Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Here’s a look at some of the highlights and lowlights of this year’s combine:BARKLEY BLOWS IT UP : Penn State running back Saquon Barkley exceeded lofty expectations in Indianapolis. His 29 reps on the bench press bested Luke Kuechly’s 27. His 4.4 time in the 40-yard dash was better than Ezekiel Elliott’s 4.47 and his 41-inch vertical jump was higher than Odell Beckham Jr.’s 38½.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk“Oh no, I’m not surprised,” said Nittany Lions linebacker Jason Cabinda, saying he’s seen that kind of dogged determination every day out of Barkley, who could go anywhere in the top five picks depending on the run on quarterbacks.“I’m competitive,” Barkley said, “but I don’t care if I’m drafted 1, 5 or 72 or the last pick, I’m going to come in with my head low ready to work.” GREAT GRIFFIN : Shaquem Griffin did 20 reps on the bench press with a prosthetic left hand in what was by far the best feel-good story of the combine.“My goal was six,” acknowledged Griffin, who almost doubled his previous high of 11 reps and surpassed the 17 his twin brother, Shaquille, managed at last year’s combine before the Seattle Seahawks selected the speedy cornerback in the third round.Griffin is expected to be a mid-rounder like his brother.“This is a legitimate football player,” NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock said. “He’s an energy giver.”One who, conversely, fed off the hoots and hollers during his bench press.ADVERTISEMENT BAD, BAD ORLANDO BROWN JR. : The only thing that went well for Oklahoma’s massive tackle Orlando Brown Jr. was the vote of confidence from his Heisman Trophy-winning teammate.“When are you ever going to watch Orlando Brown run 40 yards down the field?” quarterback Baker Mayfield asked. “You can watch last year’s tape and see he allowed zero sacks. I’d say that’s pretty important for a left tackle.”It sure is.But measures matter, too, and Brown’s wretched week will surely cause him to slide down draft boards: He managed just 14 reps on the bench press, lumbered though the 40-yard dash in 5.85 seconds and put up historically poor numbers in the broad and vertical jumps.THIN AT TACKLE : Notre Dame’s Mike McGlinchey is projected as a late first-rounder, but if he falls to the second round, this year’s NFL draft would be the first one in more than a half century without an offensive tackle taken in the first round.The last time that happened was in 1965, and there were only 11 first-round picks that year. The last time a tackle wasn’t selected in the top 32 picks was in 1960, when Len Rohde of Utah State went to the San Francisco 49ers with the 38th overall selection in the fifth round.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours View comments It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Central Florida linebacker Shaq Griffin runs the 40-yard dash during the NFL football scouting combine, Sunday, March 4, 2018, in Indianapolis. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)INDIANAPOLIS — All that’s left of the 2018 NFL scouting combine is for the deepest class of defensive backs ever to attend the annual assembly of college prospects to wrap up their testing and timing Monday at Lucas Oil Stadium.Then, they’ll join the other hopefuls in returning home to prepare for their pro days, team visits and the NFL draft in Arlington, Texas, next month.ADVERTISEMENT Sea turtle trapped in net freed in Legazpi City UK plans Brexit celebrations but warns businesses may suffer Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano “Everybody in the stands was hyping me up. I got the guys I’m here with hyping me up. It felt amazing,” Griffin said.JACK OF ONE TRADE : Louisville QB Lamar Jackson showed off a strong arm and excellent footwork but also some inconsistency while throwing to receivers Saturday. What he didn’t do was run routes.Many wonder if the 2016 Heisman Trophy winner might be best suited as an NFL receiver, but he insists he’s “strictly a quarterback.”Mayock called Jackson the best and most fascinating athlete in this year’s draft, noting that while his passing game needs plenty of polish, he’s going to have an immediate impact running the football.“He’s Michael Vick,” Mayock said. “He has as good a pair of legs as anybody in the history of the game. And he’s going to win games with his legs.”DARNOLD’S DODGE : USC quarterback Sam Darnold refused to throw at the combine, preferring to show off his arm at his upcoming pro day with receivers he’s used to playing with.“I was a little disappointed Darnold didn’t throw,” Mayock said. “You get a chance to show off a little bit here. This is all about competition. I wonder in his heart of hearts if he missed competing (Saturday). Because the other guys went out and ripped it pretty good.