Adnan Januzaj claimed against Valencia with a spectacular goal. If someone thought that he had gotten off the txuri-urdin ship, the Belgian was in charge of reminding him that he is very high and that he can still give many joys to the fans of the Royal Society. -What has changed from januzaj to do that great game against Valencia?Now I feel much better and calmer, and that’s good, because that way you can work in peace and everything goes much better.– How much was the goal he did to show that he has his head here in the Real?It was not easy. Because many people were talking about my situation, and it was complicated for me. But I’m here and I’m happy, because I showed that I can make a difference in this team.-What do you expect from this final leg of the league?Everything. Because when someone is confident you get everything, and I feel the confidence of the coach. So I hope to do my best in this key part of the season.– And why is not able to have more regularity in his game and offer more times that good version of the last day?Because there are many teams that come together very well back and it is difficult. And you need more time to do something. But when the team plays well, things get better for the player.-Imanol said he liked his match against Valencia, but he can do even better …Yeah right. In the first time I was losing some balls that with my quality can not happen to me. I understand it and I have to keep working for my good. Now I feel physically better than when I started the season. And that is positive. -What is the most difficult to carry?Many things have happened. He said a lot. ‘Janu is going out, Janu is going to stay …’ It was complicated for me. It was a difficult situation. But I was happy here, just like ahopra. And now I have to work hard to do many more things that people expect from me. And I am on that path.– Were there real options for him to leave Real in January?Sometimes in football you don’t know what can happen in football. I was in the Real and I was at ease, I have to say things as they are. But there are decisions that do not depend on me, not only was it something of mine to leave or not, also of the people above me. Of course there were things, but I stayed and I am very happy.– What do you think of the love of the fans?Well, my colleagues have helped me in that regard. Because a few weeks ago the fans were a little bit of me. But as a player I don’t care, they know the quality I have and expect much more from me. I get it. But now I am in a good moment, especially physically. And that’s good, because I also have peace of mind in my head.– What is missing to finish exploding here in the Real?I believe that with my quality I have to score more goals and make more assists. I am a player who must make a difference in all matches. I have to get it, that’s what I’m missing.-What tells you to be so close to the Champions League positions?For the club it is very important, we want to be in the top four. But we also really want to play a game as important as Mirandés. Because we also want to be in the Cup final.
BUSY SCHEDULE When Cavahn McKenzie died at the end of a 2014 cross-country race in Trinidad and Tobago, it was awful for St Jago High School. His teammates got the news as they contested the Gibson-McCook Relays and it crushed them. Their schoolmate, teammate and friend had left them for international duty and, tragically, never returned home. Unfortunately, the same kind of tragedy has visited St George’s College with the equally sad passing of their Manning Cup football captain, Dominic James. This time, there was a cruel twist as he died during a Manning Cup game, with spectators there to witness his last moments. Truly, for all present, it must have been a terrible moment. These gruesome things scarcely happen in sport which is entertainment for many. Yet, the grief felt by everyone has to jump-start new provisions to safeguard the health of athletes at every level. In this regard, the early announcement about heart-screening high-school student athletes becoming mandatory is most welcome. After McKenzie’s untimely passing in Trinidad and Tobago, Team Jamaica Bickle, that wonderful group of Penn Relay benefactors, has assisted with screening athletes and by donating machines – known as defibrillators – which are designed to restart hearts. This may have to become standard for high school, club and national sport. As a precaution, it may also be wise to extend the schoolboy football season into January. The present season squashes the Manning and daCosta Cup, the Walker Cup and Ben Francis KO and the FLOW Super Cup into a rapid-fire schedule that has teams playing three times in seven days, with complications if rainy weather intervenes. The schedule gets busy for the top teams, when the later stages of the Corporate Area Manning Cup and the rural area daCosta Cup commingles with the Super Cup and the Corporate Area Walker Cup and the rural area Ben Francis knockout competitions. The congestion is no one’s fault. There are far more eligible schools than in bygone days. Luckily, the solution is simple. The schedule could be relaxed by moving the Super Cup into January, the first month of the Easter term. That is a matter for another day. Right now, the Light Blues need our love and support. As with the St Jago case, James’ family and his teammates at St George’s College need counselling and the steadfast embrace of every Jamaican. At times like these, the only choice is to stand together. – Hubert Lawrence has made notes at trackside since 1980.
