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Hearts of Oak’s Board Member Frank Nelson has said the club is prepared to release defender Godwin Osei Bonsu to Racing Genk.The Belgian club is reported to be preparing a 290,000 dollar bid for the centre back who commences training with the Local Black Stars today.Osei Bonsu has been impressive for the Phobians this season, featuring in most Premier League matches.Frank Nelson said he does not expect Osei Bonsu’s possible exit to endanger Hearts of Oak’s Premier League campaign.He said although the player was central to the performance of the club, the business aspect of Hearts is to be considered in taking the decision.Source: Joy News/Ghana
© 2019 WARNER BROS. ENTERTAINMENT INC.(LOS ANGELES) — On Friday, Warner Bros. released its creepy first peek at It: Chapter 2, the sequel to 2017’s hit big screen adaptation of the Stephen King novel. Taking place nearly three decades after the events of the first film — because evil revisits the town of Derry, Maine every 27 years — the film shows both adult and young versions of the “Losers Club.”Playing the adult roles are Jessica Chastain as Beverly, James McAvoy as Bill, Bill Hader as Ben, James Ransone as Eddie, and Andy Bean as Stanley. Also returning as their It characters in their younger days are Sophia Lillis as Beverly, Finn Wolfhard as Richie, Jeremy Ray Taylor as Ben, Chosen Jacobs as Mike, and Jack Dylan Grazer as Eddie.The teaser centers on Chastain’s character returning to her childhood home, and learning that the sweet old woman who now lives there has a monstrous secret.“No one who dies here ever really dies,” the old woman tells her, before staring her down in the creepiest way possible.Once again, Bill Skarsgard plays Pennywise, the murderous clown. The movie opens September 6.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Angelique Kerber, from Germany, celebrates defeating Madison Keys during singles final action at the Family Circle Cup tennis tournament in Charleston, S.C., Sunday, April 12, 2015. Kerber won the Family Circle Cup by beating Keys 6-2, 4-6, 7-5. (AP Photo/Mic Smith)CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Angelique Kerber rallied past Madison Keys to win the Family Circle Cup on Sunday, capturing six of the last seven games for a 6-2, 4-6, 7-5 victory.This was Kerber’s fourth WTA title and first since Linz in 2013. The German broke serve five times against an opponent who hadn’t lost serve all week.Kerber fell to the ground and covered her face in celebration when Keys’ final shot sailed long. Kerber had defeated friend, countrywoman and defending champion Andrea Petkovic in the semifinals.Kerber trailed 4-1 in the final set, with the 20-year-old American using a strong serve to build what looked like a solid lead. The German won 12 of the next 16 to tie the match. Keys moved in front once more at 5-4 before Kerber took control for good.Kerber won the next game at love, then rallied from 40-0 down to break serve and pull ahead. Keys made four straight errors in the final game to give Kerber the match.Madison Keys celebrates her victory over Lucie Hradecka during semifinal action at the Family Circle Cup tennis tournament in Charleston, S.C., Saturday, April 11, 2015. (AP Photo/Mic Smith)Keys, seeded seventh, entered the final on a strong run. She had dominated four opponents in reaching her first clay-court final. But Kerber was just as relentless at keeping the ball in play and counting on Keys’ aggressiveness to lead to mistakes on the slow surface. Keys finished with 57 unforced errors, nearly three times as many as Kerber’s 21.Kerber broke serve three times in a surprisingly quick opening set. Keys found her footing in the second set to tie the match. She moved Kerber from side to side and used her powerhouse forehand to gain control. That continued into the third set and she built a 4-1 lead.Keys consistently hit serves topping 100 mph. Her consistency, though, didn’t match Kerber’s. Keys made only 66 percent of her first serves while Kerber proved steady at 83 percent.It was the second straight knockdown final for Keys and Kerber. Keys outlasted the German in three sets to win her only WTA title, at Eastbourne last June.
