1 p.m.: Triple jump – men 2 p.m: 3000m steeplechase – women 3:30 p.m: Long jump – women 4 p.m: 400m hurdles – women 4:15 p.m: 400m hurdles – men 5:15 p.m: 800m – women 5:20 p.m: 800m – men 6:30 p.m: 100m – women 6:35 p.m: 100m – men The University of Technology (UTech), the defending male and female champions, will be hoping for more success when the two-day NCB Intercollegiate Track and Field Championships begins today at the National Stadium. Start time is 1 p.m. The meet is being sponsored for the second year by National Commercial Bank (NCB). At Wednesday’s launch, NCB announced $3 million in sponsorship for the meet. Associate sponsors are Lucozade and new sponsors Island Grill. Global apparel maker Nike will be a clothing sponsor. Belinda Williams, NCB’s group corporate communications manager, said at Wednesday’s launch: “Sports is something I am passionate about. Our intention is to make it better every time.” She added: “We are cognisant of the ever-increasing importance of sports in defining the heart and soul of Jamaica. This is why we did not hesitate when asked to come on board with sponsorship assistance.” The meet director is MVP president Bruce James, who described it as a “good transition for athletes from the ISSA-GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Championships.” UTech should be strongly challenged by former champions GC Foster College in both categories, while the likes of the University of West Indies and a new-look Mico University College team should make the championships intense and exciting. Fourteen finals – eight on the track and six in the field – will be contested on today’s opening day. Several former high school stars will be competing in their first intercollegiate championships. These include World Junior 400 m hurdles champion Jaheel Hyde, who is expected to compete in his pet event along with Michael O’Hara in the 100m and Martin Manley in the 400m. All three are teammates at the University of the West Indies. Dawnalee Loney and Tiffany James will compete for Mico University in the 400m. James is fresh off her 400m bronze at the Carifta Games in Grenada last weekend. Entrance fees are $200 for students with IDs on today’s first day and $500 without. Tomorrow, it will be $400 with IDs and $1,000 without. Selected finals
By Energeticcity.ca StaffThe Fort St. John RCMP are asking for the public to avoid travel on the Alaska Highway north of Mile 73.The RCMP say there is extremely poor visibility in the area due to blowing snow. The Police are asking people not to travel unless absolutely necessary. If you do have to travel, slow down and leave more space in between you and the vehicle in front.- Advertisement -We will provide further updates as they become available. For more on the rest of the Peace Region, click here
Local golfer Kirby Dreher will not be moving on to round two of the CN Canadian Women’s Open.On Friday, Dreher finished her second and unfortunately final round at the LPGA event, being played at the Hillsdale Golf and Country Club in Mirabel, Quebec.- Advertisement -On Friday, Dreher shot a one-under 74, bringing her two day total to 147, for a 120th place finish. She began the second day of the tournament tied for 89th.As part of the tournament format, only the top 70 plus ties proceed to the finals two days, being played on Saturday and Sunday.For a full list of results, visit the tournament’s official website.
A man and woman are in custody and facing a number of drug trafficking and weapons charges after Fort St. John RCMP served up a search warrant at a rural home near Taylor last week.Officers arrested Joshua Ivan Toth and Alexis Dawn Chin in the evening hours of June 30, after receiving complaints of gun shots from a rural property near the district earlier in the day.In a release, police say Toth was known to police for associations to illegal activity and applied for the warrant on his home.- Advertisement -At the home, police found three ounces of prepackaged cocaine, along with more than 1,000 Fentanyl pills, along with some marijuana. They also found more than $48,000 in cash, along with an improperly stored shotgun and various types of ammunition.According to police, Chin, 33, was at the home at the time and ran away from into the woods, but was quickly caught.Toth, also 33, arrived at the home while officers were on scene and was arrested.Advertisement Toth and Chin are facing charges of possessing cocaine and Fentanyl with the purpose of trafficking, along with charges of possession of a controlled substance and unauthorized possession and careless storage of a firearm.Chin was also known to police and both remain in custody.Toth will appear in court July 6. Chin will appear in court July 10.
