ENDA STEVENS continued both his and Sheffield United’s excellent season as he nodded in a header to help them on their way to 2-1 win against Norwich City at Carrow Road.It was the 29-year-old’s first goal of the season as he levelled proceedings after Alexander Tettey had given The Canaries a first-half lead.The Republic of Ireland wing-back made a purposeful dart into the box to meet a cross from George Baldock with a powerful header.Baldock then got his name on the score-sheet just minutes later as some tricky footwork got him a bit of space just inside the box before he slotted it home.Stevens’ club and international teammate David McGoldrick had a fine too late on but blazed over as his frustrating time in front of goal continues as he still has not scored in the league this season.In spite of that miss, McGoldrick and Stevens have been two of the stand-out performers for both club and country this season whether it be for the high-flying Blades or Mick McCarthy’s less inspired outfit.IRELAND ANGLEJohn Egan also lined out in his usual centre-back spot.If Ireland are to qualify for Euro 2020 in March via the playoff route, all three men will likely have to continue their fine form.MOST READ IN SPORTTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battle’I ACCEPT’McGregor accepts Silva fight at UFC catchweight of 176lbs in huge super-fightTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedA CUT ABOVEMike Tyson shows two-inch cut ‘picked up in training’ ahead of boxing returnExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubToday was a return to winning ways for Chris Wilder’s team as last week their six game unbeaten run came to an end against Newcastle United.They now sit in 8th position just a point behind Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham and seven off fourth-placed Chelsea.With fixtures against Liverpool and Man City to come this month, wins like today’s could be crucial in keeping them in the top half of the table for the foreseeable future.
Points standing P W D L GF GA GD PtsLeicester 36 22 11 3 64 34 30 77Tottenham 36 19 13 4 67 28 39 70Arsenal 36 19 10 7 59 34 25 67Man City 36 19 7 10 68 38 30 64Man U 35 17 9 9 43 31 12 60West Ham 35 15 14 6 60 43 17 59Shampton 36 16 9 11 53 39 14 57Liverpool 35 15 10 10 59 48 11 55Chelsea 35 12 12 11 55 48 7 48Stoke 36 13 9 14 38 52 -14 48 P W D L GF GA GD PtsEverton 35 10 14 11 55 49 6 44Watford 35 12 8 15 36 42 -6 44Swansea 36 11 10 15 37 50 -13 43West Brom 36 10 11 15 32 46 -14 41Bournemouth 36 11 8 17 43 63 -20 41Crystal P 36 10 9 17 36 46 -10 39Newcastle 36 8 9 19 39 64 -25 33Sunderland 35 7 11 17 40 58 -18 3219. Norwich 35 8 7 20 35 61 -26 31Aston Villa 36 3 7 26 27 72 -45 16
MOST READ Dillashaw TKOs Garbrandt for UFC bantamweight title Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next St. Pierre’s forehead got busted open and his face turned into a crimson mask. He smothered Bisping in blood as they wrestled on the ground and stood up looking as if they had just left the set of a horror film.St. Pierre (26-2) shook it off and slapped a rear naked choke at 4:32 of the third to snuff out Bisping and win his 13th straight UFC fight.“I don’t have words in my mouth right now,” GSP said, wiping blood from his face.St. Pierre was one of the UFC’s biggest stars and pay-per-view draws during his long reign atop the 170-pound division, but the Canadian star walked away in November 2013. He’s back — and ready for yet another title defense.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ SEA Games 2019: PH’s Eumir Marcial boxing middleweight semi final (HIGHLIGHTS) PLAY LIST 03:27SEA Games 2019: PH’s Eumir Marcial boxing middleweight semi final (HIGHLIGHTS)00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles02:14Carpio 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 Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Georges St-Pierre, rear, of Canada, fights England’s Michael Bisping during a middleweight title bout at UFC 217. APNEW YORK — Georges St. Pierre returned from a four-year layoff and peered through the river of blood that flowed down his face to choke out Michael Bisping and win the middleweight championship at UFC 217 on Saturday (Sunday Manila time).