Hugo Lloris suffers dislocated elbow and will return to London after assessment

first_imgHUGO LLORIS has not broken his arm but HAS dislocated his elbow, Tottenham have confirmed.The Tottenham keeper has been released from hospital after a horror injury saw his elbow buckle out of shape after a fall in the 3-0 defeat.3 Hugo Lloris dislocated his elbow in a horror injury at BrightonCredit: AFP or licensors3 The Spurs keeper is out of hospital and will return to London – there is no word on how much time he will missWe can confirm that Hugo Lloris sustained a dislocated elbow during today’s match against Brighton.Get well soon, skipper.— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) October 5, 2019 3 A Spurs statement read: “Assessment will continue this coming week to ascertain the full extent of the injury and the length of time he will require to undergo rehabilitation.”Lloris’ left elbow twisted horribly when he spilled a cross for Neal Maupay to tuck home a third-minute opener.French World Cup winner Lloris writhed in pain behind his own line while Brighton celebrated their goal in the Premier League’s lunchtime game.Spurs’ team-mates called for club medics, who gave Lloris an oxygen mask during several minutes of treatment.Lloris was eventually helped onto a stretcher and taken to the dressing rooms, where he was given morphine to ease his discomfort.Argentine stopper Paulo Gazzaniga came on for the 32-year-old, who was promptly taken to hospital.most read in footballTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramExclusiveRIYAD 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 clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’NEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticAnd later this afternoon Menichini tweeted: “No fracture for Lloris who should leave the clinic in the evening.”Get French Football News said Menichini’s message meant: “Hugo Lloris has not suffered a break of any kind to his hand, wrist, elbow or arm.”Brighton full debutant Aaron Connolly struck in each half to round off Spurs’ miserable follow-up to Tuesday’s 7-2 champions League thumping at home to Bayern Munich.last_img read more

Supremacy of Real Madrid: 140 victories by 68 of Atlético

first_imgAfter the summer winAfter the shocking 7-3 of last summer, the two official derbies that have been played this season (in LaLiga and in the Spain Supercup) have finished 0-0. Never before had there been two Madrid-Atleti in a row without a single goal and, if this result were repeated, it would be the first season of Real Madrid with six goalless draws (Atlético, Betis, Barcelona, Athletic, Athletic and Athletic) from 1981-82 (with Boskov on the bench).A good runMadrid has linked 20 consecutive official matches without losing for the tenth time in its history. This is the second time he has achieved a streak like that with Zidane on the bench, something that also happened twice under the mandate of Carlo Ancelotti. The best series of the club (and Spanish football) belongs to Zizou’s own Madrid (40 games in a row without falling in all competitions, between April 2016 and January 2017). Offensive contributionMadrid is the team with the most different scorers (16) in what we have from LaLiga 2019-20. They have scored for the white team four defenders, five midfielders and seven strikers. In the case of Atlético they have scored two defenses, four midfielders and four strikers (ten different players). The record of different scorers in the same team and in the same season of LaLiga (19) is shared by Real Madrid (1995-96 and 2016-17), Valencia (1996-97) and Celtic (2016-17).Are many timesThe Madrid derby is the second most repeated in the history of La Liga (165 times), only behind the derby of Barcelona (171 times). They are followed by the Basque derby (145), the Sevillian derby (97) and the Galician derby (70). The teams that have won the same First derby the most are Barcelona (99 victories against Spanish), Real Madrid (87 victories against Atlético) and Athletic Club (59 victories against Real society).Behind the leaderAtlético has never won a LaLiga match in Madrid field when it came with ten (or more) points of disadvantage in the classification with respect to its rival. Under these conditions, Madrid added eleven victories and only gave up five draws. Atletico Madrid has been in four straight games without winning (0-0 Real Madrid, 2-0 Eibar, 2-1 Cultural, 0-0 Leganés) and with one more match the worst streak of the Simeone era. There are no good times for the rojiblancos, which equaled the forces in the derbies in the last decade …A historical derbyReal Madrid Y Atlético de Madrid they have faced in 275 games with a favorable balance to the whites: 140 victories and 67 draws, and only yielded 68 defeats. 821 goals have been scored, 473 for Real and 348 for Atleti.In the BernabéuAtletico was 13 years without beating Madrid in the Bernabeu (four draws and eight losses between 2000 and 2012), but the streak ended on May 17, 2013 in the final of Cup (1-2). From there, the rojiblanco team has added four wins, five draws and only three losses in its twelve official visits.Before the leaderAtlético de Madrid has played 28 games of The league visiting a leading Real Madrid, with a balance of three wins, four draws and 21 losses. These triumphs date from 1957 (0-2), 1965 (0-1) and 1987 (0-4).They are the least thrashedThe two teams that have left their goal to zero in LaLiga 2019-20 will face each other: eleven times Madrid and ten times Atlético. Madrid has matched its best defensive record after the first 21 days (only thirteen goals against) dating from the 1964-65 campaigns (with Betancort Y Araquistain) and 1987-88 (with Buyo).center_img Courtois vs OblakCourtois He is now the goalkeeper with the best coefficient of First (0.56), ahead of Oblak (0.67), Unai Simon (0.67), David Soria (0.95) and Vaclik (0.95). A Madrid goalkeeper does not establish himself as the least winned LaLiga since the 2007-08 season (Iker Casillas).Few goalsAtletico has matched its worst offensive record after the first 21 days (only 22 goals in favor) of LaLiga, emulating the figures of the 1979-80 campaigns (finished in 13th place), 1981-82 (finished eighth) and 2004- 05 (finished eleventh). The best historical classification of a team with such poor numbers at this point was achieved by the Athletic (third in 1984-85), the Valencia (third in 1988-89) and the Majorca (third in 1998-99).last_img read more

