Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college It was UP’s second title in the club leagues after the Lady Maroons ruled the Premier Volleyball League Collegiate division.It was a sorry loss for the Tigresses, who got top-notch performance from stars Eya Laure and Milena Alessandrini.Earlier, University of the East clobbered Far Eastern University, 27-25, 25-23, 25-16, to take the bronze medal.ADVERTISEMENT Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next 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 View comments After winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk Carlos scored 17 points, while Magsarile and Layug had 11 and 10, respectively for UP, which recovered from a lethargic second set to win the knockout gold medal match.“We really fought hard for it because it means a lot for us and we dedicate this to Mr. Sytin and his family, and our sponsor United Auctioneers,” said Carlos.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissThe UP team captain said the victory boosted their morale going into the UAAP volleyball competition next year.“We are thankful and happy because in the UAAP this is not yet the lineup, there will be additions,” said Carlos. “Hopefully we gel and grow as a team.” Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. No.13 lucky for Orlando Bloom ‘Mia’: Rom-com with a cause a career-boosting showcase for Coleen Garcia Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netUniversity of the Philippines bested University of Santo Tomas, 25-21, 16-25, 25-23, 25-19, Thursday night to capture the inaugural Philippine Superliga Collegiate Grand Slam at Filoil Flying V Centre.Tots Carlos, Nicole Magsarile and Maristela Layug powered the Lady Maroons, who fittingly raised the Dominic Sytin trophy named after their late benefactor, who was slain early this month.ADVERTISEMENT Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew MOST READ Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title LATEST STORIES Harris vows to come back and help fallen teammates
In less than three days, bandits have brutalised members of two separate families, robbing them and carting of millions in cash and jewellery, leaving their victims distressed and in pain, and vowing to pack up and leave.The first family which was robbed and terrorised is the Vanpat’s, of Liliendaal, East Coast Demerara (ECD), who bandits assaulted last Thursday evening. In fact, wife and mother, Carol Vanpat, was home with her 14-year-old son when the three masked men struck.Speaking to Guyana Times on Tuesday, Vanpat said it was only 10 minutes after her husband left around 21:00h on Thursday that two armed and masked men mounted her veranda using a construction ladder. The third bandit entered through the door which was opened for him by one of his accomplices.Vanpat said her sister had just two days before arrived from Canada with her two young children and had decided to visit a friend in Enmore, ECD. She left sometime around 15:00h that day and it was around 21:00h that her husband left to collect his sister-in-law from the Enmore residence.“I think we were being trailed,” she said. “Maybe they were trailing us since the day she came,” the frustrated woman said. She explained that upon entering the home, the men gun butted her, causing a huge laceration to her head from which blood oozed.“The whole house was sheer blood; my son’s jersey was sheer blood and my pants”, she said, as she relived the dreaded experience. The woman recalled that after being hit with the gun, she fainted as she “was losing a lot of blood.”She said she was then held and the bandits turned to her 14-year-old son, who they ordered to go find the money, lest his mother’s throat be slit. She said the child immediately went in search of the money and came out with an undisclosed sum of cash she had withdrawn from the bank to carry out repairs to her house. Her son was also severely beaten by the bandits.They bandits also reportedly took CDN$5000 which belonged to her sister, she and her son’s cellphones, cameras and some artificial gold jewellery worn by her niece. The bandits then made good their escape on foot.Vanpat said the Police were contacted and they immediately went in search of the men, as her son was able to track their location using his computer since the men had his cellphone in their possession.The frustrated woman, in tears, said she could not stand to live in Guyana any longer with her life and that of her family threatened. She said she and her family will have to leave in order to feel safe.Meanwhile, another family was on Monday evening robbed and the ordeal was very much similar to that endured by the Vanpat family.Fifty-two-year-old Bhim Singh, of 17 Block R Sophia, Greater Georgetown, said he and his family had just returned from a wake on Monday evening when they were greeted by three masked men who seemed to have been waiting in the yard.“As soon as I get out my car, I was confronted by the men”. He said he was gun butted across his forehead, leaving a nasty laceration. Before carting off with $48,000 in local currency and CDN$1180 and $300,000 worth in gold, the men reportedly went into the house and “beat up” Singh’s wife and daughter. The bandits then escaped on foot.Singh said he then summoned the Police who arrived on the scene “less than five minutes after” the call was made.This is not the first time the family has endured such a tragedy. In July 2013, the businessman said his family was robbed in a similar fashion. He too is tired of the situation and is again calling on the authorities to hasten the issuance of his firearm licences. The Police up to press time were still continuing their respective investigations into the two robberies.
