ILOILO City – A drug suspect was arrested in Barangay San Pedro, Jaro district. Nepuen was nabbed on the strength of an arrest warrant around 4:45 p.m. on Aug. 13, it added. The suspect was detained in the lockup facility of the Jaro police station.The court recommended a P200,000 bail bond for his temporary liberty./PN He was Neliton Nepuen, 41, of Barangay Gustilo, La Paz district, a police report showed.
GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES BUSAN SOUTH KOREA – Ryo Ishikawa and Shunsuke Sonoda lost in their match, but Japan took a 3-2 lead over South Korea after Friday’s foursome stroke play at the Million Yard Cup team event.Kang Kyung Nam and Bae Sang Moon shot a 1-under 71 to beat Ishikawa and his former high school golfing teammate Sonoda by one stroke in the alternate-shot match. Komei Oda and Hiroo Kawai, Michio Matsumura and Hiroyuki Fujita, and Tadahiro Takayama and Tomohiro Kondo picked up wins for Japan at Jeongsan Golf Club.Each match winner earns one point. When a match is tied after 18 holes, each team gets half a point.“It’s a good start for us,” said Japan team captain Isao Aoki. “We want to keep this momentum going. I’m sure the two losing pairs are disappointed. I look forward to seeing them bounce back tomorrow.” IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5
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A bit of tweaking to the power play proved to be the difference as Nelson struck for three extra-strength goals en route to a 5-1 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League victory over the Spokane Braves Saturday night at the NDCC Arena.The win was the first in a home-and-home series between the two Murdoch Division clubs.The rematch is Sunday in the Lilac City.Trailing 1-0 after one period, Nelson went to work in the second frame, scoring two special-teams goals to take over the game.“I like the way we worked out power play tonight,” said Leaf coach Dave McLellan. “We re-worked (power play) this week. . .. I like the fact we had traffic at the net and battled hard throughout.”“We dressed three lines, but really only played two-and-a-half for most of the game,” McLellan added. “So you’ve got to give our guys a lot of credit for tonight’s win.”Rayce Miller scored twice to spark the offence — both goals coming on the power play.Matt MacDonald, on a highlight reel goal, unassisted, Timothy Nichols and Sam Weber also scored for Nelson.Sean Collins gave Spokane a 1-0 lead.Nelson out shot the Braves 46-38 in the game to make a winner out of Leaf netminder Joey Karrer. The lone goal came off a teammate’s skate late in the first period.Nelson, 22-10-2-1, remains five points behind Murdoch leading Beaver Valley Nitehawks.The defending KIJHL champs, which suffered a 2-1 road loss Friday to Spokane, pounded Grand Forks 12-3 Saturday in Fruitvale.BLUELINES: Nelson played the game with only 14 skaters, including Kootenay Ice affiliate player Ainge McGeady Bruce. The Leafs hope to have defenceman Patrick Croome and winger Dylan Williamson back in the lineup next week. Forward Michael Rand, out of the lineup with a chest infection, could be back for Sunday’s game in Spokane. . . .Leaf coach Dave McLellan continued to work the phone right up until the BC Hockey roster midnight deadline Saturday with no luck.
