WESTERN BUREAU:Baca Star United prevailed in a 3-2 penalty shoot-out to win the Trelawny FA Knockout title over Harmony FC on Saturday at the Elliston Wakeland Centre.The teams had to settle for the dreaded spot kicks to determine the outcome of a spirited final, which had plenty of twists along the way, but it was particularly a sweet win for Baca Star, which signalled their recent appetite for the big occasions with yet another victory.Harmony grabbed the lead in the 35th minute through Kevin Woollery, the midfielder firing home to complete a sweeping move.Baca Star responded in typical fashion in the second half. Hosawani Mendez’s free kick was too good for the Harmony FC goalkeeper in the 51st minute of play.With neither team able to break the 1-1 stalemate after regulation and extra time, they had to settle for the penalty route.Captain Ziddane France, Nichoy Campbell and Shane Brown scored for Baca Star, while Shaquelle Reid and Fitzroy Shirley converted for Harmony, giving the Cassman Williams-coached Baca Star the title.
Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs The result meant the Busmen remained ahead in the title race with 42 points, while Kaya took its tally to 33 points.The two teams square off anew on Wednesday with a win by Ceres putting the Busmen closer to the crown.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Trump assembles a made-for-TV impeachment defense team Kaya seemed headed to a stunning win at home when Senegalese striker Robert Lopez Mendy beat Toni Doblas with an elegant chip off a fine ball from Joven Bedic.“We thought the three points were in the bag, but I’m still happy with the work rate the players put into this game,” said Kaya coach Noel Marcaida.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’Doblas was forced to an early save by Mendy from long range, before the Spanish stopper denied Masa Omura’s close range header. On the other end, Takumi Uesato tested Villanueva with a snapshot in the 26th minute.The Busmen had a penalty appeal waived off late in the first half when Stephan Schrock was brought down inside the area as the opening 45 minutes ended up goalless. In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Kevin Ingreso snatched a late equalizer as Ceres-Negros kept its nine-point lead at the top of the Philippines Football League following another 1-1 stalemate with Kaya FC Iloilo on Saturday at Iloilo Sports Complex.The Filipino international rifled a perfect free kick to the top corner from 20 yards out that left Kaya keeper Ace Villanueva with no chance six minutes from time as the Busmen salvaged a point in the battle of the top league’s two teams.ADVERTISEMENT Rules of engagement Report: Disney dropping the ‘Fox’ from movie studio names MOST READ LATEST STORIES View comments Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Putin’s, Xi’s ruler-for-life moves pose challenges to West Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil 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
Ronaldo’s first was a penalty that took him to 100 Champions League goals as a Real player, cancelling out Adrien Rabiot’s opener for PSG.He then struck the second in the 83rd minute before a Marcelo strike gave the reigning European champions a two-goal advantage ahead of the return leg of their last-16 tie on March 6.Ronaldo admitted that the penalty that allowed his side to draw level just on the stroke of half-time was crucial.“We knew Paris were a very dangerous side, especially up front with the three strikers they have, but we knew we had to press them,” he added.“I think we sat back a bit more in the second half, but we played better, had more chances and scored two more goals.“Today things worked out for me — I scored twice and helped the team to win, but we know the tie is not finished yet. We need to win there too.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000100 goals: Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 100th Champions League goal for Real © AFP / CHRISTOPHE SIMONMADRID, Spain, Feb 15 – Cristiano Ronaldo was delighted at the manner in which Real Madrid kept going to beat Paris Saint-Germain 3-1 with two late goals in Wednesday’s Champions League showdown.“It was a very important victory. We started the match well but then conceded the goal. But this is the Champions League and Real Madrid know from experience that games last 90 minutes and here at home we wanted a good result,” the Portuguese superstar told UEFA.com after picking up his man of the match award for scoring a brace.
