Local NewsBusiness Crash Bandicoot Makes His Way Four-Ward to Next-Gen Consoles, Switch, and PC in 2021! WhatsApp Facebook TAGS Pinterest Twitter WhatsApp Twitter Pinterest This year, Crash Bandicoot is kicking off his 25th anniversary by bringing Crash Bandicoot™ 4: It’s About Time to PlayStation® 5, Xbox Series X|S and Nintendo Switch™ on March 12. Coming soon, the game will also launch on PC via Battle.net. Players who purchase, or already have, Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time on PlayStation® 4 or Xbox One will be entitled to receive next-gen upgrades at no cost (except Japan) within the same console family. By Digital AIM Web Support – February 9, 2021 Facebook Previous articleMemorialCare Offers Free Online Mental Health Resource to SoCal CommunitiesNext articleLabcorp Announces Key Appointments to Oncology Leadership Team Digital AIM Web Support
#Dorian from Cruz Bay, St. John, USVI 1:40 AST pic.twitter.com/zxLVkhMHGZ— Kelly Langston (@Kelly_Langston) August 28, 2019Dorian missed Puerto Rico for the most part, where many residents are still reeling from the devastation of 2017’s Hurricane Maria. The highest rainfall total on the island on Wednesday was 1 to 2 inches.“Thank God we were not affected,” Puerto Rico Gov. Wanda Vazquez said Wednesday night. “All the determinations made in the last days were a real life exercise.”Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. The demand for bottled water is already outpacing supply at many South Florida stores like Costco (pictured) & Publix… ahead of a projected Category 3 storm.. 100+ people are waiting in line at this store in Miami Lakes… more shipments planned. #HurricaneDorian @WPLGLocal10 pic.twitter.com/B3eLCJfcwo— Terrell Forney (@TerrellWPLG) August 28, 2019Dorian first tore through the Caribbean Wednesday, blasting St. Thomas with powerful winds and more than 6 inches of rain.President Donald Trump approved an emergency declaration for the U.S. Virgin Islands. ABC News(NEW YORK) — Hurricane Dorian is strengthening and taking aim at Florida where it may make landfall as a powerful Category 4 on Monday morning.Dorian is forecast to reach a Category 3 by Friday, and then as the storm churns toward Florida it may strengthen even further, bringing 130 mph winds — a Category 4.Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has declared a state of emergency for counties in Dorian’s path.“It’s important for Floridians on the East Coast to monitor this storm closely,” DeSantis said in a statement. “Every Florida resident should have seven days of supplies, including food, water and medicine, and should have a plan in case of disaster.”
Earlier Tuesday Abidal had spoken glowingly of Messi and had sounded optimistic of an extended deal “I’m sure we’ll come to a deal with Leo because he knows we need him. He’s on top form, enjoying his game and breaking records,” said Abidal. Read Also:Odion Ighalo unveiled finally as Manchester United player “We as a club want to make him even happier and to do that by surrounding him with the right teammates. We want a strong team with a good everyday feeling and above all we want to win titles.” Messi signed his last extension in 2017, with his current deal running through to 2021 but reportedly containing a clause that could allow him to quit Barcelona in June. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Lionel Messi has hit back at Barcelona sporting director Eric Abidal after the Frenchman blamed slackness in the dressing room for the departure of recently-fired coach Ernesto Valverde. In an interview with Spanish daily Sport Abidal said that under Valverde, who was sacked in mid-January, many players had been unhappy, hadn’t worked hard enough nor communicated properly. Lionel Messi has criticised Barcelona sports director Eric Abidal Now Argentine ace Messi has fired a salvo at across his own ranks just as the club are trying to get him to sign a contract extension. “Sincerely I don’t like doing this kind of thing but everyone has to be made responsible for their actions and what they say,” Messi said on Instagram. “We the players in the dressing room are the first to admit it when we haven’t played well. The directors need to take their responsibilities too. “I believe that if you talk about the players (in this way) you should name names instead of worrying everyone and encouraging rumours that are far from certain.”Advertisement Promoted ContentCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayLook At Something Beautiful That Wasn’t Made By A Human BeingInsane Japanese Tech That Make You Wish You Lived In JapanWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hoot33 Celebs Photos From Their Childhood: Will You Recognize Them?10 Irresistibly Gorgeous Asian ActressesInsane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street Art10 Gorgeous Bollywood Divas Who Earn A LotYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime
Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comment (1) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. 0 Vote up Vote down Guest · 233 weeks ago As of Monday night (2/22) the Miege girls are 19-0. They have one game left to play in the regular season. Report Reply 0 replies · active 233 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” The final rankings of the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association came out today. The Wellington girls finished with the No. 2 ranking in the state in Class 4A- Div. 1.The rankings are as follows:1. Bishop Miege.2. Wellington.3. K.C. Piper.4. Paola.5. McPherson.6. Labette County.7. Chanute.8. Abilene.9. Andover Central.10. K.C. Sumner.The full rankings can be found here:Â KBCA Ranking February 22, 2016Wellington continues to get love in the Topeka-Capital Journal poll. The Crusaders are No. 2 in Class 4A Div. 1 following Bishop Miege, at No. 1. There seems to be dispute with Miegeâ€™s record. The CJ poll has Miege at 17-1 while the Kansas Power Index website has it at 18-0.The Lady Dukes are also No. 8 in the Capital Journal Girls Super 10, moving up two notches. See full poll here:In the KPI Index which goes off a formula much like the College RPI, Wellington is No. 5 in that ranking, behind Paola, Miege, Labette County and Kansas City Piper. See that ranking here.Â Â Wellington hosts Circle Tuesday night for the chance of winning the undisputed Ark Valley Chisholm Trail League Div. 1 crown.In other ranking news:â€¢Conway Springs girls are No. 8 in the KBCA poll and ranked in â€œothersâ€ in the Topeka poll in Class 3A.â€¢Argonia boys are No. 10 in the KBCA poll; and ranked in â€œothersâ€ in the Topeka poll in Class 1A- Div. II.â€¢Conway Springs boys are not ranked in the KBCA poll but is ranked in â€œothersâ€ in the Topeka poll in 3A.Follow us on Twitter.
A chaotic start induced by a shortage of funds forced the squad to make a 24-hour bus journey to Malawi, but they won 2-1 to set in motion a five-match unbeaten run that secured top spot while favourites Guinea flopped. WINNERSGuinea-BissauHave no stars and coach Baciro Cande is virtually unknown, but home and away wins over Kenya and a 3-2 triumph over Zambia in Bissau thanks to a stoppage-time Toni Silva goal secured top spot with a fixture to spare.UgandaAfter a string of near misses in qualifying competitions, Uganda are going to the finals for the first time since 1978 with a narrow home win over the Comoros securing one of two places reserved for the best runners-up.SenegalThe only qualifiers to finish with a 100 percent record, after home and away victories over Burundi, Namibia and Niger, is testimony to the organisation and consistency coach and former star Aliou Cisse has developed.EgyptA stoppage-time equaliser from Mohamed Salah in Nigeria against the run of play proved crucial as record seven-time champions Egypt won the return match in the ‘group of death’ to halt a run of three failed qualifying campaigns.Zimbabwe Ugandans celebrate qualification. FUFAMEDIA PHOTOJohannesburg, South Africa | AFP |Guinea-Bissau winning a group in which they were expected to finish last was the biggest shock of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying competition that ended at the weekend.The tiny Portuguese-speaking west African country reached the finals for the first time at the expense of former champions Zambia and Congo Brazzaville and Kenya.They will be at the 16-team tournament in Gabon during January and February while notable absentees include previous title-holders Nigeria and South Africa.AFP Sport picks five winners and five losers after an elimination process that spanned 16 months and produced 363 goals at an average of 2.5 per match. LOSERSNigeriaThe withdrawal of cash-strapped Chad turned the matches against Egypt into group deciders and after being held at home in a match they dominated, the Super Eagles fell to a Ramadan Sobhy goal in Alexandria and were eliminated.South AfricaInstead of contesting first place with eventual group winners Cameroon, Bafana Bafana (The Boys) never recovered from a disastrous start in which they were held by Gambia and lost to Mauritania