The Bundesliga was suspended on March 13 and the 36 clubs that make up the two main categories, Thirteen are in bankruptcy threat, reason why this economic injection serves as lifeguards. In exchange for the discount, the chain has agreed on a very fast transfer that will guarantee that they can float during the break.The DAZN chain (which incorporates Eurosport), on the other hand, is now under pressure, since it only broadcasts sports competitions and the platform is suffering significant losses to face the payment of € 20 million remaining. For his part, the public channels, ARD and ZDF, which own the rights to the summaries of the matches, will pay the DFL its last installment, established at 40 million euros. According L’Equipe, the clubs of the German first and second division will have a breather, since Sky Sport, the main holder of the Bundesliga television rights until 2021, has reached an agreement with the German League (DFL) to pay the last of the four installments corresponding to the last stretch of the season. After tough negotiations, they have managed to reduce the 225 million euros of the last installment (They were 900 million per campaign) in several tens of millions.
Last year Calabar High matched their best ever winning streak at the annual Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Athletic Championships, when they won their fourth successive crown. On Saturday, the Red Hills Road-based school lifted the Mortimer Geddes Trophy for the fifth time on the bounce, when they beat away the challenge of perennial rivals Kingston College (KC) to gain their 26th hold. For head coach, Clarke, last year was his first time winning four straight and after extending it to five-in-a-row on Saturday, the tactician described the victory as ‘memorable’ and says plans are in place for the school to go on and claim a sixth straight championship. “This is a memorable one, very historic. The school in its history has never done five straight before. KC is a talented team, very well coached, but today (Saturday) was our day. But that’s championships for you,” Clarke commented amid the team’s celebrations on the running track. “But it’s not so much for me, it’s for the school. They have never gone five straight, so that’s historic. For me it’s also quite an achievement and I am quite pleased by the success. “We are always planning ahead, like three years ahead so it’s quite a possibility,” he said about winning next year. 15 TITLES Clarke has won a combined 15 Boys’ Champs titles with three different schools. He won his first championship with St Jago in 1988; then moved to Jamaica College where he won seven titles. He won his first double in 1991-92 with the Old Hope Road-based school and his first triple with the ‘Dark Blues’ from 1998-2000. He joined his alma mater, Calabar, in 2003 and saw them to back-to-back titles in 2007 and 2008. Last year he claimed his first four-peat and now he has won five straight titles for the first time. “I am humbled by the success and I give God thanks for it as well,” he told The Gleaner. Calabar finished with 287.50 points, well clear of KC, 250, and JC, 227.50.
Anneisha McLaughlin-Whilby, who in her first Olympics last year copped silver with Jamaica’s 4x400m women’s relay team, returned to training last week with her sights set on the 400m at next year’s IAAF World Championships in London next year. The former Holmwood Technical standout, now a 30-year-old wife, last summer, copped an all important medal which was, no doubt, the missing part of a very resplendent youth career. “I started training this week, so I am very excited. I would say I had a wonderful season last year; 2016 was good for me and a comeback year for me,” she outlined. “I made my first Olympic team and I got a silver medal in the women’s 4x400m,” the athlete continued, in company of her number-one fan and husband Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) Captain Cortess Whilby. They were present at a ceremony for the country’s Olympic and Paralympic athletes at the National Indoor Sports Centre last Saturday