Nine players this week, with everyone in all competitions, and after a very hot and humid round of golf it was good to get back into the club house for prize giving.Andy Oz and Tony Cowe (standing rear) pose with the staff outside Blue Sky Bar.Tony C won the Stableford competition with 37 points and Mike came second for the third week in a row on 33 points. Terry C took nearest the pin prize and the skin results were as follows: Andy Oz (5) plus (4) rollovers, Mike (5), Martyn (5), John MAC (2), and finally Tony C (1).As per every week it was off to Ban Chang for photo op and a few beers which tasted even better as Mike forgot his tee shirt so his run of seconds places has also costs him a round of drinks! The Backyard Golf SocietyBecause of the public holiday on Friday we moved our weekly game with the Backyard Golf Society to Thursday at Emerald Golf Course. We welcomed back Tony C and with a tee time booked at 09:20 we managed to get off early on a nearly empty golf course.
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WALL TOWNSHIP— John Blewett III of Howell scored his second straight Modified win Saturday night in the NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series 35-lap main event at Wall Township Speedway. Coming from a 15th starting slot, Blewett raced into the lead for good with just 10 laps remaining. Shanon Mongeau of Matawan and Brick’s Mike Carpenter were the stars of the show early on as they battled for the lead. This fight for first lasted until lap 16, when the two leaders touched and Mongeau went spinning. Mongeau obviously felt that Carpenter’s contact contributed to his spin, and more contact then occurred while the field was under caution. Shanon Mongeau’s father, Rich Mongeau, also got involved in the caution-period action before all three drivers were disqualified from the race. The action handed the lead to Del George Jr. on the restart as Blewett continued his charge into third. When the second place running Curtis Truex Jr. of Mayetta slid out of second on the front stretch on lap 24, Blewett advanced to third and set his sights on the leader. A lap-25 caution put Blewett right on George’s rear bumper, and Blewett then used the opportunity to dive to the inside lane and into the lead moments later. Blewett then raced to victory, while George crossed the line second for his best Modified finish ever. Frank Polimeda of Fort Lee, Freehold’s Steven Reed and Truex were third through fifth. “I am just so happy for the people who work on this car,” Blewett said. “They should get the credit. They put a lot of time in during the week and again on Saturdays.” In regards to the Carpenter/Mongeau incident Blewett said: “I think they should take a good look at what made them spin. The lap before, there was oil or something on the track up there that made it real slippery.” In just his first season of Pro Stock racing, Elliott Wohl of Freehold held off the best in the business to win his first-ever 25-lapper. Wohl took the lead from Wall’s Rich DeSarno on lap six before beating multi-time winners George Andretta of Wall and Chas Okerson of Freehold to the line in tight formation. DeSarno was fourth and Mike Smith was fifth. After some very tough luck earlier this season, John McCormack of Farmingdale led wire-to-wire to take his first 25-lap Street Stock win of the year. Adam LaCicero of Lavallette, Jim Downey of Cliffwood Beach, Brick’s Ron Frees and point leader Dave Jennings of Howell wrapped up the top five. Rich Losh of Joppa, Md., grabbed his first win of the year in the 20-lapper for the Legend Cars. Losh, the current point leader, battled in a tight pack for the lead most of the way, with Polimeda and Jason Rochelle of Hacketstown crossing the line second and third. Jim Tomaino of Bayville and Ronnie Dunstan were fourth and fifth. Bill Weichert of Chatham came from 13th to win the 20-lapper for the Truck Series, taking the lead from Ken McGowan with nine laps remaining. Keith Mullineaux of Egg Harbor Township, Steve Naylor of Galloway Township, Keansburg’s Jerry Stanzione and Jim Bruno of Smithville were second through fifth. NASCAR Nextel Cup team owner Ray Evernham, who began his career as a driver at the third-mile paved oval, will return to his roots this Saturday night to drive a Modified stock car in the 50-lap Larsen Brothers Memorial race. Evernham, a Hazlet native, will also meet with fans and sign autographs early in the evening. In addition to the Modifieds, the Pro Stocks, Street Stocks, Legend Cars, TQ Midget and Truck Series racers will see competition. Grandstand seating will open at 5 p.m. and racing will start at 7 p.m. Penalties announced from July 3 incident Wall Township Speedway officials have announced penalties resulting from unsportsmanlike conduct during the recent Marian O’Rorke Memorial at the third-mile paved oval. Jimmy Blewett of Howell has been suspended from competition for four events and will have to pay a $500 fine before returning to racing. Harry Reed of Freehold has been suspended for two events. Both drivers will also be on probation for the remainder of the 2004 season.
