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Let’s get Talking Galway To Host Special Coffee Morning with Liam McCarthy This FridayLet’s get Talking Galway To Host Special Coffee Morning with Liam McCarthy This Friday

first_imgLet’s Get Talking Galway Counselling Psychotherapy Support provides Counselling and Psychotherapy Services and Jocelyn Cunningham, Elaine Ryan and Davy Glennon joined John in Studio to talk about the event.Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. The Mental Health Counseling Service Lets Get Talking Galway Will Host A Special Coffee Morning With The Liam McCarthy Cup this Friday Morning In The 1520 Bar on Quay Street from 11am-1pm. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

Locals at the finish line at Poricy runLocals at the finish line at Poricy run

first_imgPoricy Park Conservatory’s annual Trail Run was held in Middletown in conjunction with the Jersey Shore Running Club on a brisk Dec. 6. MIDDLETOWN — The Poricy Park Conservancy held its annual Trail Run on Saturday, Dec. 6, in cooperation with the Jersey Shore Running Club. Locals made a strong showing among the winners for the different races, and included the following: Matthew Schaad of West Belmar, first place, 5K male, 19:30; Victoria Coglanese, Middletown, first place, 5K female, 24:24; Kyle Shaughnessy, Howell, first place, 5-mile male, 33:39; Lauren Rhatigan, Ship Bottom, first place, 5-mile female, 36:43; Sammi Shekian, Middletown, first place, 2K, 14:44; Alexis Mason, Middletown, second place, 2K, 14:46; and Cassie Kokulak, Middletown, third place, 2K, 24:19. For a complete list of finishers and photos for each race, visit The Poricy Park Conservancy is a nonprofit organization that supports Poricy Park in Middletown, a 250-acre historical and nature site that includes a one-of-a-kind 70 million-year-old Cretaceous fossil bed. For more information, visit at the Web site or call 732-842-5966.last_img read more

Tusker set for Europe pre-season campTusker set for Europe pre-season camp

first_img“We are talking to some people in Turkey and some in Asia to see the possibility of giving the team an opportunity to train there for two or three weeks because they have better facilities than us. It will be a great avenue for the team to gel especially with new players we want to bring on board and I hope that will be the beginning of new things to come,” Obiny disclosed.“We have been going round talking to other clubs on how they have succeeded and whether we can borrow a leaf from them. They have enlightened us on what we should do and we are trying with our little resources to see what we can achieve.”This will be the first time in a long time a Kenyan club will be going out of the continent for a training camp. This year, Tusker had their pre-season camp in Uganda where they played against several top flight sides, one factor that has been credited for their success this season.Obiny has admitted it will be tough for them next season especially defending their titles, but remains confident the team has the ability to do it.-Preparations-Tusker FC head coach Paul Nkata with the Kenyan Premier League trophy.PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaHead Coach Paul Nkata believes the side’s performance in 2017 will be hugely dependant on how well they will have prepared.“It is a tough call next season for us. Definitely, we have to prepare better and having camps outside the country is a huge thing for the club. Hopefully we will be better with that kind of training,” Nkata added.Meanwhile, the club has landed their first transfer acquisition with out-of-contract Thika United defender Vincent Omumbo joining the Ruaraka based club on a two-year deal. The club is also chasing for the signature of Ugandan midfielder Sadam Juma who plays at Express FC.“We have held talks with the club and though there is nothing concrete at the moment, I am positive we will have fruitful talks in the coming days. He is a very good midfielder, aggressive and with a keen eye on goal. I know he is going to be a huge signing for us if we get him,” Obiny said.-Ssempala to Vietnam-Tusker FC players celebrate Shafik Batambuze’s winner at the Afraha Stadium in nakuru. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluThe club might also lose another Ugandan midfielder Hashim Ssempala who is currently on trials in Vietnam. Obiny says if the player who joined Tusker in June impresses his suitors, then they will give him an opportunity to leave.The club is also in search of a striker with sources close to Capital Sport intimating they are directing their eyes to West Africa.“We need a very good striker who can complement Allan Wanga. I think that was one area last season in which we struggled in a bit. We are not intending to sign many players. Just three and we are good to go. Overall we have a very good squad,” the official complemented.He also added they will give head coach Nkata everything he requires to make the team stronger, adding they kept faith in him when nobody else gave him a chance when he was hired from Muhoroni Youth in January.“No one gave him a chance when he came and everyone was saying he cannot make it. We talked to him and assured him of our support and that is why we are where we are today,” Obiny added.The team is expected to resume training on December 27.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Tusker FC team lifting the 2016 Kenyan Premier title after beating Gor Mahia 1-0 on the final day at the Nyayo National Stadium.PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaNAIROBI, Kenya, Dec 9 – Kenyan Premier League and GOtv Shield champions Tusker FC are planning for a pre-season training camp in Europe or Asia as they prepare for a return to the CAF Champions League next season as well as the defence of their twin titles.Tusker Chief Executive Officer Charles Obiny disclosed to Capital Sport they are in talks with several clubs as they seek to move an inch higher and give the players a tougher and better stage of training ahead of an expected uphill season.last_img read more