night. “I definitely think my best is yet to come seeing as I changed to the 400m, so the room for improvement is great, and I am just looking forward to next season,” she continued. “Personally, I don’t really set short-term goals. I do it one step at a time as the season progresses. I don’t really have times that I would like to meet; I just look to go out there and compete to do my best and surpass my previous marks,” she told The Gleaner. In 2002, the talented athlete was awarded the Austin Sealy Trophy for the most outstanding athlete of the Carifta Games. However, she never made the expected transition onto the world stage. She finished fifth in the 200m final at the 2009 IAAF World Championships and reached the Commonwealth Games final also, then dropped the 200m to pursue the 400m at the National trials prior to the Rio Olympics. She is still working with high school coach Maurice Wilson. “I just hope to train hard and stay injury free and, hopefully, I will make the World Championships team,” added the athlete. She was backed by a husband who is also the JDF’s sports team captain. “It was a good feeling when she and her team picked up that medal. I’m hoping for the best for her. She did well this season and we are looking for better next season, hopefully God is on her side and she stays injury free and will pull through with gold,” Captain Whilby pointed out. He noted that he will be hoping to travel to London to support his wife. “Well, my boss is here. Hopefully, there is nothing in the country that requires me here, and, hopefully, I can go,” he remarked. “I do think she has her best to come.” HARD WORK AHEAD
LATEST STORIES Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Quelling fears of a split board, the PBA’s governors or their representatives all showed up for the preseason press conference: (from left) MagnoliaHotshots governor Rene Pardo, Rain or Shine governor Mamerto Mondragon, Meralco alternate governor Ryan Gregorio, TNT assistant team manager Magnum Membrere, GlobalPort alternate governor Erick Arejola, Alaska governor Dickie Bachmann, GlobalPort governor and team owner and PBA chair Rep. Mikee Romero, NLEX governor and PBA vice chair Ramoncito Fernandez, Phoenix governor Raymond Zorilla, Kia governor Bobby Rosales, Blackwater governor Silliman Sy, San Miguel Beer governor RobertNon and Barangay Ginebra governor Alfrancis Chua. —EARVIN PERIASIn the strongest indication yet that the Philippine Basketball Association is ready to put behind it a leadership crisis that roused fears of a delayed season start, two officials belonging to the two factions of the board vowed to steer the league toward a bigger and better year for hoop fans.Rep. Mikee Romero, the PBA chair, said that the board stands united behind pushing for the league’s continued progress, adding that the league would showcase the only thing that matters when it opens on Dec. 17.ADVERTISEMENT Also present were Robert Non of San Miguel, Alfrancis Chua of Ginebra, Rene Pardo of Magnolia, Dickie Bachmann of Alaska, Mert Mondragon of Rain or Shine, Raymond Zorrilla of Phoenix, Silliman Sy of Blackwater, Bobby Rosales of Kia, alternate governor Ryan Gregorio of Meralco, and TNT assistant team manager Magnum Membrere. All 12 representatives sat at one table, a watershed moment considering the friction caused by the split the past two months.“I think we’re a very solid group at this point in time. Business as usual,” Romero said.Narvasa was also present, but he was on a separate table with other league officials.He had virtually nothing to say in an event where, in the past, commissioners usually run the show, opting to hand the reins to the governors. The league made it clear beforehand that questions regarding Narvasa’s tenure would not be addressed during the press conference, but Romero said that the governors would deal with their problems internally.