Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. LATEST STORIES Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio 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 “I would really like to give a big ‘thank you’ to coach Olsen [Racela] because he gave Jojo and I this kind of a season,” said Dennison in Filipino Wednesday at Mall of Asia Arena.READ: Racela apologizes to Dennison, Trinidad for FEU’s Final 4 exitFEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSBack on the throneFEU finished the elimination round with a 7-7 record and as the No. 4 team in the league and Dennison couldn’t be more grateful at what the Tamaraws had accomplished as they came just a shot away from making the championship round.“Even though our team went through ups and downs, the guys still trusted Jojo and I,” said Dennison, who finished with four points, three rebounds, and four assists in his final game. Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Dennison had been the unquestioned emotional leader of the Tamaraws for Season 80 as he put up his best statistical year in his five seasons with FEU averaging 11.6 points, 5.1 rebounds, 2.5 assists, and 1.3 steals per game.And if Dennison stayed primarily as one of FEU’s main contributors, the same cannot be said for Trinidad. The Fil-Am guard was initially a starter for Racela but then fell out of the rotation midway through the season before regaining his spot in the starting five near the tail end of the eliminations.Racela even apologized to Trinidad for the way he bounced around the lineup, but the graduating Tamaraw was just happy Racela trusted him in every sense of the word.“He said I went through a lot, that he should be sorry, but I trusted him,” said Trinidad who had six points and two boards in his exit game. “I didn’t expect anything this season, I was just ready and because he’s our coach I knew I could trust him.”ADVERTISEMENT OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny MOST READ Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Racela apologizes to seniors Dennison, Trinidad for FEU’s Final 4 exit Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netRon Dennison and Jojo Trinidad celebrated a championship for Far Eastern University in Season 78, but the two couldn’t win another one before they ended their UAAP careers.The Tamaraws lost to the top-seeded Ateneo Blue Eagles, 88-84, in their Final Four rubber match in the UAAP Season 80 men’s basketball tournament, but both Dennison and Trinidad would rather remember the good memories during their stay at FEU.ADVERTISEMENT View comments
The Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA) has donated over US$ 7,000 worth of assorted items to at least 28 Ebola orphans as a way of celebrating the Christmas with them and giving hope to Ebola orphans in Liberia.The items, including 22 bags of rice, clothes and cooking oil were last Friday delivered to the orphans who are between the ages of 4 months and 17 years, residing in the Airfield community.The Country Director of OSIWA, Massa Crayton, said the donation is not only a part of her organization’s efforts to restore hope to children who are affected by the epidemic but that survivors, mainly orphans, should be well taken care of and embraced in the society because they are heroes of the Ebola crisis.“This donation is to help our children smile and feel the spirit of Christmas like they had in other times with their parents,” the OSIWA boss said.She disclosed that OSIWA plans to provide packages for survivors, especially when schools resume adding that there will be measures put in place to give extra care to the orphans.Narrating his story at the ceremony was Ebola survivor Ishmael Nuah: “I am Ishmael Nuah, 10 years old. I got infected by Ebola when I visited my aunty in Red Hill Field community. My aunty got sick and died. I was later taken to the Ebola center for treatment and God healed me. I want to be a medical doctor to help sick children, too.”Also speaking, Mr. Uriah Kear, a representative of the Ministry of Health said the government remains committed and will support the survivors and orphans.He called on non-government organizations to follow in the footsteps of OSIWA, helping to provide support for Ebola survivors.The president of the Ebola Survivors Association (ESA), Mr. Korlia Bunarwolo, thanked OSIWA for the gift items and its continued support, describing organization as an example of a real humanitarian foundation.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
“Our club has reached an agreement with the Chinese club Dalian Yifang for the transfer of Yannick Carrasco,” Atletico wrote in a statement on Monday.A separate statement read: “Nico Gaitan has been sold to Dalian Yifang, from the Chinese Super League.”Atletico have not specified the fees involved but, according to the Spanish press, Carrasco’s departure will earn them around 30 million euros ($36.9 million) and Gaitan 18 million euros.Carrasco’s former team Monaco are also reportedly set to receive 25 percent of the transfer fee, due to an agreement made when the winger moved in July 2015.He went on to make 124 appearances for Atletico, registering 23 goals and 17 assists. Argentinian winger Gaitan joined from Benfica in 2016 and played 49 times for the club.Dalian Yifang, newly-promoted to the Chinese top flight, also signed West Ham defender Jose Fonte for an undisclosed fee on Friday.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Yannick Carrasco scored for Atletico in the 2016 Champions League final against Real Madrid © AFP/File / PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOUMADRID, Spain, Feb 26 – Atletico Madrid have sold Belgian winger Yannick Carrasco and Argentine midfielder Nicolas Gaitan to Chinese club Dalian Yifang, the Spanish club confirmed on Monday.Carrasco had started just three times in La Liga since the turn of the year and Gaitan only once this entire season under coach Diego Simeone.