By Brian Dohn STAFF WRITER Along with the usual Sunday team meeting and several meetings involving coaches and UCLA individual players, the Bruins held a players-only meeting to discuss Saturday’s surreal 38-point loss at Utah. The topics discussed included accountability and leadership as the Bruins look to regroup before Saturday’s Pacific-10 home game against Washington. “We talked about leadership, and how everybody has to buy into the program,” Bruins receiver Brandon Breazell said. “There was a moment where everyone was looking at their wrist bands (which has a team goal imprinted in them), to know what you’re working for. We have to put in extra work this week and play like this could be your last moment. “And you have to believe it. You have to believe in the guy next to you.” With 20 returning starters and 23 scholarship seniors, UCLA was supposed to be beyond such colossal collapses, which seem to happen once a season. But many of the Bruins said they took Utah, which was 0-2, lightly. “It’s necessary (to have a players-only meeting) after a loss like that because your team can go in different ways,” senior strong safety Chris Horton said. “Everyone can be sitting around, moping around about what happened Saturday, but we’re not going to let that happen. We have a lot to play for.” UCLA injury update An MRI showed Bruins starting left guard Shannon Tevaga suffered a mild tear of the medial collateral ligament in his right knee, and he is expected to miss the next two games. He could return Oct. 6 against Notre Dame. With Tevaga out, P.J. Irvin is in line to make his first career start. Coach Karl Dorrell said strong side linebacker Aaron Whittington will be held out because he sustained concussions in successive games. Kyle Bosworth will start in his place. Dorrell said that if receiver Marcus Everett (ankle) was limited or could not play, Osaar Rasshan would get more time. Markey’s mystery start After rushing for 1,109 yards and averaging 4.9 yards per carry last season, Bruins tailback Chris Markey has gained 153 yards in three games and is averaging 3.3 yards per carry. The lack of production has led to questions as to whether the fractured foot Markey suffered in the spring is healed. “He’s not banged up,” Dorrell said. “I know that he’s working hard and trying hard. I think at times he probably presses a little bit because of him wanting to make plays for the offense.” Price is right at last UCLA freshman defensive tackle Brian Price had his transcripts validated by the NCAA Clearinghouse and was deemed eligible by the NCAA. He may play a small role Saturday. Around the nation Arizona: Four little-used reserves were arrested on suspicion of underage drinking on Friday, police said. Arkansas: Defensive tackle Ernest Mitchell has been suspended for Saturday night’s game against No. 21 Kentucky due to unsportsmanlike behavior in Saturday’s loss at Alabama. Northern Illinois: Demetrius Jones, the Notre Dame quarterback who lost the starting position after a poor performance in the season opener, expects to play next season at Northern Illinois following his decision to transfer. Kentucky: The SEC fined Kentucky $25,000 for violating league policy about keeping fans off the playing field following the Wildcats’ 40-34 victory over Louisville on Saturday. Texas: Three Longhorns suspended for the first three games have been reinstated and should be available to play Saturday against Rice, Coach Mack Brown said. Sophomore linebacker Sergio Kindle and junior defensive end Henry Melton were suspended after summer drunken driving arrests. Wide receiver Billy Pittman was suspended after the school determined he received improper benefits for the use of a friend’s car. The Associated Press contributed to this report.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.He grabbed his camera and headed to the shore, where he saw the couple holding each other near the surf. His photo, titled “Tragedy by the Sea,” appeared on the newspaper’s front page the next day. Pulitzer judges called it “poignant and profoundly moving.” Despite the honor, Gaunt’s daughter said the image “was hard for him to bear.” He had a 3-year-old child of his own at the time, and although he didn’t know the couple he knew others who did. According to the Times, Gaunt was born June 4, 1924, in Syracuse, N.Y., and his family moved to Southern California when Gaunt was an infant. A Redondo Union High graduate, Gaunt grew up in Hermosa Beach. He worked on the school newspaper and contributed photographs to the Daily Breeze. By The Associated Press DESERT HOT SPRINGS – John L. Gaunt, a retired Los Angeles Times photographer who won a Pulitzer Prize for his heartbreaking picture of a young couple embracing by the sea after discovering their 19-month-old son had drowned, has died of congestive heart failure. He was 83. Gaunt died Friday at a hospice, his daughter Jane Gaunt said. According to the Times, Gaunt was at his Hermosa Beach home on April 3, 1954, when he heard a neighbor shout, “Something’s happening on the beach.” Gaunt, known as “Jack” to friends and colleagues, worked at the Times for 38 years until retiring in 1988. Had he still been working, he told his daughter earlier in the week, he would have hoped to be photographing Southern California’s wildfires. Gaunt is also survived by another daughter, Abigail Gaunt of Cleveland.