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first_img Jamie Crowe* Lamar Gr. 3.77 Kinesiology Irene Akwitti2 Abilene Christian Sr. 3.77 Nursing Ryan Simmons3 Abilene Christian Gr. 3.86 Accounting Megan Kirby Abilene Christian So. 3.00 Social Studies Dominique Allen* Incarnate Word Jr. 3.67 Rehabilitative Sciences Kai Schmidt*2 Abilene Christian Gr. 3.62 Accounting Migle Muraskaite* Lamar So. 3.50 Exercise Science Garett Cortez*3 Incarnate Word Sr. 3.86 Sports Management Taylor Posey Abilene Christian Sr. 3.83 Nursing Erin Woodward Central Arkansas Jr. 4.00 Health Sciences – PT Drake Murphy* Stephen F. Austin Sr. 3.31 Kinesiology Grace Walford Southeastern Louisiana Jr. 3.83 Elementary Education Jordan Cherin Incarnate Word Jr. 3.96 Computer Information Systems Jaron Hamilton Central Arkansas Jr. 3.82 Exercise Science Name School Cl. GPA Major Ryan Linton* Abilene Christian Sr. 3.00 Nursing Deion Hardy Incarnate Word Sr. 3.10 Business Kendall Rodriguez Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Sr. 4.00 Accounting Jillian Turner Stephen F. Austin Sr. 3.50 Kinesiology Nemanja Koviljac2 McNeese Jr. 3.97 Engineering Matt Arnold* Lamar Gr. 3.66 Kinesiology Jamie Eckford2 Sam Houston State Sr. 3.33 Health Sciences Kelsey Frank* Northwestern State Sr. 3.07 Social Work Clayton Fritsch Sam Houston State Jr. 3.17 Agriculture Business Callie Scull Nicholls Sr. 3.90 Biology/Pre-Med Gerald Coleman Southeastern Louisiana Jr. 3.60 Sports Management Aleyah Donald McNeese Jr. 3.15 Criminal Justice Christos Zachariou Houston Baptist Jr. 4.00 Psychology Bjoern Adden Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Jr. 3.96 Business Management Kelsey Ramirez* Stephen F. Austin So. 4.00 Kinesiology Sierra Pruitt Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Jr. 3.55 Psychology 2019 Southland Conference Women’s Track & Field All-Academic Team Ana Kriletic*3^ Houston Baptist Sr. 4.00 Psychology Carnley Graham3 Abilene Christian Sr. 3.89 Nursing Deja Keys* Incarnate Word Jr. 3.40 Criminal Justice Joshua Hernandez*2 Sam Houston State Sr. 3.40 Kinesiology Annina Brandenburg* Abilene Christian Sr. 3.70 Marketingcenter_img Sarea Alexander*2 Incarnate Word Sr. 3.08 English Thai Williams* Lamar Sr. 3.03 Kinesiology Erekha Sebastion Incarnate Word So. 3.40 Interdisciplinary Studies Danielle Martinez3 Incarnate Word Sr. 3.87 Marketing Name School Cl. GPA Major Rodney Littlejohn*2 Incarnate Word Sr. 3.45 Kinesiology Halie Daniel2 Sam Houston State Sr. 3.97 Criminal Justice Logan Robinson Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Jr. 3.50 Kinesiology Grace McKenzie2 McNeese Sr. 3.75 Exercise Science Jared Hamilton Central Arkansas Jr. 3.68 Exercise Science Brooke Petkovich Northwestern State Jr. 4.00 Health and Exercise Science Ajah Criner Central Arkansas Jr. 3.26 Exercise Science Briahna Gerlach Abilene Christian Jr. 3.53 Social Work Alex Eykelbosch* McNeese Sr. 4.00 Exercise Physiology Hannah Noble2 Central Arkansas Sr. 3.86 Marketing Aaron Akens* Sam Houston State Sr. 3.10 Engineering Technology and Physics Ryan Cleary* Abilene Christian Gr. 3.80 Accounting Webster Slaughter* Lamar So. 3.38 Communications Gladys Jerotich McNeese Sr. 3.27 Basic Studies Taryn Surratt2 Stephen F. Austin Jr. 4.00 Music Jasmyn Steels2 Northwestern State Jr. 3.62 Psychology Kaitlin Smith Houston Baptist So. 3.94 Kinesiology Colton Cohea Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Jr. 3.62 Mechanical Engineering Michael Nichols Sam Houston State Gr. 3.50 Sports Management Markus Schwiekert* Central Arkansas Sr. 3.90 Marketing Tyler Adams*4 Sam Houston State Sr. 3.48 Engineering Technology Cord Neal* Stephen F. Austin So. 4.00 Animal Science Ashley Davis* Southeastern Louisiana Jr. 3.20 Criminal Justice Blaze Brownlow*2 Abilene Christian Sr. 3.74 Finance FRISCO, Texas – Abilene Christian’s Ryan Cleary and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi’s Sashane Hanson are the 2019 Southland Conference Outdoor Track & Field Student-Athletes of the Year, the league announced Wednesday along with its academic all-conference teams. Southland yearly awards are presented by Ready Nutrition.Cleary, a graduate student, holds a 3.80 grade-point average (GPA) as an accounting major while competing in distance races for the Wildcats. The Prosper, Texas, native claimed a trio of medals throughout ACU’s 2019 indoor and outdoor seasons. He began with a silver medal in the mile event at the Southland Indoor Championships before claiming a first-place finish in the steeplechase and a third-place finish in the 1,500m run at the Southland Outdoor Championships. Cleary concluded his season competing in the steeplechase at the 2019 NCAA West Preliminary Championships in Sacramento, Calif. (May 23-25), missing out on a trip to the national meet by two places. His work on the track is matched by his efforts in the classroom as he was also a member of the Alpha Chi National Honor Society.Hanson pieced