Leading Donegal homeware store Foy & Company are about to launch a gigantic two week sale with incredible offers.Starting this Friday April 27th until May 12th, there will be amazing offers across every department in the Letterkenny and Ballybofey showrooms – from furniture, fabric, paint, wallpaper, accessories and more.Don’t miss this opportunity to get everything you need for your home under one roof with up to 70% off all departments – including custom made to measure curtains! You’ll find amazing discount on Hollywood mirrors, mirrored console tables and more. Amazing discount on Hollywood mirrors, mirrored console tables and moreWarehouse living ranges at Foy & Company – on saleFantastic discounts on the Warehouse dining room range: The dining chair was €159, and is now €143 / dining table was €499 now €449. Elanore Shop front: Prices were €1575, now €1399.Furnish your living room with the beautiful Paisley grand four-seater and two-seater was €2779 now €1339.Paisley Sofa RangeRobyn sofa bed – €247Or fit out your bedroom with discounts on all our bedroom ranges! The beautiful Dune bed below was €399 – now €349.Dune Fabric Bed Paint your home with fantastic offers on all paints with brands such as Dulux, Colourtrend, Little Greene and Fleetwood!Designer fabrics and wallpapers from brands like Harlequin, Romo, Clarke & Clarke and Sanderson also on offer.Interior design service always on hand to help our customers. Free in-store appointments available, for all customers.Paloma FabricsCall into Foy & Company at Port Road Letterkenny or Main Street Ballybofey to get the best deals in the next fortnight from Friday 27th April until May 12th.Tel: 0749121925Visit: www.facebook.com/foyandcompany Sponsored PostFoy & Company Big Sale with up to 70% off all departments begins this Friday was last modified: April 26th, 2018 by Staff WriterShare 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:foy & companyfurniture salehomeware
Manchester United are set to tie David de Gea down to a new five-year deal which will make him the highest paid goalkeeper in world football.Marca are reporting that the Red Devils have now reached an agreement to secure De Gea’s future at Old Trafford after another impressive season at the club. 1 De Gea joined United from Atletico Madrid in 2011 The Spaniard will earn a gross total of €21m (£18.4m) per year for each of his next five seasons at the club. This amounts to a rough figure of €404,000 (or £354,000) per week.De Gea is expected to return to United and sign the new, lucrative deal after the World Cup.His number will dwarf the amount earned by all other goalkeepers on the planet, as it is understood that the second highest earning stopper is Bayern Munich’s Manuel Neuer, who gets a gross total of €15m (£13.1m) per year.The decision to put De Gea on this wage comes after he was named United’s ‘Player of the Year’ for the fourth time in five seasons.
