In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ View comments Philippine Army to acquire MANPADS, self-propelled howitzers Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title In the second game, Phoenix battles Meralco as the Fuel Masters hope to finally break through this season.However, coach Louie Alas isn’t ready to measure his squad against the top teams of the league just yet.Right now, he wants to look at the squads his team is realistically competitive against.“We must be able to beat teams we are supposed to beat,” Alas said in Filipino during the PBA’s recent media day.“That’s where we will start.”Phoenix goes into a second season with Calvin Abueva now fully absorbed into its system and with additions Alex Mallari and Dave Marcelo, Alas feels he has the pieces to finally take it to the big guns of the league.“We’re deeper now,” Alas said. “So I guess this season, we can really compete.”Alas, however, is grounding himself in reality—at least for now.“San Miguel, Ginebra, Purefoods and Alaska, those are real elite teams. We will try to compete as hard as we can against them,” said Alas. “But right now, the test will be to beat the teams that are in the same level as we are in. I’m not saying we’re better than the rest of the field. But we should be able to win the games we have to win against them.” Alkhaldi eyes gold this time Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title 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 But he doesn’t feel the pressure, just the challenge.“At this point, all I really want to gain is the experience,” Desiderio told the Inquirer during the recent PBA media day.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissHe knows he has to find his niche in Blackwater coach Bong Ramos’ system, a search that should be easier after the Elite dealt away Paul Zamar.Desiderio fits the Zamar profile. He is a gutsy playmaker who isn’t afraid to take shots. Even when he isn’t making them, he has enough self-faith to call game winners. Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history MOST READ Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Now if he can only earn the minutes to prove he can knock down big-time shots in the pros.“I spoke with coach Bong and he told me I will get my chance to prove myself,” Desiderio said in Filipino.He promises he hasn’t lost an ounce of the confidence and swagger that endeared him to a school that finally crawled out of collegiate basketball’s underbelly.“I’m going to be the same player,” said Desiderio. “What Blackwater is going through is the same as what UP went through when I was there. So I’m going to do my best to do with Blackwater what I helped achieve in UP.”Blackwater will unveil Desiderio at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday at Smart Araneta Coliseum, where the Elite make their Philippine Cup debut against NorthPort.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES For someone picked fourth in a draft that was supposedly lacking in depth, Paul Desiderio will have some of the spotlight trained on him.Most of it will be residue sheen from his stint with University of the Philippines in the UAAP, where he capped a career that took on folk hero proportions by leading the Maroons to their first Finals stint in decades.ADVERTISEMENT In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college
Liberia is left with less than ten days to be declared Ebola free by the World Health Organization (WHO) if no new cases of the deadly Ebola virus emerge anywhere in the country.Due to the tremendous anxiety building up to May 9 when Liberia is declared Ebola free, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has dubbed it the ‘Magic Day’.President Sirleaf, who has admitted to religiously counting down the days to the total eradication of the deadly Ebola virus, is aware that the entire country is also looking forward with both anxiety and excitement to the ‘Magic Day’ when Liberia will be declared Ebola free.The President bared her anxiety and that of the nation when she received a high-level United States delegation from the Department of Health and Human Services on Wednesday at her Foreign Ministry office in Monrovia.The delegation was led by the United States Surgeon General, Vice Admiral Dr. Vivek Murthy, whose position is the Liberian equivalent of Chief Medical Officer.President Sirleaf indicated that Liberians need to celebrate their triumph on that ‘Magic Day’ because it is their combined hard work that has allowed the country to reach thus far.She recognized the concerns being raised about the significance of Liberia being declared Ebola free while its two bordering neighbors, Guinea and Sierra Leone, are still struggling to contain the virus.The US delegation has come at a time when the country is preparing to evaluate what it has gone through during the Ebola crisis, said the President. “We appreciate the role of the U.S. Government through its many institutions, including the military, Public Health Service officers, USAID and others during the fight against the Ebola virus.