Senior Alyssa Davila scored and assisted on goals as Upland defeated Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 4-0 to advance to the quarterfinals in quest for another CIF-Southern Section Division I title in girls soccer. GIRLS SOCCER ROUNDUP DIVISION II Redlands East Valley 8, Don Lugo 0 Kelsey Gudgeon earned her first hat trick of the season and Taylor Thomas added a goal and two assists as the visiting Wildcats (21-2-2) routed the Conquistadores (16-8-3) in a second-round match. Junior goalkepper Erin Salazar stopped five first-half shots and junior Brittany Winegar made six saves in the second half in combining on the shutout for Redlands East Valley, who plays the Murrieta Valley-El Dorado winner in a quarterfinal match on Thursday or Friday. Dana Sanderlain had two assists for Upland in the win. The Highlanders (25-0-2) will play Los Alamitos on Thursday in the quarterfinals. Goalkeepers Julianna Scott and Jillian Stolar combined to make 11 saves for Don Lugo in the loss. REV will play Murrieta Valley on Thursday in the quarterfinals. DIVISION III La Mirada 1, Norco 0 Sophomore midfielder Lauren Cope scored off the rebound of a free kick in the 11th minute for the only goals as La Mirada (17-9-2) edged Norco. Goalkeeper Shawna Fredrickson had six saves for the Cougars (14-3-4). It was the 15th shutout of the season for Matadores keeper Kiki Salazar, who needed to make only five saves. DIVISION V Pasadena Maranatha 2, Big Bear 0 The Minutemen (23-1-3), seeded No. 1 in the Division, scored a Te’anna Robinson goal in the 15th minute off a Jessica Fry assist and never looked back in defeating the host Bears. The win vaults Maranatha into Thursday’s quarterfinal against Notre Dame Academy (12-4-5), a 3-2 winner over Downey on Tuesday, at a site to be determined today at 9 a.m. DIVISION VI Arrowhead Christian 6, Saint Matthias 0 Kristina Gomez scored three goals and had an assist as the Eagles (21-6) defeated the Victorians to advance to the quarterfinals for the third consecutive year. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Salah told Time that while his attitudes towards gender equality had evolved over the years, he wanted to see more change.“I think we need to change the way we treat women in our culture,” Salah was quoted as saying. “It’s not optional.”He said the treatment of women “in my culture and in the Middle East” had changed his opinions on gender issues.“I support the woman more than I did before, because I feel like she deserves more than what they give her now, at the moment,” Salah told the magazine.Salah is an icon in Egypt after helping the country qualify for the 2018 World Cup, the first time they had reached the finals of the event since 1990.He was named African Footballer of the Year in 2017 and 2018 and was also English football’s Player of the Year in 2017-2018 following a dazzling season with Liverpool.He told Time he has learned to cope with the “little bit of pressure” that comes with his elevated profile, while expressing pride at being regarded as a role model.“To be the first Egyptian in (this) situation and no one has done this before… it’s something different,” he said, insisting that superstardom had not changed his lifestyle.“I just live my life normal,” he said. “Most of the time I stay at home, I don’t like to go out.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Egyptian star Mohamed Salah has called for change in the way women are treated across the Muslim world © AFP/File / Paul ELLISLOS ANGELES, United States, Apr 18 – Egyptian football star Mohamed “Mo” Salah has called for change in the way women are treated in the Muslim world, in an interview with Time magazine published Wednesday.The 26-year-old Liverpool forward was named one of the US magazine’s 100 most influential figures of the year, alongside other athletes including Tiger Woods, LeBron James and Naomi Osaka.