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Brave: Dani spoke out after sentenceA WOMAN whose ex-boyfriend beat her for 90 minutes and was given a Community Service Order as punishment has revealed how she challenged the judge after the case.Danielle Kerrigan (pictured right) told Donegal Daily how she waited until after the court hearing to challenge Circuit Court judge John O’Hagan. Eamonn Harkin, 24, from St Eunan’s Terrace in Raphoe beat Danielle Kerrigan black and blue for 90 minutes and only stopped to get a drink of water.Harkin, 24, escaped jail last November after being convicted of the assault in February, 2010 for which he served 240 hours community service. He spent two weeks in jail awaiting sentence.Harkin has been back in court again facing charges that he assaulted William O’Donnell, Mr Kerrigan’s new boyfriend.Letterkenny District Court heard Harkin was ‘traumatised’ because of Donegal Daily’s reporting of the case last November.Judge Paul Kelly fined Harkin €250 for assaulting Mr O’Donnell and €200 for failing to give his name and address to Gardai. He was also bound to the peace for two years.Today Danielle revealed she had spoken to Judge O’Hagan after the November case.“I did ask Judge O’Hagan after my court case in November about the sentence. He told me that he felt 240 hours community service was enough for the crime as well as Mr Harkin doing two weeks in jail,” said Danielle.“We went to the District Court this time and we knew ourselves he wasn’t going to go to jail but we are glad that we got him convicted! He got more of a punishment for punching my boyfriend than for the attack on me.”The Raphoe woman paid tribute to the community in the town for their support.Harkin: Convicted of assault again“Their support has been one of the things that has gotten us through these past three years,” she said.“However I had to say that my experience of the courts has not been good in my opinion. Women find it hard to speak out – but you have to stand up to bullies,” she added.ASSAULT VICTIM: ‘I CHALLENGED JUDGE OVER COMMUNITY SERVICE SENTENCE’ was last modified: June 22nd, 2017 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:ASSAULT VICTIM: ‘I CHALLENGED JUDGE OVER COMMUNITY SERVICE SENTENCE’
Bridgid Mc Dyre winner of the Donegal’s best supporter pictured with Donegal Creameries Headquarters at Crossroads Killygordan with the Anglo Celt Cup. Photo Cristeph/Brian McDaidA young Dungloe woman has been crowned Donegal’s ultimate GAA fan!Bridget McDyer won the competition which was run by Donegal Creameries.Bridget was chosen from hundreds of Facebook and email entries from Donegal GAA fans across the county who support their county and local team through thick and thin, people who never miss an opportunity to cheer from the side-lines. The story of Bridget’s dedication to the Donegal team inspired the public to vote for her and other short-listed nominees on Donegal Creameries’ ‘Daisi’ Facebook page by ‘liking’ their stories.Bridgid Mc Dyre winner of the Donegal’s best supporter pictured with Donegal’s Martin Reilly and Asst Donegal Manager John Duffy pictured as they celebrate with the Anglo Celt Cup when they met up at Principal Sponsor Donegal Creameries Headquarters at the Crossroad, Killygordan. The are pictured with Donegal Creameries representative Breege Linsay Photo Cristeph/Brian McDaidShe made it through to the last five competition contenders thanks to the public vote where her entry then impressed the judges out of the final five finalists.Nominated by her father, 15 year old Bridget impressed the panel with her devotion to Donegal GAA.She started going to football matches at the age of four with her uncles and she hardly missed a game since, even at the expense of family occasions such as her parents’ 30th wedding anniversary and numerous family weddings. Last year, Bridget competed in the All-Ireland Track and Field Athletics Competition in Tullamore in Co. Offaly and she had barely finished her event when she made a dash to Clones for the Ulster Final.She literally wears her heart on her sleeve as nearly every outfit has the Donegal crest on it, she prides herself on wearing the county colours and all through her state exams Bridget wore a different Donegal jersey each day to bring her luck!Speaking about winning the competition Bridget said “I am delighted to have won ‘Donegal’s Biggest GAA Fan’ because my life revolves around the team and I never miss a game!“When I looked at the other nominees on the Daisi Facebook page, I saw that I am not alone with the love for Donegal GAA! I was up against some really stiff competition so I am really honoured to have won! I hope some of my luck rubs off on the Donegal team now as they progress through the championship- that would be the ultimate prize!”As the winner of ‘Donegal’s Biggest GAA Fan’, Bridget has received an amazing VIP package which included an overnight stay for two people in the team’s hotel the night before the Ulster Final. A meet-and-greet and photo opportunity with Jim McGuiness and some of the players ahead of the Ulster Final and a pair of tickets to all of Donegal’s remaining matches of the 2014season. Bridget also received a framed, signed jersey and two of the new team jerseys.BRIDGET IS CROWNED DONEGAL’S ULTIMATE GAA FAN! was last modified: July 31st, 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:Bridget McDyerDonegal CreameriesDonegal GAAdungloe
