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  • Lucas Pérez, favorite in the casting of 9 Barça

    first_imgThe Alavés forward (31 years, 8 goals this season and 20 million clause) seems to be the best placed player. The reason is that the Alavés could negotiate a price below its termination clause, which neither Getafe nor Girona seem to be willing to do as reported by the Cadena SER.The technical secretariat of the club also speaks of other options that have not transcended the press and that could interest the technical culé. The Cup match in San Mamés showed, among other things, that Barcelona has an urgent need to strengthen its front. The lack of effectiveness against the front of the Blaugrana strikers condemned the set of Setién to remain attached to the competition. Today, Barça at the request of its technician has activated the search for an attacker who occupies the place of the injured Ousmane Dembélé, which will be operated on Tuesday in Finland and who would be discharged, if the medical committee of the Spanish Football Federation accepts it.The casting of strikers, who must play in Spain or be without a team, seems to be reduced with each passing day. Two of the goals that Barça valued, such as Ángel del Getafe (32 years, 13 goals this season and 10 million clause) and the attacker of Girona Stuani (33 years, 20 goals this season and 25 million clause) seem to have remained lagging behind Regarding Lucas Pérez. In fact, Setién has requested the club to hire a striker to reinforce its workforce, although in public maintain the position that if no one arrives, trust what is there to move the season forward.last_img read more

  • City, Leicester highlight ‘Prem’ weekend

    first_imgMANCHESTER, England (AP):It sums up the erratic nature of this season’s Premier League that a match between Chelsea and Manchester United has been relegated to a mere sideshow just as the title race is getting interesting.Instead, this weekend is all about whether Leicester can pull off their biggest shock yet and finally be recognised as genuine title contenders.Leicester, which battled relegation all of last season, take a three-point lead to Manchester City today in a match between the top-two sides in the league. A victory would guarantee Leicester at least a five-point lead with 13 matches remaining.Surely that would make the team favourites for the title, and set up one of the most unlikely storyline in English football history.”It’s not a coincidence we’re top of the table,” Leicester midfielder Danny Drinkwater said. “This is team spirit at its highest. We won’t stop believing.”We’re staying on the ground, but if we carry on the way we are, then why not have the belief (to win the league)? It would go down in history surely.”Even a draw would be fine for Leicester, which visit another title challenger in Arsenal the following weekend before a benign run of games.City, though, will want to send a message to Leicester’s upstarts and collect a fourth straight win in all competitions to take over in first place on goal difference.Seeking a third league title in five years, City have extra motivation for the run-in – giving departing coach Manuel Pellegrini a successful send-off after it was announced this week that Pep Guardiola would the club’s manager from next season.”Manchester (City) are built to win the title, to win the Champions League,” Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri said Thursday as he continued to downplay his team’s chances of winning the league.Asked who will win the title, Ranieri chuckled and said with a smile: “The others.”City said Thursday that captain Vincent Kompany is back in training after a six-week lay-off with a calf injury.Chelsea – the defending champions – and Manchester United – a record 20-time champion – already are also-rans in the title race, although United will boost their ambitions of qualifying for the Champions League with a win at Stamford Bridge tomorrow. United are in fifth place, five points off the Champions League qualification spots and 10 points behind Leicester.Chelsea are 13th and can probably forget about making up ground to the European positions in the top five.Arsenal are winless in their last four league games and have dropped to fourth, behind Tottenham on goal difference, ahead of a visit to Bournemouth tomorrow.Also today, it’s: Liverpool vs. Sunderland; Aston Villa vs Norwich; Newcastle vs West Bromwich Albion; Swansea vs Crystal Palace; and Southampton vs West Ham.last_img read more

