Port Moresby will host the only match of the day between Gigira Laitepo United and FC Port Moresby.Both sides suffered losses in their opening matches last week and will be desperate for a win.The game will kick off at 3pm at the Bisini Grounds.In yesterday’s matches in the Southern Conference, Hekari United beat PKA Rapatona 4-0 while Erema Gulf FC downed Huawei PS United 3-2.For the Northern Conference, Madang FC beat Admiralty FC 1-0 in Madang.Besta PNG United thrashed Goroka Gosiha 4-1 while Lae City Dwellers defeated Welgris Morobe United 1-0 in Lae.
20 years is nothing, and less to ask for forgiveness. Gabi Moya, one of Sevi’s emblematic footballerslla in the 90s during two stages celebrates 20 years of his last game with the nervionense shirt. The midfielder ended his second stage on March 19, 2000, after adding five minutes in a win (4-0) from Sevilla to Numancia at Sánchez-Pizjuán. In total, that of Alcalá de Henares added 176 matches and 24 goals in Nervión. Talking to the official Sevilla media, The Madrid player took the opportunity to apologize to Betis for spitting on the green and white shirt during a derby.“At that moment in the field you are so hot that you do not think what you do. It was an ugly gesture. A long time ago, maybe people do not remember it. Now I am sincere and I want to remember it”, the footballer concluded. The play, which occurred during the 99-00 season, in which both teams incidentally dropped to Segunda, occurred during a derby in Nervión. After a clash with the Baetic Bornes, Moya spat into the defender’s shirt. The referee sent off the two footballers. “Well look, I’ve never said it but now I take advantage. Every time I see him, my face falls with shame. I really regret having spit on the eternal rival’s shirt, and not because he was the eternal rival “, affirmed Moya, who began his career at the Real Sociedad Deportiva Alcalá, went to Valladolid, then was at Atlético and inserted Valencia and Mallorca between his two Sevilla stages before returning to the team from his hometown. LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of March 20, 2020
On a day when American Justin Gatlin dropped a wind-aided 9.90 seconds run in The Bahamas, 2011 World 100m champion Yohan Blake signalled his return after injury issues, with a world leading 9.95 (+1.4) win in the 100m at the MVP Track and field meet at the National Stadium on Saturday night. Blake, who has been bothered with hamstring injuries, which caused him to miss the 2013 World Championships and much of the subsequent seasons, confirmed whispers out of his training camp, which pointed to an athlete in good shape, after bursting out of the blocks and out-sprinting a solid field. 200m specialist Rasheed Dwyer and Zharnel Hughes both clocked 10.10 seconds for second and third respectively. Earlier, Gatlin, while competing at the Chris Brown Bahamas Invitational at the Thomas A Robinson Stadium in Nassau, stopped the clock in 9.90 seconds but had an illegal +2.3 wind pushing him along. Qatar’s Femi Ogundoe, was second in 9.94 with Trinidad and Tobago’s Adrian Griffith taking third in 10.03. Also in The Bahamas, veteran Jamaican sprinter Veronica Campbell-Brown had to settle for third place in the women’s 100m, 11.17 in a tight finish behind Trinidadian Michelle-Lee Ahye, 11.14 and Murielle Ahoure (Ivory Coast), 11.17. Another Jamaican Aleen Bailey fell during the early stages of the race and was reportedly taken to hospital after hitting her head on the track. Quarter-miler LaShawn Merritt was a highlight at the meet, stopping the clock in a brilliant 19.78 (+0.9) to win the 200m event. Wallace Spearmon, 20.40 was next best with Mike Rodgers 20.42 finishing third, while Jamaica’s Jason Livermore was fifth in 21.01.
