Rafa Nadal continues serving the quarantine interval in Spain at his house in Porto Cristo along with his household ready for the enlargement of the coronavirus to return in Spain, the place there are already greater than 80,000 contaminated by the illness.Regardless of the restrictions, wherein we now have been in a position to see Nadal demonstrating his expertise within the kitchen and performing varied coaching workout routines, The Balearic continues along with his preparation to keep up his bodily tone at the second the competitors resumes on the ATP circuit.This Sunday Nadal revealed a photograph wherein he seems doing workout routines on a step machine together with the remark “At house we proceed. It’s important to keep energetic”, together with the hashtag #YoMeQuedoEnCasa in Spanish, Italian, French and English. Hard I don’t know … at house sure 👍🏻– Rafa Nadal (@RafaelNadal) March 29, 2020ATP echoed Nadal’s photograph including the remark “Somebody continues to be coaching hard at house”, to which Nadal humorously replied: “I don’t know hard … at house sure” Nadal eagerly awaits his return to the circuit as soon as the coronavirus pandemic nightmare ends.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Killbillies opened their season last Saturday with a game against the Grand Prairie Radleak Rollers.The team knocked off the Radleak Rollers 163-69 and had a constant lead of about 50 for most of the game. The team played fast and had a lot of hard hits according to Team President Jenna “Jennacide” Hildebrand.Hildebrand explained that the younger players on the team learnt a lot, threw some hits and got some good experience for the league. Jordan “Mitzz” Kosinsky was awarded the game MVP.- Advertisement -The Killbillies’ next games will be this Saturday in Peace River where they will play the Grimshaw Grim Reapers and the White Court Hot Rollers in a double header.The Next home game for the Killbillies will be May 26th at the North Peace Areana.
Eric Nesbit, golf ministry director at Westshore Evangelical Free Church in Harrisburg, Pa., said they’ve had a golf ministry about a year and plan to hold their first invitational in June. The church has about 55 men in its golf league and is encouraging them to invite other men from outside the church to the invitational. Nesbit said church members heard about In His Grip and wanted to work with Lehman to start such a ministry at their church, which has about 2,500 people who regularly attend services. “Our strategy is not necessarily to have them join the church in the immediate future … but to show them a relationship, whether it’s friendship, enjoying the game of golf together in a Christian way,” he said. “If you were to play golf with me, I don’t curse or throw clubs. It’s a different way of playing golf. “We try to locate opportunities in the discussion where that (Gospel) will come up. You have to be careful. You don’t want to invite a nonbeliever and then rush right into it on the first hole. Hopefully, by them seeing how we interact with each other … will cause them to be interested and get that conversation started.” “Our vision is to reach every golfer in every nation,” Lehman said. “Right now we’re seeing a big trend of churches looking to meet people outside the four walls of the church, and this is a strategy to help them do that.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! In His Grip holds training workshops for churches and shows them how to host golf tournaments to reach out to men who aren’t active churchgoers. Sevedge, 52, attended an In His Grip tournament about three years ago in Port Byron, Ill., where he said he was impressed by the character of golfers participating in the event. He said the experience helped lead him back to attending church regularly and to becoming involved in a Bible study group. A self-employed salesman, Sevedge plays about 60 rounds of golf a year and finished with an impressive 10-handicap last year. His church, Heritage Wesleyan in Rock Island, Ill., hosted the In His Grip tournament. “I’ve always believed in Christ,” he said. “But there was a long time I fell away and wasn’t an active participant. I would go to church and go through the motions. But this sparked me to really seek out my relationship with Christ. It led me back.” Golf courses are ideal places to share the Gospel because it takes hours to play a round, and it’s easy to talk while walking along fairways and riding in golf carts, organizers say. NASHVILLE, Tenn. – It wasn’t a big tent revival, TV evangelist or personal crisis that led Russ Sevedge back to church. It was big drives and fast greens. Sevedge and other serious golfers like him are finding Jesus on the fairways because of the In His Grip Golf Association, a ministry that teaches churches how to use golf as a way to share the Gospel. Founder Scott Lehman said he got the idea for In His Grip from driving by golf courses on Sunday mornings and seeing men teeing off instead of going to church. “A lot of Sundays, you go by the golf course and they’re really packed,” Lehman said. “We felt like there was an opportunity to take our faith to the fairways and just meet them (golfers) where they’re at and introduce them to the church and ultimately to Jesus Christ.”
