Petrich and Linden Horswill each finished with four points while Vlanich and Trefry had three.Brett Leidl, Darren Medeiros, Mike Bhatoa, Kody Disher and Hunter Jenerou replied for Castlegar.McNeil and Conner Beauchemin each had three points for Castlegar.Brad rebagliati faced 32 shots to register the win in goal.Patrick Zubick took the loss in goal for Castlegar.The win was the second in as many nights for the Leafs over their Murdoch Division rivals.Nelson defeated Castlegar 6-2 Thursday in the Sunflower City.The Leafs are idle until travelling to Beaver Valley to face the Nitehawks December 29. Two days later Nelson hosts the Hawks in the traditional New Year’s Eve contest.Meanwhile, the Rebels meet the Nitehawks in a home-and-home series beginning December 27 in Castlegar.BLUELINES: Nelson played the game without the services of captain Darnell St. Pierre, serving a suspension for a five-minute major for hitting the head during Thursday’s contest. St. Pierre’s teammate, Brandon Sookro, also did not play due to suspension from Thursday’s game . . . Austin Tambellini was called up for the game from the Kootenay Ice of the BC Hockey Major Midget League. It was the seventh game Tambellini has played for Nelson this season. . . . After going scoreless in his first three games with Nelson, Troy Petrick has points in four of the past five games. . . .The Castlegar bus driver and assistant coach, Bruno Tassone, were both ejected from the game in the second period. . . . Nelson, 25-4-1-3, hold a five point lead over Beaver Valley in Murdoch Division standings. The Leafs have played one more game than Beaver Valley. Troy Petrick scored three times to spark the Nelson Leafs to a 9-6 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League shootout victory over the Castlegar Rebels Friday night at the NDCC Arena.The win allowed Nelson to sweep the home-and-home series.Nelson has not lost to Castlegar this season.For Petrick, the game marked the first multi-goal contest since joining the Leafs November 29.The Nelson Minor Hockey grad scored in each period, with the third marker coming 16 seconds after Jeremy McNeil had cut the Leafs lead to 6-5 early in the third period.The goal by Petrick all but deflated the Rebel comeback.Nick Trefry, Aaron Dunlap, Robson Cramer, Travis Wellman and Jamie Vlanich also score for Nelson, which led 4-3 after 40 minutes.
May 14, 2020
“The policy of economic responsibility and good governance that this board of directors has always set forced to find the best solutions to an unexpected crisis. After this agreement with the soccer players, the scenarios that are presented to us in the future may be assumed by the entity without jeopardizing its economic viability. “ Betis officialized this Wednesday the agreement it has reached with its first professional squad to minimize the economic impact of the coronavirus. Finally, footballers will reduce their salary by 15% in the event that LaLiga is permanently suspended and in less relevant percentages in the event that the championship can be ended, with the difference of whether it is done behind closed doors or open doors, a scenario in which they could lose only two percent. This salary reduction also includes the coaching staff of the first team and senior management executives.“The pandemic has caused colossal damage to the global and national economy. In our professional sports sector, the economic impact will have unforeseeable consequences, with all competitions suspended with no restart date in sight and with the possibility that the main sources of income of the Club will be cut significantly, “says Betis in its statement. “In this way, the solidarity of the footballers, coaches and executives of the Club prevents the entity from having to request an ERTE that would significantly affect the 430 Real Betis workers and their families. In times of great uncertainty, Real Betis is committed to maintaining employment. The board of directors of the entity wants to thank effusively the facilities given by the players, with their captains at the forefront, who at all times have put forward the general interests of the Club and the whole of the Betis fans, “he adds.“This operation would not make sense if it did not reverse the whole of society, which is suffering so much in these weeks. Thus, after this agreement, the Club and the players will make a significant donation to fight the coronavirus, mainly destined to the purchase of protection material for the health workers who fight daily against the disease in our hospitals and the most vulnerable social groups in this crisis “-“Likewise, Real Betis Balompié wishes to convey its deepest condolences to the relatives of the deceased Betis in these days, examples of fidelity and dedication to greenish-white colors. And he also wants to send a message of encouragement and hope to all of Spain and all our fans, with special love for the sick, their families and all the healthcare professionals who take care of us, “he concludes.