  • Venus, Serena Williams join Billie Jean King equal pay push

    first_imgView comments Added King: “They’ve been through a lot themselves, so they totally understand what’s going on. The two of them have transcended sports. The BJKLI is not about sports. It’s about every industry. To try to get equal pay for equal work, and that means across the board, from CEOs down to entry level.”Her group was formed in 2014, and other advisory board members include 2003 U.S. Open champion Andy Roddick, former NBA player Jason Collins, singer Elton John and CNN’s Christiane Amanpour.It was a pretty easy sell for King to add the Williams siblings, owners of a combined 30 Grand Slam singles titles, along with another 14 they’ve won together in doubles.“We always put our hands up for Billie. We love her. She has a tremendous history, not just in women’s tennis, but in leading rights for people, in general, no matter who they were,” Venus Williams said. “Billie could be at the point in her life now where she could say, ‘Hey, I’m going to sit back and enjoy my life.’ But she’s still working hard for others. And that’s a prime example for every single person. Your work on this earth never ends, as long as there is inequality.”King, for her part, looks at the Williams sisters as among those who can carry on the work she started decades ago.ADVERTISEMENT The following afternoon, she won one of her seven major singles championships. About 1½ years later, Wimbledon announced it would, indeed, offer the same prize money to men and women in all rounds of the tournament, and the French Open soon followed suit, eliminating the pay gap at the four majors.Now, Williams and her sister, Serena, are adding their names and voices to the push for equal pay across all types of jobs that the Billie Jean King Leadership Initiative (BJKLI) is championing.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownThe two current tennis stars are joining the advisory board of the group founded by the former player, and Tuesday’s announcement was timed to coincide with Equal Pay Day, which approximates how far into a new year a woman must work to earn what a man made by the previous Dec. 31.“Venus, in particular, helped us get equal prize money in the majors. She was amazing. She really got Wimbledon to make the big step,” King said in a telephone interview. “Venus has always had the courage to step up. And Serena’s the same way. They step up. I mean, Serena is not afraid to say whatever is on her mind.” MOST READ Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. 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FILE – In this March 2, 2009, file photo, Billie Jean King is flanked by Venus, left, and Serena Williams after Serena defeated Venus in the championship match of the Billie Jean King Cup tennis exhibition, at Madison Square Garden in New York. Venus and Serena Williams are adding their names and voices to the push for equal pay championed by the Billie Jean King Leadership Initiative. The two current tennis stars are joining the advisory board of the group founded by the former player. (AP Photo/Stephen Chernin, File)A day before playing in the 2005 final at the All England Club, Venus Williams addressed a meeting of the Grand Slam Board, urging Wimbledon and the French Open to offer equal pay to male and female players.“I said: ‘All of our hearts beat the same. When your eyes are closed, you really can’t tell, next to you, who’s a man and who’s a woman.’ And (I asked them) to think about their daughters and their wives and sisters. How would they like them to be treated?” Williams recalled. “Sometimes, we lose track of, and don’t even realize, our own bias and our own prejudice. And we have to confront ourselves.”ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

  • Offshore Technology Conference results in more interest in foreign/local partnerships – GCCI President

