Belman has a family bond with Deportivo, since his father militated in the blue and white branch In the season 1991-92. Further, his mother is corunna and he spends seasons with his family in the Herculean city. Belman It has been consolidated this season as the titular goalkeeper of the team led by Raúl after Luca Zidane’s departure to Santander Racing. The goalkeeper has played 16 games and has conceded 18 goals, being able to leave his unbeaten goal in Five occasions Although the Depor could not incorporate Belman last month, the club from Coruña will return to the load Looking forward to next season. The goalkeeper, who proclaimed himself champion of the Copa del Rey and the Champions League with Juvenil in 2017, he renewed last summer with the white club until 2021. The goalkeeper of the Real Madrid Castilla Javier Belman He is chosen for reinforce the goal Depor next season. The club from Coruña has already tried to incorporate the Alicante goalkeeper into this last winter market to replace the return of Koke Vegas to the Levant. However, the operation could not be carried out and finally the one chosen to accompany Dani Gimenez in the sports goal until June was Aleksandar Jovanovic, who arrived on loan from Huesca.
Jamaica captured two of the 200m events and three in the 800m. Michae Harriott took gold in the Girls’ Under-18 200m in 23.73 seconds, and so did Michael Stephens in the Boys’ equivalent, winning in 21.30 seconds as teammate Xavier Nairne took the bronze after finishing third in 21.58 seconds. Sasheika Cameron picked up bronze in the Under-20 Girls’ 200 metres in 24.28 seconds. Cemore Donald defended her title in the Girls’ Under-18 800m, winning in 2:11.28 as teammate, Shaquena Foote was second in 2:13.44. Chrisanni May won the Girls’ Under-20 event in 2:12.43 as teammate Kara Grant was third for bronze in 2:1721. Kimar Farquharson (1:54.65) won the Boys’ Under-18 event ahead of countryman, Tyrese Reid second in 2:13.44 . In the Boys’ Under-20 event, Agerian Jackson finished second for silver in 1:52.07 as teammate Ackeen Colley failed to finish. ONE year later and it is the same story, as Jamaica’s junior athletes proved once again that they are the best among their Caribbean counterparts. They dominated the 46th staging of the Carifta Games which came to an end yesterday in Willemstad, Curaccao. Jamaica picked up 14 gold, eight silver and seven bronze to total 29 medals on the final day. This meant they ended with 84 overall – 38 gold, 27 silver and 19 bronze. Jamaica started off the final session on a bang, led by a smashing record run by Britany Anderson in the Girls’ Under-18 100m hurdles to make it a clean sweep by Jamaica in the hurdle events. All season, Vere Technical High School’s outstanding hurdler has been competing against the wind, and yesterday it was no different as she showed her class once again in the event. Competing in a negative wind of 2.1 metres per second, she smashed the previous record of 13.29 seconds set by Jamaica’s Janeek Brown in 2015, after winning the event in 13.16 seconds. Defending champion, Daszay Freeman made it a quinella for Jamaica after finishing second in 13.39 seconds, with Gabrielle Gibson of The Bahamas taking bronze, after finishing third in 14.07 seconds. Amoi Brown, teammate of Anderson at Vere Technical, made it a quick double for Jamaica in the Girls’ Under-20 event. Brown and her teammate, Janeek Brown had a very close battle throughout, but it was Amoi who came off the best off the final hurdle to win in 13.44 seconds, just outside the previous record of 13.42 seconds set by Jamaica’s Samantha Elliot in 2010. Janeek finished second in 13.49 seconds with Laetitia Bapte of Martinique getting third in 13.79 seconds. Both Calabar High athletes DeJour Russell and Orlando Bennett closed out the hurdle sweep for Jamaica by taking the Boys’ Under-18 and Under-20 events respectively. Russell won the Under 18 110m hurdles in a wind aided 13.19 seconds as teammate, Jeremy Farr took bronze after finishing third in 13.71 seconds.The athletes were aided by a positive wind of 2.4 metres per second. It was also 1-3 for Jamaica in the Under-20 110m hurdles as Bennett, who clocked 13.60 seconds, took the gold, while teammate Alex Robinson was third in 13.72 seconds. Like he did a year ago, Tavonte