May 14, 2020
In all probability, it wasn’t a coincidence that he be the executor of a transfer that will stay for historical past. Two years in the past, Alexander-Arnold he sat with black in opposition to Magnus Carlsen. You endured 17 actions. Invoice gatesFor instance, he resisted earlier than the Norwegian grandmaster and quantity one in all the rating FIDE 9 actions. Throughout nowadays of confinement due to the pandemic many have approached the boards once more. The information says that digital video games have elevated exponentially. Many dad and mom have adopted the instance of Alexander-Arnold’s mother or father, maybe someday their offspring shall be offered with one other nook … I do know making a 12 months one in all the largest comebacks in the historical past of the Champions. This time it was his flip undergo it to Barcelona on a fateful evening in Anfield, when the Klopp males traced the 3-Zero behind that had been introduced from the duel at the Camp Nou. Every little thing went fallacious that day to the pupils of Valverde, amongst some issues consideration to element. The internet, who had been steeped in that nearly liturgical mystique of Anfield, fairly the reverse. Amongst them Alexander-Arnold confused. The very younger aspect, who continues in ascending development, is one in all the strongest on the continent, particularly when there’s discuss of the offensive section. That evening in Liverpool it served Wijnaldum 2-Zero and on everybody’s retina the play that determined the sport stays, that swiftly taken nook that caught all Barcelona red-handed, nearly even his fellow origi, who managed to push that sudden move to purpose, not with out shock. They could have appeared reflexes or easy intuition, however time handed and listening to the participant you may see a focus potential steady in the sport, psychological agility and skill to anticipation and forecast. Detailed view of the sequence exhibits how Arnold executed the nook as if enjoying a place on the board in a kind of so modern quick video games now. Alexander-Arnold really feel devotion to chess. He has defined it a number of instances, however he has additionally associated how persevering with to play helps him to enhance his considering in soccer. “You could possibly hyperlink the soccer with chess when it comes to strive to suppose one, two or three actions forward of what make the rival and anticipate what I do, “he explains.” You could have to suppose forward and know what you’ll do earlier than receiving the ball. Earlier than it reaches me, I strive to get an image of how will probably be offered the state of affairs after I obtain it and it should occur. I’ll watch to see the place the attackers are. If I foresee that they aren’t in an advantageous place, I’ll know that I can’t throw the heart with out even having obtained the ball. If it’s the reverse, I’ll be prepared to put together the move prematurely “he says to give clues as to what that occurred Might 7 at Anfield. “You could have to perceive that the soccer adjustments in a second and that once you decrease your head and lift it once more, every thing has modified. As soon as you’re in the warmth of the sport, All of this stuff come to me of pure type, and also you’re not considering step-by-step. It occurs rapidly in a single second, “he causes. Possibly that’s why throughout these 4 steps than Alexander-Arnold gave after placing the ball in the nook by no means bowed his head and he’s seen observing the horizon, calculating pulling on spatial abilities and establishing high quality of dimensional relationships that provides the agility of sitting earlier than a board. Then Arnold roll the diagonal to Origi like a bishop.A passion instilled by his father.its father instilled in him a passion that Alexander-Arnold paid to compete along with his brothers. The sport sand become ardour that he now used to escape from soccer, however that has noticed himadditionally helps in the subject. “The soccer and chess They could seem to be reverse poles, however there are many similarities with the trendy sport, I strive to use soccer techniques in chess and on the opposite, “he affirms, acknowledging, above all, the enchancment in anticipation and planning. The chess will increase pace and the high quality of the neural communication and in that nook, absolutely, the neural stimuli traveled by way of the dendrites of the Liverpool aspect at full pace. What is definite is that earlier than some other footballer that evening.
