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‘Mirror’: Arsenal wants Ceballos in property

first_imgCeballos was loaned to Arsenal this summer. The footballer himself wanted it to be a loan with no option to buy, because his desire remains to succeed in Madrid. For this reason, Madrid youIt has a dominant position in the current situation. Ceballos liked Emery’s project. Later, the Basque coach was dismissed and a long-lasting injury ensued. After recovering, he has gained Arteta’s trust and has returned to being the owner. The Mirror claims that there is a tug of war between Madrid and Arsenal (always, at the expense of what the player decides). Knowing Madrid of Arteta’s interest in continuing in the squad, his wish is to wait for Arsenal to reach the final price of 36 million pounds (40 euros) for the operation to take place. However, this newspaper has already published that Madrid would not consider selling it for less than 50 million euross. According to reports The Mirror in its Sunday edition, there is “A cold war between Madrid and Arsenal over Ceballos”. The tabloid points to interest What does the London club have to do with the utrerano services at the end of the season. As As has been able to know, these days, the footballer is being held in his London home, quarantined, since logically he was in contact with his coach, Arteta, who tested positive for the coronavirus, Y its future is not considered. At least until the end of the season.center_img Real Madrid is in full transition of its core line. Casemiro looks like a fixed, and Valverde It has been the big surprise, but Kroos does not finish reaching the regularity of the past and Modric it is dosed at 34 years old. This summer will return Odegaard, but Ceballos would also have a hole.last_img read more

PBA Season 43 Preview: Retooled Phoenix looks to make noise with guard-heavy roster

first_imgDon’t miss out on the latest news and information. It seems like the pieces that Phoenix has fit the team perfectly heading into the new PBA season.The Fuel Masters have a slew of point guards in Gelo Alolino, Karl Dehesa, RJ Jazul and offseason acquisition LA Revilla. They also drafted a versatile player in Jason Perkins.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 folkPhoenix head coach Louie Alas believes he has the tools to make noise beginning with the 2018 Philippine Cup set to open on Sunday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.“The system that we put up is really meant to have a lot of guards because our defensive schemes are guard-oriented,” said Alas, who was appointed as head coach late October to replace Ariel Vanguardia. Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles02:14Carpio 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 “I really feel that we picked the right guy. He doesn’t play like a rookie and he really has PBA body,” Alas said.Phoenix looks to finally get past the quarterfinals for the first time and rebound from a woeful stint in the 2017 Governors’ Cup where it missed the playoffs after registering a 2-9 record. Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set IOC confident 2020 Tokyo Games will not be tainted by doping LATEST STORIES Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales?center_img It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene View comments Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ MOST READ Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano Head Coach: Louie AlasKey Players: Matthew Wright, JC Intal, RJ JazulKey Additions: LA Revilla, Jason PerkinsKey Losses: Michael Miranda, John WilsonADVERTISEMENT Having four reliable playmakers will be one of Phoenix’s strengths in the coming season.At 6-foot-2, Dehesa gives Phoenix size in the backcourt, Alolino has also come into his own since being drafted in 2016 while Jazul and Revilla have proven themselves to be leaders on the floor.The four bring their own identity on the floor but all can shoot from downtown, giving the Fuel Masters space on the floor.Alas also has high praise for his rookie Perkins, who was the fourth overall pick in the 2017 PBA Draft.The 6-foot-3 Perkins, who won two UAAP championships as a key member of the De La Salle Green Archers, was solid in the preseason where Phoenix went 2-1 with wins over NLEX and Alaska.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

