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PH Azkals suffer embarrassing loss to Timor Leste

first_imgLATEST STORIES “They told us they were trying to beat the deadline and we were in Nepal for our last game so we were not consulted, before they submitted the squad,” said Palami. “I hope that Mr. Cheng will continue to support football despite the results. I know that he has genuine love for sport. He genuinely only wanted to help.”The PFF official said it’s time the federation gets its acts together to ensure that a similar result doesn’t happen.“We need to look at our shortcomings as an organization,” said Palami.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson MOST READ Philippine Azkals File Photo by: Tristan Tamayo/Inquirer.netOn the day Philippine football marked one of its biggest achievements, a hastily assembled national men’s squad also suffered one of its most embarrassing losses on Tuesday.The Azkals, the top-ranked team in Southeast Asia at No. 118, absorbed a stunning 0-1 defeat to 196th ranked Timor Leste, on the final day of the four-nation Chinese Taipei Football Association Invitational Tournament at Municipal Stadium in Taipei.ADVERTISEMENT Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set The loss came on the seventh anniversary of what Filipino football fans dubbed The Miracle in Hanoi when the Azkals upset powerhouse Vietnam in the AFF Suzuki Cup, triggering the sport’s resurgence in the country.The Azkals missed more than half of their regular squad since the tournament did not fall in the international window, while Philippine Football Federation technical director Marlon Maro was tasked to handle the team.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSBrian Heruela arrival bolsters Phoenix backcourt, defenseAzkals manager Dan Palami also wasn’t around to be with the team with businessman Jefferson Cheng appointed this time by the PFF. Cheng owns the Davao Aguilas, where Maro is the coach.There was still plenty of optimism within the side that they can produce creditable results in the tournament that also featured Laos, which the Azkals defeated, 3-1, on Friday. Fernando, Tio lead strong local showing It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours View comments The Azkals already lost to Chinese Taipei, 1-3, on Sunday, but the bigger, more alarming loss came against the Timorese side, which has dropped its previous three games against the Azkals in the AFF Suzuki Cup.Maro opted for an inexperienced starting eleven, putting Phil and James Younghusband on the bench against the Timorese with the Azkals playing their third game in five days.“It’s a humiliating experience that we should never ever have to go through again,” Palami told the Inquirer.Despite not having the strongest squad, Palami, who is also the national teams’ committee chair, said he agreed with the decision to participate in the tournament “as a matter of courtesy to the CTFA.”But Palami was hoping that Maro and PFF general secretary Ed Gastanes consulted the Azkals management and coaching staff on which players to be placed on the roster first.ADVERTISEMENT Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’last_img read more

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Morgan’s Learning Centre opens multimillion-dollar facility

first_imgAs Guyana seeks to improve its education delivery, Morgan’s Learning Centre, a private educational learning institution, has enhanced its operations, having moved into a multimillion-dollar facility that will mainly cater for underprivileged students from Forms One to Six.The Morgan’s Learning CentreThe school has set an aim to provide quality education where students can be comfortable. The facility’s Director, Orin Morgan says it took a lot of hard work and dedication to improve the Centre’s standards, moving from a place where classes were held at the lower section of another building.“We at Morgan’s Learning Centre are pleased that we can contribute towards the moulding of Guyana’s children and there is no better feeling that we get as teachers than when we can move a child from nothing to something,” Morgan observed.The Centre will also offer classes to school dropouts and while being a private entity, Guyana Teacher Union General Sectary Coretta McDonald says the Centre will assist in enhancing education delivery in the country.“Children who we think don’t have a second chance, Morgan is a person who would have recognised those persons and they now have a chance of making themselves what they really want to be,” the trade unionist pointed out.She added that the union will look into the interests of teachers at the school.The school will offer subject areas at the levels of CXC and CAPE (Caribbean Advanced Proficiency).last_img read more

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Man charged for dangerous driving

first_imgRayon Wilson is facing three counts of causing death by dangerous driving.The matter is set to commence on April 12, 2018 at the Linden Magistrate’s Court.It is alleged that Wilson on July 14, 2017 drove motor car PHH 9398 in a dangerous manner causing the death of Keston Bollers, Valen Bowen and Melroy Ross.last_img

