U-21 final postponed due to tragedy

first_img Twitter Pinterest 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Google+ Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry U-21 final postponed due to tragedy The  Under 21 Final due to be played in Mc Cool Park today has cancelled due to a tragedy in Kilcar.Kilcar were due to take on Naomh Conaill.The game will be refixed at a later date. Google+center_img Facebook 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic By News Highland – December 3, 2011 WhatsApp Previous articleLow Donegal uptake of Credit Review serviceNext articleEvents held to mark 200th anniversary of HMS Saldanha tragedy News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Newsx Adverts Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img read more

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Initialization of ice-sheet forecasts viewed as an inverse Robin problem

first_imgAs simulations of 21st-century climate start to include components with longer timescales,such as ice sheets, the initial conditions for those components will become critical to the forecast.This paper describes an algorithm for specifying the initial state of an ice-sheet model, given spatiallycontinuous observations of the surface elevation, the velocity at the surface and the thickness of theice. The algorithm can be viewed as an inverse procedure to solve for the viscosity or the basal dragcoefficient. It applies to incompressible Stokes flow over an impenetrable boundary, and is based upontechniques used in electric impedance tomography; in particular, the minimization of a type of costfunction proposed by Kohn and Vogelius. The algorithm can be implemented numerically using only theforward solution of the Stokes equations, with no need to develop a separate adjoint model. The onlyrequirement placed upon the numerical Stokes solver is that boundary conditions of Dirichlet, Neumannand Robin types can be implemented. As an illustrative example, the algorithm is applied to shear flowdown an impenetrable inclined plane. A fully three-dimensional test case using a commercially availablesolver for the Stokes equations is also presented.last_img read more

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Tracy’s Karate holds 104th tournament

first_imgBUCKSPORT — Tracy’s Karate of Ellsworth recently held its 104th tournament at Bucksport High School.The event was a big draw with more than 200 competitors in attendance. Students from dojos in Ellsworth, on Mount Desert Island and in Deer Isle, Belfast, Bucksport, Bangor, Yarmouth, Houlton, Presque Isle and even parts of Canada came together to compete for trophies in both fighting and throwing.Immediately following the conclusion of the tournament, all black belts traveled to the main school in Ellsworth for testing. Twenty students were promoted to various degrees in the black belt ranks. Eight of those students were first-time black belts, and seven were classified as juniors (16 years old or younger).The 20 black belts promoted to higher ranks were (first degree) Natalie Jagels, Lillian Noyes, Erin Leonardi, Haley Leonardi, Carlina Leonardi, Camden Hatch, Robert Giles and Colton White; (second degree) Marleigh Richardson, Caroline Tracy, Andy Hartt, Charlotte Hartt, Sadie Hartt and Jonathan Robinson; (third degree) Chris Dyer, Nick Parlatore, Cameron Sarchi and Mitch Wheeler; (seventh degree) Dean Murphy; (eighth degree) Kristy Tracy-Dawes.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textTrophy winners were Owen DiDonato, Ryan Gross, Jordan Brouty, Ziva Marceill, Lillian Noyes, Lauryn Noyes, Elura Dorr, Bridget Kutny, Amy Santos, Dean Murphy, William Wilson, Shawn Murphy, John Baranowski, Tom Anderson, Colton White, Lance Kennedy, Piper Marceill, Natalie Jagels, Aiden Benner, Paige Trader and Steve Trader. Black belt grand champions were Kristy Tracy-Dawes, Eric Tracy, Linwood Bridges and Matthew Edgerly.Dennis and Karen Tracy oversaw the events with the help of Tracy-Dawes, their daughter. The family has owned Tracy’s Karate since opening it in 1971.Tracy’s Karate will be holding its next tournament at Bucksport High School on Oct. 27.last_img read more