together an impressive senior campaign for the Islanders, taking gold medals in the high jump at both the 2019 Southland Indoor and Outdoor Championships. The Montego Bay, Jamaica, native also tabbed a first-place finish in the pentathlon at the Southland Indoor Championships and second-place finish in the heptathlon at the outdoor championships. Hanson capped her career with a 16th place finish in the high jump at the 2019 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships, earning Second Team All-America honors. She is now the second female and fourth student-athlete in Texas A&M-Corpus Christi school history to garner All-America accolades. As a biomedical science major, Hanson registers a 3.42 GPA.The men’s all-academic roster is comprised of 29 spots, with Abilene Christian, Incarnate Word and Sam Houston State leading the way with five selections each. Central Arkansas, Lamar, and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi followed up with three honorees apiece. Stephen F. Austin accounted for two selections, while Houston Baptist (1), McNeese (1) and Southeastern Louisiana (1) rounding out the roster.On the 38-member women’s all-academic team, ACU leads the way with six honorees, followed closely by Incarnate Word and McNeese who each have five selections. Central Arkansas, Lamar, Northwestern State, Stephen F. Austin and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi all tied for third with three picks apiece. Houston Baptist, Sam Houston State and Southeastern Louisiana each hold two spots, while Nicholls rounds out the team with one selection.In total, 10 student-athletes across both teams earned a flawless 4.00 GPA. HBU’s Christos Zachariou (psychology), UIW’s Andrew Leuthner (accounting) and SFA’s Cord Neal (animal science) accomplished the feat on the men’s team.UCA’s Erin Woodward (health sciences – PT), HBU’s Ana Kriletic (psychology), McNeese’s Alex Eykelbosch (exercise physiology) NSU’s Brook Petkovich (health and exercise science), SFA’s Kelsey Ramirez (kinesiology) and Taryn Surratt (music) and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi’s Kendall Rodriguez (accounting) all possess a perfect GPA on the women’s side.Southland Conference Track & Field All-Academic Teams are selected by a 50-percent rule. Of the total number of nominees, half are named all-academic selections. Honorees are nominated and voted upon by head coaches, sports information directors, and academic staff members from each university. Student-Athletes of the Year are voted on by the Southland awards committee, consisting of one administrator from each member school.Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Student-Athlete of the Year: Ryan Cleary, Abilene ChristianWomen’s Outdoor Track & Field Student-Athlete of the Year: Sashane Hanson, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi2019 Southland Conference Men’s Track & Field All-Academic Team Andrew Leuthner Incarnate Word Sr. 4.00 Accounting Alanna Arvie*2 McNeese Jr. 3.47 Biology (Pre-Med) Katie Buckley Lamar Gr. 3.88 Kinesiology Sashane Hanson*3 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Sr. 3.42 Biomedical Science * Automatic selection2 Two-time all-academic selection3 Three-time all-academic selection^ Google Cloud Academic All-District selectionlast_img read more


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first_imgThe Director General of the Liberia News Agency (LINA), Mr. Jay Nagbe Sloh, has revealed that “the unpopularity and the dislike” of President Ellen Johnson-Sirelaf led to the eventual defeat of her son, Robert Sirleaf who, according to Sloh, should have been the best person to serve the people in the Senate from Montserrado County.Mr. Sloh, a former political propagandist of the ruling Unity Party (UP), also said the out-of-favor (dislike) of the President is to blame for the defeat in the Grand Bassa capital Buchanan on Friday of President Pro Tempore Gbehzohngar Findley.“If the President had not gone to Grand Bassa County to campaign for Senator Findley, he would have won,” Mr. Sloh said.The tough-talking political commentator and LINA boss made the damning remarks yesterday on a radio talk show.LINA is a government news outlet, housed in the Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism. Its aim is to carry government messages, policies, plans, and programs to the Liberian people, including those in the remotest areas of the country, as well as report/collect news from the counties.Mr. Sloh argued that two defeated candidates proved to their respective counties of being the best candidates to represent their own people, but their alignment with the President caused their defeats.Though he failed to outline what caused the unpopularity of the President, who has ruled the country since 2005, some political pundits argue that   “corruption and the untimely leasing of the oil blocks” increased the hatred of the Liberian people.Additionally, an