“I took this fight to challenge myself and I am honored to be champion once again,” he said.ADVERTISEMENT OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours St. Pierre’s win in the main event made it 3 for 3 for the championship challengers at Madison Square Garden in what was easily UFC’s card of the year. T.J. Dillashaw won the bantamweight championship and Rose Namajunas won the strawweight title on the pay-per-view card.UFC 217 goes on the short list of one of the promotion’s great cards — and a promotion at a crossroads got a vintage performance from an MMA legend in St. Pierre and a breakthrough outing from Namajunas that stamped her as the face of the women’s division.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogThe 36-year-old St. Pierre had been the UFC’s 170-pound champion for nearly six years, winning 12 straight fights with nine consecutive title defenses when he walked away. St. Pierre cited the need for a mental breather before he wanted to train and fight again.Against the trash-talking Bisping, St. Pierre fought like he had only four months off, not four years. The Canadian fighter had takedowns in each of the first two rounds as the packed MSG crowd roared for the fan favorite. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments
…1 vehicle recovered during Police chaseCarjackers went on a spree Monday evening attacking two private-hire operators in separate incidents on the West Coast of Demerara (WCD) and East Bank of Essequibo (EBE). The modus operandi by the perpetrators has caused investigators to believe that they were either part of the same network or that the attackers were the same in both cases.The car which was stolen from taxi operator Harry NarineThe car retrieved by Police after hijackers abandoned itIn the first instance, two young males exit a minibus about 21:20h on Monday and hired taxi driver Harry Narine, 28, called “Danny” from the base on the Zeelugt Public Road to transport them into the New Scheme.Guyana Times was told by a relative of the victim that the men directed him to the back of the Zeelugt New Housing Scheme, which was reportedly dark. As he was driving in, Narine observed two men standing by a koker, but continued driving further into the scheme. However, after reaching some distance, the two passengers informed him that they had given him the wrong directions and asked that they turn around.The taxi operator quickly complied and as they were heading back out of the scheme, they again passed the two men at the koker and his passengers ordered him to stop. Immediately after, the two lurking men, one of whom was armed with a handgun, reportedly pounced on Narine and began hitting him about his head and body. The two passengers subsequently joined in beating the driver.The four men then dragged Narine out of the car and threw him into a nearby trench before escaping in the man’s silver-grey Toyota Premio car, bearing registration number PSS 9929.About an hour later, a similar incident occurred on the West Coast of Demerara; however, Police ranks managed to retrieve the stolen motor car after the hijackers abandoned the vehicle during a chase.According to reports, taxi driver Jailall Mohadeo, 30, of Cornelia Ida, was at his service base located at De Willem Public Road when two males hired him about 22:30h to transport them into CI New Housing Scheme.On arrival at their destination, the two passengers, along with two other armed men, attacked the driver and escaped with the man’s Toyota Premio car, bearing registration number PNN 1952.However, the suspects subsequently encountered a Police road block in front of the Den Amstel Police Station and immediately changed direction. This caught the attention of the ranks, who in turn pursued the vehicle.Shortly after, the suspects abandoned the vehicle and escaped into some nearby bushes. The lawmen have since taken possession of the vehicle, which is currently at the Leonora Police Station.Detectives are working diligently to apprehend the carjackers, whose actions appeared to have been well-coordinated.Last year, there was a spike in vehicular hijacking cases. The Guyana Police Force (GPF) had issued several notices previously, warning taxi operators of carjackers who have amped up attacks on drivers of Toyota Allion and Toyota Premio motor cars under the pretext of wanting taxis.