“We [decided] that we will have one voice, not just for the 12 teams but for the Philippine fans of basketball,” said Romero. “We want to be one voice in representing the whole PBA.”And there seems to be still a lot for the board to discuss. At the end of the presser, the governors left in two separate groups, with the seven-team bloc that wants Narvasa out exiting ahead of the five-team group seeking to retain him as commissioner.At the very least, however, the board has shown a semblance of unity and it promises the fans that basketball at the highest level will be available to them despite the leadership crisis.“We will assure the fans that we will provide the same entertainment, the same basketball fun that we have always provided,” promised Romero.And the board will continue to find ways to improve the league.“Definitely the biggest value of PBA is entertainment. As long as we make the matchups competitive, this will make the PBA more valuable,” Fernandez said. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? But unlike during the awards night, Romero had another voice backing his vow—and it came from the other side of the fence, a strong indication that the board is heading toward the right direction.“What the board promises you is we will have a more exciting year and we’ll continue to delight the millions of fans of the PBA,” said PBA vice chair Ramoncito Fernandez of NLEX. “We promise that with your support, we will continue to make the PBA very relevant to the Filipinos.”Fernandez was supposed to assume chairmanship of the board this season, but due to an apparent boycott by clubs associated with one of the warring blocs, the annual board meeting in Los Angeles that was also to serve as the turnover ceremony didn’t push through, leaving the structure of the board in status quo.The warring groups, split over the tenure of commissioner Chito Narvasa, couldn’t seem to find a compromise to work on, giving rise to fears that the season opener would be pushed back at least a month—or postponed indefinitely.Romero and Fernandez were among the 10 governors who showed up for the meeting to quash that apprehension. 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I think basketball has to be played inside the basketball court. I’m a purist and I like the purity of the game.”The statement was a followup to remarks he made during the PBA Press Corps awards night, where he boldly promised that the board of governors was ready to heal the fissures that split it into two blocs. View comments Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READ
The Education Ministry was on Tuesday challenged by Region Four Regional Chairperson, Genevieve Allen, to introduce Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) at other secondary schools that have been performing well.In particular, the regional chairperson said CAPE should be introduced at the Annandale and Diamond Secondary Schools – East Coast and East Bank Demerara respectively – as a result of their outstanding performances over the past years.Region Four Regional Chairperson, Genevieve AllenShe made the call at the region’s Education Department Regional Award Ceremony held at the National Cultural Centre (NCC) on Tuesday.“I want to challenge the Department of Education, Region Four and the Ministry of Education, that we only have the President’s College that offers CAPE examination within our region. I am quite sure that because Diamond Secondary has been excelling over the years, along with Annandale Secondary, that want in our projection that either both of those schools or one of those schools, that it should be proposed that they begin to enter our students in the CAPE examination,” she said.Allen posited that there have been major improvements in the education sector over the years as she congratulated the officials for their hard work.Parents were also reminded of the integral role they play in the lives of their children, and that they should continue to work with them to see further improvements.Education Minister Nicolette Henry“I want to encourage all of us to work with our schools at the National Grade Six level. All of our parents will wish, hope and pray that your child is awarded a place at the Queen’s College, or one of the senior secondary schools. I want to