Most Read In SportTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battle’I ACCEPT’McGregor accepts Silva fight at UFC catchweight of 176lbs in huge super-fightTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedA CUT ABOVEMike Tyson shows two-inch cut ‘picked up in training’ ahead of boxing returnPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’Rose then delighted hospital staff by paying out for mountains of Dominos pizzas and potato wedges just days later.A video clip showed boxes of food stacked up in the hospital for hard-working staff battling coronavirus.The hospital tweeted: “Thank you Danny Rose for the hundreds of Dominos pizzas.”England defender Danny Rose delivers hundreds of Domino’s pizzas to NHS staff days after £19k donation to aid coronavirus fight 2DANNY ROSE has donated £10,000 to two domestic abuse charities days after giving £19k and hundreds of pizzas to a London hospital.The generous Newcastle star, on loan from Tottenham, split the donation between SafeLives and Chayn after Refuge, the country’s largest domestic abuse charity, reported an increase of 120 per cent in helpline calls.2 Danny Rose was the mystery donor of £19,000 to North Middlesex University Hospital – and sent them hundreds of pizzas from Domino’sCredit: Getty⚠️ Read our coronavirus in sport live blog for the latest news & updatesRose said: “If you’re worried about a neighbour or a friend being abused, if you’re a child worried about your parents, I hope you know that response services will still come out.“There are still people out there want to help.”Rose’s gift comes after he anonymously donated £19k to North Middlesex University Hospital in London.The hospital tweeted: “Our super sleuths have scoured the evidence and identified that Danny Rose is our incredibly generous mystery donor.”Rose replied: “I just wanted to say a huge thank you for everything you’re doing – for the hours you’re putting in and, more importantly, for putting yourself at risk to treat everybody“I wanted to say, on behalf of all my colleagues, that you are the heroes.CORONAVIRUS CRISIS – BE IN THE KNOWGet the latest coronavirus news, facts and figures from around the world – plus essential advice for you and your family.To receive our Covid-19 newsletter in your inbox every tea time, sign up here.To follow us on Facebook, simply ‘Like’ our Coronavirus page.“You’re probably not getting as much recognition as you deserve so I just wanted to say ‘thank you very much’.“I’ve chosen your hospital because I’ve been there a couple of times through Spurs, so it makes sense to go to you first.“You are the heroes and the work and the hours you are putting in are not going unnoticed.”Give now to The Sun’s NHS appealBRITAIN’s four million NHS staff are on the frontline in the battle against coronavirus.But while they are helping save lives, who is there to help them?The Sun has launched an appeal to raise £1MILLION for NHS workers.The Who Cares Wins Appeal aims to get vital support to staff in their hour of need.We have teamed up with NHS Charities Together in their urgent Covid-19 Appeal to ensure the money gets to exactly who needs it.The Sun is donating £50,000 and we would like YOU to help us raise a million pounds, to help THEM.No matter how little you can spare, please donate today herewww.thesun.co.uk/whocareswinsappeal
The 30-year-old will make the shift to Scotland at the completion of the Mitre 10 Cup, where he will play one final season for the Tasman Makos.The six-cap Tongan international made his Super Rugby debut with the Highlanders in 2016 and has gone on to make 26 appearances.”I’m excited to be joining Glasgow Warriors with my family later this year,” Halanukonuka told glasgowwarriors.org.”It is a team aiming for titles and big things which excites me.”I’ve heard about their loyal supporters and the great club atmosphere and I look forward to being a part of this in the near future.”Halanukonuka, who was part of the Highlanders team that beat the British and Irish Lions on their recent tour of New Zealand, will be coached in Glasgow by departing Chiefs coach Dave Rennie.Currently on a two-week stand down period from Super Rugby, Halanukonuka won’t be in action when the Makos face Manawatu in a pre-season match in Porirua on Wednesday. Photo by: BRADEN FASTIER/STUFF (Tasman Makos prop Siosiua Halanukonuka arrives at a training session last year).
