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  • UCL: Real Madrid, Brugge settle for draw

    first_imgRelatedPosts Bale completes Tottenham return from Real Madrid Tottenham sign £25m Sergio Reguilon Tottenham re-signs Bale on loan Casemiro spared Real Madrid’s blushes as they escaped with a point after Emmanuel Dennis’ double had threatened to give Club Brugge a famous Champions League victory at the Bernabeu.Humbled 3-0 by Paris St Germain in their Group A opener, the 13-time European champions trailed by two goals at half-time after 21-year-old forward Dennis twice found the net despite almost losing his footing on both occasions.Real captain Sergio Ramos halved the deficit before the hour while Ruud Vormer’s dismissal was followed by Casemiro equalising five minutes from time as the spoils were shared in an entertaining 2-2 draw.The stalemate is still a great result for the Belgians, who were worth their lead at the break before eventually succumbing to Real’s onslaught in the closing stages.Real rested Gareth Bale for the fixture but it seemed his absence would not be too keenly felt as they started strongly, with Karim Benzema, who has scored five times in six LaLiga outings this season, heading wide early on.However, a static Real defence allowed Percy Tau to break free on the left before squaring for an onrushing Dennis, who made a hash of what should have been a simple tap-in but the ball still trickled beyond Thibaut Courtois.Real thought they were spared when the offside flag was raised following Dennis’ clumsy finish but a lengthy consultation with VAR led to the decision being overturned.There was an anxious mood around the stadium as Real struggled to assert themselves in the final third, with Luka Modric hitting into the side-netting from his first-time effort before Toni Kroos saw a deflected volley go wide.When Simon Mignolet was pressed into action, the former Sunderland and Liverpool goalkeeper was up to the task, flinging himself to his right to excellently parry away Raphael Varane’s bullet header.Real were stung again six minutes before half-time, Modric dithering in possession before losing the ball to Dennis, who almost stumbled again before composing himself and intelligently lifting over Courtois.Kroos flashed wide on the stroke of half-time, which was greeted with furious whistles from the home supporters, with Zinedine Zidane sending on Marcelo for Nacho while Alphonse Areola replaced Courtois in goal.Areola came to Real’s aid when another mistake in midfield led to Dennis breaking free again on the resumption, with the substitute goalkeeper spreading himself to deny the Nigerian youngster a hat-trick.The one-on-one save proved a crucial intervention as Real halved the lead in the 55th minute, with technology coming to their aid this time after Ramos had headed home at the back post from Benzema’s right-wing cross.The Real captain seemed to be offside but the goal stood after a check with VAR, handing the Spanish giants a route back into the contest.Brugge were penned back as Real upped the tempo and, despite already dominating possession in the first hour, started to see even more of the ball as they attacked with vigour.Mignolet was cautioned for time wasting as Brugge sought to run down the clock by any means necessary while highly-rated teenager Vinicius Junior entered the fray for Lucas Vazquez in a final roll of the dice from Zidane.A late sliding challenge on the 19-year-old Brazilian from Vormer led to the Brugge captain being sent off in the 84th minute and Real capitalised on their numerical advantage from the resulting free-kick.Kroos’ teasing delivery saw Casemiro plant a header beyond Mignolet although Real were unable to find a winner. Tags: Club BruggeReal Madridlast_img read more

  • Syracuse reportedly offers 4-star, Class of 2017 shooting guard Brandon Randolph