The Vikings return to action today at 11 a.m. when they host Southwestern College. Fullerton 8, Cerritos 2 Cerritos’ lost its first home game of the season, after winning its first seven, to fall to 10-3. Sophomore pitcher Ryan Chiazza came in during the third inning, trailing 4-0, and pitched into the eighth to lead the Falcons. He allowed two runs, one earned. The Falcons will travel to Saddleback College on Monday afternoon to play a game that was rained out last Sunday. After starting the season with six straight losses, Long Beach City College appears to be turning its season around, after winning a third straight with a 4-1 victory at home over San Diego City College on Saturday. Sophomore Josh Williams (1-2) was perfect over the first five innings and allowed six hits and one run in his complete-game effort. He struck out six and walked none. Freshman first baseman Derek Wurtz had an RBI single in the fourth before the Vikings (4-9) broke the game open in the fifth. Sophomore right fielder Daniel Prieto plated a run with a sacrifice fly, but the big blow came from a two-run double by freshman first baseman Sean Beckley. Women’s basketballUSC 66, Arizona 42 USC had all five of its senior starters score on Senior Day at the Galen Center as the Trojans finished their regular-season home schedule. Senior guard Shay Murphy had 16 points and eight rebounds in 26 minutes for her 25th game in double figures this season. Sophomore center Nadia Parker was next with 14 points and nine rebounds for the Trojans (16-10, 10-6 Pac-10). 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
A RECOVERY fund has been set up for a local dad injured in an accident.Friends have set up The Paul Holian Recovery Fund to help Paul and his partner Nicola (pictured above) and two children, through his long and difficult road to recovery.At 39 years of age, Ballyare man Paul Holian should, had fate not cruelly intervened, been continuing in his work as a block layer of solid reputation. Paul is also well know in equestrian circles throughout Donegal and beyond.But a devastating accident on July 9th last has removed him from work and leisure activities for the foreseeable future as the long road to recovery stretches ahead and his immediate family count the days and the cost.Paul was taken to Letterkenny University Hospital following the accident before being transferred to the Mater Hospital in Dublin. He is currently back in Letterkenny waiting for the call that will bring him to the Rehabilitation Hospital in Dun Laoghaire.The journey to rehabilitation will be a lengthy one and consequently the support of his family and friends and the local community is key. Members of the extended family and friends have, as a result, established the Paul Holian Recovery Fund to help him and his partner Nicola and two children, on that long journey.Among the fund-raising efforts being organised is a ticket draw – the top prize for which is a week for two trip to Dubai including flights and hotel.Tickets cost ten euro each and are available from Gary Holian 086 2158420 at the Dry Arch Complex in Letterkenny, from Pat Hegerty at Ballyare (086-8904850) and from Carr’s of The Diamond.The draw will take place on Friday night, October 21st, at a special function in the Clanree Hotel where music will be by the Ryan Turner Band along with a number of local artists all getting together in support of the charity.Other events lined up include: a tractor run on September 18tha bicycle run (date to be confirmed)and a charity night in Carr’s of The Diamond on September 30th.Proceeds from the Northwest Truck Fest in Letterkenny will be divided between the Paul Holian Recovery Fund and the M.S. Donegal branch.Your support will be appreciated by liking and sharing this story and the Paul Holian Recovery Fund on Facebook.Fund set up to help local dad in recovery from serious accident was last modified: August 27th, 2016 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:Paul Holian Recovey Fund
Portsalon: Campbell carried out burglaries not far from where she livesA JUDGE has reserved his sentencing on a woman behind a spate of burglaries and thefts from holiday homes in the county.Theresa Campbell from Portsalon emptied homes of their contents in a series of raids – even taking heating oil. During one robbery, she stole a washing machine, tumble drier, TVs, hair straighteners and even the linen off the beds, Letterkenny District Court heard.Inspector Michael Harrison detailed the incidents in front of Judge Paul Kelly.A charge of carrying out an arson attack on her father’s home at Rosskirk – to defraud insurance companies – was withdrawn after the court heard her father had since died.Inspector Harrison said Campbell, who is 42, stole a range of items from two holiday homes on the Lough Salt Road, Carrigart in September 2010.The homes belonged to a woman from the North and Campbell helped herself to €1,700 worth of goods including the washing