A CO Donegal singer has re-issued an emigrant song – as a tribute to Donegal people around the world.Kenny Gillespie, 32, lives in Braade Kincasslagh and currently working in Teach Phaidi Og in Crolly.He recorded The Irishman six years ago when he was in Australia.“I recently decided to re-issue it with a St Patricks Day theme dedicating it to all our young people being forced to emigrate in recent times,” said Kenny. “I hope your thousands of readers from Co Donegal who are living all over the world now enjoy it.”© 2012 donegaldaily.com, all Rights ReservedThe copying, republication or redistribution of donegaldaily.com Content, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited by law. Follow us on www.twitter.com/donegaldailyFollow us on www.facebook.com/donegaldaily DDTV VIDEO: SINGER’S TRIBUTE TO THE DONEGAL DIASPORA was last modified: March 10th, 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:DDTV VIDEO: SINGER’S TRIBUTE TO THE DONEGAL DIASPORA
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week “A lot of the blame is on us,” Adam Kennedy said. Not the umpires, although they continued to drive the Angels to distraction. Not just the Sox pitchers, though Freddy Garcia was the third in a row to shade the corners of the plate for nine innings. Us. “It’s the same pitches they threw me all year,” said Vladimir Guerrero (through interpreter Alfredo Griffin), whose .206 playoff average after four worm-ticklers Saturday is the most shocking of the Angels’ slumps. “I’m just not swinging good.” The Angels have sunk from merely losing to the White Sox to being utterly embarrassed by Chicago’s pitchers, and have gone from tipping their proverbial caps in respect for their opponents to sounding like a room full of George Costanzas. It’s not them, it’s us. There was no denying it in the silence of the home clubhouse after the Angels rolled over against the White Sox 8-2 on Saturday night to fall behind 3-1 in the first-to-four series for the American League pennant. ANAHEIM – Their pop-ups aren’t even major-league pop-ups anymore. Their ground balls can be called worm-killers only at the risk of insulting the speed and fortitude of the average worm. It has reached the sad stage where you wonder if the Angels would have any offense at all, if not for the reliable extra-base pop of Robb Quinlan and Casey Kotchman. Guerrero insists he isn’t being limited by his nagging injuries. Is that supposed to be good news or bad news? It sure looks as if the Angels are psyched out by something, whether it’s the memory of umpire Doug Eddings’ Game 2-deciding mistake at home plate or just snowballing self-doubt as winter looms one loss away. “You can see it (frustration) in all their faces,” said Angels hitting coach Mickey Hatcher. “We’ve got to back off a little and bring it back to us. If these guys relax, we’ll be fine.” But if the forecasts are correct, there’s a better chance of a ballgame getting rained out in Southern California today than the Angels getting to the World Series. For those who say they’d rather watch the worst baseball game than the best football game, Saturday was the supreme test. Fans in Anaheim cheered USC’s desperate win over Notre Dame on the video screen before the first pitch, and those in the suites sneaked peeks at UCLA’s comeback against Washington State between pitches, and everybody tried not to nod off when the Angels came to bat. This started out way too much like the night before, when the Angels also trailed 3-0 – also on a Paul Konerko home run – before they picked up a bat. On Friday, the players rejected the post-game interviewers’ suggestion that they looked a little flat early on. So it was interesting to read Paul Byrd’s lead on one of the columns the pitcher is writing for mlb.com. “We looked a little flat early on,” Byrd began after Friday’s game. The writers, always so negative. It’s not that the Angels have been passive. As always under Mike Scioscia’s managing, they’ve been aggressive. When they’re going well, their free swinging and daredevil baserunning makes big innings out of little innings. When they’re not, that style kills them. They began Saturday with a grand total of one walk in the three games against Chicago starters Jose Contreras, Mark Buehrle and Jon Garland. That’s not all about the pitchers. Darin Erstad stood and watched four Garcia pitches miss the strike zone in the second inning. While stadium medics worked to revive the fainting patrons, Kotchman took two balls and hit