Led by Christian Brothers Academy’s (CBA) team victory, area track and field athletes excelled at the Monmouth County Indoor Championships.The Colts easily defended their championship, rolling up 118 points. Matawan Regional High School (42) and Middletown High School North (25) were a distant second and third.Holmdel High School led the area girls, finishing third (33) behind Freehold Township High School (57) and Rumson Fair Haven Regional High School (34).The meet was held on Jan. 10 at the John Bennett Indoor Athletic Complex in Toms River.State cross-country champion Mike McClemens led the Colts’ parade, winning the 800 meters (1:57.88).CBA rolled up 25 points in the 3,200 behind its cross-country talent. Aidan Durney (9:46.69) finished first, while Josh Kruppa (9:51.64) and Nick Trigani (9:55.92) were second and third, respectively. Sean Martinek (10:12.17) was sixth. Chris Alexander won the 55-meter hurdles (7.82), and the Colts took the 4×400 relay in 3:29.39. Justin Lippert and Tom O’Neill, who led Middletown North to its finest cross-country season in the fall, ran first and second in the 1,600, with Lippert finishing first in 4:21.65 and O’Neill coming right behind in 4:21.84.Matawan’s Matt Isaacson won the pole vault on fewer misses at 14-0.County cross-country champion Marin Warner of Holmdel led the girls, adding the indoor 1,600 title to her fall championship. The Hornets’ junior won the 1,600 by more than 10 seconds in 5:02.40. She came back and ran the 800, finishing third (2:18.50).Matawan had a pair of champions. On the track, Samantha Anderson won the 400 (58.94) and was third in the 55 (7.42). Nicole Macco gave the Huskies a sweep of the pole vault, winning at 11-0. She was the only vaulter to soar that high. The high jump championship went to Mater Dei High School’s Fallon Quigley, the only jumper over the bar at 5-0.The NJSIAA State Relays are next on the track and field calendar. Group IV goes on Jan. 16 (boys) and Jan. 17 (girls), while Group I and Group III is on Jan. 18 for boys and girls. Group II, Non-Public A and Non-Public B are on Jan. 19.The Shore Conference Championships are on Jan. 24.The NJSIAA Central Jersey Sectional Championships begin on Jan. 31, with Group I and II. Group III and Group IV are on Feb. 7.State group championships are on Feb. 14 for Group I and Group IV, and Feb. 15 for Group II, Group III, Non- Public A and Non-Public B.The Meet of Champions is on Feb. 22.All state and Shore Conference meets are at the Bennett Indoor Complex.
Full Schedule Roster The No. 4 University of Toronto Varsity Blues women’s volleyball team defeated the McMaster Marauders 3-2 (25-16, 20-25, 20-25, 25-20, 15-13) on Saturday night (Nov. 16) in Hamilton, Ont.With the win, the Blues improve to 5-1 and remain in second place in the OUA East division.TORONTO STATS: Fifth-year right side hitter Alina Dormann led all players with 19 points off of a game-high 12 kills, four aces and three blocks, while also adding eight digs on the night.Veteran middles Jenna Woock and Anna Licht each recorded 14 points. Woock notched 11 kills and three aces, while Licht had seven kills, a career-high six aces and one block. Veteran left side hitter Brianna Patrick added seven points and 11 digs.Sophomore setter Hayley Goodwin tallied 21 assists and five digs, while rookie setter Lidya Canturk had 14 assists and six digs in the win.UP NEXT: The Blues are back in action tomorrow (Nov. 17) as they travel to St. Catharines, Ont., to take on the Brock Badgers. Opening serve is set for 2 p.m.For more information, scores and highlights on your favourite U of T athletes and teams, please visit www.varsityblues.ca. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for the latest and greatest in Varsity Blues intercollegiate athletics. Print Friendly Version Matchup History Preview Next Match: at Brock University 11/17/2019 | 2:00 p.m.