January 12, 2020
…prime suspect in illegal aircraft, airstrip probeThe businessman from Tabatinga, Lethem, Region Nine (Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo) who is the prime suspect in the discovery of an illegal aircraft and airstrip at Lethem in August this year, was nabbed by Police after he allegedly fled the jurisdiction.According to the Guyana Police Force, the businessman is currently in the custody of a team of detectives led by a senior officer who travelled to Lethem three days ago. Police said the suspect will be brought to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) headquarters in Georgetown for further questioning.The businessman was previously detained by Police and questioned in connection with the discovery of the illegal aircraft and airstrip, but was later released on bail, after which he is believed to have fled the jurisdiction and went into hiding.It was previously reported that the businessman was released on $100,000 bail after being detained for 72 hours as the Police failed to garner sufficient evidence against him.He was however ordered to report to the Lethem Police Station weekly but after two of his employees – Nathan Hamilton, 21, of Lot 107 Beverley Hills Drive, Lethem; and Wazim King, 37, also of Lethem were brought before the court and charged for the incident, he failed to make his weekly reports and attempts made by the Police to contact him proved futile.The airstrip along with a chainsaw and a few fuel drums were discovered five kilometers West of Santa Fe, near Lethem by ranks. Additionally, 12 abandoned camps, an axe and a quarter drum of aviation fuel were also found.While conducting a surveillance exercise, ranks of the Guyana Defence Force were able to intercept a Beechcraft twin-engine plane which landed on the airstrip.The airstrip is believed to be used for illegal activities. (Kizzy Coleman)
January 11, 2020
Rock star and activist Bono is adding another title to his résumé: first-ever guest editor of Vanity Fair. The U2 frontman will edit the magazine’s Africa-themed July issue, on newsstands in early June, on behalf of his Project RED campaign, it was announced Tuesday. “We’ve talked about doing a special issue on Africa for awhile now, and of course Bono came to mind during those discussions,” said Vanity Fair Editor Graydon Carter in a statement. “He’s very knowledgeable and passionate on the subject, and he’ll be an authentic guest editor.” Last May, Bono was guest editor of The Independent newspaper in London. He featured stories on HIV/AIDS in Africa, poverty and global warming to highlight his Project RED venture, which enlists corporations to donate the proceeds of products made under the RED brand to humanitarian efforts in Africa. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “As guest editor, I want Africa to appear (as) an adventure, not a burden, and put faces and personalities to the statistics we read elsewhere,” the 46-year-old Irish rocker said in a statement. “Five thousand Africans die every day of a preventable, treatable disease (HIV/AIDS). If Graydon, his team, and I succeed, the reader will care more about the daily squandering of these noble, entrepreneurial, optimistic lives … people who are familiar to us in every other way than circumstance.” Carter said the articles won’t be like policy papers. “We’ll be telling great stories about Africa’s successes and turnarounds,” he said. “We certainly won’t ignore the continent’s problems – but we’ll cover African music, art and literature. We want to really surprise people in a positive way.”
January 11, 2020
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December 27, 2019
1 Antoine Griezmann is set to stay at Atletico Madrid Antoine Griezmann on Thursday evening pledged his commitment to Atletico Madrid, after it emerged Manchester United’s interest in a summer move for the France forward had cooled.The 26-year-old – linked with a host of Europe’s top clubs – took to social media to indicate that he will remain at Atletico, writing (in Spanish): “Now more than ever #Atleti #Alltogether” alongside a photo of him celebrating while playing for the Spanish club.Griezmann’s vow came just hours after Atletico’s appeal against a FIFA transfer ban until January 2018 was rejected by the Court of Arbitration for Sport, meaning they would not be able to replace him if he left.United intend to bring in three or four high-quality additions this summer, but Griezmann had slipped down their list of targets.Jose Mourinho’s side are determined to launch a Premier League title challenge next term after securing Champions League qualification by beating Ajax in last week’s Europa League final.While their admiration for Griezmann was clear, finding 100 million euros (£87million) to meet his buyout looked a big ask as Mourinho’s men attempt to bring in, among other positions, an out-and-out striker with Zlatan Ibrahimovic having possibly played his last match for the club.The 35-year-old Swede sustained serious knee ligament damage in the Europa League quarter-final second leg against Anderlecht in April, and his contract expires this summer.Ibrahimovic’s agent Mino Raiola does not know where the veteran will be playing next season – and another of his clients could well be the man to fill the void.Everton’s Romelu Lukaku has been strongly linked with United and former club Chelsea. The Belgium international has two years left on his existing deal at Goodison Park and has refused to sign a new contract.