In Portugal we find one of the great nonsense of the day. The Famalicao, great revelation of the NOS League, fell 0-7 against Vitória de Guimaraes, who had no mercy with the team of Álex Centelles and Toni Martínez. Those of Vila Nova, who played with a player less since 23 ’for the expulsion of Anderson, lost the opportunity to finish the day in third position.Yes it is third the Honka, which rose to the third place of his group in the Suomen Cup thanks to a goal from the Canary Borjas Martín In the discount. Those of Espoo, who started the competition with a draw and a defeat, achieved their first win of the season and in the next day will be measured at TPS Turku.He also suffered to take the three points St. Gallen, who had to play the last minutes of his game against Servette with one player less after the expulsion of Valencian Victor Ruiz. Those of San Galo prevailed thanks to a goal from Itten and continue to lead the Swiss First Division with the same points as the Young Boys. Jordi Quintillá, who also started, played 90 minutes in the midfield of Peter Zeidler’s.Tables in the Costa Rican classicThe weekend also left Spanish protagonists in America. Without going any further the Alajuelense of the sports director Agustin Lleida he reaped a home draw in the Costa Rican classic against Saprissa. The Guabirá of Bruno Easter, which ended with a streak of three consecutive losses 2-1 imposing Bolivar at the Opening of Bolivia.In Nicaragua he highlighted Pablo Gállego, who opened the scoring in the visit of his club, Managua FC, which was his first team in the Central American country, Real Estelí. The confrontation between two of the teams called to play the Clausura ended with a 0-2 visitor victory. After reaping three victories and one defeat in the first four days, Gállego’s team is second.It is also second, although in Mexico, the Pumas de Michel Gonzalez, which beat Atlético de San Luis 4-0 and is the only team in the MX League that after five days still does not know defeat. “It has been a more complex game than the result reflects,” said the Spanish coach after the meeting.In Asia, the achievement of the Vissel Kobe of Andres Iniesta Y Sergi Samper, which was proclaimed champion of Supercopa in Japan after defeating Yokohama Marinos in a round of agonizing penalties in which there were up to nine consecutive failures. The Mohun Bagan of Kibu Vicuña also lives a great moment, which defeated Punjab 1-0 with Fran Morante, Fran González and Joseba Beitia in the 11th and already accumulates nine consecutive games without losing. The return of the Ekstraklasa (Polish First Division) marked the weekend in code ‘Spaniards around the world’. We also have protagonists in Cyprus, where ‘Spanish AEK Larnaca’ managed to impose itself on APOEL, or in Greece, where Marc Fernández and Fran Vélez signed the goals of the draw between Asteras Tripolis and Aris de Thessaloniki.Poland smells like football againThe return of the Polish First Division marked the European weekend. Santi Samanes, Already recovered from the pubalgia that kept him away from the playing fields since his arrival in Poland, he played his first minutes with Arka Gdynia, who fell at home (0-1) against the Krakow of Rubio López. They also debuted in the competition Carlos Moros Y Samu Corral, Headlines during the visit of the LKS Lodz to the Warsaw Legia. The spring knights came forward in 53 ’, but the leader turned the scoreboard in the final minutes. He signed it 3-1 José Kanté, whose role in the attack of the Vukovic team will be crucial after the departure of Jaroslaw Niezgoda to the MLS.Like Kanté, he also ‘wet’ Jorge Felix -Recently elected best foreigner of 2019 in the Ekstraklasa-, which opened the scoring in the Piast Gliwice victory over Zaglebie. And although he did it with the subsidiary, he also scored Dani Ramírez, whom the accumulation of cards prevented him from playing this weekend with the first team of Lech Poznan. The Spaniard, brand new winter signing of the railroad, will be under the command of Dariusz Zuraw to visit Krakow next Sunday.The Asteras Tripolis-Aris of the 23rd round in the Greek Super League also had a Spanish flavor. Six Spaniards – Dani Suárez, Marc Fernández and Xesc Regís for the locals and Julián Cuesta, Fran Vélez and Matilla for the visitors – were headlines and two of them signed the only two goals of the match: Vélez advanced to Aris in the 13th minute and Fernández matched the light in the 26 ’. Borja Fernández, Albert Riera and José Luis Valiente were the changes of the Asteras in the second half.Also in Greece, although in the Third Division, it is worth noting the triumph of AO Trikala, which won 1-0 against Aspropyrgos Enosis thanks to a lonely goal by the Spanish Diego Peláez, former Teruel, Conquense or Mirandés.In Cyprus it was AEK Larnaca who monopolized all the prominence. The team whose sports management occupies Arnal Llibert managed to defeat APOEL and did it with eight Spanish soccer players in 11: Toño Ramírez, Acorán Barrera, José Manuel Fernández, Román Golobart, Mikel González, José Naranjo, Lluís Sastre and Joan Truyols. It is curious, therefore, that the only goal of the match was signed by Dutch Hector Hevel.
