Dominic Adiyiah gets to partner teammate, Prince Tagoe as Ghana seek a crucial away win in Group I of the qualifying for 2012 African Nations Cup against Congo.The Partizan Belgrade pair will lead the line for Ghana with Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu starting in midfield alongside Anthony Annan in Goran Stevanovic’s first competitive game on the continent.Andre Ayew and Kwadwo Asamoah would play on the right and left side of attack.David Addy joins the back four made up of John Paintsil, Isaac Vorsah and captain John Mensah.Regular goalkeeper, Richard Kingson starts in post for Ghana at the Alphonse Massamba Debat Stadium in Brazzaville today in the third round of games for qualification places at the tournament to be played in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.The Black Stars top Group I on goal difference with four points and ahead of Sudan who are themselves are at home to Swaziland with Congo, a point behind Ghana. Starting XI : Richard Kingson, John Paintsil, David Addy, Isaac Vorsah, John Mensah, Anthony Annan, Andre Ayew, Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu, Prince Tagoe, Dominic Adiyiah, Kwadwo Asamoah,Reserves : Ernest Sowah, Samuel Inkoom, Jonathan Mensah, Lee Addy, Sulley Muntari, Bernard Kumordzi, Derek BoatengSource: Ghanafa.org
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisThe Michigan State Police Alpena Post needs the public’s help in solving the crime of ‘malicious destruction of property’ of a police vehicle that occurred in June.The police vehicle was spray painted with graffiti that appeared to make reference to the death of American rapper, XXXTentacion who was killed shortly before the graffiti was sprayed on the vehicle.Details are slim why the vandalism targeted a police vehicle. Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1–800–422–jail. A $1,000 reward will be granted for anyone who has details on this crime.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious National Prescription Drug Take Back Day a Huge Success SaturdayNext The Great Lakes Lighthouse Brides: Book Release Comes to Alpena
Visibly upset, deGrom insisted he could continue. The bullpen blew a Mets lead as they went on to lose in extra innings.General managers obviously have a great deal of influence on a team’s performance, acquiring players, managing the salary limitations and rosters and even sometimes helping set lineups before games. But calling the shots on in-game strategy is definitely not standard procedure. According to the Post’s unidentified source, “Hell, yeah, it’s unusual: Sending word to the dugout, telling the manager what to do? I have never heard of that before.” Related News Mets fine, but do not suspend, Mickey Callaway, Jason Vargas after incident with reporter Phillies GM says Gabe Kapler’s job isn’t on the line, despite midseason struggles Mets manager Mickey Callaway reportedly has been on the hot seat for weeks, but maybe someone else deserves some of the blame for the team’s lackluster play.According to multiple reports, Mets general manager Brodie Van Wagenen has been dictating in-game moves to Callaway, at least once while watching the game at home on TV. The New York Post reported Monday that Van Wagenen instructed Callaway to pull Jacob deGrom from a game in Arizona on June 1 after he suffered a cramp. ESPN reports that the Mets front office has ordered “at least some pitching moves during games this season.” The Mets fired pitching coach Dave Eiland Thursday and replaced him on an interim basis with 82-year-old Phil Regan.Van Wagenen on Monday denied reports he’s micromanaging the team, but said he is in contact with staff during games on situations involving players’ health.”We’re evaluating the players’ health, we’re talking about X-rays, we’re talking about whether a player — as you all know — we try to get