first_imgDo the echoes of Vinicius’s performance in the Classic follow in Brazil?Yeah right! Little by little, Vinicius is releasing and gaining confidence. He is very young but has a lot of quality and, above all, a lot of personality. His goal left me very happy.Is that the only thing missing, more successful against the opposite goal? Is it something that can improve over time?Yes it can. I saw Vinicius a lot in Flamengo and he jumped from Juveniles to the first team with only 17 years, that is not easy. The U20 category, which is a great base to learn, he did not live. He made a very big jump in Brazil without being one hundred percent formed. Some things in the field you see that he is testing, improving … especially the finalization and the last pass. It also strengthens tactically. You have to be careful with him.And patience? I tell him because I remember Vini’s tears when he marked Osasuna …He is almost a child who at 18 went to a giant like Madrid. You have to be patient. That day he cried in relief to free himself from the pressure. But he has personality to play in Madrid, he always faces, again and again. The Bernabéu likes that, he doesn’t have to change his identity. Something similar happened to me in Madrid, I never wanted to lose my style.You were left-handed and played on the left. Have the ends become natural leg? Yes, I was on the left, I was more comfortable. Soccer has changed. In my time were Reyes, Vicente, Denilson … Now you don’t play close to the line. You don’t see players like that.He also saw the emergence of Reiner in Flamengo. What has Madrid signed with him?He has proven in a very short time to be a very interesting footballer. Last year it was good for him to play in a very experienced Flamengo. What he played was impressive, with very important goals and assists.Does he look so much like Kaka?I do not like to compare (laughs) … But if there is a player who, by style, it may seem, is him.Tell me about Rodrygo. How should you manage to go from a hat-trick to Galatasaray to not play?With peace of mind He has shown that he can score and that he has quality. This season will help you gain more experience and adaptation.Why has Brazil now become Madrid’s favorite market?It’s normal, football has changed with young people. I signed in Madrid for 1997 at the age of 23 and was thought to be young … Today it is almost impossible to sign a player in Brazil at that age. The good ones go to Europe with 17 or 18 years because it is easier to adapt.Did it cost you more?Today there is more information. I arrived in Madrid in December. I had left Rio de Janeiro with 40 degrees of heat and landed in Barajas at 2 … and in my suitcase I was wearing the swimsuit. I wanted to catch the first plane back! Imagine! (laughs)last_img read more

first_img“It should be close”. That is the view of seasoned Jamaica Scorpions all-rounder David Bernard Jr, as the team prepares to battle Barbados Pride, in the opening round of the second annual WICB Professional Cricket League. The clash, which bowls off today at Kensington Oval in Barbados, will see the Scorpions, for the first time in years, entering the contest as slight underdogs, despite boasting players, who have represented the West Indies in the past. To be led for the first time by recent Jamaica Under-19 captain, Paul Palmer Jr, the Scorpians has in their squad discarded Barbadian Kirk Edwards, Bernard Jr, spinner Nikita Miller, and wicketkeepers, Carlton Baugh Jr, and Chadwick Walton, who has don the colours of the regional side. However, with Barbados, playing at home, and boasting seven West Indies players, the task for the rebuilding Scorpions, could be a daunting one. Guided by West Indies opener Kraigg Brathwaite, the Pride has in their squad as West Indies representatives, fast bowlers Kemar Roach and Miguel Cummins, opener Shai Hope, wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich, left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican, and off-spinner, Ashley Nurse. “I think Barbados is as weary about us as we are of them as we are good team as they are a good team,” cited Bernard Jr. “However, over the years we have had good battles, and, often times we have got the better of them, so it should be close.” “It’s, therefore, about going out there, and play to the plans that we have set out,” he continued. Jamaica, second-from-bottom place finishers last season, are set to pivot their batting around Edwards, Baugh Jr, and Walton, who is likely to play as a batsman. The quartet, in-form based on the team’s preseason matches, will also be hoping that exciting opener John Campbell, and his new partner Palmer Jr, along with Andre McCarthy, can add in their runs scoring pursuits. Their bowling, the team’s mainstay in their last three failed title campaigns, is again slated to led by the consistent Miller with Jason Dawes and Marquino Mindley likely to provide fast bowling support. As for Barbados, runners-up last season behind Guyana Jaguars, their batting should stem around Brathwaite, Hope and Dowrich, who recently returned from Sri Lanka, and their bowling, Roach and Warrican, who too were on the Asian sub-continent.last_img read more

