“We have to go out there and fight hard for the three points against Boys’ Town. We are aware of Boys’ Town’s history and it won’t be an easy win. We don’t watch where they are in the standings. It’s about going there to execute the team plan,” the head coach added. Jamalco’s diminutive midfielder Rohan Richards is the competition’s top scorer on four goals. However, Johnson says that other players have been contributing as it is about team effort. “He (Richards) is in good form, but the focus is on team. We expect other players to score goals as well, moving forward,” he said. Richards apart, former Boys’ Town striker AndrÈ Dawson and Sean Coleman are expected to give support. Boys’ Town’s coach Andrew Price says the four losses came with mostly young players, and with the senior players like Garfield Gillespie, Wayne Ellis, Daemion Benjamin, and Asrick Samuels back in the squad after returning from the United States of America, there has been renewed energy. “We started preseason late, and like other clubs, have suffered from senior players being overseas during the summer. Now we have them back, and they will add to the young talents that are in the squad. Shemar Nicholson has been shouldering the goalscoring on three goals. He will get quality support come Sunday,” Price disclosed. “We are aware that Jamalco is a quality team, but we will go there to execute and, hopefully, come away with a positive result,” Price also said. In another game of high interest, MBU and Humble Lion will clash in what should be a close encounter. Jamalco FC will look to continue their impressive form when they face Boys’ Town FC in match day six of the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) today at Barbican Complex in St Andrew. Kick-off time is 3 p.m. The Jamalco team is having a wonderful start to life in top-flight football and is leading the 12-team league on nine points, the same as reigning champions Montego Bay United (MBU) and Humble Lion. However, hot debutants Jamalco enjoy a superior goal difference. On the other hand, seasoned Boys’ Town are struggling without a point on the board after four games played by the team. With that scenario, the matchup, to be live on Television Jamaica, is of high interest. All eyes will be focused on Jamalco to see whether they can build on the fine start, while Boys’ Town will look to score their first points of the new season. Jamalco’s head coach Rayon Johnson says that it is all about preparation for each game. “It all boils down to team preparation. We have to keep the team focused as we can’t get carried away by the start to the competition,” Johnson said during the RSPL weekly press conference at Red Stripe last Thursday morning. – 3 p.m.: Boys’ Town vs Jamalco at Barbican Complex – 3:30 p.m.: Tivoli Gardens vs Maverley-Hughenden at Edward Seaga Complex – 3:30 p.m.: Humble Lion vs Montego Bay United at Effortville Community Centre in May Pen, Clarendon – 3:30 p.m.: FC Reno vs UWI at Frome Complex in Westmoreland – 6 p.m.: Arnett Gardens vs Portmore United at Anthony Spaulding Complex – 7 p.m.: Harbour View vs Waterhouse at Harbour View Stadium Today’s games WON’T BE EASY
Australia had the better opportunities in a 0-0 draw in the first leg last Friday in San Pedro Sula.But after a frustrating first half, when Tom Rogic created the only real chance with a mistimed shot in the 37th, Australia dominated the second half.Australia had opportunities to qualify directly for Russia in Asian qualifying but missed out on goal difference to Saudi Arabia in a tight finish in that group.That forced the Australians into an Asian playoff against Syria, which veteran Tim Cahill sealed with two goals in Sydney last month to set Australia up for the last-ditch home-and-away series against Honduras.The Australians edged Uruguay on penalties in a playoff in 2005 to qualify for the following year’s World Cup in Germany, and then qualified directly for 2010 and 2014.ADVERTISEMENT View comments Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Australia coach Ange Postecoglou said his Socceroos “did it the hard way, but we deserve to be there.”The final word went to the jubilant Jedinak, a veteran midfielder who plays for second-tier Aston Villa in England.“We got the job done and that’s all that matters — it’s going to be a big 2018,” he said.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Australia’s Mile Jedinak scores a goal against Honduras during their World Cup soccer playoff deciding match in Sydney, Australia, Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017. (AP Photo/Daniel Munoz)SYDNEY — Mile Jedinak led Australia into next year’s World Cup with a deflected free kick and two penalties in Wednesday’s 3-1 intercontinental playoff victory over Honduras.Jedinak, who missed the latter stages of Australia’s Asian qualifying campaign because of injury, opened the scoring when his free kick curled to the left of the wall and went in off defender Henry Figueroa in the 54th minute, bringing the 77,060 crowd at Sydney’s Olympic stadium to life.ADVERTISEMENT Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set MOST READ Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? LATEST STORIES OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Redemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie Thompson The Pistons are 10-3, and might be the surprise of the NBA The Australian captain converted from the spot in the 72nd after referee Nestor Pitana penalized Bryan Acosta for a hand ball and calmly slotted home another penalty in the 85th to ensure Australia qualified for its fourth consecutive World Cup.“I’ll take them all,” Jedinak said of his goals. “It wouldn’t have mattered who scored. I’m happy to chip in.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSBack on the throneForward Alberth Elis got a consolation goal for Honduras deep into injury time.Honduras earned a playoff spot with a 3-2 win over Mexico on a hectic last day of qualifying in North and Central America and the Caribbean, securing fourth spot and ensuring the U.S. missed out.