200Ebola Deaths Confirmed in Sub-region, No New Cases Reported in Liberia

first_imgAuthorities of the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MOH&SW) have disclosed a total number of 200 deaths from Ebola in the sub-region, with Guinea being the hardest hit in the region since the outbreak of the deadly virus in March 2014.While the Republic of Guinea is recording more deaths as new cases are reported everyday, neighboring Sierra Leone has began to report new cases of the virus, which has so far claimed a few lives in that country.Speaking at the regular press briefing of the Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism (MICAT) on Thursday June 5, the Deputy Minister and Chief Medical Officer of the Republic, Dr. Bernice T. Dahn, said the Liberian Government and partners have stepped up efforts in response to the outbreak of Ebola in Sierra Leone and Guinea.According to Dahn, the move by the government is aimed at preventing the spread of the deadly Ebola virus into Liberia from neighboring Guinea and Sierra Leone, and no new cases have been reported by health petitioners around the country so far.Dr. Dahn said some of the concrete steps taken by the Health Ministry include “contact tracing of persons suspected of coming in contact with people affected with the virus, surveillance, social mobilization, and the distribution and airing of messages on Ebola prevention in the local dialects.”Dr. Dahn further stated: “We have provided personal protective equipment and chlorine for all bordering counties with Sierra Leone to enable us fight the deadly virus.”She also disclosed that a team of medical petitioners from the Health Ministry is in Lofa County to strengthen the county heath team on issues of the virus in neighboring Guinea on the basic of prevention and other health services related.According to Dr. Dahn, the team held a cross-border meeting in Guéckédu, Guinea, Tuesday, June 3, aimed at strengthening collaboration, follow-ups, information sharing, and communication among the three Mano River Union Countries.“Some of the key issues of concern among member states that contribute to the increase in the Ebola cases include addressing traditional and cultural beliefs, burial ceremonies for deceased Ebola victims, and health workers taking infection control measures when attending to patients,” she added.The Chief Medical Officer said the situation in Guinea and Sierra Leone suggests that the Ebola outbreak is severe in the neighboring countries and there were need that Liberia puts in place a proper mechanism to control and prevent its spread.The Deputy Minister disclosed that “Sierra Leone reported 58 tested Ebola cases of which 18 were confirmed in the Kailahun District. The disease has claimed six lives in Sierra Leone and 114 deaths have been confirmed in Guinea. Out of 328 cumulative cases, Ebola has claimed the lives of 200 people in the sub-region.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Witness Protection Law takes effect

first_imgFollowing passage in the National Assembly last month, the Witness Protection Act is now in full effect after being assented to by President David Granger. This legislation is geared to safeguard persons – who have information on and/or are witnesses to criminal activity – from violent retaliation or persecution from the offending party. According to information reaching Guyana Times, the Head of State assented to the legislation on February 12, some three weeks after it was passed.One of the key provisions under the Act is for the establishment of a Witness Protection Programme, wherein persons can be protected while they are attending court. Additionally, it was outlined that such witnesses can obtain new identities. The law also allows for Judges and Magistrates to be informed in chambers about “relevant information” relating to the witnesses. However, those judicial officers are prohibited from disclosing this information. Added to that, during criminal proceedings, parts that relate the witnesses’ identity may be held in camera.It was outlined that an administrative centre will be responsible for the register of persons under the Witness Protection Programme. This Centre will handle identity changes and it can withdraw this protection and restore the identity of the former participant, in which case he or she is allowed 28 days to apply to the President of Guyana for a review of the centre’s decision.Some offences under which witnesses could seek protection are murder, manslaughter, treason, sedition, piracy or hijacking, gun-related crimes, trafficking, sexual and domestic violence related offences and offences under the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism and Anti-Terrorism laws.Part VI of the Act prevents anyone, including participants or former participants, from disclosing information in relation to the programme. The penalty for breaching this provision is a $1 million fine and 10 years in prison. According to Section 20 (1), this law applies to anyone who, without lawful authority, reveals information about the identity or location of someone who had participated in the witness protection programme which can compromise that person’s safety.Section 20 (2) stipulates that someone who had undergone assessment to be considered for inclusion in the programme is barred from revealing their participation.When the Witness Protection Bill was debated in the National Assembly earlier this year, Opposition parliamentarian Odinga Lumumba had questioned if there were provisions to fund the relocated witnesses, or to facilitate the integration of juvenile participants of the programme into the school system. Lumumba based his argument on the belief that Guyana does not have the capacity to support the bill’s provisions.However, Natural Resources Minister Raphael Trotman while acknowledging the concerns had countered that with the impending oil industry, new threats would arise and the Government could not wait. At that time, Trotman noted cross-referenced witness protection programmes in the United States and other jurisdictions.The original bill was drafted under the former Administration since 2006 but when it came up for discussion in the House after some 11 years, Opposition Chief Whip Gail Teixeira had contended that it came back with little to no changes and that it was another work of “copy and paste”.The Police have for years complained about difficulties they experience with regard to certain crimes, owing to the lack of witnesses. Some have posited that crimes are recorded as unsolved or remain a mystery possibly because witnesses are not brave enough to testify, or they are afraid of being held accountable for someone’s sentencing.last_img read more