machine, a laundry basket and a kettle.She also caused €300 damage to the property and emptied the oil tank.She struck again at Eelburn Caravan Park the following month, carrying out burglaries at two caravans owned by a man from Co Down.A TV, aerial, DVD player were among €560 worth of good stolen and €200 worth of damage was done to the properties.In another raid the following month at Croaghross – in November 2010 – she stole tools to the value of €1,300.Campbell also admitted driving while disqualified and the theft of oil when she was stopped in Kilmacrennan in October 2010.Inspector Harrison said she had stolen goods worth €3,760 and caused damage to properties worth €900.Solicitor Frank Dorrian said his client had a “simplistic” approach to life and described the case as “sad.”He said Campbell hoped to pay back some of the money by letting land next month for which she would be paid €1,200.Judge Kelly gave Campbell as six month suspended jail sentence for the driving offences June 2011, suspended sentence for previous pointing out: “She was given a 20-year driving ban in July 2008.”The judge warned: “She is not to drive again.”He adjourned the sentence on the burglaries until December 9.REVEALED: WOMAN WAS BEHIND SPATE OF HOLIDAY HOME BURGLARIES was last modified: September 10th, 2013 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:burglarLetterkenny CourtPortsalonTheresa Campbell
.SIX Donegal players have been included in the Ulster team of the year, or provincial All Stars tonight.Karl Lacey, at half-back, picked up his fourth such gong.And joining him on the team of the year were Neil McGee, Odhran MacNiallais, Leo McLoone, Ryan McHugh and Donegal captain Michael Murphy. Meanwhile the players have been to Evolve Menswear in Letterkenny to get fitted for their All Ireland suits. SIX DONEGAL PLAYERS GET ULSTER ALL-STARS was last modified: September 5th, 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)
I love the Orange Line. I grew up in England and all I knew until I came to the U.S. 40 years ago was buses, trains, my bicycle and walking. I rode the bus on its opening weekend. Most people out here don’t understand how to use the bus. Pay attention: A red light always means stop. Read the signs: No right turn means exactly that. There’s nothing wrong with the Orange Line. The problem is the people who use it. Young people, give up your seat to the elderly or handicapped. Parents, let your young child sit onyour lap if there are no more seats and an adult gets on, male or female. At least offer your seat to them. Listen when the driver makes an announcement. Pay attention, people. It’s a new day. We have more much-needed public transportation. Let’s make it work for everyone. Judith A. Serafin Valley Village Pre-election preaching Re “Church under fire from IRS for pre-election preaching” (Nov. 8): IRS agents better roll up their sleeves and pretend they’re working now that they’ve threatening to repeal the tax-exempt status from All Saints Episcopal Church in Pasadena because of two anti-war sermons before the 2004 presidential election. Let’s try to be fair here. If they can go after this church, next on their list must be Jerry Falwell, James Dobson and the Catholic Church of every archbishop who declared John Kerry persona non grata for his pro-choice stand on abortion, and every church, synagogue, temple and mosque in this country. Those sleeves will have to be rolled up mighty high because there are so many houses of worship to go after. Sandy Sand West Hills And the winner is … Re “President takes a jab at Chavez” (Nov. 7): On Nov 6, Bush spoke in Brazil about the choices Latin Americans must make regarding their future. On one hand, they could choose “representative government, integration into the world community and a faith in the transformative power of freedom in individual lives.” Alternatively, they could choose “to roll back the democratic process of the past two decades by playing to fear, pitting neighbor against neighbor and blaming others for their own failures to provide for the people.” Too bad that Bush chose the latter for this country. David Holland Northridge There he goes again Re “President takes a jab at Chavez” (Nov. 7): Why does George W. Bush have to go around the world stirring up trouble and inciting new hatred for the U.S.? Can’t we just get along? Alda Pearson Valencia Oil profits Re “No mystery to rising oil profits” (Their Opinions, Nov. 7): While supply and demand are not without some merit, it seems to me that if this were indeed the case, the oil company’s profits would be proportionate to the increase in the price per barrel of crude. Instead, these companies have raked in record profits. There is definitely something wrong here even taking into consideration the increase in demand due to refinery shutdowns, Hurricane Katrina, and the added markets from India and China. Yes, the government is also profiting to the tune of $1.34 trillion in