Ms. Charlesetta N. Williams, Executive Director of Healthpage Liberia, has told our Health Desk that the two sick Liberian kids she helped to send to the US for medical treatment are said to be positively responding to their treatments. Four-year old Prince J. Tweh and 16-year old Hawa Chuku Kolleh’s medical conditions could not be treated in Liberia.Little Prince from the impoverished slum community of West Point, fell into a pot of boiled water on September 11, 2015. According to Ms. Williams, little Prince was so seriously burnt that both his arms got stuck to his body. As for 16-year-old Hawa Chuku Kolleh from Geeghbahn District, Grand Bassa County, a 22-year- old man, only identified as Abraham, slipped under her bed at night and poured sulfuric acid on her face, which led to her face being badly disfigured. However, after they (Prince and Hawa) arrived in the US, they began seeing specialized medical doctors. According to Ms. Williams, Ms. Bennetta N. Massaquoi, the young lady, who escorted the kids to the US told her that Prince was admitted on May 8, 2016 at the Shriner’s Hospital for Children in Boston with high fever, headache and wound discharges. He was treated and discharged to his host parents on May 10, 2016. He was given a follow up appointment for a surgery on May 13.“His doctor, Dr. Sheridan did a graft replacement and the donor site was his right thigh. He successfully underwent the surgery and was discharged on May 17. He had his second surgery done on June 10. A graft replacement was performed on the left arm using his left thigh as the donor site and he was discharged on June 15,” Ms. Massaquoi reported.As for Hawa, she had her first appointment at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary in Boston on May 9, where she was diagnosed of having less vision with the left eye. “She was placed on lubricant eye ointment to help clear the vision but the vision got worse. After several follow ups at the MEEI, she was diagnosed of cornea failure and successfully underwent the surgery and is now administering eye drops. Her right eye is still in good condition.”Ms. Massaquoi stated that Hawa’s next follow-up is on July 5, today with Dr. Chodos, an Ophthalmologist. She had her second appointment but first with Dr. Bojovic, a Plastic Surgeon at the Shriner’s Hospital for Children in Boston on May 18.“She was examined thoroughly and had a successful eyelid replacement surgery on May 25. Her body responded well to the replacement. This procedure was done to give her eyes better protection. “She then had a skin graft replacement on June 14. The skin was removed from her left thigh. The graft is currently in place and well secured to help the eyelids stay intact. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
A new program has been announced to resolve community concerns about traffic, noise, dust, and environmental issues linked to the oil and gas industry. Energy, Mines, and Petroleum Resources Minister Blair Lekstrom says the Province has created a package of reforms. The programs and regulations are aimed at improving industry and resident relations.- Advertisement -Lekstrom made the announcement at the Northeast B.C. Energy Conference on Thursday afternoon. Lekstrom says the programs and regulations are aimed at improving industry and resident relations. The changes will reduce the practice of flaring, which is the burning off of unwanted gas or liquids released by pressure relief valves. Nearby residents have voiced concerns on the effect of flaring on their health. Many places that produce oil and gas have stopped the practice, or plan to do so, including oil-rich Russia.
Two years previously, it was with a bravura performance at Benfica’s Estadio da Luz that a 19-year-old George Best catapulted himself to international renown.But Benfica have also engineered some of United’s continental low moments, most notably in 2005, when the Lisbon giants condemned Alex Ferguson’s team to a humbling group-stage exit.The teams first met in early 1966 when United were embarking upon their first European Cup campaign since Matt Busby’s ‘Busby Babes’ were decimated by the 1958 Munich air disaster.After United won the first leg of their quarter-final 3-2 at Old Trafford, the teams faced off again in Lisbon and Benfica were torn apart, an early Best brace setting Busby’s side on their way to a thumping 5-1 win.Manchester United’s players take part in a training session in Moscow, on September 26, 2017, on the eve of their UEFA Champions League Group A match against CSKA Moskva © AFP/File / Kirill KUDRYAVTSEVBest’s second goal, in the 13th minute, was one of his finest in a United shirt as he gathered a knock-down and surged past two defenders before drilling a low shot into the bottom-left corner.“A hurricane passed through the Luz that night and his name was George Best,” said Benfica winger Antonio Simoes.The Portuguese press dubbed Best ‘The Fifth Beatle’ and after donning a sombrero hat on his return to England, he was decribed as ‘El Beatle’ by the British media.“On nights like that, good players become great players and great players become gods,” Best later recalled.“It was surreal stuff. I’ve seen other great teams play like that, but to be a part of such an experience was unreal.”Two years later, beneath the Wembley floodlights, Best would prove to be Benfica’s tormentor again.– Rooney, Ronaldo rise again –Benfica’s players take part in a training on the eve of their UEFA Champions League Group A match against Basel, on September 26, 2017, at St. Jakob-Park stadium in Basel © AFP/File / Fabrice COFFRINIWith the score 1-1 in extra time, he ran onto Alex Stepney’s kick, rounded goalkeeper Jose Henrique and — having briefly contemplated getting down on his knees and heading the ball over the line — tucked United in front.Further goals by Brian Kidd and Bobby Charlton — his second of the match — completed an emotional victory, 10 years on from the horrors of Munich.Benfica would have to wait 37 years for a shot at revenge, but when it came, they took it, a 2-1 win in Lisbon in December 2005 dumping United out of the competition.Ferguson dismissed speculation about his future at the club, vowing: “This club has always risen from difficult situations and we will again.”United’s supporters harboured concerns about the callowness of a team in which Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo were still finding their feet, but Ferguson was true to his word.His side beat Benfica home and away in the group phase the next season en route to the semi-finals and in 2008 a side spearheaded by Rooney and Ronaldo recaptured the European Cup by beating Chelsea on penalties in Moscow.It was Benfica who came out on top when the teams last met, progressing to the knockout rounds in 2011-12 after a pair of draws against United helped to consign Ferguson’s side to another group-phase departure.Six years on, United appear to be on the up again under Jose Mourinho, who cut his managerial teeth in an ill-fated three-month stint at Benfica in 2000.Whereas United, last season’s Europa League winners, have comfortably won their opening games, Benfica have lost both of theirs and were condemned to a record 5-0 defeat by Basel on their last outing.For Mourinho, however, they remain his team’s principal adversaries in Group A.“The defeat suffered in Switzerland didn’t change my opinion that Benfica are our main opponent in the group stage,” he told Portuguese newspaper Record earlier this month.A new page waits to be written.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Benfica’s players fight for the ball with Manchester United’s footballers during an UEFA Champions League match at Old Trafford in Manchester, in 2011 © AFP/File / ANDREW YATESLONDON, United Kingdom, Oct 17 – Manchester United’s Champions League encounter with Benfica on Wednesday represents a resumption of hostilities with foes who have provided a yardstick for their European standing for over half a century.Benfica, famously, were the team United defeated at Wembley in 1968 to become the first English side to win the European Cup.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.At last count, the 140 guests at the Sept. 22 party, which featured a 17-piece orchestra, had donated more than $7,000 to the center. And if that’s not enough, the Poseys say they’ll match whatever the total ends up being. “Foothill Unity does so much for the community,” Gunde said, “and the need is so big and growing. We try to support local charities, so we decided to pick Foothill.” How did their guests react? “They really loved it,” she said. “It’s something we can all do. We invited people to bring canned goods or donate money, and we got some food but mostly checks.” ARCADIA – What do you give a couple who have everything? In the case of Gunde and Ernie Posey, it’s a donation to their chosen charity. That charity is the Foothill Unity Center in Monrovia, and for their recent 25th wedding anniversary, the Poseys asked their guests to make donations to the center, rather than give them the traditional silver gifts. “We don’t need any more silver,” Gunde Posey said. “We have everything we need, the party was enough. We have had a wonderful life, so we decided to ask for donations.” The center serves needy families and seniors in the San Gabriel Valley, providing food, clothing, household goods, motel vouchers, transportation, work experience, school supplies and holiday meals. Last year, the nonprofit, nondenominational organization distributed more than 1 million pounds of groceries to more than 2,000 low-income families in Pasadena, Altadena, South Pasadena, Sierra Madre, Arcadia, Monrovia, Duarte and Bradbury. Joan Whitenack, the center’s executive director, said the donations could not have come at a better time. “We had recently run out of funds to provide emergency shelter for our clients,” she said. “The majority of people who need this support are women and children. Thanks to the stunning generosity of the Poseys, their family and friends, we can continue to offer this critical assistance.” Ernie Posey owns the J.T. Posey Co. on Myrtle Avenue in Monrovia, which makes medical supplies. She met Gunde while working for a company in Denmark that sold his products. The couple have two grown children and have lived in Arcadia since 1991. email@example.com (626) 578-6300, Ext. 4475 160Want 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 MOREStriving toward a more perfect me: Doug McIntyre “I feel very good about the direction it’s gone in,” founding volunteer Barbara Gile said. A staff of 22 employees help abused women hide their location from their batterers, file restraining orders and legal paperwork and care for their children with a place to stay, food and basic supplies. The shelter is now adding programs to help community members recognize abuse and offer support to women who are battered. The shelter hosted two workshops this fall, one for hairdressers and another for school guidance counselors. Two other workshops, for obstetrics and gynecological nurses and for human resources workers, are planned in the spring. “And of course we’ll have a big party as well,” Director Judy Gordon said of plans to note the anniversary at the end of its 30th year, next fall. WHITTIER – When one Whittier resident said 30 years ago she wanted to open a shelter for battered women, one city councilman countered that there were no abused women in Whittier. To date, the shelter Stella Religa founded has helped 75,000 domestic violence victims, two-thirds of them children. Whittier’s Women’s and Children’s Crisis Shelter is celebrating its 30th year serving battered women and their families. The center has grown from a simple hot line run by a group of volunteers to a short-term shelter, long-term housing, an outreach center, a school for the children of battered women in transition and, of course, the old hot line is still in place. Stella Religa, 88, said she had the idea for a shelter in Whittier when she went to a hospital and saw a woman who had been badly beaten by her husband. The man had thrown his wife against a wall, breaking her jaw. When Religa offered help to the woman, she got no response. “She just looked at me with dead eyes,” Religa said. Religa began to act, organizing meetings, finding funding and setting up a hot line, as well as seeking the professional advice of social workers and doctors. Religa, a secretary, and Gile, a human resources manager, along with other volunteers, first placed battered women in the homes of workers during emergencies. Later, they were able to buy a house where women could stay for 30 days. They established a school for children of victims and collected donations around the community. Shelter’s Right Hand, a charity group which dedicated its proceeds to the center, was founded in 1983, to provide money from a thrift store and annual 5K Walk. Last year, more than 1,000 were helped with the hot line, while more than 600 were sheltered. Although she is glad the resource is available, Religa said she is saddened by the continuing need. “We thought we would be out of the business of helping women in five years,” Religa said. “It was very naive on our part.” But according to Gordon, the shelter is able to make a difference. New clients represent new demographics, she said, including abuse victims from same-sex couples, battered men and undocumented immigrants who are unaware of rights and resources. For Gordon, the reward in her work is seeing clients begin to lead normal lives. She said she remembered one woman who came to the center with a young son because she did not speak English and had few resources. After going through the program, the client began the process of getting her visa and is attending school. Her son is now 3 years old. “She will never go back to her batterer,” Gordon said. “She will never go back to any batterer.” Women victimized by domestic violence can call the crisis shelter’s hot line at (562) 945-3939. firstname.lastname@example.org (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3029160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
McFadden’s Pharmacy are celebrating THIRTY years in business by offering a whole range of superb giveaways to their loyal band of customers.Management at McFadden’s have also planned a whole host of events planned to celebrate their landmark anniversary.Firstly there having an outside Broadcast with Gary Gamble this Tuesday 24th from 1:30pm – 3:30pm. Then on Thursday 26th of March they’re having a BIRTHDAY RECEPTION with promotions celebrating THIRTY years of caring for the Letterkenny community.Imedeen Promotion 10am-6pm : Imedeen Consultant in-store, free skin analysis, call to make an appointment or drop in and Imedeen range is 33% OFF(while stocks last)Birthday Reception from 5pm to 8pm*Refreshments *Goody Bags and Gift Giveaways*30% OFF EVERYTHING in-store( excludes medications and prescriptions )( 30% OFF full price products only )* Join us for the cutting of our Birthday cake at 6:00pm Thanks to all our loyal customers for their custom over the last THIRTY years.30% OFF EVERYTHING – AS MCFADDENS PHARMACY CELEBRATE THIRTY YEARS IN BUSINESS was last modified: March 22nd, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:BusinessFeaturesMcFADDENS PHARMACYnews
Job Vacancy: KCS Construction Consultants are now recruiting for a Quantity Surveyor to join their professional team.We are a firm of Project Managers and Quantity Surveyors based in Letterkenny with a wide portfolio of construction projects throughout Ireland.We currently have a vacancy for a Quantity Surveyor ideally with minimum 2-3 years experience (although would consider any applicant from Graduate onwards). Summary Job Description – Intermediate Quantity Surveyor:2-3 years experience desired (but not essential)Structured training programme providedLocal busy QS practice with wide variety of construction projects throughout IrelandExcellent training and career development potentialCompetitive remuneration package offered commensurate with experienceFlexible working arrangements can be consideredEqual Opportunities EmployerRICS/SCSI Accredited FirmTo apply, please send a CV to email@example.com or Tel: (083) 407 4040Closing date for applications is 20th December 2019.Job Vacancy: Construction Consultancy firm seeks Quantity Surveyor was last modified: November 26th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:Construction ConsultancyQuantity Surveyor
ADULT MENS FOOTBALLBoth Senior and Reserve panels get their All County League campaign underway on Easter Sunday when Ardara travel to Connolly Park. The south Donegal club have been one of the top sides in the county for a number of years and have All Ireland winner Paddy Mc Grath in their ranks. Training continues for the senior and reserve panel at 7-00 on Tuesday and Thursday in the club gym and everything has been geared towards the beginning of the league season for the past number of weeks. Any players who have not paid their club membership must do so before the beginning of the season. Any outstanding membership will be collected by Paul Mc Laughlin (Fildara) at training. LADIES FOOTBALLLadies Football will continue outside on Tuesday’s and Thursday from 8pm to 9pm, please bring football boots. All newcomers welcome.U16/U14U16/U14 Girls continue training on Wednesday’s at 5:15pm, those in 6th class or above are able to attend this session. Each session €2 and those attending are asked to bring suitable training gear for outside, along with mouth guards. U12U12 Girls continue to train on Wednesday’s at 4:15pm, newcomers are encouraged to attend this session, as there continues to be new faces at the training each week.U10/U8/U6U10/U8/U6 Girls continue to train on Saturday mornings, please note that from Saturday the 9th of March this training will begin at 11:15 and end at 12:15. Coaches will be present from 11am, with the session begin at 11:15am. U10/U8 will be spending part of the session outside, weather dependant and are asked to bring suitable clothing.COUNTY UNDER 14 GIRLS PANELThe club would like to congratulate Aoife Mc Colgan who made her debut for the Donegal U14 team, last Saturday in a challenge game against Mayo. Well Done Aoife UNDERAGE BOYSAn under strength minor side travelled to Burt for the opening game of the Northern Board League on Sunday morning. The boys started brightly but suffered a double blow when losing Matthew Crampsey to injury, and Patrick Mc Grenaghan picked up a second yellow card, before half time. Burt struck a couple of goals early in the second half, and Malin were unable to recover from the setback and were beaten by a scoreline of 6-11 to 0.5. Malin team and scorers