Transfer deadline looms

first_imgLiverpool are said to have made a club record transfer bid for Monaco winger Thomas Lemar.Reports in France claim the Reds have offered £66 million for the 21 year old French International.Meanwhile Chelsea manager Antonio Conte also expects to add to his squad before Thursday’s transfer deadline. Swansea City striker Fernando Llorente is said to be top of the Italian’s wish list. Photo © Pixabaylast_img

What channel is Borussia Dortmund vs. Schalke on? Time, TV schedule to watch Revierderby in USA

first_imgIn 96 meetings, Dortmund has a slight edge with 34 wins compared to Schalke’s 32, with 30 matches ending in draws. Dortmund has eight league titles, its most recent coming in 2012. While Schalke isn’t far behind with seven German championships, the last one came in 1958.MORE: Watch Bundesliga matches live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)A rivalry that needs no explanation: The Revierderby ⚔️— Borussia Dortmund (@BlackYellow) March 13, 2020It’s true, Dortmund has been the more successful club as of late as the black and yellows are still in the title hunt, while the royal blues look to hold on to a Europa League qualification spot. But Schalke is more than capable of playing spoiler.Last season, with Dortmund entering the second-half fixture at the top of the table, Schalke pulled off a 4-2 upset victory, allowing Bayern Munich to leapfrog Dortmund in the standings and go on to win another Bundesliga crown. They’re more than capable of crushing Dortmund’s title hopes again, especially with the absences of Marco Reus, Axel Witsel, Emre Can, Dan-Axel Zagadou and Nico Schulz.This time next week, we’ll have a LIVE @Bundesliga_EN Revierderby. 🙌@s04_us put on a clinic on their last visit to Dortmund 💥— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) May 9, 2020Here’s everything to know about Borussia Dortmund vs. Schalke, including start time and TV channel in the United States.What time is Borussia Dortmund vs. Schalke today?Date: Saturday, May 16Start time: 9:30 a.m. (ET)The Revierderby is among the first slate of Bundesliga games to return, kicking off at 9:30 a.m. ET on Saturday, May 16. The Bundesliga returns to action this weekend, and there’s no better game to start with than “the mother of all derbies,” the Revierderby between Borussia Dortmund and Schalke.Lying in the middle of Germany’s industrial heartland, the rivalry between Dortmund and Schalke pits two of the world’s most fervent fan bases, separated by a mere 20 miles, against each other in a local battle for supremacy. And just because the fans won’t be in the arena, don’t expect Saturday’s clash to be any less intense. How to watch Revierderby in USATV channel: FS1, FOX DeportesLive stream: fuboTVFox Sports is the broadcast home for the biggest Bundesliga games in the United States. This weekend’s Revierderby between Borussia Dortmund and Schalke will be broadcast in English on FS1 and in Spanish on FOX Deportes.Borussia Dortmund scheduleHere’s a look at Borussia Dortmund’s schedule for the remainder of the Bundesliga season, starting with Saturday’s Revierderby against Schalke at home. Other highlights include “Der Klassiker” against Bayern Munich at home on May 26, at Leipzig for the penultimate game on June 20 and at home against Hoffenheim for the last game of the season on June 27.DateFixtureMay 16vs. SchalkeMay 23at WolfsburgMay 26vs. Bayern MunichMay 31at PaderbornJune 5-8vs. Hertha BerlinJune 12-14at Fortuna DusseldorfJune 16-17vs MainzJune 20at LeipzigJune 27vs. HoffenheimSchalke scheduleHere’s a look at Schalke’s schedule for the remainder of the Bundesliga season, starting with Saturday’s rivalry game at Signal Iduna Park against Borussia Dortmund. Other notable fixtures include Matchday 31 (June 12-14) at home against Bayer Leverkusen, the penultimate match on June 20 against Wolfsburg and the final game of the season on June 27 at Freiburg.DateFixtureMay 16at DortmundMay 24vs. AugsburgMay 27at DusseldorfMay 30vs. Werder BremenJune 5-8at Union BerlinJune 12-14vs. Bayer LeverkusenJune 16-17at Eintracht FrankfurtJune 20vs. WolfsburgJune 27at Freiburglast_img read more

