It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Adamson gets 2nd wins, trumps NCAA champ Arellano Break new ground View comments Mayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’ For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. A costly, catty dispute finally settled End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend Yu scored 14 points, hitting 5-of-8 from the field, grabbed eight rebounds and had two steals in just 15 minutes off the bench.“I don’t know what he ate today but he just played so well,” said NU coach Jamike Jarin.He unleashed eight points in the third quarter, where the Bulldogs broke the game wide open with a 17-3 run after a 42-deadlock.“I could say all my hard work paid off but it’s still not enough. It’s only the start of the season and I have a lot more to show,” he said.ADVERTISEMENT End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend “It’s really a great feeling because I worked so hard for this for three years,” the National University guard told INQUIRER.net.READ: NU opens UAAP Season 80 bid with rout of UE FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogYu was shelved in his first three years in the league due to limited playing time and a slew of major injuries, including an ACL tear in Season 78.He made up for lost time as he reintroduced himself at the start of Season 80 against University of the East. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Winning start MOST READ OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Learning about the ‘Ring of Fire’ LATEST STORIES Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netDave Yu waited years to finally get a shot to show what he’s capable of.His moment came on Saturday and he relished every minute of it.ADVERTISEMENT
0Shares0000Gor Mahia fans celebrate. Phpto/TIMOTHY OLOBULUNAIROBI, Kenya, June 28 – Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia were paired with fellow top tier side Posta Rangers in the Football Kenya Federation Shield round of 16 draw conducted on Thursday.Defending champions AFC Leopards will have an easy ride taking on Mwatate United, Ulinzi Stars will lock horns with Vihiga United, Tusker FC were drawn alongside Bungoma Superstars while Sofapaka faces National Super League side Western Stima. Non-league sides Leysa and Friendzone, who against all odds went past KCB and Zetech University respectively, have been pitted against Kenya Police and Riverplate FC.The matches are set to be played between July 21, and July 22, with six of them set to be aired LIVE.Full DrawSaturday, July 21, 2018Modern Coast Rangers vs Kariobangi Sharks (Mbaraki Sports Club, 3 pm)Friend Zone vs Riverplate (Kinoru Stadium, 1 pm)Kenya Police vs Leysa (Kinoru Stadium, 3.15 pm)Sunday, July 22, 2018Vihiga United vs Ulinzi Stars (Mumias Complex, 3 pm)Tusker vs Bungoma Superstars (Kinoru Stadium, 1 pm)Sofapaka vs Western Stima (Kinoru Stadium, 3.15 pm)Wednesday July 25, 2018AFC Leopards vs Mwatate United (Kasarani Stadium*, 2 pm)Posta Rangers Gor Mahia (Kasarani Stadium*, 4 pm)0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini insists he has “no concerns” over Yaya Toure’s form this season.The Ivorian midfielder has so far struggled to star for the Blues since returning from a difficult summer, in which he voiced criticisms of the club and lost his brother to cancer.He put in another largely anonymous performance against Aston Villa but popped up to net a crucial late goal in a 2-0 win at Villa Park, and Pellegrini is certain Toure will soon rediscover his dynamism.“Yaya is an experienced player,” said the City boss.“He can be criticised for one or two weeks but I know perfectly the way he thinks and the way he can play, so I never had a problem about that.“Yaya last season also played bad games, but he scored so many goals that everyone thought about that.“We started the season and Yaya knows he must improve every game and he is trying to do it. I don’t have any concern about him. He is one of the best midfielders, without any doubt.”City were frustrated for long spells at Villa Park by the hosts’ committed defending but Pellegrini felt the victory was deserved.They had earlier hit the woodwork twice, through Aleksandar Kolarov and Aguero, and thoroughly dominated possession away from home.“I don’t know if the word is relieved,” added the Chilean, “We deserved to win before the goal. We had a lot of clear chances to score.“I think we played the best game of the season in [terms of] possession, chances, the way we defended, intensity, the way we recovered the ball and the way we work.”