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Wheelers take game 1 8-4

first_imgBy Jon ZacksThe Huskies were missing players and brains on Monday night, as they dropped game one of their second-round playoff series to the Grande Prairie Wheelers.  The second-ranked Huskies were almost doubled in shots (47-25) and pressured for long stretches in their own zone, for almost the entire 60 minutes.- Advertisement -Missing a legion of key players, the pups played short-benched and with three Midget call-ups on defence.  With Payden Wongstedt, Jesse Disher, and Kyle Porter all suspended, the Fort St. John squad was also missing Dylan Apsassin, Ryan Stickel, Cash Brinkworth, Cam MacKinnon, and Brighton Campbell, and the absence were glaring.  “Huge” was how Huskies Assistant Coach Jeremy Clothier described the missing bodies.  “You show up to a hockey game, and a couple of your guys aren’t here … they just don’t show up” he lamented.  “It hurts the dressing room a little bit.”The Wheelers took full advantage, sending a relentless forecheck deep into the FSJ zone, and creating endless scoring chances.  By the end of the first period, Grande Prairie was up 3-0, and while the Huskies took advantage of some powerplays in the second to climb back into the game, the Wheelers soon pulled away again.Grande Prairie got offensive contributions from almost the entire lineup, with Kyle Weegar and Cordell Shmyr both scoring a pair of goals, and Riley Halwa, Nathan Johnson and Jarvis Dawson also finding the back of the net.  “They got shots” said Clothier of Grande Prairie’s success.  “They drove the net, they stayed out of the penalty box, they out forechecked us, and they outworked us.”Advertisement Kole Norris led the way offensively for Fort St. John, recording two goals and an assist, while Robbie Sidhu also had a pair of goals.  Ty Gullickson got his fourth consecutive start, and actually played remarkably well, despite conceding 8 goals.  Kris Dika won his fourth game of the playoffs, after playing each game in Grande Prairie’s first-round sweep of Sexsmith.  Cody Poggenpohl was one of the three NEBC and Yukon Tracker-Flyers to dress for the Huskies on the back-end.  “I’m still little out of shape” he admitted afterwards, referring to a torn ligament that has kept him off the ice, adding “I think it was a lot of fun out there.”  It was Poggenpohl’s first game with the Huskies, while his Midget teammates David Green and Jordan Walters had both played in the 2009 playoffs.  Poggenpohl had his own theory on what led to the Huskies demise on Monday, suggesting simply “we couldn’t get the puck out.”  The Huskies coaching staff seemed pleased with the performances of all three Midgets, giving all of them plenty of ice time in all situations.  “They fit in good” said Jeremy Clothier, adding “they work hard, they’re physical, they know what they have to do out there.”Advertisement The final score was 8-4 in favour of the guests, with the series now shifting back to Grande Prairie for game two on Wednesday night.  “We’ve got to get better game-preparation” advised Cody Poggenpohl, who is expecting to dress on Wednesday.  “We walked into this game and no one was really into it … so next game we’ve just got to get into it more.”last_img read more

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Cardinal: Court’s evolution ruling is censorship

first_imgThe cardinal said he found it “amazing” that a U.S. federal court ruled in 2005 that the Dover, Pa., public school district could not teach the concept of “intelligent design” as part of its science class. The judge had said the theory, which says an intelligent supernatural force explains the emergence of complex life forms, was creationism in disguise. The cardinal said the Dover ruling meant schoolchildren would only be taught a materialistic, atheistic view of the origin of the universe without considering the idea that God played a role. “A truly liberal society would at least allow students to hear of the debate,” he said. Schoenborn’s comments came in a speech this week sponsored by the Homeland Foundation, a philanthropy that funds cultural and religious programs, many involving the Catholic Church. It is the latest in a series of remarks he has made on the topic. The cardinal, who is close to Pope Benedict XVI, has said he wants to correct what he calls a widespread misconception that the Catholic Church has given a blanket endorsement to Darwinism. NEW YORK – An influential Roman Catholic cardinal condemned a court decision Wednesday that barred a Pennsylvania school district from teaching “intelligent design” in biology class. Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn of Vienna, whose comments on evolution are closely followed, said in a lecture that restricting debate about Darwin’s theory of evolution amounts to censorship in schools and in the broader public. “Commonly in the scientific community every inquiry into the scientific weaknesses of the theory is blocked off at the very outset,” Schoenborn said of Darwinism. “To some extent, there prevails a type of censoring here of the sort for which one eagerly reproached the church in former times.” The “intelligent design” concept has been promoted most prominently by the Discovery Institute, a think tank in Seattle. Asked after the speech whether he was endorsing the institute’s beliefs, Schoenborn would say only, “Listen to my arguments.” “I don’t belong to any kind of boxes,” he said. The lecture was based on a talk Schoenborn gave in a private meeting in Italy last year with Benedict, a former professor.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