Back 15 seconds Galway Bay FM Sport Joe Canning looking forward to new challenges Joe Canning looking forward to new challenges 更多 Galway Bay FM Sport print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Forward 60 seconds Forward 60 seconds Galway hurling star Joe Canning was in Lifestyle Sports at the Galway Retail Park yesterday for the launch of their newly refurbished store where he chatted to Ollie Turner about his new business venture, this weekend’s league final and the fact that his sides opening game in the Leinster Championship was fast approaching… Galway Bay FM Sport Joe Canning looking forward to new challenges Currently Playing Back 15 seconds
Ireland U16 Women’s European Championship Squad: Alison Blaney (Maree BC/Salerno Secondary School)Nicole Clancy (Naas BC/St. Mary’s College Naas)Dayna Finn (Maree BC/St Louis CS)Abby Flynn (Waterford Wildcats/St Angela’s Ursuline Convent)Enya Maguire (Ulster Elks/Ulidia Integrated)Annaliese Murphy (Glanmire/Colaiste An Phiarsaigh)Maeve Phelan (Portlaoise Panthers/Scoil Chríost Rí, Portlaoise)Bronagh Power Cassidy (DCU Mercy/Holy Faith Clontarf)Maeve Cannon (Maree BC/Calasanctius College)Niamh Masterson (Liffey Celtics/Coláiste Chiaráin CS)Maeve Ó Séaghdha (DCU Mercy/Holy Faith Clontarf)Ella McCloskey (KUBS/Mount Temple)print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Ireland are through to the quarter-finals of the FIBA U16 Women’s European Championships in Romania thanks to a 52-46 win over England in their final game in Group C. It’s the first time that two Irish squads have made top-eight in a single European Championship summer, following a quarter-final appearance by the U18 Women’s squad in July. The U16 squad includes 3 girls from the Maree Club, Alison Blaney, Dayna Finn and Maeve Cannon and all three scored in last night’s win.Ireland’s lead was forged in the second quarter. Niamh Masterson hit a triple before Maeve Cannon threw an assist for Enya Maguire and hit a jump shot herself in a game-breaking 9-0 run. It was Ireland’s best shooting half of the tournament with 44.1% field goal accuracy.There had been nothing to separate the sides in the first quarter and an 8-2 run from the English had them right back in the hunt in the third. It took two layups inside a minute from Annaliese Murphy and Abby Flynn to quell the comeback – Flynn’s contribution ensuring all 11 fit players contributed to the scoreboard.Dayna Finn’s jump shot early in the fourth quarter restored a 10 point advantage and big shots were vital as field goal accuracy fell off. Murphy’s triple with 4:41 left was exactly what her side needed and Finn saw Ireland home with five more points to complete her double-double. It was another gritty performance as Ireland confirmed their top-five ranking in the tournament for both steals and rebound. Next up for the Irish girls is a quarter final meeting with Poland tomorrow.Ireland: D. Finn* (10), E. Maguire* (7), A. Blaney* (2), B. Power Cassidy* (6), M O Seaghdha* (2), N. Masterson (3), M. Phelan (7), N. Clancy (2), A. Flynn (2), M. Cannon (2), A. Murphy (9), E. McCloskey Ireland 52, England 46 FIBA U16 Women’s European Championship – Division B (Group C)
Liam Mellows have tabled a motion for the Galway County convention on Dec 12th with three points, the most significant being the call to approach Munster and ask to be included in the Munster Hurling Championship! This comes as the clamour to have all Galway teams (Minor, U21, Senior & Intermediate) included in the Leinster Championship and that Galway get home games in Leinster and are treated equally continues to escalate. There are 3 motions in total on the Clár for discussion at the Galway County Convention but the Liam Mellows motion on seeking inclusion into the Munster Championship is bound to cause widespread discussion. The Motions which will be considered at the Annual Galway GAA County Convention on 12th December are as follows:Motion 1.(i) That the Annual Galway GAA County Convention hereby requires that Rules 6.28 (B), (F), (G) and (H) of An Treoraí Oifigiúl 2016 be amended to allow access to all Inter-County Hurling Teams from Galway – Minor, Under-21, Junior, Intermediate and Senior – to participate fully in all relevant Tier 1 Competitions in a single Provincial System and Structure, with immediate effect under Rule 3.40 (g), T.O. 2016 and that;(ii) That Coiste Chontae na Gaillimhe is hereby authorised to forward this motion to Ard-Comhairle for inclusion on the upcoming Annual GAA Congress Agenda, under Rule 3.40 (a) (i), T.O. 2016 and;(iii) That Coiste Chontae na Gaillimhe is further authorised to make an immediate application to Comhairle Mumhan, to be fully included in all their Provincial Championships and Competitions, at all grades of Inter-County Hurling from 2018 forward.