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Cricket News BCCI confirms three-team Women T20 Challenge

first_imgKaur, Raj, and Mandhana to lead three teams in Women’s T20 Challenge. Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur will host all games of the tournament. The final will be played a day before IPL 12 final.  New Delhi : The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Tuesday announced that a three-team Women’s T20 challenge tournament will be played during the IPL play offs week next month at Sawai Mansingh in Jaipur. The tournament will open with a clash between Supernovas and Trailblazers on May 6 while Velocity will lock horns with Supernovas on May 8.Each team will play two matches and the top two teams will clash in the final on May 11. All the encounters will be standalone games.”The teams will comprise current and future stars of Indian cricket playing alongside a selection of the world’s best players. The combined strength of talent on display will showcase the quality of women’s cricket,” said a BCCI release. “Fans are encouraged to show their support for the teams by attending the matches at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur. All matches will be telecast live on Star Sports Network,” further added. The captains of the three teams will be Indian cricketing icons Harmanpreet Kaur, Mithali Raj and Smriti Mandhana.Fixtures:Supernovas vs Trailblazers – 6th May, 2019Trailblazers vs Velocity – 8th May, 2019Supernovas vs Velocity – 9th May, 2019Final – 1st placed vs 2nd placed – 11th May, 2019(All the games will be played at Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur) highlights For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

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Sheryl Lee Ralph to star In TNT series “Claws”

first_imgJamaican American actress Sheryl Lee Ralph is ready to sink her claws into her next project.  According to Deadline, the actress has been tapped to star alongside Niecy Nash in season two of TNT’s Claws.The series follows Nash’s character Desna, a Florida nail shop owner, and her group of “treacherous” manicurists. Ralph will play Matilde Ruval, the mother of Desna’s love interest Gregory. Matilde, who is of Haitian decent, who is described as a “benevolent and caring mother to her son, with more going on than meets the eye.”This would be the latest project for the Moesha alum. Ralph has recurring roles on MacGyver and BET’s The Quad. She also just appeared in Netflix’s comedy film Step Sisters. (NewsAmericasNow.com)last_img

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Kumasi to host 2013 Unity Games:Otumfour Elated

first_imgThe Asantehene, Otumfour Osei Tutu II has commended the Ministry of Youth & Sports and the National Sports Authority (NSA) for choosing Kumasi as the venue for the UNITY GAMES 2013.He expressed his gratitude to the organisers, NSA, and further appealed to the Government to increase its budget allocation for sports development in the country.Otumfour made the observations when the Minister for Youth & Sports, Hon Ankrah paid a courtesy call on him at the Manhyia Palace, in Kumasi, ahead of this year’s National Sports Festival, dubbed Unity Games 2013.He finally appealed to corporate organisations, especially those within the Ashanti Region to get on board to support this worthy course.The Minister was accompanied by the Kumasi Mayor, Mr. Kojo Bonsu, the Acting Director General of NSA, Madam Alice Attipoe, the Public Affairs Manager, Hamah Hamid Issakah, among others.At the launch of the Games at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumais, Hon Afriyie Ankrah has reiterated the need to help build social, cultural and political bridges of unity and harmonious relationship in the country. Launching this year’s National Sports Festival dubbed ‘National Unity Games 2013’ at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi, the Minister said the games will also serve as a platform for the identification and discovery of budding talents.This year’s Games will be under the theme, ‘Sports For Unity, Peace and Development’ would be held from August 11-18, 2013, at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology (KNUST) will be the Games Village, while the KNUST Swimming Pool will host the swimming championships.The Minister announced that the region will play host to over 4,000 Athletes, Coaches, Technical and Sports Administrators from across the country.He said the talents identified will be nurtured and trained so as to get a formidable contingent capable of winning laurels for Ghana at the Commonwealth Games 2014 slated for Glasgow, Scotland. The Minister assured the Regional Sports Directors of the National Sports Authority of the Ministry’s unflinching commitment to providing equal opportunities to all the sporting disciplines whilst working to provide the requisite infrastructure and facilities to enable national athletes compete to the desired international levels.last_img read more

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Anderson tries to take it in stride