Uhuru, who paid a visit to Kadenge on January 8, 2017 at his South B home to fulfill the legend’s wish, eulogized him as a true patriotic.“It is with profound sadness that I have learnt of the demise of Mzee Joe Kadenge. His death is a loss to the sporting fraternity and our nation. Joe exemplified talent, dedication and patriotism. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family at this time,” President Kenyatta mourned.“It is with profound sadness that I have learnt of the demise of Mzee Joe Kadenge. His death is a loss to the sporting fraternity and our nation. Joe exemplified talent, dedication and patriotism. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family at this time.” ~ H.E. Uhuru Kenyatta— State House Kenya (@StateHouseKenya) July 7, 2019Kadenge, who said he has met and talked to all three previous Kenyan Presidents expressed his desire to meet the sitting President before he bids the world goodbye and his wish on a cool Sunday evening came to pass.The President did not come empty handed as the ailing Kadenge then was gifted with a comprehensive insurance cover that would see him get treatment in any health institution in the country as well as Sh2mn cash.Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga who also paid Kadenge a visit while he was at hospital, said Kenya has lost a great talent to have ever graced the Kenyan pitch.“We have today lost one of the greatest talents to ever grace a football pitch in our national uniform. Joe Kadenge was a true ambassador for the country and Kenyan soccer. May he rest in eternal bliss. May his spirit inspire more young people to pursue the game,” Odinga mourned.We have today lost one of the greatest talents to ever grace a football pitch in our national uniform. Joe Kadenge was a true ambassador for the country and Kenyan soccer. May he rest in eternal bliss. May his spirit inspire more young people to pursue the game. pic.twitter.com/5CNT2m7mf5— Raila Odinga (@RailaOdinga) July 7, 2019My thoughts and prayers are with his family and the soccer fraternity for whom he was a figure to emulate.— Raila Odinga (@RailaOdinga) July 7, 2019Football Kenya Federation boss Nick Mwendwa also sent his condolences to Kadenge’s family;“I am saddened by the passing on of Kenyan football legend Joe Kadenge. His contribution and dedication to the game will forever be remembered and cherished both within and across our borders,” Mwendwa said.“On my own behalf and that of the entire Kenya football fraternity, I wish to send my heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Kadenge. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at these trying times, may you find solace in the memories,” he added.Fare thee well Joe. You contributed through football and showed the way. Till we meet again.— Nick Mwendwa (@Nmwendwa) July 7, 2019Kadenge suffered stroke on February 14, which was attributed to the death of his daughter Evelyn in the United States that made him admitted in hospital for two months before being discharged April 8The former Harambee Stars striker famed by the ‘Kadenge na Mpira shuti goal’ phrase, has been described as the finest footballer ever produced by Kenya.Kadenge played for Maragoli United, and scored the fastest ever goal in the Kenyan Premier League, and has also played club football for Abaluhya United, winning the Kenyan Premier League in 1966.Kadenge also represented the national team Harambee Stars for 14 years, despite retiring from the game in 1965, only to make a comeback with a bang and steered the national team Harambee Stars to victory in the inaugural East and Central Africa Challenge Cup the same year.He quit the national team for good in 1970 preferring to go into coaching where he was later appointed coach of the national team where he has also been serving as the manager.Kadenge boasts a sporting family where his younger brother John Anzra, a former athlete is now coaching the Kenyan sprinters team and his sister Esther Kavaya is a former sprints queen.His sons Evans, Francis and Oscar have stood out to emulate their father, having played for AFC Leopards.A legend has restedWe are sad to announce that our legend Joe Kadenge has passed onOur heartfelt condolences to his family and friends . May the peace of God comfort you at this trying momentRest In Peace Joe Kadenge pic.twitter.com/F3PrMrWq5h— AFC Leopards SC (@AFCLeopards) July 7, 2019We would like to send our condolences to the Kadenge family following the demise of Mzee Joe Kadenge, a true hero and legend of Kenyan football. pic.twitter.com/Uf3lolZmuC— Mathare United FC (@MathareUtd) July 7, 2019Joe Kadenge was one of my favourite footballers ever…He was a true GOAT🐐.He was emulated by the whole soccer fraternity..For real,we have lost such a legend in Kenya..#RIPKadenge pic.twitter.com/2NVSVty2qx— Magmatic Magnate (@MagmaticMagnate) July 7, 2019Even in old age Joe Kadenge had the strength of an 18 year old. #RIPKadenge pic.twitter.com/y1dMQvmejf— MWAMUDZ 🐦🌴 (@MwamudzHK) July 7, 2019 0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000President Uhuru Kenyatta when he met football legend Joe Kadenge at his South B home on January 8, 2016. PHOTO/CourtesyNAIROBI, Kenya Jul 7 – President Uhuru Kenyatta is among many Kenyans who poured their condolences to mourn the death of Kenyan football legend Joe Kadenge who passed on Sunday morning at 84.Kadenge’s family said he died at the Meridian Hospital in Nairobi on Sunday, after a long illness with diabetes, having suffered a stroke in February.
