Galaxy of stars for Bell-Ziadie Memorial

first_imgMany former national representatives and celebrities will be in action at the 30th staging of the Bell-Ziadie Memorial football matches today at Winchester Park, St George’s College. Clive ‘Busy’ Campbell, chief organiser of the Masters and Celebrities Inc-promoted event, said all is in place for the matches. “Everything is in place for the matches, which are set to kick-off at 2 p.m., which will honour the memory of two great football stalwarts,” Campbell told The Gleaner. “It is a hype thing as we are playing for the Bell-Ziadie Trophy and bragging rights,” Campbell said about the banter leading up to the yearly showdowns. Four persons will be honoured: former FIFA referee Peter Prendergast and former national player Kenneth ‘Bop’ Campbell;and two posthumously, former Jamaica and St George’s College player, Leighton Hugh and former Santos and Jamaica outstanding goalkeeper, Orville Edwards. MASTER CELEBRITIES Also, the RJR Communications Group will be honoured by the Master and Celebrities Inc, which has been supporting the event for all its 30 years. Three teams will participate in the football competition, and the top team will receive the Bell-Ziadie trophy. David James, father of Dominic, the former St George’s College football captain who died on September 20 after he collapsed, will play in the matches. The event is in honour of Winthorpe ‘Jackie’ Bell and Dennis Ziadie, who passed away in an accident during the 1986 FIFA World Cup finals in Mexico City, Mexico. The St George’s College Invitational comprise Dennis’ son, Nick Ziadie, Shavar Thomas, Orlando Walters, Ken Ellis, Ali Rose, David James, Sean Polack, Ryan Dawes, Marcel Gayle, Mark Miller, Denton Manning, Peter Johnson, Lawrence Passley, Gregory Messam Snr., David Laylor, David Williams, Richard McCallum, and Wayne Marshall. Chris Martin Invitational – Christopher Martin, Usain Bolt, Jermaine Gonzales, Ricardo Gardner, Ian Goodison, Walter Boyd, Marvin Chin, Simba Harris, Richard Currie, Kwame Falconer, Peter Gordon, Sadiki Bolt, Adrian Pitter, Rupert Hines, Shamar Glanville, and Sayco Gordon. Masters and Celebrities – Ian Wilkinson, Michael Williams, Jaheel Hyde, Kasai Hines, Rudolph Speid, Ian McNaughton, Alicia James, Sherona Forrester, Stephen Miller, Kirk Williams, Cornel Chin-sue, Kevin Wilson, Denton Sheddon, Durrent Brown, Hector Wright, Hugh Blair, Eldorado Mullings, and Robert Scott. The sponsors include RJR Communications Group, WATA, Power 106, Burger King, Pure National Ice, B Riley Signs, Chess Foundation, DATZmy DJ, Cuddy’s Restaurant and Grill, and Masters and Celebrities.last_img read more

#glnrCHAMPS: Calabar, St Jago impress in Class One high jump qualifying

first_imgCalabar High School and St Jago had two qualifiers each entering the final of the Boys’ High Jump Class One at the ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls Athletics Championships at the National Stadium on Friday afternoon. Ricardo Clarke and Andrew Betton from defending champions Calabar and Lushane Wilson and Tony Haughton all cleared the bar at 1.95 metres. The other qualifiers were Brian-neil Robinson of St Elizabeth Technical; Peter Clarke of Camperdown; Alexander Thompson of St George’s College; Horatio Humphrey of Buff Bay; Malik Cunningham of Jamaica College, and Jon-Michael Davis from Kingston College.  The final takes place at 5:33 p.m. on Saturday.last_img read more

Gin Kings shocker

first_imgGesta fails anew; Duno impresses OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Raymond Aguilar tied his career-high with 16 points, and though he actually didn’t limit Fajardo, who finished with 33, he had some big buckets that kept the Beermen at bay.Cone is now looking forward to the Kings’ next game on Saturday against NLEX at Cuneta Astrodome where 7-foot cornerstone Greg Slaughter could make his return.Confusion marred the final 4.6 seconds when Chris Ross took the first of two free throws originally intended for Chico Lanete. He was slapped a technical foul as Tenorio made it a safe four-point lead for Ginebra.GlobalPort, still without star Terrence Romeo, scored an impressive 107-88 plastering of Meralco in the first game.Meanwhile, former Purefoods point guard Ulysses Tanigue passed away on Sunday due to a lingering illness. He was 43.ADVERTISEMENT 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 MOST READ “This was a mismatch, in the first quarter, we had no chance,” Cone said after the Beermen looked like they were simply going through the motions. “Our guys just dug in and made a run at halftime and we kept momentum.“We started believing and that was the key. We kept forgetting how good we could be.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkRaymond Aguilar was the surprise performer for the Kings, who leveled their record to 3-3 and dealt the Beermen their first loss in six games, dropping San Miguel into a tie for the lead with another sister team, Magnolia.“Who would have thought it?” Cone asked of the win, before heaping praise on “the other Aguilar. “He was just phenomenal. He guarded June Mar (Fajardo) all game, he hit big shots, made big plays on his own. He was amazing.” Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Almazan vows to comeback stronger after finals heartbreak LATEST STORIES Nonito Donaire vs Naoya Inoue is BWAA 2019 Fight of the Year View comments Newsome sets focus on helping Bolts open new PBA season on right track OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson PBA IMAGESTim Cone was in shock Sunday night, minutes after a bizarre finish had his undermanned Barangay Ginebra crew snapping a three-game losing streak in the PBA Philippine Cup.The multititled coach drew a hero out of one of the most obscure men on his bench, as the Gin Kings brought down erstwhile unbeaten sister team San Miguel Beer, 100-96, that put them back in the middle of the pack at Smart Araneta Coliseum in Cubao.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Michael Porter Jr. stays patient as playing time increases Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Nextlast_img read more