A new book chronicling the personal experiences of one of Liberia’s civil war survivors has been launched. The author, Dr. Dwaboyea Evelyn S. Kandakai, last weekend presented to the public her newly published book entitled, “Facing the Sun.”The book launching which took place at the author’s home in Brewerville City, outside Monrovia was spearheaded by three of the country’s literary personalities, the president of Stella Maris Polytechnic, Sister Mary Laurene Browne, former Deputy Minister for Instruction at the Ministry of Education Hawa Goll-Kotchi and Mr. Kenneth Y. Best, Publisher of the Daily Observer newspaper. “Facing the Sun,” is Dr. Kandakai’s memoire reflecting on Liberia’s 14 year civil conflict, which in particular cruelly took away the life of her father, Albert White.Mr. Best called on Liberians to rise to the challenge of writing about their own experiences, history and culture, rather than always leaving the task to foreigners who often distort the history and values of the country. “Liberians, including many educated ones, are very lazy at writing and reading contents depicting the realities connected to their own nation they claim to love,” Mr. Best said.He said the Liberian Observer Corporation (LOC), which published “Facing the Sun,” will keep copies of the book in its library for visitors and will also help promote the sale of the book through the Daily Observer Newspaper at no cost to the author.Buttressing Mr. Best’s call for Liberians to write their own history, Sister Mary Laurene Browne said there is no need for anyone to say that not much is available to write about. “Think about your day to day experiences. Reflect on general events you were once part of and study your origin. You will come to realize that even throughout history your pen or any other medium can compile all there is,” Sister Laurene suggested. The Rector of the St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Fr. A-Too Williams said Dr. Kandakai’s legacy will be an indelible imprint for posterity.‘’In trauma healing it is good for one who is affected to tell his or her whole story and this, I am convinced, Dr. Kandakai has done,’’ Fr. Williams said. He interpreted ‘’Facing the Sun’’ as being willing to face life’s challenges.In response, Dr. Kandakai said praises for her book belong to God, who made it possible for her to have such an accomplishment in addition to her other works-the ‘’Village Son’’ and ‘’Normal Times,’’ a collection of poems.“I dedicate this work to my grandparents Nathaniel and Clara Cassell who were very instrumental in my upbringing and education, along with my siblings,’’ she said. ‘’If I think about the wars fought in our country and furthermore reflect on the accounts of my sister, the late Wanasue, depicting how our father was cruelly tied, laid on his back, asked to look directly at the sun and subsequently killed, I shed tears,’’ she said. Dr. Kandakai, a former Education Minister, meanwhile called on all illiterate persons in the Brewerville area to take advantage of her primary school’s adult literacy program so that they may learn to read and write.Dr. Kandakai said the reading room at the Nathaniel and Clara Cassell Learning Center which is open from 10a.m. to 5p.m. Monday to Friday has many books and everyone is encouraged to stop by and make use of them. She commended all who supported her, most especially the LOC for printing the book.Facing the Sun is now on sale at US$10. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Repeat offender, 27-year-old Fizal Mohammed who was recently convicted of stealing another man’s phone has once again been taken before the court of law facing a similar charge.Jailed: Fizal MohammedMohammed appeared before Senior Magistrate Leron Daly at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts after he was slapped with two charges.The first charge stated that on October 11, 2019, at Regent Street, Georgetown, he stole one phone valued $67,000 and $60,000 cash, property of Dindiall Abrahim.In the second instance, the charge stated that on September 18, 2019, at the said location, he stole a cellular phone valued $250,000 from Davenand Rampan.The unrepresented man denied the first charge but admitted to the second charge.According to facts presented by Prosecutor Christopher Morris, the Virtual Compliant, who is a taxi driver, was hired by the defendant to take him to a city bar.However, upon arrival at the bar, Mohammed asked to use the VC’s phone to make a call and as such, the favour was granted.Mohamed then exited the car and made good his escape with Rampan’s phone.The matter reported to the police and Mohammed was later arrested and charged.Magistrate Daly sentenced Mohammed to four months in prison while he was remanded to prison for the other charge. The case will continue on November 8, 2019.