official of the Friends of Zoe Emmanuel Pennoh, who begged anonymity because he was not authorized to speak with the media, told our reporter that the primary reason Rep. Pennoh’s lost in Grand Gedeh County was the endorsement of his candidacy by President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and the Unity Party.The UP publicly supported the candidacy of Rep. Zoe E. Pennoh and did not field a candidate in Grand Gedeh.The spokesman said majority of the people in the county have the perception that the support of Rep. Pennoh by the President meant that he (Rep. Pennoh) is in support of the government incarcerating their kinsmen without fair trial.It may be recalled that some Grand Gededians and others are in jail for allegedly being  accomplices in the Ivorian Civil War, in which armed supporters of former President Laurent Gbagbo, believed to have lost the 2008 election to Alhassan Ouattara, were trying to overthrow latter. Mr. Sloh and officials of the Friends of Zoe Pennoh’s allegations stemmed from provisional results of the Saturday senatorial poll. In the provisional tally, Amb. George Weah of the Congress Democratic Change (CDC) is said to have overwhelmingly defeated independent candidate Robert Sirleaf, the President’s son, who was also contesting for the Montserrado Senate seat.Also, another CDC candidate, Marshall Dennis, is poised to win Grand Gedeh, ahead of UP- endorsed candidate Rep. Pennoh.Moreover, in Grand Bassa County, Liberty Party’s Jonathan Kaipay is ahead of Gbehzongar Milton Findley, who is currently President Pro Tempore of the Liberian Senate.When contacted, Presidential Press Secretary Jerolinmek M. Piah told the Daily Observer that even though he hadn’t listened to Mr. Sloh on the radio, however, he counter argued that those candidates have not lost the senatorial race because the President supported them.“The President has endorsed all Unity Party candidates in the race. Some of them, including Mr. Morris Saytumah in Bomi, J. Milton Teahjay in Sinoe and Conmany Wesseh in River Gee, are winning their race. Why they are not losing because the President is supporting them, too?” he asked.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more


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first_img… now calls for non-legally binding mediationThe Guyana Public Service Union (GPSU) has called the wages talks with Government “deadlocked”, rejecting the ‘final offer’ of one to 10 per cent; however, the Union has since softened its stance and has now invited Government to conciliation.Conciliation is considered a type of mediation which unlike arbitration – an option also open to the Union – does not have any legally binding force.GPSU President Patrick YardeThe public servants bargaining body on Friday held a meeting with its Executive Council at which a unanimous decision was taken to “communicate to the Chief Labour, Occupational Safety and Health Officer of the Social Protection Ministry, Department of Labour, the Union’s wish to enter into conciliation in the matter of what is now a dispute between the Union and the employer in the matter of wages and salaries increases for public servants for 2016.”The Union in its statement announcing its decision restated its position that Government’s expressed ‘final offer’ is unreasonable and unacceptable and to state further that it considers the matter deadlocked since the September 14, 2016, between teams representing the Government of Guyana negotiators and the GPSU.According to the statement released by GPSU, it was related that its Executive Council has expressed its “serious concern over the seeming insensitivity and absence of a sense of urgency on the part of the employer in dealing with the various other outstanding associated with public servants’ emoluments including de-bunching, increments and allowances.”The Union has also adopted a position that “the Government of Guyana appears to be reneging on its commitment to have separate negotiations for wages, salaries and allowance for semi-autonomous agencies.”Only recently, the GPSU in its bid to have Government return to the bargaining table in order to negotiate a better deal warned that Government be guided by history, inclusive of the 1999 strike which lasted for 57 days and which that led to arbitration over the deadlocked salary talks.GPSU at the time accused government of horse-trading over its publicly stated position that it will go ahead and make an arbitrary award in face of the Union’s refusal of the differentiated 10 per cent to one per cent salary increases for public servants.GPSU President Patrick Yarde at the time sought to remind the parties that formed the coalition A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC) Government, that it had campaigned on a promise to pay public servants decent wages/salaries.The GPSU’s announcement that it has called for conciliation instead of arbitration had