A fawn-colored light streaked here and there with tints of deepest orange. It was like multicolored weather that appeared when there was a visit of a rainbow.Inside the courtroom, a fever of enthusiasm filled defense lawyer Jason Doe when he said, “You definitely want justice for the victim, don’t you?”“Yes,” the victim’s father, Johnson Kollie said with a grin.“Have you thought about the possibility that this man, Leslie Solo, the defendant might not be the one who is responsible for the crime he is being accused of?”“I don’t have to think about that.”“But you want justice for your son?”“Absolutely.”“And your son was not living with you before his death?”“Yes.”“And it was not because he wanted to live by himself but because you did not want him to live with you?”“That was our family matter.” The prosecutor rose to object but changed his mind and frowned.“You asked him to leave your house and that particular night you threw his belongings out of the house?”Prosecutor Rufus Teah shouted, “Your Honor, this is too much. What has that got to do with his son’s murder?”Leaning closer with his arms on the bench, Judge William A. K. Jeboh glared at Jason Doe and said, “Will counsel justify his line of cross-examination?”Jason Doe smiled and turning swiftly to the judge said, “I am trying to reveal the entire circumstances that in desperation caused the tragic death at his own hands.“I am also trying to show how culpable the father is in the events that led to, unfortunately, the young man’s death.”“Very well,” Judge Jeboh said, “you may continue.”“Thank you, Your Honor,” Jason Doe said, and turning to the witness in the box, said, “You loved your son like any good father would?”“Yes, I loved him.”“And because you loved him,” Jason Doe said, “you were prepared to do as much as you could in his interest.”“Yes.”“And even though there have been witnesses who have testified that you are an excellent father, they never told the Court about your periodic fights at your house with him, along with the woman who lives with you?”“Families have problems here and there.”“While that is true, those witnesses did not know that despite their claim of your love for him,” the lawyer said, “you were FORCEDconstraint to throw your son’s things, including his clothes out of a house you have given him and had resided for the last five years.”“It was poor judgment on my part.”“You did not tell the prosecutor that when you asked him to leave the house after you threw his things out of the house,” the lawyer said, “neighbors were good enough to steal everything you threw out, did they not?”“I don’t think so.”“You don’t think about what?”“I…I…I…,” the witness stuttered and shifted his position.“Please remember you are under oath, to tell the truth.”“Yes.”“All the things that belonged to your son were stolen by neighbors while you stood there, did you not?”“Yes.”“What was the reason you asked him to leave and did not give him at least a month to leave the house?”“Mr. Doe,”’ the witness said, “my son has been murdered by that man,” he pointed his finger defendant Leslie Solo, the Good Samaritan who took the victim in, after he was thrown out of his house, “and I’m sure the law will give me justice.”“That’s the objective of this Court,” the lawyer reminded him, “but at the same time circumstances that led to your son’s death indicate your own negligence about the son you claimed you love and on whose untimely death you are here accusing a man who rescued your son.”“Parents can have disagreements with their children.”“You were one of the first persons to be at the remains of your son’s body?”“Yes.”“What was in the hands of the decedent?”“The decedent held firmly in his folded arms several sheets of paper.”“And the sheets were from a book that you owned, is it not?”“Yes.”“And you told the police that the decedent had apparently stolen from a neighbor?”“Yes.”“Who did you have in mind as the one that your son might have apparently stolen from?”“I am not sure I can remember what I said.”“But you told the police your son you claimed you loved had stolen from someone?”“I think…”“No, don’t think,” the lawyer interrupted him, “just tell me what you told the police.”“I had always kept money in that particular book,” the witness said, “and someone stole the book from my house.”“So was it the fact that your son allegedly stole from a neighbor as you indicated to the police?”“I was simply confused.”“And you told a lie to incriminate your son?”The prosecutor was on his feet, “This is not proper cross-examination, not sufficient background laid.”“Sustained,” the judge declared.Jason Doe smiled and rephrased his question.“The truth was that your son did not steal anything from you?”“I had the impression that he did.”“Tell the Court about your intention to provide such negative about your son?”The witness shifted his position again and all the spectators stared at him.“It was a pure assumption.”“And you assumed that your son stole from you and also from someone?”“I was simply confused and not to myself,” the witness said, “though he was one of the few that visited the house.”