Pensioner found murdered in home

first_imgA pensioner was found dead in his yard at Annandale, East Coast Demerara (ECD), with injuries to his head and right eye. The dead man has been identified as 72-year-old Krishnachand Dabee of Lot 149 Annandale South, ECD.Reports are the man’s body was discovered at about 19:00h by his daughter and Police.Guyana Times was told that the deceaed’s daughter, Ramona Dabee, a lecturer at the University of Guyana, made several attempts to contact her father but the telephone went unanswered and she went to the Vigilance Police Station and made a report.In responding to the report, a team of Police ranks went to the house at Annandale with the daughter and there they found the senior Dabee lying face up with injuries to his right eye and to the back of his head.The Police have since confirmed that one of the rooms in the house was ransacked and from all indications, Dabee was killed during a robbery.When contacted, the man’s daughter declined to speak about the incident, stating that the family is in mourning.Guyana Times understands that the man lived with his wife who has been a patient at the Georgetown Public Hospital for the past month. At the time of the suspected robbery, the man was at home alone.A resident in the area told this publication that the now dead man’s wife was a teacher and after retiring, she fell ill. According to the resident, the woman is currently hospitalised.“When I passing, I does see he watering his plants in the yard… he is a kind of reserved person; one who always keep to himself,” the resident said.The man’s body was taken to the Lyken’s Funeral Home where it awaits a post-mortem examination as Police continue their investigations.last_img read more

War anniversary sees Bush dig in

first_imgWASHINGTON – President George W. Bush marked the fourth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq on Monday with a stark warning against the temptation “to pack up and go home.” Bush’s brief speech came in the midst of an increasingly tense showdown with the Democratic-controlled Congress over the constitutional balance of power during war. The House is scheduled to vote Thursday on a Democratic proposal to attach conditions to the president’s $100 million war-funding package that would require American combat troops to be withdrawn from Iraq next year, a timetable Bush has said would undercut the troops and aid the insurgents. Bush’s commemoration of the anniversary, delivered beneath a portrait of Theodore Roosevelt as a Rough Rider, was notable for the sharp change in tone from his speeches in the heady, early days of the war – when it still appeared possible that a quick victory in Baghdad could be followed by a relatively swift withdrawal. In those first few months, Bush argued that he was on the way to spreading democracy throughout the entire Middle East through the contagious euphoria that would surely follow the unseating of Saddam Hussein. But on Monday, Bush made no reference to democracy. In his only reference to the regional effects of the war, he cautioned, “If American forces were to step back from Baghdad before it is more secure, a contagion of violence could engulf the entire country; in time, this violence could engulf the region.” Presidential power Anniversaries of the invasion have become more politically fraught in the years since the invasion. Bush used his statement Monday to argue that it was the responsibility of Congress to support the troops already there, and that he alone had the authority to decide both the strategy and the timetable for adding or withdrawing troops. “They have a responsibility to get this bill to my desk without strings and without delay,” Bush said of the war-funding package. But where Democrats once feared they were vulnerable to charges that they were undercutting the troops by defying the commander in chief, they expressed no such concern. Reflecting Bush’s low approval ratings and the widespread discontent with continuing American casualties, they used the occasion of the anniversary Monday to go on the attack. “After four years of failure in Iraq, the president’s only answer is to do more of the same,” Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada, the majority leader, said in a statement. Referring to Republican efforts to defeat a resolution in the Senate calling for a 2008 troop withdrawal, Reid added, “With the blessing of Senate Republicans, he’s committing more U.S. troops to an open-ended civil war.” Democrats are hardly unified on the war: some are concerned that Democrats could be blamed for whatever happens in Iraq if Congress is to specify dates for withdrawal. In 1995, a Republican-controlled House of Representatives voted to restrict U.S. involvement in U.N. peacekeeping missions, leading to charges from President Clinton that Congress was infringing upon presidential war powers. The proposal died in the Senate. The Iran-Contra affair during President Reagan’s term was itself an outgrowth of congressional restrictions on the U.S. involvement in Nicaragua’s civil war. But the most direct parallel might be Vietnam, when Congress tried to limit presidential maneuvering room as protests over the war increased in volume – including the 1970 repeal of the Gulf of Tonkin resolution that was an important part of congressional assent for the U.S. involvement in the war. Hunting for votes It still remains unclear whether the House Democrats will have the votes to approve the bill tying funding of the war to benchmarks and the goal of a 2008 withdrawal. “We’re in the hunt,” said Rep. Rahm Emanuel of Illinois, the Democratic conference chairman. Bush’s explicit reference to the temptation to leave Iraq was in sharp contrast to other moments when he has commemorated milestones in the war. His famous statement aboard the USS Lincoln in the late spring of 2003 – declaring an end to active combat – was a celebration of what initially looked like a quick military victory. But that was before the rise of the insurgency and then counterattacks by Shiite militias. In 2003, both White House and Pentagon officials said any American presence in Iraq four years later would likely be relatively small. On Monday, the White House was instead pressing anew its claims that withdrawal would result in defeat. “It is a withdraw-the-troops bill, not a fund-the-troops bill,” Tony Snow, the White House spokesman, said of the congressional legislation during a news briefing that followed Bush’s remarks. In keeping with the political jockeying of the day, Snow attacked the bill for also including several items of pork, allegedly inserted to secure votes of the faint of heart.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Hull City beat Gor on penalties in friendly

