Limerick Connections exhibition at Limerick City Gallery of Art

first_img Previous articleWATCH: O’Connor Reacts to ‘Boro VictoryNext articleBeirne returns as JvG names side for final Pro 14 clash with Connacht Meghann Scully Advertisement Email Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Twitter Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash WhatsApp LimerickNewsLimerick Connections exhibition at Limerick City Gallery of ArtBy Meghann Scully – August 28, 2020 285 LIMERICK City Gallery of Art (LCGA) presents, Limerick Connections, an exhibition from the Permanent Collections of works by 67 artists associated with Limerick from the 70s to the present day.The exhibition has a strong focus on painting. The diverse nature of the exhibition is an insightful appraisal of how techniques and subject matter have changed over the last fifty years but the fundamental gesture of painting remains the same.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up It seemed appropriate after this period of lockdown to present this treasure trove of works by artists with strong connections to Limerick are deservedly celebrated here in this group exhibition at LCGA.Featured Artists include: Analog Devices, Robert Baker, Dietrich Blodau, Vivienne Bogan, Anne Brennan, Jamie Burke, Erika Cagney, Michael Canning, Diana Copperwhite, Carl Doran, Joe Duggan, Susan Dunne, Jack Donovan, Pauline Fitzgerald, Tom Fitzgerald, Mike Fitzpatrick, Martin Folan, Charles Harper RHA, Kate Hennessy, Gavin Hogg, Tim Humphrise.Ramon Kassam, Alan Keane, Rosalind Kennedy, Gillian Kenny, Joe Lane, David Lilburn, Don MacGabhann, Des MacMahon, Mary Moloney, Peter Morgan,  Coilin Murray, Chloe Murray, Sinead McKillican, Michael McLoughlin & Our Lady of Lourdes CDP Women’s Group.Niamh McCann, Laura McMurrow, Lorraine Murphy, Mary Nagle,  Áine Nic Giolla Coda,  P.J. O’Connell, Maureen O’Connor, Enda O’Donoghue, Fiona O’Dwyer, Deirdre O’Mahony, Eamonn O’Mahony, Doireann O’Malley, Paul M. O’Reilly, Suzannah O’Reilly, Amy O’Riordan.Melanie O’Rourke, Deirdre A. Power, Ann Ryan, Robert Ryan, Thomas Ryan PRHA, Jim Savage, Jim Sheehy, John Shinnors, Richard Slade, Donald Teskey,  Maighread Tobin, Clodagh Toomey,  Benedict Tutty, Walter Verling, Lorraine Wall, Samuel Walsh, Martin Yelverton.http://gallery.limerick.ie/LCGAExhibitions/LimerickConnectionsworksfromthePermanentCollection.htmlRunning alongside this is a selection of works from the First Exhibition in 1937 and acquisitions made between then and 1948 when the East Gallery was opened and a permanent home for the Collection was achieved.http://gallery.limerick.ie/LCGAExhibitions/LimericksMunicipalCollectionJune-September2020.htmBoth shows run until Sunday 6 September.Forthcoming EVA International 2020    https://www.eva.ie/39th-eva-international-news-update/ Printcenter_img Linkedin Facebook WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival TAGSartKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick City Gallery of ArtLimerick Post last_img read more

