Image Courtesy: The WeekAdvertisement ahNBA Finals | Brooklyn VsdjpmWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Eka( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 4iicWould you ever consider trying this?😱ddenCan your students do this? 🌚4iwbuRoller skating! Powered by Firework Seeing a direct goal from a corner kick is a sight to behold. From Colombia’s Marco Coll beating the legendary Lev Yashin in the 1962 FIFA World Cup, to Real Madrid talisman Toni Kroos catching Valencia FC goalkeeper off-guard last month, this near impossible way to score goals takes years of precise accuracy with the foot. But can a kid do that? Yes, a boy named Dani PK can. The 10 year old Keralite prodigy footballer had the pinpoint precision to swerve one in from the corner flag, and it is going viral all over the internet.Advertisement Image Courtesy: The WeekDani PK plays for the Kerala Football Training Centre (KFTC) club, and his unbelievable yet amazing achievement in the final match of the All Kerala Kids Football tournament, held at Meenangadi in the Wayanad district of Kerala.Dani’s shot to limelight is credited to none other than legendary Indian footballer I.M. Vijayan. The 50 year old uploaded the clip on his official Twitter handle. Check it out below-Advertisement This mesmerising corner goal wasn’t Dani’s only achievement. The youngster scored a hat trick in the final, and was also awarded ‘Player of the Tournament’ for scoring a total of 13 goals in the tournament.Currently studying in the fifth standard of Presentation School in Kozhikode, this sensational goal has earned the kid nickname of ‘Lionel’. Speaking to Indian news magazine The Week, Dani’s father Abu Hashim stated that his son is an avid football fan from a vbery young age.“Football is his favourite sport. He loves it so much that no matter how many footballs we buy him, he always asks for another,” Hashim said in the interview.Working as a photographer for Malayala Manorama, Hashim revealed that Dani’s favourite team are the catalan giants, indicating Messi is his idol: “Dani swears by Barcelona. So, no prizes for guessing who his footballing idol is.”“Every morning, Novia and I have to help him with packing his school bag as per the timetable. But he needs no alarm clock, no help to wake up or pack his football kit when he has to go for training at 6 am. Such is his love for the game,” Dani’s father concluded.Also read-Watch: New Zealand kid perfectly imitates Jasprit Bumrah’s action!Watch: Incredible young kid mirrors Roger Federer’s footwork and shot-making by watching him on TV! Advertisement
Martin Pedroza731013614%$376,750 -30- Tyler Baze11714111612%$897,344 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Elvis Trujillo911213813%$778,336 TEXAS RED STARTS DOWN KENTUCKY DERBY PATHKent Desormeaux has won the Kentucky Derby three times, but trainer Keith, his brother, has never started a horse in the Run for the Roses.That could change if Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner Texas Red makes it to Churchill Downs for the first jewel of the Triple Crown on May 2. But first things first, and that would be Sunday’s Grade II San Vicente Stakes in which Texas Red makes his 3-year-old debut.“We’re ready to get the show on the road,” said Keith, who will give his younger brother a leg up on the son of Afleet Alex for the seven furlong race. “I’m happy with where he is right now, no doubt.“I’ve said before that this is a building process towards the first Saturday in May. We’re prepared. I just think the sprint is the right thing for him. I’m sure that’s up for discussion, but it seems like the right thing to do.