ENTERTAINMENT: We’ve got another incredible line-up at The Brewery this weekend, with the amazing Pat Gallagher playing live on Saturday night. Gallagher, the lead singer in the world famous band ‘The Goats Don’t Shave’ also performs as a solo artist, and always puts on a sensational gig. Before that, The Brewery is going Traditional, and a host of talented artists will perform Traditional Irish music tonight!On Friday, the lively Snapshot will get the place rocking as the weekend swings into action.Then on Saturday, as we mentioned above, Pat Gallagher will have the place rocking from 11pm, but before that DJ Oisin will liven things up from 9.30pm.Then on Sunday night, it’s everybody’s favourite, it’s Karaoke Sunday’s! They keep getting bigger and bigger with every passing week, and some notable artists have been unearthed, none more so than Letterkenny Rovers player Paul ‘The Yank’ Boyle, will he be singing on Sunday?Then on Monday, we have our COUNTRY MONDAY’S – with Martin Orr and The Honky Tonk Heroes.As always, you can get delicious food served daily right up until 10pm, and ALL cocktails are just €5!The Brewery Bar is the place to be this weekend!ENTERTAINMENT: SNAPSHOT, PAT GALLAGHER AND KARAOKE SUNDAY’S AT THE BREWERY BAR was last modified: May 12th, 2016 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:EntertainmentFeaturesheroesHonky TonknewsPat GallagherThe Brewery
Naomh MhuireRegistration night for Senior, Ladies, Underage and anybody wanting to become a club member will be held on Thursday 7th March from 8:00pm to 9:30pm in the club house. Registration is required to be eligible for tickets later in the year. 30 euro for adults and 15 for kids. It is important that all players are registered for insurance purposes for the year ahead.Under 6 and under 8 training moves outdoors to the banks this Saturday. Training will be from 10am -11am. It is important that parents make sure their kids wear plenty of clothes and are on time as sessions will start promptly at 10am. The under 10s will continue training in the RCS gym from 12pm – 1pm on Saturday. This is their last week indoors. Under 12s begin training outdoors at the banks every Wednesday evening from 7pm – 8.30pm. The under 15 boys will play Dungloe in the Gaeltacht this Friday evening in the banks with throw-in at 5pm. The under 14s are due to begin their league with an away match to St.Nauls this Sunday. Training is every Monday evening from 7pm – 8pm and Friday evenings. The minors began their league with a 2 point win over Dungloe. This Sunday they play away to St.Johns in Killybegs. The fixtures for all club under-age games for 2013 have been announced and are available on the club website. The Seniors had their first competitive game of season in the Senior Gaeltacht against St. Michaels and ended with a three point defeat. Both teams were rusty but good showing for the first day out. The Reserves are out at 4.30pm on Saturday away to Cloughaneely.We will be hosting a First-Aid match day scenario course in the clubhouse on the 6th of April,this course will be confined to 12 teams coaches and at a later date we will run another course for club members who would like to do one.Peil na mBan; Week 5 of the girls Dev. Camp Tues 5-6pm in the gym RCS. The girls are putting in a great effort and improving their skill levels. Girls please have the guess the score card in this week for the DGL V Kerry game. u14-16 and minor girls training is Thursday 7pm in the Banks. Big effort to make training as u16 competition starts at the end on April. The club will be selling St’Patricks day Ribbons again this year in conjunction with The Carers Association Donegal. While the club will make a few €s towards paying affiliation fee for the year, half of what’s collected will go toward The Carers association, who do great work in Donegal and locally.So Supporters if you see the girls selling St’Patricks Day Ribbons, please support our worty cause!Still some in Stock! Get one before the season starts! We now have O’Neill 22″ Kit Bags for Sale. Priced @ €28. TEXT O863189331 To order. Leave your name and someone will contact you. The Bord na nOg are holding a 5k run/walk on good Friday. More details will follow in the coming weeks. Jive Alive has been launched and confirmed for the Aislann on March 12th/13th. Ticket details to follow. Comhghairdeas dó Bridanna agus foireann trá na geist a bhi ag Scór Sinsear don chlub i Gleann fhinne.Lotto details for