“I thought Josh Allen put on a show.”HURST GOES HOME : Michigan defensive lineman Maurice Hurst Jr., a possible first-rounder, was kept out of drills at the combine after doctors reportedly red-flagged a heart condition. Hurst told Utah defensive lineman Lowell Lotulelei that he had been diagnosed with the same heart condition as Lotulelei’s older brother, Star.Hurst, a 6-foot-2, 280-pound defensive tackle, had 59 tackles and 5½ sacks last season. He also had 13 tackles for loss and has been considered one component of a deep class of defensive tackles in this year’s draft. 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A miner appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts on Monday to answer to a narcotic trafficking charge.Marlon KingTwenty-six-year-old Marlon King of Lot 608 Ninth Street, Cummings Lodge, East Coast Demerara, pleaded not guilty to the charge when it was read to him by Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan.The charge stated that on June 14, 2019 at Linden-Soesdyke Highway, East Bank Demerara, he had 8.3 grams of cannabis in his possession for the purpose of trafficking.Prosecutor Gordon Mansfield did not object to bail; however, he disclosed to the court that the prosecution file was complete.Chief Magistrate McLennan granted the defendant bail in the sum of $70,000, and his next court appearance was scheduled for June 26, 2019 at the Linden Magistrates’ Courts.
GECOM chairmanship… as PM says list not limited to Judges onlyPrime Minister Moses Nagamootoo has pronounced that the list of nominees for a new Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) submitted by the Opposition Leader for the Head of State’s consideration can be a mixture of qualified persons from various fields, and is not limited to Judges.Ramesh DookhooThis, however, contradicts President David Granger’s reasoning when he rejected Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo’s list of mixed nominees.Nagamootoo, who is a notable attorney, argued that the list of nominees must have at least one person who meets the constitutional requirement of being “a person who holds or who has held office as a judge of a court having unlimited jurisdiction in civil and criminal matters in some part of the Commonwealth or a court having jurisdiction in appeals from any such court or who is qualified to be appointed as any such judge.”Rhyaan Shah“You have to get a mixture. You can have somebody who is a judge or some other proper persons, not necessarily someone who is qualified to be a judge,” the Prime Minister told media operatives during an interview following an event at Parliament Building on Friday.According to Nagamootoo, though the Constitution provides for “other fit and proper persons”, the Opposition Leader could not ignore completely the requirement for a ‘judge-type’ candidate.“When it says four times in one article of the Constitution that you must have a judge or someone who has been a judge or qualified to be a judge, then if you follow the Constitution faithfully, then you include a judge,” he asserted.Professor James RoseJagdeo nominated Attorney and Chartered Accountant Christopher Ram; Executive Member of the Private Sector Commission (PSC), Ramesh Dookhoo; former PSC Chairman and Army Chief Norman Mc Lean; writer Rhyaan Shah; Professor James Rose; and human rights and conflict resolution consultant Lawrence Latchmansingh.But President Granger declared that the entire list was “unacceptable” because none of the candidates met the constitutional requirement of being a judge or being eligible to be a judge.From all indications, Granger wants all six persons to meet that constitutional requirement of being in possession of such legal qualifications.Lawrence LatchmansinghEven Jagdeo appears unsure of what exactly the President is looking for in his list of nominees; hence, his request for a meeting with the Head of State to clarify the inconsistencies.But using Nagamootoo’s logic, if at least one person must be a ‘judge-type’ in order to render the list valid, then it would appear likely that the President would appoint that one ‘judge-type’ person as the new GECOM Chairman, since the other “fit and proper” persons would be considered “unacceptable” as they were being labelled now.Lack of clarityNorman Mc LeanFormer Attorney General Anil Nandlall, in an invited comment, drew attention to the inconsistencies in the Prime Minister’s interpretation altogether and particularly, how it differed from the President’s understanding.