remind us that all of us have varying levels of skills and abilities, and I want to urge us to work with our children so that they too can strive ….” she emphasised.In addition, Tiffany Favourite-Harvey, acting Regional Officer (REO), applauded the efforts of the awardees for their performances, noting that this is made possible due to the hardworking staff of the education department.Among the awardees were St Andrews Primary, for Outstanding Performance at the 2019 NGTA; Covent Garden Primary School, for Most Improved School for NGTA 2019; New Diamond/Grove Primary School for Outstanding Performance for NGFA; NGSA 2019, Swami Purnananda Primary School; and for Most Improved School for NGSA 2019, Cane Grove Secondary.
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0Shares0000Yellow flowers are displayed in front of a portrait of Argentinian forward Emiliano Sala at the Beaujoire stadium in Nantes, France — Sala was traveling from Nantes to his new club Cardiff City when he died © AFP/File / LOIC VENANCEBUENOS AIRES, Argentina, Feb 13 – Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala’s body is to be returned to Argentina on Friday, the mayor of his hometown of Progreso, Julio Muller, told AFP Tuesday.Sala’s body was recovered from plane wreckage in the English Channel last week. He was flying to his new team, English Premier League side Cardiff City, from his old French club Nantes when his plane went missing over the Channel on January 21. Muller said Sala’s body would arrive in the late afternoon and be taken to the gymnasium next to his youth club’s headquarters, where a vigil was scheduled.He said Sala’s “mother, sister and brother have already arrived in Progreso.”British authorities formally identified Sala’s body last week, after which his family said they could “now begin to mourn our son and our brother.”Sala, who was 28, died of “head and trunk injuries,” an inquest in England heard on Monday.He was travelling in a light aircraft that disappeared near the British island of Guernsey.The wreckage was found on the seabed but 59-year-old pilot David Ibbotson remains missing.Sala’s former team gave him a rousing send off on Sunday, playing a French league match in a special all black kit for the occasion, with each player wearing the Argentine’s name on the back of their jersey rather than their own.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)
A High Court action by a Donegal woman abused as a child by her Irish dancing teacher has been put on hold to await the result of his Supreme Court appeal. Michael Quigley of Barnhill Park, Letterkenny is challenging a ruling from last year that ordered him to pay 42-year-old Dana Doherty €400,000 damages.Her lawyers say the former printer and dance teacher has not paid her any of the award and has claimed that he is a man of no means. He is retired form his job and has no regular means of income.She claims he got a substantial payment when he took voluntary redundancy as a printer with the Derry Journal in the late 1990s, and had also made good money from his dancing classes in Derry and Letterkenny.They are now challenging the transfer of two houses owned by Mr Quigley to his wife Alice in 1998 and 2000 in which no money changed hands.Both sides have now agreed to adjourn the case until after his appeal.Mr Quigley, 69, had sought to keep his identity a secret during the case but Ms Doherty won the right to name her abuser.Through her solcitor, Ms Doherty, had said she hopes the relevant authorities in Irish dancing circles, on hearing her story, will ensure all necessary steps are taken to protect children under their care.By taking this civil action, Ms Doherty had at last had her voice heard and she was eternally grateful to two fellow Irish dancers who came forward to corroborate her evidence, he said.Mr Quigley has always maintained his innocence.CASE AGAINST DANCE TEACHER PUT ON HOLD AS VICTIM CHALLENGES HOUSE OWNERSHIP was last modified: July 6th, 2012 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:DANA DOHERTYIrish dance teacherMICHAEL QUIGLEYsex abuse