TTCB president not on board with decision

first_imgPORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC): Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board president, Azim Bassarath, says he disagrees with the decision to sack Denesh Ramdin as Test captain and hopes the move is not part of any plan to target Trinidadian players. The outspoken West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) director also said he was not a part of the WICB directors’ teleconference last Wednesday when the decision to remove Ramdin was ratified. Ramdin was on Friday axed after just 15 months in charge and replaced by one-day skipper, Jason Holder, a recommendation from selectors which the WICB said had been “endorsed unanimously” by directors during the teleconference. But Bassarath told the Trinidad and Tobago Newsday he had not attended the meeting because of his commitments as a returning officer for Monday’s General Elections here. He also contended that Ramdin should have been allowed to lead the squad on the tour of Sri Lanka starting next month, so selectors could further assess his performance. “I think we should have given him another opportunity to tour Sri Lanka as captain and then look at his performance if the selectors had a problem,” Bassarath was quoted as saying. “What is shocking to me is that earlier this year, Denesh led the team against England and we came away with a credible draw. “Against Australia we lost 2-0, but I didn’t think he performed that badly with the bat that he deserved being dropped. I am disappointed that the selectors came up with that recommendation. Very, very disappointed.” The 30-year-old Ramdin, who took over from Darren Sammy as Test captain in May last year, led West Indies in 13 Tests – winning four, losing seven and drawing two. During that time, he managed 472 runs at an average of 22 and a highest score of 57. Bassarath said he hoped Trinidadian players were not being specifically targeted because of their alleged role in last year’s controversial abandoned tour of India. “I am hoping the (WICB) president (Dave Cameron) is not part of this move to spite and victimise Trinidad and Tobago players because of what transpired in India where Dwayne Bravo was captain and it is alleged that some of the Trinis were leading the charge,” Bassarath said. “I hope it also does not have anything to do with Baldath Mahabir and the TTCB not supporting Mr Cameron for the presidency of the WICB. I would hate to think it has reached that level where the TTCB, which was considered the best territorial board in the Caribbean – and I still think we are – that we are treated in this manner.” He added: “I would not sit down idly by as a WICB director and allow any victimisation and vindictiveness creep into West Indies cricket.” Bravo was last December sacked as one-day captain and replaced by Holder, and also dropped from the one-day squad for South Africa and the subsequent World Cup. Fellow Trinidadian Kieron Pollard was also axed from the one-day squad. VERYDISAPPOINTEDlast_img read more