Mott of The Bahamas took silver in 13.64 seconds. THREE WINS 800M GLORY Following the disqualification of Jamaica Under-18 Boys’ in the preliminary round of the 4x400m relays, it was three wins for Jamaica here. The Under-18 Girls’ quartet of Kimara Francis, Joanna Reid, Shaquena Foote and Sanique Walker won in 3:38.76, ahead of The Bahamas in 3:41.24 and Trinidad and Tobago in 3:43.05. The Under-20 Girls’ quartet of Kimora Muschette, Nicolee Foster, Shauna Salmon and Junelle Bromfield won easily in 3:37.95, ahead of The Bahamas in 3:59.37, and British Virgin Islands in 3:53.03. However, there was a major upset in the Boys’ Under-20 4x400m as Jamaica was beaten by Trinidad and Tobago. A fumble at the first exchange saw Jamaica having to play catch-up, despite a brilliant anchor leg for Christopher Taylor, who made up a big deficit but stumbling close to the finish line. However, Trinidad and Tobago held on to win in 3:09.32 as Jamaica finished second for silver, clocking 3:10.33.
“I think Petron were so far away from us in the fourth, and if you’ll look at it the game was almost finished,” said De Jesus in Filipino. “I think Petron got disappointed in the fifth set.”“The only important thing for us was to get the scores as close as possible in the fourth set, then our breaks began to happen and the momentum carried over to the fifth set.”Perez paced F2 with 25 points while Bryan and Aby Maraño had 15 and 12 points, respectively.Lindsay Stalzer had 24 points to lead Petron while Hillary Hurley added 16.The two teams’ attack stats were almost level with Petron and F2 tacking nine service aces apiece with the Cargo Movers having a slight 54-51 edge on scoring spikes.ADVERTISEMENT Cruz then worked her magic in the clutch with a service ace that put F2 at match point, 14-4, before Kennedy Bryan finished things off.F2’s dominance, though, did not begin in the fifth set, as the Cargo Movers brushed off a 0-9 deficit in the penultimate set.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkThe Cargo Movers mounted a 13-4 run to tie the fourth set at 13-13 then followed it up with a 9-3 spurt that Maria Perez capped off with an off-the-block kill that put F2 up 22-18.F2 head coach Ramil De Jesus said Petron might have lost focus in the fourth set after watching its lead dissipate and that change in attitude carried over to the final period when the Cargo Movers finally began to heat up. Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? It was in the defensive department that F2 had the distinct advantage, tallying 17 blocks to Petron’s five.The deciding game is on Saturday at Mall of Asia Arena.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson 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 Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew View comments MOST READ LATEST STORIES Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina PBA Season 43 Preview: Small Meralco ready for giants of PH Cup Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ F2 Cargo Movers. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netF2 Logistics kept its chances alive for the Philippine Super Liga Grand Prix title after denying Petron a Finals series sweep with a 25-20, 24-26, 14-25, 25-19, 15-4 victory in Game 2 Thursday at Filoil Flying V Centre.The Cargo Movers extinguished whatever fire the Blaze Spikers had in the fifth set with captain Cha Cruz punishing Petron’s Rhea Dimaculangan with an off-the-block kill that capped off a 10-3 start.ADVERTISEMENT Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny
Health practitioners and joint security officers from Nimba, Lofa, Bong and their counterparts from Guinea have decided to form a ‘Regional Surveillance Team’ to keep track of security issues and outbreaks of diseases.In a cross-border health meeting held in Ganta on September 24, participants, including superintendents of the three counties and their Guinean counterpart, said forming a regional surveillance team will help get them ahead of issues that demand urgent attention.Dr. Collins Bowah of Nimba County told the Daily Observer that if the regional surveillance team is formed and sustained, it will be able to track any disease in the sub–region.“If the regional surveillance team is formulated,” Dr. Bowah said, “we will be able to share information regularly with our Guinean counterpart on any issue that has the propensity to harm us.”In terms of sustainability, he said the counties involved in the team should create an allotment in their social development funds to keep the surveillance team working.At the recent cross-border meeting, local health authorities of the three counties – Bong, Lofa and Nimba – as well as their Guinean counterpart from Nzerekore made a powerpoint presentation on disease surveillance and how they could control its spread.This is not the first time for such a cross-border security meeting to take place on either side of the border. It may be recalled that during the days of UNMIL, there were similar monthly meetings to discuss security issues along the border.Guinean representatives present included Mustafa Conteh, Superintendent of Yormou; Jean Smith Sandy, District Commissioner of Nzerekore; and other officers and health workers, while Supt. Fong Zuagele and proxies from Bong and Lofa counties represented the region.The meeting was funded by the IOM (International Organization for Migration), and partially by the Danish Refugee Council in collaboration with the Nimba County Health Team. The next meeting will take place in Guinea.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
“From now on, we only have finals. The players have to show what they can do, but I am convinced that we can do it,” Neuer said.Pre-World Cup talk from the German camp was about becoming the first team since Brazil in 1962 to successfully defend the title.Now the worry is whether Joachim Loew’s team can even reach the last 16.“Complaining about what happened doesn’t change anything, we all know that,” said Neuer.“We have to try to put this behind us as quickly as possible.”Neuer revealed that head coach Loew spoke at length during an emergency team meeting after the poor display in Moscow and that the players did not hold back in giving their opinion.– ‘We didn’t mince words’ –“There was a length team meeting,” said Neuer.“We didn’t mince words, because we want to make things better against Sweden.Germany’s goalkeeper Manuel Neuer described their shock defeat to Mexico as ‘a wake-up call’ which led to frank exchanges of opinion within the team. © AFP / Patrik STOLLARZ“We talked a lot, such meetings are good, it’s a liberating feeling and the outlines came from the coach.“We are our harshest critics.“It was a wake-up call and there has never been such strong communication within the team as after the game against Mexico.“We won’t need a second wake-up call.“We want to reach the knock-out stages and the team believes that we can do it.”Die Mannschaft was slammed by the German media for a dreadful first-half performance when their defence was brutally riped apart by Mexico’s counter attacks.Neuer says all the stops will be pulled out against Sweden.“Every player must ask himself, ‘am I ready to give everything?”, said Germany’s shot-stopper.“In terms of the performance, I don’t think we need to change players.”Despite the captain’s insistence that the current team can pull it off, former internationals and pundits in Germany are demanding that Loew drops Mesut Ozil and Sami Khedira after both had woeful displays against Mexico.Neuer revealed that the players took their frustrations out in Monday’s closed training session.“It went off, the players who weren’t involved on Sunday really threw themselves into it,” he said.Neuer revealed that even before Loew called for crisis talks, the players were already sorting out issues amongst themselves.“Since no one shirks responsibility, we had already talked a lot after the game, on the bus and at every meal,” he said.0Shares0000(Visited 5 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Germany’s goalkeeper and captain Manuel Neuer © AFP / Yuri CORTEZVATUTINKI, Russian Federation, Jun 19 – Germany captain Manuel Neuer said Tuesday that his side’s two remaining World Cup group games are now effectively finals and revealed frank words were exchanged in the team camp as the holders fight to stay in the tournament.The World Cup holders are under intense pressure ahead of Saturday’s second Group F game against Sweden in Sochi and the South Korea match next Wednesday in Kazan after suffering a shock 1-0 defeat to Mexico on Sunday.