Category: wfdfymautuvzduuz Equity Assurance Gets New MD
Equity Assurance Ltd., New MD/CEO, N’KattaEquity Assurance Limited, one of the leading insurance companies operating in the country, has appointed a new managing director (MD) or chief executive officer (CEO), to steer the affairs of the company into a more brighter and vibrant future.The new CEO is Mathieu N’Katta, an Ivorian with many years of experience in the insurance industry across the African continent.Mr. N’Katta, whose appointment was announced over the weekend at the peak of his career, worked as regional expert insurance risk manager, African Subsidiaries in 11 countries as head of the management control and financial management division at Equity Assurance subsidiaries in West Africa.He later worked at the Millennium Assurances Internationals IARD (SUNU Group-Non-Life Insurance Company, Abidjan) as Chief of Underwriting Department.The appointment of Mr. N’Katta, according to Equity Assurance Ltd Board Chairman, Steve Kolubah, is part of the ongoing rebranding exercises of the entity.“This appointment brings to an end the tenure of the entity’s interim leadership,” Mr. Kolubah said at a recent press conference. He expressed gratitude because the appointment of Mr. N’Katta has brought an end to the transition period.“I want to let you know that we are not only strong as a company, I am also happy to announce to you that Equity Assurance has a new MD,” Kolubah said.He said that by July, and with the approval from the Central Bank of Liberia, going through the necessary documentation and paper’s filing, the company will be known as SUNU Assurances Liberia Limited.N’Katta holds a Certificate in Entrepreneurship, Marketing and Managerial Business Administration Management, Marketing, Finance, Human Resource from the Society for Creative Innovations, USA.He also has a Master Degree in Actuarial Science and Risk Management from the INSTITUT NATIONAL POLYTECHNIQUE FELIX HOUPHOUET BOIGNY in Abidjan. He also served as an underwriter at the Nouvelle d’Assurances Côte d’Ivoire in its technical and commercial department.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Category: wfdfymautuvzduuz The Warm Up – Sunday, September 7
Listen to the best bits of today’s show as Max and Barry look ahead to the international action and have a chat with for Chelsea and Leeds defender Michael Duberry, and musician Example.