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The North Matters touring Northeastern BC in support of natural resources

first_imgMore information can be found on The North Matters’ Facebook page. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – A grassroots natural resource support group, The North Matters, is currently touring Northeastern B.C.Group Founder, David Johnston, says the group formed a year-and-a-half-ago and aims to work hard to help end the divisiveness that communities are facing over natural resource developments.Johnston says he, along with many supporters, are looking to get Bill Morneau’s, the Minister of Finances’, attention in removing steel tariffs in order to get the LNG project underway as soon as possible. Johnston has sent a petition of letters to the Minister in order to apply pressure to the situation.- Advertisement -“We need to do something to get the Minister of Finances’, Bill Morneau’s attention on these steel tariffs because these tariffs are killing us… In the meantime, we need to get this project going to create opportunities for everyone, from the upstream to the downstream, so we can make this project happen from Fort Nelson, Fort St. John, Dawson Creek, and down to Kitimat. A lot of opportunities are at stake here. We ended up getting 1,500 letters personally signed by people in the community. We put them into a Xerox box and I just mailed them to Bill Morneau’s office.”According to Johnston, his group is taking a proactive and positive approach when it comes to educating people on the need for natural resources and is currently working to build a network with communities to further gain support.In helping with educating and gaining support, the group will be presenting Independent Investigative Researcher Vivian Krause in Taylor on June 14.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Worried you’ll miss the match? United hero’s cunning plan to avoid that scenario

first_imgNo football fan wants to miss a big match, but sometimes it seems almost unavoidable.Step forward Rio Ferdinand with a disguise even more cunning than a whipped in Juan Mata free-kick.The Manchester United hero and Champions League-winner appears in an advert in which he undergoes a remarkable transformation to help a friend get out of work and see the match.Ferdinand doubles up as an office worker and attends a meeting with his mask in place, but nearly blows his cover with a line about a Brazilian footballer.Check it out, above.last_img read more

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Delight as Donegal company shortlisted for major food award

first_imgGallagher’s Bakery in Ardara has been shortlisted for one of the country’s top food and drink awards.More than 350 Irish food and drink industry leaders will gather for Bord Bia’s biannual Food and Drink Awards, hosted by Broadcaster Miriam O’Callaghan, on Wednesday 29th November in the RDS Concert Hall.Bord Bia today announced the details of 24 companies who have been shortlisted for these awards which recognise excellence and celebrate success in Ireland’s largest indigenous industry. The shortlist, which includes Gallagher’s Bakery, represents the most progressive, ambitious and forward-looking companies in Ireland’s thriving food and drink industry.A record number of submissions were received by Bord Bia which were then adjudicated by a team of seven independent judges* with extensive experience in business, global markets, media, marketing, and sustainability. Following a comprehensive judging process, the shortlisted companies have been selected.Gallagher’s Bakery will compete in the Entrepreneurial category which recognises individuals or companies who have shown true entrepreneurial flair.It rewards commitment, leadership and self-belief, either to create a new and successful business, or to radically improve, or turn around, the performance of an existing one. In recent years, the long-established company has created a range of superior gluten-free bakery products based on extensive research and new product development. Capturing the gluten-free market has been a huge success for the business which has grown from employing 65 people in 2011 to 305 direct employees in 2017, which is expected to grow by a further 40 in by early 2018.Gallagher’s Bakery is a major employer in West Donegal and is in the process of completing a new production facility in Ardara.By the end of the decade it expects to have products available in every one of the top 20 retailers in the USA and Europe.Delight as Donegal company shortlisted for major food award was last modified: November 5th, 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:ArdaraawardsBord biaGalagher’s Bakerylast_img read more

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PAT KENNY ON HIS WAY TO DONEGAL FOR ELECTION SPECIAL

first_imgNewstalk’s Pat Kenny show will be broadcasting live from An Grianan Theatre in Letterkenny on Wednesday 10th of February ahead of Election 2016.And the popular radio station wants the Donegal pubic to join them.The show will be talking to all the candidates for the county to see what they are made of. They will also be finding out why Donegal has so many boy-racers.Dr Jim McDaid pleas for nurses to return to the county to help with the palliative care crisis.But the show will also be asking is Donegal the hidden gem of Ireland?Log onto the station’s website for tickets. PAT KENNY ON HIS WAY TO DONEGAL FOR ELECTION SPECIAL was last modified: February 8th, 2016 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)last_img read more

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MAN APPEARS IN COURT ON LITANY OF SOCIAL WELFARE FRAUD CHARGES

first_imgA 36-year-old man has appeared in court facing 91 charges relating to social welfare fraud including offences in Letterkenny social welfare offices.Martin McDonagh of 4 Railway Court, Newtownbutler in Co Fermanagh appeared before Harristown District Court this morning. The offences – which amounted to tens of thousands of euro – were committed in post offices across the country including Cavan, Letterkenny, Kells, Ballinamore and Carrickmacross.

Mr McDonagh was remanded in custody to appear at Harristown again on Friday October 14.MAN APPEARS IN COURT ON LITANY OF SOCIAL WELFARE FRAUD CHARGES was last modified: October 7th, 2011 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)last_img read more

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