ONE of Ireland’s best-known food critics has caused a bit of a stir today – with his review of Donegal restaurants!But it wasn’t fine dining which got the taste buds going of Paulo Tullio – his review in today’s Irish Independent is full of praise for Letterkenny’s ‘Bread & Butter’ cafe!He writes: “We didn’t have high expectations when we sat down in a booth, but the service was excellent and, as it turned out, the food was well made. Toni wanted a light snack, so she ordered the homemade vegetable soup, which came with homemade bread, while I went for a simple dish of fish and chips. “For simple café fare, I thought it was well done. Toni’s soup was well made, nicely presented and the bread was good, while my fish and chips were excellent, the batter on the cod crisp and dry, and the chips managed to be golden, crispy and soft inside. That’s exactly how I think chips should be made, but it’s surprising how rarely they arrive like that. A small ramekin of tasty tartar sauce accompanied the dish.“A shared dessert of Malteser cheesecake and a pretty good espresso finished the meal, which left us both contented.”Paulo also visited a number of other establishments including La Bella Donna in Donegal Town.You can read his full review here: http://www.independent.ie/lifestyle/food-drink/paolo-tullio-a-taste-of-the-north-2497290.htmlendsBOOST FOR ‘BREAD & BUTTER’ CAFE IN LK AS TOP FOOD CRITIC GIVES THUMBS UP! was last modified: January 15th, 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)
A property developer has applied to build a massive indoor sports arena in Letterkenny.Businessman Michael Hegarty is behind plans to turn the old UNIFI plant in the Kiltoy area of the town into a multi-purpose sports centre.Plans for the development have been lodged with the local town council by the businessman. Mr Hegarty is well-known in business and property circles and he is connected with several major projects including Letterkenny’s Courtyard Shopping Centre.Planning permission for a number of light industrial units had already been granted for the site which was formally known as Plant II on the old UNIFI site.As well as the sports arena, permission has been sought for a canteen and office facilities.The sports arena will be the second such facility in Letterkenny. The Aura Leisure Centre near Ballymacool already has a swimming pool, gymnasium as well as indoor and outdoor sporting facilities.The UNIFI plant, which made yarn and had up to 900 employees in the town, closed its doors around 2004.Since then a number of different suggestions have been made for the site of the huge derelict plant.EndsPROPERTY DEVELOPER LAUNCHES PLANS TO TURN UNIFI SITE INTO SPORTS ARENA was last modified: April 16th, 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:indoors sports arenaplanUNIFI
The race is on by investors left high and dry by crooked businessman Francois de Dietrich to get some of their money back.One investor has tried to steal a march on other doomed profiteers by getting a court order for €165,000 from de Dietrich’s company ETIC Solutions.But hundreds of those from Donegal who pumped money into the Frenchman’s get-rich-scheme are unlikely to get their money back in full, a court heard yesterday. The Frenchman has had his assets in the North frozen by the Financial Services Authority who believe he is behind an illegal investment scheme.A winding up petition against Mr de Dietrich’s firm ETIC Solutions Ltd was put on hold by the High Court in Belfast yesterday.A judge adjourned the application after being told one creditor from the south has already obtained an order from the company.With a further hearing in Dublin in May on that judgment, his legal team urged the court not to take any steps which could impact on the case. The FSA has already been granted permission to appoint provisional liquidators to ETIC Solutions.That move was seen as helping to protect creditors in the company headed by Mr de Dietrich.The one-time Ballybofey resident’s whereabouts have remained unknown since he was ordered to serve a prison sentence for contempt of court.He is appealing against an 18-month jail term imposed in January for failing to fully disclose his worldwide assets.Although a warrant was issued for his arrest, Mr de Dietrich appears to have gone missing. Members of the business community, sporting figures and travellers are thought to have handed over money.Court proceedings launched by the FSA led to an injunction banning de Dietrich and his company ETIC Solutions from taking any more deposits.The regulatory body also obtained an initial order freezing more than £20m in assets linked to the businessman.He has insisted in a statement that his businesses were legitimate and that he was working to return all outstanding money. FSA lawyers, who applied to have ETIC Solutions wound-up, argued that no adjournment should be granted because the move would be limited to funds in Northern Ireland.They also claimed that the creditor seeking to put it on hold was seeking to gain an advantage over others.“His unsurprising ambition would seem to be to make sure he gets his money quickly and before anyone else,” one barrister said.“There are many, many creditors… literally millions of euros in the republic are at stake.”Pointing to a potential disadvantage to others, he added: “On any reading… it looks as if there will not be complete recovery of the monies that have been advanced.”However, granting the adjournment until after the Dublin hearing in May, Mr Justice Deeny commented: “It is preferable that the courts on both sides of the border act in recognition of one another’s orders.”EndsDONEGAL INVESTORS SCRAMBLE TO GET MONEY BACK FROM DOOMED SCHEME was last modified: April 15th, 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:cashETIC SolutionsFrancois de Dietrichinvestors
