Hayne was constantly bickering with halfback Taylor as the Titans recorded their second win of the season, but this didn’t faze Henry.”They’re always fighting for the ball, they’re competitive guys and if Ash wants the ball and Jarryd wants the ball they’re going to argue a little bit,” Henry said.This and Hayne’s blow-up at teammate Dan Sarginson for a dropped ball had pundits questioning the attitude of the former NFL player.Former Kangaroos Mark Gasnier and Justin Hodges said they feared Hayne’s attitude during the match might have a negative influence on the club’s young squad.”Those guys Ash Taylor, (Tyrone) Roberts they can learn bad habits from him,” Hodges told Fox Sport’s Sunday Ticket.”I saw a play where he went down the short side, hit the winger (with a pass), he’s dropped it, (Hayne has) blown up and carried on about it.”You can’t do that because those young guys will get scared of that and obviously fall away in games.”But this does not worry Henry, who was impressed with Hayne’s return on and off the field after missing five weeks through injury.”People are never satisfied with what Jarryd does, the benchmark is so high that they can find a way to have a crack at him about something,” Henry said.”He did what he had to do, he had a nice set of touches down the short side in particular.”The pass with Vaha (Leivaha Pulu) and knocking that ball back in from the kick which was a big change in momentum for us.”Henry further backed his fullback to put together a string of good performances in the hope of earning a place in the NSW Origin side. Photo By: MARK KOLBE/ Getty Images (Jarryd Hayne’s on-field antics aren’t an issue for his side, says coach Neil Henry).
Gates opened at 11am and the crowd was entertained with music and ball games leading up to the match which kicks off at 2:30pm.It will be telecast live on TV Wan. The teams are warming up on the field.
Warner was man of the match for his 109 from 120 balls, his sixth one-day international hundred, which moved Australia to the top of the three-team table.But he took a blow to his left index finger while fielding and an X-ray has revealed a fracture.”We will assess the situation over the coming days to see if the injury requires a surgical option but should that not be the case then David is likely to be available to return to play in somewhere between two and six weeks,” said Australia team doctor Geoffrey Verrall.A decision on Warner’s further participation in the competition will be made in the next few days, said a Cricket Australia spokesman.However, with the tournament ending on June 29, it seems likely that the 29-year-old’s tour is over.”It’s obviously disappointing to be sidelined given the form I’ve been in and given the important stage the tri-series is at, but it’s always important to look at the positives,” said Warner.”This downtime, however long or short it is, will give me the chance to freshen up and spend quality time with my family after an intense period of action, with a home summer that was followed by trips to New Zealand and South Africa, plus the World Twenty20 and the Indian Premier League.”AFP
Now the much expected Rainy Season has once again hit the nation to the woe of traders in the nation’s largest food market, Red Light, selling food and other wares in filth and squalor.The Red Light Market, situated in the business district of Paynesville, plays host to hundreds of Liberian and foreign owned businesses, as well as petty traders that feed greater Monrovia with the critically needed goods and services.The majority of the business people at the Red Light Market are women based in Monrovia, while many others come from rural Liberia with an array of needed goods for the urban markets.Many of the traders and rural business people that are doing business at the Red Light Market in Paynesville endure incredible hardships in the midst of mud and garbage.According to some of the traders, sanitation companies contracted to collect and dispose the volumes of garbage and other waste have over the years miserably failed to meet the expectations of the support partners.Sadly, the traders argued that despite their extensive suggestions and recommendations advanced to sanitation companies and support partners for the inclusion of themselves (traders) in the collection of the garbage, such recommendations have allegedly fallen on deaf ears.The disenchanted traders told the Daily Observer Thursday that year in and year out, the Red-light Market in Paynesville has encountered perennial hardship in the midst of the rotten garbage and mud.They also explained that owing to the strategic location of the Red-light Market in Paynesville, it serves as the epicenter for sustained commercial activities outside Monrovia.