first_imgA taxi driver was on Tuesday hauled before the courts for sexually assaulting a schoolgirl.Nowrang Samaroo, called “Fenton” of Canefield, East Canje, Berbice appeared before Magistrate Peter Hugh charged with sexual assault.It is alleged that on January 8, 2019, at Vryheid Road, New Amsterdam, Samaroo sexually assaulted the teenager while she was a passenger in his motor car. Samaroo, who was unrepresented, pleaded not guilty to the charge.Police Prosecutor Inspector Bernard Brown had no objections to the accused being granted bail. He was placed on $75,000 bail and would make his next court appearance on January 29, 2019.It was reported that on the day in question, the teen plunged out of the suspect’s car after he attempted to rip off her clothes.The teenager reportedly boarded the car outside her school with the intention of heading home. However, during the journey, the driver allegedly started to make sexual advances at the teen. Soon after, he reached across to the teen and started to take off her clothes, but the teen opened the door and jumped out.She was picked up by another driver and taken to the Police Station where a complaint was lodged.last_img read more

first_imgCrucial mistakes cost Hull City three points, according to manager Steve Bruce, as his side were defeated 3-0 at home to Newcastle United.Three league defeats in a row now sees the Tigers sitting in the relegation zone and the 54-year-old admitted his players simply weren’t good enough against their opponents.And the boss insisted they must give more if they are to stave off the threat of demotion to the Championship.“As I’ve said repeatedly at this level, you can’t make the mistakes we made – for the first two goals in particular,” said Bruce. “Unfortunately in the last couple of games we’ve bought it in to our game.“Confidence and a little bit of spirit is what we need to rediscover. We’ve got some good players here who aren’t performing to the level that I’m used to seeing. That’s what being a Premier League footballer is all about, you have to find the resilience or the spirit that a club like ours needs.“It’s frustrating as we’ve had 18 shots and 12 on target, where they’ve had four on target and scored three – there lies the difference.”last_img read more

first_imgBY BRENDA O’DONNELL, LIFFORD ATHLETIC CLUB: So here it is, the first day of 2013 and a Happy New Year to all.With a New Year, it brings new beginnings and the best of intentions to do things differently over the next 12 months. For most, getting fit, losing weight and getting in shape will be well up the list of New Years Resolutions, while for others, it will be a case of trying to improve further on race times achieved in 2012.What better way to start the year than with the Lifford AC New Year 3 Race Series starting on the 20th January. Whether you want to run, walk or jog, this series provides the ideal opportunity to start the New Year the way you mean it to go on. Held at three different venues on accurately measured 5K courses, each race ensures the variety of a unique and different challenge every week.You can also make it a family day out, with each race having a one mile loop added for juveniles with race categories from U9 upwards.Points are accumulated at each of the three races, with prizes presented across a large range of categories at the final race in Lifford on Sunday, 10th February. A PRIZE FUND of over €1,000 and entry only €5 per race (€3 for juveniles) makes this a most attractive and affordable Series.For those of you not already pre-registered, entry can be done on line for one, two or all three races at http://liffordac.com/road-races/ with Race Number and all other relevant information e-mailed to you in advance of the race(s). For further information please email or contact me on 086-6007847.  GET THE NEW YEAR UP AND RUNNING WITH LIFFORD AC 5K SERIES was last modified: January 1st, 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:GET THE NEW YEAR UP AND RUNNING WITH LIFFORD AC 5K SERIESlast_img read more