information to the press box as quickly as possible about the statuses. That is normal protocol for us,” Van Wagenen said (via ESPN). “We’ll continue to do that and make sure that if the training staff and the health of the player is such that the player can’t continue, then that communication happens between the training staff and the coaches.”Callaway concurred that any front-office involvement is limited to injury situations. MLB trade rumors: Dodgers interested in Giants closer Will Smith Orioles give MLB Draft’s top pick Adley Rutschman record $8.1M signing bonus “I think we’re always in communication,” Callaway said. “Especially when guys are injured, obviously I’ve been filled in on what you’re talking about. When a guy gets injured on the field or when a guy is actively injured or has something going on, you know everybody is in communication with the training staff to take care of the players the best we can.”The Mets, who are 37-42, saw their frustrations boil over after Sunday’s 5-3 loss to the Cub. Both Callaway and pitcher Jason Vargas had a confrontation with a reporter. The Mets fined both men, reportedly $10,000 apiece, and Van Wagenen called the incident “disappointing.” MLB trade rumors: Yankees targeting 4 big names on pitching market
JOCKEY QUOTESABEL CEDILLO, LEUCOTHEA, WINNER: “When this filly broke her maiden, she made the lead very easy. She doesn’t like you to take any hold of her, you just have to leave her alone and she does her job.”TRAINER QUOTESRUBEN ALVARADO, ASSISTANT TO WINNING TRAINER PETER MILLER, LEUCOTHEA, WINNER: “We weren’t worried about her leaving the gate today (referring to her unseating her jockey at the start of the Grade I Chandelier Stakes on Sept. 27). The next day, she seemed fine and she walked for a few days after that and everything was good. It was great to get Abel back on her today, he knows her very well.”JEFF HAYES, OWNER, LEUCOTHEA, WINNER: “My brother named the horse she’s by Midshipman and Leucothea is a sea goddess so he thought, hey, that’s a good name. I was worried about it but he assured me that the horse makes the name. She had some trouble at Elis (July 4, 2019) and didn’t break well, she took up at the 3/8th pole and again in the stretch, so we knew she could run a little bit but I never thought she could win like this. It was tough coming in today because we won so easily at Del Mar (August 8, 2019), then we did so badly in the Chandelier Stakes (Sept. 27). I think we bounced and dropped the jockey, so we didn’t know exactly what we had, but today is a better indication.“We are very happy.”NOTES: The winning owners are Altamira Racing Stable, SoCal Seven Racing and Brian McGoldrick.
DURBAN, South Africa (AP):James Taylor led England’s fightback on the first day of the first test against South Africa as his half-century took the tourists out of trouble and to 179-4 at stumps yesterday.The 5-foot-6 Taylor – affectionately nicknamed ‘Titch’ – stood tall for England to make 70 after Dale Steyn’s fiery early burst had the tourists struggling at 12-2 in overcast, fast-bowler-friendly conditions in Durban.”It couldn’t have been more perfect conditions for the South African bowling unit, so, overall, I thought it was a pretty solid day for us,” Taylor said.Steyn struck the first blows with the dismissals of England captain Alastair Cook for a duck and Test debutant Alex Hales for 10. Joe Root’s aggressive innings of 24 ended swiftly, leaving Taylor and Nick Compton to steady the innings.Compton was 63 not out and helped Taylor rescue England with a 125-run partnership on the opening day of the four-Test series against the top-ranked Proteas.Steyn ended their resistance when he tempted Taylor to hang his bat out and feather an edge to wicketkeeper AB de Villiers right at the end of the day.”I loved batting today. It’s just a shame I couldn’t kick on,” Taylor said.
