In addition to her on-court achievements, Mattingly served as liaison for basketball officials to the NCAA Rules Committee from 2003-05. Mattingly will lead an officiating consortium of conferences that include the ASUN, Ohio Valley, SEC, Sun Belt and SWAC in addition to the Southland. “I want to thank our Commissioners and their staffs for this tremendous opportunity,” said Mattingly. “I look forward to working with all our administrators, coaches, student-athletes and officials to build on the great foundation that Sally Bell and her staff engineered. Additionally, I want to thank all the strong leaders who made themselves available to me. There is no price tag high enough for their generosity to me and on my behalf. Our game has been so generous to me, I’m anxious to give something back.” FRISCO, Texas – College basketball officiating veteran Lisa Mattingly is the new coordinator of women’s basketball officials for the Southland Conference. Commissioner Tom Burnett made the announcement Tuesday. A 1982 graduate of Sue Bennett College, Mattingly has served as a women’s basketball official in the SEC since 1995 and has also officiated in the ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Big East, Conference USA, OVC, Missouri Valley, MAC and Horizon League. She has officiated an average of more than 85 games per year while serving as crew chief in 90 percent of those contests. “Lisa is uniquely qualified to lead the Southland Conference officiating program, and we’re fortunate that she’s joining us in this key role,” said Burnett. “She understands basketball from a variety of perspectives and her wealth of experience will be beneficial to the league’s 13 women’s basketball programs. Lisa will continue to build upon the foundation set forth by (former coordinator) Sally Bell.”Mattingly was first selected to officiate in an NCAA Tournament in 1996 and since that time has worked 21 NCAA Regional Tournaments and 18 Final Fours including 10 championship games. Additionally, she has officiated dozens of conference tournament contests, including the ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Big East, Conference USA, OVC, Missouri Valley, the SEC. She has also made her mark in professional basketball, having been selected to officiate in the inaugural season of the WNBA in 1997. She officiated the WNBA League Championship Series from 2000-07, including the league finals from 2002-06. She was also selected to officiate the WNBA All-Star Game in 2000 and 2006.
As to Ferreyra, in just under a year has 29 meetings played, in a sum of 1,368 minutes. He has scored nine goals, but six were in the previous Europa League. Precisely the arrival of RDT can lead to the departure of ‘Chucky’. With your transfer record, Raúl de Tomás culminates for now a relationship between Espanyol and Benfica That has been maintained over time. Without going any further, just a year ago, also in the winter market, when two other players came from the Lisbon entity. In the 2013-14 season, also on loan, they arrived Luis Miguel Afonso ‘Pizzi’ and Sidnei Rechel. The first ended up playing 34 games, with four goals, before returning to Benfica to succeed until today. And the central participated in 18 jets, even scoring two goals against Jaén (one of them, in own goal) and starring excursions.Without landing directly from Benfica, they also passed through Espanyol Simao Sabrosa, Roberto Jiménez, Quique Sánchez Flores or the long-awaited José Antonio Reyes. So much Facundo Ferreyra as Alfa Semedo landed in January 2018. The midfielder paradoxically played more games that season with Benfica (ten) than the three he would end up playing in Espanyol, divided into residual minutes: 20 ’against Valencia, 13 ’against Huesca in which everything went backwards (Even before entering, Hernán Pérez’s shirt was mistaken, instead of his) and another 13 at the Camp Nou, quite correct.