revenues, according to Lowry, but what would you expect when the government is run by oilmen? Laurent Jean Burbank Silencing opposition Re “Judge Alito no crazed ideologue” (Viewpoint, Nov. 6): Bill O’Reilly blames the acrimony in this country on the “liberal press.” If the press is so one-sided, why do they allow Bill to broadcast on TV and write newspaper columns? And why are the talk shows on radio so slanted toward the “conservative” view? The conservatives are the ones responsible for most of the acrimony. A prime example of attempts to silence disagreements with the “conservative” point of view is the name-calling they resort to. A big part of the problem in today’s society is the conservatives not wanting to hear or read, or have their children hear or read anyone who disagrees with them. Irving Leemon Northridge Rioting in France Re “Chirac vows to restore order” (Nov. 7): France is reaping what it has sown. For years France has been criticizing Israel for its treatment of the Arab intifada. They have even gone as far as to call suicide bombers “freedom fighters.” Well, now they have their own intifada and they are calling for zero tolerance. I guess it is a lot easier to tell others to turn the other cheek than to do it yourself. When will the countries of the world realize that Israel is the beginning, the training ground, for what will eventually spread to every other country in the world? What will it take for the world to wake up? Tobi Ruth Love Thousand Oaks President with guts Re “Chirac vows to restore order” (Nov. 7): It’s a shame that so many Americans can’t see beyond the ends of their noses, as proved in the opinions columns. We are deeply embroiled in a global war with Muslims, but such people can’t see over Iraq, which is just one battle. Look at France to see what war with Muslims looks like. It’s a shame the French leaders don’t have the guts to stop it. We Americans are so lucky to have a president who sees the whole picture and does have the guts to protect us. Ralph Smathers Newhall Complacency Re “Chirac vows to restore order” (Nov. 7): While the situation in France is both distressing and worrisome, and could easily spread to other European countries, do we in the USA understand that we, too, have an immigration problem in this country that needs to be addressed before it gets completely out of hand? Complacency seems to be the order of the day here in America and an attitude that matches “this rioting couldn’t happen here.” Wake up; it’s just around the corner. Pamela Franklin Granada Hills Head Start Re “Atrocious program” (Your Opinions, Nov. 7): I’d like to answer Richard Detana’s question about “Why is free preschool for low-income families necessary?” Although you characterize Valley Head Start program an atrocity and nonsense, parents struggling to earn a living often must both work to pay the bills. It is incredibly offensive that you assume these people don’t want to raise their own children. Preschool is a fantastic benefit for the parents in terms of socializing and preparing these kids for their future education and place in society. It affords these folks the ability to earn the money it takes to raise a family. Robert Stachowiak Reseda Money well spent Re “Atrocious program” (Your Opinions, Nov. 7): I would like to take a minute to cheer up the reader who complained about the money spent on Head Start. We only spend a fraction of the money spent in a week in Iraq to send thousands of our poor kids to preschool. Also, a child who attends preschool is much more likely to do well in school later on in life. So think of the Head Start program as an investment and cheer up. Jean Karon Encino AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Ryan will leave Mount Vernon with 17 varsity letters spread among softball, basketball, track and field and volleyball. She has helped Mount Vernon teams qualify for 13 state tournaments during her career, including most recently helping lead the softball team to its third-straight appearance, where it will play Sioux Center in the opening round next week in Fort Dodge. CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa – Incoming Drake University softball freshman Libby Ryan has been named the Cedar Rapids Gazette Area High School Female Athlete of the Year, the newspaper announced last week. Ryan, who is from Mount Vernon, Iowa, is a talented multi-sport athlete for Mount Vernon High School. Libby is the younger sister of former Drake softball four-year letterwinner Sarah Ryan (2012-15). Ryan’s classmate, Tristan Wirfs, was named the Gazette Male Athlete of the Year, marking the first time in the 35-year history of the award that both recipients hail from the same high school in the same year. The awards were inspired by Jack Ogden, former longtime sportswriter and executive sports editor at the Gazette. Athletes of the Year are chosen based on exceptional athletic and academic achievement. Print Friendly Version