    first_imgGCCI President Nicholas BoyerWith a team from Guyana having participated at the Offshore Technology Conference in Texas, the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) has revealed that their presence resulted in increased foreign interest in local partnerships.This is according to GCCI President Nicholas Boyer, who was at the time hosting a press conference on Wednesday. Boyer was asked what tangible benefits arose out of the Conference, which lasted from May 6-9.“There were a lot of agencies or organisations interested in partnering with the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce. And we had a number of non-resident companies interested in joining our membership. So from our perspective the trade mission was a success,” Boyer said.According to Boyer, the GCCI team also participated in a supplier caucus sponsored by ExxonMobil, where they made presentations to between 300 and 400 of the oil company’s suppliers.“I think that the information presented there satisfied a thirst for what was going on in the Guyana market. It really gave people an overview of the Government’s perspective, so we had the Department of Energy presenting.”“We also had the Guyana Geology and Mines presenting and they gave an overview of the basin. And then I presented and gave an overview of what the Private Sector was expecting from this oil find.”Meanwhile, past GCCI President, Vishnu Doerga noted that investors seemed most interested in sectors such as transportation, logistics, equipment and supplies. He noted that individual companies have already made their connections with their foreign counterparts.“In short, I think every company that was there found either similar companies that were in their industries or close and made connections that they could then use to import skill sets, systems and then begin to provide those services to the tier one oil companies.”Guyana’s Government, through the Office for Investment (GO-Invest), collaborated with the GCCI to facilitate the participation of representatives from approximately 24 local companies and several state agencies.The OTC provides a platform where energy professionals meet to exchange ideas and opinions to advance scientific and technical knowledge for offshore resources and environmental matters.The Conference, which concluded on Thursday, was held at Houston’s NRG Park from May 4. Guyana’s participation at OTC is being funded by Private Sector sponsorship, along with approximately 20 per cent funding from the Government.The Offshore Technology Conference was founded in 1969, and forms a series of conferences and exhibitions focused on the exchanging technical knowledge relevant to the development of offshore energy resources, primarily oil and natural gas.Scenes from the conferencelast_img read more

  • Guyana urged to intensify climate change fight

    first_img…after universal periodic review from UNBy Jarryl BryanWith its low-lying coast containing an abundance of agriculture, sometimes all that stands between Guyana’s food security and the fury of the ocean is the seawall. And after a review of the situation, the United Nations has urged Guyana to intensify its climate change fight.The recent result of overtopping and flooding in MahaicaThis is contained in the publication Climate change and human rights: contributions by and for Latin America and the Caribbean, released recently by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).According to the publication, Guyana was one of only a few countries in the region to not make any climate change recommendations. Cuba and Haiti top the list for the number of recommendations they made and received.Guyana did receive one recommendation and it was a crucial one. According to the publication, Guyana should “continue and intensify programmes aimed at mitigating climate change negative impacts on food security and environment, and share the experience gained in this field with interested countries”.The publication also tied climate change and energy with gender equality. According to ECLAC, Guyana should review its climate change and energy policies, especially those related to the oil and gas sector, in order to develop a disaster risk reduction strategy.ECLAC noted that this strategy should consider the negative effects of climate change on gender equality and the lives of women and their families. This, it was noted, should especially focus on those in the danger zones, that is, areas below sea level.“The Committee also recommended that Guyana include a gender assessment in all environmental impact assessments and establish a mechanism to monitor the implementation of those assessments and to guarantee that rural and Amerindian women can fully contribute to the development of the country,” the report states.According to ECLAC, this should include them being able to “give their free, prior and informed consent before any development, business, agro-industrial or extractive projects affecting their traditional lands and resources are initiated, whether carried out by national or foreign enterprises, (and to ensure they) can take advantage of adequate benefit-sharing agreements and are provided with adequate alternative livelihood”.The organisation’s recommendations to Guyana come after the UN’s Universal Periodic Review (UPR), which is done every four and a half years on the basis of a national report from the country being reviewed. Also taken into account during the review were contributions from the UN and information presented by relevant stakeholders including civil society.Over the past few months, the country has had to deal with climate change close up after flooding in Mahaica in October saw more than 300 acres of rice being destroyed and hundreds of acres being put under threat of destruction by salt water. In addition, livestock was destroyed and properties sustained damages.Besides the destruction of acres of the rice crop itself caused by the water, it had been reported that the flooded land was no longer suitable for rice production since the soil composition had become too salty.In the case of the sea defence at Dantzig, Mahaica, salt water from the ocean flowed onto the land when it was breached. Residents reported that the water impacted livestock, rice fields and vegetable farms. Persons in residential areas were also affected.Checks by this publication on the affected areas weeks after several villages were first inundated revealed that persons were still losing livestock and the area is plagued by mosquitoes.last_img read more