Blazers hope for another post-All-Star break revival

first_imgDon’t miss out on the latest news and information. “I mean, I think that’s in the back of our minds. We know that we’re usually a better team in the second half of the season,” Portland guard Damian Lillard said. “We can’t just go into it saying, ‘All right, we’re always good at this part of the season.’ I think mentally we have to understand how close of a race it is and that we’ve got to be sharp all the way through.”Portland is 32-26 at the break, tied for sixth in the West, which is better off than it was last season at the same point.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkBut the Blazers are one of five teams in the West with 26 losses. The Warriors and Houston Rockets sit comfortably atop the standings with the next eight teams jostling for position.The Blazers headed into the All-Star Game with a 123-117 victory over Golden State, snapping a seven-game losing streak to the Warriors. Lillard had 44 points, his third straight game with 39 or more and the best scoring stretch of his career. His 133 points over the last three games is the best such run in franchise history. Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano LATEST STORIES GALLERY: Barangay Ginebra back as PBA Governors’ Cup kings Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew UK plans Brexit celebrations but warns businesses may suffer Sea turtle trapped in net freed in Legazpi City 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 It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Nueva Ecija warehouse making fake cigarettes raided, 29 Chinese workers nabbed Struggling Hornets fire general manager amid 24-33 season Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano Afterward, Lillard sounded like he was taking it upon himself to improve the Blazers’ playoff position.“Each season, it’s always a few teams that fall by the wayside and we’ve just got to make sure we’re not one of them,” he said. “As a leader, I’ve got to be the guy to lead that charge.”In 2015-16, Portland was 27-27 at the All-Star break after winning eight of nine games going into it. The Blazers finished the regular season 44-38 and in fifth place in the West. They got past the Clippers in the first round of the playoffs before falling to the Warriors in the conference semifinals.Last season, Portland lost three straight games to go into the break at 23-33. Shortly thereafter, an overtime loss at Detroit put them 11 games under .500.But in March, Portland caught fire and went 13-3, best in the NBA. Lillard was named the conference’s Player of the Month, averaging 29.1 points, 4.4 rebounds, 6.0 assists and 1.4 steals in 16 games. Terry Stotts was named Coach of the Month.ADVERTISEMENT View comments Center Jusuf Nurkic, who came to Portland in a trade a handful of days before the All-Star break, went on to average 15.2 points, 10.4 rebounds and 1.9 blocks in 20 games with the Blazers. Portland was 14-5 with the 7-footer in the starting lineup.Portland made the playoffs for the fourth straight season, but fell in the opening round to the Warriors.This season, Portland is in the thick of the race. Lillard leads the team with 26.1 points per game, sixth in the league, while also averaging 6.6 assists. Backcourt teammate CJ McCollum is averaging 21.7 points, and Nurkic is at 14.1 points and 8.2 rebounds.Stotts was asked just before the break whether he was happy with the team’s position.“We’ve got a lot of work ahead of us. We’ve got a lot of teams out there fighting for playoff spots,” the coach said. “It’s not about where we are. It’s about where we’re headed.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ FILE – In this Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018 file photo, Portland Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard, right, dribbles past Los Angeles Clippers forward Wesley Johnson during the second half of an NBA basketball game in Los Angeles. The Trail Blazers have been known for their post-All-Star break revivals for the past two seasons. Those late-season rallies will no doubt be an ongoing theme in the congested Western Conference playoff race once Portland resumes the season on Friday, Feb. 23,2018 in Utah. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, File)PORTLAND, Ore. — The Trail Blazers have enjoyed post-All-Star break revivals the past two seasons.Those late-season rallies will no doubt be an ongoing theme in the congested Western Conference playoff race once Portland resumes play on Friday in Utah.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