Joe Hart should return to the Premier League and would be a good signing for Everton, Liverpool or Manchester United.That is the view of former top flight goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer, who was speaking to Jim White on talkSPORT on Thursday.Hart was shipped out of Manchester City in August, having played just one game this season before Pep Guardiola replaced him with Claudio Bravo.Despite starting his loan spell with Torino strongly, his performances in recent months have been well below par, and he has already conceded 59 league goals with one game left to go.It seems unlikely he will secure a permanent move to Turin, and Schwarzer feels it would be better for Hart to remain in the Premier League.In fact, he named three first division clubs at which Hart could be a good fit.Schwarzer, who made 514 Premier League appearances, said: “I think it’s best for him to be back in the Premier League, I really do.“Which club? There are a number of clubs.“I think Everton would be good fit for him, I’d say Liverpool if they are deciding to change anything in there.“I think Manchester United, if [David] De Gea were to leave. Joe Hart could be a very good fit for Manchester United.”
Brendan Boyce back home for the Milford 5kWORLD class walker Brendan Boyce showed he can run too when he finished fourth in his hometown 5k in Milford,Brendan was taking part in the John Kilmartin Memorial 5k which was won by clubmate Ivan Toner.All the results are below. 1 24 16.04 Ivan Toner SM Letterkenny AC2 37 16.21 Dean Toland SM Finn Valley AC 3 79 16.28 Andrew Friel SM Finn Valley AC4 107 16.35 Brendan Boyce SM Letterkenny AC5 118 16.43 Ciaran Crawford SM Letterkenny AC6 46 16.46 Paul Toner M40+ Letterkenny AC7 139 16.47 Conal McCambridge JM N Belfast Har8 15 16.55 Dan King SM Letterkenny AC9 76 17.07 Adam Friel SM Letterkenny AC 10 96 17.15 Noel Diver SM Rosses A.C.11 106 17.17 Liam Doherty M35+ Cranford AC12 25 17.22 Garreth Kerrigan SM Milford AC13 33 17.27 Jude O’Donnell M40+ Individual 14 13 17.28 Hugh Coll M40+ Individual15 143 17.38 Callum Boyce SM Individual16 93 17.39 Fionnuala Diver SW Letterkenny AC17 41 17.54 Declan Doherty SM Foyle Valley18 12 17.57 Mark Mc Paul JM Individual19 59 17.58 PJ Boyce M45+ Cranford AC20 74 17.59 Joe Gallagher SM Individual21 43 18.07 David McNish M40+ Individual22 32 18.18 Peter Lillburn M60+ City Of Derry23 21 18.21 Damian McBride SM Milford AC24 136 18.22 John Whoriskey SM Individual25 78 18.23 Joe Hegarty M45+ Individual26 34 18.32 Stephen Mitchell JM Individual27 16 18.36 Gerard Mc Gettigan M50+ Milford AC28 30 18.37 Joe Gallagher M40+ Milford AC29 128 18.42 Raymond McGahey M45+ Individual30 115 18.43 Michael Gallagher JM Individual31 137 18.44 Curly Coyle M35+ Individual32 63 18.45 Dylan McGarrigal JM Individual33 141 18.53 Ciaran Gallaher SM Individual34 80 18.54 Andrew Stoddard SM Individual35 147 18.56 Michael Burke SM Individual36 133 19.06 Stewart Mcgee SM Individual37 85 19.10 Mark Houston JM Individual38 129 19.13 Brian Doherty SM Milford AC39 31 19.27 Michael Gallagher M50+ Foyle Valley40 127 19.40 Darragh Kelly SM Individual41 77 19.42 Cathal Morrison M40+ Individual42 20 19.51 Ray McGrory SM Milford AC43 58 19.54 Liam Marley M50+ Cranford AC44 90 19.54 Patrick McConigley JM Letterkenny AC45 88 20.12 PJ Friel M50+ Individual46 65 20.18 Phil Boyle M40+ Letterkenny AC47 142 20.26 Peter McGinley JM Individual48 64 20.28 Rossa Doherty JM Individual49 97 20.31 Owen McLaughlin JM Individual50 121 20.33 Gerard Dorrian M45+ Individual51 134 20.36 Paul Lee SM Individual52 57 20.37 Gillian Marley JW Milford AC53 103 20.40 Manus Boyce SM Individual54 35 20.42 Michael Simms JM Individual55 124 20.52 Noel Kilpatrick SM Individual56 40 20.56 Brian McBride M60+ Letterkenny AC57 104 20.58 Eugene McGinley M45+ Individual58 2 21.05 Kenny Graham M40+ Individual59 113 21.05 Kiaran Burke SM Individual60 146 21.08 Cian McGettigan JM Individual61 84 21.08 Daniel Cullen SM Letterkenny AC62 51 21.15 Francis Diver M45+ Milford AC63 75 21.16 Martin Gallagher SM Individual64 89 21.23 Emma Mcgee SW Individual65 132 