The company was applauded for bringing forward the request, as in the past operators of arenas have turned a blind eye to drinking in dressing rooms, but as City Manager Dianne Hunter pointed out, municipalities are no longer finding it an acceptable practice. “It’s been a huge issue, not just in Fort St. John,” she says. “It is changing, so this has been a process that we’ve been working really hard with the user groups on. There is a lot of uptake now that drinking in the change room is just not acceptable.” Hunter cites difficulties in getting people out of the building by closing time, and possible damage to facilities as just some of the reasons against allowing drinking in dressing rooms. The event also takes place during the day, when there will be families using the facilities, and students in class at the Energetic Learning Campus. Two similar requests for allowing liquor in dressing rooms have been denied by council before, for similar reasons.- Advertisement – Council has recently updated its alcohol policy, which has a “Zero Tolerance” approach for alcoholic beverages in City facilities, and allows for Beer Gardens or Special Occasion Licences on a case-by-case basis. Hockey teams have agreed to place sanctions on or suspend teammates and coaches caught disobeying the no-liquor rules. Councillor Byron Stewart, who initially supported allowing the licence, says this may be an opportunity to create new policy.”I do see this as an opportunity for a policy to be created, with very strict guidelines,” he says. “If a policy is going to be drawn up at any point in time, I do think this is a good group to work with and a good opportunity to build something that would protect the city and also allow the opportunity in the future for a person to have a couple beers after playing a hockey game.”Advertisement Although DGS Astro is a company respected by City Council, the worry was also that this would open, as Acting Mayor Dan Davies put it, Pandora’s Box of liquor requests. “A licence isn’t going to make any difference in a person’s behaviour after they’ve consumed alcohol,” Hunter argues. “This is really going to be a challenge for the message we’ve given out to other user groups.” Even if council was to approve the licence, it would still be subject to approval by both RCMP and the B.C. Liquor Control and Licensing Branch. Although their request was turned down, participants in next year’s Colas Cup won’t have to go far to enjoy a beverage after their workout, as their celebration will be held at the Curling Club next door.
An exciting adventure awaits twelve creative students from Pobalscoil Ghaoth Dobhair this Sunday as they make their way to the semi-finals of ERP-Junk Koutute 2012.Over the last three months these students have worked tirelessly on designing and making high couture fashion made 100% percent from recycled materials, and the results are astonishing, four fantastic outfits which show an abundance of creativity and flare.The four dresses will be showcased in the Northern Regional Finals this Sunday in the Europa hotel in Belfast. 10% of the points to progress to the next round are generated through online voting so the students at Pobalscoil Ghaoth dobhair are urging you to VOTE VOTE VOTE!! for them on www.junkcouture.com. TOP PIC: La Cygne Noir – Roise Ní Choiléain, Brianna Traynor and Emily Ní Fhríl.Above: Electrical Twist- Fiona Ní Ghallachóir, Aoifa Ní hEarcáin and Sarah Ní Mhaonaigh. Above: Reflection – Sorcha Ní Dhubhcháin, Jennie Nic Giolla Chearra and Aoife Nic Gairbheith.Above: Poka Dot Princess- Aoife Jackson, Lusai Ní Ruisséal and Niamh Ní Shearcaigh.WOW AGAIN! STUNNING ‘JUNK COUTURE DRESSES’ FROM POBALSCOIL GHAOTH DOBHAIR was last modified: March 7th, 2012 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:WOW AGAIN! STUNNING ‘JUNK COUTURE DRESSES’ FROM POBALSCOIL GHAOTH DOBHAIR
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! WHITTIER – Plans are moving forward for a $16.5 million renovation and expansion of Whittier College’s nearly 50-year-old Campus Inn, turning the aging cafeteria into a social focal point where students “can be and be seen,” officials said Wednesday. Preliminary plans approved recently by the college’s Board of Trustees would add approximately 20,000 square feet to the existing 37,000-square-foot facility, which now has a dining area, a bookstore, a cafe, student life and student government offices and a student lounge. After the modernization, the new campus center would have additional rooms for entertaining, a copying center, and a small amphitheater. Construction could begin this summer, officials said. “The campus center is going to be a place where students can be and be seen and find connections with not only their peers but the faculty and staff,” said Barny Peake, director of student activities. A member of the college’s building committee, Peake wrote the initial feasibility study for the center’s renovation. The Campus Inn is on the northeast corner of Painter Avenue and Earlham Drive. Once the project is completed, he said, the new campus center will serve as a cornerstone on the college’s south end, in the same way the Shannon Center anchors the north side of the campus. “We’re really excited about this,” said Jan Legoza, vice president for finance and administration. “This will be a place for students, faculty and staff to meet and come together, to socialize and eat.” Nationally, more and more colleges and universities are updating their on-campus dining facilities, turning them into campus social centers, Peake said. “This is something we feel the students recognized and wanted, and I don’t feel right now that we have a place on campus that has all of these things,” he said. “We can’t wait.” firstname.lastname@example.org (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3051