Siryon, Tugbeh US$92K Bond Still Undecided

first_imgSuspended NHA MD, Duannah Siryon and his (also suspended) Deputy Managing Director for Administration, Tugbeh C. Tugbeh.Defendants Duannah Siryon and Tugbeh C. Tugbeh, the suspended managing director and deputy director for administration of the National Housing Authority (NHA), respectively, may likely face difficulty if it were to be established that the US$92,000 bond filed were insufficient, and does not meet the requirement and standards of law as may be claimed by the prosecutors.The bond, posted before Criminal Court ‘C’  by the Sky International Insurance Corporation, was intended to prevent  Siryon and Tugbeh from going to  jail, and to attend all required court appearances. However, if the bond were to prove defective, it means the court will set it aside until same is made adequately sufficient. However, the court is yet to say when it would hear arguments concerning the merit of the bond.Siryon, Tugbeh and one Ambassador Augustine Weah, believed to be the chief executive officer of Guss Group of Companies, were indicted on multiple crimes that ranged from theft of property, economic sabotage, bribery, criminal conspiracy, and criminal solicitation for allegedly extorting US$92,000 from a man identified as Emmanuel Tapsoba, former coordinator for a Burkinabe company called GHLPAZ-IMMO, which has been in the country to construct over 5,000 housing units along the Roberts International Airport (RIA)/Monrovia Highway.In the indictment, it further alleged that GELPAZ-IMMO through its Chief Executive Officer Alain Z. Zoungana, had expressed interest in the growth and development of the country through a proposal to construct over 5,000 housing units along the RIA/Monrovia Highway.Shortly afterwards, prosecutors claimed Siryon was contacted through GHLPAZ-IMMO’s former coordinator, Tapsoba, regarding the company’s intention to build said structures in the country since Siryon was at the time managing director of the National Housing Authority (NHA).The indictment further said between August 16, up to and including September 16, 2018, the defendants, with criminal intent, organized a scheme in which they extorted money from GHLPAZ-IMMO under the pretext of offering the contract.Because of the scheme, the record said Tapsoba GHLPAZ-IMMO’s coordinator left Burkina Faso for Liberia with the amount of US$50,000 on September 23, 2018, for the purpose of bribing officials of the NHA to have them “soften the ground” for his company.The indictment claimed that during the same period, an executive of the company, Benao Bazonon, traveled to Liberia from Burkina Faso along with one Urban Planner and Demographer, with an additional amount of US$42,000 and delivered the money to the company’s coordinator Tapsoba, who later reported sending money to Weah as part of the softening exercises.Not being satisfied with the process, the document claimed that Tapsoba presented an amount of US$80,000 to Siryon when they both met at the Royal Grand Hotel to liaise with other government officials.Immediately after Siryon received the money, the court’s record claimed, he invited Weah and gave him US$20,000 to be delivered to Siryon’s office the next working day, while the remaining US$60,000 was left in the possession of Siryon. It was claimed that Siryon divided the US$60,000 among some government officials.Weah’s US$20,000, the record said, was distributed to the two other managing directors, Tugbeh and Roberts.It was during the distribution of the money, the document claimed, that confusion broke out among the managers, leading to the discovery of the scheme.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Tottenham Hotspur stadium workers haven’t been paid

first_img Tottenham’s new stadium is set to open in 2019 Gerrard launches furious touchline outburst as horror tackle on Barisic sparks chaos 3 Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ PAYBACK Work has been ongoing at Tottenham’s new stadium since 2016 A Tyco statement said: “Tyco is not refusing to pay workers. The agency with which Tyco is engaged is responsible for making payments to its workers directly.”Ellise Strickland, 24, is missing more than £3,500. She told talkSPORT: “I have no money and Christmas is coming. How am I meant to say to my neice and nephew ‘Oh, I haven’t got you anything this year’. I can’t explain it to a four year old.”She has been making phone calls in an attempt to access her wages. “It’s frustrating. Everyone passes the buck to the next person, and no-one wants to pay.”Since NRS collapsed other firms to have used its workers have paid tradesmen who were owed money. revealed The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 RANKED 3 Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions latest REPLY SORRY Most Read In Football scrap center_img The electricians feel the club should be doing more to resolve the stalemate.Worker Harvey Kirk added: “It is a £1billion project – probably more by the time it’s finished – and I’m having to scratch around and go into my overdraft to pay rent and get fares home for Christmas. I would call it a fairly serious failing: certainly on behalf of Tyco, and perhaps Tottenham if they don’t apply enough pressure.”Tottenham’s new stadium will NOT take them to the next level, Piers Morgan tells talkSPORTEllise Strickland was on holiday in Thailand on the date she expected payment and had to suspend her activities while sourcing funds from family.She believes more tradespeople on Tottenham Hotspur’s stadium project could be affected than the ten already known about.“I think so. BCL have more than one trade on site. But I don’t know if other companies would have paid out.”Tyco said: “It is Tyco’s policy to pay agencies in line with agreed payment terms and on submittal of valid invoices.”Mr Kirk said the problems have come at the worst possible time: “As all tradesmen know it can get tight around Christmas. It’s the one time of year that’s very expensive and you really don’t want to be out of pocket.” 3 BEST OF gameday cracker Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Electrician Harvey Kirk told talkSPORT: “We’ve been grafting, doing 80 hour weeks at Tottenham for months and suddenly we’re out of money. This should not be happening.”He and nine others are being represented by the Independent Workers Union of Great Britain.Chairman of IWGB’s Electrical Workers Branch, Sam McDouall, told talkSPORT: “Tottenham have an outstanding reputation for being morally and ethically fair. So we are very suprised that they are allowing their contactors to act in a morally and ethically poor way.”A Tottenham Hotspur FC spokesman said: “This is a matter between Tyco and its subcontractors.”The agency supplying electricians to Tyco has ceased trading and merged with another firm. But as National Resourcing Solutions (NRS) became part of BCL Recruitment the wages owed to its electricians fell through the cracks. Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT LATEST Mr McDouall said: “Tyco are witholding pay due to a technicality. It is not a matter of them double paying, they are simply not transfering the money.”Tyco added that it “has worked to resolve issues regarding the submission of incorrect invoices in order that payments can be made.”Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium was due to open on September 15 but “issues with the critical safety systems” meant it was delayed.On 26 October the club confirmed all its remaining matches in 2018 would be played at Wembley. ‘I’ll get him’ – Robertson further endears himself to fans with revenge vow to Mane Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update Tottenham’s new stadium is close to completion Sky Sports presenter apologises for remarks made during Neville’s racism discussion A group of electricians working on Tottenham’s new stadium claim they have been left with no money in the run up to Christmas having not being paid for weeks.They want the club to help resolve the situation, claiming the company contracted to install fire alarms, Tyco, is refusing to release their wages on a technicality.last_img read more