Category: wfdfymautuvzduuz Event helps cancer victim’s family
Category: wfdfymautuvzduuz Man with 110 previous convictions jailed again for petrol station drive-off
A man with 110 previous convictions has been jailed for three months after driving off from a petrol station without paying for €82 of fuel.Gardai spotted Thomas McDonagh after he spun the wheels of his red Hyundai Tucson and he left the Applegreen Filling Station and drove across four lanes of roadway in Letterkenny on May 4th, 2018. McDonagh’s solicitor Mr Patsy Gallagher said his client was a 39-year-old father of three who had battled drug and drink addictions for many years.The court also heard that McDonagh, with an address at Castlerea Prison, had pleaded guilty to public order charges at Letterkenny University Hospital and at Lower Main street in Letterkenny.Judge Paul Kelly imposed fines totalling €300 and also jailed McDonagh for three months on the theft charge.Another charge against McDonagh was put back until June 17th to allow the Director of Public Prosecutions to review the charge.Man with 110 previous convictions jailed again for petrol station drive-off was last modified: June 5th, 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:drive-offjailedpetrol stationThomas McDonagh
Category: wfdfymautuvzduuz GAA NEWS: GLENSWILLY SAYS GOODBYE TO FINBARR GLACKIN
Glenswilly GAA notesGlenswilly lays Finbarr to restThe huge attendance at the funeral of club stalwart Finbarr Glackin on Sunday last spoke volumes of the highest regard in which he was held by club and the community.A founding member and the club president, Finbarr epitomised all that is good about the GAA and the local community.From the first green shoots of Glenswilly GAA Club, Finbarr had been one of the club’s making driving force and held numerous positions throughout his life.The club, from juvenile members, up to the senior team and club executive, formed a guard of honour as his remains were brought for funeral mass.GAA club representatives from across Donegal including the Donegal County Executive turned up to pay their last respects to Finbarr.The huge numbers at his wake at his home in Barack was also testament to the high regard in which he was held by neighbours and friends.Club chairman Peter McConnell expressed his sympathy on behalf of the club to Finbarr’s wife and eight sons and extended family circle.Just hours after his funeral mass, the senior team put in a convincing display to reach the quarter finals of the senior club championship.No doubt Finbarr was looking down on a rain-soaked Foxhall with a proud smile.May he rest in peace. U13s enjoy great friendlyThe Under 13s had a great first outing of the season when they traveled the short distance to take on Letterkenny Gaels. It was the first game of the season for both tams and a great warm-up game for the season ahead was enjoyed by both sides. Thanks to Gaels manager James Freyne for hosting the game and the best of luck to the Gaels for their season ahead. Training of the U13 boys continues on Friday nights and txts will go out to players abut times, etc.Under 10s trip to MalinThe Under 10s took two teams to Malin Town on Saturday last for a terrific underage blitz involving several clubs. Both teams, under coaches Gerard McGrenra, Paddy McAteer, Lee Gildea and Labhaoise Maguire, turned in some super displays of football. The club would like to thank the Malin club for their terrific organisation and hospitality on the day. Many parents also traveled the long distance to support the young players and this was very much appreciated by the club. SeniorsDespite the atrocious conditions, the seniors enjoyed a solid championship win over Malin on Sunday evening last. A great team display by the lads saw them through to the quarter final of the competition. Keep it up lads.Executive meetingThe monthly meeting of the club executive will take place on Monday evening next at 9pm. All are encouraged to attend to discuss a number of issues.Bingo The bingo continues to b a solid source of revenue for the club and continues each Wednesday night in the club. Anybody who can give a hand on the night is asked to contact Paul Lapsley.NotesIf anybody has anything for the club notes, can they please forward them to firstname.lastname@example.org before Monday night.GAA NEWS: GLENSWILLY SAYS GOODBYE TO FINBARR GLACKIN was last modified: August 25th, 2015 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:Glenswilly GAA notes
Category: wfdfymautuvzduuz Arsenal and Man City linked with Real Betis star who scored against Barcelona
no dice 1 shining Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Did Mahrez just accidentally reveal Fernandinho is leaving Man City this summer? gameday cracker Man United transfer news live: Haaland ‘wants a change’, two players off in January REVEALED Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won REVEALED huge blow tense whoops Premier League giants Arsenal and Manchester City are among the clubs taking a closer look at Real Betis starlet Junior Firpo.The exciting left-back has caught the eye regularly so far this season, not least during the club’s 4-3 win over Barcelona at the weekend, during which he scored. Latest Premier League Stories Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City Betis managed to tie Firpo down to a new long-term deal in the summer and, crucially, those terms included a minimum fee release clause set £43.5million, according to AS.But that high figure has not put off either City or Arsenal, who are both said to be keeping close tabs on the defender’s progress in Spain.Torino are also interested in landing Firpo but it appears as though they are behind the two English clubs in the race to land him. Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card deals Real Madrid ‘offer’ Isco to Chelsea in bid to ‘make room’ for Tottenham star REAL DEAL Real Betis starlet Junior Firpo celebrates scoring against Barcelona. And, should it come down to a battle between Arsenal and City, the Premier League champions might just have the advantage given the player’s agent is Pep Guardiola’s brother, Pere.