    first_imgSyracuse offered 4-star shooting guard Brandon Randolph on Tuesday morning, per multiple reports.TheClass of 2017 recruit also holds offers from Georgetown, Maryland, Louisville, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest, per Scout.com. Kansas has also offered Randolph, per 247Sports.com.The Orange currently does not have any verbal commitments in the 2017 class and has only offered four other guards in the 2017 class: Trevon Duval, Hamidou Diallo, Lonnie Walker and Quade Green.The Westtown (Pennsylvania) School rising senior is listed as 6-foot-6, 183 pounds by 247Sports.Randolph is ranked the 11th-best shooting guard in his class by Scout and 12th by 247Sports’ composite rankings. Randolph is not ranked in ESPN.com’s top 60 players in the Class of 2017.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textEntering the 2016-17 season, SU’s only returning guard who received significant playing time this past year is Frank Howard. Tyus Battle, who signed on for the Class of 2016, may also be in the mix for playing time.Here is Rudolph’s junior year highlight tape: Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on April 18, 2016 at 1:48 pm Contact Sam: [email protected] | @Sam4TRcenter_img Commentslast_img read more

  • B&H With 5 Athletes in Sochi

    first_imgThe B&H Olympic Committee (OC) organized today an official escort on the occasion of the departure of B&H representatives to Sochi.The President of B&H OC Siniša Kisić wished the B&H Olympic athletes good luck, emphasizing that he is sure that they will give their best to represent themselves and B&H in this competition.Member of the Presidency of the B&H OC Izet Rađo stressed that the Committee has done everything to provide to these athletes quality preparations.“Through projects, B&H OC has invested 291.000 BAM for the preparations. I want to say that B&H OC does not fund top sports in B&H and that is a duty of the government”, said Rađo.Laikert will be the first from the B&H team to compete in Sochi on 9 February in the downhill. Also, he will compete on 14 February, 16 February, 19 and 22 February in other alpine sport categories.Žana Novaković will compete on 18 February in the super giant slalom and in the slalom on 21 February, and Marko Rudić will take part in the super giant slalom on 19 February and in the slalom on 22 February.Tanja Karišik will compete in cross-country skiing in two disciplines (free sprint on 11 February and the 10 km classic on 13 February), and in the biathlon (sprint of 7,5 km on 9 February and 15 km individual on 14 February.Mladen Plakalović will compete on 11 February in cross-country skiing sprint freestyle and on 23 February in the group start to free style skiing.The B&H Delegation will travel to Sochi on 4 February.(Source: Fena)last_img read more

