Both teams struggled for ideas in attack but the spark from Reynolds was the difference, repeatedly causing the Rabbitohs’ flimsy left-edge defence all manner of problems.The team’s composure also lifted when halfback Matt Frawley was injected in the 25th minute, pushing Moses Mbye to hooker and Michael Lichaa to the bench.Another pair of huge efforts from props Aiden Tolman and James Graham provided the platform for Reynolds’ second-half heroics while Souths are left searching for answers after being unable to capitalise on a series of attacking chances.An extended, tentative feeling out period in the first 20 minutes of the match in which each side’s defence was more than equal to the lacklustre attack of the other saw the scores level at 2-all courtesy of a pair of penalty goals.The first try came when Souths fullback Alex Johnston showed blinding speed to show up Josh Reynolds then streak away from Brett Morris in the 29th minute.Josh Reynolds immediately got his revenge, putting in a dedicated chase to his own grubber kick to ground a try as Johnston tried to shepherd the ball dead instead of taking the safe option.Kerrod Holland shanked the conversion but levelled up shortly after through a second penalty kick with barely a minute until half time.A bizarre passage of play shortly before half time saw Souths find a one-point lead at the break.James Graham tried a pass to winger Marcelo Montoya from kick-off following the Holland penalty goal that could well have sent the rookie streaking into space but the pass went forward into touch giving Souths a final play before the siren.Adam Reynolds calmly snapped a field goal from the last play of the half to earn his team a 9-8 advantage.Souths had marginally the better of the opening stages of the second half and missed out on three tries in eight minutes.First the bunker rightly overruled one to Bryson Goodwin for an obstruction by Robert Jennings and the same player was held up eight minutes later. In between a stunning try saver from Josh Reynolds on his namesake Adam Reynolds inches away from the Dogs’ line saved a certain four-pointer.The Bulldogs had fewer issues in attack when they finally got their chance and it all came from Josh Reynolds.Another clean line break split Souths to set the scene for Josh Jackson to crash over in the 63rd minute before a deft inside ball from Graham sent Brett Morris screaming through a gap, allowing a supporting Mbye to fire a wide ball out to Holland to score in the corner and in the blink of an eye the Dogs went from 9-8 down to 20-9 ahead.Souths lost another try for obstruction when John Sutton was pinged for standing in the Dogs’ defensive line.Canterbury’s third try of the half came when Montoya brilliantly marked a towering bomb, offloading back to Tolman whose pass saw Josh Morris produce a slick grounding inside the left hand corner post and a 24-9 win.Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 24 (J Reynolds, Jackson, Holland, J Morris tries; Holland 4 goals) defeated South Sydney Rabbitohs 9 (Johnston try; A Reynolds 2 goals; A Reynolds field goal) at ANZ Stadium. Half-time: Rabbitohs 9-8. Crowd: 35,984.
In store for PNG’s weightlifters are the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) World Weightlifting Championships next month in Houston, USA, the 2016 Commonwealth Weightlifting Championships and the 2016 Oceania Weightlifting Championships in Fiji.PNG Weightlifting Federation president Sir John Dawanincura thanked Trukai, saying the future of the sport looked good. “We are ever grateful to Trukai for their ongoing sponsorship to weightlifting since 1995 and we look forward to continuing this relationship into the future.“We will send our strongest senior and junior teams overseas to compete in the World Weightlifting Championships and Oceania Weightlifting Championships which are qualifiers for the 2016 Rio Olympics later in August. “From here, we hope to send three of the top weightlifters down to Rio once they are approved by the PNG Olympic Committee,” said Dawanincura.Trukai’s sales and marketing general manager Andrew Daubney said Trukai was proud to be part of a sport that was growing from strength to strength.“We can only continue our support and hope our weightlifters lift bigger and bigger weights and have more and more success and put PNG on the world map as one of the best in weightlifting,” said Daubney.
