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The Lone Star’s victory over Sierra Leone puts Liberia in a better position ahead of the return-leg slated for Sunday, September 8, 2019.Liberia have taken advantage in their 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers-Preliminaries after they defeated Sierra Leone 3-1 at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex in Paynesville.Based on the record between the two teams, in which Liberia is the better side, the victory did not come as a surprise.Terence Tisdell perfectly converted a Penalty in the 18th minute after Kpah Sherman was fouled in the penalty area.Prior to the opener, Kpah Sherman could have scored one of the fastest goals after his left foot effort hit the goal post.Sierra Leone on the other hand took charge of ball possession, but could not get a curtain raiser.However, Sierra Leone leveled things up in the 56th minute through Kwame Quee’s low effort to beat pass goalkeeper Ashley Williams.Liberia coach Peter Butler made two substitutions by introducing Tonia Tisdell who replaced Terrence Tisdell and Mohammed Sangare, replacing debutant Seith Hellberg.The substitutions yielded positive results as Liberia mounted more pressure to take the lead for the second time.Second half substitute, Sangare put Lone Star in front for the second time through a brilliant spot kick in the 82nd minute before Sam Johnson finally completed the 3-1 victory for the Red, White and Blue boys in the 89th minute due to miscommunication in Sierra Leone defense.The victory put Lone Star in a better position ahead of the return-leg slated for Sunday, September 8, 2019.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
A Corentyne miner was on Saturday found dead in a mining camp at Armu Falls Top, Cuyuni, Region Seven (Cuyuni-Mazaruni), with multiple marks of violence about his body.The dead man has been identified as Phillip Cort, 56, of Queen Street, Courtland, Corentyne, Berbice.Based on reports, the now dead man had an argument with another man over some missing gold. The argument quickly turned into an altercation during which Cort was severely beaten and left to die. The man’s body was found by colleagues who went to the mining camp to gather tools to commence a day’s work.The main suspect, a 35-year-old man from the bauxite mining town of Linden, was subsequently arrested. He is assisting with investigations. Desiree Cort, a sister of the dead man, told Guyana Times that she received the devastating news on Sunday evening.“I have a cousin who has a dredge nearby and she was in Georgetown, but her husband called her on Sunday and told her that Phillip was beaten to death,” the sister stated. She noted that after receiving the message, her cousin contacted family members at Fyrish Village in Corentyne.Without hesitation, the man’s nieces and nephews travelled up to Bartica where they made arrangements for the body to be transported to Georgetown. The grieving sister said that the body was now at the Memorial Garden’s Mortuary and a post-mortem examination was planned for today. She explained that her brother lived in the interior and she last saw him about three years ago. Still in shock that he was no more, she reminisced on the good times the siblings shared. “Only five of us (13 siblings) are alive,” the woman said.Her brother, she noted, did not have any children, but he was a loving individual who took care of his siblings’ children.He is expected to be buried over the weekend in Fyrish.
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SAN FERNANDO – A 20-year-old Santa Clarita woman pleaded not guilty Tuesday to manslaughter, drunk driving and other charges in the traffic deaths of two people. Chelsea Elaine Arcos, the daughter of a Los Angeles police lieutenant, has been charged with gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated, leaving the scene of an accident and driving without a license. Arcos was involved in an Aug. 7, 2006, collision on Interstate 5 that killed John Tun, 27, and Thoung Pok, 35. Tun and Pok were standing by a car preparing to change a flat tire, according to investigators. The judge set a June 5 pretrial hearing in Arcos’ case.