“So, even in the Government itself, there seems to be a woeful lack of clarity on what the constitutional provision requires and that is significant, and it should illustrate to the public that the Government itself is imploding in relation to what the Constitution means. The President says that all the persons must be of judge-like status and quality. The Prime Minister is saying at least one of them must be of that status or quality,” Nandlall highlighted.He further argued that both the President and Prime Minister were wrong in their interpretations because the Constitution never stipulated a proportion of persons from each category to be nominated.Christopher Ram“In as much as they are trying to still overemphasise the judge-like qualifications, the persons contemplated by the Constitution who are not required to be judge-like must be treated with equal importance as the persons who are Judges, former Judges or are qualified to be Judges. The Constitution does not see one category of persons superior to the other, clearly two categories of persons are contemplated: Judges, former Judges or persons qualified to be Judges or a different set of people who are unlike Judges, but are fit and proper and they may come from various professional pursuits,” he explained.Nandlall contended that the Opposition Leader was free to choose from either categories, since the Constitution does not mandate him to make the list a mixture of both, nor does it provide a ratio for choosing.He argued too that the spirit in which the Constitution was reformed was to expand the list of nominees in order to move away from the restriction to just judge-like individuals.Meanwhile, after rejecting Jagdeo’s first list, the President requested a second list of nominees.Instead, Jagdeo requested a meeting with President Granger to discuss the different interpretations of the Constitution, since that seemed to be the root of the problem.But Granger declined to meet with the Opposition Leader and proposed that Jagdeo submit a representative to meet with the Attorney General, Basil Williams.Williams and his predecessor, Nandlall, are slated to meet to have a discussion on the matter, with the aim of reaching a consensus between both parties on what is required for the appointment of a new GECOM Chairman.Nandlall had written to the Attorney General requesting an appropriate day for the engagement to take place. The last official word on the matter was that a date was yet to be set.Jagdeo said he would consider submitting a second list, depending on the outcome of the meeting between the Attorney General and his representative.“After that meeting, should I have to submit a new list, I would probably consult broadly again with people so that I can get the best names to go forward,” he stated.
On Friday, Dec. 10, the Bantam boys kicked off their tournament against Dawson Creek, earning a win in their tournament opening game. Jarod Lang’s two goal, one assist performance earned him game MVP honours. Later that evening, the boys evened out their record to 1-1, suffering a loss to the Prince George Cougars. Joshua Robinson earned MVP in the losing effort.Saturday was a better day for the Flyers, as the team won both games played. Fort St. John hit the ice in an early morning game against the Burns Lake Bruins to start their Saturday, defeating them by a score of 7-2. With the Flyers leading 3-2, Alex Hartman provided his Flyers with some breathing room, scoring three consecutive goals and giving the Flyers a 6-2 lead. Seth Hanna’s solid goaltending performance for the Flyers earned him the title of MVP.Saturday evening, the Flyers kept their foot on the offensive gas pedal, as seven different goal scorers contributed to the team’s 7-4 victory over the Terrace MacCarthy Motors. Defensemen Austin Baxter’s performance earned him the title of game MVP.- Advertisement -On the morning of Sunday, Dec.11, the short-benched Flyers found themselves in a rematch with Terrace, playing in the tournament’s semi-finals. Despite trailing 2-0 after the first, the Flyers fought hard, evening the score at twos thanks to goals from Aiden Harris and Joshua Robinson. The remainder of regulation and overtime couldn’t determine a victor, so the teams took part in a shootout to see who would face Prince George in the finals. Five shooters were needed to conclude the shootout, which unfortunately, Terrace won by a single shot.The Knights of Columbus Bantam Flyers will play in an All Peace Game in Dawson Creek Saturday, Dec.17, which will then be followed by a holiday break.
BC government liquor stores begin this year’s Support Dry Grad fundrasing campaign tomorrow.Until the end of next month customers will be able to support dry grad celebrations in their communities, by donating one dollar or more to their local government liquor outlet.This year 54 school districts, including District 60, will be the beneficiaries of the campaign, with all donations distributed to high schools planning alcohol-free graduation celebrations.- Advertisement -Now in its 9th year the campaign has raised more than two point three million dollars including more than 625 thousand last year.This year the Dry Grad Celebration at North Peace Secondary is set for June 26th.
