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first_imgDUBAI, UAE (CMC):AndrÈ Russell’s cameo was not enough to save Islamabad United as they plunged to a comprehensive eight-wicket defeat to Quetta Gladiators in the opening game of the inaugural Pakistan Super League yesterday.Sent in at the Dubai International Stadium, Gladiators finished on 128 for seven off their 20 overs with West Indies all-rounder Russell blasting a quick-fire unbeaten 35.They were slumping at 63 for six in the 15th over when Russell joined captain Misbah-ul-Haq to post a frenzied 57 from 27 balls in an entertaining seventh-wicket stand.The right-handed Russell faced 20 balls and struck four fours and a six while Misbah top-scored with 41 from 28 deliveries, with four fours and a six.Left-arm spinner Mohammad Nawaz finished with four for 13 from his four overs.In reply, Gladiators raced to their target with four overs to spare, thanks to English opener Luke Wright’s terrific 86 not out off 53 deliveries.He counted 11 fours and four sixes and put on 53 for the first wicket with Pakistani Ahmed Shehzad (11) and a further 59 in an unbroken third-wicket partnership with Nawaz, who stroked a run-a-ball 22 not out.Medium pacer Russell was expensive in his two-over spell, conceding 31 runs, while West Indies leg-spinner Samuel Badree also went wicket-less from three overs, which cost 25 runs.last_img read more


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first_img Yesterday’s results – Clarendon College 1 Jamaica College 0 – STETHS 4 Holy Trinity 3 Jamaica College, the 2014 ISSA-FLOW Super Cup champions, were booted from this year’s competition after they were clipped 1-0 by Clarendon College at Sabina Park yesterday. The result is a big one for Clarendon who came into the contest as one of the unseeded daCosta Cup teams. Clarendon played fearless and free-flowing football which stunned the reigning Manning Cup holders. Creggton Charlton scored the winner in the 50th minute after a lightning fast Clarendon College counter-attack, in a match which was played on a wet field. According to the forward and captain, the goal was special. “It’s a good feeling to score the winning goal. To give my team the win is tremendous. They beat us in the 2014 Olivier Shield and, now, I have taken my revenge,” Charlton said. While the first half was an almost even contest, JC went on the offensive early, creating chances but just could not finish. They did get the ball into the net but Demale Sinclair was ruled offside. With six minutes injury time added, Donovan Dawkins went close to finding the equaliser for JC. but his low, hard shot was saved by Clarendon’s goalkeeper Benjamin Williams. Winning coach Paul ‘Tegat’ Davis said Clarendon were always confident they could get past JC. “We did not fear JC. This is Clarendon College and people should stop this foolishness about underdogs, any team can win. Football is football. We came here to win, not to lose in the first round,” he stressed. “You are always upset when you lose, but it wasn’t a bad game. Clarendon, in the second half, were quicker to the first and second ball, and they were able to score a goal, so hats off to them,” JC’s coach Miguel Coley said.last_img read more


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first_imgHave you ever narrowly avoided a traffic collision thanks to a dangerous maneuver by another driver? Watched someone driving in a way that puts other drivers, cyclists and pedestrians in danger? Suspected you were following an impaired driver? Reporting violations gives an officer the tools to act on your report and is always more effective when accompanied with three required pieces of information.1.       License plate of the vehicle (partial plates can be useful when combined with 2 & 3)- Advertisement -2.       Description of the vehicle (make, color, model) and if possible, description of the driver3.       Where you’re located and the direction of travel“While the RCMP and the police department in general kind of drives the bus of safety in the community, we need everybody on board helping us,” says Cpl Jodi Shelkie, adding “We really need the eyes and the reports of people out there on the road.”Advertisement Traffic complaints should be reported to the Fort St. John RCMP detachment at 250 787 8100, but Shelkie reminds drivers to first safely pull over before using your cell phone.  “If you have dust on your dashboard, I always say to people, write the license plate number in the dust so that it’s always there and you won’t forget it because it’s always hard to remember something like that,” explains Shelkie.  In the case of a suspected impaired driver who is still behind the wheel, don’t waste time and imminently call 911 with a license plate, description of vehicle, location where it was seen and the vehicle’s direction of travel.last_img read more