After being shot, the man exited the vehicle and collapsed a short distance away. BC Ambulance attended to the man but he was pronounced dead at the scene shortly after.RCMP say the man was carrying a substantial amount of ammunition in his pockets.RCMP “E” Division Major Crimes Unit team of 12 investigators and the Fort St. John Detachment are continuing their investigation into the shooting.Although the RCMP are conducting the investigation into the case and will be investigating if lethal force was justified, a civilian from the Commission for Public Complaints against the RCMP is observing the investigation.Advertisement Fort St. John RCMP have released new details in the fatal standoff that occured north of Fort St. John in Buick Creek earlier this week.RCMP say the incident started on September 26th when the man forced a van containing his wife, his own 11 children and a family friend off the road as it was leaving the family’s residence. The man shot out the front tires of the vehicle to stop it from driving away. The group was able to drive a short distance and seek refuge in a nearby house.- Advertisement -The man then arrived at the house where the group was staying and demanded his family return with him. The group refused to exit and the man then shot out the remaining tires on the vehicle.For the next several days, Fort St. John RCMP secured the area and brought in interpreters and a crisis negotiator over the next several days.As the situation continued over the next few days, the RCMPs North District Emergency Response Team was deployed to the scene. BC Ambulance Service was also on standby at the scene.At approximately 12:50 PM on September 30th, the man left the house and got into a vehicle armed with a rifle. The man drove towards the RCMP roadblock at a high rate of speed. At that point, RCMP shot the man as he was driving towards the exit.Advertisement
2018 GCB/CGI Jaguars One-Day League…Following a thrilling third round of play on Monday, teams will be seeking to maintain their forms heading into today’s Jaguars Franchise League, which bowls its 4th round from 9:00h, weather permitting.Senior cricket action continues across the country with Lower Corentyne battling the mighty Essequibo at Albion in Berbice, while red-hot defending champs Georgetown will be facing East Bank at the legendary Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) Ground.Over at the Everest Ground, the East Coast franchise will take on West DemeraraAmir Khanat Everest, and West Berbice battles Upper Corentyne at Port Mourant.After rounds one and two were washed out the previous week, Monday’s 3rd round witnessed East Coast, Lower Corentyne, Essequibo and Georgetown gaining victories.East Coast vs East Bank at EnmoreBatting first, East Coast were kept to 152 all out in 46.1 overs, with only Kamesh Yadram making 33, and Amir Khan who top scored with 39 runs gaining himself the man-of-the-match title.Bowling for East Bank, Ronaldo Alimohammed and Trevon France picked up 3 wickets each.East Bank, in reply, fell for 127 in 39.5 overs, failing to chase a paltry total. Opener Trevon Griffith cracked 78, but was the only batsman to achieve double figures as the West Indies and Guyana pair of Bhaskar Yadram and Chandrapaul Hemraj grabbed 3 wickets each, while match MVP Khan and Gajanand Sukhanand chipped in with 2 apiece to cap an effective East Coast bowling outing.West Berbice vs Lower CorentyneOver at Albion ground, the star-studded Lower Corentyne won the toss and tookKemol Savoryfirst strike in a reduced 36-over match, which was due to moisture on the pitch. They ended on 166-7. Opening batsmen Jason Sinclair and Junior Sinclair produced 30 and 32 runs respectively, while National U19 player Kevlon Anderson made 17.Senior player and Man-of-the-match Jonathon Foo got his campaign off to a good start with a brisk 59 off 57 balls, as the classic bowling of the West Berbice attack was led by Guyana Jaguars’ pair of spinner Gudakesh Motie with 3-23 and pacer Keon Joseph 2-51.West Berbice, in