Students and other stakeholders of the Brickdam Secondary and Buxton Primary Schools are likely to see new school buildings in the near future.The closed Buxton Primary School, East Coast DemeraraMinister of Education, Dr Rupert Roopnaraine disclosed that preparations are being made for submissions to the Ministry of Finance for provisions in the 2017 Budget for the construction of two new schools for Buxton Primary, East Coast Demerara, and Brickdam Secondary, Georgetown.According to a release from the Government Information Agency (GINA), students of Brickdam Secondary are soon to be housed at the East La Penitence Primary School in Freeman Street, East La Penitence, Georgetown. Students of the Buxton Primary are to be relocated to the Company Road Primary School, Company Road, Buxton North, East Coast Demerara, when the new school year begins on September 5, 2016.The students of both schools are facing relocation because of ‘inadequate’ facilities.Addressing the situation which exists at the Buxton Primary, Minister Roopnaraine said: “Basically what needs to happen is that we need construction of a new school, and we are going to put in the 2017 Budget a new school for Buxton. We know that the situation is not satisfactory the way it is, and we are trying to make sure that when we make the move, the pupils will be moving to a situation where we have more space, playground and so on. The furniture has been moved to Company Road Primary, we are hoping we will get everything ready for September (5); it’s a lot of preparation.”According to the minister, a decision is yet to be made on whether or not a different location will be considered for the construction of the new building for the Buxton Primary School.The Education Minister explained that the objective is to have children in an environment where there is adequate playground space: “That’s something that’s still to be decided. We may have to move to a new location because if we want to provide playground and facilities we don’t want the children to be crowded up in a building … ideally speaking, all schools should be placed in a situation where you have adequate playground facilities so that children can breathe out of school… I am trying to get all these things in a state of readiness to present to the Minister of Finance who is ultimately the decision maker in this.”Residents of Buxton recently raised objections to a proposed closure of the Buxton Primary, which the Ministry of Education said is structurally unsound.The decision to close and relocate the Brickdam Secondary arose following complaints by staff and students of the inadequacy of facilities at the space-constrained location. Among the complaints were improper staffroom for teachers, very poor sanitary facilities for teachers and students and lack of recreational facility and canteen for students.In June 2016, teachers staged a sit-in to protest the conditions under which they work, while parents protested the conditions under which their children were forced to learn, and the apparent sloth of the administrators to address their complaints.Following a meeting with teachers, then Chief Education Officer Olato Sam announced that the school would be closed and students and teachers relocated.
The Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GTT) in collaboration with partnering companies, have distributed 42 self-care vouchers to cancer survivors, cancer patients and caregivers of the patients.According to GTT’s Pinktober Coordinator, Diana Gittens, the outreach was part of GTT’s Pinktober’s first “Live Aware, Live Beautiful” initiative. Patients were selected by the GPHC oncology unit.Some of the cancer survivors at the Bank DIH programmePersons receiving the voucher will benefit from a grand makeover as vouchers include a full spa treatment by Milady’s Beauty Salon, Milani’s makeup by Gizmos and Gadgets, full dental cleaning by Jagan’s Dental Centre and food basket supplies.“Being recognised by persons who are not of your immediate home circle or friends, and to know there are strangers out there who care enough to give back, hopefully, adds to feelings of satisfaction, worth and value. I believe this initiative was able to help these persons feel more valued and appreciated,” Gittens explained.Cancer survivors receive hampers from GTTIn addition, GTT has a number of activities planned for Pinktober 2019, with the intention to promote cancer awareness in Guyana. The last event will be the 5K/10K walk, which will be held on Saturday.Meanwhile, beverage giant Banks DIH Limited also hosted a Breast Cancer Awareness programme for employees and cancer patients/survivors on Monday at the Sports Club, Thirst Park.Speaking at the programme, Oncologist Dr Latoya Gooding of the Giving Hope Foundation, in delivering her feature address, urged women to seek early screening to ensure they are cancer-free.“You can overcome cancer, and some survivors of the disease are now living their best lives following treatment. However, early detection is necessary,” she stated.Dr Gooding further note that younger women, and a percentage of men, are also being diagnosed with the illness, as she provided participants with information on the risk, treatment and recovery of the disease.Meanwhile, Human Resources Director Andrew Carto noted that the awareness session was timely as more women are becoming mindful of the threat of breast cancer.In addition, 16 cancer patients/survivors attached to Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) Oncology Clinic, Cancer Institute of Guyana and the Giving Hope Foundation were presented with hampers and monetary donations by the Company.As part of the activities planned for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the company partnered with Citizens Bank Inc for a two-day Golf Tournament at Lusignan Golf Club on the East Coast of Demerara on Saturday, while on Sunday, New Amsterdam Qik Serv hosted over 60 bikers of the Assassin Biker Club in an awareness campaign named “Bikers against Breast Cancer”.The bikers rode from Georgetown to New Amsterdam and later joined racing cyclists in Berbice in lap of honour around the township before releasing balloons into the air as a sign of hope.