Senators attending regular session yesterday hurriedly fled the Senate Chambers on hearing reports of a fire outbreak in the building.The fire, which reportedly started from the high ceiling of the Chamber, was immediately brought under control with no serious damage to that important section of the Capitol Building which hosts Legislators during joint sessions.At the time of the alarm, the lawmakers were discussing a letter from the Minister of Health-designate, Dr. Bernice Dahn, in response to the one sent to the Senators by the National Health Workers Association of Liberia (NAHWAL) asking them not to confirm her.The discussion which turned into a heated debate was prompted by a call to order by Lofa County ranking Senator George Tengbeh. Sen. Tengbeh called for a halt to the reading of Dr. Dahn’s letter, citing its voluminous nature. In line with precedent, not rule, he called for a motion that the letter be sent to the Committee on Health.But the motion, not the call to order, was vehemently protested against by several Senators, with Maryland County Sen. Dan Morais taking the lead, citing Rule 50 of the Senate.Sen. Morais and those siding with him reminded their colleagues that the letter must be read in its entirety as approved by plenary when it was passed as an agenda item for yesterday’s sitting.This argument was however, short-lived when Pro Tempore Armah Jallah announced: “There is report of a fire in the Joint Chambers, and session is hereby suspended.”That notice did not need repeating, as Senators hurriedly collected their documents and other belongings and left the Chamber. The lights went out immediately thereafter.Meanwhile, Dr. Dahn’s lengthy letter, only half of which was read, carried several attachments and gave specific reasons that led to the dismissals of the two NAHWAL leaders, Messrs. Joseph Tamba and George Williams, president and secretary general, respectively.Firstly, Dr. Dahn said their dismissals were based on the death in Grand Gedeh County of a pregnant woman who needed a caesarian section and was denied care by an anesthetic nurse on duty. “This (was) sheer wickedness in addition to a total neglect and gross breach of our medical ethics…and the non-compulsory response to journalists’ questions posed to the leadership of NAHWAL on what their regrets were in relation to the woman’s death. Their response (allegedly) was that ‘this is a revolution.’Dr. Dahn said this “hardened response prompted the senior management team of the Ministry to advise the Minister of Health to apply the law which prevents such action by civil servants. This advice was endorsed by the executive.”Dr. Dahn then wondered whether the Ministry was wrong for being the voice of the people. “A dead pregnant woman, a deceased baby…had it been one of us, Honorable members of the Senate or one of our immediate relatives, what would we have expected of the Minister of Health? Please Sirs, kindly ponder these thoughts from the human perspective and advise us…,” said Dr. Dahn in her letter. It may be recalled that NAHWAL through its leadership recently launched a scathing attack on Dr. Dahn in a three-page letter to the Senate cataloguing alleged misdeeds that if considered by that body cannot qualify her for the post.In the letter dated April 20 Messrs. Williams and Tamba accused Dr. Dahn of constantly discouraging partners, who desired to add a little more to incentives of health workers, as was the case at the Redemption Hospital in New Kru Town.NAHWAL, according to the letter, “strongly believes that if government’s agenda is for an improved health care delivery system in the post-Ebola era, then certainly, Dr. Dahn, the former CMO, who led the sector for ten years to its total collapse, cannot be a worthy steward of the Ministry of Health & Social Welfare.”In another development, the Senate yesterday granted Minister of Finance and Development Planning, Amara Konneh an excuse to allow him to attend the 52nd Anniversary of the African Development Bank (AfDB) conference in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire.As one of the governors, Mr. Konneh informed the Senate that he was expected to deliver a paper and also vote for the next leadership of the Bank, and as such, he was requesting that the Senate allow him to appear before them next week to be able to adequately answer questions related to his recent town hall statement in the United States.The Senate granted his request and Minister Konneh will now appear on Thursday, June 4.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Daniel O’Donnell has revealed the sadness of spending a first Christmas without his late mother Julia was made a little better by a surprise engagement at his home.DanielThe singer revealed how he returned home from midnight mass in Kincasslagh to a very happy occasion with wife Majella.Daniel revealed “I joined the choir in our local church for midnight mass There really is something very special about this service for me. “After mass, as we have done for many years, we went back to my sister Kathleen’s house for homemade soup. It was then that my mother’s presence was really missed as she was always sitting in the corner waiting to greet us all as we returned from mass.“When we got back to our own house Majella, Michael, Siobhan and Siobhan’s boyfriend Gavin opened presents from underneath the Christmas tree.“We got a great surprise and were delighted to be present when Gavin proposed to Siobhan. Thankfully for Gavin she said Yes!! There was tears and laughter all around.” DANIEL’S SAD CHRISTMAS HAS A TOUCHING ENDING was last modified: January 7th, 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) Tags:daniel o’donnelldonegalengagementmother Juliasinger