France drives in 4 as Padres rally past Rockies

first_img“I definitely was not as sharp as I wanted to be tonight,” Freeland said. “I caught some breaks there in the first three innings with some balls hit right at guys to get out of jams. But the fourth and fifth innings, I started leaving stuff over the middle of the plate.”PAINFUL HITPadres reliever Emilio Pagán took a hard shot off his leg on a stinging one-out comebacker by Raimel Tapia, which rolled toward third for a single in the ninth. Trainers came out to the mound to check on him but he managed to stay in the game. ROOKIE MILESTONESan Diego rookie outfielder Jorge Mateo registered his first career RBI when he singled in a run during the fourth inning. In the ninth, he made a spectacular diving catch to take a hit away from Arenado. August 29, 2020 France drives in 4 as Padres rally past Rockies Matt Kemp hit a three-run shot for Colorado, and Nolan Arenado finished with three hits.San Diego tied the game with three runs in the fifth and pulled away with a four-run burst in the sixth. After hitting a one-out double, Fernando Tatis Jr. showcased his speed in scoring the go-ahead run, advancing on a wild pitch that barely trickled away from catcher Tony Wolters and sprinting home just ahead of a strong throw from Sam Hilliard on Machado’s sacrifice fly to shallow center off Jeff Hoffman (2-1). France added a three-run double to put the Padres up 8-4.The Rockies jumped on Davies in the first, with most of the damage coming on Kemp’s third homer this season — all against San Diego. None of the runs were earned because first baseman Hosmer dropped a relay throw on Charlie Blackmon’s fielder’s choice that would have completed an inning-ending double play. Davies walked Daniel Murphy before Kemp drove a 2-0 pitch into the stand of evergreens behind the wall in center.“After that first inning, I focused on making sure I was over the plate, down, and keeping the ball as much as I could on the ground,” Davies said. “But again, defense behind me, that makes me confident in myself. Just a matter of time for that offense to get going.”Colorado left-hander Kyle Freeland went 4 1/3 innings and allowed four runs and 11 hits, snapping a streak of six consecutive quality starts to begin the season. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditDENVER (AP) — Ty France had four RBIs and the San Diego Padres posted another comeback victory, overcoming an early four-run deficit to beat the Colorado Rockies 10-4 on Friday night.Eric Hosmer and Wil Myers each contributed four hits as part of San Diego’s season-high 19-hit attack. Manny Machado had three hits while extending his hitting streak to 10 games. Zach Davies (5-2) struck out six in 5 2/3 innings, allowing four unearned runs in the first.“Obviously as a team we swung the bats really well tonight,” Padres manager Jayce Tingler said. “I thought the one thing our guys did is they stayed short, they hit the ball line to line.”center_img Associated Press TRAINER’S ROOMPadres: C Francisco Mejia is making steady progress in his rehabilitation of his bruised left thumb. He went on the 10-day injured list on Aug. 17. “ He’s getting a lot of at-bats and he’s continuing to improve” at the team’s alternate training site at the University of San Diego, Tingler saod.Rockies: RHP Chi Chi Gonzalez (right biceps tendinitis) had a strong bullpen session Wednesday and is slated to throw again in the next couple of days. Sidelined since Aug. 7, Gonzalez is nearing a return. “He’s really close to being ready to pitch for us,” manager Bud Black said.UP NEXTPadres: LHP Adrian Morejon (0-0, 5.79 ERA), typically used out of the bullpen, is slated to make his third start of the season and fifth of his career Saturday night. Rockies: RHP Antonio Senzatela (3-1, 3.96 ERA) looks to bounce back from his first loss of the season in which he gave up four home runs in a road start against the Dodgers.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sportslast_img read more

William Hill announces long-list for 30th SBOTY award

first_img Gamesys tops list for GambleAware Q1 donations July 10, 2020 Graham Sharpe – William HillWilliam Hill has announced the long-list of contenders for its 30th ‘Sports Book of the Year Award’, considered the most prestigious prize in English sports literature.The UK bookmaker announces the 17 sports books and authors that have made its ‘2018 SBOTY long list’, a diverse mix which includes novels, diaries, autobiographies, exposes of sports biggest stars and gonzo journalism.Announcing the long-list, Graham Sharpe Chairman of Judges and co-founder of the Award, said:“Over the last 30 years, this award has been responsible for raising the quality and breadth of the subject matter of books about sport, which was the aim from day one. Since our first year, in 1989, over 3000 books have been entered for the award and, including this year, well over half a million pounds of prize money has been handed out to longlisted, shortlisted and winning authors, making this the biggest and longest-running commitment ever given to promoting sports books.The SBOTY 2018 long list is as followsFear and Loathing on the Oche by King Adz (Yellow Jersey, Penguin Random House)Tiger Woods by Jeff Benedict and Armen Keteyian (Simon & Schuster)Life to the Limit: My Autobiography by Jenson Button (Blink, Bonnier Books)State of Play: Under the Skin of the Modern Game by Michael Calvin (Century, Penguin Random House)This Girl Ran: Tales of a Party Girl Turned Triathlete by Helen Croydon (Summersdale Publishers)The Boy on the Shed by Paul Ferris (Hodder & Stoughton) The Lost Soul of Eamon Magee by Paul D. Gibson (Mercier Press)You’ll Never Walk by Andy Grant (deCoubertin Books)A Boy in the Water by Tom Gregory (Particular Books, Penguin Random House)The Card: Every Match, Every Mile by Steve Hill (Ockley Books)Berlin 1936 Sixteen Days in August by Oliver Hilmes (The Bodley Head, Penguin Random House)Chasing Points: A Season on the Pro Tennis Circuit by Gregory Howe (Pitch Publishing)The Test by Nathan Leamon (Constable, Little Brown)The Mountains Are Calling: Running in the High Places of Scotland by Jonny Muir (Sandstone Press)Bump, Bike & Baby: Mummy’s Gone Adventure Racing by Moire O’Sullivan (Sandstone Press)Sevens Heaven: The Beautiful Chaos of Fiji’s Olympic Dream by Ben Ryan (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, The Orion Publishing Group)Heads Up: My Life Story by Alan Smith (Constable, Little, Brown)The judging panel for this year’s Award consists of: journalist and broadcaster Mark Lawson; retired professional footballer and former chairman of the Professional Footballer’s Association, Clarke Carlisle; broadcaster and writer John Inverdale; broadcaster Danny Kelly; award-winning journalist Hugh McIlvanney; and The Times columnist and author, Alyson Rudd. Chair of Judges is Graham Sharpe, co-creator of the Award alongside the late John Gaustad, founder of the Sportspages bookshop, who passed away in 2016. Share Related Articles StumbleUpon SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020center_img William Hill accelerates transformation agenda to overcome COVID realities August 5, 2020 Share Submit William Hill will announce its SBOTY finalists on 23 October, with the eventual winner announced at BAFTA London on Tuesday 27 November.last_img read more