Raheem Sterling and Lazar Markovic Raheem Sterling’s Liverpool future appears uncertain with the England international angling for a move away from Anfield.But before then, the England international has been involved in “Battle Keepy Ups” featuring teammates Philippe Coutinho, Raheem Sterling, Lazar Markovic and Jordon Ibe.The players face off against each other, doing keepy ups with the classic, school yard “fly away” football. The twist is that they have to fight, kick and push each other to try and win! Watch the video to see who wins?Redmen TV are creators of the video in collaboration with Vauxhall Football TV.Subscribe to The Redmen TV channel: bit.ly/RMTVSubSubscribe to the Vauxhall Football channel: bit.ly/VauxSub 1
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORERose Parade grand marshal Rita Moreno talks New Year’s Day outfit and ‘West Side Story’ remake Dreier secured $8 million in the bill for Chang Industries, a La Verne company developing a precision system to protect helicopters and thinly armored vehicles; $2 million for the biomedical imaging program at Duarte’s City of Hope National Medical Center; and $6.9 million to AeroVironment, a Monrovia company, to develop an unmanned satellite communications and reconnaissance vehicle. Rep. Grace Napolitano obtained $1 million for aerospace engineering research at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; $1 million to United Technologies, with offices in Pomona, to upgrade a submarine air monitoring system; and $1 million to Acorn Engineering in City of Industry to make stainless steel bathroom facilities to be installed on military ships. Rep. Elton Gallegly, R-Thousand Oaks, earmarked about $14 million in a bill he said “provides the materials, equipment and support our military needs to bring the war to our enemies.” The programs include $8 million for an unmanned aerial vehicle project to be built at AeroVironment’s Simi Valley facility; $3.4 million for a program to evaluate asymmetric war threats at Point Mugu; and $1.35 million to upgrade an offshore navy range at Naval Base Ventura County. Rep. Howard P. “Buck” McKeon described local projects he helped to fund as “vital to our continued fight in the global War on Terror and in securing our homeland.” WASHINGTON – Southern California defense firms, military bases and universities will reap millions of dollars from a $453 billion bill approved by Congress this week. The measure will fund technologies to defeat the threat of rocket-propelled grenades; create new air-monitoring systems in submarines; and build a prototype of an unmanned aerial vehicle with more than a week of endurance, all developed in the San Fernando, Santa Clarita and San Gabriel valleys. It also pays for a Duarte hospital’s biomedical imaging program; a breast cancer treatment program at Loma Linda University; and an urban combat training course at Fort Irwin. “California is a leader in researching and developing life-saving technologies for our military,” Rep. David Dreier, R-Glendora, said in a statement hailing passage of the bill. He obtained $2 million for Vista Controls, a Santa Clarita company, to research upgrades to heavily armored vehicles such as Bradley and Abrams tanks; $1.4 million for unmanned aerial vehicle research at Textron, another Santa Clarita company; and $4 million for development of a light-duty off-road alternative vehicle for special operations forces. The project, developed by Quantum Technologies in Irvine, would be tested in Adelanto. McKeon, who sits on the House Armed Services Committee, also obtained about $13 million for various programs at Edwards Air Force Base, including flight-testing of the Spike missile and a laser radar to add capabilities to the Tactical Tomahawk being developed at China Lake. Jim Specht, spokesman for House Appropriations Committee Chairman Jerry Lewis, R-Redlands, said the bill also includes $56 million to improve an urban combat course at 29 Palms Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center; $10 million to improve the ability of the Air National Guard to conduct military firefighting activities, particularly in the Western U.S.; and $8.5 million for breast cancer treatment research at Loma Linda University. — Lisa Friedman, (202) 662-8731 firstname.lastname@example.orgWant local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
DES MOINES, Iowa – Drake University women’s soccer assistant coach Mike Regan has accepted an assistant coach position with the Indiana University women’s soccer team, Drake head coach Lindsey Horner announced on Tuesday, Jan. 19. “I’m thrilled for Mike to be able to take the next step in his coaching career,” said Horner. “Mike has been an invaluable asset to our program over the last four years. He has been a great coworker within our department and leader, teacher and motivator to our players. Not only is he prepared for the next challenge, I’m confident the situation at Indiana will be a great fit for Mike. While we hate to see him go it is important that our staff develops while at Drake and have opportunities to advance their careers.” Regan was hired by Horner in 2012 and helped the Bulldogs