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North Island explosive offence sinks Kootenay Ice

Posted in dnxjvxyy on August 4th, 2020

first_imgDifferent location, but the same result for the Kootenay Ice.The North Island Silvertips skated into the Grand Forks Arena and left with a pair of B.C. Major Midget Hockey League victories this past weekend in the Boundary City.The Silvertips jumped all over the Kootenay Ice during Saturday’s BCMMHL contest, scoring four times in the opening frame en route to a 7-4 win.Sunday, Chase Lang scored three times to power the Silvertips to a 7-1 romp past Kootenay.The two losses runs the Kootenay record to 1-19-2.Saturday, Garrett Dunlop scored twice in the first period as the visitors struck for four goals in the final eight minutes of the frame.Kyle MacDonald increased the margin to 5-0 with a goal 21 seconds into the second period.On the positive side of the coin, Kootenay did manage out score the Silvertips during the final 36 minutes of the game, including three power play markers.Jake Lucchini of Trail scored twice with singles going to Mitch Foyle of Trail and Nelson’s Justin Post.Brett Soles went the distance in goal for Kootenay.Sunday, North Island once again built an insurmountable 4-0 lead before coasting to the win.Will Lightfoot of Cranbrook scored the lone goal for Kootenay.Kimberley Newell of Nelson took the loss in goal for the Ice.The Ice have two exhibitions games this weekend in Spokane before returning to the BCMMHL schedule January 7-8 in Kelowna against the Okanagan Rockets.sports@thenelsondaily.comlast_img read more

Galway Athletics Report

Posted in dnxjvxyy on August 3rd, 2020

first_imgKinvara Rock and Road Half Marathon and 10KThe 2016 Rock and Road series of races were held on Saturday 5th March in Kinvara, Co. Galway with a 10k race and a half marathon on the programme, . Over 1300 athletes completed both races.Louis McCarthy led home the 10k field with the Rathfarnham AC man running 33.28 for the distance. GCH athlete Owen Byrne opened his road racing season with a solid 35.06 with Jason Reid also of Rathfarnham in 3rd.In the ladies National cross country champion from 2014 Michelle McGee won well in 37.31 with GCH’s Siobhan Egan second in 39.40 ahead of Deirdre Brophy Athenry next home.The half marathon saw another win for Rathfarnham AC with Paul Stephenson taking victory in 73.57. Paul Fitzgerald of Limerick Ac was second in 75.10 with Brian Furey 3rd in 76.15Jane Ann Meehan of Athenry AC won the ladies half in 1hr 22 mins well clear of Grainne Ni Uallachain and Sarah Collins, both of GCH in second and third in 1.27 and 1.28 respectively.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Sean Breathnach of Galway City Harriers broke the National indoor record in the Shot Putt for the second weekend in a row. He threw an incredible 18.27 metres to break his own record by 10 centimetres, at the Leinster Indoors in Athlone IT. Breathnach is in the form of his life and will look to continue his record breaking exploits in the National Masters in two weekends time.Sean has also been selected to compete for Ireland next weekend at the 16th European Throwing Cup in Arad, Romania. Schools /Universities Cross CountryThe All Ireland schools championships were held last Saturday in Sligo racecourse, and saw excellent performances by some of Galway’s top juniors, including Eanna Folan of Colaiste na Coiribe who place tenth in the Inter Boys and made the Irish team for the Celtic International. Gary Martyn and Jack Maher both had strong runs in the same race placing 34th and 53rd. Caron Ryan of Loughrea was 25th in the Senior girls event.The Inter-varsities Cross Country championships were held at the same venue Saturday, with both NUIG and GMIT fielding athletes in both ladies and men’s events. NUIG ladies were sixth team home led by another great run from the strong running Niamh Hennelly in 14th place who was backed up well by Maebh Brannigan Maeve Brassil , Michelle Maher , Niamh Curran , Ellen McCarthy and Ailbhe Morrissey. In the men’s race new signing Andrew Donnelly showed his pedigree as the 2.30 marathon man came home 17th with Cian Corcoran and Segun Abiola also doing well. Other Galway runners competing were bronze medallist Laura Shaughnessy ( UCD) in the ladies and Keith Fallon (DCU) and John Moroney (TCD) who were top 25 in the Men’s .Galway Athletics AwardsThe 3rd Annual Galway Athletics Awards were held at the Meadow Court Hotel, Loughrea on Saturday with a large crowd in attendance to see many of Galway’s top athletes and coaches receive recognition for their achievements and hard work over the past year.The award winners were as follows :Joe Scanlon (GCH) on his induction into the County Galway Athletics Hall of Fame,Dermot McNamara (Athenry) on his Outstanding Contribution to Athletics award.U12-15 Boys; Brandon Lee (Athenry)U12-15 Girls: Emma Moore (GCH)U16-19 Boys: Conor Duggan (Craughwell)U16-19 Girls: Sinead Treacy (Craughwell)Senior Men: Sean Breathnach (GCH)Senior Women: Jane-Ann Healy-Meehan (Athenry)Masters Men: Martin Kearney (GCH)Master Women: Mary Barrett (Loughrea)Team of the Year: Craughwell National League Women’s teamcenter_img National record for Breathnachlast_img read more