their chase, crumbled to 163 despite knocks from national youth players Kevin Sinclair 30, Javid Karim 22, and top-scorer Andrew Dutchin with 35. Kassim Khan, Foo and Kelvin Umrao collected 3 wickets for 27, 32 and 29 respectively.Upper Corentyne vs GeorgetownDefending champs Georgetown were guided home safely by the senior pair of MVP Chris Barnwell and Skipper Leon Johnson. Inserted to bat, the Berbicians made 177 all out in 42.2 overs in a reduced 44 overs match. Half-centuries from Alex Algoo and Clinton Pestano, who made 50 and 51 respectively, along with 35 from Joshua Ramsammy, highlighted the batting.Bowling for Georgetown, Guyana Jaguars Franchise player and former Windies U19 captain Ramaal Lewis picked up 4-26 with his spin, as left-arm pacer Andre Stoll returned 2 wickets for 28. Windies U19 spinner Ashmead Nedd was alsoJonathan Fooamong the wickets with 2-31.The pugnacious Barnwell bullied the opposition with 83, while the more elegant left-handed Johnson constructed 70 as the champs found their way home with relative ease.West Demerara vs EssequiboOver at the Lusignan ground, Essequibo won the toss and chose to bat, whipping up a massive total of 217 all out in 48.5 overs. Academy player Kemol Savory top-scored with a brilliant century, while pacer Ronsford Beaton made 29, Chetram Persaud 22, and Kevon Boodie 23.Bowling for West Demerara, off-spinner Richie Looknauth snatched 3-39, Ewert Samuels 2-11, and Travis Persaud 2-50.West Demerara, in reply, fell cheaply for 127 in 38.5 overs, with former World Cup-winning wicket-keeper/batsman Tevin Imlach hitting a top-score of 37.Bowling for Essequibo, the spinners Anthony Adams and Ricardo Adams snared 3 each, while the younger of the Adams brothers, Akenie, with 2-9, starred in a classy effort. (Clifton Ross)
Performing will be jazz bands from La Serna, California, La Mirada, Santa Fe, Pioneer and Brea Olinda high schools. The bands will take the stage two at a time. A coin flip will determine which band plays first. After the two performances, the two bands will come together to play one last piece. “That’s the tradition and that’s the way we do it,” Nelson said. Terry Dawson, director for the Santa Fe High band, said his students are excited at the chance of showing off what they have been working on throughout the semester. Most of the bands on the bill have been preparing for the event since Christmas, local band leaders said. “The students look forward to it. It’s one of the highlights of the whole season,” Dawson said. This is the first year that bands from La Serna High and Pioneer High will be taking part in the event. After playing individually, both bands will come together to perform Harry James’s “Two O’Clock Jump.” “The students absolutely love it,” said Craig McKenzie, director of Pioneer High’s band. “It’s very easy to get the students motivated when you remind them that the battle of the bands is coming up. “They want to be their best because they know the audience is going be big – it’s all of Whittier,” he added. The Whittier Sunrise Rotary Club started the event seven years ago as a way to raise funds for its charitable activities, said Nelson. All the proceeds will be used to help music programs in local schools, as well as for other charitable activities. “It’s a win-win-win situation,” Nelson said. “The most important thing is that the kids get to perform for a very appreciative audience.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! WHITTIER – The glory days of the swing era will be revived Friday when six local high school jazz bands perform at a “Battle of the Bands.” But the concert, to be held at Whittier Area Community Church, is not really a battle in the strictest sense, organizers said. “Official winners are not part of the battle tradition,” said John Nelson, co-chairman of the event, which is presented by the Whittier Sunrise Rotary Club Foundation Inc. “There is no first, second or third. The competition is just the two bands sitting side by side, alternating pieces,” he said.