“You have come at a time when we can just say thanks for all that the United States has done and continues to do to rid the country of Ebola,” Madam Sirleaf said.She made it known that the country is open to suggestions on how to improve the partnership with all of its friends, including the United States as it looks forward to rebuilding the healthcare system.She also expressed satisfaction over the on-going U.S. assessment at the John F. Kennedy Medical Center that seeks to improve conditions at the hospital and facilitate the provision of specialized services for Liberians.The President urged greater cooperation and partnership from the US government and other multilateral institutions during the post-Ebola period to ensure efficient and effective implementation of the various programs and interventions that will be captured in the country’s National Recovery Plan.Speaking earlier, Surgeon General Murthy said he was happy to be in Liberia for the countdown to the final defeat of the Ebola virus. “We are glad to have partnered with you and are also looking forward to reaching the ‘Magic Day’ with the Liberian people. “We also know that there is still a lot of work to be done with the healthcare system even after Ebola is gone and you can count on the partnership of the Public Health Services officers,” he promised.The U.S. Surgeon General indicated that he was interested in what happens with primary healthcare infrastructures and remains eager to partner with the government in addressing some of the challenges.He called on the Liberian government to draw from some of the experiences of the U.S. Healthcare Services by focusing on mental health and seek to build a system that promotes both clinical prevention and community prevention as well.“You must build on prevention while rebuilding the healthcare system,” Surgeon General Murthy admonished. He expressed satisfaction that his team, the U.S. Public Health Service officers, was able to run the Monrovia Medical Unit that provided treatment, psychosocial and psychological support during the Ebola outbreak.US Ambassador Deborah Malac, who led the team to the meeting, briefed President Sirleaf about their tour of the JFK Medical Center and the pending assessment of the facilities.She disclosed that a team from the U.S is expected next week to sit with government actors and the in-country U.S. team on how to strengthen the hospital, including the establishment of a public health laboratory.Ambassador Malac reassured President Sirleaf of U.S. cooperation and continuous partnership during the recovery phase of the crisis. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The government of Liberia through the Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism, yesterday signed a US$200,000 contract with a local company to construct a state-of-the-art National Culture Center.Deputy Information Minister Isaac Jackson and the Assistant Minister for Culture, Louise McMillian, signed on behalf of the Ministry of Information, while Manyu Kamarah, Jr., General Manager of Link Architecture Contractor and Consultant Inc., signed for his company. According to the Ministry, Link’s first work will commence with the fencing of a 52 acre land procured for the National Culture Center in Ben Town, Margibi County.The Ministry said concrete pillars connected with barbed wires will be erected to form the boundary of the center, while 30 acres will be cleared for the construction of the National Cultural Village, the future home of the National Cultural Troupe.According to the Ministry, phase two of the project will see the construction of pre-fabricated buildings at 15 separate sites in line with the master-design layout of the center.Under the agreement, it is expected that the contractor will pre-finance the purchase of all equipment and materials and coordinate the execution of the contract with the Project Management, Monitoring and Evaluation Team of the Ministry in conjunction with the Ministry of Public Works and the General Services Agency (GSA).On the timetable for implementation, the Ministry said in a release that works are expected to commence following the signing of the agreement and would last for five months.The Ministry said it intends to apply a portion of its budgetary allocation to procure repair and maintenance services to better execute the Ben Town project.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The practitioners will function as a team as they work with physicians already in Fort St. John in providing services such as annual physical exams, patient counselling, health promotion, immunizations, diagnosing and treating short term acute illnesses, and monitoring and treating chronic illnesses.In a release Health Minister Terry Lake said, “By bringing in three new nurse practitioners, we’re helping toaddress patient needs in Fort St. John and continue to address the need for primary care services in the community. High-quality primary care from doctors, nurse practitioners and other health professionals is the centrepiece of our health-care system. Primary-care services help people stay healthier, better manage their chronic conditions,and ultimately saves the health care system money.”It’s expected the recruitment will completed in the next few months, with the new staff beginning work soon after. As a result of the urgency of the situation and to aid in the recruitment, the government is providing funding for a temporary living allowance, and moving expenses.- Advertisement -In the same release Peace River North MLA Pat Pimm stated, “This is a good step forward for Fort St. John, and I know I echo others when I say residents will appreciate the positive effect more nurse practitioners will have on the community. Together, we are also supporting the drive to have more doctors come, which helps make FortSt. John an attractive place for families, and a great place to start a career in health.”