(Liam Mellows)Motion 2.We propose that Galway GAA Bye-Law No. 11.1 be amended to allow the re-grading date for Junior Championships be changed to 1st May.(Sarsfields)Motion 3.That Rule 2.2 (The Players), T.O. 2016 Part 2 be amended as follows:A team may commence a game with thirteen players but shall have fielded thirteen or more players, inclusive of players ordered off or retired injured, by the start of the second half. In the event of failure to comply with this the game shall continue.(Tynagh Abbey Duniry)print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Leading the contingent was Elias Martinez, Makalu Babott and Leah Eberle, all three capturing silver medals after tough losses in the Canadian Championship Round.Martinez of Team BC was defeated by Mohammed Makhlouf of Manitoba in the Middle 75 kg division to finish second overall.Eberle lost to a close fight to Lee Gyeongyeon of New Brunswick in the 52 Bantam (54kg) division.The other boxer entered, Brayden Hellekson, finished third to claim the Bronze medal after a tough decision loss to Tiago Balteiro of Team Ontario.Hellekson also won a bronze medal at the Canada Winter Games in Red Deer earlier this year.Local fans get a chance to see the quartet in action when Nelson Boxing Club hosts Fight Night VI Saturday, May 11 at the Rod and Gun Club. Nothing, not even the pressure of competing on the national stage, can stop Nelson Boxing Club fighters.The local club garnered no less than four medals at the 2019 Super Channel Championships held this past week in Langford on Vancouver Island at the Westin Bear Mountain Resort Community.
England star Kieran Trippier is to be a dad again – and it has been revealed that his wife is expecting a girl.The happy news was revealed at a lavish second birthday bash for son Jacob.5 Trippier and his wife Charlotte have announced they are having a babyCredit: Getty – Contributor5 A pink balloon was popped to show a girl is on the wayCredit: Instagram @rachelspetersSpurs star Kieran and Charlotte popped a giant balloon in front of guests including Jamie Vardy and the pink confetti which exploded into the air confirmed the new tot’s sex.Charlotte and Kieran, from Bury, Lancashire, married in 2016, after he popped the question on a trip to Cyprus.She is one of the more private WAGs, stating on her private Instagram page “no strangers looking in”.While she keeps her life away from the public eye, she does also state that she’s “a princess who has found her prince.”5 Trippier’s wife watched her man from the stands at the World CupCredit: Darren Fletcher – The SunAnd she was in the stands in Russia with Jacob to cheer on Kieran – who scored in the semi-final defeat to Croatia in July.The full-back is currently on the sidelines recovering from a groin tear and is set to be out for at least another two weeks.Mauricio Pochettino was without him for the win over Chelsea on Saturday and he will miss next week’s Champions League clash against Inter Milan.5 Charlotte is seen as a more private wagCredit: EPAHe is also likely to miss the clash against Arsenal the following weekend.Trippier pulled out of England duty for the victories over USA and Spain after picking up the problem in the win over Crystal Palace before the international break.5 Trippier is currently out injured with a groin tearCredit: Reutersmost read in sportFeatureNAKED TRUTHThe most embarrassing wardrobe malfunctions in sport, including Venus WilliamsBRO MESSAGEBobby Charlton’s touching tribute to Jack revealed as he misses funeral serviceFRESH OUTFITMicah Richards pokes fun at Roy Keane backstage at Sky Sports studiosLEADING BY EXAMPLEBrian O’Driscoll feels ‘too guilty’ not to wear face mask when shoppingFOND FAREWELLShane Lowry shares moving snap as he says goodbye to daughter Iris at airportVideoMAC IN ATTACKMcGregor shows off football skills as UFC star proves he’s no one-trick ponyHIGH LIFEConor McGregor’s coach says his life looks terrible as he