Cyprus face daunting task against Belgium in crunch Euro qualifier

Posted in dnxjvxyy on May 26th, 2020

first_imgBy Andreas VouAfter Thursday’s narrow Euro 2016 qualifying defeat against Wales, Cyprus will be looking to keep within touch of third place in Group B but face a daunting task against a much-fancied Belgium side on Sunday night at the GSP Stadium in Nicosia.Cyprus will be looking for a vast improvement on the last time they faced the Red Devils, as Belgium ran riot in a 5-0 win back in late March.Marc Wilmots’ side are now regarded as one of the best in Europe and Cyprus will need to up their game if they are to hold on to hopes of claiming the third and final playoff spot.If Thursday’s performance against Wales was anything to go by, Cyprus have reason to be a little more optimistic as the home team put in a spirited performance despite a number of key players being unavailable.Only a late Gareth Bale header with just eight minutes remaining separated the teams as Group B leaders Wales maintained their three-point lead at the top of the table. Belgium, meanwhile, defeated Bosnia and Herzegovina 3-1 as they continue to pursue top spot.The likes of Stathis Aloneftis, Giorgos Efrem and Dimitris Christofi remain injured but Cyprus welcome back one of those who missed out a few days ago as Vincent Laban returns from suspension, which could give manager Pambos Christodoulou a selection headache after solid performances from Marios Nikolaou and Giorgos Economides against Wales.With three games left and three points behind Israel who currently occupy the final qualification spot, Cyprus will need to aim for at least a point against Belgium as well as rely on their near neighbours’ opponents to give them a helping hand. The home fans will be keeping a close eye on events in Cardiff as Cyprus will be hoping for a favour from Wales when they take on Israel in order to keep within touching distance of third place.Cyprus need no reminder of Belgium’s quality after the 5-0 defeat last time out. The Red Devils boast a star-studded squad, with the majority playing for Premier League clubs, including Chelsea’s Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois, Manchester City’s new £54 million signing Kevin de Bruyne and Everton’s Romelu Lukaku, making them one of the toughest sides to contend with in the competition.Christodoulou however remains confident of getting enough points to secure qualification: “We still hold hope of getting three points from these two games. Now we face an even tougher team. We have to give it our all and see what we can do,” said the national team coach, before adding: “The players will give it their all and I hope we can get a bit of luck we need to get a result”.Just under 15,000 fans attended Thursday’s match against Wales and the Cypriot Football Association is expecting an even bigger attendance for Sunday’s game based on current sales. The match gets underway at 9.45pm.last_img read more