Toledo is owed $153,000 over each of the next three years by UCLA, but his salary at New Mexico would be subtracted from that total. Another potential move on the staff is special teams/safeties coach Brian Schneider taking over Eric Bieniemy’s position of recruiting coordinator while remaining the coach of the special teams, sources said. Brian Dohn, (818) 713-3607 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! UCLA is in the market for a defensive coordinator after Larry Kerr’s firing Tuesday, but it is believed Norton would coach the linebackers. Kerr also coached UCLA’s linebackers. Norton, who began coaching at USC as a graduate assistant, was elevated to full-time status last February. He was one of Dorrell’s biggest backers when the search to replace Bob Toledo was conducted, but there were ruffled feathers when Norton sought a spot on Dorrell’s staff and was overlooked. Norton then angered many UCLA fans when he took the USC job. Karl Dorrell’s remaking of UCLA’s defensive staff could include former linebacker Ken Norton, but it is uncertain whether the Bruins can pull him away from rival USC, according to sources. Several former UCLA players, who backed Dorrell’s hiring three years ago, put out feelers to Norton to gauge his interest in returning to Westwood, sources said Wednesday. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa Anita Also, former Buffalo Bills defensive coordinator Jerry Gray, a former University of Texas All-American, said he was interested in the Bruins’ defensive coordinator job. He interviewed for the defensive coordinator’s job at Texas last year, but remained with the Bills. “To me, any chance you get to help young kids and develop them, I think that’s more important than being in the NFL,” said Gray, who added he knew Dorrell through a mutual friend. “I was interested in Texas. Why wouldn’t I be interested in UCLA?” Gray, who spent the past five seasons in Buffalo, interviewed for the defensive coordinator positions with the NFL’s Green Bay Packers and Houston Texans. His defense ranked in the top five in several major categories in 2004, including touchdowns allowed, yards per game, passing yards and sacks. Two other possible candidates are Texas co-defensive Duane Akina, who was offered the job before Kerr was hired three years ago, and former New York Giants defensive coordinator Johnnie Lynn, who was the Baltimore Ravens’ defensive backs coach the last two seasons. Dorrell is interested in hiring a defensive coordinator with NFL experience, sources said, but money could be an issue. But UCLA may have freed up a significant chunk of cash when Toledo accepted the offensive coordinator’s position at the University of New Mexico this week.
Pedro Caixinha 1 Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha insists he believes in his players and his rebuilding job after their shock European exit in Luxembourg.Four of Caixinha’s eight summer signings started the 2-0 defeat by Progres Niederkorn and another two came off the bench as Rangers exited 2-1 on aggregate in the Europa League first qualifying round.Progres had never won a European tie before and had only scored once, against Glentoran, in 12 matches in UEFA competitions.Rangers hit the bar three times in the Stade Josy Barthel but struggled to impose themselves on their opponents for large periods of the two legs and the Portuguese coach now finds himself under serious pressure at an early stage in his Ibrox project.Caixinha, who is set to make Scotland midfielder Graham Dorrans his ninth signing, told Rangers TV: “I am always a positive guy and I never give up. I believe in this process and it is a tough moment that we are leaving, and we need to face it with all our character, personality and strength, and that is what I am going to do.“I believe in this process, I believe in these players and I believe in the work that we are going to do. I think it is a strong lesson we need to learn from now on, and we need to focus on the positive side that is coming regarding to the future.”The Rangers team bus was surrounded by angry fans on the way out of the stadium and Caixinha was pictured standing in shrubbery conversing with supporters on the other side of a fence, shaking hands with some but was also photographed pointing his finger as a club official tried to usher him away.And the 46-year-old had a message to the Rangers followers.“I assume all the responsibility and all the disappointment, and of course, we need to apologise to our fans,” he said.“They have shown their loyalty to the club and they don’t deserve this. What we need is to keep going and to keep working – working harder, having this game as a strong lesson and keep looking forwards.”