SYDNEY, Australia (CMC):Sydney Thunder are desperate to tie West Indies all-rounder Andre Russell to a new contract before the Big Bash season ends, after the player’s massive impact with the franchise during the current campaign.The 27-year-old, a lively seamer and a devastating lower order batsman, has been one of Thunder’s best players and has also found himself immensely popular with franchise fans. Such has been Russell’s impact that the Thunder’s general manager, Nick Cummins, said they planned to make his contract renewal “priority” as they begin to plan for next season.”Of the guys that are off contract he’s “our priority. We’re already in discussions and we’re hoping to have something done before the season ends,” Cummins said. “He’s definitely a priority, we couldn’t have asked anything more from him.”Russell has delivered for Sydney in style this season. He has a league-leading 13 wickets and had produced a couple of cameos at a strike rate of 181. The Jamaican is also a brilliant fielder, taking three catches.His interaction with Sydney fans has been fantastic and Cummins said the franchise wanted to move quickly to ward off any other attempts by rivals to secure Russell’s services next season.”I’d imagine there’s other teams wanting to recruit Andre. He can do everything with bat, ball and in the field,” Cummins noted.”At the same time he was available to be signed last year and Thunder was the team that saw that and hopefully he sees we were the ones who backed him . . . who stood behind him.”He is one of those players who plays the way we’d all love to and I think the way he goes about his cricket is why he’s so popular. He’s explosive, dynamic and spectacular.”Russell has morphed into a T20 specialist in recent years, campaigning in all the major leagues across the globe.Last year, he played in the Indian Premier League, the Caribbean Premier League, the South African Ram Slam and the Bangladesh Premier League.He is set to play in the inaugural Pakistan Super League next month.
no objection Gayle told The Gleaner that himself and Blake had lengthy discussions with the three athletes and were convinced that they were not being coerced into making the move. It is expected that the trio, who are members of the Stephen Francis-led MVP Track Club will continue to train in Jamaica. Under the IAAF rule 5.4, athletes are allowed to compete for another country after sitting out a period of 12 months once there is no objection from their original federation. If there is an objection, the athletes would then need to wait for three years before representing their new country. Williams, who is approaching her 30th birthday, won silver medals in the 400m at the 2008 Olympic Games as well as the 2009 World Championships. She last represented Jamaica in the IAAF World Relays earlier this year. Brown, who on Monday celebrated his 23rd birthday, has a 100m personal best of 9.93 seconds finishing second in the 100m at the World University Games earlier this month. Fisher, also 23, recently joined the sub-10 seconds club running 9.94 seconds in Madrid. All three should be eligible to represent Bahrain at next Summer’s Olympic Games. Bahrain, like Qatar, has been involved in recruiting athletes over the years – particularly Kenyan distance runners. At least 40 athletes have switched allegiances, encouraged by lucrative deals from the oil rich Gulf States. There have been reported cases where athletes, who have switched to these countries have received, in some instances up to US$5,000 a month for life and additional bonuses for records. The ‘transfer’ of Jamaican athletes Shericka Williams, Kemarley Brown and Andrew Fisher to Bahrain is still being processed, but while he isn’t too concerned, Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) boss Dr Warren Blake admits that a trend seems to be developing. He was also quick to point out that the JAAA does not stand to benefit financially from any athlete switching allegiance to another country, as this is prohibited under IAAF regulations. Blake the JAAA president along with general secretary Garth Gayle have both confirmed that the athletes’ requests are being processed after the trio had written to the organisation expressing their desire to represent the Middle East archipelago over a month ago. If confirmed, this will not represent the first time that a Jamaican athlete has renounced their citizenship to represent another country with well known names such as Merlene Ottey (Slovenia) and the US-born quarter-miler Brandon Simpson, who went on to compete for Bahrain as well as Jacques Harvey, who recently committed to Turkey all coming to mind. This will, however, represent the first time that multiple athletes have made a request at once and Blake, while admitting that Jamaica has also benefited from athletes switching allegiance, it could be a developing trend that Jamaican athletes are now considering more seriously to benefit from the financial aspects of transferring allegiances. “Without any evidence to suggest (trend); it’s more of a developing trend as opposed to being a trend,” Blake told The Gleaner. “Athletes have always been switching allegiances and we have also benefited from it up to recently with steeplechaser Aisha Praught, who was born in the US and has decided to represent Jamaica.” It should be noted, however, that Praught was born to a Jamaican father.