0Shares0000Wissam Ben Yedder snatched one back for the hosts with a near post flicked header from Ever Banega’s whipped free kickSEVILLE, Spain, Nov 21 – Sevilla produced a stunning fightback from a three-goal half-time deficit to earn a well-earned point with a thrilling 3-3 draw with Liverpool on Tuesday thanks to Guido Pizarro’s stoppage-time equaliser.Roberto Firmino scored twice as Jurgen Klopp’s side looked set to qualify for the knockout stages for the first time in nine years and seal top spot in Group E with a three-goal blitz in the first half-hour, with Sadio Mane also netting. However, Wissam Ben Yedder pulled two goals back before Pizarro stabbed home from a corner to protect Sevilla’s year-long unbeaten run at home.Both sides remain well-placed to reach the last 16 as Liverpool still lead the group on nine points from Sevilla on eight with Spartak Moscow in third on six points.Liverpool host the Russians at Anfield in two weeks’ time when Sevilla travel to Maribor for the final games in the group.Both sides were gifted a huge boost before kick-off as Maribor’s stoppage-time equaliser for a 1-1 draw in the Russian capital prevented Spartak from jumping into second place in the group.Sevilla’s joy didn’t last long, though, as they were punished for awful defending from a corner less than two minutes in when Firmino was left completely unmarked at the far post to fire high past Sergio Rico.The hosts had their chances to get back into the game when Loris Karius got a fingertip to Nolito’s goalbound effort to turn the ball onto the post before Ben Yedder fired inches wide with just the German goalkeeper to beat.Yet, the pace of Liverpool’s ‘fab four’ attack of Firmino, Mane, Mohamed Salah and Philippe Coutinho looked capable of opening up the Sevilla defence at will and only a fine save from Rico prevented Firmino from doubling his tally midway through the half.That save only delayed a two-goal Liverpool lead by a matter of seconds as, from the resulting corner, Mane scored almost a carbon copy of the opener when he stooped to head home Firmino’s flick-on.Eight minutes later it was 3-0 as Mane sped away from a lumbering Sevilla backline and his initial effort was only parried by Rico into the path of the grateful Firmino to slot into an empty net.It could have got even worse for Sevilla before they got into the shelter of the dressing room to regroup at half-time as Salah raced onto a lovely Coutinho through ball only to be denied by another smart Rico save.– Sevilla transformed –Sevilla came out a side transformed in the second half and were given a lifeline when Ben Yedder got across his marker to head Ever Banega’s free-kick inside the far post.Belief was coursing through the home side and fans moments later when Ben Yedder went down under a challenge from former Sevilla favourite Alberto Moreno and German referee Felix Brych awarded a penalty.Ben Yedder stepped up and slotted home from the spot twice after Brych ordered his first attempt be retaken.Liverpool produced the most unbelievable fightback from 3-0 down to win the Champions League against AC Milan back in 2005 and Sevilla were inches away from their own Istanbul moment 25 minutes from time when Franco Vazquez’s shot was turned onto the underside of the bar by Karius.Klopp restored some order to the visitors with the introduction of Emre Can and James Milner for Coutinho and Moreno and Liverpool should have settled their nerves with a fourth goal as Salah, Mane and Can all passed up big chances.And they were made to pay for their profligacy and poor defending when Pizarro stretched to turn home a loose ball after a corner wasn’t properly cleared in injury time.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
0Shares0000Harambee Stars Under-23 winger Ovellah Ochieng dribbles past Sudan’s Adam Abdallah during their Olympic qualification match at the Moi Sports Centre Kasarani on March 26, 2019. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaNAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 26 – Kenya’s dream of making it into next year’s Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, were brought to a screeching halt after the Emerging Stars were held to a 0-0 draw by visiting Sudan who won 2-0 on aggregate.Sudan, coached by former Gor Mahia and AFC Leopards coach Zdravko Logarusic ensured the first leg 2-0 victory in Khartoum last week stood and they now book a slot in the next qualification round where a date with Nigeria awaits. Heading into the game, Kenya needed to win by three clear goals to advance while a 2-0 score-line would have taken the game to penalties.However, the home side was naïve in the final third and failed to utilize much of the possession and chances infront of goal.Head coach Francis Kimanzi made alterations to the squad that lost 2-0 away in Khartoum. Keeper Timothy Odhiambo started between the sticks ahead of Brian Bwire while in midfield, his Ulinzi Stars teammate Ibrahim Shambi partnered Sven Yidah who came in place of Teddy Osok.Upfront, James Kinyanjui and Piston Mutamba started ahead of the injured duo of Jaffary Owiti and John Avire.But it was the visitors who came close to breaking the deadlock within the opening two minutes when some nervy defending from Johnston Omurwa gifted danger-man Yagoub Mohammed the ball but the striker’s low shot from the edge of the area was well collected by Odhiambo.Sudan’s head coach Zdravko Logarusic during his side’s Olympic qualification match against Kenya at the Moi Sports Centre Kasarani on March 26, 2019. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaOmurwa should have made amends for his defensive softness 10 minutes later on the other end when James Mazembe recycled the ball into the areas to find the defender who sneaked in behind his markers, but his header at the backpost went wide.Though looking panicked already, the emerging stars threw everything in attack but the composure in the final third was always missing.Yidah and Shambi had shots from distance but neither troubled the defense nor the keeper.Another blunder from Omurwa in the 25th minute almost gifted Sudan a chance but left back David Owino made a timely tackle to save his Mathare United teammate’s blushes whacking the ball away from Waleed Bakhiet’s feet after he was fed through by Yagoub.On the other end, the home side had a freekick off Ovella, but the winger could not put enough weight on the effort despite lifting the ball over the wall allowing the keeper an easy catch.Harambee Stars Under-23 striker Piston Mutamba controls the ball under pressure from Sudan’s Hussein Mohammed during their Olympic qualification match at the Moi Sports Centre Kasarani on March 26, 2019. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaA minute to the break, Kenya had a brilliant opportunity when Kinyanjui cut into the box squaring the ball back to Mutamba who was at the edge of the six yard box but the lanky forward miscued his shot.At the start of the second half, Kinyanjui who had struggled to make an impact in the game was hauled off for Sidney Lokale as Kimanzi went in for a 4-4-2 system to try and hack in the three required goals.Kenya had even more chances to score and just seven minutes in, Shambi was presented with a great opportunity when a corner floated in by James Mazembe found him isolated at the back post but his shot was over.The home side had won the corner after Sudan’s impressive keeper smothered behind Ovella’s effort with a freekick behind.Sudan had a glorious opportunity to sink the game when some nervous defending saw Yagoub win the ball to face keeper Odhiambo one on one, but his shot was well saved by the custodian.Five minutes later, Stars had a brilliant opportunity when Ovella played David Owino through on the left, but his low shot was saved by the keeper with Mutamba’s effort at back-heeling the rebound was awry.Kimanzi’s men put everything in attack, but they couldn’t get the composure to finish.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)
WHITTIER – A teenager arrested over the weekend tagged 60 locations, causing about $5,000 in damages, police said Monday. The areas hit were on Whittier Boulevard, Painter Avenue, Greenleaf Avenue, Central Avenue and Walnut Street. Two of the buildings tagged were the Whittier Daily News and the adjacent Whittier Masonic Temple. Cleanup crews removed the red scrawls of graffiti on both buildings by 4 p.m. Monday. A 17-year-old Whittier boy was arrested at about 6 p.m. Saturday on suspicion of felony vandalism. He was released to the custody of his parents at about 1:30 a.m. Sunday. It is not clear if the other areas hit had been cleared late Monday. “We may have. But we have no connection on what the abatement team does and what the police does,” said David Pelser, public works director. “We have no way of tying them to a particular person or tagger.” He added that the city’s graffiti abatement crews respond to requests without being involved in the intelligence-gathering on police