11 Left back: Alan Kennedy (Liverpool) – Kennedy scored the winning goal in two European Cup finals (1981 and 1984), with the second the final kick of a nervy penalty shootout against Roma in their own stadium. Honourable mention: Dennis Irwin Right midfielder: Cristiano Ronaldo – Impossible to leave out the competitions highest ever goalscorer. Ronaldos goals and performances on the way to winning the 2008 trophy earned him the Ballon dOr that year even if he did miss a penalty in the final. Honourable mention: David Beckham 11 11 Centre back: Bill Foulkes (Manchester United) – He may not have as many trophies as some of his Liverpudian counterparts but Foulkes was one of only two men to win the 1968 European Cup final after surviving the 1958 Munich air disaster. He fittingly scored the goal to take Manchester United to that Wembley final. Honourable mentions: Jamie Carragher, Emlyn Hughes, Phil Thompson, Rio Ferdinand. Centre back: Alan Hansen (Liverpool) – Before he became Match of the Days top pundit and dropped the you wont win anything with kids clanger, Hansen won three European Cups during the 70s and 80s as Liverpool won everything possible. 11 Striker: George Best – Best dazzled in the 1968 final, turning Benficas defenders inside out on the way and scored in the final, as United became the first English club to win the Champions League. He also won the Ballon dOr that year. Thursday night will signal the first time that Manchester United and Liverpool will face off in a European competition.It is one of the biggest rivalries in football with eight European Cups lifted between them.Manchester United became England’s first winners in 1968 before Liverpool won the competition four times in eight years from 1977 to 1984.They also boast arguably the two greatest comebacks in the competition’s history, with Manchester United scoring twice in injury time to beat Bayern Munich 2-1 in 1999 and Liverpool winning on penalties in 2005 despite losing 3-0 at half time to AC Milan.And despite the setting of their first European tussle being on the less glamorous stage of the Europa League, the rivalry will be no less fierce.Legends have made history for both sides but who has contributed more in Europe? Roy Keane or Graeme Souness? Steven Gerrard or Sir Bobby Charlton? Cristiano Ronaldo or Kevin Keegan?Some magnificent players have represented the clubs in Europe, far too many to fit into one team, but talkSPORT gave it a go anyway.Let us know who you think should have been included in the comments section below!Click the arrow, above, right to see the Manchester United and Liverpool combined all-time European XI. Right back: Phil Neal (Liverpool) – No Briton has won more European Cups, with Neal present for FOUR of Liverpools five triumphs. Only three players have won the competition more than the Englishman. Honourable mention: Gary Neville Centre midfielder: Steven Gerrard – Gerrard almost single-handedly dragged Liverpool to the podium to collect their fifth Champions League trophy with his displays in 2005. From his late rocket against Olympiakos to scrape through the group stages, to his header to begin the magnificent comeback from 3-0 down at half time, Gerrard optimised Liverpools miracle of Istanbul. 11 11 11 11 11 Left midfielder: Ryan Giggs – Giggs has won the trophy twice, scoring the winning penalty in the 2008 final. Only two players have played more games in the competition and the Welshman is the only player to score in 16 different Champions League seasons. Goalkeeper: Ray Clemence (Liverpool) – Prior to working within the England set up as a coach, Clemence won three European Cups with Liverpool, keeping two clean sheets in three of those finals in the process. Honourable mentions: Peter Schmeichel, Jerzy Dudek, Bruce Grobbelaar, Edwin van der Sar Centre midfielder: Bobby Charlton – Like Foulkes, Charlton was a survivor of 1958 tragedy who played in the emotional 1968 final success. Playing at centre midfield, Manchester Uniteds all-time top goalscorer bagged a brace as the club ran out 4-1 winners after extra-time. Honourable mentions: Paul Scholes, Roy Keane, Graeme Souness, Ray Kennedy 11 11 Striker: Kenny Dalglish – King Kenny won three European Cups, including in 1978 when he scored the winner with a lovely dink over Club Brugge goalkeeper Birger Jensen. Honourable mentions: Ian Rush, Kevin Keegan, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Dwight Yorke, Andy Cole, Denis Law