England six face France in boys’ international

first_img8 May 2019 England six face France in boys’ international Tags: elite golf, England teams, England v Spain, Junior Golf Six England players will take on France in an U18 boys’ international at Chantilly Golf Club this weekend.They are Enrique Dimayuga of Surrey (pictured), Dubai-based Josh Hill, Habebul Islam of Ipswich, Ben Pierleoni of Hertfordshire, Ben Schmidt of Yorkshire and Robin Williams of Northamptonshire.The match takes place on Friday and Saturday, 10 and 11 May, and is being played on the course which will host the European boys’ team championship in July.The players are all members of the England Golf national boys’ squad:Enrique Dimayuga, 17, (Walton Heath) tied fourth in the stroke play stages of the French Boys’ championship and reached the last 16 in the match play. He was 10th in the Hampshire Salver.Josh Hill, 15, (Dubai) was in England’s winning team at the 2018 Boys’ Home Internationals and has started a busy schedule on 2019 events, mixing men’s and boys’ tournaments.Habebul Islam, 18, (Ipswich) was also in England’s winning team at the 2018 Boys’ Home Internationals. He reached the match play stages of the 2019 French Boys’ championship and had a top 20 finish in the Portuguese Men’s Amateur.Ben Pierleoni, 17, (Berkhamsted) was 10th in the Berkhamsted Trophy and reached the match play stages of the French Boys’ championship. He has successfully represented England at U16 level.Ben Schmidt, 16, (Rotherham) was third in last weekend’s U18 Fairhaven Trophies, having had top tens in the U21 Darwin Salver and the Portuguese Men’s Amateur. Last season he won the English Boys’ County Champion of Champions and the Lee Westwood Trophy.Robin Williams, 17, (Peterborough Milton) represented Europe in the 2018 Junior Ryder Cup. He was in England’s winning team at the 2018 Boys’ Home Internationals and sank the winning putt for GB&I in the Jacques Leglise Trophy match against continental Europe.Image copyright Leaderboard Photographylast_img read more

25th Annual “America’s Classic Jazz Festival Scheduled for June 25-28

first_imgFacebook23Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by the Greater Olympia Dixieland Jazz SocietyJazz, dance, and revelry are the focus of America’s Classic Jazz Festival, taking place June 25-28, 2015, on the Saint Martin’s University CampusMarcus Pavilion in Lacey. Plenty of dance lessons, great bands, and four large dance floors are sure to provide a wonderful time for all. This year music-lovers can listen and dance to Pacific Northwest favorites such as Uptown Lowdown from Bellevue. Or take in jazz greats like Grand Dominion, Tom Hook and his Terriers, High Sierra, and Yerba Buena Stompers. Guest stars include Bob Draga and Katie Cavera. Tom Rigney and flambeau will cover the Cajun and zydeco two steps. The festival band lineup is jazz history on stages in Lacey.Other festival features include on-site RV parking, shuttle service, parasol parades, a swing set, and After Glow Party. This four day festival has been running for twenty five years and has been hosted in Lacey since 2002.Jazz fans from twenty-two states are attracted to this festival and it is known for the good line up of bands and location. Most are from BC, Oregon, and California. Linked to the 2015 festival is a seven day round cruise trip to Alaska on the ms Amsterdam with festival bands High Sierra, Tom Hook Trio, and Fat Babies Classic.This festival is a family friendly event. Students 14-22 with identification can get an all event badge for fifteen dollars. On Sunday Morning there will be special free jazz gospel program featuring Marilyn Keller with the Black Swan Classic Jazz Band from Portland.For more information and the schedule of 96 performances of the 13 bands check the web at www.olyjazz.comlast_img read more

North Thurston Public Schools wants your feedback!

first_imgFacebook7Tweet0Pin0Submitted by North Thurston Public SchoolsEvery year North Thurston Public Schools turns to our community at large, to ask for feedback on leadership, student programs, fiscal responsibility, safety, communication, and more.“It’s important for us to not only be accountable with how we invest public taxpayer dollars but to also get community feedback on what their values and priorities are when it comes to public education and their perception of how we are doing,” said Courtney Schrieve, Executive Director for Public Relations at NTPS.The district conducts annual surveys with staff, students and families each year, as well as the community. Results from all the surveys except staff (shared by principals at each school), are posted on school websites under the “About our School” sections. A highlight from this year was that more parents said their child felt “safe at school.” In addition, five percent more of students surveyed said their schools has activities to celebrate different cultures.Community results last year showed that the majority of those surveyed said that they believe the district meets or exceeds expectations for K-12 public education. Accelerated learning opportunities, well-maintained grounds and arts, athletics and activities access also received high ratings.“We are proud of our district – the largest in Thurston County – but realize we always have room for improvement,” Schrieve said. The district has nearly 15,000 students, 2000 staff (full and part-time) and an 85 percent graduation rate. Nearly 50 percent of students are students of color. Their free and reduced enrollment count, an indicator of poverty, is about 42 percent.Please take a moment to help us get better by taking this short online survey. Deadline is May 20. Thank you!last_img read more