win the 2015 Missouri Valley Conference regular season title along with 31 matches in his four seasons as an assistant. “I have thoroughly enjoyed my four years at Drake and I am grateful to so many people who have mentored and guided me along the way,” said Regan. “I would like to thank Lindsey Horner for the opportunity to work at Drake and for providing me with the environment in which to grow as a person and as a coach. Lindsey’s support and encouragement during this time has been invaluable and I have always appreciated that. In addition, I want to thank the players for their hard work and commitment – we had some great times together and I will always remember those. The team spirit was always excellent and I wish all of them the best of luck in the remainder of their careers at Drake.” Prior to Drake Regan spent five seasons as the head coach for the North Iowa Area Community College (NIACC) men’s soccer team. Print Friendly Version
Letterkenny General HospitalNEW details are emerging of the ‘night from hell’ suffered by nurses, doctors and their patients at Letterkenny General Hospital this week.Understaffed and over-run with patients, chaos reigned.One cancer patient spent 14 hours in hospital and another elderly patient fell out of bed. It begs the question – who is running our hospital? Reader Loren Rea was there with her husband. Here’s her story:BY DONEGAL DAILY READER LOREN REAThis is horrific! Here is my own little horror story. I felt like I had stepped onto the set of the ‘Walking Dead’ series when I arrived at Letterkenny A&E on Monday to collect my husband.The whole unit was swarming & heaving with people, patients, bodies & staff . Our Hospital was completely overwhelmed. There were no beds available in the hospital, the Emergency Unit was stacked to bursting and had been since early Monday 2am, nearly to capacity as there were no beds or gurneys available. So everyone was relegated to examination cubicles through the night with only a sheet of paper between them and the very narrow rock hard exam room table.There had been no spare pillows or blankets; so the heat was belting and no one could get a breath. In spite of their situation I must say the Staff were Champion.Though they could not admit him, my husband received excellent care in the circumstances. He was discharged later that day approx 10 hours later, as the doctor put it’ he had become ill at a very unlucky time’ ..My hubby said the poor old man laying in the cubicle next to him had fallen to the floor in the night and was extremely fortunate to have avoided a serious injury.The Unit was so hot with no fresh air coming through he could not get a breath. He needed to spend some time near entrance doors in a wheel chair. Everyone in the A&E were working double hard, and were very busy trying to care for all the patients. but they had no where to send them! This is too sad and so needs to be on TOP of List to be sorted.This is a great hospital but there only is so much they can do and being overwhelmed makes for serious mistakes and patients to be sent home that possibly need Medical attention or need to be under observation.It was a situation where they were so overwhelmed they were forced to choose between the sick and the desperate.Please we need to all come together in Donegal try to help change this.. We must all speak as one regarding all of the hospital budget cuts, and false economies. Our services are being crippled and our funding is going elsewhere. Donegal is becoming like a Third world country. If any of these things – like Mrs Maura Porter she was lying, dying on the road in the rain for an hour,just to get transport to a hospital – or our situation in Letterkenny Hospital were to occur in Dublin there would be riots in the streets.. Please Write , visit , call your TD, HSE . SHARE THIS MESSAGE PLEASELoren ReaCarndonaghWHO IS RUNNING OUR HOSPITAL? ONE READER’S INSIDE STORY OF THE NIGHT FROM HELL was last modified: January 16th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:cutbacksHSEletterkenny hospital
Raiders broke into Kee’s Eurospar supermarket in Laghey causing a considerable amount of damage.The thieves broke into the popular store around 11pm on Monday night and took a large quantity of cigarettes and alcohol.The supermarket put up a Facebook post confirming they had been broken into and appealed for anyone with information to contact Gardai. “Yesterday evening we had some late night visitors, they done a lot of damage and stole cigarettes and spirits. We had to close off some parts of the supermarket while the Gardai were doing their investigations, we are sorry to customers for any inconvenience this has caused.“The Gardai response was immediate and they have been brilliant, if you happened to be in Laghey or passing through and you seen anything odd or suspicious between 9pm and 12pm it may be of help to the Gardai they can be contacted directly in Donegal town on 074 9721021 or ring us here at 0749721805”.Gardai have carried out a full examination of the scene.Cigarettes and alcohol taken during break-in to supermarket was last modified: September 16th, 2017 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:burglarydonegalLagheysupermarket