and finished a humiliating third.ZambiaA downward turn by Chipolopolo (Copper Bullets) since shocking Ivory Coast to win the 2012 final continued after drawing three and losing one of four qualifiers this year to end third in a group won by no-hopers Guinea-Bissau.Cape VerdeA team ranked No. 1 in Africa for one month this year needed a home victory over modest Libya to seal a third consecutive Cup of Nations appearance, but lost to a stoppage-time goal in a game interrupted by a dog wandering around the pitch.Congo BrazzavilleThe central African country have been unable to sustain progress after reaching the 2015 quarter-finals despite defeating group winners Guinea-Bissau home and away. A shock loss in Kenya proved fatal. Share on: WhatsApp
Liverpool’s Egyptian midfielder Mohamed Salah (R) and Liverpool’s Brazilian midfielder Roberto Firmino (L) celebrate after a late own goal from Tottenham Hotspur’s. PHOTO AFPCollated English Premier League results Cardiff 1 Chelsea 2Liverpool 2 Tottenham 1Played SaturdayBrighton 0 Southampton 1Burnley 2 Wolverhampton Wanderers 0Crystal Palace 2 Huddersfield 0Fulham 0 Man City 2Leicester 2 Bournemouth 0Manchester United 2 Watford 1West Ham 0 Everton 2Playing Monday (1900GMT)Arsenal v NewcastleLiverpool, United Kingdom | AFP | Liverpool’s willpower is keeping their Premier League title hopes alive, admitted manager Jurgen Klopp after his side moved back top of the table in dramatic fashion with a 2-1 win over Tottenham at Anfield on Sunday.Toby Alderweireld’s own goal a minute from time moved Liverpool two points ahead of title rivals Manchester City.Klopp’s men still need City to slip up in their remaining seven games as the champions have a game in hand.However, Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris’s error to parry the ball in off the unfortunate Alderweireld was reminiscent of Jordan Pickford’s mistake to also gift Divock Origi a late winner against Everton earlier in the season, suggesting Liverpool’s luck may be in this year.“I told the boys after the game there are 500,000 ways probably to win a football game. Today it was rather ugly, but without a bit of luck you cannot be in the position we are,” said Klopp.“If we are top of the table after the last matchday it would be a championship of will.”Liverpool’s hopes of ending a 29-year wait to win the title looked set to be dealt a massive blow as Lucas Moura’s strike 20 minutes from time cancelled out Roberto Firmino’s early opener.And the visitors will be left to regret Moussa Sissoko missing a huge chance to inflict Liverpool’s first home league defeat in nearly two years five minutes from time.Spurs are now in serious danger of crashing out of the top four as they remain level on points with Manchester United and could be usurped by north London rivals Arsenal into third should the Gunners beat Newcastle on Monday.“Overall I think we were better than Liverpool,” said Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino. “It is difficult to explain, but at the same time I am proud of the performance.”Pochettino’s men remain without a Premier League win since February 10. However, the Argentine wants to set that record right at the opening night of the club’s new 62,000 capacity stadium against Crystal Palace on Wednesday.“The new stadium must be a big boost for everyone,” said Pochettino. “I was telling the players in the changing room we have seven games and we are in top four and we need to compete. It’s a mini-league and, playing the way we played today, I think we can achieve the top four.”– Kop delirium –Spurs started brightly, but conceded with Liverpool’s first significant attack when Firmino headed home the opener on 16 minutes from a delightful Andy Robertson cross.That was Robertson’s 12th assist of the season from left-back and the Scotland captain was involved again in a flowing move moments later as he forged down the left and neat touches from Salah and Georginio Wijnaldum teed up Sadio Mane to curl just wide.Liverpool were thankful to Robertson at the other end after the break as he made a vital block to prevent Christian Eriksen firing home on the rebound after Alisson Becker was forced into his first save of the afternoon by Harry Kane.Salah has now scored just once in his last 11 games and his wasted chance to give Liverpool some breathing space when Alderweireld blocked the Egyptian’s shot with Mane better placed and begging for a pass looked costly when Tottenham levelled.Kane’s quick thinking and excellent long-range pass picked out Kieran Trippier, who fed Eriksen