first_imgA court case into the deaths of eight people in Ireland’s worst ever car accident could take up to three weeks, a court heard today.The only survivor of the crash in Co Donegal was due to appear at Letterkenny Circuit Court.Shaun Kelly, 24, is charged with causing the deaths of the people through dangerous driving after the crash in July 2010. However barrister for Mr Kelly, Peter Nolan, said they were not ready to go ahead with the caseHe said he needed two further reports – one from an engineer and another from a metallurgist“This is a serious case and we can’t leave any stone unturned,” he said.He also sought to have the cars involved in the horrific road smash to be examined in greater detail.In another application he said he was also seeking to have pieces of the cars removed for examination.Mr Nolan said that a number of issues had arisen which needed to be addressed.He added that he would not be holding up the trial if he did not think the new information was vital.Shaun Kelly of Hill Road, Ballymagan, Buncrana has already appeared in court on a number of occasions. He faces a charge of dangerous driving causing the deaths of eight men, at Meenaduff between Clonmany and Buncrana on the Inishowen peninsula, on July 11th, 2010.The men who died in the two- vehicle crash were Hugh Friel (66), Urris, Clonmany; Mark McLaughlin (21), Ballinahone, Fahan; Paul Doherty (19), Ardagh, Ballyliffin; Ciarán Sweeney (19), Ballyliffin; PJ McLaughlin (21), Rockstown, Burnfoot; James McEleney (23), Meenaduff, Clonmany; Eamon McDaid (22), Ballymagan, Buncrana, and Damien McLaughlin (21), Umricam, Buncrana.The case is expected to begin at the next sitting of Letterkenny Circuit Court in January.COURT-CASE INTO IRELAND’S WORST ROAD CRASH COULD TAKE THREE WEEKS COURT TOLD was last modified: October 23rd, 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:court casecrasheight deadengineersPeter NolanShaun Kellylast_img read more

first_imgThree Central Iowa companies have been crowned winners of the inaugural Relays Wellness Challenge.  This new health and wellness initiative, organized in conjunction with the Drake Relays presented by Hy-Vee and contested at the Drake Road Races and Grand Blue Mile, saw 30 companies and 1051 employees participate in its first year.  Congratulations to these three division winners:Small Business (5-50 Employees)                    Apex SystemsMedium Business (51-500 Employees)            Delta DentalLarge Business (501+ Employees)                   Wellmark Blue Cross Blue ShieldThe Relays Wellness Challenge is an incentive based wellness competition between Central Iowa based employers where points are awarded based on participation in the Drake Road Races and the Grand Blue Mile.  Rather than emphasizing a finishing time or place, total scores are calculated on a participant point system relative to the total number of employees in the company. Points can be earned by running, walking or volunteering at these two premier events and immediate family members are also eligible to participate. Winning organizations receive a traveling trophy and recognition at a Drake University athletic event.”In its first year, this program was an unqualified success,” said Blake Boldon, Franklin P. Johnson Drake Relays Director. “We saw companies of every size participate with employees at every level in the organization celebrating their achievement together on the Blue Oval.  Whether volunteering at one of the events or competing for age group awards, it was invigorating to see Central Iowa’s work force participate and support America’s Athletic Classic.  This program has transformational potential for our community and the events.”The 2020 Relays Wellness Challenge will continue at the 52nd Annual Drake Road Races on Sunday, April 19 and at the Grand Blue Mile on Tuesday, April 21. Enrollment begins in October with the opening of the Drake Road Races registration. For more information on enrolling your organization for the free 2020 Relays Wellness Challenge, email drakeroadraces@drake.edu. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

first_imgFiona Kelly pictured with the LYIT Basketball team.Students at LYIT proved they have a huge heart when it comes to worthy causes this week.The students got fully behind the Conor ‘Shorty’ Dorrian event that took place from 10am to 3.30pm on campus at LYIT.The students managed to raise a staggering €2,025 for Conor during this time which included basketball games and other fundraising activities. The student volunteers who assisted at this event were amazing and without them we would not have raised as much money!Well done all you guys.Ian O Neill, Noelle East, Brian McElwaine, Derbhla Gilhooley and Tanya Russell pictured at the Fun Day which was organised for Conor ‘Shorty ‘Dorrian who is a student in Letterkenny Institute of Technology and a dedicated basketball player who is undergoing medical treatment at the moment.Ian O Neill, Su ents Officer, tanya Russell, Welfare Oficer, DJ Stephen, Fiona Kelly , Event Organiser and Brian McElwaine , SU President at the Fun Day in the Institute for Conor ‘Shorty’ Dorrian.STUDENTS CERTAINLY NOT ‘SHORTY’ ON SUPPORT FOR CONOR was last modified: November 14th, 2013 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:basketballConor Shorty DorrianLYITlast_img read more