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat Kings WASHINGTON – Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke on Thursday hinted that another interest rate cut may be needed to bolster the economy. The worsening credit crunch, a deepening housing slump and rising energy prices probably will create some “headwinds for the consumer in the months ahead,” he said. Bernanke said he expects consumer spending will continue to grow and suggested the country can withstand the current problems without a recession. But he indicated that consumers could turn more cautious as they try to cope with all the stresses. Fed policymakers will need to be “exceptionally alert and flexible,” Bernanke said. That comment probably will be viewed as a sign the Fed may lower interest rates when it meets on Dec. 11, its last 2007 session. Previous cuts came in September and late October. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Buncrana GAA notesSenior Reserve Intermediate Semi Final Buncrana 0-18 Noamh Columba 0-08With a low scoring first half, Buncrana went in at half time leading 0-07 to 0-3. Eagar to change things in this half and leading throughout the game left them with a 10 point victory Buncrana have now secured their Final Spot.Senior Ladies Buncrana 4-12 St Pauls Belfast 3-06Buncrana ladies played their Ulster 1/4 finals in The Scarvey on Saturday evening against Co Antrim champions St Paul’s of Belfast. With a good start to St Pol’s our ladies battled hard and went in a half time with 2 points down. They laced up their shooting boots and change the game around finishing up clear winner and securing their spot in the Semi-finals against or neighbours Brian Og’s Steelstown on the 18th October in Steelstown. U16 Hurling Bun Cranncha 4-24 St Eunans 0-03Buncrana u16 hurlers secured the League and Championship double after a very convincing win over St Eunans from Letterkenny. The game was played in ideal conditions in Hiberian park Burt, nerves seemed to get the better of the Scarvey boys with the Cathedral town side getting the first score of the match and in fact in the first 10 mins looked like that they were going to cause a threat, But up Stepped captain Dylan Duffy to raise the white flag with no less than 6 points from play and frees in the first half, but it was the potency in front of goal of Niall o Doherty that will have pleased management most in the first half, having lining out at left half forward Niall moved in after 10 mins to edge of the square, the first of his goals was scrambled over the line after a fine pass from Gabhan Kelly who then had to leave the field with a serious knee injury.Nialls second goal was a different story a fierce strike to the top right hand corner from a very narrow angle, this set the tempo for the rest of the game Ben Doherty and Pj mc Carron started to dominate midfield, at the back Fiachra mac Lochlainn was solid throughout and in the Centre half back position Paul Tourish was his stylish best with high fielding and long accurate pucks were the building block of many attacks, further points from Ben and Dylan and Niall with a point and his hatrick goal, sent Buncrana in at half time 3:9 to 0:3 with all st Eunans points coming from Ryan Hilferty.The game was now over as a contest and from the throw in of the second half Buncrana added with ease to the scoreline,early scores from Paul,PJ, Dylan and Oisin Grant who was his usual industrious self chipping in with some fine scores from play, the defence were seldom troubled but any attacks were sniffed out.Jason Campbell dealt with ease any Black and Amber attacks, Oisin Hegarty, Mathew Wilson, John Vaughan and Oisin (roe) Doherty were excellent throughout and can be pleased with there efforts,holding Eunans scoreless in the second half, the aforementioned Paul and Fiachra were relentless all through the game and gave an exhibition of how hurling should be played.from midfield, Paul also scored a point from a sideline cut from the 40 yard’s out.simply sublime. Up front they were all on fire Niall,Ben,Pj Oisin and Dylan were ably supported by the hard working Darren Connolly, Jack Callaghan and Mark Craig. Final Score 4:24 to 0:3As the match went on the subs got a chance to shine none more so than the young guns of Cathal og Wilson and Liam o Doherty and Finn mc Laughlin, with Cathal og getting himself a fine goal and a point in the process.Team and scorers.Jason Campbell,Mathew Wilson,Fiachra mac Lochlainn,Oisin Hegarty,John Vaughan,Pjmc Carron (0:1),Oisin (roe) Doherty,Paul Tourish (0:4), Ben Doherty (0:4) Oisin Grant(0:3),Niall O Doherty(3:3) Darren Connolly,Dylan Duffy (0:8) ,Gabhan Kelly,Jack Callaghan.subs Mark Craig,Cathal og Wilson(1:1),Liam O Doherty,Finn mc Laughlin,Ryan Hegarty,Arran Craig.A player to mention who missed the match through injury was Arran Craig who was having the hurling year of his life with some great performances to date, he missed the game because of a back injury he received playing club football on Monday.This team proved in the course of the year to date to be just to strong for all the teams at this age group in Donegal and can also hold there own with County Derry teams were they also sit joint top of their league, they get on as a group and this is evident in the way they try and get younger players in the team on the ball as much as possible, they are easy managed and are a credit to all, in the starting 15 on the night 13 represented their county this year ,5 were selected to play for Ulster, we will regroup and try and build on this, most of the older players will be involved