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first_img0Shares0000Gor Mahia forward Meddie Kagere has ditched Gor for Simba SCNAIROBI, Kenya, June 26 – Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia have been dealt with a major setback after their talisman Meddie Kagere completed a move to join Tanzanian titans Simba Soccer Club signing a two-year deal.Kagere joins the Tanzania giants on a free transfer having seen his contract with Gor run out. He has signed a two-year deal reportedly worth Sh8mn signing fee with a monthly salary of Sh450, 000 per month which is about three times of what he earned at K’Ogalo.Gor failed to reach an agreement with the player over an extension of his contract that expires June 30 giving opportunity Simba to move with speed to snatch the forward away.The Kenyan Premier League leaders are also in danger of losing Francis Kahata, Jacques Tuyisenge and George ‘Blackberry’ Odhiambo who are in the radars of both Simba and Yanga.Kagere could make his debut for Simba in Kagame CECAFA Cup that kicks off June 28.-Additional reporting from Futaa.com-0Shares0000(Visited 11 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more


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first_img Lukas Podolski Arsenal have agreed a fee of just £1.75m with Galatasaray over the sale of Lukas Podolski, according to reports in Turkey.The out-of-favour forward appeared just seven times for the Gunners last season – and endured a torrid loan spell at Inter Milan, where he managed only one goal in 17 appearances.But that has not put off Galatasaray, who have tracked the 30-year-old for most of the summer following their failure to land him in January.Some reports earlier this month suggested that the two sides had agreed a fee of £1.4m, however it was then suggested that Arsenal were holding out for closer to £3m.And now, according to Turkish newspaper Milliyet, the two sides have finally agreed a fee of £1.75m for the German, who has spent the last three season at the Emirates following his 2012 arrival from Koln. 1last_img read more


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first_imgConor Greene and his brother Ryan scored the crucial goals that ensured Tony Boyle’s side have retained their Division One status for next season. Dungloe knew a home win over St Eunan’s would be enough to secure their status for next season, and they deservedly got it in tough conditions against St Eunan’s.Rosses Park was extremely soft due to the recent adverse weather over the last 48 hours, and conditions weren’t ideal for a free flowing game of football. There was also a stiff breeze blowing right across the pitch, but it was the home side that settled the better and two early goals provided a platform that ultimately secured the vital win.Ryan Greene scored from a free, before his brother Conor rifled home to give the home side a dream start.St Eunan’s responded with two scores of their own, but David McGinley’s side were handed a hammer blow when Ryan Greene netted after good build-up play from Dungloe.Both sides exchanged points before half-time, but Dungloe headed for changing rooms six points in the ascendancy on a score-line of 2-03 to 0-03. The second-half followed a similar pattern to that of the first-half, with chances difficult to come about due to the difficult playing conditions.St Eunan’s tried valiantly to get back into the game but couldn’t get the goals they needed to claw Dungloe back.They kicked six second-half points, but Dungloe knocked over five themselves, to run out fairly comfortable winners on a score-line of Dungloe 2-08 St Eunan’s 0-09.A great win for Dungloe, and they can now look forward to their Donegal SFC quarter-final against Malin on September 25th. Greene brothers secure Division One status for Dungloe with win over St Eunan’s was last modified: September 10th, 2016 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:Division OnedungloeGAAnewsSportSt Eunanslast_img read more


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first_imgCOMMUNITIES across Donegal will lose their local Garda stations as the Government forces senior officers to make cuts, Sinn Fein said tonight.Deputy Padraig MacLochlainn was speaking after a meeting with senior officers in the county today. Among them was Chief Superintendent Terry McGinn who is providing a report to the Garda Commissioner on how best to make cuts.Gardai already go on duty in rusting vehicles and other cars which should have been replaced. Now up to 20 rural stations could be closed in order to save the number of personnel in the county.Sources say that faced with a choice in cutting the number of gardai and closing stations, senior officers prefer the latter, though job losses have not been ruled out.The Garda stations on the closure hit list in Donegal were named last week in the Tir Chonaill Tribune newspaper.No decisions have been taken on any closures as yet but those being looked at include Glencolmcille where hero gardai and volunteers looking for missing tourist Kelly Jones were based. Others on the list are Carrick, Annagry, Burtonport, Creeslough, Rathmullan, Dunfanaghy, Pettigo, Ramelton, Churchill, Brockagh, Carrigans, Newtowncunningham, Raphoe or Convoy, Culdaff and Malin.Deputy MacLochlainn said after his meeting today: “This is an appalling situation where the Minister Alan Shatter is forcing these cuts and forcing them without any consultation with local communities.“Unfortunately this is going to happen. Mr Shatter can’t wash his hands off this like Pontius Pilate.“It is up to senior gardai how they police Donegal but they have been given completely inadequate resources. They have been given a budget and told to work with it.”The TD added: “Closures are inevitable. This is not Supt McGinn’s decision. This process from Mr Shatter is aimed at closing garda stations and we want communities in Donegal to be involved in this process.” DONEGAL GARDA STATION CLOSURES ‘INEVITABLE’ SAYS TD was last modified: September 30th, 2011 by BrendaShare 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:DONEGAL Deputy Padraig MacLochlainndonegal garda station closureslast_img read more