DONEGAL FARMERS’ FURY AS COMMONAGE DEAL COLLAPSES

first_imgA new row has erupted between Dept. of Agriculture officials and Hill Farmers Group after a deal removing a key clause of conflict on commonage payments has collapsed.Commonages around Errigal may be boycotted by Donegal farmers.At the same time the farmers have accused a senior official in the Dept. of Agriculture of tearing up the agreement they say was brokered in good faith.The Tirconail Tribune reports that Hill Farmers said that a deal had been reached in mid September between themselves and representatives from the agriculture minister’s department to scrap the collective agreement criteria for commonage farmers entering the GLAS farming scheme. The breakthrough would have allowed farmers to apply for the scheme as individuals. However last week the group was told at an information meeting in Maam Cross that this was not the case and the collective agreement issue was now back in the mix.And the Hill Farmers now believe that a major crux has also developed insofar as the legal terms of the Dept’s regulations for commonages are concerned. It is thought there are issues around any reduction or dilution in landowner’s rights and value of property if they opt out of the new CAP deal and are excluded from payments.We understand that the commonage row has now reached a crisis point to the extent that the Minister for Agriculture will have to intervene in a last ditch effort to stop a total breakdown in relationships between the groups.And as the Hill Farmers threaten to restrict access to walking routes on their holdings in retaliation for the latest debacle in the Rural Development Programme, Brendan Joyce who is leader of the group led a mass walkout from a last week as the deal began to unravel and hill farmers found themselves in no man’s land over a deal they says is unworkable. Henry O’Donnell who has played leading part for the breakaway group said they are shocked and stunned that one official had the power to tear up a deal but he warned they will not accept his decision.He said the amendments for agreement were established during a meeting between the Minister for Agriculture’s commonage implementation committee and the hill farmers for action group. Under these new proposals farmers would be able to apply as individuals for GLAS declaring agreement complying with a GLAS commonage management plan.If the deal does finally collapse, Mr. O’Donnell explains that all walks over farmer property will be stopped because landowners will withdraw their support and Donegal will also be affected as well as a number of other key cycle routes in the west of Ireland including the renowned Greenway route in Mayo.It would appear that the Hill Farmers have already made plans for action in Donegal. We understand that a number of key attractions where commonages exist in Inishowen and the climbs on Muckish and Mount Errigal may be boycotted until the issue is resolved.Henry O’Donnell said that the lands on places like Muckish and Errigal mountains belong to local farmers and these territories are commonages. In mid September, O’Donnell confirmed to the Tribune that a deal had been agreed between the hill farmers and officials from the Dept. of Agriculture implementation body.The decision to drop the entry requirement was taken in mid September, following a meeting between hill farmers’ representatives and the Commonage Implementation Committee. Under collective agreement, 50% of commonage farmers had to agree on a farming strategy for a commonage area before they could apply for the new GLAS scheme. The breakthrough would have allowed farmers to apply for the scheme as individuals, although they would still have to agree to a management plan for the commonage as a whole.O’Donnell and supporters of the Hill Farmers Action Group, which led the protests, welcomed the reversal by the Department of Agriculture. However, he stressed that some issues remained to be ironed out.DONEGAL FARMERS’ FURY AS COMMONAGE DEAL COLLAPSES was last modified: October 8th, 2014 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:commonage dealdonegalfarmerslast_img read more