“And the torn book belonged to you and not to a neighbor as you told the police?”“Yes,” he responded, lamely, and a titter among the spectators dealt a lasting blow to the witness claim.The lawyer allowed his answer to sip through the Court and then walked to the defense table and pawed through some papers and, returning to the witness, said, “Did your son have the habit of stealing things from you?”“No.”“Was there any evidence that he stole the book?”“He was indebted to someone in the amount of USD1, 000.00 and therefore when the book and the money disappeared, I assumed that he was the one.”“How much money was hidden in the book?”“About USD3, 000.00.”“But he denied it?”“What else could he have said?”“But he denied it,” the lawyer repeated, “is your answer yes or no?”“Yes,” the witness said, embarrassed.Jason Doe allowed the witness answer to sip through the spectators and then change his of questioning.“Are you presently married, Mr. Kollie?”“I am a bachelor.”“But you have a live-in girlfriend?”“Does it have anything to do with his?”“Is that your answer?”“Well,” the witness said, “I have a live-in girlfriend.”“Felicia Zoe is her name?”“Yes.”“Is she still in Monrovia?”“She has traveled abroad to buy goods.”“And that means she took along a considerable amount of money for the trip.”“Yes.”“Will you please tell the Court the feud that erupted between you and your live-in girlfriend a week before your son’s death?”The witness lowered his head and began to fret with his hands. The brief silence was filled with the echoes of the ceiling and standing fans rattling on their hinges, as they swept to and fro across the room.With a frown, Jason Doe went for the kill, when he said, “Is it not a fact that on March 22 you accused your live-in girlfriend of ‘stealing’ your money for a young man that you suspected she was going out with?”“Yes.”“On March 30 just before her trip to Nigeria, did you not find concealed in her bag an amount of USD3,000.00 along with a note or a letter allegedly written by her lover requesting for money, as she had promised him?”“Something like that.”“Is it yes or no, Mr. Kollie?”“Uhuh.”“Could that money not be the missing USD3, 000?”“It could be the money or not the money.”“On the night of your son’s death,” the lawyer continued, “which was on April 4, did you not shadow your live-in girlfriend when she reportedly visited her lover, who happened to live in the same vicinity of your son, that is in Sinkor around 14th Street.”“Uhuh.”“Is that yes or no?”“Yes, I was trying to find evidence against her.” A ripple of laughter filled the room.But suddenly, the witness began to perspire. The lawyer was not done with him and moved to burst the case wide open.“Isn’t it true that due to your intense jealousy when you hid around your live-in girlfriend’s lover’s house which was about 11:30 p.m you by accident encountered this man who you thought was your girlfriend’s lover but incidentally was your son?”“It was fate,” the witness said and covered his face with his two hands.Jason Doe said, “Perhaps it was a chance meeting but you assumed it was the man who was going out with your girlfriend and as a result, you assaulted him by knocking him dead.”“Oh Your Honor,” the prosecutor whined, “this is getting too much,” but the judge raised his right hand to silence him, urging the witness to answer the question.“I was not to myself.”“So jealousy consumed you to the point that you were prepared to kill another?”“I had intended to only find out the information and then leave her.”“But you could not control your emotion after you found the information and allowed your jealousy to dictate to you to kill your son.”“I did not know it was him.”“You did not know it was who?”“My son.”The lawyer grinned and said, “So instead of doing the reasonable thing by leaving your girlfriend, you chose to kill that incidentally turned out to be your son.”Tears filled the witness eyes, and he fought them back with a white handkerchief.“Please help me,” he said, as his face darkened and his eyes narrowed slightly.“And still unaware that the victim was your son, a book he had taken from your house to do research for a project he had initiated, and assuming that his attacker wanted the book, he had held it till you bashed him to death?”“Please tell him to stop because I am losing my mind.”Jason Doe’s forehead knitted into a perplexed frown as he turned swiftly and smiled, before strolling to his table. He grinned at the defendant, whose spirits had apparently been elevated by the blistering evidence that had vindicated him.Judge Jeboh, also grinning, said, “It is shocking the level a man can go to vent his jealous anger and concoct a plot to involve the innocent.“This case has underscored one of man’s inherent deficiencies in his affair with the opposite sex and while this case is horrible, the Court is pleased that an innocent man was not prepared to face a trial that would have exhausted his joy as a free man.“The court appreciates the forthrightness of defense lawyer Jason Doe and now stipulates that the witness must now be held since there is a probable cause to begin his trial for crying wolf in his attempt to let someone carry his load.“At the same time,” Judge Jeboh went on, “the Court orders the defendant released.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