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 Kingad’s lone loss of his career was against former flyweight World champion Adriano Moraes in 2017 but has since moved on from the defeat and racked up two straight victories.China’s Ma Hao Bin (10-3) will duke it out against former flyweight champion Kairat Akhmetov (21-2) of Kazakhstan.Filipino Jomary Torres will look to extend her perfect 4-0 professional record when she faces Indonesia’s Lumban Gaol (3-3) in their atomweight bout.Victorio Senduk (3-1) from Indonesia will look to bounce back from his last loss to Sor Sey as he takes on compatriot Sunoto Peringkat (9-4).ADVERTISEMENT Serena thinking of slain sister shortly before lopsided loss Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew View comments Gov’t in no rush to rescue animals in Taal Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Joshua Pacio. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netJoshua Pacio will have another chance at the ONE strawweight title when he faces defending champion Yoshitaka Naito in the promotion’s Conquest of Heroes on Sept. 22 at Jakarta Convention Center.This will be the second fight between the two martial artists after Naito (13-1) successfully defended his title on Oct. 7, 2016 submitting Pacio (12-2) 1:33 into the third round with a rear naked choke.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ DepEd’s Taal challenge: 30K students displaced Pacio has since won four of his last five fights and will head to their fight bringing a three-fight winning streak.If Pacio wins the title he will join Team Lakay teammates Geje Eustaquio, the flyweight champion, and Kevin Belingon, the interim bantamweight champion, as current ONE title holders.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’Pacio, 22, could also become the fifth champion that has come out of the storied stable from Baguio with Honorio Banario and Eduard Folayang having once held the featherweight and lightweight straps, respectively.Danny Kingad (10-1), another teammate of Pacio’s, will also see action in Jakarta and will face Japan’s Yuya Wakamatsu (10-2) in a flyweight bout. Peza offers relief to ecozone firms LATEST STORIES In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins
Dear Editor,I refer to Mr EB John’s letter: “Fundamentally counterproductive interventions on GuySuCo” in a section of the media.One cannot gainsay the excellent points made by Mr John about the deep psychosocial role and impact of GuySuCo and the sugar industry on the lives of Guyanese who work and live on the sugar estates. As someone whose roots are firmly planted in this nodal industry, I also feel a deep sense of hurt and disappointment at the virtual ruination taking place in the sugar industry.However, I do not believe that any amount of sentimentality will return the industry to its halcyonic days. Those days belong to an era when the industry was under private ownership or management by an ‘independent’ management ‘contractor’.So, as long as the Government continues to ‘pussy-foot’ with its control of the industry, the decline will continue; to me there can be no better solution but to return to the ‘status quo ante’, ie, to accept the recommendations of its own Commission of Inquiry (CoI) into the industry to completely privatise it or appoint an effective, independent management team to run it.Sincerely,Nowrang Persaud
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Miller coach Mel Wilkins is stubborn and isn’t likely to have his team fall back into a halfcourt defense tonight. So the game essentially becomes a matter of whether San Clemente can handle the Rebels’ in-your-face man pressure. The Miller heat is applied mainly by freshman guard Chloe Wells (16.2 points, 4.8 steals per game), junior guard Lola Wells (10.9 ppg., 3.8 spg) and junior guard Briana Hall (12 ppg., 3.9 spg). “The Wells sisters are really good. They’re athletic and they make good decisions with the ball. They create a lot of problems on defense,” Mulligan said. Of Hall, who scored 25 points in the quarterfinal against Woodland Hills, he added: “And that Hall looks pretty good, too.” Other key Rebels are guard Keisha Mackall (10.6 ppg. and forward Jessica Rosa (5.6 rebounds per game). Junior center Kenisha McKee is Miller’s tallest player at 6-foot-1 and she’ll have to stay out of foul trouble against San Clemente’s talented post players. The Tritons have three players 6-1 or taller, led by 6-1 sophomore center Kristen Riley (12.8 ppg., 10.9 rpg) and 6-3 sophomore center Jacqui Marshall (9.1 ppg., 6.9 rpg). “I know that Miller is excellent at what they do, which is to press and trap all over and