Aubameyang hat-trick sends Dortmund throughAubameyang hat-trick sends Dortmund through

first_imgThe Gabon hot-shot has now scored seven times in his last three games and has seven Champions League goals in as many matches this season.He is on 28 goals for the season as Dortmund reached the last eight in Europe for the first time since 2013/14.But it fell to US international Pulisic, who only turns 19 in September, to net the Germans’ crucial second on 59 minutes, which put Dortmund ahead for the first time on aggregate.Pulisic, in for injured Germany winger Marco Reus, claimed his first Champions League goal and set up Aubameyang’s opening goal in an impressive all-round display.After Kostas Mitroglou sealed Benfica’s 1-0 first-leg victory, Dortmund took just four minutes to cancel out the advantage.Ousmane Dembele’s corner was flicked on by Pulisic to Aubameyang, who headed home at the far post to delight the sell-out Signal Iduna Park crowd.It was redemption for the Gabon striker, who had a night to forget in the first leg, missing four clear chances including a penalty in Lisbon.After a strong start from the hosts, Benfica clawed their way back with captain Luisao heading straight at Dortmund goalkeeper Roman Burki from a free-kick midway through the half.Dembele showed his youth, needlessly picking up a booking from English referee Martin Atkinson late in the first half for bitterly complaining after conceding a free-kick with a push on Andreas Samaris.Benfica grew in confidence as the half wore on and Dortmund’s defence wobbled, but it finished 1-0 at the break.Dortmund had a big let-off soon after when Lukasz Piszczek failed with a clearance, which Franco Cervi snapped up on the edge of the box, but his shot was blocked.Aubameyang then squandered three golden chances at close range before Pulisic finally got the breakthrough.The US starlet chipped his shot over the advancing Ederson on 59 minutes after Piszczek’s superb pass into the area.Aubameyang grabbed his second just two minutes later when he stabbed home Marcel Schmelzer’s pass.He hit his third goal of the night on 85 minutes when Erik Durm’s run and cross from the right handed him a simple tap-in.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Dortmund’s forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (L) celebrates scoring the opening goal with his teammates during the UEFA Champions League Round of 16, 2nd-leg football match Borussia Dortmund v SL Benfica in Dortmund, western Germany on March 8, 2017© dpa/AFP Bernd ThissenDORTMUND, Germany, March 8 – A hat-trick by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Christian Pulisic’s dazzling display fired Borussia Dortmund into the Champions League quarter-finals with a 4-0 thrashing of Benfica on Wednesday.The result saw Dortmund win the round-of-16 tie 4-1 on aggregate after Aubameyang’s early goal cancelled out Borussia’s 1-0 defeat in Lisbon last month.last_img read more

`Eddie Haskell’ suing SAG`Eddie Haskell’ suing SAG

first_imgOsmond contended that SAG collected the funding on behalf of himself and other actors without obtaining their permission. The actor who played Eddie Haskell on TV’s “Leave It to Beaver” is suing the Screen Actors Guild, claiming the union is sitting on $8.1 million it collected from foreign royalties and should distribute to actors. The suit filed Tuesday in Los Angeles County Superior Court by Ken Osmond accused SAG of unjust enrichment and violations of the state’s business code. It seeks class-action status on behalf of at least 30,000 actors and others. A call to a SAG spokeswoman seeking comment was not immediately returned Wednesday. Osmond contends that since at least 1996, SAG has collected royalties for use of TV and movie productions outside the U.S. in the form of levies for video rentals, private copying, cable transmissions and other uses of the productions. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Montebello leaders take ethics course as part of new lawMontebello leaders take ethics course as part of new law