…5-year-old victim to receive counsellingPlans are apace to provide counselling to the five-year-old boy who witnessed the shoot-out between Police and three armed bandits on Thursday night.Dead bandit: Leslie GriffithThis is according to a senior Police official close to the investigation who told Guyana Times on Friday that the Guyana Police Force (GPF) will be taking the necessary steps to ensure that the traumatised child receives “proper and adequate” counselling after being subjected to such a “horrible ordeal.”Meanwhile, Police have since identified the third bandit as Leslie Griffith, 24, of Lot 165 William Street, Kitty, Georgetown. The man was identified when his mother turned up at the Georgetown Public Hospital (GPHC) morgue on Friday.Griffith, along with Junior Nurse of Albouystown, and Shawn Browne Jr were all killed during a shootout with Police at a house at Norton and Victor Streets, Lodge on Thursday evening. Browne Jr is the son of the prison escapee Shawn Browne. Browne Sn was Guyana’s most wanted criminal and was among three men killed on June 5, 2003 at a house in Prashad Nagar, Georgetown, in which three grenades were lobbed at the Police.Dead bandit: Shawn Browne Jr son of Guyana’s most wanted criminal, the late Shawn BrowneOn Thursday, the three bandits swooped down on the residence of construction worker, Neville Lesley, moments after he had put his five-year-old son to bed.Reports are at about 20:00h, while the man was closing the doors to his Lot 46 Norton and Victor Streets home, he saw someone scaling the fence but by the time he reacted, he was held at gunpoint. The gunman demanded gold and cash as he took the man into the house. By that time, the two other gunmen also made their way into the man’s home, with each of them carrying a handgun.Hearing the commotion, the five-year-old child woke up and ran downstairs. “They tell me if I don’t keep me son quiet, they’d shoot me and meh son,” the man related.Lesley said a relative, who recently returned from the United States, is staying at his home and the bandits had enquired about her. However as the robbery was occurring, the Police patrol which was in the area was notified and responded.With the bandits distracted by the Police presence, Lesley and his son managed to escape and hid in one of the bedrooms, where he removed the louvres in the window and lowered his son from the upper flat of the house.The child was safely collected by a Police Officer, and Lesley jumped through the window to safety.Dead bandit: Junior NurseIt was at this point that the shoot-out between the armed bandits and law enforcement commenced. According to information from residents in the area, two of the bandits were shot and appeared to be dead, while the third was also shot but surrendered to the Police.The bodies of the two dead gunmen, along with the injured bandit, were taken to the GPHC but the third man subsequently died while receiving medical attention. The Police have since removed two handguns from the scene with several rounds of spent shells.The killing of these three bandits comes on the heels of three other bandits being killed during a Police shoot-out in Black Bush Polder. Those three men were identified as wanted murder suspects; 32-year-old Kelvin Shivgobin, called “Kelly” of Belvedere, Corentyne, Berbice; Ramnarine Jagmohan of Belvedere Village, who was acquitted of murder; and Sewchand Sewdat, called “One Eye Pappy”, also of Belvedere, Corentyne, Berbice.
Chelsea’s victory, which keeps them third in the Premier League, ought to have been more emphatic but it briefly looked as if they might not collect the three points at all when Newcastle took a surprise lead in the 12th minute.Dwight Gayle chased down his own header and hurried Marcos Alonso into a back-pass which sold his keeper Thibaut Courtois short.Seeking to prevent Jacob Murphy nipping in to round him, Courtois was forced to dive at the Newcastle winger’s feet but succeeded only in pushing the ball back to Gayle, who stroked it into the empty net.The Chelsea response was immediate. Twice they went close before inevitable equaliser finally arrived after 20 minutes. Alvaro Morata contested a high ball and it bounced off him and dropped towards Hazard, who controlled his half-volley to perfection, driving the ball into the ground and bouncing it into the far corner of the net.That goal settled any anxiety that had been floating around Stamford Bridge and it came as no surprise when the home side took the lead just after the half-hour.Matt Ritchie’s clearing header was neither strong, nor decisive and fell straight to Victor Moses who quickly drilled over a cross that Morata merely had to divert home with his head.Danny Drinkwater, making