Classes at LBYC will include PHRF big boats, Catalina 37s, Express 37s, Schock 35s, Santana 30/30s, and Etchells. In 2006 Paul and Laura Sharp’s Taxi Dancer, an Reichel/Pugh 68, finished first in the big boat class, followed by Oscar Krinsky’s Chayah, Ed Feo’s Locomotion and Fell Cantwell’s Who’s Yo Daddy. Races both days will start at noon, conditions permitting. The awards ceremony will be held in the lounge of LBYC on Sunday after the races. In addition to the Midwinter Regatta, LBYC has a full schedule of sailboat racing, including the Congressional Cup May 15-19, Ullman Sails Long Beach Race Week June 22-24 and the Mayor’s Cup July 18-21. The Catalina Island Series starts April 15 with five weekends of races through October. Each race will finish in a different location around Santa Catalina Island with the first race finishing at Spring Long Point. The series has been going on for more than 50 years, creating a tradition for many of its members. “I can remember going over there as a kid with my family, having a great time,” Van Dyke said. “Lots of good memories.” Open to cruisers and racers alike and, set on weekends only, the races are designed for families and friends to spend time together on the water and around scenic and historic Santa Catalina Island. Since 1929, LBYC has grown to be an important and respected part of the Southern California boating community and, through its management, officers and members, continues that tradition into 2007. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “I’m looking forward to it,” LBYC Commodore Mike Van Dyke said, “getting out of the cold weather and back out on the water.” LBYC Waterfront Director Alex Uniack said: “I used to race in this when I was a kid, mostly Sabots. This used to get the California spring (racing) season going. We can always expect a little rain or windy days for these races.” LONG BEACH – The Long Beach Yacht Club kicks off its 2007 racing season today and Sunday by hosting the big boats in the 78th annual Southern California Yachting Association Midwinter Regatta. Founded in 1928, the Midwinter Regatta is designed to attract not only Pacific Coast sailors but others from the Great Lakes and East Coast. This year LBYC joins 35 other host clubs from Santa Barbara to San Diego, including two from Arizona.
Leicester City coach Kevin Phillips joined the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast as the Foxes prepare for their return to the Premier League.Back in the top-flight after a ten year absence, Leicester will kick off their campaign against Everton on August 16, and Phillips says players and staff are relishing the chance to mix it with the big boys.“We are feeling in a very positive mood,” said the 39-year-old, who called time on his playing career at the end of last season.“We know we have got players in this camp that are well capable of playing in the Premier League. It is just about getting the system right, working together and putting it out on the pitch.“We’ve got a lot of players who haven’t experienced the Premier League so they are very excited, and hopefully that will take a few teams by surprise.“I was at Palace last year when everyone wrote us off from day one and look what they went on to do.”
DONEGAL LADIES minor footballers are having an Easter Monday celebration – after an eight point win over Tyrone today.The girls put on a solid display at Glenfin and having dominated the first half but they went in at the break just a point ahead – 1-04 to 0-02.But they really turned on the style in second half of this Ulster Minor Championship clash, finally winning 2-13 to 2-06. Elsewhere favourites Monaghan beat Down 7-15 to 1-6. DONEGAL LADIES MINORS HAVE SEVEN POINTS TO SPARE IN WIN OVER TYRONE was last modified: April 1st, 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:DONEGAL LADIES MINORS HAVE SEVEN POINTS TO SPARE IN WIN OVER TYRONE
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AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week “Our results this quarter highlight that Clear Channel is executing its strategy and building a strong foundation for each of our businesses to prosper in the years to come,” said Mark Mays, president and chief executive. Radio broadcasting revenue fell 4.3 percent, to $919.2 million, in the quarter, which the company mostly attributed to its “Less is More” strategy in which the company is emphasizing shorter radio ads and shorter commercial breaks. Reducing available ad time by roughly 20 percent is Clear Channel’s effort to compete more effectively with the fast-growing satellite radio companies that don’t have commercial interruptions. Clear Channel, which operates about 1,200 radio stations in the United States, has seen its radio revenue drop each quarter since “Less is More” was begun in early 2005. SAN ANTONIO – Clear Channel Communications Inc. on Monday reported a 21 percent drop in earnings in the third quarter despite a slight rise in revenue, as the company faced higher costs in each of its key businesses. The San Antonio-based radio and advertising company said it earned $205.5 million in the quarter ended Sept. 30, down from $261.2 million in the third quarter of 2004. The income works out to 38 cents per share, which matched the forecast of analysts surveyed by Thomson Financial. Clear Channel’s quarterly profit was 44 cents per share a year earlier. The company’s revenue in the latest quarter was $2.68 billion, up about 1 percent from the same period in 2004. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!