“We want all the sanitation companies and support partners to redesign the current strategies of garbage collection and include all the traders and foreign and Liberian owned businesses at the Red Light Market.”The Red Light Market’s business people noted that the Liberian Government and Paynesville City Corporation (PCC) “must wake up from their slumber and swiftly address” the perennial challenges of the business district outside Monrovia.In separate interviews conducted by the Daily Observer with some of the affected business people and traders at the Red-light Market this week, they called on the PCC administration to be proactive in the collection and disposal of the rotten garbage.Foreign businessman Khalid B. Mustapha said the extensive efforts aimed at the sustained collection and disposal of the garbage should be done on a daily basis at the Red-light Market.“As a foreign business person, I’m ready to fund and work with the PCC’s sanitation workers in order to enhance the collection and disposal of this rotten garbage from this market area,” Mr. Mustapha assured.Another foreign businesswoman, Fatoumata Diallo, underscored the need for the PCC’s sanitation workers to work out plans with sanitation experts that would practically respond to the critical sanitation crisis of the Red-light Market.“I can personally assure Liberians and partners that some of us are ready to give support against this never ending menace at this big Red-light Market in Paynesville,” Madam Diallo stressed.A Liberian owned businesswoman Jeanette Browne told the Daily Observer that the PCC’s sanitation workers must be provided the critical working tools that would be responsive to current reality on the ground at the Red-light market in Paynesville.Madam Jeanette stressed the need for the PCC and support partners to intensify the monitoring and evaluation component of the sanitation projects of Monrovia and its environs.In a related development, traders, foreign and Liberian owned business owners have sounded an urgent appeal to all sanitation companies and support partners to step up some aggressive approaches to the sanitation crisis looming at the Red Light Market in Paynesville.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The Linden Utility Services Co-op Society Limited (LUSCSL) was hailed for providing over 50 years of electricity services to the Linden community on the occasion of National Cooperative Week 2018, at an event hosted outside the Co-op’s compound last week.A section of persons gathered at the event in recognition of the Linden Utility Services Co-op Society Limited’s 50 years of serviceThe event, hosted by the Department of Cooperatives in collaboration with the Guyana National Cooperative Union Limited and the Guyana Cooperative Credit Union League, paid tribute to the Co-op, which was recognised for being one of the oldest Cooperatives in Guyana.National Cooperative Week 2018 was observed under the theme “Cooperatives: Sustainable consumption and production of goods and services”.Speaking at the event, which was attended by numerous employees and officials, Compliance Officer within the Department of Cooperatives at the Social Protection Ministry, Ann Abigail Arthur, congratulated the LUSCSL, highlighting that it started off with the primary goal of providing electricity, but went further by thinking outside of the box and has since developed an electrical shop and documents centre to serve the community.She further noted that the LUSCSL has played a major role in providing employment in the Linden community. Since its registration over 50 years ago, Arthur said the Co-op has progressed tremendously in providing electricity to the Wismar community and has been true to this year’s theme. She further stressed the important role electricity played in education and the household and the role of the Co-op in ensuring provision of this. Additionally, Arthur noted that the membership of the LUSCSL, which supplies Wismar with electricity, can keep growing to include a wider cross-section of the community.Linden Mayor Waneka Arrindell, in her address, stressed the importance of educating and letting Lindeners understand electricity consumption and conservation, as she congratulated the management and Board of the LUSCSL. She said it was evident how the Cooperative has grown over the years. The Mayor encouraged the Co-op’s team to look at youth initiatives and see what more could be done to expand its services. She further shared her hope that the LUSCSL would showcase itself more in the media so that students could learn and understand what was happening on the ground as well as its functions.LUSCSL Secretary George Joaquin, in giving an overview of the Co-op, reminisced on when it started in 1960, as 25 workers approached the then bauxite company Demba to establish an electricity company on the Wismar shore. It was then known as “Coop Society”, but was later named the “Wismar Christianburg Electricity Supply Coop Society Limited” prior to being renamed the Linden Utility Services Co-op Society Limited. The Co-op now has over 5000 members or consumers and over 60 employees.
Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star Tottenham are yet to receive bids for either Danny Rose or Toby Alderweireld, despite both being of interest to European clubs who are still able to buy players until the end of the month. – FULL STORYChelsea are facing a battle to keep TWO of their key stars as the European transfer deadline looms, with Eden Hazard and Marcos Alonso both wanted by Spanish clubs.Real Madrid are said to be preparing one final bid for Hazard, while full-back Alonso is a late summer target for Atletico Madrid. (Daily Mirror)However, Chelsea have valued Alonso at £54million in a bid to ward off the interest. (AS) Besiktas have reportedly opened talks with Manchester City over the transfer of Fabian Delph to Turkey. (Bleacher Report)Jose Mourinho has reportedly told Manchester United bosses to SELL Anthony Martial before the summer window closes. (Daily Star)However, the 22-year-old French forward – whose agent had insisted over the summer that he wanted to leave Old Trafford – is now understood to be keen to stay at the club and will NOT push for a move before the transfer deadline. (The Sun)Steven Gerrard has admitted he is still looking at bringing a new defender to Rangers ahead of the close of the Scottish transfer window at the end of the month. (rangers.co.uk)Former West Brom centre-back Gareth McAuley is one player Gerrard is said to be looking at. (Scottish Sun)Arsenal are refusing to give in to Aaron Ramsey’s wage demands as he enters the final year of his contract. The Welshman reportedly wants double his current wages to sign a new deal. However, the Gunners are apparently still hopeful he will commit his future to the club. (Evening Standard)Manchester City could recall Montenegrin goalkeeper Aro Muric, 19, from his loan spell at NAC Breda following Claudio Bravo’s injury, the Daily Telegraph reports. The Premier League champions are waiting until the outcome of Bravo’s tests in Barcelona on Wednesday before deciding what action to take. (Daily Telegraph) Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer 4 4 Martial could leave Manchester United after Mourinho told club chiefs to get rid It is claimed City have already started searching for a replacement for 35-year-old Chile international Bravo. (Daily Mail)West Ham are looking to loan out 19-year-old Reece Oxford before the transfer window shuts. Manuel Pellegrini previously stated his intention to keep the teenager this season, but it is understood the Hammers want to secure another temporary switch for him in the coming days. (Daily Mail)Everton have told RB Leipzig to pay up £28million plus add-ons to land 20-year-old winger Ademola Lookman. Leipzig have already seen bids of £12m and £22m rejected by the Merseyside club. (Sky Sports) Could Arsenal be making the same old mistakes with Aaron Ramsey’s contract? Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland targets LATEST Aston Villa are now in pole position to sign Toffees forward Yannick Bolasie, after the 29-year-old held talks with the club. The Congo international was previously linked with a move to Championship rivals Middlesbrough – FULL STORYFulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic has put off any talks over a new contract, according to the Daily Express. It is claimed the Cottagers have offered the Serb, who led the club to promotion, a new three-year deal to keep him at Fulham until 2022, but Jokanovic wants to put talks on the back burner until he has steered the side through the first few months of their return to the Premier League. (Daily Express)Aston Villa are to sign Anwar El Ghazi, the Netherlands winger, on a season-long loan from Lille, having beaten Championship rivals Leeds to the 23-year-old’s signature. (L’Equipe) RANKED targets Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January IN DEMAND Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Take a look at all the latest news, rumours and gossip from Wednesday’s newspapers and online… REVEALED 4 Hazard and Alonso are wanted by Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid respectively Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ LIVING THE DREAM 4 moving on Transfer gossip on talkSPORT.com Latest talkSPORT.com exclusives and transfer stories…Rangers have completed the signing of Kyle Lafferty from Scottish Premiership rivals Hearts Exclusive: Lee Sharpe tips Zinedine Zidane to take over from Jose Mourinho at Manchester UnitedExclusive: Football agent Phil Smith hits back at Scholes over PogbaExclusive: Dean Saunders responds to Roy Hodgson over Mo Salah dive talkManchester United reportedly made attempt to sign Van Dijk before he joined LiverpoolLoftus-Cheek urged to fight for Chelsea placeMan City agree deal for Gavin BazunuLeeds and Aston Villa chasing Anwar El GhasiRangers linked with Ross McCormack and Jordan JonesCeltic preparing offer for Jeffrey BrumaSunderland hope to sign Celtic’s Ryan Christie on loan