and his scuffed shot fell perfectly for Moura to turn home. As Liverpool surged forward in search of a winner, Spurs could have picked them off as Sissoko blazed over with just Alisson to beat before Alli clipped a shot inches wide.Instead, there was delirium in front of the Kop end when Lloris parried Salah’s header into Alderweireld and the ball ricocheted over the line to breathe fresh life into Liverpool’s title challenge.In Sunday’s other game, Maurizio Sarri insists he will fight to remain Chelsea manager despite fans chanting for him to be sacked during their controversial 2-1 win at Cardiff City.Sarri’s position looked precarious when Chelsea trailed 1-0 against Premier League strugglers Cardiff with just six minutes remaining.Victor Camarasa’s goal looked likely to dent Chelsea’s pursuit of a top four finish and their supporters’ anger towards Sarri was audible.But a dubious equaliser from Cesar Azpilicueta, who was clearly offside, and a stoppage-time Ruben Loftus-Cheek winner rescued Sarri’s team, who stay within touching distance of a place in next season’s Champions League.Asked how he had felt when the chants of “We want Sarri out” rang out from the visiting fans, Sarri said: “I don’t want to answer, but I can understand the reaction of the fans.“But it was probably best for them to wait until the end of the match.”Sarri insisted he wouldn’t let the supporters’ abuse drive him out of Stamford Bridge, although he may yet have that decision taken out of his hands if Chelsea fail to qualify for the Champions League.“I am getting used to this and for me it’s not a big problem. I just have to work to change their opinion,” he said.“I want to stay here. When I arrived the team were 30 points behind Manchester City. I want to stay and improve results, but it is not easy work.“At the moment, there is a difference between Manchester City, Liverpool and us.”The victory keeps Chelsea in sixth place, but only a point behind fourth-placed Manchester United, and may also have emboldened Sarri to launch a staunch defence of his selection decisions.He began with both Eden Hazard and N’Golo Kante on the substitutes’ bench and failed to hand an appearance to in-form England teenager Callum Hudson-Odoi.“Hazard cannot play 70 matches a season,” added Sarri. “Kante has played a lot of games and in every season there is a moment when you have to give players a rest.”– ‘We were lucky’ –Azpilicueta’s goal drew anger from Cardiff manager Neil Warnock and Sarri admitted his team had been fortunate that the linesman did not spot that the Chelsea skipper was in an offside position when a corner was flicked on by Marcos Alonso.“We were lucky with the first goal. But I think we deserved to win,” Sarri said.“I haven’t see the replay, but Neil told me he was sure he was offside by two yards.“He told me about the referee’s decision, but I can understand the situation.”Chelsea looked jaded for the opening 45 minutes and although it was goalless at half-time, they fell behind less than a minute after the re-start.A half-cleared throw-in allowed Harry Arter to set up Camarasa for a sweetly-struck half volley.Chelsea’s efforts to find an equaliser were thwarted by a resolute Cardiff until the 84th minute when Azpilicueta struck.Cardiff’s anger had hardly cooled by the time Loftus-Cheek stooped to head in a cross from Willian.The result leaves Cardiff five points from safety, although they do have a game in hand on Burnley above them and the two clubs face each other in a crucial fixture in a fortnight.Cardiff manager Neil Warnock said Azpilicueta’s goal only reinforced the need for the introduction of VAR into the Premier League.“If anybody was in doubt before today, I think VAR has got to be the answer to help them out. VAR would have sorted the goal out within seconds,” Warnock said.“We’ve worked on things for the last three weeks and one of them is coming out at corner kicks and leaving a man i Share on: WhatsApp
According to the White House, a member of Vice President Mike Pence’s team has tested positive for the coronavirus.Vice President Pence’s spokeswoman Katie Miller, spoke about the incident on Friday.Miller reported that though the staff member does work for the Vice President, he or she did not have “close contact” with either the vice president or President Donald Trump.Miller also says that they are now in the process of contacting everyone who may have had contact with the staff member in accordance with CDC guidelines and that VP Pence’s office was also notified about the development on Friday evening.