“Lukaku had a promise that if certain clubs came this summer that he could leave this summer,” Raiola told talkSPORT. READ THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE.“We are not in concrete talks with anybody at this moment, but hearing the market I think some clubs will contact Everton.“If the price is right for Everton and the project is right for Lukaku then I think he will want to make another step, but we are not there yet.”Torino striker Andrea Belotti is another player that has been linked with a move to Old Trafford, so too Alvaro Morata – although a move for the Spain international could be problematic given Real Madrid’s interest in David De Gea.The 26-year-old goalkeeper’s consistent performances have led to admiring glances from the Spanish capital, with Real interested in signing a player they come close to buying in 2015.A deal worth £29million plus Keylor Navas was agreed but the relevant paperwork was not completed before the deadline, with the goalkeeper instead signing a new four-year deal with an option to extend it by a season.United feel well placed to hold onto De Gea this summer, with reports of a bid from Real just days before Saturday’s Champions League final against Juventus believed to be wide of the mark.
December 26, 2019
“The board of the EFL has not as yet agreed on the sanction that it will be seeking from the commission, having discussed the matter at its board meeting yesterday for the first time.”Reports claim the club could face a sanction of up to 12 points but it is understood Birmingham would fight any deduction.A club statement read: “We are complying with everything required under the imposed EFL business plan.”It is understood understands Birmingham’s owners Trillion Trophy Asia are confident of avoiding a points deduction which, if imposed, would seriously dent City’s hopes of avoiding a fight against relegation.Monk’s side are currently 20th in the Sky Bet Championship table with four points after six league games and still looking for their first win of the season. Birmingham City could face a 12-point deduction from the English Football League after allegedly breaking Financial Fair Play rules.In August, the EFL said it was “exceptionally disappointed” with the £2million signing of Danish left-back Kristian Pedersen while the club was under a transfer embargo, meaning players could only be signed under certain restrictions. The signing of Kristian Pedersen could result in a 12-point penalty 2 2 Birmingham City could be hit with a huge 12 point penalty The Blues have been referred to a disciplinary commission which will hear representations from both the EFL and the club.Birmingham were placed under the embargo after exceeding losses of £39million over a three-year period, with manager Garry Monk only allowed to sign five players during the summer transfer window, those being either free transfers or loan signings on wages of less than £10,000 per week.An EFL spokesman said: “The club has been referred to a disciplinary commission which will hear representations from both the EFL and Birmingham City before reaching a decision.“The commission, convened under EFL regulations, has the scope to determine the sanction without restriction.
December 26, 2019
Hoffenheim vs Man City (Tuesday, October 2) – CLICK TO LISTENAston Villa vs Preston (Tuesday, October 2) – CLICK TO LISTENNapoli vs Liverpool (Wednesday, October 3) – CLICK TO LISTENSheffield Wednesday vs West Brom (Wednesday, October 3) – CLICK TO LISTENQarabag vs Arsenal (Thursday, October 4) – CLICK TO LISTEN What the managers are sayingCarlo Ancelotti (Napoli): “Liverpool are one of the best teams in Europe, but we’ll go for the win – we can cause problems. We have belief and we’ll need that if we want to play the way we want.“Klopp is a friend. He’s a very experienced coach and his teams have a very clear identity: pace, aggression and intensity.”Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool): “I like Carlo Ancelotti. In Germany we say he’s obviously a wily fox. He said a lot of positive things about us and nice things about me before a game. It’s nice, but it’s tactics.