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Motorsport Ireland has enthusiastically welcomed the announcement by Citroën Racing that rising Irish star Craig Breen will be one of their drivers when the car manufacturer returns as a works team in the FIA World Rally Championship next season. FIA WORLD RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP 2016 -WRC Tour de Corse (FRA) – WRC 28/09/2016 to 02/10/2016 – PHOTO : @World It is the first time that an Irish-licenced driver has been signed to a works team in the WRC. Waterford man Breen, who came to prominence this season for the Abu Dhabi Total WRT, and his co-driver Scott Martin have been added to the Citroën team along with French driver Stéphane Lefebvre and his co-driver Gabin Moreau. They join Northern Irish driver Kris Meeke and co-driver Paul Nagle (Kerry), who were confirmed on the team at the end of last year.It means Citroën have two crews considered to be among the most promising young talents in the WRC alongside Dungannon veteran Meeke and Nagle.Alex Sinclair, CEO Motorsport Ireland said: “It is an incredible achievement for any driver to secure a works drive. Craig has come through our youth programmes and fought hard over the years to prove himself as one of the world’s best and this is a just reward for all his effort. With Paul Nagle co-driving for Kris Meeke, the representation of Irish competitors, from both the North and South is phenomenal.”Craig Breen, Citroën Racing works driver, said: “I’m so excited to tell you all that Scott and I will be driving for Citroën Racing in the WRC for the next two years! This is the stuff that dreams are made of, thank you so much to everybody who has made this possible!”He has driven for Citroën in a DS 3 in four WRC rounds this year achieving top 10 finishes in each. The season highlights included claiming a maiden podium with third place in Finland and finishing fifth in Corsica last weekend.Yves Matton, Citroën Racing Team Principal: “We had several scenarios regarding the choice of our crews for the future. Kris Meeke was confirmed at the end of last year and has become the natural leader of the team.“In choosing two young crews to complete the line-up, I don’t think we can be accused of having gone for the easy option. But this original solution is very much aligned with Citroën’s mindset. And having seen them compete this season for the Abu Dhabi Total WRT, we believe in the potential of Craig Breen and Stéphane Lefebvre.They have the natural talent, motivation and work ethic to win rallies. I would also say we are proud to take these young drivers up to the top level of the sport.”The choice is very much in line with Citroën’s long-held policy aimed at identifying and developing talented young rally drivers. In the last 15 years or more, Citroën has identified some of the best in the business: Loeb, Ogier, Sordo, Neuville, Camilli and of course Meeke. Breen and Lefebvre are destined to add their names to this illustrious list!Citroën Racing continues to prepare for its return as a works team in the FIA World Rally Championship. Since April of this year, the Citroën C3 WRC has completed seven development tests, both on gravel and tarmac, and is now very close to the final version.Already involved in the development of the Citroën C3 WRC, Kris Meeke, Craig Breen, Stéphane Lefebvre and Sheikh Khalid Al Qassimi will continue to conduct testing until the new car completes homologation. At the same time, they will be competing at this year’s Rally de España (Meeke, Breen, Al-Qassimi) and Wales Rally GB (Meeke, Breen, Lefebvre) in order to acquire experience driving the current cars.At the start of the season the team will enter two Citroën C3 WRCs – one for Meeke and the other for either Breen or Lefebvre. The exact distribution of events to drivers will be announced at a later stage and Citroën will start entering three cars as soon as possible.The FIA’s World Motorsport Council recently decided it would let manufacturers enter three cars, the top two scoring points towards the Manufacturers World Championship.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Intermediate Hurling Championship – Group 1, Venue: Loughrea, (Round 2), Oranmore-Maree V Meelick-Eyrecourt 19:00, Ref: Liam GordonDivision 4 League, Venue: Ballinasloe, (Round 3), Ballinasloe V Glenamaddy 20:00, Ref: Martin FlahertyJohn Dunne Cup , Venue: Pairc Ros a’Mhil, (Semi Final ), An Cheathru Rua V Barna 20:00, Ref: Tommy Faherty (S)Car Parts Warehouse Division 7 (West), Venue: South Park, (Round 4), Gaeil na Gaillimhe V An Cheathru Rua 20:00, Ref: Frank WalshDivision 6 (North), Venue: Claregalway Knockdoemore, (Round 4), Claregalway V Caltra 20:00, Ref: Austin O ConnellDivision 8A (North), Venue: Dunmore, (Round 3), Dunmore MacHales V Milltown 20:00, Ref: Charlie Ward Sat 03 Jun Senior A Hurling Championship – Group 1, Venue: Duggan Park , (Round 3), Loughrea V Cappataggle 18:30, Ref: Seamus MoranSenior A Hurling Championship – Group 2, Venue: Duggan Park , (Round 3), Portumna V Turloughmore 13:00, Ref: Shane HynesSenior B Hurling Championship – Group 1, Venue: Loughrea, (Round 3), Beagh V Castlegar 17:00, Ref: Leonard FaySenior B Hurling Championship – Group 1, Venue: Kenny Park, (Round 3), Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry V Clarinbridge 17:00, Ref: Eoin ShaughnessySenior B Hurling Championship – Group 2, Venue: Kenny Park, (Round 3), Ahascragh/Fohenagh V Abbeyknockmoy 14:00, Ref: John Mc DonaghSenior B Hurling Championship – Group 2, Venue: Duggan Park , (Round 3), Athenry V Kilnadeema-Leitrim 17:00, Ref: Joe LarkinSenior B Hurling Championship – Group 2, Venue: Pearse Stadium, (Round 3), Killimordaly V Moycullen 19:00, Ref: Paul FahyIntermediate Hurling Championship – Group 1, Venue: Kenny Park, (Round 5), Clarinbridge V Kinvara 15:30, Ref: Richard Mc NicholasIntermediate Hurling Championship – Group 2, Venue: Loughrea, (Round 3), Killimor V An Spideal 15:30, Ref: Michael ConwayIntermediate Hurling Championship – Group 2, Venue: Craughwell, (Round 3), Annaghdown V Kilbeacanty 16:00, Ref: Derek KellyIntermediate Hurling Championship – Group 2, Venue: Carnmore, (Round 3), Ballinderreen V Rahoon-Newcastle 18:00, Ref: Kevin EganJunior A Hurling Championship – Group 3, Venue: Turloughmore, (Round 4), Gort V Skehana 17:00, Ref: Adrian MooneyCar Parts Warehouse Division 5 (West), Venue: Ros Muc, (Round 5), Na Piarsaigh V Salthill-Knocknacarra 19:00, Ref: Padraig Mac DonnchaCar Parts Warehouse Division 6 (West), Venue: Carna, (Round 5), Carna-Caiseal V Naomh Anna, Leitir Mir 19:00, Ref: Mairtn O Curraoin (coilm)Division 5 (North), Venue: Mervue, (Round 4), St. James V Milltown 18:30, Ref: Richard Mc NicholasDivision 5 (North), Venue: Glinsk G.A.A.Pitch, (Round 4), Glinsk V Corofin 18:30, Ref: John CahillDivision 7 (North), Venue: Barnaderg , (Round 3), Killererin V St Brendan’s 18:30, Ref: Gerry MooreDivision 7 (North), Venue: Caherlistrane, (Round 4), Caherlistrane V Tuam Stars 18:30, Ref: John DevlinSun 04 Jun Senior A Hurling Championship – Group 1, Venue: Duggan Park , (Round 3), Tommy Larkins V Mullagh 14:00, Ref: John KeaneSenior A Hurling Championship – Group 2, Venue: Duggan Park , (Round 3), Sarsfields V Padraig Pearses 15:30, Ref: Peter MurphySenior A Hurling Championship – Group 2, Venue: Kenny Park, (Round 3), Gort V St Thomas 18:00, Ref: Alan KellySenior B Hurling Championship – Group 1, Venue: Kenny Park, (Round 3), Ardrahan V Carnmore 16:30, Ref: Ger O ConnorJunior A Hurling Championship – Group 2, Venue: Ahascragh, (Round 4), Loughrea V Ballygar 