L.A. has the king of sports franchise social media

first_imgPop quiz, hotshot.You are representing a billion-dollar franchise to an entire generation. You have mere seconds to craft 140 characters for millions of people awaiting your proclamation, and they better form something captivating.What do you do?“It takes a lot of confidence,” Dodgers social media coordinator Matt Mesa said. “I think I read things three to four times before I hit send. It’s a challenge. It’s a big burden.” A Twitter account largely credited with transforming social media in sports, aided by a couple of Stanley Cups, has been a primary vehicle for the elevation of the Kings.The importance of social media to a sports franchise is deep into the process of being fully realized. The Los Angeles market provides a perfect cross-section of approaches to the medium, ranging from the envelope-pushing Kings to the calculatedly traditional Lakers.But there’s nothing traditional about social media, relatively uncharted territory in the marketing world where ingenuity moving as fast as the world-class athletes who supply the subject matter converges with profit-seeking corporations trying to feed their bottom line. “If fans are able to constantly engage, it keeps them interested and leads to our primary monetization opportunities of tickets and merchandise and those broadcast rights,” Lakers director of new media and technology Nick Kioski said. “Social media helps keep people informed. And as generations pass, people consume information differently and it’s very important for us to keep up with that.”Crowning achievementWhen Pat Donahue Jr. was interning in the Kings analytics department in 2010, most pro sports team’s Twitter accounts weren’t even manned by a person. Over the next couple of years, RSS feeds gave way to basic public relations Twitter accounts.Change is a relative term in the ever-evolving social media realm, but what Donahue and the Kings did in 2012 qualifies as a seismic shift.Dwayne Haskins, who hired Donahue, pitched Kings brass on a Twitter account with a massive infusion of personality. At the time, humor, sarcasm, wit and trash talking were a revolutionary diversion from conventional wisdom.“We talked about ‘Let’s do this as ourselves’ and we started writing jokes,” said Donahue, the Kings director of digital media and production. “There’s very much a strategy behind it, but it was like, ‘This is us.’”Before the philosophy infiltrated sports, there was no reason to feature a tweet on Sportscenter. The Kings are largely credited with conceptualizing what has become the norm.The transition invited criticism as Donahue walked a fine line with an edgy approach native to the social space, but foreign to entities worth hundreds of millions of dollars. If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, the Kings have long since been justified.“I love what the Kings do. I think they’re the best at it and they spawned a million people that want to be them,” Lakers director of new media Ty Nowell said. “Half the teams out there are trying to do what they do, mostly unsuccessfully.”Market riskConsidering the 2012 Kings were in a market including a Lakers team fresh off five NBA championships in the last decade, a Dodgers franchise on its way to a record-high payroll, the most decorated team in MLS and another hockey team 30 miles away, the Kings front office was willing to agree to the unprecedented social media approach.Kings senior director of marketing Heather Bardocz said the organization is well aware of the difficulties a hockey team faces in the L.A. market and is proud of the handsome rewards paid by its courageous approach on social media.“If people attribute our personality on social to our team and it makes them want to be a part of it, come see it and watch on television and support us, it’s massive,” Bardocz said. “For us, our social is massively important.”Donahue is the first to say his work on Twitter wouldn’t have gained national recognition without the eighth-seeded Kings’ legendary run to the franchise’s first Stanley Cup in 2012. The quips, the jabs and the originality combined with the upset victories generated the perfect storm.“The Kings’ 2012 Cup run changed sports and social media,” Galaxy director of digital media and marketing Chris Thomas said. “A ton of credit goes to Pat for flipping social in the direction it’s going in sports. Having someone that close to us have that kind of success digitally allowed us to pitch our bosses our ideas that used to sound crazy.”Where to from here?The Galaxy, one of the first in MLS to adopt a snarky, humorous and sarcastic tone with its Twitter account, has continued its evolution to avoid boredom at all costs. Thomas said he draws the most inspiration from ClickHole, a satirical account launched by The Onion, making ClickHole essentially a parody of a parody, if you can wrap your mind around that.Harnessing the direction of the Galaxy social media approach is no simple task either.“We’re trying to turn our account almost weird,” Thomas said. “We want to be the friend on the couch telling the inside jokes and providing insight. We don’t take ourselves too seriously.”The Galaxy and the Kings, among others, have already cycled through the trend of trash talking other teams on social media and are on the tail end of the GIF craze.The Lakers, meanwhile, don’t make a practice of engaging in the banter with other team accounts.“It’s not our brand,” Lakers chief operating officer Tim Harris said. “In general we don’t have to shock and awe because we don’t have to wave our hands and say ‘Look at me.’”It’s safe to say the Lakers’ approach is working just fine. They have nearly 18 million more likes on Facebook, four million more Twitter followers and a million and a half more Instagram followers than the closest competitors in the Southern California sports market.