  • Rob Rice Homes for the Holidays: Dining Options

    first_imgFacebook0Tweet0Pin0 Rob Rice is Thurston County’s largest local home builder and was voted the Best of South Sound for 2013. He has built more than 3000 homes over the last 30 years. He and his wife Helena live in Olympia with their two sons; Alex Michael and Carson. Rob is a graduate of Washington State University with degrees in construction management and architecture. Submitted by Barb Lally for Rob Rice HomesHome buyers still seek floorplans with formal dining rooms which are found in many Rob Rice Homes.Family traditions… entertaining friends…celebrations with lively conversation…dinner parties and sharing good food—they all involve the dining room.What is your picture of holiday entertaining or a family gathering? Is it a dinner at a long table with linens and china? Or maybe you prefer a buffet line in the kitchen with football on in the family room and an open dining room where guests can choose their seat.No matter what your traditions or plans for the holidays, there is a Rob Rice Home with the perfect dining area to suit your preferred hospitality and your family’s needs.Formal Dining Rooms are not PasséRecent focus groups and surveys asked home buyers what they want in a home and many still want the traditional dining in a room separate from the kitchen.One recent survey this spring said that nearly two-thirds of home buyers want both a great room for casual dining and one or two more formal spaces.Formal dining rooms are for those who love to entertain, especially those who enjoy sit-down dinners with candlelight or a dimmed chandelier. For some, the formal dining room provides a place to decorate and dramatically set the mood.“The formal dining room is a great place to celebrate special family occasions and holidays,” says Lisa Poundstone, Home Staging® expert and owner of Design Smart Home Staging &A butler’s pantry is ideal for homeowners who entertain large groups.Redesign. “You can create different looks for each of the seasons by layering the table with different colors and textures using tablecloths, runners, placemats, chargers, dishes and napkins. The centerpiece, typically the focal point of the dining table, can be a simple vase with your favorite flowers or a more dramatic combination of candles and flowers.”The formal dining rooms available in some Rob Rice Homes are a place to display art as well as your crystal, china and silver. Tables for eight and family china hutches, often hard to place in other parts of the home, fit well in the formal dining area. In a pre-sale of a Rob Rice Home, a buyer would also have a choice of several lovely chandelier lighting fixtures.Both the Rainier plan and the home we call the Magnolia at Evergreen Heights, a conveniently-located community nestled into gently rolling hills in a country setting in Lacey, offer a formal dining room.And, in addition to their beautifully-designed kitchens with alder cabinets, stainless steel appliances, slab granite or quartz counters and hardwood flooring, these homes have a special “butler pantry” between the kitchen and the dining room with a granite countertop and a wine cooler that allow you to stage food and drink for a formal dinner and serves as storage for that special holiday dinnerware and any other items to graciously serve your guests.At Campus Highlands in the Meridian Campus amid the beautiful Northwest woodlands and a neighboring popular golf course there are three gorgeous quality-built homes that include formal dining rooms: the Riviera, the Sahalee and the one-story Valhalla.All of these homes have the potential for both formal and casual dining as they have a dining nook off of the kitchen as well as the open and light great room concept for the wonderful flexibility of entertaining and dining in two separate spaces.Open concept dining rooms are popular for more casual dining and family gatherings like the Spruce plan at Evergreen Heights.Open, Casual Dining According to the National Homebuilders Association report “What Home Buyers Really Want,” 66 percent of buyers said a dining room is either essential or desirable in their home.But that does not necessarily mean they all want a formal space. Many homebuyers today are looking for open floor plans, where the kitchen, family room and dining room share one space and a busy family can see and talk to one another.Many Rob Rice Homes have the great room concept and have kitchens with granite or quartz raised counters where family members can pull up a stool for breakfast. The popular Spruce at EvergreenHeights is an example of a one-story home with a stylish kitchen that looks out onto a bright great room for more casual dining.Rob Rice has the Home you WantFind the home that matches your wish list at any of the nine sought-after Rob Rice Communities throughout the area. You can also find a quality-built home on an individual, larger-sized lot outside of our communities at one of our Select Home Sites in ThurstonCounty.And don’t forget that the area’s top rated builder, Rob Rice Homes, can custom-build your home with features specific to your family’s lifestyle, including your dining preferences.last_img read more

  • The Nelson Daily MS Team Award winners — Team Rear Guard

    first_imgThe 2017 West Kootenay Glacier Challenge to fundraiser ride to fight to improve the lives of Canadians affected by MS (Multiple sclerosis) was another success this past weekend. The extraordinary two-day 222 kilometer ride that takes cyclists a loop around the Kokanee Glacier in the Selkirk Mountains, from New Denver to Slocan, to Kaslo, and back to New Denver with an overnight in Nelson, raised more than $80,000.The Nelson Daily proudly sponsored the Team Fundraising event with the Team Rear Guard setting the bar high once again to capture the title.Team Rearguard includes, Nancy Noiles, Lorne Westnedge, P’nina Shames, Peter Martyn, Jim Noiles, Nolan Allarie and Sheri Sadowick.last_img read more

  • Costacurta hails Balotelli return, Mancini vows Italy ‘rebirth’