come on the heels of a pronouncement by Business Minister Dominic Gaskin who suggested that public servants in Guyana were in fact being paid more than their counterparts in many developing countries.Asked whether he believed that Government’s final offer to public servants was sufficient, Minister Gaskin responded saying, “sufficient is a difficult word.”He sought to explain saying, “Profits for business are never sufficient, you know, that is the nature of business.” According to Gaskin, “Businesses always need bigger and bigger profits and I assume that human nature is no different, we want bigger and bigger salaries every year if we can’t get it.”As such, Minister Gaskin posited that no wage increase would ever be sufficient, “it has to do more with what can be afforded.”The Minister was at this point asked if the Government’s final offer represented a ‘livable wage’ to which he responded “it depends on how we want to live.”According to the Minster, “In many countries, compared to a lot of countries, Guyanese earn considerably more than in a lot of developing countries, that doesn’t mean that it’s sufficient.”last_img read more


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first_img“Look at him,” said friend Richard Encinas, 46. “He looks like he came out of the Gold Rush.” The 87-year-old’s wiry frame, prominent mustache and earring set him apart from the other miners. He stands 5-foot-3 and sports a mane of long, wispy white hair, tattoos and gold jewelry. McGrath said he is a veteran of the Korean and Vietnam wars and that he has been shot nine times, once while mining in the East Fork. “I’ve got Purple Hearts up the \,” he said, stretching the neck of his sweater to display a scar from a bullet wound on his right shoulder. Despite his age and previous injuries, he hikes up and down the mountainsides, followed faithfully by his little old dog, Sniper. Up until two weeks ago, McGrath had been a volunteer for the informal fire department at Camp Williams, the mobile home and RV park he’s lived in since about 1990. Other than hunting for gold, his job was to keep watch in the community for fire and crime, he said “That’s his life,” said longtime friend and neighbor Rose Gonzalez, 54. “He’s the eyes of the mountain.” Mark Yelton, chief of the East Fork volunteer fire department, said McGrath was retired in good standing. He would not discuss details, but attributed the decision to McGrath’s age and health. “All he needs are his eyes and a finger to push the \ button,” said friend Manny Ortiz. Regardless, Gonzalez said McGrath gets up early in the morning and patrols the area in his old Ford pickup truck. “He stays out and talks to people, makes sure there’s no fire,” she said. “Everyone knows him up here. He’s the only one that’s a constant. You can always count on him.” Everyone indeed seems to have some familiarity with McGrath, who is known to most by his first name only. “He’s the unofficial mayor of the mountain,” Gonzalez said. Many of the newer miners said he’s given them pointers. “He got me started in all this,” said Wallace, who’s been mining for about five years. McGrath, he said, has a special knack for finding the glittering element which makes its way down into the river from Mount Baldy. Wallace remembered a day he’d come up with almost nothing in the river. Then McGrath bent down a few feet away and collected a teaspoon-full of gold. “That’s when I knew there was something to him,” Wallace said. McGrath knows the mountain better than most, his friends said. He can pick out animal tracks and predict the ebb and flow of the river based on the season. “He probably knows that area better than most people,” said Marty Dumpis, ranger for the San Gabriel River District. “He’s become somewhat of a patriarch.” Gonzalez said McGrath knows a lot about the local history. “Little does he know, he’s part of that history,” Gonzalez said. bethania.palma@sgvn.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2393 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! ANGELES NATIONAL FOREST – A throwback to the legendary prospectors of Eldoradoville, an East Fork mining town that washed away in floods nearly 150 years ago, Bernie McGrath is regarded as a living legend among the inhabitants of the mountain communities above Azusa. High above the smoggy air of the San Gabriel Valley, the whiskered miner dredges gold from the East Fork of the San Gabriel River. “It’s like his name is synonymous with gold up here,” said one of McGrath’s friends, Ed Wallace, 43. “Azusa gold and Bernie, those two things go together.” McGrath’s appearance even fits the role. last_img read more