Brazil wants to lower Neymar’s expectations for World Cup

first_imgJiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Neymar was also going to receive a private meeting with Brazil coach Tite, who wants to try and reduce the pressure on the striker.“Neymar will hear from Tite that he spent three months off the pitch and will not be the exceptional Neymar after that,” Brazilian Football Confederation coordinator Edu Gaspar said at the camp.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown“We will create some ground for him to get his self-confidence back, and that it goes up without too much pressure on his performances.”Neymar hasn’t played since late February when he cracked the fifth metatarsal that connects to the little toe in his right foot. On March 3 he underwent surgery in Brazil and returned to training just one week ago in France. MOST READ French Open organizers won’t give Serena Williams a seeding LATEST STORIES In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Left back Marcelo, midfielder Casemiro, and striker Roberto Firmino will only join the squad in London next Monday, after Real Madrid and Liverpool meet in the Champions League final in Kiev.The first actual Brazil training will take place on Wednesday at the camp, which went through a $4 million renovation to host the team until Sunday.Brazil will have six practices in Teresopolis before moving camp to North London until June 8.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Dave Chappelle donates P1 million to Taal relief operations Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Weinstein rape trial Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Winfrey details her decision to withdraw from Simmons film China population now over 1.4 billion as birthrate falls Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew 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 In this photo released by the Brazilian Football Confederation, Brazil’s soccer player Neymar arrives to the Granja Comary training center in Teresopolis, Brazil, Monday, May 21, 2018. (Lucas Figueiredo/CBF via AP)RIO DE JANEIRO — Brazil wants to reduce the expectations on Neymar.The world’s most expensive footballer is at the end of his recovery from a foot operation, and joined 16 Brazil teammates on Monday for physical and medical tests at their Granja Comary camp in Teresopolis, outside Rio de Janeiro.ADVERTISEMENT “Neymar will keep doing what he is doing at Paris Saint-Germain. There is a physical part, then a technical one. But there will also be the emotional part, so he has the real magnitude of what we are thinking,” Gaspar said. “We are not thinking only about Neymar, we will have communication strategies for every athlete.”Gaspar said Neymar will be expected to play about 45 minutes of the friendly against Croatia in Liverpool on June 3, the first of two for Brazil before the World Cup. The second is against Austria in Vienna on June 10.“Today, we talked about playing those two games as if they were the World Cup,” Gaspar said.“We need total reality then, so we start the tournament well. We studied those two teams tactically and saw they were ideal for those friendlies. For now, they are more important than our (World Cup) opener.”Brazil opens in Russia against Switzerland on June 17 in Rostov. Their group also features Costa Rica and Serbia.ADVERTISEMENT View commentslast_img read more

China Dedicates ‘1st Class ETU’