0Shares0000Paris Saint-Germain pays Brazilian forward Neymar more than three million euros a month, by far the biggest salary in French football © AFP/File / DENIS CHARLETPARIS, France, Feb 6 – Paris Saint-Germain pays 12 of the 13 largest player salaries in the French league, led by Neymar, who makes Sh385mn ($3.8 million) gross a month, more than twice as much as the next highest earner, sports daily L’Equipe reported on Tuesday.Behind Neymar, PSG players occupy the next seven places: Uruguayan Edinson Cavani makes Sh192.7mn (1.54 mn euros) a month, French teenager Kylian Mbappe earns Sh187mn (1.5mn euros) and Brazilian defender Thiago Silva makes Sh166.4mn (1.33mn euros). Then come Argentine midfielder Angel Di Maria and Brazilian defender Marquinhos, both on Sh140mn (1.12m euros), Italian midfielder Thiago Motta (Sh109mn -875,000 euros) and Argentine Javier Pastore (Sh96.3mn – 770,000 euros).The first non-Parisian on the list is Radamel Falcao, the Colombian striker who earns 750,000 euros a month and, because he is in Monaco, pays no taxes.The top ten is rounded out by Dani Alves, another Brazilian defender at PSG, who makes Sh93.8mn (700,000 euros).Next come three more PSG stars — German striker Julian Draxler and Italian playmaker Marco Verratti both make Sh75mn (600,000 euros).PSG’s French striker Hatem Ben Arfa is tied on Sh62.5mn (500,000 euros) a month with two Marseille players, the former West Ham player Dimitri Payet and Brazilian Luiz Gustavo.At the other end of the Ligue 1 salary table are Amiens, where the average monthly salary is Sh1.9mn (15,000 euros), including three players on just Sh350,000 (2,800 euros).Since the sacking of the Marcelo Bielsa, who was making Sh70mn (560,000 euros) a month to coach Lille before he stormed out, PSG’s Unai Emery has become the highest earning manager on Sh56.3mn (450,000 euros) a month.Next comes another man working tax-free in Monaco, Leonardo Jardim, on Sh43.8mn (350,000 euros) closely followed by Claudio Ranieri, who won the English Premier League with Leicester in 2016 and makes Sh42.6mn (340,000 euros) a month in Nantes.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Pictured with Bobby Patterson collecting his new trailer are Davy Keith, IFA Development Officer, PJ McMonigle, IFA County Chairman, Sgt Paul Wallace and Stephen Temple, Temple Trailers. Photo Clive WassonA local company is helping farmers to beat the scourge of trailer thefts on their farms.Raphoe based firm Temple Trailers has teamed up with the Donegal IFA and An Garda Siochana in a crime prevention initiative to better protect farmers and their property.The joint scheme, which has been running successfully for 2 years in Donegal involves farmers marking their equipment such as trailers, tractors, quads and tools, etc, with a unique identifier number. This number is stencilled onto the equipment to warn thieves that their property is marked as well as being marked indelibly into the metal and also marked secretly in other ways.Temple Trailers will now be offering a service for IFA members that means if they buy a trailer from them they will mark the trailer with their IFA identifier code before the farmer collects it.Local Crime Prevention Officer Sgt. Paul Wallace praised the firm for their assistance.He said “It is important that local communities take an active part in reducing the vulnerability of local people in any way they can and I applaud Temple Trailers for their foresight. This will be a valuable service for local famers and is another tool in the prevention of theft.” Local IFA County Chairman PJ McMonagle welcomed the service.He said “Temple Trailers are a very important local business for the farming community and it is great to see them take the lead in protecting their customers. Stephen and Austin have always provided a great service for farmers and this is another example of how we can all work together and try to deter thieves who are always very active on farmyards.”DONEGAL COMPANY IS HELPING FARMERS TO LEAVE THIEVES ‘TRAILING’ was last modified: February 2nd, 2015 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:donegalGardaiRaphoeTEMPLE TRAILERSthieves
The Rams led 43-36 after a Wong jumper with 6:22 left in the game, but the Wildcats went on a 9-0 run to take a 45-43 lead. The Rams had chances down the stretch, but were called for a five-second violation trying to get the ball in play when they were trailing by a basket with less than a minute left. They also missed a pair of crucial inside attempts during the Spartans’ 9-0 run. “I give our team a lot of credit because we don’t have a lot of experienced players that play club,” Rams coach Chris Kwan said. “But I’m not going to make any excuses because we didn’t execute when we had to. “Give Monrovia credit, that’s why they’re defending league champs. They played hard defense down the stretch while we were second-guessing ourselves.” Center Brittney Phillips held Watkins to