“This is a building process and this is the first step. I’ve been to the Kentucky Derby before, but have never run a horse in the race. We’ve come close to getting there, winning a couple of prep races, but never actually participated.”Texas Red and Eclipse Award winner American Pharoah were assigned co-highweight of 126 pounds in the Experimental Free Handicap announced Thursday by The Jockey Club.The field for the San Vicente, which goes as the sixth race with an approximate post time of 1:30: Lord Nelson, Rafael Bejarano; Serbian Syclone, Elvis Trujillo; Jazzy Josh, Flavien Prat; Texas Red, Kent Desormeaux; Bench Warrant, Tyler Baze; and Sir Samson, Joe Talamo.Punctuate and Magic Taste were scratched.FINISH LINES: Hoppertunity is scheduled to work at Santa Anita Sunday after which Bob Baffert said he would have a better line on whether to run the San Pasqual winnerin nextSaturday’s $500,000 San Antonio Invitational against California Chrome and Shared Belief. Shared Belief, meanwhile,is slated to have his final major breeze for the race on Tuesday at Golden Gate, and will ship to Santa Anita Wednesday, Jerry Hollendorfer assistant Dan Ward said . . .Trainer George Papaprodromou said Charles Town Classic winner Imperative is under consideration for the San Antonio after the son of Bernardini worked six furlongs Saturday in 1:13 . . . Zenyatta offspring Cozmic One worked six furlongs with Victor Espinoza up in company for John Shirreffs in 1:14. Stablemate Captain Tim was clocked in 1:13.80 . . . On a firm turf course, Abbey Vale worked five furlongs in 1:05 for Phil D’Amato; Quadrivium the same distance in a bullet 1:02.40 for Graham Motion; and Power Ped and Skyring six furlongs in 1:17.60 and 1:18.20, respectively, for Neil Drysdale. Each horse is nominated to the Grade II, $200,000 San Marcos Stakes at 1 ¼ miles on turf next Saturday. Impressive newcomer Flavien Prat, who has seven wins from just 39 rides this meet, has the mount on Power Ped in the San Marcos, agent Derek Lawson reports . . . Los Alamitos Futurity runner-up Firing Line worked five furlongs in 1:02.60 for Simon Callaghan in preparation for the Grade III Robert B. Lewis Stakes next Saturday . . . Santa Anita invites fans to its Big Game Party Sunday in the Bud Light Lounge & Sirona’s. Enjoy a buffet, program, big screen HDTV’s, two full-size pool tables, and $3 Budweiser and Bud Light brews all day for only $20. Tickets are available online at santaanita.com/events. Must be 21 or older to enter this area on a first come, first served for seating. Call 626-574-6400 for group rates. First post time Sunday is 11 a.m. There will be no Early Bird Wagering at Clockers’ Corner Sunday due to the early post time . . . Through 23 racing days, perennial champion Rafael Bejarano holds a 28-19 lead over resurgent Kent Desormeaux in Santa Anita’s jockey standings, while Hollendorfer has a 16-12 advantage over runner-up Peter Miller among trainers, winning with 23 percent of his starters and leading in purse earnings with $1,363,004, some $640,000 more than Miller . . . Favorites are winning above the national norm of around 33 percent, at 38.95 (74 of 190). The average is even higher for winning favorites on dirt, 42.54 percent (57 of 134), but dips precipitously on turf to 30.36 percent (17 of 56). Odds-on choices are scoring at 58.14 percent (25 of 43); in the money favorites at 66.84 percent (127 of 190); and in the money odds-on favorites at 83.72 percent (36 of 43). (Statistics provided by Santa Anita Race Wire Operator Jason Hom).-more- Peter Miller631215619%$718,980 James Cassidy2945414%$170,210 2/2/2/2 Eddie Truman840150%$168,030 Richard Baltas2652319%$151,308 Richard Mandella2453521%$230,780 Doug O’Neill6187813%$406,030 Drayden Van Dyke88991510%$540,426 Tiago Pereira545379%$154,820 Joseph Talamo91612127%$551,844 Gary Stevens3985721%$474,400 John Sadler4646109%$289,332 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won Corey Nakatani5488715%$460,100 Flavien Prat3972518%$271,430 Mark Casse2754419%$371,570 Brice Blanc1931216%$106,860 Mike Smith50109820%$765,761 Edwin Maldonado523386%$184,776 (Current Through Friday, Jan. 30) Mark Glatt3457515%$276,142 Philip D’Amato3248613%$270,490 Jerry Hollendorfer691610823%$1,363,004 JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won A. C. Avila1440129%$83,160 Fernando Perez8088710%$323,054 Rafael Bejarano10528181527%$1,240,004 Jeff Bonde1640325%$163,570 Bob Baffert3969515%$550,868 Felipe Valdez1033230%$65,390 Kent Desormeaux76199925%$976,792 Peter Eurton3364718%$304,958 Michael Pender1643025%$120,400 Brandon Boulanger5152410%$117,360 Martin Garcia50710514%$580,190 Victor Espinoza701213717%$729,990 EYES OF THE RACING WORLD ARE ON TEXAS REDHOPPERTUNITY TO DRILL; SAN ANTONIO NEXT?