parties on French coastFALL OF TROYDeeney calls Sky reporter ‘cheeky b******’ after he asks about retirementExclusiveONE OF A KINDBarry Hearn has never ‘met a more perfect person than Katie Taylor’SHOTS FIREDDenis Irwin’s son trolls Liverpool fans with savage Steven Gerrard tweetTottenham 3-1 Chelsea: Spurs thrash the Blues at Wembley with Heung-min Son the standout performer most read in footballBRO MESSAGEBobby Charlton’s touching tribute to Jack revealed as he misses funeral serviceFRESH OUTFITMicah Richards pokes fun at Roy Keane backstage at Sky Sports studiosFALL OF TROYDeeney calls Sky reporter ‘cheeky b******’ after he asks about retirementSHOTS FIREDDenis Irwin’s son trolls Liverpool fans with savage Steven Gerrard tweetPicturedC’MON THE LADSRamos’ becomes dad again as wife gives birth to FOURTH son Maximo AdrianoVideoROY MEANKeane says ‘that’s why they never win anything’ as Villa celebrate staying upPicturedHARRY’S HEROES Kane says goodbye to Tottenham team-mates Vertonghen and VormLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old TraffordLive Bloggunners newsArsenal transfer news LIVE – Latest updates from the EmiratesRED LETTER DAYKeane and Neville urge Man Utd to invest big after securing Champions League
0Shares0000Kieran Read will lead New Zealand’s fightback in the second Bledisloe Cup Test against Australia. © AFP / Marty MELVILLEAUCKLAND, New Zealand, Aug 16 – All Blacks captain Kieran Read warned he was in a “prickly” mood Friday as he demanded a marked improvement in discipline and defence for Saturday’s Bledisloe Cup decider against the Wallabies in Auckland.At stake is not only the All Blacks’ 16-year grip on the cup, but also the defence of a phenomenal record at Eden Park where they have not been beaten in 42 Tests since 1994. Another Australian triumph would also mark the first time since 2011 that the All Blacks have lost two matches in a row and, after their recent draw with South Africa, it would be the first time in 260 Tests since 1998 they have gone three successive matches without a win.Wallabies’ coach Michael Cheika has stuck with his winning formula from Sydney a week ago, while the All Blacks are still tinkering with their preferred line-up.Read cut a stern figure as he led the All Blacks through the captain’s run pre-game training session on Friday.Referring to his “prickly nature”, the All Blacks skipper said: “If you don’t do that you’re not going to get a response.“It’s a do-or-die game… it’s our discipline and our ability to defend early that’s going to be key. They put pressure on us through that last week so we have to respond.”Coach Steve Hansen, who will be marking his 100th Test in charge of the All Blacks, has been emphatic in spelling out his priorities with the World Cup number one and then the Bledisloe, which he suggested was a learning exercise.“They’re going to test our resolve to step up to the plate and we’ll learn a lot out of it and march on to the next occasion,” he said.– Fortress Eden Park –The Wallabies have not won at Eden Park in 18 games over the past 33 years, a dismal statistic which coach Michael Cheika has turned into a challenge.“There’s no point in hiding from it,” he said.“We know that that’s a big challenge but if you want to make change, one person has got to say, ‘Okay, this is going to change’. Then the next person will join in and the next person will join in.“You’re allowed to understand the history of the event and also the game, the trophy and also the venue, to make it ultra-important.”Despite being outplayed last week, Hansen has insisted the situation was like 2015 when the All Blacks were well beaten in Sydney and bounced back with a five-tries-to-one victory in Auckland.Australia, however, made sweeping changes to their line-up between the Tests four years ago while Cheika this time has made only one, with Adam Coleman in for the injured Rory Arnold.Hansen has made five changes including the axing of the battle-hardened Ben Smith, Owen Franks and Rieko Ioane.He used the word “dumped” but also said that with an eye on the World Cup they would probably have been rested anyway to see how replacement wings George Bridge and Sevu Reece, along with prop Nepo Laulala, handle a pressure game.The Wallabies last beat the All Blacks in New Zealand in 2001, when they sneaked home 24-23 in Dunedin.0Shares0000(Visited 15 times, 1 visits today)