three points in the second half and 13 in the game. “She was the player of the game in my eyes,” Wagner said of Phillips. “She got on her (Watkins) and bodied her up every time down court. That was huge, because she was killing us in the first half.” firstname.lastname@example.org (626) 578-6300, Ext. 4485 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The Wildcats tied it when Shannon Gholar scored an off-balance runner in the lane, was fouled and made her free throw to tie the score 43-43 with 3:33 remaining. Point guard Krystyn Jacobs took it from there and gave the Wildcats a 45-43 lead on a running floater with 2:20 to play. She also hit four consecutive free throws in the final 19 seconds to close it out. The Wildcats improved to 13-4 overall and 4-0 in league. MONROVIA – It never looked like the Monrovia High School girls basketball team was panicking, but there certainly were concerned looks on the players’ faces after visiting Temple City raced to an early 14-point lead. But after an earful from coach Mike Wagner at halftime, the Wildcats climbed back into it with defense. They held the Rams to 12 points in the second half, including only four points in the fourth quarter, to earn a 49-45 victory that kept their perfect Rio Hondo League record intact. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card“You just saw the whole personality of this team,” Wagner said later. “We got behind, but we kept pushing and pushing. “These games aren’t great for your blood pressure when it’s happening, but I love these type of wins. It shows who you are. It shows these girls have character and heart and can do it when they need to.” The Rams (13-6) entered with a chance to take sole possession of first place, but they hadn’t played a team the quality of the Wildcats. But the Rams proved they belonged behind center Corinne Watkins, who finished with 13 points and 14 rebounds, and guard Deanna Wong, who finished with a game-high 19 points and hit five of seven 3-pointers. Wong caught fire in the second quarter and hit four consecutive 3-pointers. Her last came with 2:01 remaining in the half and gave the Rams a 31-17 lead.
Naomh Muire GAA News:The total amount collected at the Annual Youth Development collection at church gates was: Kincasslagh €214 and Annagry €410. The club wish to express thanks to all subscribers and collectors. The Seniors won an all-important league match against the in-form Fanad Gaels in the Banks in glorious sunshine onSunday afternoon in a match which they controlled throughout even though they allowed a big lead to narrow. Fanad, in determined mood to keep their battle against the drop on course were strong physical opponents but the lads were very impressive each time Fanad Gaels came back and were able to get the crucial scores at the end of some good passages of play. Great result, well done to all. There was yet another impressive win for the Reserves which sees them secure their top of table place with their near rivals at the top Cloich Cheann Fhaola losing on Sunday. This mix of experience and youth have been increasingly impressive all season and they are a pleasure to watch in full flow. Like the Seniors, they will want more for next weeks visit by Termon in the Championship but the talent and determination is there in abundance.As mentioned above, the Senior Football Championship returns to the Banks this Saturday evening when Naomh Muire take on Termon. Admission to the matches is €10 as per County Directive for Championship Games. Reserves at 5:30 with Seniors at 7pm.Under 14 Divisional Final – Naomh Muire v Naomh Columba will be played this Wednesday night in Ardara at 7pm. Extra time will be played in the event of a draw.This is a great achievement by the Under 14s to make this final and we ask that as many as possible make it up to Ardara on Wednesday for the match.Uimhreacha an Lotto: 5, 6, 8, 22. Níor éirigh le ‘nduine an pota óir a fháil. Bhí trí uimhir acu seo leanas: Sarah Sharkey, Rann na Mónadh. Sheila Freel, Rann Uí Thuatháil. Síle Ferry, Cúl a’ Chnoic agus Colm Gallagher,Loch an Iúir. Beidh €1520 sa phota an tseachtain seo chugainn.The next 100+Club drawn will take place on Wed. 26th August. Can all sellers get their subs collected on time and in to the co-ordinator so the draw can be done on schedule. We still have a few places left and if anyone wants to join contact Dónal Ó’Searcaigh and he will enter you in the draw and get a collector to pick up subs each month. We can set up a standing order with your bank if that the way you want to do payments. Join up and be in with a chance of sharing in the €1400 prize money paid out each month!Comghairdeas to all our club players and members who just got their leaving results.Our senior Ladies exited the Junior A Championship on Sunday in Buncrana. We have a young side this year and are making good shapes for the future, they will now concentrate on the remainder of our league