Storm Ophelia has claimed its first victim after a woman was killed in Co Waterford.The woman was traveling in the West Waterford village of Aglish when a tree fell on her car.The woman died instantly. The woman, who is in her 70s, was from the local village and was the only occupant in the car.A status Red remains and people are advised to stay indoors as the storm passes.People are being warned not to make any journeys unless it is an emergency.The storm is expecting to hit Donegal and other parts of Ulster around 3pm. Breaking News: Storm Ophelia claims its first victim as falling tree kills woman was last modified: October 17th, 2017 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)
DMG Motors of Donegal are continuing their sensational ‘Get your Car for Free’ competition with some incredible offers on used cars.From May 2019 to May 2020, all used car buyers at DMG Motors will be entered into a draw to win the price of their vehicle back for free.There is no shortage of quality used car options at the DMG Motors showroom outside Donegal Town either. This week’s Car of the Week is a strong and dynamic 171 SEAT AtecaHere, Sales Advisor Shaun Burke at DMG Motors give us an introduction to this Seat Ateca 4Drive XC:The details: 2.0 TDI150 bhp18 inch alloy wheelsMulti-function steeringThe Seat Ateca combines technology and convenience for a driving experience of class and comfort.This model comes with reverse camera, auto lights, auto wipers, headlight washers, front fogs, full leather interior and heated seats.Air conditioning, media system, tow bar and electric mirrors and windows all come with this modern car.If this sounds like your dream car, why not visit DMG Motors to take it for a test drive? Call (074) 972 1396 to book now.Get your car for free @ DMGAnd the extra bonus is you could be in with a chance of winning the price back!The Get your car for free @ DMG giveaway means each customer who buys a used car at DMG will receive a unique number on delivery which will be placed in the draw. The winner will be drawn independently on Friday 1st May 2020.In the video below, Finn Harps legend Kevin McHugh explains how winning could be as easy as 1-2-3!Visit the Facebook offer page here to tag your friends: https://www.facebook.com/pg/DMG-Motors-221791084500477/offers/Browse the current stock now at: www.dmgmotors.ie Watch: Excellent 171 Seat Ateca is Car of the Week at DMG Motors was last modified: November 13th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:car of the weekDMG MOTORSget your car for free with dmgSeat Atecaused car
R17-million to fund 258 first-year students.R4-million for the Dipaleseng Special Bursary Scheme.R4.6-million for 67 first-year bursaries.R11.5-million to support 245 first-year students pursuing studies in chartered accountancy at the University of Fort Hare. In a bid to ease access to Further Education and Training colleges and help the country to meet its needs for intermediate and technical skills, hard-working students from poor families would this year be exempted from paying academic fees. The bursary, to be allocated to students whose parents earn a combined salary of R122 000 per annum, will cover tuition, accommodation, meals and transport costs. However, Nzimande called on recipients to work hard, as the department will be monitoring their performances, warning that if they failed to produce good marks, the bursary would be forfeited. “This is not a free ride, we require students to work hard,” he said. “You can’t continue to get a bursary if you don’t deliver.”Career guidance Nzimande also announced that his department and the South African Qualifications Authority had entered into a partnership with the SABC to provide pupils with information on career guidance. The career information will be broadcast on all Nguni radio stations. “Our aim is to ensure that information flows to rural schools and that no learners go to school without such information. It should be made available earlier in their schooling careers.” Pupils and ex-pupils can get advice from the career advice website www.careerhelp.org.za or from the Career Advice Helpline on 0860 111 673. The helpline can also be contacted via SMS on 072 2045 056 or by e-mailing email@example.com. Source: BuaNews 11 January 2011 South Africa has allocated an additional R150-million to its National Student Financial Aid Scheme to help tackle the backlog of scarce skills in the country. Making the announcement in Pretoria on Monday, Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande said that, through the National Skills Fund, the government had set aside R22.9-million for funding 820 first-year students and R7-million for a bursary scheme targeting rural students who did exceptionally well in the 2010 Grade 12 exams. R21-million had been set aside for 300 first-year bursaries for students with disabilities, with the balance of R99.1-million to be allocated to students who were already studying in fields of scarce skills.Career Wise bursaries The National Skills Fund will also be allocating R100-million Career Wise bursaries in the following categories: