and all but I’ve never been a great supporter of the play-off system which may well add end of season drama (and contribute to the new Wembley building costs) but remains a tad gimmicky for my liking.The pressure certainly showed on The Seagulls in the first leg at Hillsborough when Sheffield Wednesday raced into a 2-0 lead thanks to goals from Ross Wallace and Kieran Lee – the deadlock finally broken between the pair as both matches in regular season had finished 0-0.That leaves Brighton with plenty of work to do but in a funny way less pressure than if it had been, say, 0-0 in the first leg. Brighton may well relish the challenge of now being underdogs and can grab the match and the challenge by the b**** from the outset.That certainly seems to be the view of the Brigton players too. Sam Baldock told the club website: “We’ve got nothing to lose now and the pressure is completely on them. We’re positive and we’re going to go for it. We’ve got 90 minutes for them to come to the Amex with a full stadium, with screaming fans egging us on.”He added: ”Stranger things have happened. I came off the pitch thinking, ‘Come on, bring on Monday,’ because believe me, this tie is not over.”Certainly, an early goal would make life interesting and I wouldn’t be completely surprised to see this one go the distance into penalties.Brighton have fared worse in the injury stakes with doubts over Tomer Hemed, Connor Goldson, Anthony Knockaert and Steve Sidwell from the first leg.Wednesday boss Carlos Carvalhal may well name an unchanged side.Brighton & Hove Albion v Sheffield WednesdayChampionship Play-Off Semi-Final 2nd Leg19:45 Sky Sports 1 / Sky Sports 1 HDHEAD TO HEAD RECORD(Maximum 10 matches)May 2016 CHAMPIONSHIP PLAY-OFF Sheff Wed 2-0 BrightonMar 2016 CHAMPIONSHIP Brighton 0-0 Sheff WedNov 2015 CHAMPIONSHIP Sheff Wed 0-0 BrightonFeb 2015 CHAMPIONSHIP Sheff Wed 0-0 BrightonAug 2014 CHAMPIONSHIP Brighton 0-1 Sheff WedMar 2014 CHAMPIONSHIP Sheff Wed 1-0 BrightonOct 2013 CHAMPIONSHIP Brighton 1-1 Sheff WedFeb 2013 CHAMPIONSHIP Sheff Wed 3-1 BrightonSep 2012 CHAMPIONSHIP Brighton 3-0 Sheff WedApr 2011 LEAGUE ONE Brighton 2-0 Sheff WedSTAR SPECIALSlast_img read more