‘Rally banana’It was a piece of fruit that put the Dodgers’ Mesa in the type of awkward position social media coordinators often find themselves.In the middle of a game during the 2015 season, utilityman Kike Hernandez emphatically approached Mesa just as the Dodgers ended a franchise-record 35-inning scoreless drought. He was holding, of all things, a banana.After Joc Pederson hit a game-winning home run later that May evening, Hernandez again implored Mesa that it was the ‘rally banana’ that deserved the credit.“The first time he came up to me I was like ‘OK,’” Mesa said in a skeptical tone. “And after the home run, I took the picture of him with the banana that ended up everywhere. I am basically the gatekeeper for Dodger Stadium. I make a lot of decisions about what goes out to the public and this illustrates how fine that line is between something people will like and something they’ll think is bizarre. A lot of it is putting it out there and seeing what sticks.”Over the next couple of months Hernandez’s ‘rally banana’ fame soared to such heights that both Chiquita Brands International and the Del Monte banana company contacted him. Social media was the primary vehicle for the craze.However abnormal, things like the ‘rally banana’ are gold for social media coordinators charged with keeping fans’ interest for 162 baseball games or 82 basketball games.Whether he’s live tweeting games or fulfilling requests from Dodgers’ ownership, co-owner Stan Kasten frequently visits Mesa’s desk, the social media coordinator works 60 to 80 hours a week generating content.The Dodgers are active on eight different social channels, from Snapchat to Pinterest. And savvy coordinators know they can’t just cut and paste for different mediums.“You have different demographics using different channels, so we know we’re marketing to younger people on our Snapchat,” Ducks social media producer A.J. Manderichio said. “We want to make sure you’re not seeing the same information on all our channels because it gets repetitive, but also some mediums are better for different things. You maybe want to be a little more interactive on Twitter, more long form on Facebook and you, of course, want that great photo for Instagram.”Social networkingBy definition of their job description, social media coordinators blur the line between team employees and media members. They are afforded more access than the media in most circumstances, but coaches, players and management aren’t exactly handing out all-access passes for the betterment of their team Facebook page.Most social coordinators are on their own to create the most meaningful inroads; good old-fashioned relationships with the faces of the franchise.“I think I’ve earned a lot of the guys’ trust by now,” Rams digital media manager Nate Bain said. “I’ve made guys mad before by posting stuff that they didn’t like, but now I run stuff by them a lot of times. As I get to know more guys, they understand more about what I’m trying to do and they give me more latitude with what we do together.”Their paychecks come from the same place, but there are plenty of degrees of separation between athletes and social media coordinators.Social media obligations aren’t typically part of a player’s contract. Yet. Cooperation, much less collaboration, is about finding a mutual interest.“You’d be surprised how little you have in common with 20-year-old millionaires,” Nowell said. “I suck at basketball and I don’t have a lot of money, but I’m cool with the Lakers players because we all work together. As social media’s come along and our team’s gotten much younger, they get it. They want stuff for their Instagram pages. They’ll help us out because we help them out. And they know our team account can get them a lot of publicity.”The perfect marriageCorporations of all types market their products on social media, but most don’t have the built-in advantages of sports.While more TV shows shift to live formats for social media purposes, the number of live events in sports is unmatched in any industry.The passion inherent to sports is near impossible to manufacture in other branches of the corporate world. But perhaps the most compelling reason sports and social media are such a perfect match is that they’re both, well, social.“Sports is inherently a social activity, whether it’s in the stadium with your friends or at home or at a bar,” Kioski said. “It’s something that people tend to consume with other people. And obviously social media is about the same thing. So it’s just multiple overlaps with how social media was designed to work and how sports has always worked.”Sports and social media even utilize the same terms. Facebook calls them fans. So do the Dodgers.The built-in advantages of their industry aren’t lost on social media coordinators. There are plenty of things harder to sell than sports.“Coming up with new content and new ways to present it and trying not to lose people’s interest over the course of a long season is hard,” Donahue said, “But there’s nothing like sports. I’m just glad I’m not pushing cheese.” A combined 50 million people follow the eight existing professional sports franchises in Southern California on social media. And that’s just on three channels: Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.Those running the team accounts, well, their jobs didn’t exist five years ago. In a city with a half-century of rich sports tradition, the social media branches of the biggest games in town are just now emerging from infancy.The Lakers registered their social accounts less than seven years ago. With a following now approaching 30 million, you won’t find a freewheeling intern at the keyboard.The Lakers have six full-time employees who contribute to the team’s social media efforts, the strategy for which is formulated by a hierarchy with rungs in the marketing department and business operations all the way up to Lakers president and governor Jeanie Buss.Social media doesn’t fly below even Rams owner Stan Kroenke’s radar. The eighth richest sports franchise owner in the world occasionally sends “associates” to review the same social media calendar Jeff Fisher and company discuss during a designated 30-second segment of Rams’ coaches meetings.center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