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first_imgDuckenfield, 74, has pleaded not guilty to 95 counts of gross negligence manslaughter following the fatal crush in the Leppings Lane end.The trial is taking place at Preston Crown Court in northwest England. The city is 25 miles (40 kilometres) from Liverpool.There is no manslaughter charge over the death of a 96th casualty, Anthony Bland, as he died almost four years later, and under the law in 1989 his death is now “out of time” to be prosecuted.Duckenfield sat next to co-defendant, former Sheffield Wednesday club secretary Graham Mackrell, who is charged with an offence involving the stadium safety certificate and a health and safety offence. The trial began with the whittling down of 100 potential jurors to the final panel of 12, with candidates asked if they supported any of the clubs involved or knew either of the men on trial.It is unknown how long the trial is expected to last.Families of the Hillsborough victims fought a long campaign for events surrounding the disaster to be re-investigated, and around a dozen family members were in court for the start of proceedings.The Crown Prosecution Service, England’s state prosecutors, announced the decision to press charges in June 2017.“We will allege that David Duckenfield’s failures to discharge his personal responsibility were extraordinarily bad and contributed substantially to the deaths,” the CPS said at the time.Former police officers Donald Denton and Alan Foster, plus retired lawyer Peter Metcalf, will go on trial in September, charged with doing acts intended to pervert the course of justice.The crush was Britain’s worst sports stadium tragedy.The final memorial at Liverpool’s Anfield stadium for the 96 victims was held in 2016, 27 years to the day since the disaster took place.Families of the deceased unanimously agreed the service would be the last public event at Anfield in memory of the supporters who died.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000David Duckenfield arrives at Preston Crown Court on the first day of his trial © AFP / Lindsey PARNABYPreston, United Kingdom, Jan 14 – The police commander at the Hillsborough football stadium disaster appeared in court on Monday for the first day of his trial over the deaths of 95 Liverpool supporters, 30 years on from the tragedy.David Duckenfield was the match-day commander at the FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest at Sheffield Wednesday’s Hillsborough ground on April 15, 1989.last_img read more


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first_img1 Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal Louis van Gaal has highlighted the importance of winning the FA Cup for Manchester United, claiming it is a bigger success than qualifying for the Champions League.The Red Devils take on Crystal Palace in the Wembley showpiece on Saturday, looking to win their first FA Cup since 2004.Winning the trophy will not ease the pressure on Van Gaal, and United’s season will still be considered a poor one, especially as the club missed out on Champions League qualification.However, the Dutchman actually considers winning the FA Cup as a more important achievement than getting back into Europe’s premier competition – as it brings a trophy for the players to hold.“Qualification is not a title…a title is the FA Cup, the championship,” he said.“It is important for the players. They can look at and hold the cup, that’s an exciting moment and especially here in England because the FA Cup is a big title.“Also for Manchester United it is a big title. I have read that the club’s last FA Cup was 2004 so that’s a long time ago.“The fans are more concerned about the title than I because the title for the fans is fantastic. We want to give it (to them).”England defender Luke Shaw trained with the first team at Carrington on Thursday, having not played since suffering a double leg fracture in September.He has already been ruled out of the final, but was joined by the likes of fit-again pair Marcos Rojo and Matteo Darmian and Marouane Fellaini, available after his three-match suspension.They will all be hoping to break into the XI which defeated Bournemouth 3-1 on Tuesday night, while Ander Herrera’s presence in the 18-man matchday squad looks vulnerable.Fellaini, in particular, would add ballast to an otherwise lightweight team that could otherwise be outmatched by Palace in terms of physicality.The Belgian’s height would also be helpful in both boxes, an area that has already piqued Van Gaal’s attention.last_img read more