week 27th February. Jackpot 1580 euro. No jackpot winner. There was six match 3 winner: Eamonn Hanlon – Coilcheim, Maureen Sharkey – Beal na cruite, Jamie Doherty – An Bhraid,Shauna Ferry – Cúl a chroic, Padraig McCafferty – Loch an Iuir agus Breid McGuinness – Bothar an Ghleann. No.s drawn 5-7-8-21. Next weeks Jackpot €1640.February 100 Club: €400; Joe Sharkey – Anagaire. €200; Lorraine Boyle – Beal na criute. €100each; Danny O’Donnell – Rann na feirste, Daithi MacRobaird – Gaoth Dobhair. €50each; Seamus Roarty – Meandoirenaslua, Finbar McBride – Meandoirenaslua, Seamus Grant – Rann na feirste, Joe Sweeney – Culacrick, Billy Mooney – Anagaire Cope, Hughie Hanlon – Coilcheim. Last monthly draw for this cycle will take place on 27th of March and a new run will start in April with new members welcome and remember we give out €1000 in prize money each month! Check out details on www.naomhmuire.ie. GAELIC GAMES: NAOMH MUIRE GAA CLUB NEWS was last modified: March 5th, 2013 by BrendaShare 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:GAELIC GAMES: NAOMH MHUIRE GAA CLUB NEWS
Patrick McBrearty is congratulated by Colm McFadden after finding the net this evening against Galway.Donegal eventually found the higher gears to brush aside Galway at Croke Park this afternoon in this 4B qualifier.Despite a blistering start which included a fine goal from Patrick McBrearty, Rory Gallagher’s side struggled to pull away from the Tribesmen in the opening period.The sides went in level at the break on a scoreline of 1-4 to 0-7. But Michael Murphy showed tremendous leadership to lead his charges into a decent second half display with some tremendous scores from man-of-the-match Odhran Mac Niallais to win on a scoreline of 3-12 to 0-11.McBrearty got Donegal’s first-half goal while Ryan McHugh and Christy Toye also netted to claim their third championship win in a row over Galway.Danny Cummins put Galway ahead inside the opening minute but man of the match Odhran Mac Niallais tied the game up.Colm McFadden kicked a point before he set up McBrearty, who blasted to the back of the Galway net in the seventh minute. The Tribesmen hit back with points from Gary Sice and Tom Flynn.McFadden and McBrearty got the scores as Donegal took a 1-04 to 0-03 lead after 16 minutes but Donegal didn’t score for the remainder of the half while Galway tied the game up.Galway frustrated the beaten Ulster finalists and cut off the supply lines from midfield.Captain Paul Conroy won a huge amount of possession for Galway from the kick-outs and they kicked four points without reply.Gary Sice slotted his second free in the 24th minute after Damien Comer’s persistence and further efforts from Adrian Varley, Sice and Conroy for Galway just before the break. The arrival of Martin McElhinney was a huge turning point for Donegal as he took control in the middle of the park with Glenswilly’s Murphy pushing forward.McFadden and Mac Niallais added points to make it 1-9 to 0-9 and any notions of a Galway revival ended ten minutes from time when a superb flowing movement resulted in their second goal.McFadden, Mac Niallais and Murphy were all involved, with Murphy tapping the ball down superbly for the inrushing Ryan McHugh and he finished calmly to the back of the net.Damien Comer and Leo McLoone swapped points and Shane Walsh and Murphy did likewise, but Donegal finished in style when Christy Toye got their third goal in the closing minutes as they marched into the quarter-finals. Donegal now face a quarter-final encounter with Connacht champions Mayo at Croke Park next Saturday.Rory Gallagher’s men will go into a game on a high but they will ned every ounce of confidence if they are to overcome the O’Shea brothers and Mayo.The experience of playing at Croke Park a week earlier and big displays from the likes of Murphy, McBreaty, Gallagher and the McHughs could land Donegal in a semi-final spot.Donegal: P Durcan; N McGee, E McGee, P McGrath; R McHugh (1-00), F McGlynn, E Doherty; N Gallagher, M Murphy (0-03, 0-02f); M McHugh, O Mac Niallais (0-03), H McFadden; P McBrearty (1-01), M O’Reilly, C McFadden (0-04, 0-01f).Subs: M McElhinney for O’Reilly (ht), A Thompson for E McGee (ht), Declan Walsh for McGrath (52), L McLoone (0-01) for McBrearty (54), C Toye (1-00) for H McFadden (68), David Walsh for C McFadden (71).Galway: B O’Donoghue; J Duane, F Hanley, C Sweeney; G Bradshaw, G O’Donnell, L Silke; F Ó Curraoin, T Flynn (0-01); G Sice (0-04, 0-04f), P Conroy (0-01), M Lundy; D Cummins (0-01), A Varley (0-02), D Comer (0-01, 0-01f).Subs: S Walsh (0-01) for A Varley (57), P Sweeney for Conroy (57), P Og O Griofa for Cummins (63), S Denvir for Lundy (67), M Martin for Flynn (69), E Tierney for Sice (69).Referee: Eddie Kinsella (Laois).DONEGAL EVENTUALLY FIND THE HIGHER GEARS TO OVERCOME GALWAY was last modified: August 1st, 2015 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:Croke ParkdonegalGalway