    first_img0Shares0000Mario Balotelli has not played for Italy since the 2014 World Cup but has been playing well for Nice © AFP/File / VALERY HACHEMILAN, Italy, May 20 – Top Italian FA official Alessandro Costacurta on Sunday welcomed Roberto Mancini’s decision to recall Nice striker Mario Balotelli as the new Italy coach promised a “rebirth” of the national side.Balotelli, who has not played since Italy’s humiliating group-stage exit from the 2014 World Cup, has been recalled by Mancini for three upcoming friendlies. And Costacurta said Balotelli’s form at Nice had warranted him being given another a chance.“Becoming a parent does change you and nobody can attest that more than Mancini,” said the former AC Milan defender and current federation deputy commissioner.“I think Balotelli’s performances on the field were worthy of a call-up.”Balotelli — who Mancini coached at both Inter Milan and Manchester City — has scored 13 goals in 33 appearances for the Azzurri but had been overlooked due to behavioural issues.Mancini took over last Monday, six months after Gian Piero Ventura was sacked following Italy’s failure to qualify for the World Cup in Russia, and takes charge of his first game against Saudi Arabia in St Gallen, Switzerland on May 28.“Usually big disappointments can lead to great triumphs,” said Mancini.“In difficult moments that is when Italy found their pride and these players must take us back to the top of the world, where we deserve to be.“I want this to be the Italy of rebirth.”Mancini and Costacurta were speaking on the sidelines of the Kick-Off 2018 event organised by the Italian FA at Coverciano, near Florence.“I think Italy are still a football superpower, as we have 50 million coaches,” joked Mancini about Italy’s passionate fans.“I’m always very positive in general, even if people say Italy no longer has as much talent.“We had perhaps too much talent all together when we won the World Cup, but now we just need to give them time to grow and develop, keep the faith towards a good future.“Our football philosophy helped us win four World Cups and lose three finals.“Perhaps we’ve done better than Brazil all things considered, as we played more finals, even if we could never play as well as them, or like Spain in recent years.”Meanwhile, Costacurta said he hoped goalkeeping great Gianluigi Buffon — the holder of a record 176 caps — would have a change of heart and play one final friendly.“I’m sorry that Buffon does not want to do a goodbye with the national team like he did with Juventus, it would have been nice if all of Italy could have thanked him for what he has done over the years.“At this stage, I don’t think he’s going to change his mind, even though it doesn’t hurt to make a call or a text.”The Italians will play further friendlies against France in Nice on June 1 and the Netherlands, who also failed to reach the World Cup, three days later in Turin.0Shares0000(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

  • Chelsea linked with Italian full-back

    first_imgChelsea are showing an interest in Genoa full-back Mario Sampirisi, the Daily Mail say.They are one of the Premier League clubs believed to have had the 19-year-old watched recently.The Daily Mirror report that Santos have no interest in signing Florent Malouda from Chelsea.Malouda, out-of-favour at Stamford Bridge and widely tipped to move on in January, has been strongly linked with the Brazilian side.But the club’s vice-president Odilio Rodrigues has insisted Santos are not lining up a deal.“There is no interest in Malouda. He is not in our plans,” Rodrigues is quoted as saying.Meanwhile, Mark Hughes is on the brink of the sack and could lose his job as manager if QPR fail to beat fellow strugglers Reading on Sunday, the Mirror suggest.It is claimed that Hughes faces a battle to remain in his post, with some members of the Rangers board aware that former Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp is available.The Mail also suggest Hughes has lost the support of senior figures at Loftus Road and could be fired if Rangers do not win this weekend.This page is regularly updated.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