Two young Inishowen men charged with the murder of a 66-year-old man in Sydney have had their case adjourned for a month.Nathan Kelly, 21, and Christopher McLaughlin, 24, were initially charged with recklessly causing grievous bodily harm after a man was discovered in a critical condition in the early hours of Saturday, December 29. Paul Tavelardis was taken from the scene in the inner west suburb of Summer Hill and died in hospital on January 8.The pair subsequently had their charges upgraded to murder.The case was heard at Burwood Local Court today and adjourned until Wednesday, April 17.Kelly, from Glengad, and McLaughlin, from Malin, did not appear.The duo are currently being held in separate prisons in New South Wales and face life sentences if found guilty.They arrived in Australia just a few months ago.Bradley Tavelardis said his father had battled leukaemia and heart issues in later years and wouldn’t have had the strength to defend himself.The parents of the two accused Donegal men described the ordeal as a “nightmare.”Inishowen men charged with murder in Australia have case adjourned was last modified: March 6th, 2019 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:AustraliachargedcourtdonegalInishowenmurder
The North Coast sport salmon season opens on Saturday, and it looks to be littered with unknowns. First and foremost, will boats be able to get out? The marine forecast is getting worse by the day. Saturday’s forecast is calling for 10 to 20 knot winds and waves 9 feet at 9 seconds. That’s big-boat weather for sure. For the boats that do make it out, where do you start? Conditions have been horrible for over a week now, so there’s no insight on where the feed is.Typically, commercial crabbers …
5 February 2013South Africans are an argumentative lot – and the country’s problems become amplified simply because we shout past each other, National Planning Minister Trevor Manuel told delegates at the Investing in African Mining Indaba in Cape Town on Monday.Instead, Manuel said in his presentation on the National Development Plan (NDP), government and the private sector should “lower the volume of the exchanges so that we can begin to persuade each other”.The two parties needed to recognise what they had in common and move forward, Manuel told delegates to the world’s largest mining conference.‘Opportunity to work together’Transformation was about much more than compliance and should rather be seen as an opportunity for business and government to work together to create an equitable society, he said.The minister’s speech echoed that of President Jacob Zuma after their meeting with other political leaders and senior business representatives in Pretoria on Sunday, where solutions to the country’s economic challenges were discussed.Zuma commented after the four-hour long meeting that whenever government and business pulled together, “we manage to achieve a lot for our country and its people”.Describing the global mining industry as a “milieu of carelessness”, Manuel said resource nationalisation was not a uniquely South African discussion, but rather an issue that has been sharply debated all over the world, in countries such as Australia, Canada and Brazil.“As South Africans we often feel hard done by, but the issues are global,” he said.Investors’ concerns about possible nationalisation of mines in South Africa had been addressed, especially after the ruling African National Congress (ANC) rejected nationalisation as policy at its annual congress in Manguang in November last year.The party instead resolved to create a state mining company that would compete with the private sector.