Malin GAA NotesMENS FOOTBALLLast weekends scheduled games v Termon were postponed due to a death in the Termon club. Senior and Reserves will not be in action this weekend due to the Ulster final. LADIES FOOTBALLWell Done to the Senior Ladies who had a hard fought win over Convoy B on Sunday. Missing some key young players the Malin outfit was still strong, with the ladies dominating the majority of the first half. The win however wasn’t easily achieved and the ladies used what they learned against Red Hugh’s in previous weeks to their advantage. As highlighted on Facebook on Sunday the ‘take your points and the goals will come’ adage was the opposite for the ladies in this game. Goals came from Captain Grainne Byrne, Emer Lafferty, Frances Mc Donald and making her way from her usual backline position and putting her best (left) foot forward was U8 Girls Manager Angela O Donnell. Angela also placed the ladies only point on the board from a free. Granted these scores could have not happened without the support of half forwards Amy Mc Clean, Maria Mc Laughlin F and Michelle Doherty. It was young player Chelsea Stevens that set up many attack on the Convoy side however with a bit more experience and the ability to her time will lead to her name surely on the Malin score sheet in future games. Standing tall in the Malin Goal was Marion Collins not being one not to feel the pressure, Marion had a overall impressive game. However, it was the Great Wall of Marion O Donnell, Jennifer Mc Laughlin and Maureen Collins that ensured that these attacks where broke down, that was the end of that. It wasn’t a easy task but the back line was tough, with the speed of Nataile O Meara, Linda Mc Colgan and Catherine Smyth ensured that when that ball got going, it away like a flash of lighting up the field. With the experience of Grainne Byrne and Emer Lafferty in the middle, Malin had it in the bag and out the gate. The Ladies know that the league hasn’t been won yet and the Championship is just around the corner. With 4 out of 5 wins the team will be focusing on their training and building on their strengths. Final Score: Malin Ladies 4:01 Convoy B 2:05. Well Done once again to the Senior Ladies & Management on their win.UNDER 18 BOYSWell Done to the Minor Team who had a 4-04 to 0-12 victory over St. Eunan’s B in the Northern Board Division 2 Championship Monday evening. The four goals gained by the Malin side proved to be critical in the final outcome of the game. With strong performances from Aiden Bambrick, Conor Mc Colgan, & Joe Doherty ensured a Malin win on one of their first Championship games on their home ground this season. Goals came from Jonathan Mc Laughlin , Jordan Mc Laughlin, Joe Doherty & Peter Doherty. Next up for the Minor Team will be Milford at home. Date & time yet to be confirmed. UNDER 16 GIRLSGood Luck to the U16 Girls will take on Carn this Tuesday at home at 5pm. All Support Welcome.U12 BOYSThe Malin U12 ‘A’ and ‘B’ teams took part in the Inishowen Maurice Mc Menamin 11 Aside Final on Sunday in Muff. Both Malin Teams were faced with the task of playing the home side of Muff. However, both teams came away the wrong side of the scoreboard and Muff took the silverware. We would like to thank all the parents and supporters who travelled for the teams.U10 GIRLS: On Saturday morning the U10 Girls hosted Urris in a closely contested match. With some great displays & a tight match throughout it ended with a draw. The young Malin side worked hard together, from Goalkeeper Gemma Mc Daid, to the defense line of Tara Mc Laughlin, Aishing Doherty, Claire Mc Gilloway, and Kate Mc Callion. In the middle was Sophie Murphy & Aine Monegle, while the forward line up included Twins Shayna & Cliona Mc Geoghegan, Rachel Crossan, Suzie Lafferty, Clodagh Farren & Keava Mc Laughln. Making their debut for the U10 Team was young Aishing O Neill & Kate O Donnell. Well Done to the young team. Next up for the Girls will be away to Moville on Saturday, with a 10:30am throw in. U8’sOn the 26th of July the Club will be gearing up to hold the U8 Inishowen Go Games Finals. If it is anything like last year this well organised event will be a huge success. Sponsored by Stonecliff Development Ltd. the U8 Go Games Finals will see the Club hosting five other Inishowen Clubs of Caendonagh, Urris, Moville, Burt and Muff. For both Boys and Girls at U8 level, there will be a large crowd expected and big a day for