MOST READ Denver scored a season-low 17 points in the first quarter while allowing a season-high 75 first-half points. Denver’s bench was outscored 41-35, led by nine points each from Juancho Hernangomez, Mason Plumlee and Malik Beasley. Harris had 13 points and four steals.Houston recalled rookie C Zhou Qi from Rio Grande Valley after he had 18 points and four blocks on Tuesday night for the G League affiliate. Briante Weber, who is averaging 17.9 points, 7.0 assists and 6.1 rebounds for Rio Grande Valley this season, was also recalled.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Knicks outscore Raptors 41-10 in 3rd en route to victory OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Houston Rockets guard Chris Paul, left, dribbles past Denver Nuggets forward Wilson Chandler during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017, in Houston. (AP Photo/Eric Christian Smith)HOUSTON, Texas—Trevor Ariza had a season-high 25 points in the Houston Rockets’ 125-95 victory over the Denver Nuggets on Wednesday night.Ariza was 7 of 10 from 3-point range. Chris Paul had 23 points and 12 assists, and James Harden added 21 points, nine assists and eight rebounds in limited action.ADVERTISEMENT Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ The Rockets have won nine of last 10 games, and beat Denver for the fifth straight time after sweeping the series 4-0 last season.Houston led 75-40 at the half, the Rockets’ largest halftime lead of the season.In a scary moment for Denver midway through the second quarter, Nikola Jokic fell to the ground following a tipped layup after suffering a non-contact injury. He limped off the court to the locker room but returned later in the quarter.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSBack on the throneWill Barton led Denver with 20 points. Jokic had 17, and Gary Harris added 13.Denver played its second game without Paul Millsap. He sustained a left wrist injury Sunday in a loss to the Los Angeles Lakers and is out indefinitely. Starting in his place, Wilson Chandler returned to action after missing a victory Monday night at Sacramento with back pain.Houston played without starting power forward Ryan Anderson (illness) and reserve guard Eric Gordon (right calf tightness). P.J. Tucker started in Anderson’s place, while Luc Mbah a Moute scored 13 points in 26 minutes behind Paul. 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 Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson View comments
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Mr. Berry with Dama Yekeson-Koffa, JFK acting deputy director for administration, and others who received the donation Rufus S. Berry II has donated over US$20,000 valued of medical supplies to the John F. Kennedy Medical Center (JFKMC), commonly referred to as JFK, to help support the hospital and the “pro-poor agenda” of President George M Weah.At the donation program yesterday, Mr. Berry said he strongly believe that the new leadership of JFK has the passion, energy and desire to transform the hospital, but requires the support of every well-meaning Liberians.The items donated include blood collection vacutainer tubes, patients’ hospital gowns, sodium chloride injection, standard earloop face mask, sterile polysoprene – powder free surgical gloves with nitrile coating, and sample collection kit.Others are protective Face Masks, high fluid resistant surgical mask with face shield, DuPont personal protection outfit, non-adherent pad, IV set, syringe adapter infusion set, microbore tubing segment, vented / Nonvented, isolation gowns, BD Vacutainer- Blood Transfer Device, and powder free nitrile exam gloves.Berry with JFK officials at the delivery of the donated medical supplies“All Liberians have to come together and work as a team to transform Liberia. I’m impressed to come and give all these life-saving medical supplies, because it would be my brother or sister or someone else that would be in need of these materials,” Mr. Berry noted.According to Berry, Liberia does not need strangers to help in addressing some of the challenges or problems facing the country, and hope that everyone will continue to support each other and the country at large.“We have a new government and the best way to address some of the problems is to work together. We have your back JFK. Liberians need to come together to give back to our country. This is my way of telling the new administration of JFK that they have our support,” Mr. Berry said.As head of the Liberian community organization in California in 2004, Mr. Berry said, “We raised USD$100,000 valued of medical supplies and delivered it to the JFK.”According to him, he also raised USD$20,000 worth of personal protective equipment (PPE), which was shipped by Delta Airlines free and delivered to then Vice President Joseph N. Boakai.Commenting on the cleanness of the hospital, Mr. Berry said, “Everyone expects to see the hospital’s environment or place clean. Today, I can see that the leadership has the vision to transform the hospital. This place has been dirty for a very long time, but the new management has decided to first clean the place before starting the healing or treatment process.”In response, Dama Yekeson-Koffa, JFK acting deputy director for administration, said she was overwhelmed with the donation.