“We must build with what we have, not from what we wish we had,” Manuel said.South Africa’s history meant the country did not yet have the educated workforce we think we need, for example, but South Africa had rich mineral endowments – and that was what the country needed to make the best of.Blueprint for development, growthManuel is a key architect behind the National Development Plan, which is a blueprint for the country’s development and growth. It aims to eliminate poverty and reduce inequality by 2030.He worked on the plan with 25 other commissioners, all of them from outside of the government. “This is not a government plan,” he insisted. “It is a plan for the future of all South Africans” which used the Constitutional ideal of achieving a better life for all as its starting point.The government was very committed to the implementation of the NDP, Manuel said, but would need the help of business and industry to make it happen. “Active citizenry and responsible leadership is at the heart of the plan. This is what will lead to realising our Constitutional promise.”This year’s Mining Indaba, now in its 19th year, is the largest ever, with around 7 500 delegates from all over the world attending.Welcoming delegates to the conference on Monday, Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille said the Indaba had generated R336-million and created 3 000 jobs over the past five years.SAinfo reporter
A women’s organisation in Arunachal Pradesh has sought a ‘one man, one wife’ policy for ending polygamy among resourceful tribal people in the State.The Arunachal Pradesh Women’s Welfare Society (APWWS) has also suggested the implementation of the Central Civil Services (Conduct) Rules in the State to stop polygamy and adultery by government employees, besides denial of tickets to men with “multiple wives” for rural and Assembly elections.The APWWS made the suggestions in a memorandum to Arunachal Pradesh State Commission for Women chairperson Radhilu Chai Techi during a programme to observe its 40th foundation day on Thursday.The organisation’s outgoing president Dipti Bengia Tadar said that rich and well-qualified officers in the State had been indulging in polygamy, causing distress to many tribal families.Arunachal Pradesh has 26 major tribes and scores of sub-tribes. Traditional tribal laws allow polygamy among certain tribes and associated disputes are usually settled by customary courts that are allegedly pro-men.The first district and sessions courts were set up only after December 2007 when the judiciary was separated from the executive in the State.The State women’s commission has demanded compulsory registration of marriages towards stopping polygamy and cases of domestic violence against women in Arunachal Pradesh.Ms. Techi and other members of the commission in June met Chief Minister Pema Khandu to apprise him of “hundreds of cases related to marriage” that the commission deals with.“Marital disputes remain unresolved or partially resolved due to lack of registration,” Ms. Techi said, asking the government to come up with a feasible Act under which all marriages are registered.Women’s rights activists say polygamous men usually take teenage girls from economically weaker sections of society as the second or third wife apparently to rescue them from poverty. Many of these young wives end up as victims of abuse and need to be rescued. Some are abandoned too. The APWWS has been facilitating the stay of such victims at safe homes.
Chelsea to recall Lewis Baker from Leedsby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveLewis Baker is set to leave Leeds United.The Mirror says Chelsea are set to recall Baker from his Leeds United loan spell.Baker is unlikely to feature much for Leeds in the second half of the season as Marcelo Bielsa’s side look to battle for the Championship title.After struggling to make much of an impact at Elland Road, his parent club may end his season long loan.Baker endured a difficult spell at Middlesbrough on loan last season. TagsTransfersLoan MarketAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
Arsenal manager Emery: A mark for my English…?by Paul Vegas25 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveArsenal manager Unai Emery rates his English at “six out of ten”.Teenage winger Bukayo Saka revealed he gets Gunners coach Freddie Ljungberg to translate some of Emery’s instructions for him because he can’t yet understand the Arsenal manager’s English. Emery said, “I have done videos with English players, Spanish players, French players, German players.“Now my English is, from one to 10, maybe a six. But at six, I think the players can understand me. If not, some help is good.“Last year, on my first day (in the job), I spoke to them very bad, more bad than today. But I have spoken English and now it’s the same, but I think better.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