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GLENDALE – They roll down the street in stealthy silence and run on juice from your wall socket, and for Rob Thomas, they’re the antidote to the ills of high gas prices and petroleum dependency. “I want to go completely off carbon,” Thomas said as he inspected an electric car at EnVironmental Motors, one of the only showrooms in the San Fernando Valley dedicated to the sale of electric cars. “I’m the guy who’s installing solar panels on my roof, and I want to plug it into that.” While most people might be tempted to install fluorescent light bulbs or check their tire pressure after watching former Vice President Al Gore’s global warming documentary, Taryn Sokolow, director of the e-car venture, said the film motivated her to revive the greener side of the family business. Her father owns Colonial Honda next door and first dealt in electrics six years ago. But that side business had been quiet until recently. “Before I saw that movie, I didn’t know how bad it really was,” said Sokolow, 25. “I didn’t know how deep (global warming) really went. … I’m in a unique position to do something.” The dealership, which held its grand opening this week, stocks vehicles with fanciful nameplates such as Santa Rosa-based ZAP (Zero Air Pollution) and ZENN (Zero Emission No Noise), from Toronto-based Feel Good Cars. Some resemble your common compact hatchback, but with the rattle of a gasoline engine muffled to a soft buzz from the electric motor. Others, like ZAP’s Xebra line of three-wheel sedans and pickups, are guaranteed to turn heads as much as record high gas prices do. The national average for a gallon of unleaded regular exceeded $3 this week, while hitting $3.45 locally, according to AAA. “The record just keep going up and up with gas prices,” said ZAP CEO Steve Schneider. “I think that consumers globally need to have choice.” Still, they might be a tough sell in sprawling Southern California – the Xebra’s top speed is 40 mph, with a range of up to 25 miles between charges. At $10,000, it’s best used to supplement a gas-powered vehicle for local errands. It’s those limitations that will keep electrics at novelty status, said Jim Hossack, senior consultant with Tustin-based automotive analyst AutoPacific. “In terms of high-volume application … all pure electric cars (are) probably nonviable,” he said. “At the same time, L.A. is a big place and there are lots of opportunities for a lot of unusual uses. Can you sell 100 a year? Maybe. Can you sell 1,000? Then you’re pushing me.” Hence, Los Angeles is a key market for Schneider. “Automobiles in America represent more than just transportation,” he said. “It represents individualism. And there’s no other place than Los Angeles where individualism speaks out in an automobile. “If gas is $10 a gallon, you will still see Hummers driving here in L.A. There will always be demand in one spectrum. We’re just in the other end.” Meanwhile, newer electric models with more power and range are on the drawing board, and are at least 1 1/2 years away from market. That’s why electrics at EnVironmental Motors share the Glendale lot with a few Smart cars, those ultra-compact, freeway-safe gasoline vehicles that scream Euro-chic and get about 40 mpg. “We want to get users familiar with electric technology,” Sokolow said. “When they start coming out, we hope that our name is already out there and already associated with electric vehicles, so it will be an easy segue to freeway-speed electrics.” email@example.com (818) 546-3304160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant Many of the hundreds of people in the church screamed as they ducked under the pews for protection, said Ann Armstrong, 30, who was attending the service. “I seen him come in through the balcony door, and he pulled the gun from under his coat,” Armstrong said. “He just started shooting her, then he shot at the pulpit.” No one at the pulpit was hit, but a bullet struck a musical instrument, she said. More than five hours after the shooting spree, Tate said officers spotted the suspect, who was identified as 24-year-old Kevin Lorenzo Collins, walking about a mile south of the church. Collins shot himself to death before police captured him, Tate said. DETROIT – A suspected gunman who opened fire with a shotgun during a church service Sunday morning killed a woman and wounded two people before he shot himself a mile away, police said. Investigators believe a domestic dispute led to the shooting at Zion Hope Missionary Baptist Church about 11 a.m., said Second Deputy Police Chief James Tate. A 9-year-old child, sitting near the unidentified woman who died, was hit in the hand by a buckshot pellet, Tate said. Police didn’t know the relationship of the pair. As the gunman fled the church, he critically shot a man trying to protect his wife from a carjacking attempt, officials said. Church members embraced each other after the gunman left and continued to pray as police started coming in, Armstrong said. “It was a lot of crying, a lot of hugging and a lot of praying,” she said. Church members then continued the service, Tate said. “They didn’t let this incident stop the reason why they came to church,” he said. “They came to worship.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