Women’s Basketball Makes MVC History in 98-46 Win Over Bradley

first_img HTML Box Score Freshman Becca Hittner (Urbandale, Iowa) followed with 15 points and added five rebounds. Redshirt sophomore Becca Jonas (Independence, Mo.) and freshman Brenni Rose (Shawnee, Kan.) each contributed 10 points and four rebounds, respectively, to the Bulldog win. Off the opening jump ball, Jonas scored on a breakaway layup just four seconds into the game off a deep home run pass by Ingle as Drake never trailed in the game and led by as many as 53 points. Live Stats 1350 ESPN DES MOINES THE VALLEY ON ESPN3 Listen Live Watch Live PDF Box Score Next Game: The Bulldogs were led by senior Lizzy Wendell (Blue Springs, Mo.) who finished with a game-high 20 points on a 6-of-13 shooting performance and added four rebounds, four assists and two steals. Senior Caitlin Ingle (Runnells, Iowa), who was just shy of a double-double, added a game-high seven assists in addition to her 16 points. Preview Full Schedule Roster at Indiana State 2/17/2017 – 6 PM Following Sunday’s game, Drake hits the road for its final regular season road trip with games at Indiana State on Feb. 17 at 6 p.m. and at Loyola on Feb. 19 at 1 p.m.Print Friendly Version Photo Galley 2 (BC) Drake (20-4, 13-0 MVC) earned its 14th-straight win as all 10 available players scored for the second-straight game.  The Bulldogs shot 50 percent from both the field (36-of-72) and three-point arch (14-of-28). Every Bulldog scored a total of four points or more and logged at least 11 minutes of playing time. Story Links Photo Gallery As a team, the Bulldogs forced 28 points off of turnovers and had 42 total rebounds, 23 of which were pulled down in the first half of the game. Drake also benefited from 14 steals and 24 total assists. Bradley (9-15, 5-8 MVC) was led by Vanessa Markert with 10 points while Chelsea Brackmann led the Braves with a game-high of eight rebounds DES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake women’s basketball team cruised to a 98-46 victory over Bradley on Sunday afternoon, Feb. 12, at the Knapp Center in front of 3,219 fans. The victory improved Drake’s record to 13-0 in Missouri Valley Conference play to set the best-ever start to league play in MVC history.last_img read more

LAST MUSICAL FEAST OF THE YEAR AT CONWAL CHURCH THIS SUNDAY

first_imgThe last of the “Sundays in Conwal 2013” tomorrow will celebrate the music of Britten, Mascagni and Hindemith.Closing another successful programme of “Sundays in Conwal” the Donegal Chamber Music Society presents a concert featuring the DonegalCamerata String Quintet, with guests the Donegal Chamber Orchestra, for a celebration of “Anniversaries” in the music of Britten (100th), Hindemith (50th) and Mascagni (150th).The Donegal Camerata, the resident ensemble of this concert series, will perform items from their touring programme “Serenades & Dances”which they offered this year in places such as Glenveagh, Ballyshannon and Culdaff. This will be another Sunday afternoon concert with evergreen favourites of music such as Mozart’s Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Piazzolla’s Oblivion and Brahms’s Hungarian Dances.The ensemble pursues its aim of presenting music by contemporary living Irish composers. On this occasion they will perform the “Lament” from String Quartet No. 2 (2003) by John McLachlan, the internationally esteemed Dublin composer who lives in Inishowen.The composer will introduce his piece during this performance in Conwal Church. At the end of the concert, the Donegal Chamber Orchestra will join the String Quintet to perform Hindemith’s Five Pieces Op. 44, Mascagni’s Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana and Britten’s youthful Simple Symphony as a homage to those composers whose anniversaries occur this year.For some years now the Donegal Chamber Music Society has presented Concerts in Conwal Church with the inestimable collaboration of Canon Stewart Wright and the Select Vestry. This regular series of recitals has hosted a variety of artists with local and international careers, such as soprano Anne Jennings, the Szabó-Yélamo String Duo, organist Desmond Hunter, flautist Sarah Murphy, the Conwal Singers, cellist Mihai Dancila, Carducci Quartet and many others. Music presented over the seasons ranges from Bach to Vincent Kennedy and from Monteverdi to Derek Ball, not forgetting Haydn, Dvorak or Bartok.Note for your diary:“SUNDAYS IN CONWAL 2013”This Sunday – 24th November, 3pm.Conwal Church. Letterkenny, Donegal, Ireland Donegal Camerata String Quintet with guests the Donegal Chamber Orchestra:Celebrating the music of Britten (100th anniv.), Mascagni (150th anniv.) and Hindemith (50th anniv.)Also included music by Mozart, Brahms, Piazzolla and Irish composer John McLachlan (CMC).Admission €10/5. Tickets can be booked in advance or purchased at the door. For booking contact: An Grianán Theatre Box Office: 074 9120777. LAST MUSICAL FEAST OF THE YEAR AT CONWAL CHURCH THIS SUNDAY was last modified: November 23rd, 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 MUSICAL FEAST OF THE YEAR AT CONWAL CHURCH THIS SUNDAYlast_img read more