first_imgThe first and only Ebola Treatment Unit (ETU) constructed so far by the People’s Republic of China has been dedicated in Monrovia, with President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf describing the facility as what “looks like first class” treatment for the people of Liberia.The Chinese ETU is a 100-bed facility that was built and will be operated by a medical contingent of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA). The ETU is situated at the Samuel K. Doe Sports Complex in Paynesville.Described as one of the best treatment centers in the country, the Chinese ETU is designed to meet high standards in the prevention and control of infectious diseases. With three batches of 500 medical staff, Chinese authorities said, the center will run for six months to isolate suspected Ebola patients and treat confirmed patients including United Nations staff who may get the virus.The facility was dedicated by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf who was accompanied by an array of government officials, including outgoing Health Minister, Dr. Walter Traub Gwenigale, and Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Information, Youth and Sports, among others.Heading a high-level Chinese delegation from China for the dedication ceremony was the Vice Minister of the National Health and Family Planning Commission of the PRC, Cui Li, and the Director-General of Health Department, General Logistics Department of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA), Ren Guoquan.The head of the Chinese delegation, Cui Li, said the ETU built and staffed entirely by Chinese will be run and managed independently, something that is unprecedented both in the international aid to fight Ebola and China’s medical aid history.She noted that the ETU mirrors the long-lasting friendship between China and Africa, which have shared the weal and woes over the past 50 years, and also represents the implementation of China’s Africa policy of “Sincerity, Real Results, Affinity and Good Faith,” proposed by the President of China, Xi Jinping.In the preparation and building of the Center, Ms. Cui, who spoke through an interpreter, said her government sticks to the principle of “handle special cases with special methods when it comes to aiding Liberia’s fight” and fully respects the Liberian Government’s will and participation in the process.“After President Xi’s announcement of the 4th round of assistance to the affected countries to fight the epidemic, we took just a week to transport the construction materials, medical equipment and 500 construction workers to Liberia in six chartered flights.”President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, on behalf of the Government and people of Liberia, extended heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the People’s Republic of China (PRC) for the partnership and friendship.  She said she looked forward to the service that will be rendered by the team at the new100-bed ETU.“All of this could not have been done except with the endorsement and support of the Chinese Government led by the President,  Xi Jinping, who gave full endorsement through the Ambassador and his staff,” she said, requesting Amb. Zhang Yue, to convey to President Xi Jinping and the Premier Li Kequiang thanks and appreciation on behalf of the Liberian people.President Sirleaf recalled “the difficult days of July, August and September when Liberia was confronted with this unknown enemy, where some of the brave doctors and nurses, without proper equipment, tried to respond and ended up dying.  There were others who got infected, and most abandoned the health facilities which meant that while there were hundreds dying of Ebola, there were also many others dying of other causes because there was no means to treat them.”She noted that China was one of the first to respond immediately when the Liberian government began to appeal for global assistance.  China responded by sending an aircraft with an assortment of anti-Ebola equipment, materials and drugs that enabled healthcare workers to respond to Ebola-affected people.She indicated that the Chinese action prompted and encouraged other partners to join in the response exercise.President Sirleaf noted that in the dedication of the facility, China has now joined others in sending a team to construct an ETU to enable Liberians have a place to take the sick and infected.She described the newly constructed ETU as “exemplary” and commended China for this exceptional response. “As I look at the quality of the construction and the quality service that will be rendered, this looks like first-class treatment for our people,” President Sirleaf said, adding, “This is something commendable and exemplary, for which we will always be grateful.”She also commended the Chinese medical contingent of the People’s Liberation Army for their diligence and hard work in being able to construct the facility.Ren Guoquan, for his part, said the opening of the ETU, which took a month to construct, is the first international humanitarian relief project that is built, operated and managed by the Chinese PLA.He said the development is significant for promoting Liberia’s capability to fight the Ebola disease, safeguarding Liberian people’s lives and health, and controlling the global spread of the Ebola epidemic.“Together with the Liberian people, we have the determination, confidence and ability to tide over the difficulties and defeat the epidemic,” he said, adding that this will be a new milepost and will open a new chapter for the relationship between China and Liberia.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Weekly MP Report from Jay Hill

first_imgThis EI legislation builds upon the unprecedented measures our Conservative Government has taken to improve EI benefits and training programs to better help unemployed Canadians get back on their feet and back to work. This includes an additional $1.5-billion investment in training for Canadians whether they qualify for EI or not, as well as EI work-sharing agreements which have been particularly beneficial to forest companies and workers in our region.Also this week, our legislation to provide up to 20 extra weeks of EI benefits to long-tenured workers was passed by the House of Commons. It will now face scrutiny in the Senate but I am hopeful that senators will recognize the significance of this measure to Canadians who have worked hard and paid into the EI system for years but now find themselves unemployed through no fault of their own.H1N1 UpdateHealth officials are encouraging Canadians to be patient as priority groups receive their vaccinations.Advertisement The federal, provincial and territorial governments jointly agreed that these groups include pregnant women, children under 5, health care providers, and adults with underlying health conditions.Six million doses of H1N1 vaccine have been delivered to the provinces and territories, meaning there is enough vaccine for priority groups.Meanwhile, efforts by the federal Liberals to politicize and sensationalize this issue are disappointing and unfortunate.All levels of government are jointly mobilized to roll out the largest mass immunization campaign in Canadian history … and it’s AHEAD of schedule. Plus, Canada currently has MORE H1N1 vaccine per capita than ANY OTHER COUNTRY IN THE WORLD!It’s also important to remember that this is a Pandemic….not a Panic-demic! Continue to monitor news about vaccine clinics at, remain vigilant about hand-washing, and, please, stay home from work or school when you’re sick.Advertisement This week our Conservative Government not only delivered on our commitment to self-employed Canadians, we exceeded it.Human Resources Minister Diane Finley introduced the Fairness for the Self-Employed Act on Tuesday. Bill C-56 will provide self-employed Canadians with voluntary access to all Employment Insurance (EI) special benefits. This includes maternity and parental benefits, sickness benefits and compassionate care benefits.All parents face the immense challenge of juggling children and their jobs. Yet currently, the self-employed face a much harder choice in determining if and when they will have children because it can mean a complete loss of income for several weeks and months.- Advertisement -There are approximately 2.6 million self-employed Canadians who are an integral part of our economy and economic recovery. This includes small business owners, farmers, construction workers, professionals, and those who own a home business, among many others.This legislation not only extends access to maternity and parental EI benefits to the self-employed – a Conservative promise in the 2008 federal election – it encompasses other EI special benefits that payroll employees can receive. It’s the fair and right thing to do.Self-employed Canadians will now have the peace of mind knowing they can access benefits to cope with major life events such as the birth of a child, an illness, or caring for a gravely ill family member.Advertisementlast_img read more