Liverpool, however, have not won the English title in the Premier League era — their last domestic Championship crown came back in 1990.And with Tottenham having hammered Everton, Liverpool’s local rivals, 6-2 on Sunday, Klopp does not expect to have things all his own way during the rest of the season.“You (the media) make these stories about who is in and who is out,” said Klopp.“I saw the game against Everton who played absolutely more than okay and then they (Spurs) hit pretty much everything and it was really impressive how Tottenham did.“The same will happen to Arsenal and Chelsea. No decision is made, why should it be? Nobody should feel safe, no one should feel out of the race. It is not a time to think about it.“For me they (Tottenham) were never out so why should people be surprised they are now in? A lot of teams are in whatever you call the title race and that is how it should be.”The German added: “That is maybe only the difference to last year when pretty much nobody was in any more at this time and that is good for all supporters out there.“Being unbeaten in the league until December is not something I had too often in my life. We did really well so far, and we have to do even better from now on. That’s the challenge for us.”Liverpool fans know only too well that being top at Christmas is no guarantee of the league title.There may have only been two occasions in the past 10 years where the team top on December 25 failed to win the Premier League but in both instances it was Liverpool, in 2008 and 2014, who could not complete the job.Only James Milner among Liverpool’s current squad knows what it’s like to win the Premier League, having been a member of Manchester City’s victorious squads in 2012 and 2014.But Klopp, who won the Bundesliga title with Borussia Dortmund in 2011 and 2012, insisted: “I know that all players who have won the title, at one time it was their first time.“You don’t know what is more important, is it experience, potential, attitude, desire or joy, being completely fresh having never had it before?“Experience is always good if you are young enough to use it. We have to use all experience from the last games, especially from the last season, and that’s much more important.“Character is always very important but with these boys there is no doubt about that because we achieved already in the past big things: finals, good positions in the league.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is taking nothing for granted in the title race © AFP/File / Geoff CADDICKLONDON, United Kingdom, Dec 24 – Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has said the fact his side top the Premier League table heading into the busy holiday period counts for little.The Anfield club are four points clear at the summit going into their Boxing Day clash at home to Newcastle, with champions Manchester City second and Tottenham Hotspur six points adrift in third place.
The news has come through this afternoon of the sad passing of our great friend, Cllr. Tadhg Culbert. Though a native of Tipperary, Tadhg was a Letterkenny man through and through. He was sent to Letterkenny with the P&T as it was back then and spent 40 years as an employee with An Post.Being a keen hurler, he first joined St. Eunan’s as a hurling player in the 70’s. He immersed himself in Letterkenny life, marrying Hilda Flood and becoming a long serving member of Letterkenny Town Council. He was a passionate follower of first Neil T. Blaney before becoming a great friend, supporter and ally to Dr. James McDaid and Fianna Fáil.Over the years he retained a keen interest in sport, in particular Tipperary hurling, St. Eunan’s GAA club, Letterkenny Rovers and the Irish football team. Tadhg was always a generous contributor to St. Eunan’s GAA club from his council bursaries and his unwavering support, and that of his colleagues on Letterkenny Town council in our recent Boundary dispute will long be remembered by our club. Tadhg was known to enjoy a pint and was a regular in Blake’s Bar, McClafferty’s, The Orchard and the Central where there was always a good story and some good, honest advice to be had.He was a good friend, and I will never forget him, I will remember him with a smile on his face.To Hilda, Andrew and Lisa and his wider circle of family and friends, we extend our deepest sympathies.Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam. May He Rest In Peace. Paul McGovern PRO Naomh Adhamhnáin ‘HE ALWAYS HAD A SMILE ON HIS FACE’ – TRIBUTE TO TADHG CULBERT was last modified: April 17th, 2013 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:’HE ALWAYS HAD A SMILE ON HIS FACE’ – TRIBUTE TO TADHG CULBERT
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Our Seniors and Reserves played away to Cloughaneely on Saturday afternoon on the final league match of the season.The reserves started brightly and a Sean Rooney goal left them well in control at half-time. The second half was one way traffic and a further goal from Pauric Gormley meant the lads ran out victors to finish of a good season on a scoreline of 2-5 to 0-3.The seniors, playing against a stiff breeze trailed by 7 points mid way through the first half but a mix up in the Cloughaneely defence left Pete Walsh through on goal to cut the deficit. Some great defensive work curbed the Cloughaneely threat for the remainder of the half and Naomh Brid tagged on 2 more points to trail at the break 0-8 to 1-3. A good start to the second half saw Naomh Brid draw level but a Cloughaneely goal followed by a few points put them back in the driving seat.A long range goal from Gary McCafferty left 2 between the sides again and with the lads piling on the pressure they managed to draw level in the last minute but couldn’t get the point to give them the much needed victory.The games concluded the season for both sides and they will be back in Division 3 next season. There was no winner of this weeks lotto jackpot. The jackpot now stands at €12, 650.The winning numbers were; 9,15,17,20 and 22. Winners of €25 were; Kevin Heeney, Matt Griffith, P.J O’Driscoll and Eileen Sweeney. Next weeks draw will take place in the country in on 12th November. GAA: NAOMH BRID GAA CLUB NEWS was last modified: November 6th, 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:GAA: NAOMH BRID GAA CLUB NEWS