“Carlo has been so long in the business. We need to step up. This is a fantastic manager, a fantastic team and a emotional crowd.”Where can you listen?talkSPORT brings you full commentary of Napoli vs Liverpool, kick-off 20:00. Click here for Napoli vs Liverpool live stream 2 Ancelotti, the veteran Italian, is a master of European football having won the Champions League on three occasions as a manager, and he has history with Liverpool having been Milan’s manager when they lost that most famous of finals in Istanbul, before getting revenge over the Reds in Athens two years later.Napoli were held to a 0-0 draw by Crvena zvezda in Belgrade in their Champions League opener, but they are looking strong at this moment in time with five wins from their opening seven Serie A matches.This promises to be a cracking encounter, and you can listen to full commentary of the match LIVE on talkSPORT. Liverpool will aim to make it two wins from two games when their Champions League campaign resumes on Wednesday evening, LIVE on talkSPORT.Last season’s losing finalists secured a dramatic late win over Paris Saint-Germain on the opening matchday, and now travel to the imposing Stadio San Paolo to take on Carlo Ancelotti’s Napoli. Liverpool thrashed Napoli in pre-season This week’s talkSPORT commentaries 2 Ancelotti was replaced Maurizio Sarri as Napoli manager earlier this year Team newsKlopp makes one change from their draw at Chelsea last weekend with Naby Keita replacing club captain Jordan Henderson after his below-par display against ChelseaMeanwhile, the home side also name a strong team which has the likes of Lorenzo Insigne and Jose Callejon while Arsenal keeper David Ospina starts for Napoli as he is at the Italian side on loan this season.Napoli: Ospina, Maksimovic, Koulibaly, Albiol, Mario Rui, Allan, Hamsik, Fabian, Callejon, Milik, InsigneSubs: Karnezis, Hysaj, Diawara, Rog, Zielinski, Mertens, VerdiLiverpool: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Van Dijk, Robertson, Milner, Wijnaldum, Keita, Salah, Mane, FirminoSubs: Mignolet, Fabinho, Lovren, Henderson, Moreno, Shaqiri, Sturridge
December 25, 2019
Sean Hall arriving in courtGARDAI who arrested a former US air force engineer at his own home did so illegally, it was claimed in a court case yesterday.Sean Hall, a 50-year-old retired mechanic, is suing Gardai alleging they breached his constitutional rights by arresting him on suspicion of causing criminal damage to the property. Mr Hall claimed at Letterkenny Circuit Court yesterday that he was arrested despite legal advice given to Gardai beforehand that he was legally entitled to enter a home at which his wife had changed the locks.The arrest took place on April 15 2009 in Gweedore, Co Donegal.Mr Hall had returned to the area two days earlier after undergoing heart surgery in America.He and his wife were having marital problems at the time and they hadn’t spoken for four months whilst he was in the USA.However when he went to their house on April 13 the locks had been changed.He was advised by Gardai that day to leave the area after Mrs Maria Hall called officers.Two days later, he returned to the house and broke in through a window.His solicitor Cormac Hartnett had called and faxed Gardai and Mrs Hall’s solicitor advising them that his client was legally entitled to return to the property.At 8pm a stand-off occurred inside the house when Mr Hall barricaded himself inside a bedroom and refused to come out, Judge Petria McDonnell was told.Gardai broke down the door, arrested Mr Hall and took him to Glenties Garda Station.“They basically treated me like a criminal. They told me to open the f***ing door,” said Mr Hall.“They put me in the cop car and it was overwhelming.”He was released the next day and an ex-parte barring order was granted at the district court, an order later lifted and Mr Hall did later return to live at the house until his marriage of 20 years broke up.Cormac Hartnett, Mr Hall’s solicitor, gave evidence and told the judge that he was “incredulous” that his client had been arrested despite phoning Gardai and faxing them. He had also faxed and phoned Mrs Hall’s solicitor.Mr Hall claimed that he had recorded the incident on a mobile phone but when his personal belongings were returned one of his three phones was missing.James O’Donnell, barrister for An Garda Siochana, strenuously denied this allegation, telling Mr Hall he had signed for his possessions and had never made a complaint about it.Garda witnesses have yet to be called in the case.The hearing was adjourned and will resume at Castlebar court on October 30.MAN SUES GARDAÍ IN ‘WRONGFUL’ ARREST LAWSUIT was last modified: October 19th, 2013 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)