first_img Anderson has been an offensive stalwart for years now, a central part to their attack, their quiet 100-RBI man. But for all those many moments when he was so brilliant, there were always those who would call into question his hustle, his desire, his effort. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 In the division series opener against the Yankees, a shallow-playing Anderson saw a Robinson Cano drive sail over his head for a three-run double that provided all the runs New York would need. At proper depth, and most likely with a solid jump, many felt it was a ball that should have been caught. He left after the game without speaking to the media. Now it is Friday in New York in Game 3, left-hander Randy Johnson on the mound, two outs, two on and the left-handed Anderson at the plate. An Anderson who was 3-for-18 lifetime against Johnson. Anderson just jumped on a 1-1 pitch and drilled it out to right for the three-run homer in the first inning and a 3-0 Angels lead. Two innings later, he tripled off Johnson. Then there was a run-scoring single in the seventh. “I just took advantage of some pitches that were left out over the plate,” Anderson said. The former Kennedy High of Granada Hills standout, who had four hits and five RBI in the 11-7 win, said this in a postgame press conference that he clearly would rather have missed. Yesterday’s goat, today’s hero; it’s a familiar baseball story. But just as familiar is Anderson’s dislike for the media. When asked if he’d seen anything in the way Johnson was pitching to others that tipped him on how to attack the left-hander Friday, Anderson all but dressed down the media member. “You’ve got to be a little more specific on what you’re asking,” he said. “You’re kind of vague.” The question was repeated, and Anderson said: “We faced him a couple of times this year and we have a good idea what he’s doing up there.” Some guys almost can’t enjoy success. Anderson batted third in the two games at Anaheim, but was moved back to fifth against Johnson. Anderson shrugged at the change. “I don’t feel pressure playing baseball,” he said. “I really don’t pay attention to where I hit in the lineup. “Obviously I want to be in the middle of the order because that’s where I’ve been most of my career. But that’s the manager’s decision.” The Angels’ all-time leader in hits and RBI battled a bad back throughout much of the second half, but still finished with 17 home runs and 96 RBI. There have been a lot of big hits in his 11-year career, yet somehow always more questions. A few he mostly answers with his bat. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img NEW YORK – All this time, and it’s still hard to know what to make of Garret Anderson. The Angels’ very own enigma, their talented outfielder, both admired and … what? last_img read more

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Hundreds rally in Twin Towns for St Joseph’s Hospital protest – Pic Special

first_imgOver 1000 people braved the cold weather in the Twin Towns on Saturday to take part in the ‘Save Our St Joseph’s Hospital march’ in protest at what they say is Government inaction on the premises. Chairman of the group, Fr John Joe Duffy, has accused the HSE and the Government of making false promises to locals over the facility.On Friday, the HSE has again emphasised its commitment to the upgrade of St Joseph’s Community Hospital in Stranorlar. Following the march, Fr Duffy said: “The Call went out to put shoe leather onto the streets and over 1000 people responded. We are not going away.“Stop the Spin, stop the political lies, it is time to put the spades into the ground and secure St. Josephs for future generations.“Act now, stop the bluff, stop the spin. It is time for the government to stand up and be counted for St. Josephs, time for the government to put the plans and funding on the table and the spade into the ground.“The government needs to stop ducking and diving and stop getting the HSE to issue last-minute concoctions of words in attempts to hoodwink the people,” he added. “Because our people will not be hoodwinked nor will they any longer stand for the nonsense that they have thrown at us over the last three years and more.“Time to immediately restore staffing levels, to restore beds, to restore services, to practice what they preach about caring for elderly and vulnerable people in their own communities.“No more Chinese whispers. It is time for honesty and action.”  Hundreds rally in Twin Towns for St Joseph’s Hospital protest – Pic Special was last modified: March 24th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare 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:St Joseph’s Hospitaltwin townslast_img read more

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How much do the Warriors view the Bucks as an Eastern Conference threat?

first_imgOAKLAND – The Warriors (10-1) play the Milwaukee Bucks (8-2) on Thursday at Oracle Arena. Below are more takeaways from the Warriors practice on Wednesday.Do the Warriors fear the deer?The Warriors maintain feeling pretty confident about their championship chances for obvious reasons. They won three out of the past four NBA titles. The Warriors have added a fifth All-Star in DeMarcus Cousins, who will eventually heal his left Achilles tendon and join Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson …last_img

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Raiders’ Alec Ingold a high school legend in Green Bay

first_imgOtis Chambers had finished three guided tours at one of the most sainted locales in NFL history but conceded his emotions were mixed with the thought of the Raiders playing at Lambeau Field.Chambers is Green Bay, Wisconsin, through and through. The Packers, as well as the local school district where he worked for 34 years, are a big part of his life. As an athletic director at Bay Port High, Chambers saw every game Raiders rookie fullback Alec Ingold ever played before taking his retirement …last_img

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