Banda-monium has hit Zambia. PIC by Geraldine Diver.TEEN soccer sensation BJ Banda hasn’t just rocked Ballybofey – he’s rocking in Zambia too!The Finn Harps player came up with a magical header to send his club into the Premier League on Friday night.And his stunning header hasn’t gone unnoticed in Zambia where his dad Billy Snr represented his country as a forward on the national basketball team. His famous goal was even shown on the main national station ZNBC.“Born to Zambian parents Billy and Matanda Banda, Billy, a South African born teenager scored a wonderful header, with four minutes remaining much to the delight of the fans who have waited seven years for the team to return to the topflight,” enthused the Zambian Daily Mail.“Banda, a lanky striker with his distinctive rasta, has spent his growing years in the Republic of Ireland where his parents relocated to 12 years ago. Now 17-year-old Billy has been catapulted into the sporting headlines and overnight has become a household name in Donegal,” said the paper.His father Billy told the paper: “I don’t think he knows the impact his goal has had on people.” REVEALED: HOW BJ BANDA IS MAKING HEADLINES – IN ZAMBIA! was last modified: November 10th, 2015 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:BJ Bandafinn harpsZambia
REVEALED WE ARE READY TO SELL EDEN WE HAVE HUDSON-ODOI— MoZarri (@moazCFC) July 23, 2018 I’m not overexaggerating but Hudson-Odoi is our second best winger at the club— MoH⚽️ (@FfsMoH) July 23, 2018 smart causal 2 Hudson-Odoi looked the real deal REAL DEAL REVEALED gameday cracker tense How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures silverware Integrate Hudson-Odoi in the first team @ChelseaFC or we riot #CFC #CFCinPerth— GuNjAn (@Isco_AsensioFC) July 23, 2018 Chelsea do not need a Hazard backup. We already have Callum Hudson-Odoi. Oh what a game he is having.#CFC #CFCInPerth— Chelsea Uncensored (@nagarsaki_cfc) July 23, 2018 England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won His incredible footwork caught the eye when he successfully beat opponents with brilliant close control, and it was one such turn that led to the opening goal; Hudson-Odoi fooled a defender and created acres of space for himself with a neat cut-back, giving him time to cross the ball into the area for Pedro to prod a first-time finish into the back of the net. Callum Hudson-Odoi is the next big thing— . (@Cuccittinii) July 23, 2018 shining Hudson-odoi needs to be getting games next season! Ridiculous how good he is already!— Jon Davies (@jonnyd92) July 23, 2018 Chelsea fans have been excited about Hudson-Odoi for a long, long time, and seeing him impress so highly – even if it is pre-season – led to some brilliant reactions on social media.We gathered some of the best tweets below… Latest Chelsea news Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Look how Sarri have Chelsea playing. Hudson-Odoi in particular. Absolutely exquisite— Apollo. (@apollosapien) July 23, 2018 Rated as the best player in Chelsea’s academy, Hudson-Odoi, 17, made four appearances under Antonio Conte last season, and he would certainly have done his chances of being a first-team player this term no harm.Playing down the left flank for the opening 45 minutes, the England youth international terrorised Perth’s right-back time and time again with some truly superb runs. Sarri must be impressed by Hudson-Odoi. Won’t be surprised if he starts in the community shield.— Mike (@MidfieIdRole) July 23, 2018 Odoi is absolute class. Get this kid in the first team. He’s definitely showing Sarri what he’s got.— Josh 🏴 (@LoftusCheeks) July 23, 2018 How Chelsea could line up against Southampton – what system will Lampard play? Hudson-Odoi did brilliantly to create Pedro’s goal Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Hudson-Odoi is better than Messi. Jorginho Premier League player of the season 2018-19. These are facts.— Super Frank (@RomansCFC) July 23, 2018 Chelsea fans got their first taste of the Maurizio Sarri era on Monday afternoon, with the Blues playing Perth Glory in Australia.There were positive signs for the west Londoners as they attempted to implement Sarriball, with summer signing Jorginho impressing at the base of the midfield, and Pedro looking to have found a new lease of life in attack.However, no one caught the eye as much as Callum Hudson-Odoi, the teenage forward. Real Madrid ‘offer’ Isco to Chelsea in bid to ‘make room’ for Tottenham star Hudson Odoi with a fantastic assist today. Would love to see him and Charly Musonda AT LEAST feature in all Europa League matches this season. #CFC— German Jack (@GermanJack_CFC) July 23, 2018 2 Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? possible xi Hudson-Odoi deffo needs to play more matches this season. Boy’s a real talent— Damzz (@Dami_cfc9) July 23, 2018 Hudson-Odoi is unbelievable man. I don’t think he’d look out of place if he started every PL game for Chelsea this upcoming season, he’s that good.— Sam (@ILLESTVlLLAIN) July 23, 2018 possible standings Hudson-Odoi is our Willian replacement; take the £70m from Barca and invest it elsewhere.— A (@eIcampeon) July 23, 2018 Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars
Drake (4-3-0, 1-0-0 MVC) travels to Valparaiso on Wednesday night. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Print Friendly Version “We are delighted that Liam has received this level of recognition as it is a deserved reward for his performances and the amount of time he invests for the team,” said Drake head coach Gareth Smith. “He has demonstrated strong leadership in our back line and has been instrumental in helping us with three great defensive displays and consecutive wins. I’m delighted for him, and this is a great platform to build on through the rest of our conference play.” Wilson is the second Bulldog to garner recognition this week. Goalkeeper Luke Anderson was named the Missouri Valley Conference’s Defensive Player of the Week on Tuesday. Wilson has played all 270 minutes in Drake’s last three matches, all three of which were shutout wins, serving as the rock of the back line. DES MOINES, Iowa – Senior defender Liam Wilson earned a place on College Soccer News’ National Team of the Week, the website announced Tuesday.