A nurse who preyed on elderly patients in her care told lawyers with an inquiry examining her actions that she wouldn’t have been able to murder eight people if more controls were in place on medication at long-term care homes.Elizabeth Wettlaufer’s musings on what could have prevented her crimes are contained in a transcript of a lengthy interview submitted as evidence in the public inquiry that got underway in St. Thomas, Ont., this week.The 50-year-old injected more than a dozen patients with overdoses of insulin while working in long-term care homes and private residences in Ontario for nearly a decade. Her crimes went undetected until she confessed them to mental health workers and police in 2016.“I’ve given a lot of thought to changes that could have been made where I would not have been able to do this,” Wettlaufer said in an interview conducted Feb. 14 at the prison where she’s serving a life sentence after pleading guilty to eight counts of first-degree murder, four counts of attempted murder and two counts of aggravated assault.“If there was a way that the insulin was counted, I would not have been able to do what I did without getting caught.”Insulin, Wettlaufer said, should be treated like a controlled substance.Wettlaufer said she first began thinking about killing people in 2006 when she was in a Woodstock, Ont., hospital where she had gone to deal with her obsessive and depressive thoughts. She was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder and was prescribed medication, she said.“I just had so much anger I couldn’t concentrate … but if I thought about killing somebody while I was talking to other people I could talk normally to them,” Wettlaufer said. “And that’s where the thoughts of killing somebody started.”Wettlaufer said she began working shortly thereafter at Caressant Care, a long-term care home in Woodstock, and soon became overwhelmed.She said she was often working double shifts from 3 p.m. until 7 a.m. the following day, in charge of 32 patients with little help and dealing with a stressful home life.One night in 2007, she said she noticed Clotilde Adriano, 87, was on insulin.“This thought came into my head, just give her too much insulin and see what happens,” Wettlaufer said. “So I did.”Adriano didn’t die, but it sparked something for Wettlaufer, she said. She did the same thing to Adriano’s sister, Albina Demedeiros, 90, who was in a room across the hall, she said.“I chose them based on the fact they couldn’t self-report because they had dementia,” she said. Wettlaufer pleaded guilty to two charges of aggravated assault in connection with the sisters.She would go on to kill James Silcox in 2007 with an overdose of insulin. He was her first murder.Wettlaufer told lawyers with the inquiry that she picked insulin because it wasn’t tracked in the home and it could be deadly.“There was never a time when it was questioned why were we at some times going through insulin more so than others,” she said.Sometimes another nurse would check the amount of insulin she had prepped to give a patient. But that was easily circumvented, she said.“Even though another nurse checks it you can change the amount at any time,” she said.There were two rooms where she could get insulin and they were behind doors without windows, she added.“If the treatment room and med room were completely made of glass … there’s no way I could have done what I did without somebody seeing me,” Wettlaufer said.Even if there were windows, she explained, she could slip a few insulin pens into her pocket. And the pens themselves had no mechanism to restrict the amount of insulin — doses can be dialled up or down easily, she said.“If there was, say, a stopgap measure on the pen that once you dialled up a certain amount you couldn’t dial any more, or even if pens came preloaded … there wouldn’t be excess insulin,” she said.The public inquiry, which is scheduled to last several months, has said it won’t compel Wettlaufer to testify as her confessions and interview have been submitted as evidence.
Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (15,891.63, up 36.86 points):Aecon Group Inc. (TSX:ARE). Engineering and construction. Up $3.21, or 19.43 per cent, to $19.73 on 13.5 million shares. The Calgary-based company has signed a deal to be acquired for $1.5 billion in cash by CCCC International Holding Ltd. of China, subject to shareholder and government approvals. Aecon will continue to be headquartered in Canada while CCCI’s size and financial strength will help it bid for larger and more complex projects, the companies said.Suncor Energy Inc. (TSX:SU). Oil and gas. Up 95 cents, or 2.25 per cent, to $43.10 on 7.4 million shares. The oilsands developer reported a third-quarter profit of $867 million (52 cents per share), compared with earnings of $346 million (21 cents per share) for the same quarter last year.Eldorado Gold Corp. (TSX:ELD). Miner. Up one cent, or 0.60 per cent, to $1.68 on 6.1 million shares.Trican Well Service Ltd. (TSX:TCW). Oil and gas. Up 19 cents, or 4.41 per cent, to $4.50 on 5.8 million shares.Barrick Gold Corp. (TSX:ABX). Miner. Down $1.55, or 7.68 per cent, to $18.64 on 5.6 million shares.Teck Resources Ltd. (TSX:TECK.B). Miner. Down $2.47, or 8.44 per cent, to $26.81 on 5.5 million shares. The mining company saw its third-quarter profit more than double compared with a year ago, boosted by its steelmaking coal business. It earned $600 million attributable to shareholders or $1.02 per diluted share, compared with a profit of $234 million or 40 cents per diluted share.Companies reporting major news:ECN Capital Corp. (TSX:ECN). Financial Services. Up 23 cents, or 5.91 per cent, to $4.12 on 5.1 million shares. The company announced on Wednesday that it acquired Triad Financial Services, Inc. for C$125 million in cash.Husky Energy Inc. (TSX:HSE). Oil and gas. Down 17 cents, or 1.05 per cent, to $16.09 on 2.1 million shares. The energy company lowered its capital spending guidance by $300 million to $2.2 billion- to $2.3-billion due in part to cost efficiencies. It also reported a third-quarter profit of $136 million (13 cents per share), compared with a profit of $1.39 billion ($1.37 per share) a year ago when the results were boosted by asset sales.Maple Leaf Foods (TSX:MFI). Consumer packaged goods. Up 86 cents, or 2.65 per cent, to $33.29 on 393,856 shares. The processed meat company reported third-quarter earnings of $37.6 million (39 cents per diluted share), up from $31.8 million (23 cents per diluted share) a year ago. Third-quarter sales amounted to $908.4 million, up from $852.1 million a year ago.Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan (TSX:POT). Fertilizer. Down 29 cents, or 1.15 per cent, to $24.85 on 1.8 million shares. Potash says it earned a third-quarter profit of $53 million (six cents per diluted share), down from $81 million (10 cents per diluted share) a year ago, as it works to close its merger with Agrium Inc. Chief executive Jochen Tilk says the company still expects to close the deal by the end of the year.Restaurant Brands International Inc. (TSX:QSR). Fast food restaurants. Down $2.15, 2.49 per cent, to $84.05 on 748,643 shares. The parent company of Burger King, Tim Hortons and Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, reported third-quarter earnings of US$91.4 million (37 cents per diluted share), up from $86.3 million (36 cents per diluted share) a year ago. Third-quarter revenue totalled $1.21 billion, up from $1.08 billion.
OSU then-sophomore Taylor White (21) makes a catch during a game against Penn State on April 6 at Buckeye Field. Credit: Lantern file photoThe Ohio State softball team (15-7) opens Big Ten play this weekend with a road series against Maryland (7-20-1).The Buckeyes enter conference play battle tested after a 22-game nonconference schedule, which included seven games against current top-25 teams. OSU saw victory in just one of those games — a 10-2 win over No. 25 North Carolina — but the difficult schedule will help the team in the long run, sophomore outfielder Bri Betschel said.“I think it helps us know the ability we have with our team,” she said. “We’ve not always come out with what we’ve wanted, but at the end of the game we know that we can compete with these teams and that we can win the big games.”Though the Buckeyes are just 1-6 against ranked teams this season, they have taken care of business against inferior opponents thus far, losing just once to an unranked team with that lone loss coming to Louisville, which received votes in the latest ESPN.com/USA Softball poll.The same cannot be said of Maryland. The Terrapins lost 20 of their first 28 games, and 14 of those losses were against unranked opponents.Despite its lackluster record and bad losses, Maryland has proven itself dangerous, even to the nation’s top teams. Earlier this season, the Terrapins handed top-ranked Florida its only loss of the season on its home field.Since it’s a conference matchup, the Buckeyes will face off against Maryland in a three-game series this weekend, which is a change of pace from what OSU has seen so far this season. Previously, the Buckeyes have played each team just once.“Weekend series definitely have a different feel,” OSU coach Kelly Schoenly said. “It’s a little bit more of a chess match and paying attention to the small details you might be able to exploit.”Maryland is just the first of eight series the Buckeyes face as part of their Big Ten conference slate. Though OSU is not slated to face No. 8 Minnesota or No. 21 Wisconsin during the regular season, the team does have one ranked opponent left on its schedule: No. 18 Michigan.Obviously, OSU wanted to do well during nonconference play, but now that Big Ten play is beginning and conference records and standings will start to count, there’s a little more to play for.“I think every game is important to us as a team,” Betschel said. “But going into Big Tens, it’s a little bit more intense.”The Buckeyes will look to channel that intensity into wins this weekend before playing at home for the first time on Wednesday when they host Wright State.