first_img 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! MONTEBELLO – Montebello city officials underwent a mandatory ethics class recently as part of a new law aimed at curbing local government corruption. Otherwise known as the “Sunshine Law,” AB 1234 was authored by state Assemblyman Simon Salinas in an effort to shed light on the activities of local government and to educate officials on the current rules of ethics. “There was no requirement for folks in special districts or local government to receive ethics training when they were appointed or elected,” said Frank Molina, chief of staff for Salinas. “What prompted it was that here some members of the Sacramento Suburban Water District misused taxpayers’ money. Some were criminally prosecuted. “A lot of cities provide guidelines, but no requirements for training. Even if a lot of it is common sense, if they don’t know the rules, then we need legislation to provide those guidelines.” The three main areas addressed by the law include compensation to government officials for attending meetings, restrictions on business-related expenses, and provisions for providing ethics training sessions. For example, Montebello’s March 1 study session reviewed ethics issues such as conflict-of-interest laws, gifts and honoraria, use of public funds, competitive bidding issues and rules for mass mailings. The session was conducted by City Attorney Marco Martinez and his associate Daniel Ballin, both from the Best Best and Kreiger law firm, which is training officials from 25 area cities and several water and community service districts. In attendance were all five council members, the city administrator and all 21 city commissioners. The new law does not change California’s 1953 Ralph M. Brown Act, which addresses the public’s participation and access to local and county government activities, said Molina. What’s new is the requirement that officials in all “legislative bodies” be trained on the details of the Brown Act and rules about the appropriate use of public money. The training must be completed by the end of this year, he said. Once local officials have received training this year, they must complete refresher courses once every two years, said Ballin. Officials whose terms will expire this year are exempt. The Brown Act defines legislative bodies as governing bodies, or any board, commission or committee created by formal action of the governing body. “Basically, it looked at abuses and inappropriate expenditures by city officials,” said Councilman Bill Molinari. “I think it’s totally appropriate. “For a while, we had people racking up cell phone bills of hundreds of dollars. It’s just common sense to eliminate those things. City council members don’t need a city paid cell phone.” (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3029last_img read more

Lampard re-joins Chelsea! Blues legend is back… but only for coaching badgesLampard re-joins Chelsea! Blues legend is back… but only for coaching badges

first_imgFrank Lampard has re-joined his former club Chelsea – but only to complete his coaching badges as he ponders his next move in football.Lampard called time on his illustrious playing career last week after turning down offers to return to the Premier League.He made 649 appearances for Chelsea and won 106 England caps.He won three Premier League titles, the Champions League, four FA Cups, two League Cups and the Europa League.And Chelsea are keen to avoid the embarrassment faced by London rivals Arsenal who allowed club legend Patrick Vieira to join Manchester City, according to the Daily Mail.Lampard spent a season at the Etihad, before moving to New York City in the MLS for a year, but the Blues have made sure Lampard is made welcome back at their Cobham training base.Lampard is working on his B Licence, before he can move onto the UEFA A or Pro Licence. 1last_img read more

Every Premier League club’s bogey team in the top-flight revealedEvery Premier League club’s bogey team in the top-flight revealed

first_img 20 Watford have experienced the highest loss rate against Everton (76 per cent) West Ham United have experienced the highest loss rate against Huddersfield Town (55 per cent) 20 20 20 20 20 Burnley have experienced the highest loss rate against Arsenal (48 per cent) Liverpool have experienced the highest loss rate against Huddersfield Town (40 per cent) Leicester City have experienced the highest loss rate against Manchester United (51 per cent) 20 West Bromwich Albion have experienced the highest loss rate against Arsenal (51 per cent) 20 Bournemouth have experienced the highest loss rate against Arsenal and Manchester City (83 per cent) Swansea City have experienced the highest loss rate against Manchester City (68 per cent) Newcastle United have experienced the highest loss rate against Bournemouth (56 per cent) Chelsea have experienced the highest loss rate against Liverpool (43 per cent) 20 Huddersfield have experienced the highest loss rate against Arsenal (45 per cent) 20 Everton have experienced the highest loss rate against Arsenal (50 per cent) 20 20 Stoke City have experienced the highest loss rate against Arsenal (53 per cent) Manchester United have experienced the highest loss rate against Watford (36 per cent) 20 Brighton and Hove Albion have experienced the highest loss rate against Chelsea (78 per cent) 20 20 Every football club has a bogey team.There’s always that one specific side they can never seem to beat. Even when your heroes seem set to register a victory, defeat to your bogey team will come out of nowhere.It’s one of those strange unwritten laws of football which cannot be explained, even by the most scientific of minds at OPTA and beyond.But which Premier League club does your favourite team have the highest loss rate against?Those with the biggest brains at have been crunching the numbers and you can find out the results by clicking the right arrow above… 20 Arsenal have experienced the highest loss rate against Watford (44 per cent) – Click the right arrow above to see your side’s bogey team… 20 20 Tottenham Hotspur have experienced the highest loss rate against Manchester United (48 per cent) 20 20 Manchester City have experienced the highest loss rate against Arsenal (50 per cent) Crystal Palace have experienced the highest loss rate against Manchester United (67 per cent) Southampton have experienced the highest loss rate against Manchester United (52 per cent) last_img read more