URGENT ORANGE WEATHER WARNING AS THICK FOG HITS DONEGAL

first_imgMET Eireann has issued an urgent Orange Alert weather warning for thick fog across County Donegal this evening and overnight.Gardai have warned motorists to slow down with traffic officers already stopped vehicles in the Letterkenny area for speeding through the fog.There will also be icy stretches on many roads, particularly inland and in hilly areas, said Met Eireann. It upgraded a previous Yellow Alert to Orange status a short time ago.The alert remains in place until 9am tomorrow.A Garda spokesman said: “Despite very thick fog in many parts of Donegal over the past few hours, some motorists have continued to drive with undue care and attention.“Patrols are out this evening to ensure the safety of all motorists. Drivers need to slow down, used dipped headlights and rear fog lights in conditions like this.”  URGENT ORANGE WEATHER WARNING AS THICK FOG HITS DONEGAL was last modified: November 27th, 2014 by John2Share 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:DOGfogGardaiweather warninglast_img read more

New Key Appointments

first_imgIn addition to the appointment of Jamie O’Connor to the role of Chief Operating Officer, TFA is pleased to be able to confirm key appointments to the Commercial Team, which will be based out of Rugby League Central in Sydney.Michael O’Grady – Head of CommercialMichael comes to TFA with over 10 years’ experience in the sporting sector, most recently as Manager of Corporate Partnerships and Sales at the Melbourne Rebels Rugby Union Club. He has a demonstrated history of successfully delivering commercial outcomes for sporting organisations particularly through B2B sales processes.As Head of Commercial, Michael will grow the commercial capacity of the organisation nationally with a focus on the acquisition of new partnerships, marketing and sales. He will be tasked with identifying new inventory and opportunities while looking to improve the commercial operations of TFA.Michael will start with TFA on Monday 27th November.Alice Ellis – Marketing & Communications ManagerAlice brings with her a wealth of knowledge built from over 10 years working in the industry. Most notably is her tenures at Women’s Health (WH) Magazine, with her latest posting being Deputy Editor.Alice is a strong advocate for women’s sport and has been the driving force behind WH’s Women in Sport campaign, building relationships with national sports women and teams such as Katie Brennan (AFLW), The Matilda’s, and Women’s Aussie Sevens.Alice will start with us on Monday 4th December.Stacey Speer – Digital Content ProducerCurrently working with Gridiron NSW in the marketing and media portfolio, Stacey is a passionate story teller with a knack for uncovering and capturing those behind the scenes emotional moments that are rarely seen.Stacey will work with us to produce unique and compelling content to capture our audience. Her work will see her travel across the country, attending events, catching up with affiliates and working with our elite athletes.Stacey will start with us on Tuesday 5th December.For more information on the above, click here.last_img read more