The team lacked Gor Mahia players who are preparing to face Algerian side USM Algier in the CAF Confederation Cup group D match.Full SquadGoalkeepersJohn Oyemba (Kariobangi Sharks), Timothy Odhiambo (Ulinzi Stars), Patrick Matasi (Posta Rangers).DefendersYusuf Mainge (AFC Leopards), Bolton Omwenga (Kariobangi Sharks), David Owino (Mathare United), Dennis Shikhayi (AFC Leopards), Michael Kibwage (AFC Leopards), Jockins Atudo (Posta Rangers), Johnstone Omurwa (Mathare United), Geoffrey Shiveka (Kariobangi Sharks), Moses Mudavadi (St Anthony Kitale), Robinson Kamura (AFC Leopards), Musa Mohamed (Unattached), Eric Ouma (KF Tirana, Albania).MidfieldersChrispin Oduor (Mathare United), Vincent Wasambo (Kariobangi Sharks), Cliff Nyakeya (Mathare United), Robert Arot (Nakuru All-Stars), Patillah Omotto (Kariobangi Sharks), Duncan Otieno (AFC Leopards), Marvin Omondi (AFC Leopards), Whyvonne Isuza (AFC Leopards), Jafari Odenyi (AFC Leopards).StrikersElvis Rupia (Nzoia Sugar), Pistone Mutamba (Wazito FC), Ovella Ochieng (Kariobangi Sharks).0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Musa Mohamed a former Gor Mahia skipper and Georgia based left-back Eric Ouma are among the seasoned players who trained on Tuesday morning in newly appointed Harambee Stars coach Sebastian Migne first session. Photo/RAYMOND MAKHAYANAIROBI, Kenya, May 15 – Defenders unattached Musa Mohamed and Georgia based Eric Ouma are among notable payers who reported to Harambee Stars training on Tuesday morning at the Camp Toyoyo Ground as head coach Sebastian Migne conducted his first session.The team held two training sessions ahead of upcoming international friendly matches in preparation for their second match in the 2018 African Cup of Nation qualifier where they host Ghana in September.
The agreement is raising questions from local officials and community activists, who have a long history of opposing the expansion of flights at Moffett Field, a historic airport that was once under the supervision of the U.S. Navy, but was transferred to NASA in 1994. “The Google flights represent the possibility that the camel’s nose is under the tent, and that NASA is looking at opening up the use of the runways to help pay for it,” said Lenny Siegel, director of the Pacific Studies Center, a local nonprofit group that over the years has opposed various proposed expansions of civilian flights at Moffett Field. “The majority of the people in the community are against that.” Siegel said he was hoping NASA would provide clear answers about the agreement. “If they are doing science missions, that’s OK,” Siegel said. “If they are doing it just because they are rich and popular, it is not OK.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SAN FRANCISCO – In the annals of perks enjoyed by America’s corporate executives, the founders of Google may have set a new standard: an uncrowded, federally managed runway for their private jet that is only a few minutes’ drive from their offices. For $1.3 million a year, Larry Page and Sergey Brin get to park their customized wide-body Boeing 767-200, as well as two other jets used by top Google executives, on Moffett Field, an airport run by NASA that is generally closed to private aircraft. It is a perk that is likely to turn other Silicon Valley tycoons green with envy as no other private jets have landing rights there. But it may not sit well with a community that generally considers itself proud to have Google in its midst. How did the two billionaires get such a coveted parking place for the jet, which is unusually large and rare by private jet standards? Officials at the Ames Research Center of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration said the agency signed a unique agreement last month that allows it to place scientific instruments and researchers on planes used by the Google founders. NASA gets to collect scientific data on some flights of those jets, which in addition to the Boeing 767-200 includes two Gulfstream V’s. “It was an opportunity for us to defray some of the fixed costs we have to maintain the airfield as well as to have flights of opportunity for our science missions,” said Steven Zornetzer, associate director for institutions and research at the Ames Center. “It seemed like a win-win situation.” NASA said it had already run one mission on one of the Gulfstream V’s, to observe the Aurigid meteor shower on Aug. 31. Moffett Field is nearly adjacent to Google’s Mountain View, Calif., headquarters, and the four-mile drive between the two locations takes just seven minutes, according to Google Maps. Other Silicon Valley executives have to fight traffic to get to their large jets parked at San Francisco or San Jose international airports or even farther away. Two private aviation industry executives said that parking two Gulfstream V’s at San Francisco or San Jose airports would cost between $240,000 and $360,000 a year, or more, depending on the parking location and the amount of fuel purchased. As for the Boeing, one of the executives, who asked not to be identified because his wealthy clients insist on privacy, said that most private jet facilities at large airports are not equipped to take in a jet that big. “It’s like if you lived in a condo and decided to own a semi,” he said.