first_imgThe home side had the advantage heading into the final kick of the first five and it only needed Cercidy Okeyo to score, but he saw his kick saved and in turn Hull came alive in sudden death.The two teams scored their first kicks. However, Kevin ‘Ade’ Omondi saw his penalty saved with Hull’s Kevin Stewart scoring the response, ending up 4-3 winners.Hull City goalkeeper Callum Burton makes a save off Kevin Omondi’s penalty during their friendly match against Gor Mahia on May 13, 2018. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaIn the first five, Skipper Harun Shakava missed the first for Gor but his team-mate Oluoch atoned making a save off Jarod Bowen. Kagere stepped up for the next and scored with Oluoch keeping the advantage saving Thomas Powell’s kick.Tuyisenge who missed a chance in regulation time took Gor Mahia 2-0 with a well taken kick. Hull went back into the game with Jon Toral scoring.Wesley Onguso had a chance of ensuring Gor remained steady in the lead, but his kick was saved by substitute keeper Callum Burton.His blushes were saved with Oluoch saving from Brandon Fleming. Okeyo had the simple task of scoring the final kick and earn Gor the win, but he took a lame effort, Burton saving. Stewart Kevin scored Hull’s fifth to take the scores to 2-2.-Gor miss chances- Gor Mahia’s Francis Kahata tries to close down Hull City’s Robbie Mackenzie during an international friendly match at the Kasarani Stadium on May 13, 2018. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaIt was once again a tale of missed chances from the Kenyan champions who created chance after chance especially in the first half, but could not bury any of them.However, Dylan Kerr’s charges will leave chests high especially after performing in an exemplary fashion against a side that plays in the English second tier league and one that has history of playing in the Premier League.Kerr will pick positives and inspiration from this game as he prepares his side for their second CAF Confederation Cup Group D match against Algerian outfit USM Alger at the same venue on Wednesday night.The atmosphere was terrific with the K’Ogalo faithful roaring their team on against the Championship side while the neutrals cheered and raved on from any beautiful move from either side.Hull City’s Jarrod Bowen dribbles away from Gor Mahia’s Kevin Omondi during their friendly match on May 13, 2018. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaKerr started off a strong side with the only difference from the team that played Rayon Sport last weekend in the CAF Confederation Cup being Ephraim Guikan starting upfront alongside Jacques Tuyisenge ahead of Meddie Kagere.The home side had a half chance four minutes in, George ‘Blackberry’ Odhiambo trying his luck with a left foot snap shot from distance, but it went straight to keeper Marshall.Three minutes on the opposite end, Hull had a chance when a cross-ball bounced inside the box from the right falling on Frazer Campbell’s feet, but the former Tottenham Hotspur man’s effort to dribble his way into the box was stopped by a forest of legs.A sweeping team move from Gor Mahia, cheered on and appreciated by the partisan crowd handed them a decent scoring opportunity. Odhiambo swept the ball low into the edge of the box from the left into Guikan’s path, but the Ivorian’s shot was well handled by Marshall.On the other end in the 12th minute, Evandro’s freekick from the right found Jon Toral unmarked at the backpost but the lanky winger’s header at goal flew over the post with keeper Oluoch beaten.Hull City’s Kevin Stewart controls the ball ahead of Gor Mahia’s Humphrey Mieno during their friendly match on May 13, 2018. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaBut it was the home side which enjoyed most of the scoring chances, creating with style and grit.In the 19th minute, Francis Kahata should have opened the scoring on the counter when he was picked out by a well weighted pass from Odhiambo unmarked on the right, but the midfielder’s shot at goal after driving in ended wide.Kahata came close again in the 27th minute with a freekick from the edge of the box after Tuyisenge was brought down, but his curling effort over the wall was inches close, rolling over the bar.Three minutes later from another counter Humphrey Mieno released Tuyisenge through on goal, but the Rwandese could not hit the ball on target, curling it beyond Marshall but inches wide of the target.Three minutes to the break, Gor had another chance again when Odhiambo’s corner found Ernest Wendo at the edge of the six yard box, but the Gor battering bull missed a chance of a rare goal for the record Kenyan champions failing to put in a strong header past Marshall.Hull City’s Chadwick William wins the ball ahead of Gor Mahia’s Lawrence Juma during their friendly match on May 13, 2018. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaThirteen minutes into the second half Kerr rung changes, making four substitutions at a go. Wendo, Odhiambo, Mieno and Guikan all made way for Samuel Onyango, Kevin Omondi, Okeyo and Kagere respectively.Wesley Onguso also later came on for Godfrey Walusimbi.Hull made a goalkeeping change, Burton coming on for David Marshall. Minutes later, Brazilian Evandro who had impressed in midfield came off for William Chadwick.The visitors had a chance of getting into the lead in the 73rd minute when Kingsley Stephen intercepted a header from Walusimbi destined back to keeper Oluoch, but the shot stopper spread his body nicely on the ground to block the effort.Chances were few and in between as it turned out to be a show-off of passing prowess. However late on, Gor had chances to score, first Kahata’s header off an Onguso long throw went inches over the bar while later Burton made a good save to punch away a shot from Kagere.0Shares0000(Visited 6 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Gor Mahia forward Ephraim Guikan attempts to go past Hull City’s Robbie Mackenzie during an international friendly match at the Moi Sports Centre Kasarani in Nairobi on May 13, 2018. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaNAIROBI, Kenya, May 13- Despite goalkeeper Boniface Oluoch saving three penalties, record Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia lost to English Championship side Hull City 4-3 on post-match penalties in an international friendly match played infront of a sold out 60,000-seater Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani on Sunday.Gor Mahia put up a brilliant display and the crowd roared in appreciation after the penalty shoot-out following a barren draw in regulation time.last_img read more