matches!U16 Ladies Football: We have a game scheduled for this week against Gaoth Dobhair, could girls and supporters watch the ladies Facebook Pages as this game date and venue may change. Our minor girls are through to the County semi-finals and are waiting for the draw to be made, Date,venue and opponents will be confirmed later this week. Adh mór ar fhoireann sinsir na mban a bheas ag imirt in éadan Ard Mhaca i gCluan Eois an Sathairn seo ag 12:30 i gcluiche chearthú ceannais na hÉireann.A big thanks to the two teams from The Daisycutters who took part in the Donegal ladies Golf Classic on Friday 14th August representing Naomh Muire ladies club and thanks to the sponsors who sponsored Tee’s at the classic. GAA NEWS: NAOMH MUIRE FACE TERMON IN MUST WIN DONEGAL SFC CLASH was last modified: August 18th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:Sport
Beckett class group with their Year Head Ms Mc GranaghanJackson’s Hotel played host to a wonderful renewal of the Finn Valley College Prom on the final day of term, last Friday night. The amount of style and panache on display was a testament to the amount of time, effort and money that the students and their parents put into making this one of the most special nights of their young lives.Best dressed female Niamh Boyle with Ms Mc GeehanThe students were given the full red carpet treatment as the Limos, buses and even a chauffer driven lorry pulled up outside through the crowds of relatives and well-wishers. Fruit punch greeted the students and their partners inside the elegant surroundings of the Finn Suite as hundreds of cameras flashed from local media, the professional photographer and, of course, the obligatory selfies!From there, the revellers made their way into to the Drumboe Suite which was bedecked in a classic Black and Gold theme fit to grace any occasion. Also in the room was a beautifully decorated Sweet Cart adorned with dozens of specially named treats such as ‘Thompson’s treats’, ‘Boland’s babies’ and ‘Mc Granaghan’s mints to name but a few. The sweet jars named after the more than twenty staff of the school who generously gathered to help celebrate their students’ special night – a nice example of the special relationship enjoyed between staff and students in the school.Best dressed male Adam Callaghan with Mr Mc DaidAfter a beautiful meal all chairs were gathered in front of the big screen to watch the much-anticipated slideshow- a half hour production that chronicled the students’ time in school. Embarrassed groans and howls of laughter filled the room as the gathering witnessed, through film, the changes that have occurred to them over the past five years.Students Stephen O Donnell, Casey Doherty and Kevin Patton from the prom committee then gave short speeches thanking those deserving of thanks. Mr Thompson then gave a short speech praising the students and staff involved in the organising of the night before the excellent DJ Greg began filling the dancefloor with a great set. Throughout the night also, students and staff paid several visits to the ‘Photo booth’ for some great prop-inspired snaps that will provide yet more memories of their prom. There were plenty of novelty prizes given out across the night before the voting began for the best dressed and, of course, Prom King and Queen. Niamh Boyle who wore a stunning full length red dress picked up the Best Dressed female while Adam Callaghan, also sporting red in the form of a stylish bow tie and braces to go with his navy suit won Best Dressed male.Prom King Michael Mc Colgan with Ms Boland, Deputy PrincipalThe final two prizes of the night went the way of Prom Queen Casey Doherty and Prom King Michael Mc Colgan, two very deserving and popular winners.The night ended with the crowd calling out for ‘One more tune’ and DJ Greg duly obliged before the partygoers departed after a night to remember. Binchy class group with their class teacher Mr O Donnell and SNA Nicole SiheraBoland class group with their class teacher Mr WhiteGLITZ, GLAMOUR AND A GREAT NIGHT AT THE FINN VALLEY PROM – PIC SPECIAL! was last modified: October 26th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Finn Valley Prom
Walnut went three-and-out on its first series, and Alta Loma got on the board with a 75-yard drive that was capped by a three-yard run from Jack Rodgers. Walnut was unable to get a first down on its next possession and punted from its own 14. But Justin Garcia’s snap flew well over the reach of punter Brian Thomas and bounced out of the end zone for a safety, which gave the Braves a 9-0 lead with 5:34 left in the first quarter. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 Things only got worse for Walnut when Alta Loma received the resulting kick, which Chris Ortiz returned the ball 39 yards to the Mustangs’ 37. Rodgers’ first carry of the drive went 25 yards, and Skyler Monroe took over from there with a seven-yard run and a 5-yard touchdown run. In addition to its inability to move the ball on offense, Walnut’s defense was in complete disarray because of Alta Loma’s no-huddle attack. The Braves next drive, six plays for 63 yards, took two minutes and built a 22-0 lead with 1:08 left in the first quarter. “That was more for us than for them,” Alta Loma coach John Kusleika said. “We felt it was important for us to establish out own offensive tempo for the game. But it was not for what they were doing.” With two minutes left in the second quarter, Alta Loma scored again from the Walnut 7 when quarterback Jonathon Price dropped back to pass, found no one open and ran it in himself, securing a 29-0 halftime lead. Walnut gave the Braves a taste of their own medicine after halftime when they used their own hurry-up offense. The Mustangs marched into Alta Loma territory for the first time in the game, but their progress was halted when Garrett Duran fumbled at the 12 and the Braves recovered. WALNUT – Alta Loma continued its undefeated streak in a dominating 36-0 win Friday night against Walnut at Walnut High School. Most of the Braves’ points came early in the game thanks to strong performances on all sides of the ball. Alta Loma’s final score came at the 4:30 mark in the third quarter after defensive lineman Nic Albrechi intercepted an intended screen pass from Xavier Sanchez and took it to the Walnut 13-yard line. Rodgers ran it in from there. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Tags: allan okelloCaf u-20 afconHipposJulius polotosteven mukwalatop Hippos starting IX against Cameroon on Saturday.CAF U-20 AFCON QualifiersUganda 1-0 CameroonStarTimes Stadium, LugogoSaturday, 12-05-2018Uganda will take a 1-0 lead to Cameroon in one weeks time after defeating the young Indomitable Lions at the StarTimes Stadium in Lugogo.Qualifiers top scorer Steven Mukwala’s goal at the stroke of half time was all that the Hippos required in a game the Cameroon dominated for the larger part.Uganda started brightly with Allan Okello pouncing on a loose ball by the Cameroonians but shot wide in the first minute of the game.Allan Okello does his thing against Cameroon on SaturdayFour minutes later, Vipers’ defender, Geoffrey Wasswa found himself unmarked in the area but could only stir his header over the bar after a looping corner by Allan Okello.The central defender again had a chance from a Julius Poloto corner but headed wide on 11 minutes.Cameroon started growing into the game and it was Wasswa to the rescue as he intercepted a goal bound shot from Ndi Rene Nzonewo after the striker was played in on goal beautifully by Ako Assomo Martin.The Cameroonians should have taken the lead midway the first half but Kpene Gango Ignatius’s fierce shot while one on one with Hippos custodian, Saidi Keni, rattled the upright and went out of touch for a goal kick.Wasswa again headed wide another Julius Poloto corner, much to the frustration of the home fans after the defender had failed to hit the target on three occasions.Hippos captain Julius Poloto rises highest to head a ball against Cameroon at the StarTimes stadium in LugogoCameroonian midfielder Sakava Noise found himself through on goal on the 33th minute mark but could not beat Keni as the goalkeeper’s trailing leg connected with the goal bound shot and out for a corner.At the stroke of half time, Poloto sent in a corner from the left and it was connected with brilliantly by Steven Mukwala at the far post to make it 1-0 to the Hippos.Two minutes into the second half, Mukwala shot fiercely after pouncing onto a lose ball in the Cameroonian area but Atangana Christopher in the Indomitable Lions goal was equal to the task as he dived low to his left and pureed the ball out for a corner.Six minutes later, Atangana ran out of his box to clear a long pass, his clearance fell into the path of Okello who lobbed the keeper but Ndedi Karl was quick to react and divert the ball out for a corner.With five minutes of the 90 to play, the ever green Julius Poloto threaded a ball in for Mukwala and the striker found himself running through on goal but could not beat Atangana again.The last chance of the game fell to Cameroonian striker Kpene Ignatius but his close range shot struck Keni’s chest and Uganda cleared there lines much to the applause of the home fans.Uganda will now travel to Yaounde for the second leg next week and will have wing back Mustapha Kiiza back after completing his two match suspension.Kiiza was sent off against South Sudan for unsporting behaviour and has sat out both the second leg of the game against South Sudan and Saturday’s win over Cameroon.Steven Mukwala still leads the coring chats with four goals from three matches and will be the man looked at to inflict the desired damage onto Cameroon.Hippos Starting XI:Keni Saidi (GK), Willa Paul, Kitabalwa Robert, Mujuzi Mustafa, Wasswa Geofrey, Kasule Abubakar, Poloto Julius, Eyam Ivan, Mukwala Steven, Tumwesigye Frank, Allan Okello.Comments