Tags: Chris Wood, England teams 20 May 2020 Fit for purpose – Chris Wood offers S&C tips to squads Chris Wood has revealed the secrets of his strength and conditioning regime to up-and-coming England players as part of an ongoing series of tutorials with Tour stars.The former England Golf graduate and three-time winner on the European Tour provided a fascinating insight into his fitness work, management of injuries and importance of nutrition during the latest in a series of webinars.During lockdown, Wood didn’t let the closure of his local gym in Bristol interrupt his rhythm.Instead, the 32-year-old simply manufactured his own weights by using his brother-in-law’s drill to fix handles to 35 kilo logs!Wood’s Q&A session explored how he copes with the stresses of tour life and managing a back injury which has niggled him since his teenage amateur days.A bulging disc on his left side is, quite literally, a pain but with careful management is something Wood can work around.The Q&A session was led by England Golf’s Strength and Conditioning Coach Dan Coughlan and was something Wood was happy to sign up for because of the affection he still feels towards the England Golf set-up.“The over-riding memory I have from my England career was the experiences I enjoyed travelling the world playing golf – and that’s why I’m happy to help out with sessions such as this one,” admitted the 2007 England Golf Order of Merit winner.“I remember going to Australia with four or five other lads. We played an Aussie team and played the Aussie Amateur and a couple of other top events.“I had three weeks in Australia playing competitive golf with good lads – just brilliant.“I remember we were jet-lagged on arrival at a hotel right on a golf course, but we were out in the dark having chipping competitions on the greens – just constant competition and so much fun.“I won the Russian Amateur after being sent away as part of an England squad and earned a slot in the Russian Open on the European Tour – an experience I wouldn’t have otherwise had without being part of an England set up.“Our team spirit back then was amazing.“We always played a game of ‘killer’ on the putting green.“You’re in your blazer ready for a presentation after a day’s play, but the coach, Dave Ridley, lined up 10 of us to hole four-foot putts.“It was a case of miss and you’re out. There was always an edge, but it was just so much fun and these England trips made you love the game even more.”Wood is eager to get back into competition once it is safe for the European Tour to resume, but has not wasted his time off.Ideas on practice, gym work, recovery and the importance of sleep were all topics covered as current squad players once again lapped up the information from a player who was England’s top amateur two years in a row from 2007 and worked his way up to becoming a winner on Tour and a Ryder Cup player.One of Wood’s highlights as an amateur was winning the silver medal at the 2008 Open at Royal Birkdale (pictured below) where he finished the week in a tie for fifth behind eventual winner Padraig Harrington.On that experience, Wood added: “I did a Q&A with my golf club last week and was asked to name my three most nervous moments on a course – that opening tee shot at Birkdale is one of them!“On Sunday I was off in a later group and I was playing with Ian Poulter who I’d never met.“It was an intimidating stage, yet I felt that it was what I wanted to do.“I hold that achievement of winning the silver medal for top amateur as high as anything I’ve done in the game.“The following day I had interviews at my local club and the pro came out to see the medal. He congratulated me, was shaking and dropped the medal. I only had it for less than a day and it was chipped!”Wood may be a regular on Tour, but he remains in touch with his local county scene and has an eye on youngsters coming through the ranks with Gloucestershire.He added: “I’m still close with Mark Powell – he’s been junior organiser for 20 years and he’s so passionate about junior golf in this region.“Whatever Mark asks he will always get a positive answer from me. I still play in their December junior get-together.“Gloucestershire was as big for me in my career as England and I will always support the county game.”Wood has followed Matt Wallace, Matt Fitzpatrick, Tommy Fleetwood, Bronte Law, Meg MacLaren and Danny Willett in hosting sessions for the England squad as they look to continue their golfing education.