the Club.CUL CAMPSGood Luck to all our Coaches and young members taking part in this years Cul Camps, we hope that you have a great week. COUNTY PANELSBest of luck to Declan, Stephen and the Donegal Senior panel who take on Monaghan in the Ulster Senior Football Championship Final in Clones on Sunday, and also to Robert Farren and the minor squad who take on Armagh in the Minor Final at 2.00 in the curtain raiser. Robert is a member of Declan Bonners backroom staff. For anyone not able to get to Clones on Sunday, the senior game will be broadcast on RTE 2 and BBC 2. Throw in is at 4-00SUPERVALU VOUCHERSFrom now to August 2nd vouchers can be obtained every time you spend €20 in a single transaction in the Supervalu store in Carndonagh. You are asked to drop the voucher in the Malin Club Box located at the customer service desk in the store. If you do not receive your vouchers with your transaction, just ask any member of staff on the tills When 1,000 vouchers are collected the club will receive the Supervalu/O’Neills Training Equipment Kit. This is an excellent way to help promote local business and giving something back to your local GAA club in return.CLUB SHOPThe Malin GAA club shop will be open in the clubhouse on Saturdays from 12-2 and on Sundays from 11-15 to 2-00. There are a large selection of club merchandise in stock, which can be purchased on the day. A list of other club gear, hoodies, rain jackets, shorts, socks, hats, scarves, kit bags etc are also available to order. The Malin half zipped training tops sponsored by Mark Monagle of 4Mark Construction are also available to order and are proving very popular. Club vouchers are now also available and would make an ideal birthday present, or for any occasion. For more details, contact Susan on 07493 70638.LOTTOThere was no winner of this week’s lotto jackpot of €950, sequence drawn was 6473215. €50 winner was Margaret Lockwood, Port Ronan, Malin Head. Winner of the 20 euro sellers prize was Seamus Doherty (PM). Next weeks jackpot is €1000 and as always we would like to thank the local community for their continued support of our weekly lotto draw. Envelopes are just €2 or 3 for €5 euro and are available in most pubs and shops in the area or alternatively from our band of young eager sellers.CLUB PHONEUnfortunately, in recent weeks we have had a number of issues with the club phone and a lot of the numbers on the phone were deleted. If anyone (or knows of anyone) who normally receives club alerts but haven’t received any lately can they please resend their number to 0868668531. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.CLUB NOTESAny items for the notes should be forwarded to Martin on 086 1585880 or Christina on 086 1980399 or alternatively send an email to the club email address firstname.lastname@example.org at no later than 9 o clock on the Sunday evening.GAA NEWS: MALIN LADIES EARN GREAT VICTORY OVER CONVOY ON SUNDAY was last modified: July 14th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare 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:GAAMalinNoticesSport
MURVAGH GOLF CLUB NOTESCaptains Drive-InThe Captains’ Drive-In takes place next Saturday the 7th of March beginning with the Ecumenical Service at 11am followed by the traditional “Drive-In” by Captains’ Manus and Moragh. A Mixed Greensomes competition follows with a meal and presentation of prizes in the Clubhouse afterwards. The draw for the Captains Drive-In Mixed Greensomes is as follows:Front Nine Tee Box1Manus Brennan/ Moragh CanneyEamonn Canney/ Mary Gillen2Norman Johnston/ Patricia BrittonMichael Neary/Julie Mundy 3Peter Mc Donald/Brid KellyPaul Murphy/Patsy Harkin4 Frank Shovelin/ Carmel BrennanFrancis Mc Granaghan/Ann Murray5John Cookie Meehan/Margaret BuckleyMichael Mc Garvey/ Mary B Meehan6 (a)Seamus Faulkner /Ann GillespieNigel Trimble/ Helen O Shea(b)Sean Gillespie/ Breege Mc CooeyJohn Joe O’Shea/ Margaret Trimble7Leo Doody /Ann ShortStephen Carty / Claire Mc Daid8 (a)Martin Mc Crory/ Catherine ConneelyColm Campbell (Eir)/Miriam Bennett(b)Kevin Mundy/ Mary TalbotDominic Deeney/Mary Farragher9Charles Callaghan/ Jane BrownSean Diver/Mary WalshBack NineTee Box10Denis Kelly/ Margaret JohnstonGearoid Gallagher/Mary Harley11Glenn Patterson/Anna ColhounBobby Beare/ Maureen Childs12 (a)Jim Nixon / Margaret ConnollyDavid Childs/Rena Brogan(b)John Meade/ Susan AndersonJohn Joe Travers/ Betty Kelly13Larry Walsh/Audrey JohnstonMichael