cases. Salazar said the city spends $318,000 a year on graffiti abatement. “We get calls about graffiti removal all the time from different sources,” Pelser said. He said the city has several graffiti teams working all the time and a crew on the weekends. They remove graffiti from public locations and on some private properties. Larry Trujillo, executive director of the Whittier Uptown Association, hadn’t heard of the weekend vandalism spree. “It’s more common than we would like,” he said. However, Trujillo commended the Police Department’s bicycle patrol team for their work. “Since the bike patrol’s been back, (they’ve) done a good job of catching taggers and etchers. This is not the first one and hopefully not the last one,” Trujillo said. Lately, he said taggers have been getting on the rooftops of businesses and leaving their marks. It’s not the first time someone has been accused of hitting numerous locations in Whittier. Officers arrested two 14-year-old boys spray-painting a wall in the 13500 block of Franklin Street in May. One of them was linked to 70 different tagging incidents in the city. email@example.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3026 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The Police Department’s bicycle team originally stopped the teen Saturday night for jaywalking in the area of Greenleaf Avenue and Mar Vista Street, said Whittier police spokeswoman Officer Diana Salazar. “During the contact, he tried dumping a spray can in a storm drain,” she said. “In talking to him, he admitted to spray-painting 19 locations in the area.” Salazar said police linked 41 more vandalized locations to the boy. She didn’t know when these occurred. The additional locations had the same painted name, she said. Salazar said the the boy was acting alone. It is likely the teen could be tied to more taggings. Police said the investigation is ongoing.
Danny Kelly is joined by Andy Brassell and Rob Daly to take a look at all the big football news from the continent.They review this season’s action across Europe as domestic campaigns come to a conclusion, and ask which nation has offered the most exciting football over the past nine months.This week’s European cult heroes are the clutch of great players – including Francesco Totti – who are heading into retirement, and there’s also time to preview the Champions League final between Juventus and Real Madrid.Listen above, or click here to download the podcast from iTunes.
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scrap Goldson had limited playing time during the 2017/18 season Scottish Premiership news Rangers have been very busy in the transfer window, as Gerrard looks to bridge the gap on Celtic – who have dominated Scotland’s top tier since 2012.Goldson arrives at Ibrox alongside Allan McGregor, Scott Arfield, Jamie Murphy, Ovie Ejaria and Nikola Katic this summer. 1 Goldson, who had heart surgery in early 2017, told his new club’s official website: “I am delighted to join Rangers, even though it hasn’t taken that long to sign it seems like it has taken forever.“I am just pleased to finally get it done and to get the chance to showcase my abilities at a massive club with a huge fan base.”The defender made 40 senior appearances for Albion but only made three Premier League appearances in the 2017/18 season.Seagulls boss Chris Hughton said: “Connor has done extremely well for the club in the three years he has been here, but he wants to play regular senior football, and at this stage we cannot give him that guarantee.“Lewis Dunk and Shane Duffy were exceptional last season, and very consistent in the central defensive positions, which left Connor with very limited opportunities, and I totally understand his position and desire to want to play regular football.“He has been a great professional and a pleasure to work with – and he has shown a great mental strength to come through a very tough time after he underwent crucial heart surgery just over a year ago.“On behalf of everyone at the Albion, I would like to thank Connor for his time at the club and wish him all the very best for the future at Glasgow Rangers.” Gerrard launches furious touchline outburst as horror tackle on Barisic sparks chaos Brighton defender Connor Goldson has left the club to join Scottish Premiership side Rangers on a four-year deal.Goldson, 25, is one of a number of new signings the Gers have made this summer as new boss Steven Gerrard looks to reshuffle the squad ahead of the 2018/19 season.