Jamaica College (JC), fresh from gaining a fourth consecutive lien on the coveted Manning Cup, will be aiming to complete a Corporate Area double this afternoon when they face Kingston College (KC) in the ISSA-FLOW Walker Cup final at the National Stadium. Kick off time is 5 p.m.The history of the Walker Cup shows that the school from Hope Road has only won the Walker Cup on just two occasions since it was first played for in 1961. KC, on the other hand, have lifted the Cup eight times. Only St George’s College, with nine liens, have a better record.While he has been very successful in the Manning Cup, JC’s coach, Miguel Coley, has not won the Walker Cup and he will, no doubt, want to add another cup to the school’s trophy cabinet.”JC are confident, but not overly confident. The work has been done, and it is just for the young men to go out and execute,” JC’s manager Ian Forbes told The Gleaner.Forbes, while maintaining respect for their old rivals, assured all that his players “want to win”.STRONG CHALLENGE”They have a very rich history and tradition, and it’s always a humdinger when both teams play, so we are expecting a strong challenge from KC, but as I said, we are confident in our abilities, and we expect to go out and do well,” Forbes said.While JC’s Coley is yet to win the Walker Cup, KC’s coach, Ludlow Bernard, has won it twice, in 2012 and 2013, at Wolmer’s Boys.He wants his charges to go all the way, having already ousted last season’s champions, Wolmer’s Boys.”I really expect the members of the team to give a good account of themselves. These are two competitive ball-playing teams. Both have faults within their ranks, and I think it’s just going to be a matter of who exploits each other’s weaknesses more,” he assessed.Bernard said his players have got over their 3-0 Manning Cup semi-final loss to Wolmer’s and are ready for today’s game.”The players are very upbeat. They see it as an opportunity to secure a piece of silverware for the team,” stressed Bernard.JC will expect top-level performances from key players Tyreke Magee, Donovan Dawkins – a man for the big occasion, and the leading scorer in this year’s competition with three goals, captain Oquin Robinson and Ronaldo Brown.KC will look to to goalscorer Rashaun Mackison, Trayvon Reid and defender Javian Brown, the team’s captain.Both teams recorded contrasting results en route to today’s decider.JC netted five goals, and conceded none. They beat Holy Trinity 3-0 and Haile Selassie 2-0.KC clipped Wolmer’s 4-3 on penalties after a 2-2 full and extra-time scoreline and had a 1-0 win over Bridgeport.The ISSA-FLOW Urban Under-14 final between reigning champions KC and Tivoli High will precede the Walker Cup final. It’s set to kick off at 3 p.m.
WOLFSBURG, Germany (AP):Germany’s attacking midfielder Julian Draxler has joined Paris Saint-Germain from Wolfsburg in a deal reportedly worth up to US$49 million.The 23-year-old Draxler has reportedly received a four-and-a-half-year deal according to a release from Wolfsburg. Both sides agreed not to disclose the transfer fee.German news agency dpa reported a fee of $43.9 million with bonuses of up to $5.2 million.Draxler joined Wolfsburg from Bundesliga rival Schalke for around 36 million euros in August 2015, but he never really settled at the Volkswagen-backed club.Draxler’s fortunes mirrored that of Wolfsburg. Bundesliga runner-up and German Cup winner in 2015, Wolfsburg are fighting relegation, with coach Dieter Hecking and general manager Klaus Allofs both losing their jobs earlier this season.Draxler had previously looked for a move – resisted by Allofs – and below-par performances saw him whistled at times by the club’s own fans.WORST HALF-SEASON”It was the worst half-season in my life,” Draxler said last Tuesday after Wolfsburg’s 2-1 win at Borussia Moenchengladbach.Draxler scored five goals in 34 league games for Wolfsburg. Altogether, he has 23 goals in 153 Bundesliga games and three in 27 games for Germany.”Of course, on one hand, I regret Julian’s departure because he’s an outstanding football player. On the other hand, I think this step is the right one for all parties,” Wolfsburg coach Valerien Ismael said. “In both games against (Eintracht) Frankfurt and in ‘Gladbach he again gave everything and showed that he cared about our club. I hope that he now finds a new challenge in France.”