Apple’s Steve Jobs unveils new Macs featuring Intel processors

first_imgSAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Apple Computer Inc.’s historic shift to Intel Corp. microprocessors came months earlier than expected Tuesday as CEO Steve Jobs unveiled desktop and notebook computers based on new two-brained chips from the world’s largest semiconductor company’s. The first Macs to deploy Intel’s Core Duo processors will be the latest iMac desktop, whose circuitry is all built into the display, and the MacBook Pro laptop. When it announced the switch in June, Apple said it expected to begin making the transition by mid-2006. On Tuesday, Apple chief executive Steve Jobs was joined at the Macworld expo by Intel CEO Paul Otellini to unveil the new jointly designed computers. Intel, on the other hand, has been focusing on developing chips specifically tailored for notebooks. In 2003, it launched its Centrino notebook technology with a processor that boosted a longer battery life by minimizing its power demand without a major hit to performance. During last week’s International Consumer Electronics Show, Intel unveiled the latest generation, the Core Duo, which features two computing engines on a single piece of silicon. It was that chip that the Apple decided to fit into the new iMac. The new iMacs will have the same all-in-one design as previous models and will be available with 17-inch and 20-inch screens for $1,299 and $1,699. Jobs claimed the new models are two to three times faster than the iMac G5, based on an IBM chip. “With (the) Mac OS X (operating system) plus Intel’s latest dual-core processor under the hood, the new iMac delivers performance that will knock our customers’ socks off,” said Jobs. The MacBooks Pros start at $1,999. The Core Duo chip’s low energy requirements are expected to enable ever-smaller computers, including some built right into television sets as the industry gears its machines more toward multimedia use.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa Anita Otellini came onstage wearing a clean room suit that the chip company has famously used in its ad campaigns — and that Apple once lampooned in its ads of its own. For years, Apple shunned Intel, which has provided chips that power a majority of the world’s PCs, along with Windows software from Microsoft Corp. In the late 1990s, Apple even ran TV ads with a Pentium II glued to a snail and others with a toasted clean room suit. But Apple, looking for faster, more energy-efficient chips, became increasingly frustrated in recent years as its chip suppliers, IBM Corp. and Motorola Corp.’s spinoff, Freescale Semiconductor Inc., failed to meet its needs. Of particular concern was IBM’s apparent inability to develop a G5 chip that would work well in notebook computers.last_img read more

Odds for unseating Levine slim, but two trying

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl event160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SACRAMENTO — The 40th Assembly District in the central San Fernando Valley has been reliably Democratic for years, but that isn’t stopping two underfunded and unknown Republicans from seeking to topple incumbent Assemblyman Lloyd Levine, D-Van Nuys, this year. Armineh Chelebian, a self-employed accountant, and Rick Montaine, a computer systems analyst, are vying in the June primary for the GOP nomination in the district that stretches from Northridge and Van Nuys to Woodland Hills. Voter registration in the district is about 48-29 in favor of Democrats. Chelebian and Montaine, both Winnetka residents, knew each other before the campaign. They served together on the Winnetka Neighborhood Council. They get along well and decline to take shots at each other. “We know each other. We respect each other,” Chelebian said. When asked why voters should choose him instead of Chelebian, Montaine is at a bit of a loss, calling his opponent a “sweetheart” and an “excellent candidate.” He notes, however, that he was first to declare his candidacy and said he was surprised when she decided to run. “I have to admit: I’m a bit flustered that she decided to do this,” Montaine said. “If it came down to voting between Levine or Armineh, I would definitely vote for Armineh.” But in the June 6 primary, of course, “I’d vote for me,” he said. Chelebian, who also ran for the Valley city council that would have been created if voters had passed secession from Los Angeles in 2001, said she is running because she hopes to make a difference in the community. She also ran as a write-in for L.A. City Council in 2003. Chelebian said her perspective as a mother of two — a daughter, age 18, and a son, 15 — helps guide her values as a candidate. She said she wants to improve the educational system by breaking up the Los Angeles Unified School District into smaller districts and giving more authority to principals, parents and teachers. “I believe when it’s big, it doesn’t have enough local control,” she said. “The school district has seven board members overlooking 750,000 students now. When do they find time to really concentrate on the issues that are important within the classroom?” She also supports California’s proposed version of Jessica’s Law, the November ballot measure that would increase sentences for molesters of children younger than age 14 and would require them, if eventually paroled, to wear GPS monitoring bracelets for life. Chelebian said she also wants to improve the state’s business climate by lowering taxes and seeking ways to make government more efficient, rather than looking at additional bond issues. Montaine has been running an under-the-radar campaign. His job as a computer systems analyst doesn’t give him much time for campaign activities and he hasn’t raised any funds. He said he realizes a Republican has a slim chance of defeating Levine in a district where voter registration is lopsidedly in favor of the incumbent. He said he is running mainly to highlight opposition to some of Levine’s policies, especially the incumbent’s co-sponsorship of an assisted-suicide bill. Montaine said he believes in the sanctity of life and thinks such a bill would also cause conflict among family members of someone considering an assisted suicide. “I don’t really like the way I see things going on up in Sacramento,” Montaine said. He said he would like to see schools spend more of their budgets on classroom materials, such as books, paper and pencils. He also would like to see gasoline tax revenues go toward fixing roads and not be subject to raiding by the Legislature for other purposes.— (916) 446-6723last_img read more