A suspect wanted in the slaying of a man outside a Pico Rivera 7-Eleven last year is in custody, homicide investigators announced Tuesday. Michael Jaimez, 26, of Santa Fe Springs was apprehended after he fled police in Los Angeles when officers attempted to stop a vehicle for a traffic violation, police said. Jaimez and another passenger led police on a pursuit on the Long Beach (710) Freeway in the early morning hours of Feb. 23, said Los Angeles Police Department Officer Mark Phillips. As the vehicle fled from police, the occupants tossed two guns out of the car, Phillips said. Police used a spike strip to stop the car in Bakersfield. After arresting Jaimez, police discovered he was wanted in the Aug. 25, 2005, killing of Aron Adagio, 30, a videographer from Downey, who was shot outside the Pico Rivera 7-Eleven store. “We have a very strong case against Jaimez,” said Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Sgt. Alec MacArthur. Jaimez was allegedly shown on the store’s surveillance video on the night of the killing. He is seen buying a case of Budweiser beer just before the shooting. Jaimez and another suspect allegedly drove to the store in the 9300 block of Slauson Avenue early that morning. After buying beer, detectives allege that Jaimez shot Adagio in the head. Adagio also stopped at the store to buy beer. Jaimez allegedly fired shots at Adagio’s two friends, who escaped and later identified Jaimez as the shooter, said MacArthur. “We have no idea what the motive was,” MacArthur said. “It was a senseless shooting. That’s what makes it so cold-blooded.” Another suspect allegedly with Jaimez at the time of the shooting has been identified. Deanne Ariza, 22, of Santa Fe Springs turned herself in to authorities on Oct. 20, 2005, after surveillance photos were released. She is awaiting trial and has been charged with accessory to murder after the fact. She allegedly drove Jaimez to the 7-Eleven. Jaimez was arraigned in Whittier Court and has pleaded not guilty. He is being held in North County Correctional Facility on $2 million bail. firstname.lastname@example.org (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3026 AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Dancers and musicians at McCafferty’s Bar in Letterkenny.Dunkineely Community NotesWalking Group will be meeting Tuesday mornings at the Dunkineely Community Ltd offices/the Manse every Tuesday morning at 10am for a leisurely 40 minute stroll or 30 minute fast walk followed by a cuppa for those that want to.McIntyre’s Bar – Every Wednesday night have Traditional music from 10:00 pm, also Traditional music session in McIntyre’s Bar, Dunkineely on Sunday afternoon at 5:00pm. All musicians and singers welcome. Dunkineely & Bruckless Active Retirement Group begin meetings again on Wednesday September 17th in the GAA Clubrooms. New members are very welcome.Dunkineely Community Ltd (DCL) are having a soccer trip to the Finn Harps v Shelbourne match on Friday 26th September at 8pm.Bus to leave Dunkineely at 6.30pm. Cost: adults: €12 including bus and ticket price (under 14s: €4 – need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian).With thanks to SITT rural transport for grant for bus and Finn Harps for group rate ticket prices. Please contact DCL Office to book your place by Friday 19th September before 12noon. Dunkineely Community Ltd (DCL) are starting the following courses:Basic Computer course – 6 week course running one morning a week, starting Wednesday 17th September from 10am-12noon in Dunkineely Community Ltd offices in the Manse, Dunkineely. Course costs €30.Art Club – Individual taster evening Wed 17th Sept 7-9pm in the DCL offices. Course starts on 24th September. Bring own materials if preferred, 8 people per block. Course costs €30 for 8 sessions.Knit & Natter – Group will meet Thursday mornings from 10:30am-12noon