“We have been having unbelievable responses from requests put out there. We had an amazing past weekend of love. We had some dedicated employees that came out for three days working to ensure that the hospital is cleaned,” Mrs. Yekeson-Koffa said.With the support of every Liberian, Mrs. Yekeson-Koffa said, the new team will continue to work to make the JFK the place of first choice in the country for all Liberians in terms of quality service to the people.“We have a very desperate need for these materials and fortunate for us, Mr. Berry brought in a very huge quantity. We are very grateful for the opportunity to receive these medical supplies,” Yekeson-Koffa said.Mrs. Yekeson-Koffa said the donation will directly impact the patients significantly, adding: “Upon taking the position at the JFK, Mr. Berry immediately called to talk about his plan for the hospital and today, we have the opportunity to receive some good materials.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Attempts by President David Granger to advance an overseas candidate to the position of Chancellor of the Judiciary, ahead of the acting Guyanese appointee, continue to be condemned with former Alliance For Change (AFC) Executive Sasenarine Singh, who is calling the move an attempt to wreak havoc on the Judiciary.Acting Chancellor Yonette Cummings-EdwardsSingh, in an interview with Guyana Times on Saturday, expressed disappointment with the move to advance the Belize Chief Justice, considering the stellar service acting Chancellor Yonette Cummings-Edwards and acting Chief Justice Roxane George have provided throughout their judicial careers and in their respective positions.“When President Granger chose Roxane George and Yonette [Cummings-]Edwards, initially to act, it was a sound decision. It made sense to (have them) act in the positions to test their capabilities. Both of them have built up a reputation of being fair Judges. Their judgements over their (career) come across as embracing the law and ignoring emotional and political sentiment, which is exactly where we ought to take the Judiciary. With the Legislature being so subservient to the Executive, the only independent voice is the Judiciary.”Acting Chief Justice Roxane GeorgeHe added that now that the nation has seen their capabilities, it is only right to appoint both women to the substantial posts.“They’ve been fair. They’ve been transparent. They’ve been accountable. Their judgements make sense. Thus, the importation of Justice (Kenneth) Benjamin is a sign of bad faith (since) Justice Cummings-Edwards and Justice George have proven themselves credible. It’s childish and nothing but a PR gimmick to seek to impose an external Judge as Chancellor when already the holder of the office is doing such an excellent job.”After having been given the names of Justice Benjamin (nominee for Chancellor) and Justice Cummings-Edwards (nominee for Chief Justice), Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo, in a letter issued last Wednesday, rejected the nominees.He cited Article 127 (1) of the Constitution of the Guyana and contended that he is “unable to offer his agreement” to the top two judicial posts. Jagdeo subsequently indicated to reporters on Thursday last that he is not interested in rating the various nominees; or in dragging their names through the mud, when asked for his reasons.On Saturday, Singh suggested that the best way forward for the President may be to simply put forward the names of Justice Roxane George and Yonette Cummings-Edwards to the Opposition Leader, so that they can be confirmed in their respective roles. He urged the Government against creating a precedent of working outside the Constitution.“We should never dare play petty politics on the Judiciary. Our image is dented. We need to preserve the professionalism of the Judiciary. I’m disappointed in Mr Granger failing to respect the eminence of the Judiciary. Justice Benjamin cannot be compared to these ladies… he doesn’t have the local awareness of (Guyana’s) jurisprudence like them.”The former AFC Executive also expressed fears that once up and coming judicial officers see that appointments to the top spot are not necessarily merit based; this can cause individuals to lose their motivation… and their moral compass.“It will get people to start thinking short-term. Which means when people get into a position of a judgeship, they will not see the potential for judicial progression. And if people know they will be stifled at base level and there’s no room for professional development, it can lead to corruption in the Judiciary.”Justice Cummings-Edwards had previously served in the post of acting Chief Justice before being promoted to her current post in an acting capacity. Once she is confirmed as substantive Chief Justice, it means that her current successor, acting Chief Justice Roxane George, SC, will be removed. It is not clear in what capacity Justice George will serve should Government move ahead with the appointments as was indicated by Minister of State Joseph Harmon.