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first_img 20 Here’s who has been named for Northern Ireland – see the Germany squad by clicking the arrow above, right – Belarus and Slovakia are Northern Ireland’s opponents before Poland at Euro 2016 on 12 June. 20 20 France – find out who’s in Didier Deschamps’ Euro 2016 provisional squad by clicking the arrow above, right 20 Spain – find out who’s in Vicente del Bosque’s Euro 2016 provisional squad by clicking the arrow above, right Here’s who has been named for Portugal – click the arrow above, right to see Italy’s provisional squad – Cristiano Ronaldo will meet up with his Portugal pals after the Champions League final on 28 May, but is unlikely to play against Norway a day later. They play England and Estonia in further friendlies before Iceland at Euro 2016 on 14 June. 20 Here’s who has been named for Italy… excited for the tournament to kick off yet? – It’s not the star-studded line up we have come to associate with Italy, but there are players here who have had wonderful seasons. Italy play friendlies against Scotland and Finland before the game against Belgium at Euro 2016 on 13 June. 20 20 20 20 20 Euro 2016 is nearly here.The tournament kicks off on 10 June as the host nation France take on Romania at the Stade de France and ends with the final on 10 July. Provisional squads of those participating teams have been announced and talkSPORT looks at the impressive list of players including Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Cristiano Ronaldo and Hal Robson-Kanu.Click the arrow above, right, to see the home nations’ squads as well as the very best the rest of Europe has to offer.International managers have a few friendly matches before Euro 2016 at which time they will need to have decided on a final list of 23 players. Republic of Ireland – find out who’s in Martin O’Neill’s Euro 2016 provisional squad by clicking the arrow above, right 20 Here is Spain’s provisional team and you can see host nation France’s team by clicking the arrow above, right – There is no Diego Costa, Juan Mata or Santi Cazorla in the Spain team, but just look at the quality anyway. Del Bosque’s men play friendlies against Bosnia-Herzegovina, South Korea and Georgia before their first Euro 2016 group game against the Czech Republic on 13 June. 20 Northern Ireland – find out who’s in Michael O’Neill’s Euro 2016 provisional squad by clicking the arrow above, right 20 20 This is the provisional Germany squad and to see Portugal’s squad click the arrow above, right – World champions Germany warm up for Euro 2016 with friendlies against Slovakia and Hungary before the Ukraine game at Euro 2016 on 12 June. This is the Republic of Ireland squad – see who’s in for Northern Ireland by clicking the arrow above, right – Ireland play the Netherlands and Belarus in friendlies before the Sweden game in Group E on 13 June. Wales – find out who’s in Chris Coleman’s Euro 2016 provisional squad by clicking the arrow above, right England – find out who’s in Roy Hodgson’s Euro 2016 provisional squad by clicking the arrow above, right 20 Belgium – find out who’s in Marc Wilmots’ Euro 2016 provisional squad by clicking the arrow above, right – International managers have a few friendly matches before Euro 2016 begins at which time they will need to have decided on a final list of 23 players. Italy – find out who’s in Antonio Conte’s Euro 2016 provisional squad by clicking the arrow above, right Germany – find out who’s in Joachim Low’s Euro 2016 provisional squad by clicking the arrow above, right Here’s the Belgium team – click above, right, to see the England provisional squad – Wilmots has games against Switzerland, Finland and Norway to decide his final 23 before Belgium take on Italy at Euro 2016 on 13 June. Here’s the France squad and click the arrow above, right to see the Republic of Ireland team – Host nation France play Cameroon and Scotland before the opening Euro 2016 game against Romania on 10 June. Here’s the provisional Wales team – see who made the cut for Spain by clicking the arrow above, right – Gareth Bale is not in the provisional list as he is playing in the Champions League final on 28 May and will join up with Chris Coleman’s team afterwards. Wales meanwhile have a friendly against Sweden on 5 June and then play their first game of Euro 2016 against Slovakia on 11 June. 20 20 Portugal – find out who’s in Fernando Santos’ Euro 2016 provisional squad by clicking the arrow above, right 20 20 Here’s the England squad – see who’s in Wales’ team by clicking the arrow above, right – England play Australia and Portugal before Hodgson decides who the 23 players going to Euro 2016 are. The Three Lions face Russia first on 11 June. 20last_img read more


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first_img 13. West Ham United’s record Premier League home attendance is 35,550 v Manchester City on 21 September 2002 – This figure will be smashed at West Ham’s new home. 22 22 22 4. Newcastle United’s record Premier League home attendance is 52,389 v Manchester City on 6 May 2012 – St James’ Park currently has a total capacity of 52,338. 8. Chelsea’s record Premier League home attendance is 43,417 v West Bromwich Albion on 26 December 2008 – The Blues plan to complete rebuild Stamford Bridge as a 60,000 capacity stadium. 22 16. Sheffield United’s record Premier League home attendance is 32,604 v Wigan on 13 May 2007 – Sadly for Blades fans who turned up in numbers in May 2007, they saw their team’s relegation confirmed against Wigan. 