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first_imgSome Donegal Boston Fans from 2012…remember that?At this Sunday’s GAA Football All-Ireland Championship Semi-Finals between Donegal and Dublin, you can wish DONEGAL good luck in a unique way!The process itself is very simple. All you have to do is send in a picture of you and your family in your county colours, along with your name and a good luck message for the team in less than 100 characters.The best images sent in will then be shown on the two big screens in Croke Park on Sunday. This initiative proved hugely popular last week as fans from various counties sent their best wishes from locations across the world.You can tweet your images directly to @officialgaa or they can also be emailed to socialmedia@gaa.ie. Images must be sent before 1pm TODAYGet behind DONEGAL now by showing support for your team!  COUNTDOWN TO CROKER: GET YOUR FAN PIC ON THE BIG SCREEN AT CROKE PARK was last modified: August 27th, 2014 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) Tags:Big ScreenCroke ParkDonegal fanslast_img read more


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first_imgThe family of Patrick McBride (aged 69) have received a settlement of €147,000 ten years after their father tragically died after falling into a hole on a road.The father of eight fell into an excavated hole by Donegal County Council in Gweedore, West Donegal, after his daughter’s wedding on September 23rd, 2007. Mr McBride was on his way to the local pub in Gweedore after midnight to buy drinks for locals who had not attended the wedding when the accident happened.He was just 200 yards from his home when he fell into the hole dug for the purpose of erecting signage.  It is believed that he died in the works as he was unable to free his arms from under his body, the Irish Times reports.Mr McBride’s wife Grace had first brought proceedings against Donegal County Council and Eircom Ltd and Eircom PLC over the accident. Following her death, Pierse McBride, of Middletown, Derrybeg, Co Donegal, continued the action on behalf of his family.On Thursday July 27th, the McBride family settled for €147,500 against Donegal County Council and Eircom Ltd and Eircom PLC . The case was settled without admission of liability from the defendants.It was claimed a danger had been created on the road by the defendants and there was alleged failure to complete the works. It was also claimed there was failure to have adequate street lighting, to fence off the excavation and put warning signs in place. The claims were denied.It was contended there was contributory negligence on the part of Mr McBride in relation to the accident.Senior Counsel for the McBride family Joseph McGettigan said this was a tragic case.He said Patrick McBride had been dropped home from the family wedding after midnight and went to walk to his local pub but fell into a large hole excavated by the council for the purpose of erecting signage.SC said liability was contested and the family were concerned that the other side pleaded there was contributory negligence due to alleged intoxication.A coroner had ruled out intoxication as a factor in the case and Mr McBride’s death was recorded on his death certificate as due to misadventure, Counsel said.Mr Justice Kevin Cross sympathised with the family and approved the settlement, which included €6,000 for loss of a honeymoon for Mr McBride’s daughter Grace Anne.Donegal man died after tragic fall on daughter’s wedding day, court hears was last modified: July 29th, 2017 by Staff WriterShare 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)last_img read more


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first_imgThe old paradigm: lactic acid buildup during exercise is like poison to your muscles, producing stiffness and agony.  The new paradigm: lactic acid is your friend, a fuel additive that helps keep your mitochondrial motors in top-notch condition.  Read all about it in a press release from UC Berkeley.What are you waiting for?  It’s spring, it’s beautiful outside, life is good – go feel the burn and bulk up those amazing electrical motors (02/13/2004) in your mitochondrial power plants.  The stronger they get, the better you will feel the next time you challenge your body and explore creation.(Visited 7 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img