Category: wfdfymautuvzduuz THE TINNEYS CARRY HOME THE SUPER MOON – PICTURE SPECTACULAR!
Daragh’s amazing pictureA super moon deserves a super picture.And we doubt if you’ll find many better than Daragh McDonough’s wonderful offering.Daragh took the picture at the Dry Arch Roundabout outside Letterkenny on Sunday evening last. We’re not sure how long he waited to capture the image or if he done his homework on the moon’s position beforehand.But it’s a wonderful image which doesn’t come along too often – perhaps just once in a super moon!Many thanks for sharing it with us Daragh.THE TINNEYS CARRY HOME THE SUPER MOON – PICTURE SPECTACULAR! was last modified: August 13th, 2014 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:Daragh McDonoughdonegalDry Arch RoundaboutletterkennypictureSuper moon
Category: wfdfymautuvzduuz LOCALS TO MEET WITH GARDAI OVER FEARS OF CONFLICT WITH IRISH WATER
Representatives of the Buncrana Against Water Charges group are seeking a meeting with Gardai amidst fears of a conflict between locals and Irish water workers.Irish Water contractors at another Donegal housing estate.The group have already approached local Gardai to set up a meeting as soon as possible.It follows speculation group that Irish Water meter installers will be coming to the area in the next fortnight. Spokesman for BAWC, James Quigley, said the forced installation of these meters and the resident’s oppostion to them has the potential to create a major conflict.“Residents in the town will be incensed by the installation of these devices against their wishes and imposition of what we see as another unjust charge for what is an essential for life.“The Buncrana Against Water Charges representatives will meet the Garda Superintendent to discuss ways for diffusing the situation . We will ask him to facilitate a compromise.“We will propose that we will not stop the installation of meters in properties whose owners want them. “However, the company must respect the wishes of owners who do not want a meter. We would rather negotiate rather than go down the confrontational route just like the precedent set by the Moneymore residents in Drogheda on 26th Jan last.”LOCALS TO MEET WITH GARDAI OVER FEARS OF CONFLICT WITH IRISH WATER was last modified: February 8th, 2015 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:buncranadonegalGardaiIrish Waterwater meters
Category: wfdfymautuvzduuz Croc Teeth Bite Fatal Wound into Dino Phylogeny
This line sounds serious: “We have pretty much erased the record of Triassic ornithischian dinosaurs from North America, Europe and worldwide, except for South America.” This is what William Parker said about his find of a complete Revueltosaurus fossil in Arizona that upsets the leading story of the rise of the ornithischian dinosaurs (one of two major dinosaur groups). The fossil, earlier known only from teeth, was presumed to be a dinosaur, but now has been found to be mostly crocodilian. What damage this does to assumptions about dinosaur evolution is explained by EurekAlert and LiveScience.com.It is wondrous how Darwinians get their ability to build epic tales, animated features and all, on such flimsy data as a few teeth. If they can’t even get the class of an animal right from the teeth, how can they tell us all about the age, and which ancestor begat which? When the wrong story was assumed, for so long, and passed the peer review of children’s picture books, how much confidence does this give a reasonable observer that other figments of the story have validity? Dinosaur evolution theories will survive this catastrophic impact, as Darwinian tales always do; in fact, the vacancy left behind may open up more niches for rapid diversification of new plot lines. This is known as adaptive radiation. Any Darwinian with this positive spin rolling around in his head has evolutionary theory in a nut shell. (Visited 8 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0