6. Aston Villa’s record Premier League home attendance is 45,347 v Liverpool on 7 May 1994 – Villa achieved this Premier League high attendance at the last game featuring the old Holte End terrace, which held around 19,000 standing spectators in its final season. 1. Manchester United’s record Premier League home attendance is 76,098 v Blackburn Rovers on 31 March 2007 – Old Trafford’s capacity is currently 75,635. Liverpool’s Anfield capacity will be increased to 54,000 for the new Premier League season 7. Liverpool’s record Premier League home attendance is 45,071 v Manchester City on 27 November 2011 – The Reds will cruise past this Premier League high attendance on a regular basis this coming season, as Anfield takes on a new look. 17. Leicester City’s record Premier League home attendance is 32,242 v Sunderland on 8 August 2015 – When the Foxes kicked off the 2015/16 season with a record home Premier League crowd at the KP Stadium, little did they know what was around the corner! 12. Tottenham Hotspur’s record Premier League home attendance is 36,763 v Sunderland on 19 May 2013 – Spurs won’t threaten this record in their final season at White Hart Lane, with capacity reduced to little more than 32,000. 14. Middlesbrough’s record Premier League home attendance is 34,836 v Norwich City on 28 December 2004 – This summer has seen an extensive overhaul of the Riverside to prepare it for the Premier League and its maximum capacit will be 33,746 – down from 34,733 last season in the Championship. 22 20. Crystal Palace’s record Premier League home attendance is 30,115 v Manchester United on 21 April 1993. Find out which clubs can boast the highest Premier League attendances, by clicking the arrow above, right! – Back then, Selhurst Park’s Holmesdale Road end was still a large standing terrace. The conversion to an all-seater stadium reduced the capacity of Palace’s home ground, which is currently just over 26,000. 22 22 West Ham’s new Olympic Stadium will have a Premier League capacity of 60,000 22 19. Blackburn Rovers’ record Premier League home attendance is 30,895 v Liverpool on 24 February 1996 – This Ewood Park crowd came when Rovers were reigning Premier League champions. 18. Southampton’s record Premier League home attendance is 32,151 v Arsenal on 29 December 2003 – Saints used to play Premier League football at the cramped Dell ground, which had an all-seated capacity of just over 15,000 when it closed in 2001. The club’s St Mary’s stadium meant they could raise their attendance record, which was set against Arsenal’s ‘Invincibles’. 22 22 22 22 10. Leeds United’s record Premier League home attendance is 40,287 v Newcastle United on 22 December 2001 – Elland Road’s capacity has been reduced slightly, to just under 40,000. 22 22 22 22 5. Sunderland’s record Premier League home attendance is 48,355 v Liverpool on 13 April 2002 – The Stadium of Light boasts a capacity of 49,000. 22 22 22 The opening of West Ham’s new stadium and the completion of Liverpool’s new main stand will see attendance records tumble for both clubs.Meanwhile, Tottenham’s White Hart Lane stadium will be reduced in capacity for the club’s final campaign at the historic old ground, as they continue building work on a new stadium next door.The Premier League is witnessing a leap forward in stadium capacities, which got us thinking about the record attendances, by club, in the modern era (post-1992/93 season).Find out the top 20 record Premier League attendances, by club, in the gallery above. 11. Sheffield Wednesday’s record Premier League home attendance is 39,640 v Manchester United on 2 February 2000 – Hillsborough’s capacity remains close to 40,000. 22 3. Manchester City’s record Premier League home attendance is 54,693 v Leicester City on 6 February 2016 – City are aiming to increase the Etihad Stadium’s capacity to 60,000. 9. Everton’s record Premier League home attendance is 40,552 v Liverpool on 11 December 2004 – Goodison Park’s capacity is now 39,572. 22 2. Arsenal’s record Premier League home attendance is 60,161 v Manchester United on 3 November 2007 – The Gunners currently boast the second largest club stadium in England. 22 15. Derby County’s record Premier League home attendance is 33,378 v Liverpool on 18 March 2000 – Derby’s old Baseball Ground had a capacity of just over 18,000 all-seated when it closed in 1997, and the club’s Pride Park stadium witnessed a record Premier League crowd three years later. last_img read more