12:00, Ref: David DillonJunior B Hurling Championship – Group 1, Venue: Abbeyknockmoy, (Round 2), Abbeyknockmoy V Kiltormer 12:00, Ref: Vincent BurkeJunior B Hurling Championship – Group 2, Venue: Killimordaly, (Round 2), Killimordaly V Ahascragh/Fohenagh 12:00, Ref: James LundonJunior B Hurling Championship – Group 2, Venue: Killimor, (Round 2), Killimor V Mountbellew/Moylough 12:00, Ref: John RosneyJunior B Hurling Championship – Group 3, Venue: Baile Doite Pitch & Clubhouse, (Round 3), Moycullen V Portumna 12:00, Ref: Pat McGrathDivision 8A (North), Venue: Glenamaddy, (Round 3), Glenamaddy V Corofin 12:00, Ref: Anthony CoyneDivision 8B (North), Venue: Mountbellew, (Round 3), Mountbellew/Moylough V St Gabriel’s 14:00, Ref: Sean LyonsMon 05 Jun U14 A Hurling Championship, Venue: Kenny Park, (Cup Final), Craughwell V Loughrea 19:30, Ref: Paul FahyU14 B1 Hurling Championship, Venue: Kenny Park, (Shield Final), St Thomas V Sylane 18:30, Ref: Conor QuinlanU14 C1 Hurling Championship, Venue: Skehana, (Shield Semi Final), Skehana V Clifden 15:00, Ref: TBCJunior A Hurling Championship – Group 1, Venue: Carnmore, (Round 4), Liam Mellows V Athenry 15:00, Ref: Sean MoranJunior A Hurling Championship – Group 1, Venue: Loughrea, (Round 4), Turloughmore V Meelick-Eyrecourt 16:30, Ref: Ronan StankardJunior A Hurling Championship – Group 1, Venue: Kenny Park, (Round 4), Bearna-Na Forbacha V Sarsfields 16:30, Ref: Conor QuinlanJunior A Hurling Championship – Group 2, Venue: Kenny Park, (Round 4), Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry V Salthill-Knocknacarra 15:00, Ref: Paschal SheehanJunior A Hurling Championship – Group 3, Venue: Carnmore, (Round 4), Michael Breathnach V Kinvara 16:30, Ref: David StauntonJunior B Hurling Championship – Group 3, Venue: Kilconieron, (Round 3), Kilconieron V Carnmore 12:00, Ref: Kevin EganJunior B Hurling Championship – Group 3, Venue: Cregg, (Round 3), Annaghdown V Oranmore-Maree 12:00, Ref: Adrian MooneyUnder 12 Hurling League – Group 1, Venue: Clarinbridge, (Round 3), Clarinbridge V Turloughmore 11:00, Ref: Ronan StankardCar Parts Warehouse Division 5 (West), Venue: Killannin, (Round 5), Killanin V Moycullen 18:30, Ref: Tom NallyCar Parts Warehouse Division 6 (West), Venue: Crestwood, (Round 5), Fr Griffins/ire g V An Spideal 18:30, Ref: Frank KinneenTue 06 Jun U14 Football Division 1 North, Venue: St Brendan’s Loughrea, (Round 5), Loughrea V Mountbellew/Moylough 19:00, Ref: John RosneyU14 A Hurling Championship, Venue: Duggan Park , (Shield Final), Clarinbridge V Sarsfields 19:30, Ref: Darragh KellyU14 C1 Hurling Championship, Venue: Duggan Park , (Cup Final), Four Roads V Sarsfields 18:30, Ref: Brian KeonWed 07 Jun Under 12 Hurling League – Group 4, Venue: Woodford, (Round 4), Tommy Larkins V Kilnadeema-Leitrim 18:45, Ref: Derek KellyCar Parts Warehouse Division 5 (West), Venue: Indreabhn, (Round 5), Michael Breathnach V An Cheathru Rua 20:00, Ref: Ciarain O ConaireCar Parts Warehouse Division 6 (West), Venue: The Prairie, (Round 5), Salthill-Knocknacarra V Barna 20:00, Ref: Alan Carrprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Fri June 2ndSenior A Hurling Championship – Group 1, Venue: Kenny Park, (Round 3), Liam Mellows V Craughwell 19:00, Ref: Gerry Donoghue