The Ohio State men’s soccer team headed to Dayton this weekend to take part in a two game tournament.The Buckeyes faced off against Marshall on Friday, and Milwaukee on Sunday, losing both contests by a score of 1-0.As has been the story throughout the early part of this season, the Buckeye offense created chances for itself in the form of corner kicks and shots on goal, but were unable to get on the board.The Buckeyes nearly took the lead in the 16th minute against Milwaukee, but sophomore midfielder Mitch Bergman’s goal was called back due to an offsides call.The Ohio State defense, despite sporting a goal differential of minus two, held strong against both Marshall and Milwaukee attacks.Marshall scored in the second minute to get off to a quick start on Friday evening, but the Buckeyes rallied to battle evenly with the Thundering Herd, though ultimately unable to find an equalizer.In goal, redshirt junior goalkeeper Parker Siegfried played well, making multiple impressive saves throughout the weekend to keep his team in the match.The Buckeyes will play once again on Friday when they take on South Florida at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.
Brighton & Hove Albion defender Lewis Dunk was delighted to make his England debut against the USA at Wembley Stadium, saying it was a ‘dream come true’.Gareth Southgate handed Dunk his first England cap in their 3-0 friendly win over the USA and he was happy to play the full 90 minutes.“It’s a dream come true – it’s been a long hard journey for me and that’s been rewarded this evening,” Dunk told the club’s website.“I had a feeling during the week in training that tonight be my chance, because we did some shape work.Crouch: Liverpool could beat Man United to Jadon Sancho Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Peter Crouch wouldn’t be surprised to see Jadon Sancho end up at Liverpool one day instead of his long-term pursuers Manchester United.“We then worked on set-pieces after that, and that’s when I knew I was starting the game.“When I was walking out there was a lot of thoughts looking back on where I’ve come from – but then it was about me being comfortable in the game – and getting the words to the anthem right!“I was thinking about a lot of people – everyone who’s worked with me over my career to get me to this point, and I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for them.“My dad’s the main one, he was here tonight watching me – as were all my family and friends, I’m very thankful.”
The Division plans to release approximately seven million fish annually into the waters of Alaska over the next five years. The plan outlines the locations, numbers, and size or life stage for each species of fish that are planned for stocking. Starting on January 1 through January 30 interested individuals can submit their comments. You can submit public comments to Andrew Garry by email [email protected] or by mail:William Jack Hernandez Sport Fish Hatcheryc/o Andrew Garry941 North Reeve BoulevardAnchorage, Alaska, 99501The public comment deadline is Wednesday, January 30, 2019. Only fish reared from the Division’s hatchery facilities and from private non-profit hatcheries that work in cooperation with ADF&G to improve sport fisheries are included in this plan. Statewide Stocking Coordinator Andrew Garry: “Receiving public input is extremely important to the Division as we finalize the Statewide Stocking Plan for 2019. The Division commits a significant portion of their annual budget towards stocking fish throughout the state, and hearing from anglers is a critical piece of the fisheries management process.” The Statewide Stocking Plan is available for review on the Division’s webpage. Hard copies are also available for review at local ADF&G offices. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Alaska Department of Fish and Game will be accepting public comments for the 2019 Statewide Stocking Plan for Sport Fisheries.