The team at Henry McGinley & Sons inspect their work on the ‘Reflect Yourself’ Art installation, which was completed as part of a project for the St. Patrick’s Festival in Dublin.Milford based company Henry McGinley & Sons have just completed a project for the St. Patrick’s Festival in Dublin.The installation, entitled Reflect Yourself, was unveiled in the gardens outside the Coach House at Dublin Castle during the St Patrick’s Day Festival. The team at Henry McGinley & Sons worked on fabricating the finished piece, which is 4.5m tall.Created by Barry Sheehan, Head of Design at the Dublin Institute of Technology, the project was designed and detailed by Milford native, James McGinley who works in Dublin for Garland Consultancy. James is the eldest son of Henry and Elizabeth McGinley. Others involved in the project include furniture design students, Richard May and Tomas Barisauskas. Reflect Yourself is a thought-provoking, outdoor installation that explores what specifically prevents us from reflecting on the past or wondering about the future. The project was chosen through an artist submission process to celebrate the year of Irish Design 2015.The project was commissioned after St. Patrick’s Festival and ID2015 came together to re-imagine public spaces in Dublin. Taking the present, and specifically the 2015 Parade theme ‘Celebrate Now’ as inspiration, this exciting collaboration aims to get people to stop and take a moment out of their busy day to think about the city differently.Commenting on the piece, creator Barry Sheehan said: “The theme of this year’s St. Patrick’s Festival is ‘Celebrate Now’ and when we were asked to design an installation, I wondered what would do that? What specifically prevents us from reflecting on the past, or wondering about the future? A mirror.“Reflecting only the here and now, a mirror gives us a snapshot in time. With this installation, we’re creating angled mirrors, with coloured translucent Perspex, so the views change, with unexpected vistas, suffused with light. What’s been particularly great about this project is getting the students working as a team. “DIT doesn’t exist in a vacuum and it’s great to have the students working with partners from industry like Garland Consultancy and Henry McGinley & Sons. Any architect will tell you that getting an idea is easy – but turning it into reality is a long and complex process!”Adding to this, James McGinley said Henry McGinley & Sons is delighted to be involved in the ‘Reflect Yourself’ project and it was wonderful to watch it come to life.“It’s a beautiful piece of work and anyone visiting Dublin from Donegal can check out the installation for themselves in the gardens outside the Coach House at Dublin Castle this week. The piece will then be paraded around the city over the next few months”.Henry McGinley & Sons recently celebrated 22 years in business and is one of the leading suppliers of structural steel and roofing systems in the northwest of Ireland. The company has built a strong reputation for delivering quality solutions to clients across the construction sector. For further information on Henry McGinley & Sons, visit www.henrymcginley.ieDONEGAL COMPANY CREATES UNIQUE ART INSTALLATION FOR ST PATRICK’S FESTIVAL was last modified: March 17th, 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)
Liverpool look on course for a top-four finish after their 4-0 victory at West Ham.Jurgen Klopp’s side enjoyed their first visit to the London Stadium, scoring three in the second-half.Daniel Sturridge, back in the side for his first start since January, opened the scoring after coolly rounding Adrian.Philippe Coutinho stole the show, netting twice, before Divock Origi completed the scoring and move them back up to third with one game remaining.See how talkSPORT scored the players’ performances by clicking the right arrow, above… Midfield: Emre Can – 7 – He grew into the game and did brilliantly in the centre of midfield as Liverpool were without the likes of Lucas Leiva and Jordan Henderson. Forward: Divock Origi – 6 – Netted the final goal to cap off an improved second-half performance after a disappointing first 45. Poor decision making at times and wasteful in the final third as he started his seventh match in a row for the Reds. 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 Right-back: Nathaniel Clyne – 7 – After a disappointing couple of games, the England defender put in a good shift. 11 11 Centre-back: Dejan Lovren – 7 – An overall solid game from the Croatian to see out the clean sheet. Midfield: Adam Lallana – 7 – His first start for the club since March and how they have missed him. The England international has had a brilliant season, displaying excellent creativity and endeavour in midfield and attack. Forward: Philippe Coutinho – 9 – A man of the match performance from the Brazilian. He had the licence to roam, showed his importance to the team and stepped up when it mattered. He set up Sturridge for the opener before netting two superb goals to put him on 13 for the season. Goalkeeper: Simon Mignolet – 7 – click the right arrow, above, to see how Liverpool players performed v West Ham… – Another good performance from the Belgian, made some key saves when called upon and dominated his box from set pieces. Forward: Daniel Sturridge – 8 – A breath of fresh air after making his first start since January. His movement and positivity troubled West Ham’s back line and he took his goal brilliantly, showing composure to round Adrian before slotting into an empty net. Left-back: James Milner – 6 – Poor in the first half but as West Ham collapsed in the second half, the 31-year-old had the licence to attack more. Midfield: Georginio Wijnaldum – 7 – Like many players, the Dutchman was much improved in the second half, registering two assists. He very nearly scored a goal of the season contender as his dipping volley hit the bar before Philippe Coutinho’s first. As always, the former Newcastle man provided Liverpool’s midfield with energy. Centre-back: Joel Matip – 7 – Made a key interception in the run up to Sturridge’s opener. A solid game overall from the Cameroonian as we have come to expect.