Bellerin starts, Lovren dropped: Arsenal vs Liverpool confirmed team news

first_img 4 What the managers are sayingUnai Emery (Arsenal): “We are looking forward to playing against them, playing against a team like Liverpool. We are excited for tomorrow because our supporters are going to help us in our home.“I think it’s a very difficult game, very difficult team, but for us it’s about success against them with our quality, our performance and also our respect.”Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool): “All people in football knew how good he is but I am not sure all Arsenal fans were over the moon at first when they heard it would be Emery. BEST OF Latest Football News Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Arsenal will look to prove themselves as genuine title contenders when Liverpool visit the Emirates in the Premier League on Saturday evening.The Gunners won eleven matches in a row before last weekend’s 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace, but the Reds present Unai Emery’s first top-six opponent since the unbeaten run began in August. Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade 4 RANKED Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move REVEALED There will be plenty of stars on show Emery faces a serious challenge to his unbeaten run on Saturday MONEY Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? center_img huge blow But there is no place for Nacho Monreal who continues to recover from a hamstring problem and Matteo Guendouzi is suspended.Dejan Lovren has been left out of the Liverpool squad, while midfielders Naby Keita and Jordan Henderson are both suffering from hamstring problems.Confirmed line-upsArsenal: Leno, Bellerin, Holding, Mustafi, Kolasinac, Torreira,Xhaka, Mkhitaryan, Ozil, Aubameyang, Lacazette.Subs: Cech, Ramsey, Lichtsteiner, Maitland-Niles, Iwobi, Welbeck, Smith-Rowe.Liverpool: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, van Dijk, Robertson, Milner, Fabinho, Wijnaldum, Salah, Firmino, Mane.Subs: Sturridge, Moreno, Lallana, Mignolet, Shaqiri, Origi, Matip. Bellerin is doubtful for the game “But that’s England a little bit, you want the poster boys. Unai was in France and before that in Spain in a smaller club, so you can go a bit under the radar.“Not for all the people in football, though. I saw yesterday that he won eight titles in two or three years. That’s pretty big.”Team newsHector Bellerin and Sead Kolasinac have both passed late fitness tests to start for the Gunners. Klopp praised Emery for proving himself in England no dice REVEALED ADVICE 4 Liverpool are yet to lose in the league this season and currently sit joint-top of table with Manchester City, four points ahead of their hosts, who are fourth.The fixtures have been kind to Arsenal during their hot streak, so this game will provide a good marker of exactly where the Gunners are in the early stages of the post-Arsene Wenger era.Where can I listen?You can listen to exclusive radio commentary of the heavyweight clash live on talkSPORT, with kick-off at 5.30pm on Saturday. Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury 4 Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red cardlast_img read more