I’ve Got Your Back: Debra Coffey, Co. Clare, Norma Carty, Wexford and Claire McLoughlin, Galway pictured at the Frances Thornton Memorial Galway Bay Swim for Cancer Care West.Photo : Murtography Each swimmer needs a boat to follow and track their swim, organisers are again this year asking any boat owner to get in contact with the hope they can volunteer their services on the day. The most suitable boat type is a RIB (Rigid Inflatable Boat ) fitted with an outboard engine and we are again asking people to help support the swimmers in this year’s swim across the Bay, “explained Ciaran Oliver of Galway Bay Boat Tours.Ciaran went onto say, ‘ideally we are looking for Ribs and small motor boats, but any other suitable pleasure craft between 5 and 8 metres would be considered. However we are urging people to get in touch and we can then pull together resources from what we have and ensure that this swim is again a safety success.”The swim which is now sold out will see close to 130 swimmers taking part this year it is now one of Ireland’s biggest and longest one day swims. Starting from Auginish in Co. Clare and finishing at Blackrock Diving Tower in Salthill, the swim is a distance of roughly 13 kilometres….if you swim straight.This year there will be 65 solo swimmers and 65 relay swimmers taking part in teams of 2,3 and 4 swimmers. Since the swim began 13 years ago, 569 people have swum the Bay and this year again it will be a mixture of swimmers who have completed the swim every year and complete novices.Last year’s swim raised €108,000 for Cancer Care West and we are hoping to beat that this year. The monies raised will help fund the expansion of our support services for cancer patients including a counselling service for children and a dedicated gym rehabilitation space for cancer patients.The Frances Thornton Memorial Galway Bay Swim will take place on Saturday July 21st. People are invited to go down to Blackrock diving tower, Salthill to welcome the swimmers home from 12 Noon.To volunteer or for more details check out http://www.galwaybayswim.com/ or on www.facebook.com/galwaybayswim Now in its 13th year, the Frances Thornton Memorial Galway Bay Swim in aid of Cancer Care West returns to the waters of Galway Bay this July. Safety is a priority for the swim, each year the event reaches out to the maritime community in the west to support the swim through boat support. The annual Galway Bay Swim which will take place on Saturday 21st July is looking for volunteers and boats to assist in this year’s race. I’ve Got Your Back: Debra Coffey, Co. Clare, Norma Carty, Wexford and Claire McLoughlin, Galway pictured at the Frances Thornton Memorial Galway Bay Swim for Cancer Care West. Photo : Murtographyprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
TOTTENHAM defender Cameron Carter-Vickers is heading back to the Championship after signing a season-long loan deal with Swansea City.The 20-year-old USA international spent the first half of last campaign at Sheffield United before switching to Ipswich Town for the remainder of the season.4 Cameron Carter-Vickers will spend the season on loan at Swansea CityCredit: Getty – ContributorThis summer he signed a new long-term contract with Spurs until 2021 but, with fierce competition for places in Mauricio Pochettino’s team, the club are happy for the young prospect to gain regular playing opportunities elsewhere.The defender was linked with a number of Championship clubs, with the loan window for English Football League clubs open until August 31.Swansea were on the lookout for defensive reinforcements after selling centre-backs Alfie Mawson, Federico Fernandez, Kyle Bartley and Jordi Amat this summer.And the Swans managed to land their target in Carter-Vickers.4 Carter-Vickers played for Sheffield United and Ipswich Town last seasonCredit: Getty – Contributor4 The USA international joined the Spurs academy as an 11-year-oldCredit: AFP or licensorsHe told the club’s website: “I am super excited. Swansea is a massive club and I can’t wait to get out training with the boys.“When I spoke to the manager [Graham Potter] he told me how they wanted to play.