create a lot of problems. Whichever team is able to dictate the style of play will have a huge advantage.” The winner advances to the SoCal Regional final March 17 at Pauley Pavilion against the winner of tonight’s other semifinal game between Long Beach Poly and Newhall Hart. Fans who attend tonight’s San Clemente girls basketball game at Miller can see it all when the teams meet at 7 tonight in a CIF-State Southern California Regional semifinal. “We have a balanced attack with two big post players,” San Clemente coach Mary Mulligan said. “We have a strong inside game and some decent guards. We’d like to play a halfcourt game. Other Tritons to watch are Amanda Franz (14.2 ppg) and Andrea Wertz (11.5 ppg., 47 3-pointers). Miller fell behind Taft by 13 points in the first half on Tuesday night when the visitors repeatedly beat the Rebel defense and made layups. But the Miller pressure eventually got to Taft, producing a rash of turnovers and Rebel layups in the second half. But Mulligan said San Clemente has been competent against the press so far, and experienced some intense pressure in a CIF-Southern Section quarterfinal game against Pasadena Muir. San Clemente defeated Muir 52-46. This is San Clemente’s seventh trip to the Southern California Regional, which it has never won. Miller, winners of 22 consecutive games, is making its first appearance in the regional. A big crowd is expected tonight. Mulligan said San Clemente’s last game drew 1,800 fans and the Tritons are sending two buses of fans to Fontana tonight. Miller’s side of the gym was almost full for its last game against Woodland Hills Taft. In a D2 girls SoCal regional semifinal game, Norco (28-3) is at Ayala (29-3). Norco is paced by Tyler Howard and Cierra Windham, who average 17.9 and 17 points per game, respectively. In D5 play, Mesa Grande Academy (23-6) makes the long trek to No. 1-seeded San Luis Obispo Mission Prep (21-9). Mission Prep is led by Leigh Yetter (15 ppg). Mesa Grande is paced by Carla Bartlett (12.8 ppg). The Twentynine Palms boys (29-2) face the most difficult challenge of the quarterfinals, traveling to Lakewood Artesia (30-2) to face the No. 1-seeded team in D3. Artesia has an inordinate amount of size and talent, including six players who are 6-3 or taller. That includes sophomore 6-10 Renardo Sidney (18.1 ppg.). Other Artesia players to watch are James Harden (18.5 ppg) and Malik Story (15.1 ppg.). Twentynine Palms is paced by 6-3 sophomore forward Montreal Harris (17.4 ppg.) and guard Nico Matthews (13.4 ppg). The Wildcats have won 15 consecutive games. In D4, Ontario Christian (25-5) is at San Diego Horizon (23-6). Horizon is led by Marquise Carter (20.1 ppg). Ontario Christian has been paced by Justus Jones (17 ppg) and Tyler Vanderzee (13.1 ppg). 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
The Christmas Mini Hamper was won by John Boyce 6 with 39 pts bot. Runner up was Danny Sweeney 22 with 39 pts. The gross winner was Mick Gallagher Jnr 6 with 31 gross pts. Third place was Edward McGroddy 10 with 36 pts.The front nine winner was Jimmy Gallagher and the back nine winner was Shane Doherty.From Monday the 19th the December all play on the Sandy Hills Links will be from the semi rough. If your golf ball lands on the fairway you must lift it and place it in the semi rough on either side. A ball in the semi-rough or rough must be played as it lies.Only a putter may be used on the fairway.All members are kindly asked to keep all pull trolleys, electric trolleys and drive buggies well back from the roped off putting green surrounds and all teeing areas on the Sandy Hills Links as we try to protect the main playing surfaces as much as possible over the winter months.All of the clearly marked areas on holes 1, 8, 9 and 13 that are currently under construction are ground under repair There will be an OPEN competition on the Sandy Hills Links on Tuesday the 27th, Saturday 31st (4BBB) and Monday 2nd Jan. Entries will be taken in the Pavilion Golf Shop.Entry fee – Members €7, Visitors €20 to include 2’s club.There will be a closed club competition on St. Stephens Day and again on New Years Day.All closed club competitions on both links at Rosapenna are played from the Blue Markers unless cleary stated otherwise.Gift Vouchers for the Pavilion Golf Shop are available from Frank Casey Jnr on 074-915-5000. PGA Professional Noel Callan is available for lessons at the Rosapenna Practice Ground by appointment, all enquires can be made by contacting Noel directly on 0044 7789 157654.ROSAPENNA GOLF CLUB NOTES was last modified: December 20th, 2011 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:Rosapenna Golf club notes