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first_imgHere are the top football headlines and transfer-related stories in Friday’s newspapers…Monaco are unwilling to sell highly-rated 21-year-old winger Thomas Lemar this summer, after being left ‘disappointed’ by Arsenal’s £31m bid for their star man. (The Independent)Barcelona are also interested in the France international. (L’Equipe)Chelsea boss Antonio Conte would prefer to bring Torino striker Andrea Belotti to Stamford Bridge this summer and is reportedly frustrated the club have prioritised the signing of Romelu Lukaku from Everton instead. (Daily Star)Liverpool are ready to make a bid for £70million-rated RB Leipzig midfielder Naby Keita. (Daily Mirror) The Reds are also chasing Arsenal winger Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and hope to complete deals for both players this summer. (Liverpool Echo)Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera has no desire to join Barcelona this summer. The Spaniard had been earmarked as a back up option if the Catalans faile to sign Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti. (Daily Mail)United have been given a setback in their efforts to sign Inter Milan midfielder Ivan Perisic for a cut-price fee. The Italian club reportedly need to break even for the financial year or face UEFA sanctions, but Inter are confident they will avoid punishment without having to sell Perisic this summer. (Daily Telegraph)According to reports in Spain, Real Madrid could spend big bucks this summer by signing BOTH Eden Hazard and Kylian Mbappe. (Diario Madrista)Everton will complete the signing of 21-year-old Malaga striker Sandro next week. The Toffees have met the Spaniard’s release clause and he has passed a medical, but the La Liga club are refusing to sign release papers until his deal ends on 3 July. (Liverpool Echo)Southampton have joined the race to sign Manchester City’s £25m-rated striker Kelechi Iheanacho. Premier League rivals West Ham, Everton and Leicester are also chasing the 20-year-old, but the Saints may hold the edge if they are willing to include Ryan Bertrand as part of any deal. (The Sun)Arsenal left-back Kieran Gibbs has become a target for new Watford boss Marco Silva, although, with the defender out of contract in 12 months’ time, the Hornets are unwilling to meet the Gunners’ £15million valuation. (Daily Mirror)Liverpool defender Joe Gomez is a summer transfer target for newly-promoted Brighton, boss Chris Hughton has confirmed. The 20-year-old was limited to three Reds appearances in the FA Cup last season as he recovered from a long-term injury. (Brighton Argus)Meanwhile, Hull left-back Andy Robertson is on Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp’s radar, should Alberto Moreno decide to leave Anfield in the coming weeks. The 23-year-old Scot is rated at £8m by the Tigers hierarchy. (Liverpool Echo)Here are the latest talkSPORT headlines: David Gold has played down speculation West Ham are chasing Jack Wilshere, telling talkSPORT the club’s main priority this summer is bringing in two new strikers with Premier League experienceJohn Carver has told Newcastle United fans not to panic, insisting there will be major signings this summer and Rafa Benitez will remain as managerEverton and AC Milan target Nikola Kalinic has told Fiorentina he wants to leave this summer, according to reports in ItalyInter Milan have set their sights on signing “dream” target and former Manchester United winger Angel Di MariaNewly-promoted Huddersfield Town and West Brom are both keen on bringing centre-half Andrea Ranocchia back to the Premier LeagueWest Ham and Newcastle will have to cough up in excess of £8million to land Saint Etienne’s highly-rated full back Kevin MalcuitOut-of-favour Chelsea midfielder Marco van Ginkel is attracting the interest of Dutch giants PSV Eindhovenlast_img read more


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first_imgA student has appeared in court charged with dangerous driving causing the death of a father of three in Co Donegal.Cyclist Noel McDermott was killed when he was struck by a car at Ardsbeg, Gortahork on January 26th, 2018. Student Liam Cannon appeared at Falcarragh District Court today where he was charged in connection with Mr McDermott’s death.He was also charged with having no insurance on the date of the crash.The court was told that Cannon is currently on an internship on a J1 visa in America and had returned for the court appearance.Solicitor Frank Dorrian said his client, aged 32 of Derryconnor, Gortahork, had returned from America in good faith to answer the charges against him.The late Noel McDermott. RIP.Garda Inspector Seamus McGonigle said he had no objection to bail but was seeking some form of assurance in the case.Judge Paul Kelly sought a personal bail bond of €500 from Cannon and an independent surety of a further €500 from the accused man’s mother Eileen.The case was adjourned for the service of a book of evidence to June 19th next.Originally from Letterkenny but living in Gortahork, Mr McDermott was an active member of Errigal Cycling Club and had been an active member of St Eunan’s GAA Club in Letterkenny.Student charged with dangerous driving causing the death of Letterkenny cyclist was last modified: April 17th, 2019 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:dangerous driving causing deathdonegalgortahorkliam cannonNoel McDermottlast_img read more