Here are the top football headlines in Friday’s newspapers…Manchester United are plotting a HUGE triple swoop for Real Madrid forwards Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo and Barcelona striker Neymar. (The Times) The Red Devils are also willing to spend £50million to land in-demand Everton defender John Stones. It would make the 21-year-old England international the most expensive defender in the world. (Daily Star)United captain Wayne Rooney is being offered an eye-watering £75m deal to be reunited with Sven Goran Eriksson at Chinese Super League club Shanghai SIPG. The league are reportedly ready to give the 30-year-old a three-year contract worth up to £25m per season. (Daily Mail)Swansea have put Man United legend and assistant coach Ryan Giggs on their shortlist to replace Garry Monk as manager. (The Independent) Another Premier League legend – former Arsenal forward Dennis Bergkamp – is also among the favourites at the Liberty Stadium. (Evening Standard) Former Sunderland manager Gus Poyet and ex-Chelsea coach Roberto di Matteo, 45, are both in the running at Swansea. (Guardian) Real Madrid want to take Jose Mourinho back to the Bernabeu next summer. Club president Florentino Perez still rates the under-fire Chelsea boss the best coach in the world and wants him to succeed the doomed Rafa Benitez. (The Sun)Diego Costa has dropped a big hint that he could be ready to quit Chelsea at the end of this season and return to Atletico Madrid. (Daily Express)Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has made Southampton midfielder Victor Wanyama his No1 target in January. (Daily Mirror)The Gunners could also sign Dynamo Moscow striker Aleksandr Kokorin, 24, for £4.3m in January. (Izvestia)Aston Villa boss Remi Garde has confirmed an interest in signing Ashley Cole as the Villans prepare to enter the January market in a bid to ‘improve the chances’ of the club staying up. (Daily Mail)And here are the top talkSPORT.com headlines…??‘DON’T sell Daniel Sturridge!’ Liverpool legend John Barnes calls for patience with injury-plagued strikerSwansea ‘should have given Garry Monk more time’, says former captain Alan TateLiverpool ‘make contact’ with Paris Saint-Germain over potential deal for Brazil star Lucas MouraMan City ready £30m bid for Inter Milan striker Mauro IcardiArsenal tracking in-form Deportivo La Coruna winger Lucas Perez as stand-in for injured starsLeicester City pursuing deal for former Man City midfielder Nigel De Jong
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.Because of the work of Gore and the IPCC fighting against the skepticism, Americans are ready to face this challenge not with fear, but with their typical can-do spirit. California’s leaders, for example, are enthusiastically embracing the possibilities for new industry created by this massive shift in public opinion. The dinosaurs never saw their catastrophic climate change coming, and thus had little opportunity to avoid the end of their 200-million-year rule. But thanks in large part to the work of Gore, we do and can take steps that might save millions, even billions, of human lives. If that’s not the definition of waging peace, then what is? THERE are many people wondering what former Vice President Al Gore has done to merit the Nobel Peace Prize, which he will share with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, it was announced last week. Typically, winners of the prize are world leaders who have brokered peace treaties, worked to stop wars or end social injustice. Think Desmond Tutu, the Dalai Lama, Martin Luther King Jr., Rigoberta Menchu, among many other notable people and organizations that sought to make the world a less dangerous, less violent place. But in truth, Gore was an obvious choice. It was his persistent crusade to inform the world of the dangers of global warming that turned it from a theory abused by some conservatives as “junk science” to a legitimate political concern that was cited by the Nobel Committee. The committee correctly saw that climate change poses just as much danger to humans as war. Even more, perhaps. Indeed, the effects of a warming planet – rising seas, increase in disease, famines – is perhaps the spark that might start wars across the globe as people are displaced from their homes and fight over dwindling resources. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!