Parker taunts fire up Joshua

Posted in dnxjvxyy on May 14th, 2020

first_imgPhoto by: GETTY IMAGES. Caption: Anthony Joshua likes respect but admits there’s a gutter element that still has its place in boxing. WBO champion Parker is desperate to fight WBA and IBF champion Joshua and the big Brit believes a March or April bout in the UK is “realistic”.It seems Parker’s unorthodox methods of prompting Joshua into taking the fight are hitting a nerve.Team Parker have released videos to question Joshua’s “glass chin” and repeatedly accused him of greed as the Kiwis haggle for a 35 per cent cut of the net profit from what would be a mega-fight.Joshua has tried to steer clear of the trash talk though he admits there is a place for the “gutter” element of boxing.”Life is about how you interpret things and when I first started boxing, my interpretation [of boxing] was all about Mike Tyson and the gutter side of it,” Joshua said.”Then I started realising the discipline and regimen of the likes of Klitschko and how they conduct themselves. So I tried to change the angle.”But you need that gutterness as well, which I show in the fight, but outside of that, it’s calmness and respect.”It’s tough sometimes though if someone keeps on poking you, how do you keep a lid on that pot of fire?”There has been no lack of “poking” from Parker to keep the fight in the headlines.The Kiwi has been successful in giving a hoped-for fight with Joshua international attention and also increasing his own profile in the UK.And it appears there has been enough progress in talks between the two camps to suggest the fight will happen. Details could even be revealed later this week with a desire by Parker to get things squared away before Christmas to allow planning.Joshua has also been negotiating with American Deontay Wilder, the WBC champion, about a unification fight. But Wilder’s steadfast attitude about getting 50 per cent of the profits mean Parker is the priority for Joshua at the moment.”We have to get our hands on another championship belt. Joseph Parker is being very realistic in terms of when he’s going to fight and negotiations,” Joshua said when he attended the BBC’s sports personality of the year award in Liverpool on Monday (NZT).”That’s a fight that potentially could happen sometime in March or April.”Joshua and his promoter Eddie Hearn released a short video of a chat in a car on their way back from the awards where they repeated that view with Hearn saying Parker had priority over Wilder.”Why do you say Parker first?” Joshua asks.Hearn replies: “Because he is the one who is remotely realistic … remotely realistic.”Joshua then chips in with: “I don’t like to give false promises, but I agree … Parker is remotely realistic in negotiaitons.”It is understood Hearn has been willing to give Parker 30 per cent.It’s now a matter of seeing if they can find some middle ground for a fight tipped to be held at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium which holds 76,000 and has a retractable roof, making it an ideal large venue for that time of year.last_img read more

Dog found dragged to death near Rose Prairie

Posted in dnxjvxyy on January 11th, 2020

first_imgThe man, who asked to remain anonymous, says it looks like the dog was dragged behind a moving vehicle by a rope attached to its back leg. Fort St. John RCMP Corporal Jodi Shelkie says cases of animal cruelty are normally investigated by the SPCA, and if it’s determined the abuse was intentional, charges could be laid. “If it can be proven that the person did it to purposely injure the dog, then under the Criminal Code of Canada there is a section: Cruelty to Animals,” she says. :45 “But if it’s a case where somebody tied their dog to the back of their pick up and it accidentally flipped out, there’s no intent, in which case we wouldn’t be able to do anything.” However, getting an investigation started is heavily dependent on whether there is any way of identifying who the dog’s owner is.- Advertisement – “If it’s got identification on it like a tattoo, a chip in it, or a dog tag, the SPCA can look it up,” Shelkie explains. The SPCA has its own investigators for cases of animal cruelty, and the man who found the dog has been told someone will be out there today to check it out.Advertisementlast_img read more

The Big One

Posted in dnxjvxyy on January 6th, 2020

first_imgWHILE recent rumblings out of Chatsworth have Southern California residents speculating about when the “Big One” might strike, Peruvians got the haunting answer to that question Thursday morning. That’s when an 8.0-magnitude earthquake unleashed massive devastation, killing at least 500 people. Massive parts of the country now have no power, no clean water and little hope. This is the constant danger that comes with living in seismologically sensitive areas. We know that it’s not a matter of if, but when, we will experience such destruction, and a quake even more severe than the Northridge Earthquake of 1994. When that time comes, we will depend greatly on the kindness and charity of others. Food and money will pour in from around the country and the world to ease our plight. For now, thankfully, it’s our turn to be on the giving end of the help line. Peru needs our support, and we need to provide it. To contribute to Peruvian quake relief, call Operation USA at (800) 678-7255, or go to 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Man City will get ‘punished’ at West Brom if defensive frailties continue, insists defender

Posted in dnxjvxyy on January 3rd, 2020

first_imgManchester City centre-back Eliaquim Mangala has urged the team to resolve their defensive problems before next week’s season opener against West Brom, as the Baggies will ‘punish’ them if they don’t.City’s back line has looked vulnerable during pre-season with Manuel Pellegrini’s men losing 4-1 to Real Madrid last month and conceding another four in the first half in Saturday’s defeat at Stuttgart.Defensive frailties were a recurring issue last season and Mangala acknowledges improvement is needed before City begin their 2015-16 Barclays Premier League campaign at The Hawthorns next Monday.The Frenchman told the club’s website, “I think what happened against Madrid and Stuttgart rang one or two alarm bells and maybe showed we have to change something and be aware, because we can’t play the way we did in those two games against West Brom or we’ll get punished.“That’s why they were valuable games for us, but the fact is that it is better to find out in pre-season friendlies than in the Premier League because the results are not as important.“It also gives us an idea of the areas we need to work on and improve. Everything is focused on our first game against West Brom and by Monday, we’ll be ready and focused.”Mangala had a mixed season after his £42million move from Porto last summer but ended the season well by helping keep four clean sheets in a run of six successive wins.The 24-year-old said: “I am focused on the season ahead and I want to play my part to the full. I know I need to improve and show my best game every time I play and that’s what I intend to do.” 1 Eliaquim Mangala last_img read more