Lagan Harps striker Amber Barrett was the toast of Milford last night after scoring a late goal to help Ireland U19’s secure a deserved draw against Portugal. Barrett showed great composure to finish after forcing the mistake from the Portugese keeper after she chased down an under hit back-pass to the keeper.Ireland got exactly what they deserved after dominating the game for long spells. They fell behind just before half-time following a mix-up in the Irish defence.Ireland initially struggled with conditions early on as the heat was over 30 degrees despite the 8pm kick-off but adapted to the conditions as the game went on.They will play Portugal again on Thursday.MILFORD GIRL AMBER BARRETT IS IRELAND’S HERO IN PORTUGAL was last modified: September 4th, 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:Amber BarrettdrawIrelandMilfordnewsportugalSport
Calls have been made for an all-new Donegal Town Garda Station and extra personnel to tackle crime following recent plans to downgrade the station. It was announced in February that the Donegal Town station would have opening hours reduced from 24 hours to a total of approx 6 hours per day. The downgrade has caused much concern in relation to crime levels and garda personnel available in the town. Speaking at this week’s Donegal Joint Policing Committee, community representative Lawrence McManus called on local politicians to allocate more funds for the station. “I have a job for the TDs to open a new Donegal Town Garda Station, not the old one opened up. The old one is past its sell-by date, there aren’t enough guards and there’s not enough money,” Mr McManus said. Cllr. Gerry McMonagle, Chair of the Donegal Joint Policing Committee, asked for reassurance from the senior Garda panel that there are enough resources to fight crime. Cllr McMonagle said: “We know there is a serious lack of resources in the county. As an elected representative we are continuously lobbying the Department of Justice and the Garda Commissioner to send more resources and personnel to the county and it seems to be falling on deaf ears.”Inspector Denis Joyce said crime under constant analysis in the county. He suggested that more Garda Reserves would help personnel challenges within the force. Inspector Joyce said that 13 provisional garda members have been allocated to Letterkenny in the last three months, and it is planned for the officers to be moved out across the county to provide extra personnel and crime patrol. He said gardai are monitoring crime trends on the PULSE system and on a regional level.Inspector Joyce acknowledged that the biggest challenge is having gardai visible out on the beat in towns. He said: “We are pushing for people to join up to the Garda Reserves. It’s a great way to give something back, to come out and do what we have to do on a Saturday night. Every person on the beat helps us and I would encourage people to join the Reserves.”Reassurance sought on ‘out of date’ Donegal Town Garda Station was last modified: May 1st, 2018 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:Donegal Joint Policing Committeedonegal town garda station
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest For many areas of the eastern Corn Belt, a great deal of corn has been planted over the past few weeks. Some corn has emerged and is in the early stages of growth. One phenomenon that commonly occurs at the early stages of the growing season is the appearance of purple corn plants. Corn plants can turn purple for several reasons related to environmental factors such as:• Sunny days and cool nights (temps in the 40s to 50s F)• Soil pH lower than 5.5• Cool temperatures• Wet soil• Stresses that hinder the uptake of phosphorus• Herbicide injury• Soil compactionWhen saturated soils and cooler weather occur, producers may see some purple plants in their fields. Purpling in corn due to cooler weather most often occurs when plants are in the V2 to V5 growth stages. Because of diverse genetics, hybrids react differently to early stress and some will exhibit purpling while others will not. Anyone who has walked a test plot to observe early plant vigor or has split their planter between two hybrids has probably seen a side-by-side comparison where one hybrid turned purple while the other did not.The biggest concern for corn growers is usually about whether or not plants that turn purple will diminish corn yields. If the purpling is caused by a temporary stress (sunny days and cool nights, cool temperatures, wet soil, etc.) it will disappear when soils dry out and temperatures increase allowing for normal corn development. Temporary stresses generally do not affect yield. However, if the purpling is symptom caused by a problem that doesn’t go away with a change in the weather (soil compaction, herbicide injury, etc.) yield could be negatively affected.