  • Rio+20: Zuma challenges world leaders

    first_img22 June 2012 As the Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development entered its last day in Rio de Janeiro on Friday, South African President Jacob Zuma called on world leaders to renew political efforts towards achieving growth without further harming an already imperilled environment. The meeting, which opened in Rio on Wednesday, follows the Earth Summit held in Rio in 1992, during which countries adopted Agenda 21, requiring them to pursue economic growth that advanced social equity and ensured environmental protection. Zuma, addressing the opening plenary of the conference on Thursday, urged the nearly 100 heads of state from 193 countries attending the gathering to implement the goals of a similar summit held in Johannesburg 10 years ago. The conference in Rio should build on the “concrete and practical experience of approximately 20 years of the implementation of the sustainable development agenda as outlined in Agenda 21 and the Johannesburg Plan of Implementation”. Zuma said delegates should also draw lessons from the Earth Summit, adding that “then we collectively agreed that unless we did something, our future as a species was doomed”. “The world adopted the Agenda 21 and the Rio Principles as a blueprint for human development living in harmony with nature. The Earth Summit had alerted us to the unprecedented levels of poverty, underdevelopment and inequality in developing countries.” But despite these principles and their noble intentions, Zuma said the path to a sustainable world had been confronted with major global challenges. “In the main, the world has not done justice to the spirit of the Rio Declaration. The commitments of making sustainable development a reality have not been fully honoured,” he said. Zuma said Rio+20 “has the potential to outline a process beyond the maturity of the Millennium Development Goals in 2015”. The sustainable development goals should “build on, be integrated in, and strengthen the MDGs which will inspire the community of nations for action towards sustainable development”. Emphasising the need to move towards climate-friendly developments agreed on at last year’s climate summit in Durban, Zuma said green economy policies should be developed in accordance with the principles in the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development. Source: BuaNewslast_img read more

  • Jeremy Goyings, Aug. 8

    first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest At the farm, we had two tenths last week and that is it. Some of our southwest fields had as much as six tenths. We haven’t gotten anything else. Just a few miles north of us they had an inch and a half. It just missed us. We have only gotten six or seven tenths in the last month at the home farm. We could use three or four inches over a couple-day span and it wouldn’t be too much.The crops are still holding in there. The beans aren’t even really looking rough. Even our double-crop beans are still growing and looking pretty good. I think the first-crop beans have got to be to the point where they are going to start aborting pods, though.The majority of our corn is still not looking sick. On the edges we are seeing corn starting to cannibalize on the bottom. In the main parts of the field the corn is starting to roll during the day, but only for a couple of hours.We have not seen any disease pressure in the corn. We are seeing some spider mites in the soybeans. We did get the beans treated with insecticides and fungicides.We finished up our tiling project. We put in about 130 acres of tile in eight working days. Every year we get the hottest temperatures of the year when we have the tile machine on. It is just the way it works.They have four or five days listed at 50% or 60% chance of rain this week, but those chances always seem to go away when we get two or three days away from the rain and pull the rug out from under you.last_img read more

  • Fajardo takes blame for SMB loss to Bolts

    first_imgBrace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Trailing, 102-101, the Beermen had a chance to take the lead inside the final 10 seconds and they wisely went to the reigning three-time PBA MVP to bail them out.Fajardo shot over Bolts import Allen Durham but his floater came up short as it hit the front rim.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“It was my fault. It was a good look and I missed that final shot. We should have won,” said a frustrated Fajardo in Filipino after the Beermen’s 104-101 defeat.The loss didn’t just cause San Miguel the game, but also a seat in the top four as they wound up in sixth place heading into the quarterfinals. The Cebuano giant went hard on himself despite posting a team-best 26 points, eight rebounds, and three blocks.“I won’t be able to sleep tonight. I’m really sorry and I promise to bounce back,” he said.San Miguel will now have to beat defending champion Barangay Ginebra twice in the quarterfinals for its Grand Slam bid to go on. A win by the Gin Kings on Wednesday would send the Beermen into an early exit.“We’re still not out. We still have a chance to win. We just have to stay positive. Our will is still strong and we’ll take this one game at a time even though we have to go through the eye of the needle,” he said.ADVERTISEMENT Read Next Bolts claim top spot, rally past Beermen Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients  Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa LATEST STORIES Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:02Fajardo predicts there will be no sweep in PBA Finals01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games MOST READcenter_img Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary E.T. returns to earth, reunites with grown-up Elliott in new ad  BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight PBA IMAGESNine times out of ten, June Mar Fajardo would easily make a basket from five feet.It just unfortunate for San Miguel Beer that the rarest of times Fajardo would miss from close range came on Sunday night in an all-important game against rival Meralco.ADVERTISEMENT View commentslast_img read more