  • “Bruckup” found guilty of 2017 nightclub murder

    first_imgShawn Harris, called “Shawny” or “Brukup”, a mason formerly of Lot 40 Bougainvillea Park, East Bank Demerara (EBD) and Lot 131 Pike Street, Kitty, was on Monday found guilty of the murder of Sunil Singh, who was knifed to death during a row outside the Blue Martini Nightclub in 2017.Guilty of murder: Shawn Harris, called “Shawny” or “Brukup”Harris had initially pleaded not guilty to the charge which stated that on February 5, 2017, he murdered Singh. However, he was convicted of same before Justice Jo Ann Barlow at the Demerara High Court after deliberations by a 12-member jury ended.As such, “Brukup” is expected to be sentenced on January 16, 2020. He is being represented by Attorney-at-Law Maxwell McKay while the State is being represented by Prosecutors Shawnette Austin and Sarah Martin.Guyana Times had previously reported that Singh was fatally stabbed in the nightclub when he attempted to rescue an employee, who was being attacked by three men.The men attempted to enter the premises after closing hours, but were informed by the bartender that they could not enter. This led to an argument and during the subsequent altercation, the now convicted man whipped out a knife stabbing the employee, which led to Singh intervening. Singh, in the process of assisting the employee, hit Harris, who turned around and stabbed him about his body.Singh was rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital and pronounced dead on arrival.Harris was also charged, along with three others, in connection with the Bank of Baroda robbery committed at its Mon Repos, East Coast Demerara (ECD) branch on January 22, 2016.last_img read more

  • Six Flags workers to eye accord

    first_imgVALENCIA – A threatened strike by Six Flags California’s Magic Mountain roller-coaster maintenance workers may have been averted by a tentative agreement between union leaders and the park owners. The tentative pact, reached early Saturday between Six Flags Inc. and International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers representatives, will be voted on by workers today in a secret-ballot vote, said IAMAW union representative Don Whitaker. Had an agreement not been reached, workers had planned to strike at 12:01 a.m. today. “(Negotiations) were very, very tough,” Whitaker said Saturday. “As of last night, we thought we’d have a strike.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson Details of the tentative agreement were not made public, but Whitaker said, “It’s not everything we wanted, but it’s a lot more than the company was willing to give.” Union maintenance workers at Magic Mountain are paid up to 30 percent less than their counterparts at Disneyland and Universal Studios theme parks, he said. The union wants to lift Six Flags workers’ pay to what he called “industry standards.” Six Flags public relations manager Sue Carpenter said she was “very optimistic that the agreement will be ratified.” “If it’s not, we are fully prepared to operate as normal, with trained, certified and experienced workers from other Six Flags parks,” she said. Replacement workers have been brought to Valencia and “we’re prepared to keep them as long as necessary,” Carpenter said. Magic Mountain is the only Six Flags park in the United States currently open; the company’s other amusement parks do not begin operations until late spring, she said. 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


    first_imgMoville GAA News:The minor girls will also begin their ulster championship campaign with a home tie against Tyrone champions Errigal Ciaran on Sunday 15th of November at the carrick field. Please come along and show your support for the girls.  Underage training takes place at 10am every Saturday morning for toddlers, under 6s, under 8s and under 10s. All new players welcome. T All club gear available to purchase from the clubhouse every Saturday morning between 10am and 11am from now to christmas and can be seen on the clubs Facebook page.  Last week’s lotto numbers where 7,13,18,23 and the €50 runner up was Brendan Diver (Snr), next week’s Jackpot is €3500. Thanks for your continued support. The annual club dinner dance takes place Friday 27th of November in the Redcastle Hotel and music from the David Craig band.GAA NEWS: MOVILLE MINOR GIRLS DRAWN TO FACE ERRIGAL CIARAN IN ULSTER CHAMPIONSHIP was last modified: October 14th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:GAASportlast_img read more