a topper that Garcia threw past first base, and Bengie Molina drove in Kotchman with the Angels’ first base hit with runners in scoring position in 26 innings. Erstad’s walk was the Angels’ seventh, that’s all, in nine playoff games. Not that walks are a good idea or anything, but of the seven Angels to walk, five have come around to score. “They (White Sox pitchers) get early leads, and that makes it easier for any pitcher,” said Kennedy, who’s down to .214 for the playoffs, which makes him Rod Carew compared to Chone Figgins (.114), Garret Anderson (.206) and Steve Finley (.150). “And we haven’t put on any pressure to give them reason to panic. “Four games against them now, we haven’t swung the bats well. We got away with it the first game.” Strikeouts, weak pop-ups, 14-hop grounders. The Angels hit a couple of balls hard every night, just to tease. Erstad issued the customary “This thing’s not over” late Saturday night. But the Angels are, quite literally, not walking the walk. They’ve scored 15 runs in the past six games against the Yankees and White Sox. The worrisome thing is that they went through seven such punchless stretches of six games during the regular season. They might like to think this is just a little bump on the way to the World Series. Instead they’re facing facts, they’re back in a rut at the worst possible time, hitting the way they did when we couldn’t see them getting this far. Kevin Modesti’s column appears in the Daily News three days a week. He can be reached at email@example.com. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
While speaking with the press, Trump was asked if it’s wrong for China to be putting pressure on the NBA … President Donald Trump took aim at Steve Kerr, one of his most vocal critics from the sports world, for not offering an opinion on China’s battle with the NBA, saying Wednesday the Warriors coach “was like a little boy, he was so scared.”Trump’s first remarks on the NBA-China situation are aimed at Steve Kerr https://t.co/zevPqJjlQn— Tom Barrabi (@TBarrabi) October 9, 2019
The principal islands in Maine’s Casco Bay have long attracted plenty of summertime visitors. Unfortunately for some of the islands’ year-round residents, however, the islands’ fair-weather popularity has driven up housing prices and squeezed many of folks out of the market.Concerns over housing affordability on Peaks Island, one of the most populous islands in the bay, prompted the formation of a community group called Home Start, which has launched an initiative aimed at addressing the affordability issue while also introducing energy-efficient modular homes to the community.Formed in 2004, Home Start bought its first property in 2007 – a house whose relatively spacious, 16,000-sq.-ft. lot inspired the group to ask the city of Portland, which has jurisdiction over Peaks Island, to rezone the parcel for three lots. That request has been honored. Once funding has been lined up, Home Start will proceed with a plan that includes the renovation or replacement of the existing home, which will be operated as a rental, and the construction of two new homes that will be offered as rent-to-own properties.A different type of island homeThe new houses were designed by Kaplan Thompson Architects of Portland, with an eye for the architectural vernacular of Peaks Island’s colonial-style housing stock, but also with the intention of raising its standards for energy performance. Most homes on Peaks Island are seriously deficient in the latter, notes a recent story in The Working Waterfront, which covers coastal Maine.The houses will be built by Keiser Homes, based in Oxford, Maine, and shipped and assembled by ModSource, another Oxford-based company. Kaplan Thompson has designed all three models – Peaks, Chebeague, and Great Diamond – for modular construction and named the homes after Casco Bay islands. The homes are being marketed on Keiser’s website as the Modular Zero Homes line.Prices for the Peaks model, a 1,200-sq.-ft. three-bedroom, start at $205,000. Like all three homes in the lineup, Peaks has 12-inch-thick cellulose-insulated double-stud walls (R-40), an R-60 roof, and triple-glazed windows. Solar hot water systems and photovoltaic arrays are among the available options.[Ed’s Note: Phil Kaplan, principal of Kaplan Thompson Architects, along with his co-host Chris Briley, podcast regularly for Green Building Advisor in the Green Architects’ Lounge. Phil’s partner, Jesse Thompson, makes semi-regular appearances.]