first_imgThe winning relay teams at the small school’s championships.The Allianz Cumann na mBunscol Athletics for Small Schools County Finals 2013 were held at the Danny McDaid track in Letterkenny on Friday.This is the 10th year for the championships which are becoming more and more popular with the smaller schools in the county. Children are given the opportunity to compete on a level playing field with other pupils from similar sized schools.Thanks to the generous help from Donegal Sports Partnership Cumann na mBunscol can make these championships completely free to all participants, unlike other commercially based athletic events for primary school children in the county. This year 558 children from small schools (1 – 4 teacher schools) all over the county participated.Schools which took part this year for the first time were Roshine NS, Rosses, SN an tSraithe Móire, Glendowan, and Acres NS, Burtonport.There were some memorable performances from the young athletes and great fun and enjoyment was experienced by all involved.Pupils that came to the fore were: Tommy Mac an Ultaigh, Scoil an Choimín; Kelly Anderson, Drumoghill NS; Mia Baikí, Acres NS; Karen Gallagher, Cashel, Fanad; Saoirse Bonner, Keadue NS; Evan Duddy, Srath Mór; and Dean Harkin, Tiernasligo, Urris. The overall county championships for 1 and 2 teacher schools was won by Keadue NS, Rosses who have now won two-in-a-row. St Joseph’s Rathdonnell was a close second.In the 3 and 4 teacher division Frosses NS was victorious but they were pushed all the way by Scoil Eoin Baiste, Carrigart, Drumoghill NS and Scoil an Choimín, Gleann Fhinne.Cumann na mBunscol is indebted to the many teachers who brought their pupils along to the event, which for many was their first experience of Track and Field athletics. Indeed over the last 10 years many successful county athletes began their athletic careers at these championships.A special word of thanks to all parents, teachers, young adults and Rosses AC club members who worked tirelessly once again to make these championships the success that they are today.We also appreciate the generosity of both Letterkenny AC and Lifford AC in allowing us to use its equipment. Cumann na mBunscol is now planning ahead to widen these championships to cater for larger size schools as many teachers in the larger schools as dissatisfied with how schools athletics is at the moment. Action from one of the many races at the small schools athletics championshipsOverall Schools Results.1 and 2 teacher schools.1 Keadue NS, Rosses 46½ pts2 St Joseph’s, Rathdonnell 38 3 St Riaghan’s, Glenties 274 Edininfagh NS, Glenties.3 and 4 teacher schools.1 Frosses NS 103½2 Scoil Eoin Baiste, Carrigart 1003 Drumoghill NS 964 Scoil an Choimín, Glenfinn 895 Roshine NS, Rosses 73Junior Infants Girls 60m1 Emma-Jane Shovlin Frosses NS2 Aibigh NicMeanmain Scoil an Choimín3 Fionnuala Campbell Edininfagh NS4 Sarah-Jane Crawford Frosses NS5 Emma McDaid Srath MórJunior Infants Boys 60m1 Ryan Duignan Frosses NS2 Cian McFadden Eoin Baiste3 Aidan Diver Drumoghill NS4 Jamie Kennedy Frosses NS5 Dabhóg Mag Fhloinn Scoil an ChoimínSenior Infants Girls 60m1 Abby Kerrs Frosses NS2 Lucy Meehan Frosses NS3 Lonán Ní Mhaonaigh Scoil an Choimín4 Millie Hanlon Keadue NS5 Danielle Diver Srath MórSenior Infants Boys 60m1 Tommaí Mac an Ultaigh Scoil an Choimín2 Kyle Gallagher Acres3 Darragh McGonagle Ballylast4 Ryan Patton Frosses NS5 Oisín Mag Fhloinn Scoil an ChoimínRelays 1+2 Teacher Junior (3rd + 4th)1 St Joseph’s, Rathdonnell2 Keadue NS3 St Riaghan’s NSRelays 1+2 Teacher Senior (5th + 6th)1 St Riaghan’s NS2 St Joseph’s, Rathdonnell3 Keadue NSJunior Infants Girls Teddy Bear Race1 Aibigh Nic Meanmain Scoil an Choimín2 Sarah-Jane Hartnett Roshine3 Emma-Jane Shovlin Frosses NS4 Leah Jordan Drumoghill NS5 Amellia Connolly BallylastJunior Infants Boys Teddy Bear Race1 Ryan Duignan Frosses NS2 Aidan Diver Drumoghill NS3 Kyle McLaughlin Srath Mór4 Daniel Breslin Edininfagh5 AJ Curran Srath MórSenior Infants Girls Teddy Bear Race1 Danielle Diver Srath Mór2 Lonán Ní Mhaonaigh Scoil an Choimín3 Abby Kerrs Frosses NS4 Saoirse Rodgers Drumoghill NS5 Lucy Meehan Frosses NSSenior Infants Boys Teddy Bear Race1 Tommaí Mac an Ultaigh Scoil an Choimín2 Ryan Nibbs Rathdonnell3 Kyle Gallagher Acres4 Oisin McGlynn Scoil an Choimín5 Callum Gallagher AcresRelays 3+4 Teacher Junior (3rd + 4th)1 Drumoghill NS2 Roshine NS3 Tiernasligo NS4 Frosses NS5 Scoil an ChoimínRelays 3+4 Teacher Senior (5th + 6th)1 Roshine NS2 Frosses NS3 Eoin Baiste4 Tiernasligo NS5 Scoil an ChoimínFirst Class Girls 60m1 Aoife McGee Roshine2 Casey Diver Drumoghill NS3 Anna McGuckin Frosses NS4 Ulitah Boyle Keadue NS5 Ava Nic Meanmain Scoil an ChoimínFirst Class Boys 60m1 Jack Treacy Roshine2 Cormac Ó Cnáimhsí Scoil an Choimín3 Ross Ó Brollcháin Scoil an Choimín4 Ryan McGee Drumoghill NS5 Dylan McGlone Eoin BaisteFirst Class Girls 100m1 Aoife McGee Roshine2 Anna McGuckin Frosses NS3 Ava Nic Meanmain Scoil an Choimín4 Casey Diver Drumoghill NS5 Caoimhe McCalliog EdininfaghFirst Class Boys 100m1 Ross Ó Brollcháin Scoil an Choimín2 Cormac Ó Cnáimhsí Scoil an Choimín3 Callum Crampsie Drumoghill NS4 Dylan McGlone Eoin Baiste5 Jack Tracey RoshineSecond Class Girls 60m1 Kelly Anderson Drumoghill NS2 Nizarra McFadden Eoin Baiste3 Fynn Moulton Acres4 Tegan Doherty Tiernasligo NS5 Ellen Travers Eoin BaisteSecond Class Boys 60m1 Jamie Barron Drumoghill NS2 Alan Howe Eoin BaisteMax Roarty Eoin Baiste4 Declan Duignan Frosses NS5 Donal Gallagher Srath MórSecond Class Girls 200m1 Kelly Anderson Drumoghill NS2 Nizarra McFadden Eoin Baiste3 Ciara McCarron Tiernasligo NS4 Emma Price Srath Mór5 Tegan Doherty Tiernasligo NSSecond Class Boys 200m1 Max Roarty Eoin Baiste2 Ryan Brennan Roshine3 Donal Gallagher Srath Mór4 Christopher Diver Srath Mór5 James Ó Cnáimhsí Scoil an ChoimínThird Class Girls 60m1 Niamh Maughan Frosses NS2 Mia Baikie Acres3 Nadine Gallagher Eoin Baiste4 Eleanoe O’Donnell Roshine5 Sinead McBride Eoin BaisteThird Class Boys 60m1 Conor Cheevers Eoin Baiste2 Shane Breslin Frosses NS3 Shaun Boyle Frosses NS4 Cathal Ivors Tiernasligo NS5 Niall Toye Eoin BaisteThird Class Girls 300m1 Mia Baikie Acres2 Chloe Murphy Keadue NS3 Grace Dunleavy Frosses NS4 Niamh Mohan Frosses NS5 Clodagh Friel Eoin BaisteThird Class Boys 300m1 Shaun Boyle Frosses NS2 Shay Doherty Drumoghill NS3 Niall Toye Eoin Baiste4 Conor Cheevers Eoin Baiste5 Philip Noble RoshineFourth Class Girls 80m1 Melissa McGee Roshine2 Ciara McGarvey Eoin Baiste3 Clara Doherty Tiernasligo NS4 Marcella Dolan Eoin Baiste5 Blathnaid Gallagher Srath MórFourth Class Boys 80m1 Dean Harkin Tiernasligo NS2 Carlos O’Reilly Eoin Baiste3 Tiernan McBride Eoin Baiste4 Caythal Ó Dochartaigh Scoil an Choimín5 Joseph Campbell Frosses NSFourth Class Girls 400m1 Michaela McMonagle Srath Mór2 Clara Doherty Tiernasligo NS3 Danielle Nig Fhionnaile Scoil an Choimín4 Blathnaid Gallagher Srath Mór5 Zoe McCarron Tiernasligo NSFourth Class Boys 400m1 Carlos O’Reilly Eoin Baiste2 Dean Harkin Tiernasligo NS3 Seán Ó Cnáimhsí Scoil an Choimín4 Patrick Gallagher Srath Mór5 Gerard McKelvey Drumoghill NSFifth Class Girls 100m1 Karen Gallagher Cashel Fanad2 Saoirse Bonner Keadue NS3 Molly Trearty Eoin Baiste4 Amy Lynch Drumoghill NS5 Arlene Bonner Drumoghill NSFifth Class Boys 100m1 Luke Doherty Tiernasligo NS2 Luke McCarry Eoin Baiste3 Evan Duddy Srath Mór4 Calvin Holmes Drumoghill NS5 Kaine Mag Fhloinn Scoil an ChoimínFifth Class Girls 600m1 Karen Gallagher Cashel Fanad2 Molly Trearty Eoin Baiste3 Lily Kelly Frosses NS4 Justine Boyle Keadue NS5 Ciara Nic Daibhéid Scoil an ChoimínFifth Class Boys 600m1 Evan Duddy Srath Mór2 Dara Breen Eoin Baiste3 Odhran Mag Fhloinn Scoil an Choimín4 Ciaran McNicholas Keadue NS5 Kaine Mag Fhloinn Scoil an ChoimínSixth Class Girls 100m1 Thea Duffy Eoin Baiste2 Molly Roarty Eoin Baiste3 Olivia Boyle Roshine4 Rebecca Willis Drumoghill NS5 Zara Galvin Drumoghill NSSixth Class Boys 100m1 Oisin Harley Rathdonnell2 Danny Gallagher St Riaghan’s NS3 Hugh Ferry Acres4 Darragh Waldron Ballylast5 Ronan Dorrian Drumoghill NSSixth Class Girls 600m1 Kerri O’Loughlin Frosses NS2 Zara Galvin Drumoghill NS3 Rebecca Wallace Drumoghill NS4 Leah McGuinness St Riaghan’s NS5 Molly Roarty Eoin BaisteSixth Class Boys 600m1 Danny Gallagher St Riaghan’s NS2 Oisin Harley Rathdonnell3 Thomas Harnett Roshine4 Ronan Dorrian Drumoghill NS5 Cormac Dunleavy Frosses NS3rd and 4th Class Girls Long Jump1 Mia Wilson Tiernasligo NS 3.15m2 Blathnait Gallagher Srath Mór 3.05m3 Melissa McGee Roshine 3.00m4 Chloe Murphy Keadue NS 3.00m5 Michaela McMonagle Srath Mór 2.75m3rd and 4th Class Boys Long Jump1 Dean Harkin Tiernasligo NS 3.75m2 Neil Noble Roshine 3.68m3 Cathal Ivors Tiernasligo NS 3.29m4 Jack Lennox Frosses NS 3.28m5 Finn Nicholas Keadue NS 3.25m3rd and 4th Class Girls Ball Throw1 Nicole Doherty Srath Mór 22.80m2 Kellie McDaid Drumoghill 19.20m3 Naomi Kelly Frosses NS 19.00m4 Danielle NicFhionnaile Sc an Choimín 18.70m5 Eilis McFadden Roshine 18.65m3rd and 4th Class Boys Ball Throw1 Luke MagFhloinn Scoil an Choimín 29.26mDarragh Kirk Rathdonnell 29.26m3 Lorcan Burns Ballylast NS 27.13m4 Neil Noble Roshine 25.30m5 Jack Lennox Frosses NS 24.99m4th, 5th and 6th Class Girls High Jump1 Chloe Murphy Keadue NS 1.15m2 Rebecca Wallace Drumoghill 1.15m3 Leanne Doherty Srath Mór 1.10m4 Nikea McGovern Roshine 1.10m5 Clara Doherty Tiernasligo NS 1.05m4th, 5th and 6th Class Boys High Jump1 Oisín Harley Rathdonnell 1.30m2 Ronan Dorrian Drumoghill 1.25m3 Cormac Dunleavy Frosses NS 1.10mCiaran Nicholas Keadue NS 1.10m5 David Hanlon Roshine 1.10m5th and 6th Class Girls Long Jump1 Zara Galvin Drumoghill 3.70m2 Karen Gallagher Cashel, Fanad 3.65m3 Kerri O’Loughlin Frosses NS 3.45m4 Leah McGuinness St Riaghan’s NS 3.35m5 Jemma Ní Bhrollcháin Scoil an Choimín 3.25m5th and 6th Class Boys Long Jump1 Hugh Ferry Acres 4.20m2 Ronan Dorrian Drumoghill 3.90m3 Oisín Harley Rathdonnell 3.85m4 Dermot McCarron Tiernasligo NS 3.50m5 David McGuckin Frosses NS 3.40m5th and 6th Class Girls Ball Throw1 Saoirse Bonner Keadue NS 31.35m2 Caoimhe Gallagher Srath Mór 29.65m3 Kimberley Koesling Scoil an Choimín 26.50m4 Jemma Ní Bhrollcháin Scoil an Choimín 24.34m5 Alannah Whte Daly Srath Mór 24.20m5th and 6th Class Boys Ball Throw1 Eoin Moore Eoin Baiste 35.05m2 William Meehan Drumoghill 34.29m3 Odhrán MagFhloinn Scoil an Choimín 34.23m4 Danny Gallagher St Riaghan’s NS 33.22m5 Dermot McCarron Tiernasligo NS 31.70m4th, 5th and 6th Class Girls 2kg Shot Putt1 Saoirse Bonner Keadue NS 8.55m2 Alannah Whte Daly Srath Mór 7.30m3 Stephanie Sweeney Acres 6.97m4 Kimberley Koesling Scoil an Choimín 6.95m5 Caitríona Duddy Srath Mór 6.80m4th, 5th and 6th Class Boys 2kg Shot Putt1 David Hanlon Roshine 10.10m2 Cian McCready Acres 10.00m3 Hugh Ferry Acres 8.60m4 Danny Gallagher St Riaghan’s NS 8.50m5 William Meehan Drumoghill 8.40mOverall Result1 and 2 Teacher Schools 3 and 4 Teacher SchoolsScoil Pointí Scoil Pointí1 Keadue NS 46½ 1 Frosses NS. 103½2 St Joseph’s, Rathdonnell 38 2 Scoil Eoin Baiste 1003 St Riaghan’s, Glenties 27 3 Drumoghill |NS. 964 Edininfagh NS 6 4 Scoil an Choimín 895 Roshine 736 Srath Mór 637 Tiernasligo NS. 578 Acres NS 389 Ballylast 9MORE THAN 500 PUPILS COMPETE IN SMALL SCHOOLS ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIPS was last modified: June 16th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in 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