were J. Collins, R. Doherty, M. Crampsey, M. Doherty, J. O Neill, C, Byrne, T. Byrne. D. Mullarkey (0.5). D. Mc Laughlin (0.1), J. Mc Laughlin, P. Mc Grenaghan, E Hegarty, D. Mc Carron. Sub used was T. Mc Laughlin. Lifford will be the visitors to Connolly Park on Saturday for the next game in the competition, throw in at 4.45Training continues for the Under 6 age group in the club, gym on Sunday mornings from 10 to 11-15. The sessions are based on GAA Fundamentals; a Croke Park initiative based on research aimed at bettering your child’s coordination (including hand eye) balance, agility and basic fitness in a fun filled environment. It is also an introduction into the basic skills of Gaelic games. All children are welcome to attend.Training for the Under 8 age group takes place in the club gym from 11 to 12-30 on Sunday mornings also in the club. This is followed by training for the Under 10 age group, which runs from 12.30 to 1.30.The underage 16-football squad are currently training in the club gym on Tuesday at 5.00 and in the Malin stables on Saturday evening at 7.00Under 14 training continues on Monday from 5-6 and on Thursday from 4.30 to 6.00.The Under 10 panel had their first outing of the season when they took on Urris in the indoor competition on Saturday.OFF THE WALL“Off The Wall” is the exciting new Indoor initiative launched by CLG Bord Inis Eoghain, to be held over the next 6 weeks. The aim is to improve the skills of our U12 players, where skills are performed with both right and left feet and hands and are scored on either a time or points basis. For this challenge, skills include, kick pass from various distances aiming for target on wall, quick reaction & accuracy fist pass at 3 targets. Kick for score on the move from different positions and finally Zig Zag soloing at speed. To view videos of these four skills check out our Facebook page where coach Charlie Byrne discusses the skills required for the challenge with underage players demonstrating the skills needed. You can also view these videos on the Malin GAA channel on youtube or by contacting Pat Mc Laughlin (F). Special word of thanks to Rory Lynch Carndonagh GAA, Vernon Kelly Moville GAA and Calvin White, Conor O’ Neill, Bronagh Mc Carron, Sean O’ Neill, Allanah Mc Daid and Shauna Mc Gonagle (all Malin GAA) who feature in the videos.HURLINGTraining continues for girls and boys continues at 5-6pm for under 6’s and under 8’s and 6-7pm for under 10’s and 12’s. Each session costs 2 euro and all equipment is provided. We would love to have new coaches to help out; no experience required just energy and enthusiasm, as we will provide training. If you need further information contact Grace on 0868047199EASTER CAMPMalin GAA club are running an Easter camp for boys and girls aged from 5 to 13 starting on the 3rd of April and running until the 5th. Camp co ordinator is Charlie Byrne and all coaches in attendance have been garda veted. Each child will recieve an O Neills football and an Easter egg. The camp will cost €30 for the first child in a family, €25 for the second child per family and €20 for the third child per family For more details contact Charlie on 087 4103782 or Danny 086 8988180.BIG BREAKFASTMalin GAA will be running “The Big Breakfast” on St. Patrick’s Day from 9.30 am to 2pm in the Clubhouse. €5 for Adults and €3 for Children, a great way to start St. Patrick’s Day before heading to the parades!LOTTOCongratulations to Pauline Mc Colgan, 25 Bunn, Glengad who scooped this weeks lotto jackpot of €600. Pauliene matched the sequence drawn, which was 7-5-6-3-1-4-2. The winning envelope was sold by Ciara Mc Laughlin. Shantla who earns herself €20. This is the 5th time that the jackpot has been won within as many months, which proves it is well worth to try. Envelopes are on sale at just €2 or 3 for €5. Next weeks jackpot begins at €500 and as always we thank the local community for their continued support of our lotto drawBAZAARBig thank you to everyone who supported our Annual Bazaar in St. Patricks Hall on Friday night, and to anyone who generously donated prizes for the event. Special thank you to Packo Mc Laughlin and Natalie Zola O Meara who were the chief ogranisers and ensured that the night ran smoothly. The event was organized to raise funds for the Under 14s trip to Leeds later in the year. Some of the prizewinners on the night were, Thomas Mc Geoghegan, John Crua, Siobhan Mc Lauglin, John Mc Laughlin (Rustard), Jacqueline Houton, Elizabeth Bambrick, Stephen Mc Laughlin (Davy), Liam Grant, Sean Diver and Martin Lafferty. Christina Mc Laughlin was the winner of the hamper in the “Like and Share” competiti0n on facebook.IRISH NIGHTThe Inishowen Board are hosting an Irish Night in our clubhouse on Friday 15th of March. Performing on the night will be the Malin GAA traditional music group (fresh from their appearance on Scor Encore on Sunday night), Malin GAA Irish dancers (who will feature in the same programme in the coming weeks), our own Eimear Mc Colgan, Lauryn Mulholland from the