Man United launch security probe after fans sleep overnight at Old Trafford

Posted in dnxjvxyy on December 28th, 2019

first_img Manchester United’s Old Trafford stadium Manchester United are investigating how two supporters managed to stay overnight at Old Trafford before Saturday’s match with Arsenal.The pair, reported to be foreign students, were part of an official stadium tour on the eve of the match, but managed to cut away from the group and stay at the ground.The fans were found during a routine security sweep at Old Trafford, being caught by one of the pre-match check measures.Police decided not to arrest the duo and United are investigating how the supporters managed to evade detection.A club spokesman said: “We realise people will go to any lengths to watch a game at Old Trafford but these people went too far.“The fact that they and their belongings had been searched before entry means we are confident there was no risk to safety.”United were the subject of a high-profile security breach in May, when the season finale with Bournemouth was postponed due to a bomb scare.The stadium was evacuated after the discovery of what proved to be a fake bomb, left behind following a security training exercise, sparked a safety alert. 1last_img read more

Fenerbahce go all out to sign ex-Watford loanee M’Baye Niang

Posted in dnxjvxyy on December 27th, 2019

first_img1 Fenerbahce are desperate to land Arsenal and Everton target M’Baye Niang and have offered to sign him on loan or permanently.The forward is currently back with AC Milan after spending the second half of last season on loan at Watford.The Frenchman produced the odd moment of brilliance during his time in England and it has done enough to catch the eyes of Arsenal and Everton.However, according to L’Equipe, the Premier League duo risk being left behind as Fenerbahce are going all out to get Niang.The Turkish giants are so keen on the 22-year-old that they have given Milan two deals to choose from.Fenerbahce have reportedly offered to sign Niang on loan for the season before buying him permanently in a year, or they are willing to buy him outright now for an upfront fee of £6m that could rise to £14m.Milan are now said to be mulling over the offers, meaning Arsenal and Everton have to act fast or risk losing out. M’Baye Niang celebrates for Watford last_img read more

Braga release questionable third kit and fans are shocked

Posted in dnxjvxyy on December 25th, 2019

first_img Lampard appears to aim dig at Mourinho for handling of Salah and De Bruyne at Chelsea punished The Hummel kit is unusual to say the least deals LATEST Man United transfer news live: Haaland ‘wants a change’, two players off in January Liverpool update ‘Champions Wall’ after ending 2019 as European and world champions latest Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Awful— Too Far North (@byrne_byrnek2) July 1, 2019 It is the third kit, however, that is causing the most offence on social media.Inspired by the armour of the troops of ancient Rome, the shirt is grey with an all-over graphic print and red logos.Hummel combines the Braga 2019/20 third shirt with grey shorts and socks.And fans on Twitter aren’t sure about the unusual design. TROPHY The new Braga home, away and third jerseys were revealed by the Primeira Liga club and its new supplier Hummel on Tuesday – and it’s safe to say the third strip has caused a stir on social media.The kits will be worn in the 2019/20 season and will be available to buy later this month. Solskjaer gives Pogba fitness update and calls him world’s best all-round midfielder Never ever do anything like this for Rangers.— Dave (@Nimsay1872) July 1, 2019 targets REVEALED LATEST FOOTBALL STORIES Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update New job And now for something truly special. The 2019/20 @SCBragaOficial third kit ⚔— hummel (@hummel1923) July 1, 2019Braga’s new home strip boasts the club’s trademark look of a red shirt with white sleeves and it is actually very pleasing on the eye.With an Arsenal feel to it, Hummel’s chevrons run down the shoulders of the top in red to give it a stylish feel.The away kit is similarly trendy. It has a very clean look, with an all white top detailed with with red logos accompanied by red shorts with a white trim. 👕 | SC Braga’s third kit for next season is pretty interesting. 🤨— Semper Football (@SemperFootball) July 1, 2019 2 JIBE Braga’s third kit has ruffled some feathers on social media Former Crystal Palace and West Brom manager Pardew takes over at Dutch strugglers 2 S.C. Braga S.C. Braga Closer look at the 2019/20 @SCBragaOficial home kit 👀— hummel (@hummel1923) July 1, 2019 boost The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star Cool.— Pedro (@pmrpr) July 1, 2019 Tottenham issue immediate ban to supporter who threw cup at Kepa Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January last_img read more