“I have watched them play a few times this season and you can see they play good football. I am looking forward to being part of that.”Carter-Vickers, who has played for his country four times, watched on as Swansea’s unbeaten start to the season came to an end on Saturday with defeat to Bristol City.Cameron Carter-Vickers has joined Swansea City on loan for the remainder of the season, subject to international clearance.Good luck, @cameroncv2. pic.twitter.com/uZNcPSsIuQ— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) August 25, 2018 4 The 20-year-old is not short of Championship experienceCredit: REUTERSMost read in footballRETRACING STEPSJack Charlton’s granddaughter Emma Wilkinson ‘would love’ to visit IrelandROY RAGEFurious Roy Keane launched foul-mouthed rant at Pique over Fabregas friendshipPicturedTOP FORMBrazil icon Ronaldo soaks up sun with partner Celina Locks on yacht in FormenteraPicturedON THE PAOLPaolo Maldini shows off shredded physique at 52 while on holiday with wifeExclusiveLOCK CLOWNPaul Scholes flouts local lockdown rules by throwing huge 7-hour birthday bashLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old TraffordPotter said: “It’s an area of the pitch that we need help in and competition because we’ve got Mike [van der Hoorn] and Joe [Rodon].”He [Carter-Vickers] has had experience in the Championship last year and the year before as well.”He’s been at Tottenham, he’s got some really good attributes that we can use and we’re looking forward to working with him and helping him improve. Hopefully he can help us.”Mauricio Pochettino believes that Tottenham can win at Old Trafford for the first time since under Tim Sherwood in 2014
Tyson Slade runs for TD, throws for another for TigersBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterOSHKOSH — Marshfield got off to a quick start, scoring on its first possession, but it could not stop Oshkosh North as the Spartans ran off six unanswered touchdowns, and the Tigers dropped a 42-21 decision on Friday in a Valley Football Association South Division game at Titan Stadium.Tyler Kujawa completed just 4 of 8 passes, but three of his connections went for touchdowns. He hit Sam Herkert on TD throws of 35 and 43 yards in the first quarter and tossed a 53-yard scoring strike to Cameron Sorenson in the second that put North (5-3, 4-3 VFA South) on top 28-7 at halftime.North led 42-7 before the Tigers scored two late touchdowns. Quarterback Tyson Slade, who threw a 9-yard touchdown pass to Zach McManus in the first quarter, had a 4-yard scoring run in the final minute of the third quarter.Nick Hoheisel added a 22-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter to finish the scoring for the Tigers.Hoheisel had his eighth-straight 100-yard rushing game, running for 160 yards on 25 carries.North is now playoff eligible, and Marshfield was eliminated from postseason contention as it drops to 3-5 overall and 2-5 in the VFA South.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)Spartans 42, Tigers 21Marshfield 7 0 7 7 – 21Oshkosh North 13 15 14 0 – 42First QuarterM – Zach McManus 9 pass from Tyson Slade (McManus kick), 7:04.ON – Sam Herkert 35 pass from Tyler Kujawa (kick missed), 4:34.ON – Herkert 43 pass from Kujawa (Herkert kick), 0:51.Second QuarterON – Eliot Dittmer 1 run (Herkert kick), 7:30.ON – Cameron Sorenson 53 pass from Kujawa (pass good), 1:56.Third QuarterON – Geoffrey Cullen 4 run (Herkert kick), 10:24.ON – Dittmer 5 run (Herkert kick), 8:55.M – Slade 4 run (McManus kick), 0:41.Fourth QuarterM – Nick Hoheisel 22 run (McManus kick), 3:52.Individual LeadersRushing: M, Nick Hoheisel 25-160. ON, Eliot Dittmer 20-137, Geoffrey Cullen 6-42.Passing: M, Tyson Slade 13-27-181. ON, Tyler Kujawa 4-8-142.Receiving: M, Jon Hardinger 3-43, Isaac Huettl 3-47, Braden Bohman 3-47. ON, Sam Herkert 2-78, Cameron Sorenson 2-64.Records: Marshfield 3-5, 2-5 Valley Football Association South Division; Oshkosh North 5-3, 4-3 VFA South.