with Tom Clare and the rest of the Minor hurling squad that will take the field in the Ulster minor hurling club championship later in the year.Minor GirlsBuncrana Minor Ladies played Glenswilly in the Donegal final on Sunday 4th October. This Minor team has only been going for two years and the girls did excellent to make it to a County Final. The girls got off to a slow start in the first half of the game with Glenswilly dominating the game in many parts of the field. However, the girls came in at half time trailing by only 1 point. Buncrana came out fighting in the second half and soon were putting scores on the board and edged ahead of Glenswilly. The Glenswilly girls however did not lie down and found another gear. After finding the goals and scoring a few more excellent points the Buncrana squad just couldn’t hold on and Glenswilly took the title. The Buncrana girls played an excellent 2nd half and it was a great team performance, with some great scores from Leah Ryan, Eimear Clerkin and Aisling Brown. Louise Devlin (team captain) showed great leadership with a big performance throughout the game and Aimee Casey had another great performance between the posts. All the girls put in a massive effort and many of this team will still be playing minor next year so there is a bright future for this squad of girls.U13 HurlersThe boys in the U13 hurling had a tight competition in the “A” section of the U13 hurling competition in Derry. They were up against 2 of the top teams in the competition sleachtneil and kevin lynches. Sleachtneil were the first team the boys played which was a very fast and intense game sleachtneil had the edge over Buncrana which lead them to a win. Buncrana then played kevin lynches which ment Buncrana had to play the game back to back against Kevin lynches. Buncrana really held their own in the first half and ran out of steam in the second half. But the one thing the boys will not give up and it is always a challange for them to play the best teams in Derry when you play in the “A” division. And next week we play Dungannon and Carrickmore next week in owenbeg all support welcome U9 Boys.Our u9 boys will play in the Final of the Inishowen tournament in the Scarvey this Friday evening at 6.45pm against a strong Brian Ogs Steelstown, what is promised to be a great display of football from our young stars, should not be missed by our community. Donations on the gate for The Childhood Cancer Foundation. Also U 11 Final played directly afterwards involving Noamh Colmcille and Naomh PadraigBord Na nOg PresentationSave The Date will be held on the 31st of October with our 2 guest of honor Footballer Donegal’s own Eamonn Mc Gee and Hurler 9 times all ireland winner JJ Delaney (Kilkenny). The format of the presentation will be similar to last year with a coaching session with these 2 lads from 10-12.30 and then onto the plaza for the presentations.Ongoing Repairs/Maintenance WorksThe Club is always looking for help with ongoing repairs/maintenance works. If you have a skill that could be useful please volunteer your time if you can. Contact Sean on 0862388071.LottoLotto Numbers 12, 13, 15 & 19 No winner. September Monthly winners of€250 were Adrain Doherty Crislamore Burnfoot and Maureen Kavanagh Castle Ave, BuncranaClub MerchandiseOrders are now being taken for Christmas Packs which include a gear bag, a windcheater, pencil case, a bobble hat, a water bottle & Gumshield. All in Club colours and logo. Contact Elizabeth Ann on 086 0604075 Training Times – New and Old Players Always WelcomeFootballU14 Boys Tuesdays (indoor fitness) 5-6 and Fridays 7pm – 8pmU13 Boys Wednesday 7pm – 8pm and Fridays 7.00pmU11 Boys Fridays 6.30pmU8 & U9 Boys Fridays 6.30pmU8 & U10 Girls Saturdays 10.30-11.30amU12, 14 & 16 Girls Mondays 7-8pmHurlingU8 & U10 Sundays 11-12noonU12 Tuesdays 7- 8.30pmU16 Wednesdays 6.30pmGAA: BUNCRANA SENIOR LADIES THROUGH TO ULSTER SEMI-FINAL was last modified: October 5th, 2015 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:Buncrana GAA notes
Malcom is in demand after a brilliant season for French side Bordeaux 1 Bordeaux’s in-demand Brazilian star Malcom is ready to snub interest from Liverpool and Tottenham in favour of a move to Inter Milan, according to reports in Italy.The 21-year-old is expected to secure a big move this summer after impressing in France during the most recent campaign.The winger finished the season with 12 goals and seven assists in Ligue 1 and clubs are now lining up to sign him.Malcom was hot property during the January transfer window, when Arsenal reportedly failed with an approach for him.Since then Liverpool and Tottenham have joined the race for the Brazilian, while Inter Milan are in the hunt too.And, according to Sky Italia, a move to the San Siro is currently Malcoms preferred option.The winger has reportedly made Inter Milan his first choice after assessing all the offers on the table.Now the Italian club must try and broker a deal for the Brazilian, who is valued at around £50million by Bordeaux.