21.28 Seamus Cannon M50+ Individual66 55 21.33 James Doherty M60+ Milford AC67 122 21.40 Patrick McNulty SM Individual68 36 21.40 Mark Wilson JM Individual69 100 21.42 John McKelvey SM Individual70 101 21.42 Ciaran Doherty SM UnitedHealthGroup71 110 21.46 James McBride M60+ Individual72 23 21.49 David Oleary SM Individual73 117 22.02 John Boyce SM Individual74 86 22.03 Serena Mcdaid SW Individual75 105 22.11 Sean O’Donnell M50+ Individual76 48 22.20 Jackie Harvey W50+ Tír Chonaill AC77 44 22.21 vera Haughey W50+ Tír Chonaill AC78 148 22.22 Gloria Donaghey W50+ Finn Valley AC79 299 22.23 Owen O’Donnell Walker Milford AC80 140 22.24 Ita McCambridge W50+ North Belfast Harriers81 22 22.36 Liam Doherty M40+ Individual82 150 22.39 Grace Friel W40+ Milford AC83 125 22.39 Aodhan Dorrian JM Individual84 66 22.40 Ciaran Liddy M35+ Individual85 81 22.41 Matt Doherty M40+ Individual86 11 22.43 Laird Mc Kinnley SM Milford AC87 56 22.47 Marrian Kerr SW Letterkenny AC88 47 22.57 Declan Friel M40+ Milford AC89 67 23.19 Patricia Orsi W45+ Milford AC90 87 23.19 Patrick Sweeney M40+ Individual91 114 23.21 tara Jacob SW Individual92 131 23.23 John Burke M40+ Individual93 135 23.29 Annette Sheahy W35+ Milford AC94 300 23.34 Owen Hiemstra Walker Milford AC95 14 23.35 Sylvster Heistra M40+ Milford AC96 82 23.39 Alison Stoddard SW Individual97 19 23.54 Orla Cullan SW Milford AC98 130 23.57 Nancy McNamee W40+ Finn Valley AC99 45 24.08 Rosemary McNish W40+ Individual100 145 24.09 Amanda Quinn W35+ Individual101 149 24.10 Yvonne O’Donnell SW Milford AC102 39 24.12 Gary Rodgers SM Individual103 116 24.15 Grainne Cullen SW Individual104 109 24.20 Frank McGettigan M50+ Individual105 99 24.22 Damian Doherty M35+ Individual106 144 24.26 Pat Sweeney M40+ Individual107 3 24.31 Pat Ferry M40+ Individual108 1 24.32 John Ward SM Milford AC109 28 24.59 Dermot Friel JM Individual110 4 24.59 Pat Mc Kenna W40+ Letterkenny AC111 6 25.34 Eammon Ferry M40+ Milford AC112 61 25.39 Joanne Kilmartin W35+ Individual113 60 25.41 Paul Mcnally SM Individual114 62 25.46 Garry Coll SM Individual115 10 25.53 Kelly Mc Kinley SW Milford AC116 111 25.54 Valerie Coyle SW Individual117 108 25.54 Mary McLaughlin SW Individual118 38 26.18 Amanda Toland SW Individual119 298 26.22 Paul Ryan Walker Milford AC120 50 26.22 Agnus Ryan SW Milford AC121 17 26.33 Martin Mc Hugh M50+ Milford AC122 123 26.57 Anne Kelly W40+ Individual123 94 27.12 Catherine Boyle W50+ Individual124 151 27.13 Michael Douglas M40+ Individual125 91 27.17 Roisin Doherty SW Individual126 54 27.19 Anne Doherty W60 Milford AC127 49 27.38 Desmond Brownlie M65+ Lagan Valley128 70 28.00 Noreen Fagan SW Individual129 126 28.14 Maureen Gallagher SW Individual130 152 28.14 Sean Douglas M40+ Individual131 92 28.17 Mary McGrath W35+ Individual132 95 28.25 Linda Grant SW Individual133 83 28.28 Bridgin Blaney SW Milford AC134 7 28.32 Linda Harkin SW UnitedHealthGroup135 9 28.33 Sinead Kinnear SW UnitedHealthGroup136 18 28.33 Thomas McGinty M40+ Individual137 68 28.37 Brid Mcdaid SW Individual138 52 28.37 Mariead Sharkey W40+ Milford AC139 69 29.13 Julie Murphy W45+ Individual140 98 29.14 Gerard Grant SM Individual141 29 29.18 Josie Gallgher W40+ Individual142 120 29.19 Josephine Burke W50+ Individual143 8 30.26 Carol Ferry W35+ Milford AC144 73 30.52 Anne Quinn W35+ Individual145 138 31.21 Adam Friel JM Individual146 71 31.21 Mary Gallagher SW Individual147 119 32.03 Magella Orr W35+ Individual148 72 32.43 Kathleen McCourt W40+ Individual149 53 33.55 Margaret Deeney W40+ Milford AC150 201 35.03 Claudia Ward JW Individual151 26 37.30 Bridget Friel W40+ Milford AC152 27 37.30 Margaret Black SW Milford AC153 290 37.57 Ashling Dorrian Walker Individual154 291 40.53 Aoife McGettigan Walker Milford AC155 292 40.55 Rachel Conaghan Walker Milford AC156 294 44.46 Margaret Boyce Walker Milford AC157 295 44.46 Mary Odonnell Walker Milford ACTotal Runners: 157RESULTS: BRENDAN BOYCE SHOWS HE CAN RUN TOO IN MILFORD 5K was last modified: September 1st, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on 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