only his second Chelsea start in the Premier League, was the next to go close with a shot which drifted away from the far post.The second half began as quietly as the first, with only a deflected Hazard shot raising excitement levels among the crowd above the soporific.That was until the 56th minute when the Belgian danced through the centre of the Newcastle defence only to stumble just he approached Karl Darlow in the Newcastle goal.At the other end, Ayoze Perez sent a bouncing shot just wide of the post, his last act before being replaced by Isaac Hayden.If anyone was going to add to the scoreboard, however, it was going to be Hazard. Prepared to drift all over the pitch in search of the ball, he picked it up in his own half after 69 minutes and had Newcastle defenders backpedalling and afraid to tackle lest he skip his way past them.A one-two with Drinkwater ended with the ball agonisingly out of his reach.When his second goal came, it was from the penalty spot, impudently chipping the ball beyond Darlow after Ritchie had brought down Moses.The Newcastle keeper exacted a revenge of sorts moments later when he stuck out a hand to deny Hazard his hat-trick.As if in an act of mercy by Chelsea manager Antonio Conte, that was Hazards last contribution as he was replaced by Willian. Chelsea did not need him by then and may even have won more convincingly had Darlow not blocked Alonso’s goal-bound shot.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Eden Hazard scored twice in a superb man-of-the-match performance and the Belgian came very close to scoring a hat-trick. Photo/REUTERSLONDON, United Kingdom, Dec 3 – Eden Hazard gave England followers a glimpse of what to expect at next summer’s World Cup with a glorious display as Chelsea beat Newcastle United 3-1 at Stamford Bridge.Less than 24 hours after the World Cup draw put Belgium and England in the same group, Belgian Hazard was in imperious form, scoring twice and running at defenders at will.
Goal machine Radamel Falcao has joined Man United on a season-long loan.The 28-year-old striker’s move from French club Monaco took many by surprise, with United paying £12m for the privilege.It is likely to annoy Arsenal fans, who are keen for the club to buy a new striker after Olivier Giroud’s injury lay off. But Man United have pounced with Gunners manager Arsene Wenger refereeing a charity match in Italy.Falcao has established himself as one of the best scorers in football, producing spectacular efforts with both feet as well as his share of tap-ins and countless headed goals.At Porto he scored 72 times in 87 matches between 2009 and 2011, then 70 in 91 games for Atletico Madrid. Last season he joined Monaco and before being sidelined through injury in January he scored 13 goals in 22 games in all competitions. 1 Man United have signed goal machine Radamel Falcao on loan
The Killotto had no winner this week. The numbers were 2, 16, 23 and 29 129. There was 1 winner of Match 3 Numbers. Sean McGuinness, Killybegs gets €60 each. Next week’s Killotto jackpot is €3,500 and Match 3 is €60.There was no winner of Bingo Jackpot. Consolation prizes went to Mary Gallagher, Church rd., Killybegs. Next week’s Jackpot will be €2,350 on 51 calls.Killybegs played Castleblayney last Saturday in the Ulster league in Oram near Castleblayney. In a tightly contested game Killybegs and Castleblayney drew 1-08 each. Killybegs are playing Dromore in the last group game in Ulster senior league on Saturday at 4.00pm in Dromore. Club Membership is now due. You can pay Rita Nolan or Kathleen McCabe.Family – €50 Single – €30Student – €15 Minor – €10Na Cealla Beaga GAA host Strictly Come Dancing 2012 in the Blue Haven on Sat 24th March. Tickets are priced at €20 each and are selling fast. Tickets will be on sale at Bingo in the Foresters Hall on Monday 27th Feb and in Super Valu on Sat 3rd March 11.30-3.30. Limited tickets are also available at reception in the new Niall Mor Centre. Please contact Sarah Tully 086 3311733 or Fionnuala Cunningham 087 4175410 for ticket info Any person who has completed a foundation award coaching course over the years and would be interested in doing an award 1 course, please contact coaching officer Joe McBrearty ASAP.Positions of officers and managers for the year.Chairman – Billy BroderickVice Chairman – John O’SullivanSecretary – Macdara Woods Assistant Secretary – Andrew MullenTreasurer – Rita NolanAssistant treasurer – Bridie MolloyPRO – Charles Tully Oifig Na Gaelige – Shane MurrinRegistrar – Rita Nolan & Kathleen McCabeInsurance Officer – Ed ByrneCoaching Officer – Joe McBreartyCounty Board Delegate – Bernard ConaghanPresident – Patsy McGowanVice President – Eddie McGuinnessSenior Team Manager – Joe McBreartyU-21 Manager – Andrew MullinLadies Manager – Margaret McHugh, Mairead Gallagher, Betsy McGuinnessGAA NOTES: KILLYBEGS was last modified: February 28th, 2012 by StephenShare 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:killybegs gaa notes
Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Nani, who enjoyed some fine afternoons against Arsenal when playing for Manchester United, then fizzed a long-range shot just wide of Bernd Leno’s goal.The recalled Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang sent a weak shot into the arms of Ribiero as referee Damir Skomina brought an end to a forgettable opening 45 minutes.Fredy Montero headed wide from Nani’s free-kick at the start of the second half as Sporting looked to inject some life into the contest.Aubameyang broke through the Sporting backline twice in a matter of minutes but could not beat Ribeiro on either occasion with both efforts straight at the Brazilian goalkeeper. Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury 3 REVEALED huge blow Arsenal need just one more point to reach the last 16 MONEY Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade REVEALED Welbeck had already seen a header chalked off for a foul but he was on hand to steer home in the 77th minute to settle the contest in favour of Unai Emery’s side.Granit Xhaka started in the unfamiliar role of left-back as Emery made six changes for the game in Portugal, with Welbeck one of those drafted in.The win means a draw in the return fixture at the Emirates Stadium in a fortnight could be enough to seal Arsenal’s progression into the last-32 with two games remaining.Arsenal have impressed in their run of wins but one criticism has been their slow start to matches – especially in Monday’s Premier League win over Leicester. Welbeck pounced on Sebastian Coates’ mistake to give the Gunners all three points 3 Danny Welbeck’s goal saw Arsenal edge past Europa League rivals Sporting Lisbon to stretch their fantastic winning streak to eleven games.The Gunners grew into the game and are now in charge of Group E after claiming the 1-0 victory at the Estadio Jose Alvalade. Emery, who has won the Europa League three times, will be very satisfied with his team’s performance RANKED That was the case again here but Sporting did not follow the example set by the Foxes and get about their visitors as the first 15 minutes played out with little action of note.Stephan Lichtsteiner took a kick to the head as Bruno Fernandes attempted an acrobatic volley inside the Arsenal box but the experienced full-back showed now ill effects.Arsenal tested Renan Ribiero in the Sporting goal for the first time at the midway point of the half after Mohamed Elneny had won a free-kick on the edge of the box.Henrikh Mkhitaryan sent the set-piece towards goal but Ribiero punched clear in a rare moment of excitement with Sporting winning, and wasting, a number of corners at the other end. BEST OF no dice 3 ADVICE Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move Latest Football News Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Following their recent pattern, Arsenal were much livelier and Andre Pinto did well to block Welbeck’s shot behind after smart work from Matteo Guendouzi opened up a chance for the forward.Welbeck thought he had put Arsenal ahead as he rose to head in but his effort was ruled out as he pushed Sporting substitute Bruno Gaspar at the start of his jump.The England forward made it count with his next chance as he benefited from a defensive slip from Sebastian Coates to nick in and finish coolly with 12 minutes left.
FORECASTERS are still too nervous to call it for sure – but next week could see another blast of glorious sunshine and temperatures again in the Mid-20s.Met Eireann and MeteoTimes.net now believe a warm spell will arrive around Tuesday or Wednesday of next week.But the different modelling patterns they use to predict the weather are still not certain how long it might last. “Latest indications suggest a spell of rain in some places next Tuesday, but overall indications suggest a good deal of dry bright weather for Wednesday and Thursday,” said Met Eireann.MeteoTimes.net – the irish online weather channel – says it will gradually get warmer and mostly dry with some chance of overnight showers late Monday night into the daytime hours of Tuesday mainly north of a Galway to Dundalk line, possibly becoming quite warm in the south during Tuesday and then in all regions later in the week with highs into the mid 20s.“This warm spell may feature east winds and somewhat cooler readings near the east coast (18-21 C) and warmest weather in west Munster and Connacht (24-26 C). Some models are indicating a rather prolonged warm spell developing and it should be dry and sunny most of that time but details will emerge later.”Fingers crossed! LAST BLAST OF SUMMER? RENEWED HOPE FOR ANOTHER HEATWAVE was last modified: August 16th, 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:LAST BLAST OF SUMMER? RENEWED HOPE FOR ANOTHER HEATWAVE
ST EUNAN’S ladies made it a double success for the Cathedral Town after winning the Minor title.They defeated St Michael’s in the final. LADIES GAA: ST EUNAN’S LADIES TAKE COUNTY MINOR TITLE was last modified: November 4th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:LADIES GAA: ST EUNAN’S LADIES TAKE COUNTY MINOR TITLE