Gattuso warns of match against Roma

first_imgFor the AC Milan manager, the Giallorossi is a very strong opponent, which has very quick players in the Italian Lega Serie AGennaro Gattuso is not comfortable after his AC Milan club lost their opening match of the 2018-2019 Italian Lega Serie A season.The Italian manager is looking for his first win, and in front, they have a strong Roma opponent.“We’re preparing for a match against an opponent with very different characteristics,” Gattuso warned as quoted by Football Italia.“We have to pay attention to Dzeko. They have quick players, they’re good on the break, and they’ve got tall players so we need to be very careful on dead balls and pay close attention.”Rick Karsdorp, Roma, Serie AKarsdorp reveals he had too much stress at Roma Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 The Dutch defender has been with the Gialorrossi since 2017, but he has not enjoyed his time in the Italian Lega Serie A.“In terms of mentality very little will change, we always have to go into a game with balance and not feel like it’s a scrap,” he said.“Against Napoli saw the real Milan for 60 minutes. When we keep the ball, when we make our opponents think, it’s hard to play against us.”“We ran more than Napoli, the problem is how you run. That’s why I say we have to play on 25-30 meters, when we go chasing it and just swing crosses in that’s where our problems come from,” he explained.“If the goal for 2-2 didn’t deflect of [Giacomo] Bonaventura he’d have saved it. Two out of three times that ball would go out, the other it’ll go where it did.”“We can’t single one person out for blame, on the third goal everyone fell asleep. There was an individual error, but I’m happy with Donnarumma,” he added.last_img read more

Craig Cathcart on Watfords comeback victory

first_imgWatford defender Craig Cathcart reflects on their 2-1 away win at Crystal Palace after he scored on both ends of the pitch on Saturday.Cathcart was unfortunate to be on the end of Abdoulaye Doucouré’s attempted clearance which ricocheted off him and went into the net.The Northern Irishman equaled the most own goals scored in the Premier League this season, on par with Wesley Hoedt of Southampton.He went from zero to hero in the 67th minute when he nodded in the equalizer from a corner kick sent in by Jose Holebas.Tom Cleverley then came off the bench and scored in the 74th minute to give the visitors a 2-1 victory at Selhurst Park.Joel Ward, Crystal PalaceHow Joe Ward thanks his faith for his football Manuel R. Medina – September 13, 2019 Crystal Palace defender, Joel Ward, has thanked his Christian faith for helping him play football professionally and he explains why.“It was my first brace! So I’m happy with that…” Cathcart jokingly told the club’s website.“Obviously, it’s nice after scoring an O.G. to get the equalizing goal. Then we had the momentum going forward.“The second goal from Tom was a great finish, and we pretty much controlled the game after that.”last_img read more

PenAir Looks At Expanding Flights In Homer

first_imgFacebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Peninsula Airways, also known as PenAir, is looking at leasing space at the Homer Airport. PenAir filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, in August 2017, allowing them to restructure their business model and continue operating. On May 4, Peninsula Airways, Inc. applied for the sublease at the rate of $38,125 annually to be paid in equal monthly installments of $3,177 per month. The lease includes space for a ticket office and baggage area for the airline. The Homer City Council approved a resolution at their meeting on Tuesday, May 29, approving a 26-month sublease at the Homer Airport. PenAir intends to offer flights on its Saab 340 aircraft between Homer and Anchorage starting in September if a final lease agreement is reached. PenAir plans to release a decision mid-June on whether the company can commit to the lease agreement with the City of Homer.last_img read more

The Race For The Rest Of Us Benefits American Cancer Society

center_img A $20 donation per individual is requested for registration or a $50 donation for a family registration (2 adults, 2 children, $5 each additional child). Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Brewery to Bathroom .5k (no that decimal isn’t a typo) “The Race for the Rest of Us” is a fundraiser for The American Cancer Society, Relay for Life of the Kenai Peninsula.last_img

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