first_imgDonegal Youth Service and Donegal Youth Council are combining to complete a special project to launch Connecting for Life Donegal – the new county suicide prevention action plan.‘Connecting for Life Donegal has been prepared in response to the new national strategy to prevent suicide ‘Connecting for Life’.The action plan will encourage a better understanding of suicide, suicidal behaviour and self-harm; implement targeted approaches for those who are vulnerable to suicide; improve access, consistency and integration of safe and high quality services and the care pathways between services and support communities to prevent and respond to suicide and suicidal behaviour. The new strategy will be launched on July 13th in LYIT in Letterkenny. Donegal Youth Service along with Donegal Youth Councillors are combining to create a unique photography and film project to help launch the strategy in Donegal and raise awareness but we need your help!We are going on a road trip over the next two weeks and we want people and communities to “start connecting” and show your support for Connecting for Life Donegal and to start working together to prevent suicide. We will be taking photos of people with the new “Connecting for Life Donegal” logo in landmark locations around the county and we want you to share your thoughts on what good mental health means to you. Come help us “Get Donegal Connecting for Life”!!You can get involved and meet the team to participate at the following locations at the dates and times listed:MONDAY 29th JUNE An Grianan Aileach – 10.30amBuncrana (Swans Park Bridge) – 11.30amCarndonagh (The Cross) 12.45pmMalin Head (Banba Crown) 2.30pmMoville (Spire at the Town Pier) 4pm TUESDAY 30th JUNEBundoran (Seafront behind Waterworld) 3.45pmBallyshannon (Rory Gallagher Statue) 4.30pmWEDNESDAY 1st JULY 2015 Glenveagh Castle 10.30amMount Errigal (Cark Park) 11.30amDungloe (Library) 12.15pmBurtonport (Pier) 1pmGweedore (Bad Eddie’s Boat) -2.30pmFalcarragh (The YARD Youth Project) 3.15pmDunfanaghy (the Workhouse) 4pmLough Salt – (Viewing Point) 5pmMONDAY 6th JULYDonegal Town (Donegal Castle) 10.45amKillybegs (Pier) 11.30pmSliabh League 1pmGlencolmcille Folk Village – 2.30pmArdara (Johnny Doherty statue) – 3.30pmGlenties (St Connells Cultural & Heritage Museum) – 4.15pmGlenswilly GAA – 5.15pmTUESDAY 7th JULYLetterkenny (Market Square) – 10.15amLetterkenny (Letterkenny Town Park) – 11.15amBallybofey (Marriage Tree /Entrance to McCumhaill Park) 12.15pmConvoy (Butterfly Garden) 1pmRaphoe (Diamond) – 2.15pmCastlefin (Whitehouse Garden) 3.45pmLifford (Old Courthouse Visitors Centre) 4.30pmFOCUS ON SUICIDE: DONEGAL YOUTH GROUPS TO COMBINE TO ‘CONNECT FOR LIFE’ was last modified: June 29th, 2015 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

first_imgThis week I am going to give you three recipes that you can use to make a healthy and delicious, day of food.The one thing that I hear time and time again is that people find it hard to make healthy food taste good.So, here is a full day of food It has everything from breakfast to dinner and not only is it healthy AND tastes great, but I have also got the calories, protein, carbs and fat worked out for you. These recipes are a favourite of my Rushe Fitness members in our Lean in 2019 program. The next one starts on AUGUST 6TH and you can book your place through the link belowhttps://www.rushefitness.ie/class/lean-in-2019-gym-plan/. 1st up is breakfast SLOW COOKED APPLE PIE OATS INGREDIENTS100 grams of steel-cut or Irish oats400 millilitres of unsweetened almond milk2 medium apples, chopped into 1cm cubes1 teaspoon of coconut oil 1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon¼ teaspoon of ground or freshly grated nutmeg2 tablespoons of maple syrupA squeeze of lemon juice INSTRUCTIONSAdd all the ingredients to your slow cooker. Stir the mixture together until well combined and then cook it on a low heat for 8 hours or a high heat for 4 hours. By this point the oatmeal mixture will have thickened and will be the consistency of porridge.Give the oatmeal a good stir and then finish with your favourite toppings. We recommend peanut butter and chopped apples but anything goes well with this breakfast classic including a little protein powder if you wish to increase the protein content.The oatmeal can be kept in the fridge for up to one week. The dish can be reheated in the microwave or on the stove but keep in mind that the oats will continue to absorb liquid when in the fridge so we recommend adding a splash of almond milk to the mixture to loosen it up.180 CALORIES – 5G PROTEIN – 31G CARBS – 5G FAT – 5G FIBRENext on the menu will be lunch and we will be having a light lunch because dinner will be fit for a King.SALMON BURGERS WITH AVOCADO SALSAINGREDIENTS450 grams of salmon fillet50 grams of panko breadcrumbs1 egg2 spring onions, finely sliced½ poblano pepper, deseeded and slicedThe juice of 1 lemon or 1 lime½ teaspoon of salt¼ teaspoon of black pepperAvocado salsa:1 large ripe avocado, peeled, stoned and chopped½ poblano pepper, deseeded and sliced2 spring onions, finely slicedThe juice of 1 lemon or 1 lime½ teaspoon of salt¼ teaspoon of black pepperINSTRUCTIONSBegin by skinning and chopping the salmon fillet into small chunks. In a large bowl, combine the salmon, panko breadcrumbs, poblano pepper, egg, spring onions, lemon or lime juice, salt and pepper.Once all the ingredients are well-mixed use your hands or a large spoon to divide the mixture into patties.The easiest way to get a consistent shape and size is to mould them with your hands.Place the patties on a medium-hot griddle pan, or alternatively an outdoor barbeque to give it a smoky flavour, and grill for around four minutes on each side until the salmon is cooked through.The avocado salsa is simple but effective – all you have to do is combine the REST OF THE ingredients in a large bowl and mix well. Top the salmon burgers with the salsa and serve with or without a bun.353 KCAL – 23G FAT – 25G PROTEIN – 12G CARB – 4G FIBRE Now we come to dinner and as we have been good all morning, we are going to treat ourselves.Who doesn’t love a good curry?CHICKEN KORMA INGREDIENTS½ white onion, diced2 garlic cloves, crushed200 grams of chicken breast fillets, cut into 3cm pieces2 teaspoon of sunflower oil1 tablespoon of butter1 teaspoon of ground turmeric1 tablespoon of garam masala½ teaspoon of chilli powder½ tablespoon of caster sugar125 grams of low fat plain yoghurt30 millilitres of coconut milk20 grams of flaked almondsINSTRUCTIONSBegin by preheating your oven to 180°C (350°F).Heat the oil and butter in a pan and gently fry the onion for around 3 minutes until it has turned translucent.Then add the garlic and fry until both have begun to caramelise. At this point, add the turmeric, garam masala, chilli powder and sugar to the pan and let the spices roast for around 1 minute, or until they smell incredible.Once the onion and spice mixture is cooked, stir in the yoghurt and coconut milk. Let this gently simmer for a few minutes and remove from the heat.Place the pieces of chicken into a casserole dish and pour over the yoghurt sauce. Cover the dish and bake in the oven for around 30 minutes until the chicken is cooked and is well marinated in the sauce.Before serving, sprinkle flaked almonds over the curry.400 KCAL – 21G FAT – 35G PROTEIN – 18G CARBS – 2G FIBREAnd there you have it.A healthy and delicious day of food and everything worked out for you so you can get great results while still eating great tasting food.Give them a try and be sure to let me know what you think of them.#Leanin2019My Members get recipes like these and more in our Lean in 2019 program.The next one starts on AUGUST 6TH and you can sign up now through the link below.https://www.rushefitness.ie/class/lean-in-2019-gym-plan/DD Fitness: Real healthy recipes was last modified: August 2nd, 2019 by Emmet RusheShare 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