    first_imgRun Donegal Womens 5k event will be held this Sunday 15th April in the beautiful surroundings of Glenveagh National Park startingt at 11am.Ladies you can register and collect your t shirt from 9.30 at Visitors Centre, Glenveagh on morning of race.There will be microchip timing for runners a first time in Donegal.Then start point of the race is approx 1 mile from Visitors centre so we are urging everyone that it is important to get there in good time. Everyone is welcome- from runners, Walkers, mothers with push chairs,joggers. Its going to be our day. Registration is €10.00 and proceed are in aid of Rape Crisis Centre and Cara House. So ladies come on lets get out there and support these great causes while enjoying ourselves at the same time. Check out our facebook page “Run Donegal Womens 5k 2012”  RUN DONEGAL WOMEN’S 5K AT GLENVEAGH NATIONAL PARK was last modified: April 10th, 2012 by StephenShare 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:RUN DONEGAL WOMEN’S 5Klast_img read more

  • High School Scoreboard – 10/12

    first_imgFOOTBALL NONLEAGUE Thursday El Rancho vs. Whittier, at California HS, 7 p.m. Friday La Serna at California, 7 p.m. St. Paul at St. Francis, 7:30 p.m. Santa Fe at Pioneer, 7 p.m. Buena Park at La Habra, 7 p.m. Campbell Hall vs. Whittier Christian, at Whittier College, 7 p.m. Artesia at La Mirada, 7 p.m. Schurr at Montebello, 7 p.m. Bell-Jeff at Cantwell, 7 p.m. Saturday No games scheduled BOYS CROSS COUNTRY Olympic League at Arcadia County Park Maranatha, 15, Valley Christian 48. Maranatha 19, Whittier Chris 45. Whittier 24, Valley 36 1. Tony Hilling (M) 16:46, 2. David Abernathy (WC) 16:58, 3. Ryan Chin (M) 17:00 4. Andrew Yen (M) 17:00, 5. Cory Martinez (M) 17:00. Records: Maranatha 6-0, Whittier Christian 3-2, Valley Christian 2-3. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week GIRLS TENNIS DEL RIO LEAGUE La Serna 16, California 2 At La Serna HS Singles: La Serna — Tiffany Lecong 3-0, Joann Janchoi 1-1, Stacey Miller 1-0, Nicole Lee 3-0. California — Vanessa Machuca 1-2, Carrie Bogdonof 0-3, Gia Castro 0-3 Doubles: La Serna — Larissa Von Lockner-Lucia Prieto 3-0, Ally Rudolth-Gabby Gottlieb 3-0, Madeline Pena-Leslie Diaz 1-0, Liz McFarland-Christie Sosa 0-1, Alex Gillestie-Tiffany Chau 1-0. California- Stephanie Granado-Brenda Castellano 0-3, Nicole Duffy-Daisy Gonzalez 1-2, Evelyn Cabadas-Susan Ruiz 0-3. Records: La Serna 10-1, 4-1; California 4-5, 2-2. VALLE VISTA LEAGUE Covina 13, Northview 5 At Northview HS Singles: Covina — Jacqueline Nguyen 2-1, Meg Tiangco 3-0, Benya Pokpongkiat 1-2. Northview –Natasha Evans 1-2, Tiffany Leung 2-1, Mariteff Avistorena 0-3. Doubles: Covina –Wendy Ojeda-Jazmyn Lopez 2-1, Grace Liao-Kimee Sarcos 3-0, Rebecca Prelle-Marr Tiangco 2-1. Northview — Sierra Hinzo-Desiree Mora 0-3, Patricia Rodriguez-Jessica Rueda 2-1, Munel Magadia-Bonnie Yn 0-3. Records: Covina 5-0; Northview 2-3. NONLEAGUE Wilson 12, Rowland 