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The first Sunday of Spring 2013 will be remembered as the day Letterkenny 24/7 Triathlon Club took another massive step in its development and goal to become one of the leading clubs in the country, with the launch of its Junior Triathlon Club.As early as 8.30am young athletes and their parents were arriving at Aura leisure Centre for a day filled with activities, talks and training. Gavin Crawford, club chairman outlined that the day was aimed at “providing as much information and guidance to the juniors and their parents about triathlon so that they can work and develop their knowledge base over the coming weeks until the next academy day were their will be a greater emphasis on training and skills development”.In total over 50 junior athletes, ranging in ages’ from 8 to 15 took part in what was a very successful day. After a brief introduction from Triathlon Ireland Junior Academy head coach Eammon Tilley, it was down to business.Swimming and Nutrition where the order of the morning, athletes completed swim sets and time trials in the pool and listened to advice and guidance around areas of nutrition and development of healthy eating habits in order to sustain and healthy balanced lifestyle and promote sporting development.With the help and guidance of Micheal Black and Adam Speer at Optimal Fitness Gym, the athletes and maybe more importantly their parents were taken through and provided with advice and guidance in core strength, development of safe exercise patterns for their children, and how developing certain exercises and muscle groups can benefit aspects of the sport. Other aspects of the afternoon session included running drills, technique and posture development with running coach Sharon Bradley. Bike handling skills and a duathlon were next on the agenda and were also a huge success with good competition between each of the juniors. The club would like to give special thanks to everyone that made the day possible, Eammon Tilley for his guidance and support, Aura leisure Centre for the pool, Optimal Fitness for the use of their gym, Macs Mace and Stateside Restaurant for the provision of lunch and also the Black family who were there to help out with the food and provide the much needed homemade protein bars throughout the day, as well as the coaches Gavin Crawford, Aidan Callaghan, Sharon Bradley, Mark Nicholls, Adam Speer and Mickey Black. 24/7 TRIATHLON CLUB WELCOMES JUNIOR MEMBERS was last modified: February 4th, 2013 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)
UPDATED: GARDA detectives are questioning a man after an armed gang terrified staff at St Johnston post office before making off with cash.This is the second post office raid in last than a week following last Wednesday’s raid on Manorcunningham post office.IN that raid, two armed robbers stole a sum of money before dumping a car in the Creggan area of Derry. This morning’s raid took place just after 9am and was carried out within seconds.A lone raider, believed to be armed, entered the premises and threatened staff before escaping with a sum of money.Garda set up checkpoints in Lifford and other border crossings and checked numerous cars in the area.A man was later arrested near Bridgend and was taken to Letterkenny Garda Station for questioning. Inspector David Kelly confirmed: “A male was located and arrested in the Bridgend area and he has been detained under the Offences Against the State Act.”Gardai say their investigations are still ongoing.“This was carried out in a very speedy manner. It would suggest the raider knew the workings of the post office and that there was cash there.“We are appealing to anybody who may have been in the area and who may have witnessed anybody acting suspiciously to contact us,” he said.Ends UPDATED: MAN ARRESTED AS RAIDER ‘IN AND OUT’ OF ST JOHNSTON POST OFFICE IN 18 SECONDS was last modified: July 12th, 2011 by gregShare 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)