2 Top scorer in 2019: Messi, Mbappe and Sterling trailing Europe’s top marksman Liverpool set for Champions League boost as Takumi Minamino will be available Atletico handed huge boost for Liverpool tie with Diego Costa returning from injury Getty – Contributor Danny Mills questions why Jurgen Klopp was named FIFA Men’s Coach of the YearTop ScorersSerge Gnabry, Bayern Munch – 4 GoalsErling Braut Haaland, Red Bull Salzburg – 4 GoalsMislav Orsic, Dinamo Zagreb – 3 GoalsRobert Lewandowski, Bayern Munich – 3 GoalsAssistsRoberto Firmino, Liverpool – 3 AssistsTakumi Minamino, Red Bull Salzburg – 3 AssistsHee-Chan Hwang, Red Bull Salzburg – 3 AssistsTop Scoring TeamsBayern Munich – 10 GoalsRed Bull Salzburg – 9 GoalsAjax – 6 Goals on target Getty Images – Getty Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:58Loaded: 16.88%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:58 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreen ready? Bayern Munich star Serge Gnabry Aiming high Matchday Two of this season’s Champions League is now complete with the group stages of Europe’s elite competition starting to take shape.Likes of Manchester City and Bayern Munich have impressed so far this term while Tottenham, Real Madrid and Inter Milan are struggling. BOOST LATEST CHAMPIONS LEAGUE NEWS 2 Ancelotti tells fans he has Champions League dream for Everton Serge Gnabry’s four-goal haul against Tottenham has seen him join Salzburg star Erling Braut Haaland as the competition top scorer.But a host of top names are waiting in the wings to take top spot in the scoring charts as the tournament rumbles on.Here are the key stats in the 2019/20 Champions League. Bayern claimed an incredible 7-2 win at Spurs in the second round of group games while Liverpool held off a shock comeback from Red Bull Salzburg to win 4-3.The third round of group games will be coming up later this month and several ties could prove pivotal to deciding who will make it to the knockout phase.And while progressing out of the groups will be the main focus, several players across Europe may well be keeping an eye on this season’s personal gongs. Red Bull Salzburg star Erling Braut Haaland
31 July 2014 The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform has processed close to 5 000 new applications since President Jacob Zuma signed a law re-opening South Africa’s land claims lodgement process. Zuma signed the Restitution of Land Rights Amendment Act of 2014 at the end of last month, allowing people who were removed from their land under apartheid rule, but who missed an earlier deadline for lodging claims for compensation, to do within the next five years. It is estimated that at least 3.5-million South Africans were forcibly removed from their land as a result of the Native Land Act of 1913, which effectively reserved 87 percent of land in the country for the white minority. To date, an estimated 1.7-million people have benefitted from the country’s restitution programme. Briefing members of Parliament’s portfolio committee on rural development and land reform at the department’s regional office in Mowbray, Cape Town on Wednesday, Chief Land Claims Commissioner Nomfundo Gobodo said the process had gone smoothly since re-opening. “As at 25 July 2014, the claims captured over the past four weeks increased to 4 917. The electronic lodgement system has been stable and all 14 lodgement sites are fully operational.” Gobodo said it was difficult to anticipate how many claimants would lodge new claims going forward, but that her office had the capacity to facilitate all claims. Most new claims are expected to come from individuals and communities who were left out of the previous claims round – between 1994 and 1998 – but have since become aware of their rights. Claims that could not be finalised during the pre-1998 round would be prioritised, Gobodo said. The department will deploy mobile offices to rural areas to help people who might not be able to afford transport to prepare their claims. The offices will ensure that claimants have everything they need to lodge a valid claim – including information on the people on whose behalf they may be claiming – to insure their claims are not disqualified for technical reasons. Phumzile Ngwenya-Mabila, the chairperson of the portfolio committee, said the MPs’ had decided to visit the Mowbray centre in order assess the lodgement process and the progress made since the second phase was opened. Source: SAnews.gov.za