The final of the €200 Track Buster 525 Final is the feature race at tonight’s greyhound racing at Lifford Stadium.The meeting also includes the semi-finals of the Buy a Buster 575.There are 12 races on the card. The runners are (first race 8.00pm): Race 1 (350 yards) 1, Steeple Rd Rio; 2, Fernhill Travis; 3, Toogoodtoobeat; 4, Accordion Ed; 5, Carn Blossom; 6, Freddys Trooper.Race 2 Booking Office 350 (350 yards): 1, Killdallon Rapid; 2, Wilma; 3, Coolcholly Kate; 4, Ballougry Bound; 5, Ballymoss Ace; 6, Rusty Nuts.Race 3 Lifford €15 Special 350 (350 yards): 1, Imperial Swift; 2, Fridays Fortune; 3, Callyourselfadog; 4, Oghill Hack; 5, Psycho Bob; 6, Ardnasool Kagawa.Race 4 Lifford €10 Sizzler Deal 525 (525 yards): 1, Killacolla Babe; 2, Mullrook Kofi; 3, Smurfing Flame; 4, Kagawa; 5, Killuran Brae; 6, Thunder Castle. Race 5 Ultimate Dining Experience 525 (525 yards): 1, Crossleigh Thyme; 2, Tahina Kellie; 3, Storm Warrior; 4, Altmore Champ; 5, Farloe Pixie; 6, Turbine Tulip.Race 6 Christmas Party Nights 350 (350 yards): 1, Tahina Ned; 2, Carn Ron; 3, Curragh Brae; 4, Tae End Maddy; 5, Knockmant Junior; 6, Cabragh Fox.Race 7 “Like” Us on Facebook 750 (750 yards): 1, Budders Reward; 2, Train Black; 3, Solvitas Pearl; 4, Hi Dibbles; 5, Hanoras Dream; 6, Glenside Amber.Race 8 www.liffordgreyhounds.com (525 yards): 1, Keady Brae Dan; 2, Altmore Rose; 3, Bandicoot Remi; 4, Mullrook No Cash; 5, Rocky Black; 6, Dartrey Snow.Race 9 €200 Track Buster 525 Final (525 yards): 1, Quare Flame; 2, Fernhill Dice; 3, Swanson Rosette; 4, Tydon Marquis; 5, Tommylees Buddy; 6, Flaming Ember. Race 10 McMahons Builders Providers 525 Stake (525 yards): 1, Mongys Flyer; 2, Nosey Meg; 3, Belindas Cruise; 4, Flaming Jenny; 5, Smurfing Manx; 6, Fridays Brett.Race 11 Buy Buster 575 semi-final (575 yards): 1, Mongys Girl; 2, Mr Bishop; 3, Kingsmill Aguero; 4, Do It Ruso; 5, Dirt Brid; 6, Raughan Blaze.Race 12 Buy a Buster 575 semi-final (575 yards): 1, Total Motion; 2, Dynamo Millar; 3, Take Cover; 4, Corrin Ruby; 5, Blackmagic Woman; 6, Helens Magic.GREYHOUND RACING: TONIGHT’S LIFFORD CARD was last modified: September 27th, 2014 by johngerardShare 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:cardgreyhoundLiffordRacing
Hundreds of people will share Thanksgiving Day meals at free events on Thursday. This year, a Pico Rivera restaurant and a Whittier church are providing Thanksgiving Day meals.Meals will be served at:Mario’s Tacos: From noon to 5 p.m. at 9247 E. Whittier Blvd., Pico Rivera. Every year, the restaurant provides a full turkey meal, with pumpkin pie for dessert and candy for children. Everyone is welcome. For more information, call (526) 692-0339.St. Matthias Episcopal Church: The church invites everyone to services at 10 a.m. A turkey meal will be served from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 7056 Washington Ave., Whittier. For more information, call (562) 698-9741. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
The American Volleyball Coaches Association honored Drake University head coach Darrin McBroom during its annual convention as one of the organization’s newest members of the 400-win club.McBroom, who recently completed his sixth season as the Bulldogs’ head coach, has amassed 411 total wins at the NCAA Division I and junior college ranks.Before taking the reins of the Drake program, McBroom had a 322-58 record in eight seasons in the junior college ranks and ranked among the 10 winningest junior college coaches. In four seasons at Iowa Western, McBroom had a 177-25 record and led the program to four-straight national tournament appearances.At Drake, he has won 89 games in six seasons and has guided the program to its first-back-to-back 20 win seasons in eight years. In 2018, the Bulldogs made their first postseason appearance since 1995 with a berth in the National Invitational Volleyball Tournament. Before that appearance, the team made history with the program’s first Missouri Valley Conference Tournament win since 1998 and became the first No. 6 seed in the tournament’s history to advance to the semifinals.McBroom’s tenure has also seen the program make a resurgence in the classroom as the team has won the AVCA Team Academic Award in four of the last five years. Four of the program’s six total AVCA Team Academic Awards have come under McBroom’s watch and in the fall of 2018, the team recorded its second highest fall semester GPA at 3.57. Print Friendly Version
Donegal basked in glorious summer sunshine today as the appalling weather of recent weeks gave way to glorious sunshine. Slather on the suncream and dust off those BBQ’s because the warm temperatures will be here for the next few days.Met Eireann has predicted that Donegal will still be basking in the sun well into next week as the mini-heatwave is set to continue.At Donegal Daily we forecast large patches of sunburn, a sprinkling of conversations about how it’d be a great day for the bog along with a heavy spell of people complaining it’s too hot.Tomorrow will be dry with a good deal of sunshine expected. It will be warmer than today, with highest temperatures generally ranging from 14 to 17 degrees.Although it’s expected to feel a little cooler along the coast.Here comes the summer! 🙂 DONEGAL SET TO SIZZLE AS FORECASTERS PREDICT HEATWAVE was last modified: June 9th, 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:donegalheatwaveHome-page Newsnewssummersunshineweather