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Dear Editor,The “fertilisation of suffocating poisonous weeds” is perhaps the mildest description that should be rationally associated with the behaviour and performance of the failed David Granger-led APNU/AFC Government. Central to their devious approach has been the challenging creation of a deliberate political and biased imbalance of Commissioners at the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM). This quartet has been deceptive rather than impartial in nature, promoting deliberate unconstitutional breaches, which they hope, will aid in providing them with a back door access to power at the imminent elections.Their actions have influenced a disappointing fraudulent silence from key administrative actors at the secretariat level of the Commission. The trade-off is that on the Government’s side, it benefits because the GECOM quartet has been covertly extending the time for their fraudulent endeavours. On the other side, the Government rewards its agents in GECOM by being conveniently accommodative and muffed while encouraging certain main players to have a bubble in the manipulated framework, to which they have consistently taken advantage.Towards the foregoing, the consistent following of PNC/R politically guided decisions by President Granger’s unilaterally appointed Chairman proves his political bias. He now leads the masqueraders at GECOM into spending millions of unauthorised dollars to prepare for the obviously unnecessary house-to-house registration as a mechanism of updating the Official List of Electors that runs contrary to the legally specified Continuous Registration Process.Chairman Patterson ought to be aware that the matter is before the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) for a decision since GECOM is a party to the case. It is clear and, therefore, gives no rational position for the spending of the millions of taxpayers’ dollars at their ‘whims and fancies’ in the absence of the decision and the clearly unnecessary procedure. The persons responsible for these spendings should have to answer since the situation brings into question the obvious abuse of the autonomy granted and the created disrepute of the Institution by the biased Commissioners advancing and directing a self-defeating constitutional mandate.Further, it must now go viral in Guyana that the GECOM Secretariat was not audited following the last two elections. The masqueraders are getting away with murder as the 2014-2015 accounts remain in limbo, given the hundreds of millions of dollars unaccounted for in the outrageous corruption at GECOM Secretariat. Inside sources at the organisation have informed that GECOM stores is a commercial outlet. A wide variety of items including pliers, Inks, all types of stationary, hardware items such as “black tanks” and other building materials are going cheap. The question for the principals of GECOM to answer is when was the last time the Secretariat closed the bonds and stores for thorough stocktaking and balance checks.It is clear that the GECOM Secretariat has no authority to hire staff since the task of selecting and approving the hiring of any staff at GECOM is solely the responsibility of the Commission. Yet, information received indicates that the GECOM payrolls for the years 2016, 2017, and 2018 were riddled with “phantom” names who received fat cat salaries. Our citizens demand that the spending spree and squandermania at GECOM be halted forthwith.This column was appropriately notified that during the training activities carried out under the auspices of the GECOM Secretariat in preparation for the illegal ‘house to house’ registration, millions of hard-earned taxpayer monies were lavishly spent. Areas of expenditure include travelling and the purchasing of special meals for GECOM and as a contribution to some highly questionable “wine dine” sport. It was a revelation to know that the special trainers went around the country with their spouses and touring team and they all enjoyed the luxury of hotel rooms, meals, and travelling.Reliable information received by this column indicates that the GECOM Secretariat has embarked on yet another spending spree. GECOM is proposing to spend a further 75 million dollars to upgrade and distribute ID cards. This is indeed a farcical exercise since GECOM, for several years now, has had a day-to-day system with well-established offices all over the country to replace lost or damaged ID cards. An inside source informed this writer that the 75 million dollars is for the boys at GECOM to get before the Regional and National Elections to do their dirty work.Oh! “God help us,” was the response from a technical person in respect to the $25 million allocated for the purchasing of fingerprinting kits. It is significant to note that a fingerprinting kit is 2.5 by 5 inches in size and is reusable. The highest quotes of costs for one of these kits is no more than one thousand dollars. This is a blatant rip-off and has been going on over the past few years and must be halted. The allocations for spending must and will be carefully looked at, and be exposed in the future.Guyanese must rally against this massive fraud by demanding forensic audits of the transactions undertaken by the GECOM Secretariat, which also advances the clandestine ulterior motive of the APNU/AFC cabal.Respectfully,Neil Kumar