smart causal Bielsa’s side have made an excellent start silverware What time is kick-off?This Championship clash is the Friday night offering on August 31.Kick-off in West Yorkshire is at 7.45pm.Last season both sides won their meetings on home soil, with Leeds taking three points after a 2-1 win here in November.How can I listen on talkSPORT?Tune into talkSPORT 2 from 7.30pm for live coverage of this top-of-the-table clash.You can listen using your DAB radio, or use our live player to stream through a web browser. FOOTBALL LATEST Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack Best clips, calls and talkSPORT moments of 2019, feat Hearn, McCoist and more England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won possible standings How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade MONEY highlights Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade impact 1 Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds look to continue their brilliant start to the season with a top-of-the-table clash against Middlesbrough at Elland Road.Both sides go into the clash locked on 13 points – neither tasting defeat in the 2018/19 Championship season so far. What is the team news?Leeds centre-back Liam Cooper returns to partner Gaetano Berardi in defence, while on loan Manchester City star Jack Harrison starts in place of injured Pablo Hernandez.The visitors have handed a place in the starting line-up to Muhamed Besic while wantaway forward Martin Braithwaite drops to the bench.Leeds: Peacock-Farrell, Ayling, Douglas, Cooper, Berardi, Phillips, Klich, Alioski, Harrison, Saiz, RoofeSubs: Blackman, Jansson, Pearce, Dallas, Baker, Roberts, BamfordMiddlesbrough: Randolph, Shotton, Flint, Fry, Ayala, Friend, Clayton, Howson, Besic, Downing, AssombalongaSubs: Dimi, McQueen, McNair, Leadbitter, Wing, Braithwaite, Hugill
Game time is 7. Bellflower brings a 3-1 record that includes last week’s impressive 58-13 offensive display against Cerritos. And while quarterback Reggie Williams has been sharp, completing 27 of 56 passes for 362 yards and seven touchdowns, with just one interception, it is the ground game that has stolen most of the spotlight. The running game, which has taken a back seat but has served to complement the aerial display, is led by Eddie Martinez with 122 yards and a touchdown on 41 carries. Blood has the Matadores’ longest run of the season, a 25-yarder. Linebackers Chris Dunn, with 32 tackles, Zach Coelho (29), Tyler Halstead (25) and Brandon Stein (22) have anchored the defense. Stein has a sack and two interceptions, back Brett Gauthier has two interceptions and a fumble recovery, and Coelho has two fumble recoveries. — Roger Murray can be reached at (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3046, 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 Five ball carriers are averaging nearly nine yards or more per carry. Jeremy Avery leads the way with 88 trips for 775 yards and 10 touchdowns. He’s followed by Jacob Randolph (7-100-14.3ypc-1TD), Jonathan Breaux (9-90-10.0ypc), Roderick Smith (7-62-8.7ypc-1) and Williams (6-56-9.33-1). As a team, the Buccaneers have rushed for 1,144 yards and 14 touchdowns and are averaging 9.46 yards per carry. La Mirada will counter with QBs Tony Minero and Trever Blood, who have combined for 56 completions in 105 passes for 741 yards and eight touchdowns. They been intercepted three times. In last week’s league opening 50-14 victory over Norwalk, Minero started the game and was 5 for 8 for 86 yards and a touchdown. Blood, who played the middle quarters, was 6 of 8 for 142 yards and three scores. Neither threw an interception. One of the early-season surprises in the Suburban League has been the evolvement of Bellflower’s run-oriented attack that has set them in good position to challenge perennial Suburban League contenders Mayfair and La Mirada. The Buccaneers travel to face the first of those challenges tonight, meeting La Mirada’s two-quarterback attack in Week 2 of league play.