Mc Groary/ Mary Bonner14 (a)Charlie Gallagher/ Dorothy WoodsSam Trimble/ Geraldine Gorman(b)John Cassidy/ Charlotte CaldwellEunan Gallagher/ A N OTHER15Aidan O Doherty/ Gaye McGoldrickBrian Boyle/ Breege Mc Tiernan16Paddy Kelly/ Cartherine ConnollyFrank Cooke/ Mary Mc Gonigle17Liam Mundy/ Bernie FinnIan Stewart/ Gillian O Callaghan18David Barr/Máirín McCartneyDan Callaghan/ Ann Marie Mc Cormack18 Holes Open – Sponsored Competitions start.As the course returns to 18 holes following work on the 7th hole, the golfing year kicks off this week end with the Captains’ Drive-In on Saturday and the first of our Sponsored Competitions for Men and Ladies beginning on Sunday.Ladies CompetitionsLadies Spring League at Donegal Golf ClubThe Ladies Spring League at Donegal Golf Club commenced a the beginning of February and finishes at the end of this week on the 6th March 2015.There are six ladies on each team, and each team requires a return of four scores weekly. The names of the six teams are the Snowdrop, the Crocus, the Daffodil, the Tulip, the Hyacinth, and the Iris. Some of the teams had a slow start on the first week but following that, the majority of the ladies braved the winter weather and played the 10 holes weekly. The week of 22 – 28 February, was the only week that saw a poor return for the teams, as it was just nearly impossible to get a few hours without severe gusts of wind and rain to play. There are very little points between the six teams as they go into the final so it is all to play for this week.GOLF: MURVAGH GC CAPTAIN’S DRIVE-IN TAKES PLACE SATURDAY was last modified: March 2nd, 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:donegalMurvagh Golf Club
KILLYBEGS man Seamus Coleman hit another cracking goal for Everton today to help send the blue side of Merseyside into the next round of the FA Cup.Everton eventually beat QPR 4-0 at Goodison Park in today’s 3rd Round tie.Ross Barkley opened the scoring in the 35th minute before Nikca Jelavic hit two more either side of half-time. Coleman side-footed a stunning strike into the corner of the net in the 76th minute after running on to a lovely Barkley lay-off.It was the Donegal man’s sixth goal of the season – more than any other Premiership defender. COLEMAN HITS ANOTHER STUNNING GOAL TO EASE EVERTON INTO FA CUP DRAW was last modified: January 4th, 2014 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:evertongoalQPRseamus coleman
Motown fans miffed by the NFL’s choice of the Rolling Stones for Super Bowl halftime entertainment are getting at least some satisfaction: Stevie Wonder will perform during the pre-game show at Ford Field. Wonder will perform three or four songs before the Feb. 5 game, Lori Lambert, vice president of strategic marketing for Universal Motown Records Group, told The Associated Press on Monday. Other artists – still to be announced – also will be featured in the pre-game show, Lambert said. NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said the league wasn’t prepared to make an announcement about the pre-game show. However, he said, “We would be thrilled to be able to work with Stevie Wonder again.” Wonder performed during halftime in 1999. The NFL’s announcement last week that the Rolling Stones would provide the halftime entertainment prompted an uproar in Detroit, the original home of Motown Records, the label for artists such as Wonder, Smokey Robinson, the Supremes and the Four Tops. Detroit-area residents are fiercely proud of the city’s musical contributions, which extend beyond Motown to more recent stars including Eminem and Kid Rock. Aretha Franklin’s career started at the Detroit church where her father preached, and the Queen of Soul still lives in the area. Ted Nugent, Madonna and Bob Seger also hail from Michigan. Many saw it as a snub that those stars were passed over for halftime. Detroit radio personality Mildred Gaddis gave out the phone number of an NFL official on the air and urged listeners to call and complain. McCarthy said it was always the league’s intention to honor Motown in the pre-game show. But halftime, he said, is bigger than Detroit. “The Super Bowl transcends the host city and even the country,” he said. McCarthy noted that the 1998 Super Bowl in San Diego featured a Motown tribute in honor of the label’s 40th anniversary. Performers included Robinson, Martha Reeves and The Temptations. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!