Buncrana GAA club, Moville GAA ballad group, JP Bradley from Carndonagh GAA club, the Gweedore Traditional and ballad group who are All Ireland Scor finalists and Niamh Mc Glinchey from Lavey, Co Derry who is an All Ireland Scor winner. Entry is only €5 and a supper will also be served. Patrons are advised to come early as doors open at 8.30 and proceedings get underway at 9 o clock sharp.CLUB REFEREECongratulations to club referee Shaun Mc Laughlin who will be the man in the middle when Fermanagh host Armagh in the Ulster 21 Football Championship during the week.CLUB SHOPThe Malin GAA club shop will be open in the clubhouse on Saturdays from 12-2 and on Sundays from 11-15 to 1-30. There are a large selection of club merchandise in stock, which can be purchased on the day. Also the club will submit an order to the suppliers on the first day of each month for any club stock, which is currently not available in the shop. Please note that the replica shirts are loose fitting, not the tight fit that the senior side wears. A list of other club gear, hoodies, rain jackets, shorts, socks, hats, scarves, kit bags etc are also available to order. For more details, contact Susan on 07493 70638.NEW TO YOUHave you any spare clothes cluttering up your home? Well don’t throw them out!! Malin GAA are opening a NEW TO YOU shop in Malin in the coming days with all money received going to help fund the under 14 trip to Leeds. So why not start your spring cleaning and put any unwanted clothes into a large sack. More details will be available shortly on where to drop them off.MATCH DAY VOLUNTEERSYour club needs you!!! We are looking for volunteers to give 3 hours of their time during the season to help man the club tuck shop during home games. Duties include serving tea, coffee and snacks. If we can get enough people on board to help share the workload, it would mean you would only be required to help out for just one game during the entire season. Anyone interested is asked to send their name and contact number to Paddy on 0868668531.PITCH BOOKINGSCould all team managers contact hughie mccolgan(0863543210) to advise of your training and match times for the season ahead. Hughie will keep a timetable for the field to avoid double booking. Any team that do not the field booked in advance can not be guaranteed that it will be available when requested.NOTESAnyone wishing to have information included in the club notes are reminded to contact Martin Doherty on 086 1585880, or alternatively send an email to the new club email address firstname.lastname@example.org at no later than 9 o clock on the Sunday evening. Please note the new club email addressMAILING LISTAnyone wishing to be included in the club text service, to avail of club fixtures and news are asked to send their number to 0868668531 or also you can follow the club and receive regular updates on the clubs facebook page.WEDDINGSCongratulations to club member and former reserve team member Aiden Doherty who got married at the weekend and also to our under 14 coach and member of the senior backroom staff Brendan Monagle who weds our ladies secretary Seana Hume at the weekend. It didn’t take Seana long to realise that the only way a Derry woman was going to get her hands on the Sam Maguire was to marry a Donegal man!! Best wishes to both couples from all at the club.GAA NEWS: MALIN CLUB NOTES was last modified: March 11th, 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)Tags:Malin GAA Club notes
One of the most composed and clinical strikers in the world, it is no wonder Aguero’s beard is equally as sharp. Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card 11 silverware huge blow possible standings Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures Much like his first touch, Lacazette’s beard seems to be erratic and wayward. But look closer and you can see both are just about under control. No.2 – Bruno 11 REVEALED REVEALED No.7 – Olivier Giroud Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade No.8 – David Wagner no dice 11 11 11 Here at talkSPORT.com, we have ranked the top 10 beards from the English top flight.Scroll down to see the final candidates, ranked from No.10 to the top.No.10 – Aaron Ramsey However, the growing popularity of facial fuzz amongst Premier League footballers has meant virtually all 20 teams have at least one hirsute star in their side.Ever since the normally clean-shaven David Beckham decided to ditch the razor whilst living it up in LA, imitators have become all-too common on this side of the pond.But who has the best beard in the Premier League? 11 The first Saturday of September officially marks World Beard Day and what better way to celebrate than by ranking the top 10 beards in the Premier League?A symbol of royalty and wealth in years gone by, it is far more common to see beards on the faces of hipsters in Shoreditch and the Northern Quarter these days. smart causal Who has the best facial fuzz in the Premier League? Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Does need a bit of trimming after a long summer spent celebrating, but the France striker deserves his place on the list. Even with a sever haircut, Giroud pulls it out of the bag with a strong beard. Although he can be tricky in possession for a keeper, the Brazil No.1 opts for a far more simpler approach to his grooming. After a season of Loris Karius and his ponytail, Reds fans everywhere will welcome a keeper with a much more sensible haircut. The Welsh wizard is currently stalling on a new deal at the Emirates, giving him plenty of time to work on his beard. A neat and tidy entry, Ramsey is never afraid to mix it up and keep it short from time to time. 11 11 11 11 England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won 11 No.1 – Aron Gunnarsson The Portugal international arrived at Molineux in the summer and beard-lovers rejoiced everywhere. A composed and tidy midfielder, Moutinho looks as sharp on the pitch as he does off it. No.9 – Joao Moutinho German efficiency at it’s very best, Wagner is the only manager to make the list – just edging friend Jurgen Klopp. The extra dash of salt and pepper gives him the advantage. Put it this way, he didn’t have a beard when he was at Chelsea…. No.3 – Mohamed Salah No.5 – Sergio Aguero shining No.4 – Alexandre Lacazette Latest Premier League News A legend at Brighton, the Spaniard has decided to simply stop worrying about what is going on up top and just focus on what’s going on with his chin. Can always be relied upon on the pitch and his beard will never let you down either. Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won No.6 – Alisson Becker Quite simply, magnificent. No wonder he is the Iceland captain, the former Coventry City midfielder looks almost identical to a Viking warrior. Like Bruno, he has given up with the nonsense on top and just focused on the business end at the bottom of his face.
Last Friday’s nonleague football game between host Duarte High School and Gabrielino High was canceled at the request of Gabrielino school officials, Duarte Principal Bill Martinez said. Following the conclusion of Thursday’s freshman football game between the two schools at Duarte, shots were heard nearby, prompting Gabrielino officials to ask that Friday’s varsity game be canceled. Gabrielino officials couldn’t be reached for comment. The game will not be rescheduled. No injuries were reported, the incident happened off campus and no students were believed to be involved, Duarte officials said. Martinez said Duarte administrators couldn’t persuade Gabrielino officials to play the game. Maranatha, which has allowed only 12 points in three games, is 3-0 under new coach Dwayne Cantrell following Saturday’s 20-0 shutout over Flintridge Prep. Even though the Kares advanced to last year’s championship game, coach Ken Drain said before the season he would be grateful if they just reached the playoffs in 2005. The Kares lost all-purpose player Landon Goodwell, quarterback Dan Pastor and a few others to graduation, but they’ve picked up where they left off, are 2-0 and ranked No. 4 after Friday’s 42-0 victory over Western Christian. “The start has kind of been surprising to all of us,’ Drain said. “It’s a combination of some of our opponents not being that good and the fact we’re better than we thought we would be.’ Drain also has been scoreboard watching. No. 1 Hamilton is 1-2 after a 14-6 loss to No. 2 Campbell Hall, and Campbell Hall barely beat Pasadena Poly 27-13 earlier this season. “You can’t count us out of the division now,’ Drain said. “I really believe it’s up for grabs.’ Drain’s optimistic because the Kares’ defense has allowed only six points in two games. The Kares host Arrowhead Christian on Saturday at 7 p.m. “I thought our defense would be our weakness, but the guys are swarming to the ball and surprising us each week,’ Drain said. Fred J. Robledo can be reached at (626) 962-8811, Ext. 4485, or by e-mail at email@example.com. 160Want 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 MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 “Following the freshman football game, there were reports of shots fired nearby,’ Martinez said. “However, that altercation was between two adult groups and not between students of either school.’ Martinez said Duarte school officials gave Gabrielino officials several options in hopes of playing the game, including moving the game to Gabrielino’s new stadium. “I personally feel really bad because it was a home game and a lot of our players were ready to play,’ Martinez said. “We were going to have a number of deputies and gang units at the game. We even offered to play at Gabrielino and would have brought our administration and had deputies at the game there. But unfortunately, we couldn’t come to an agreement.’ Could there possibly be a CIF- SS Division XIII championship between Rio Hondo Prep (2-0) and Maranatha (3-0)? The two schools will meet at Rio Hondo Prep for a nonleague game on Oct. 7, and don’t be surprised if they meet again in the playoffs. Both teams are playing that well.