starting Thursday 25th September in DCL offices. Course costs €30.For further information or to register for these courses contact the DCL office on 074 9737678 and also find us on Facebook. Dunkineely Community Ltd (DCL) is considering running two of the following courses to be part funded by the ETB: Calligraphy with Janet Deane, Carpentry: Turning old pallets into something useful, Interior Decorating/Upcycling, Creel-making or First Aid. Please contact the DCL office on 9737678 if you would like to show interest – we will run with the two most popular courses.Belated thanks from Dunkineely, Killaghtee and Bruckless Festival Sub-committee to the following: Byrne’s Meats, Floyd’s Mace, Meehan’s Dismantlers and DMC Jason Shovelin (for full list of thanks see www.dunkineelycommunity.net or last week’s paper).Dunkineely Community Ltd (DCL) – Has a library of over 500 books from Children’s Literature, Teenage Fiction (The Fault in our stars), Classics (Jane Austen – Pride and Prejudice), Horror, Comedy, Booker-Prize etc. Rent a book from just 20c.Come into the office weekday mornings from 9:30 am – 12:30 pm and use the Internet (20c per half hour) or print or photocopy documents (20c per page). DD LOCAL: TRADITIONAL IRISH MUSIC SESSIONS AT MCINTYRE’S BAR DUNKINEELY was last modified: September 8th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:DD LocalDunkineelyFeaturesnews
Minister Joe McHugh has launched a Safety Training extension to National Fisheries College in Greencastle.Minister McHugh said he was delighted to see first-hand the expert training BIM provides in the National Fisheries College in Greencastle and to meet the students that represent a bright future for our important fishing sector.“Our fishing sector is the lifeblood of many communities in Donegal and Greencastle in particular. Worth over €850 million annually, the Irish Seafood Industry has made significant changes in recent years to take advantage of the clear market demand for quality seafood at home and on our key markets. It employs 11,000 people, both directly and indirectly and is now recognised as the sector within our ‘Blue Economy’ that offers the most immediate potential for growth. “To realise this potential, Minister Coveney launched the first tranche of European Maritime Fisheries Fund in January. The schemes, to be administered by BIM, will provide an investment of €142 million to the industry over the next four years which is a positive development for the entire industry.“This investment will deliver greater added value, innovation, training and sustainability supports to the sector which will in return contribute increased employment and revenue to our coastal communities.”BIM plan to invest €1.5 million to build a Sea Survival Training Centre here on this site in Greencastle.The National Fisheries College in Greencastle.The new centre will include a state of the art simulator pool that can reproduce extreme weather conditions so fishermen can experience what it is really like to be faced with an emergency at sea. “I would again like to congratulate BIM on the exemplary training service they provide to the industry. This new development will deliver a bespoke training service to our fishermen and a safer industry as a result.”Also attending the launch, Fine Gael Councillor Bernard McGuinness, “I am delighted to attend today’s launch, the safety of our fishermen is of paramount importance and with additional training and innovation, the benefit to the industry is undeniable. I also want to commend Minister Coveney, and BIM on their excellent work in this area and highlight my support for this investment into our fishing sector, which plays such a vital role in Donegal.”MINISTER LAUNCHES SAFETY TRAINING EXTENSION AT GREENCASTLE COLLEGE was last modified: February 15th, 2016 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)