6 At Rowland HS Singles: Wilson — Marcia Oen 3-0, Sylvia Tang 2-1, Audrey Yanesato 2-1. Rowland — Maritza Puliog 0-1, Patty Liu 0-2, Andrea Tan 0-3, Grace Hoanl 1-0, Sophia Ktai 1-1. Doubles: Wilson –Samantha Gonzales-Catherine Ho 0-1, Samantha Gonzales-Cynthia Joe 1-1, Amanda Yang-Rachel Tsao 2-1, Saori Hanamure-Synthia Okihara 2-1. Rowland — Steph Yu-Joanne Lee 1-2, Natalie Kwan-Stephanie Lin 3-0, Karmela Limbo-Christina Shiane 0-3. Records: Wilson 12-0; Rowland 6-4. GIRLS VOLLEYBALLDEL REY LEAGUE At St. Paul HS Bisho Amat def. St. Paul 16-25, 27-25, 25-20, 25-21. Records (overall, league): Bishop Amat 9-4, 2-0; St. Paul 1-2 in league Notes: Vanessa Alvarez (BA) 14 kills, Juanise Cornell (BA) 14. At Cantwell HS Mary Star def. Cantwell 25-19, 25-23, 25-12. Record (overall, league): Cantwell 2-8, 0-2. DEL RIO LEAGUE At California HS California def. La Serna 25-19, 25-10, 29-27. Records (overall, league): La Serna 0-2 in league, California 7-4, 2-1. Notes: Marissa Rangel (C) 10 kills. At Santa Fe HSEl Rancho def. Santa Fe 20-25, 33-31, 25-19, 25-27, 15-10. Records (overall, league): El Rancho 12-4, 3-0; Santa Fe 2-1 in league. Notes: Sherise Musquiz (R) 35 kills. MIRAMONTE LEAGUE At Los Altos HS Bonita def. Los Altos 19-25, 15-25, 25-22, 25-23, 15-13. Records (overall, league): Bonita 6-3, 2-0; Los Altos 1-2. Notes: Kellyanne Kirby (B) 25 kills; Kelli Ruebsman (B) 11 kills. SIERRA LEAGUE At Glendora HS Ayala def. Glendora 17-25, 25-27, 25-23, 25-15, 15-12. Records (overall, league): Ayala 7-7, 2-1; Glendora 2-1. Notes: Brittany Williams (A) 31 kills, 10 blocks; Alex Hauser (A) 12 kills; Taylor Jacobs (G) 11 kills; Krista Bader 7 blocks. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img BOYS WATER POLO DEL RIO LEAGUE Whittier 17, El Rancho 7 El Rancho 1 1 1 4 7 Whittier 5 4 3 5 17 El Rancho scoring: Ricky Franco, Edgar Rodriguez, Miguel Quizada, A.J. Abrego 2, Jose Navarro 2. Whittier scoring: Miguel Villalobos 2, Cory Baccus 8, John Schmidtbauer 3, Cody Callerous 3, Ian Jimenez. Shots: El Rancho 25, Whittier 27. Goalie saves: Matt Birkenbach (ER) 5, Cameron Boulter (W) 8. Records (overall, league): El Rancho 9-7, na; Whittier 14-1, 2-0. California 12, Pioneer 6 Pioneer 2 2 1 1 6 California 2 4 4 2 12 Pioneer scoring: Luis Hernandez 3, Mike Torres 2, Eddie Rodriguez. California scoring: Michael Salas 6, Dylan Logas 2, James Garland, Steven Garcia, Connor Uroff, Dustin Balke. Shots: Pioneer 17, California 23. Goalie saves: Ethan Taylor (P) 9; Manny Romero (C) 9. Records (overall, league): Pioneer 6-5, 0-2; California 10-7, 1-1. GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY Olympic League at Arcadia County Park Maranatha 15, Valley Christian 48, Whittier Christian 50 1. Rachel Gill (M) 21:09, 2. Danielle Richter (M) 21:09, 3. MacKenzie Klein (M) 21:09 4. Roxanne Cook (M) 21:16 5. Mikaela Cowen (M) 21:17. Records: Maranatha 6-0, Whittier Christian 3-2, Valley Christian 3-2. last_img read more