RISING STARS! YOUNG DONEGAL ATHLETES IN THE MEDALS AT CELTIC GAMESTHE next generation of Donegal athletes contributed handsomely to a Celtic Games youth team victory in Aberdeen Saturday over neighbours Scotland and Wales.Finn Valleys’ Fellan McGuigan, with a new personal best in the hammer at 67.39m struck gold.Kate McGowan from Donegal Town saw a victory and a gold performance plus a Celtic record of 11.67 in 80m hurdles into a -2.5 wind. And Valley’s John Kelly in the shot 16.51m with his clubmate Dalton Mc Guigan and brother of Fellan taking the bronze in the steeple 2k 6.20.85.Well done and we look forward to many fine performances from these young hopefuls who are national age group champions in Ireland. ATHLETICS: NEXT GENERATION OF DONEGAL ATHLETES WIN GOLDS AT CELTC GAMES was last modified: August 12th, 2012 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:ATHLETICS: NEXT GENERATION OF DONEGAL ATHLETES WIN GOLDS AT CELTC GAMES
Spurs conceded twice inside the final five minutes to lose to Internazionale of Milan last month 2 The Lilywhites seem to have recovered some form after their dodgy couple of weeks in September, with three wins – one on penalties against Watford – in their last three matches.The poor form curse has instead switched to Spurs’ upcoming opponents Barca, who have failed to win any of their three games since beating PSV Eindhoven in their first Champions League fixture of the season. Upcoming talkSPORT commentaries Napoli vs Liverpool (Wednesday, October 3) – CLICK TO LISTENSheffield Wednesday vs West Brom (Wednesday, October 3) – CLICK TO LISTENQarabag vs Arsenal (Thursday, October 4) – CLICK TO LISTEN Though Tottenham’s form has recently improved, Pochettino’s side head into the match in the middle of an injury crisis.Dele Alli, Jan Vertonghen, Mousa Dembele, Christian Eriksen and Serge Aurier are all out of action until after the international break, while goalkeepers Hugo Lloris and Michel Vorm are doubts for Wednesday’s clash.But how could the Lilywhites line-up against Barcelona? talkSPORT.com’s predicted Spurs XI can be seen below… Wednesday’s Champions League clash between Tottenham and Barcelona at Wembley is something of a must-win for Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs.The north Londoners were defeated by Inter in their European opener last month and a second loss this week could see them six points off the top two places that secure passage to the competition’s knockout rounds. 2 Predicted line-up: Lloris; Trippier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Davies; Dier, Wanyama; Lamela, Lucas, Son; Kane
THE new owners of the Sand House Hotel in Rossnowlagh has created 15 new jobs to help cope with a huge upturn in business.Paul Diver only bought the premises two months ago at a stressed property auction in Dublin, paying €650k for a hotel once valued at €6M.But he says there has been so much good will from people travelling to the hotel from all over the world as well as locally that he has had to bring in extra staff. “I’ve had to bring in 15 more staff than I would normally have at this time of the year,” Mr Diver confirmed today.He had managed the hotel for 20 years before getting the chance to own it in that auction.“We were booked out over Easter and that was the busiest I have ever seen it here in all my time,” said the owner today.“Local people have been fantastic. Those on the staff here are from around the area and we have seen so much business from throughout Co Donegal from people supporting the hotel. “We’ve also seen a huge increase in visitors from the rest of the Republic of Ireland which wouldn’t have been the case before.”Mr Diver has taken on new staff in the kitchen, bar and for the spa which has seen a massive jump in trade.He said there had also been a lot of new visitors from America, the North and Britain. DELIGHT AS NEW DONEGAL HOTEL OWNER CREATES 15 EXTRA JOBS was last modified: April 16th, 2012 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:DELIGHT AS NEW DONEGAL HOTEL OWNER CREATES 15 EXTRA JOBS