Mustangs defend title in Durango

first_imgFrom staff reports Even with a different coach and without Alix Klineman, Mira Costa’s girls volleyball team gets the same results. The Mustangs defended their Durango Tournament title, beating Assumption of Kentucky, 25-18, 25-19, Saturday in Las Vegas. The Mustangs are 14-0. Mira Costa setter Kendall Bateman was named tournament MVP. Outside hitters Lane Carico and Falyn Fanoimoana received all-tournament honors. Also in the Durango Tournament … Newport Harbor 2, Redondo 0: Megan Saraceno had eight kills and seven digs in Redondo’s 26-24, 28-26 fifth-place match loss. Taylor Moore added seven kills and three blocks for Redondo (12-3); Lauren Allen had 23 assists. Moore and Saraceno were named to the all-tournament team. South Torrance 2, Clovis 1: South beat Clovis, 25-14, 18-25, 25-11, in the Bronze Division final. Shannon Roberts finished with 29 kills and 14 digs. Kiley Tamblyn had 52 digs and six aces for South (17-7). Football Tony Greer rushed for 118 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries for Rolling Hills Prep in a 37-6 nonleague win at Santa Clarita Christian. Andrew Frisina had five catches for 78 yards and two touchdowns and also rushed for a score. Jacob Sereno completed 8 of 12 passes for 120 yards and two touchdowns as Rolling Hills Prep (5-0-1) scored all of its points in the first half. Boys cross country Cody Schmidt took second place overall in the three-mile race in 15 minutes, 44 seconds to lead Redondo to a third-place finish in Division II at the Clovis Invitational at Woodward Park. Simon Schmidt took third at 15:57. In the Central Park Invitational … North Torrance’s David Archila took second overall in the three-mile race in 15 minutes, 57 seconds in at Huntington Beach. San Pedro’s Pablo Rosales won the three-mile sophomore-division race in 15 minutes, 57 seconds. Pablo’s brother, David, won the freshman division race in 15:57. Girls cross country Chloe Curtis’ seventh-place finish in 19 minutes, 35 seconds helped Redondo to seventh place in Division II of the Clovis Invitational at Woodward Park. Shadeh Tabatabai took 11th place in 18 minutes, 38 seconds to lead Mira Costa to a fourth-place finish in Championship Division. Boys water polo JL Kiss scored three goals for Mira Costa in a 10-7 nonleague loss to visiting La Ca ada. Mike Fish recorded eight saves while splitting time in goal. David Olson had five saves for Mira Costa, which fell to 7-7.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Blevins sparks Broncos

first_imgPOMONA – DeJa Blevins didn’t transfer to Cal Poly Pomona to come off the bench. But the former Division I player is turning heads anyway. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson“That’s a good game for us,” said Cal Poly head coach Paul Thomas, whose team improved to 2-1 in California Collegiate Athletic Association action. “We’re making progress. I’m happy about that.” Two weeks ago, progress and happiness were scarce on the Broncos’ bench. Cal Poly had lost four games in a row, three of those coming to traditionally strong programs, and appeared to hit rock bottom during a 42-point loss to Western Washington on Dec. 21. But Cal Poly ended that skid with a 71-64 victory over 19th-ranked Minnesota Duluth last week, a victory that snapped a 12-game winning streak for the Bulldogs, and then came back with a double-figures win over a Cal State L.A. team (8-2, 2-1) that had only lost to Division I Cal Poly (San Luis Obispo). Cal State L.A. turned the ball over 22 times and shot 37.3 (19-of-51) from the field in scoring 51 points, the lowest total for a Broncos opponent this year. Blevins connected on 10 of 16 shots from the field a week after coming off the bench for 14 points against Minnesota Duluth. “I think she just took really good shots tonight,” Thomas said. The Golden Eagles host No. 23 Cal State Bakersfield at 5:30 tonight. Alexis Wilson finished with 14 points on 6-of-8 shooting, Shanika Perkins connected on three three-pointers on an 11-point night and Ashley Moody turned in 11 points. (909) 386-3865 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img Blevins, a transfer from Long Beach State, scored a game-high 23 points in relief and the Broncos turned in their best defensive effort of the season and Cal Poly won its second game in a row, a 67-51 decision over Cal State Los Angeles Friday at Kellogg Gym. The win evened the Broncos’ record at 5-5 after an up-and-down start to the season. last_img read more


first_imgGOALKEEPER Shay Given has done his bit for Donegal tourism today – sending this picture to his astonishing 296,623 followers on Twitter.Shay often returns to the county for his holidays.The Lifford man, expected to leave Aston Villa this summer, has been in Rossnowlagh and took this snap at the Smugglers Creek where he stopped off for a pint of the dark stuff.  SHAY GIVEN DOES HIS BIT FOR DONEGAL TOURISM was last modified: July 3rd, 2013 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:SHAY GIVEN DOES HIS BIT FOR DONEGAL TOURISMlast_img read more