EMMET RUSHE: THE POSITIVE IMPACT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON A CANCER DIAGNOSIS

first_imgBY EMMET RUSHE: I was honoured to have been asked to talk at the ‘Fight Back Conference’ at Relay For Life 2015. My talk was on ‘The Positive Impact Of Physical Activity On A Cancer Diagnosis’.The following article is a breakdown of my talk. If you’re becoming more active during or after cancer treatment, you’ll need to consider how much activity is appropriate for you.This will depend on different things, for example any side effects or symptoms you may have and your level of fitness before treatment.It is important to set yourself realistic goals and to listen to your body and you should start with gentle and low intensity activities.You’ll be able to build up progressively as you become stronger and fitter.There are a number of tips that can help you to get started.They’ll also help you stay motivated; Join an activity group or association.Walk or cycle to the shops.Keep a record of how active you’ve been.Set goals you can achieve.Take up activities you enjoy. Make sure they are fun.Tell your friends about it.  They may want to join you.The activities you do will depend on different factors. Make sure you keep to the level of activity that is appropriate for you and choose activities you enjoy and, if possible, do a mix of activities:Aerobic exercises – walking, dancing, running, cycling or swimming – are good for heart health.Resistance exercises – lifting small weights or ‘sit to stand’ exercises that you can do at home – help strengthen muscle.Flexibility exercises – stretches, yoga, Tai Chi/ Qi Gong – improve suppleness. These are also great for balance.If you are living with advanced cancer, being physically active can benefit you. It can help improve symptoms such as tiredness, poor appetite and constipation.It reduces stress and helps you sleep better.Start slowly and gradually build up the amount you do.To begin with try to reduce the amount of time you spend sitting or lying down. Just moving around the house and doing simple day to day things will help.You may be able to manage short walks or gentle stretching exercises.See if you can get your family and friends to join in with you.Resistance exercises can help strengthen your muscles and bones.This helps with getting in and out of chairs or baths, going up and down stairs, and going shopping.It also helps reduce the risk of accidentally falling. There are chair-based exercises that can help improve your muscle strength and flexibility. Example from the evidence;An RCT in Glasgow offered a 12 week group exercise sessions for women with early stage breast cancer as an addition to standard care.8The study found significant improvements in physical functioning, active daily living, shoulder range of movement, cardio-vascular fitness, positive mood, and breast cancer-specific quality of life. There were no adverse events reported. There was also evidence that the intervention group spent fewer nights in hospital and made fewer visits to their GP than the control group.  It’s important to get advice before you start becoming more active.Your cancer doctor, GP or specialist nurse can tell you what type of exercise is most appropriate for you.You can also get support from a physiotherapist or an occupational therapist.Your physiotherapist can show you exercises that will help improve your fitness and an occupational therapist can show you ways to help you to save your energy so that you can take some gentle physical activity.Good evidence exists to support the promotion of physical activity throughout the cancer care pathway.Activity should be promoted to patients at all stages of cancer from initial diagnosis through to the later stages, where being active can continue to benefit physical function and quality of life. The evidence shows that if an activity recommendation is carefully tailored to the individual, and takes account of potential side effects, it is likely to have a positive impact.#TrainSmartIf you are unsure how to start or would like to join a friendly and supportive team, contact me through the link below.https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rushe-Fitness/120518884715118EMMET RUSHE: THE POSITIVE IMPACT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON A CANCER DIAGNOSIS was last modified: May 31st, 2015 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:emmet rushefitness columnRelay for Lifelast_img read more