RANKED Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Latest transfer gossip on talkSPORT.com Borussia Dortmund have placed Tottenham midfielder Victor Wanyama on their summer wishlist.The Kenyan endured an injury-affected season last term and managed just eight starts in the Premier League but he is still considered an important member of Mauricio Pochettino’s squad. LIVING THE DREAM LATEST IN DEMAND 1 Wanyama was more of a squad player for Spurs in the 2017/18 season REVEALED Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland targets targets However, that has not stopped Dortmund from plotting a potential move for him, according to Sport Bild.The Bundesliga club may lose both Julian Weigl and Nuri Sahin during the transfer window so will need reinforcements in central midfield.And it has been suggested that they could make their move for Wanyama as soon as they have a space to fill. Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer moving on The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star
Ireland’s first woman boxing referee said she hopes Katie Taylor’s Olympic Gold medal win will encourage some of Ireland’s more “experienced” boxing coaches to help more girls to join the sport.Sadie Duffy, from Buncrana, has been refereeing some of Ireland’s biggest boxing names since she first became a referee in 1997.Sadie has become good friends with the Bray golden girl after refereeing a number of her bouts over the years. But she said that while boxing in Ireland has changed in recent years, more work still needs to be done to get girls into the ring.“Women’s boxing has come on so much in Ireland and that is down so much to Katie Taylor.“But it still needs plenty of encouragement. It has always been a man’s sport but that is changing.“I just hope now that with Katie’s magnificent win some of Ireland’s more ‘experienced’ coaches can finally see what women’s boxing has to offer. “Gender should never be an issue. It should only be seen as two athletes in the ring,” she said.Sadie, who is a member of the Illies Golden Gloves Club, has travelled the world both refereeing and managing boxers.Ironically it was because of a man that Sadie first became interested in boxing.Her husband Eddie, now a coach with Illies Golden Gloves, used to box and Sadie would attend his bouts.But instead of taking a back seat Sadie decided she had better get involved if she wanted to see more of her then boyfriend. “Instead of taking a back seat I decided I would like to get involved. I did a six week course with the Derry County Board and continued from there.“I had to do various exams and I eventually qualified in 1997 when I refereed my first bout at St Canice’s Club in Derry,” she said.Sadie said she was delighted to watch Katie eventually realise her goal and win an Olympic title.“If anyone deserved to fulfill their dream then it’s Katie. “She is the nicest and most modest girl you could meet. Nobody will ever realise what she has done for sport in Ireland.“She has a lovely family and I am so delighted for them all that Katie’s dream has become a reality,” added Sadie.SADIE HOPES COACHES WILL ‘BOX CLEVER’ AFTER KATIE’S GOLDEN WIN was last modified: August 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:boxingIllies Boxing ClubKatie TaylorSadie Duffy
TicketsDrake Women’s Basketball season ticket holders and Bulldog Club members are given the first opportunity to request tickets to the NCAA First Round and have received an email with ticket request instructions. The priority period for Season Ticket Holders and Bulldog Club members will close at noon on Tuesday, March 14. Making a ticket request does not guarantee tickets, as they are based on availability and Drake Athletics Priority Points System (DAPPS). Those who have requested tickets will be notified by Tuesday afternoon if they have been awarded tickets or not. If any tickets remain, they will be made available to Drake fans and the general public at noon on Tuesday, March 14. Seats will be allocated based on DAPPS. Tickets may be reserved by calling the Drake Athletics Ticket Office at 515-271-DOGS (3647). Print Friendly Version Story Links The No. 20/18 Drake University women’s basketball team (28-4) is a No. 10 seed in the NCAA Tournament and the Bulldogs will play at No. 7 seed Kansas State (22-10) Saturday, March 18, it was announced Monday night on the NCAA Women’s Basketball Selection Show on ESPN. The first-round game in Manhattan, Kan., will start at 3 p.m. and be broadcast on ESPN2. Drake earned the Missouri Valley Conference’s automatic NCAA Tournament berth by winning its sixth MVC Tournament title on Sunday against UNI. The Bulldogs are making their 11th all-time appearance in the NCAA Tournament and first NCAA appearance since 2007. In 2007, Drake lost to eventual NCAA champion Tennessee. NCAA Tournament Central Photo Gallery Drake and Kansas State have played 17 games all-time with the Wildcats holding a 12-5 advantage. The two teams last played each other in 2000 at the Knapp Center in a tight contest won by Kansas State, 69-63. The winner of Drake and Kansas State will face the winner of No. 2 Stanford and No. 15 New Mexico State on Monday, March 20. Click here for more information about Drake’s 2017 NCAA Tournament appearance as it becomes available.