St. Louis quickly moved past overmatched San Diego, advancing to the NL championship series for the second straight season and fourth time in six years after finishing a NLDS sweep late Saturday night. They’ll meet Houston, which eliminated Atlanta on Sunday, in the NLCS beginning Wednesday in St. Louis. “We’ve got a great club,” Carpenter said. “We’ve got to continue to play the way we’ve been playing in this series to continue to move on. We’ve got some quality guys here. We played quality games. We went out and swung the bats early.” SAN DIEGO – Chris Carpenter stood soaked with champagne in the St. Louis clubhouse as he reeled off everything the Cardinals are doing right this postseason. They jumped to big leads in all three first-round games against San Diego. Carpenter and the other starters were superb and the bullpen sealed it each time. The defense turned enough double plays that the Padres never found any kind of offensive groove. Sanders’ bases-loaded, two-run double came four batters later, and just like that the Cardinals had taken a 5-0 lead. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 This St. Louis team has long considered itself a World Series contender, especially hungry for another shot at winning it all after being swept by the Boston Red Sox last October. Only two St. Louis players have rings: Reggie Sanders with Arizona in 2001 and David Eckstein in 2002 with the Angels. Both played key roles in Saturday’s 7-4, NLDS-clinching win at Petco Park. The 37-year-old Sanders, in the postseason for the fifth time in six years, set an NLDS record with 10 RBI. Eckstein hit a two-run homer that just cleared the left-field fence in the second inning Saturday – his first career postseason home run in 22 games.
A Donegal-based doll-making business is celebrating its second anniversary – and we have a collection of three of its wonderful dolls to give away free to one Donegal Daily reader.Arklu, which is based in the CoLab at LYIT in Letetrkenny, makes the very cool Lottie doll. The brainchild of Donegal native Ian Harkin and business partner Lucie Follett, Lottie made her first appearance in 2012 as the first ever ‘pro-girl’ doll, promoted as a positive role model for children, addressing parental issues linked to raising girls in modern society.The new Lottie doll is seen as a safe doll for Donegal childrenThis milestone not only celebrates two years in business for the start-up, it also highlights the notable progress of the brand to date. Arklu currently employ 5 people in Letterkenny, with plans to grow this to 10 employees by the New Year.Since her introduction to the market two years ago, Lottie has won 19 awards, received approval and praise from parents, professionals and campaigners alike, and is sold in over 30 countries across the globe.In the US market Lottie is now stocked in Toys R Us, Barnes and Nobel (book chain), FAO Schwartz (New York), Hallmark (card retailer), as well as over 700 independent stores (plus via Amazon). So, whether in the UK or across the water, Lottie is beginning to fill the void that had previously existed for a considered choice of doll! Managing Director of Arklu Ian Harkin comments: “We are delighted to celebrate our second anniversary. The doll category is widely recognised as the most competitive category within the toy industry, so to be able to get a foothold in the industry in such a short period of time is extremely rewarding. We won’t be resting though, with six new products launching in the coming months and a further nine in January 2015.“We’ve worked to develop Lottie’s character and world which we’ll be sharing through a series of six chapter books launching in spring 2015. We have recently finished a short animation which we will be pitching to broadcasters in Cartoon Forum in France next month.”Having previously garnered worldwide acclaim and awards based on product quality and innovation as well as its principle, Lottie is addressing the issues raised by parent’s one doll at a time!The dolls themselves were developed for children aged 3-9. Lottie is a fun, educational and an aspirational doll which represents a real little girl, one who doesn’t wear make-up or jewellery and can stand on her own two feet. Lottie was designed alongside child psychologists and nutrition experts to sculpt a doll with a body proportionate to the average 9-year old.The Lottie motto is ‘Be Bold, Be Brave, Be You!’ which the brand strive to put across in all of their efforts, be it dolls, animations or books, watch this space for future Lottie innovations and visit Facebook and Twitter for news and competitions.To win a choice of THREE Lottie dolls, simply answer this question – Where in Donegal is Arklu based? Simply email your answers to email@example.com COMPETITION: WIN A CHOICE OF THREE FREE LOTTIE DOLLS! was last modified: August 27th, 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:ARKLUcompetitionDonegal DailyLottie dolls
Katie Hurst capped another impressive season in track and field over the weekend, placing seventh at the CIF State Championships in Clovis.It was the third straight appearance at the prestigious meet for the Fortuna junior, who placed in the top three in each of the past two seasons.“She jumped really well,” Fortuna co-head coach Norm Sotomayor said.Hurst cleared 5-feet-8 in Saturday’s finals, a season best and the same mark that earned her a second-place finish in 2017. The mark …