changes “We have known these rumours for many years,” Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc told German publication Kicker.“We plan at least until the end of the season with him.”Pulisic has lost his place in the Dortmund team due to the emergence of England winger Jadon Sancho, but he still remains a key part of the squad. Christian Pulisic whoops 1 LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS latest revealed gameday cracker tense Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City How Everton could look in January under Ancelotti with new signings Guardiola-inspired tactics: Is this how Arsenal will line up under Arteta? The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 Sky Sports presenter apologises for remarks made during Neville’s racism discussion Chelsea and Liverpool will have to wait until next summer for the chance to sign Christian Pulisic.The Borussia Dortmund star has been on the radar of a number of top European clubs following his impressive displays in Germany. With his game-time limited, Pulisic , 20, spoke about the prospect of playing in the Premier League last week.“England, the Premier League, is a league where lots of kids dream of playing so there is no reason why maybe one day I won’t play here,” he said.Pulisic has made 107 appearances for Dortmund, scoring 15 goals. Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp brought Pulisic to Dortmund in 2015 and is keen on a reunion, while Chelsea are set to rival the Reds for the USA international’s signature.With Pulisic out of contract in 2020, the Bundesliga leaders are ready to cash in on £70 million-rated forward – but not until next summer.All you need to know about Christian Pulisic, the Borussia Dortmund winger linked with Chelsea and Liverpool transfer TOP WORK SORRY predicted Did Mahrez just accidentally reveal Fernandinho is leaving Man City this summer?
AN EMERGENCY ESB crew is working to reconnect 51 homes in Newtowncunningham.A spokesman for ESB said the crew are hoping to have power restored between 3.30pm and 4pm.After working throughout Christmas eve to restore power to over 30,000 homes and businesses, ESB Networks crews continued to work into Christmas Day morning fixing the damage caused by yesterday’s storms. Power was restored to all areas of the country with the exception of a small number of Customers in Mayo and Donegal.The most effected location was Achill Island, where a large transformer had been irreparably damaged by a lightning strike. While power was restored to the whole area, by re-arranging the networks, there was an additional fault on a number of low voltage transformers which has left a number of customers without power.ESB Networks crews will be out again at first light this morning in efforts to repair the last few faults and restore power to these customers. We apologise to those customers for this further interruption.As customers in Achill are being supplied on a contingency service. “We ask them to minimise their use of electricity as they are supplied from networks some distance away,” said an ESB spokeswoman.“The restoration over night involved crews working in Donegal, Cork, Clare and other counties around the country. We are now hoping for a respite in the weather over the Christmas to allow all customers to enjoy the celebration.“Customers experiencing a loss of supply are advised to check PowerCheck online at; www.esbpowercheck.ie or download the PowerCheck app to their mobile phone to check if the fault has already been logged. ESB Networks is asking customers to report any fallen wires or emergency situations to 1850 372 999 which will be staffed 24/7.“Our local staff & National Customers Care Centre will deal directly with the customers in Mayo. This is the last update for this emergency website at this stage. We will re-commence postings to this website if the forecast poor weather for the end of the week materilaises and causes significant damage.This Christmas Day morning, Mike Fitzgerald Manager of Customer Services at ESB Networks reflected “ESB Networks would like to apologise to customers who are without supply, especially on this Christmas Day morning, and thank them for their patience. They can be sure that today we will continue efforts to get them back and give them power for Christmas. In addition we would like to thank our Crews and staff who have been working around the clock since last Wednesday to minimise the power interruptions to customers. They are always ready for these events and have approached these challenges with the same commitment. We wish all our customers a happy and peaceful Christmas” “Thank you to many people who sent in messages and tweets of thanks to our staff, these words of support were very much appreciated.”ESB CREWS WORKING TO RE-CONNECT DONEGAL HOMES IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS DINNER was last modified: December 25th, 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:donegalESBESB CREWS WORKING TO RE-CONNECT DONEGAL HOMES IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS DINNERNewtowncunningham