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Saquon Barkley attempts no-look pass, hits assistant coach

first_imgSaquon Barkley is athletic. In his rookie season, he finished with 1,307 rushing yards and 721 receiving yards, including 11 touchdowns. MORE: NFL predictions 2019: Cowboys clip Eagles, Giants dip with Redskins in NFC EastWhile he’s not known for his arm, the Giants’ star has been seen challenging his teammates to throwing contests during 2019 training camp. What can’t @saquon do? 🎯😱 pic.twitter.com/OSGn3QNUIn— New York Giants (@Giants) August 6, 2019It makes you wonder, what can’t he do? Throw a no-look pass, that’s what.On Wednesday, Barkley says, “no-look Mahomes” before striking a Giants assistant coach while attempting a Patrick Mahomes-like pass. “No-look. Mahomes.” @saquon’s impression did not go according to plan 😆 pic.twitter.com/rhTa1n5ZSa— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) August 8, 2019This is a good indicator that Barkley should stick to catching footballs, rather than throwing them.last_img read more

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English eight in GB&I Vagliano squad

first_img Tags: elite golf, GB&I, Royal St George’s, Vagliano Trophy, Women’s Golf Eight English players have been selected for the initial GB&I squad for the 2019 Vagliano Trophy match against the Continent of Europe.Four are Curtis Cup players: India Clyburn (pictured), Annabell Fuller, Alice Hewson, and Lily May Humphreys. Alongside them are Lianna Bailey, 2018 St Rule Trophy winner; Hollie Muse, a semi-finalist at the Women’s Amateur Championship; Bel Wardle, the Portuguese open champion; and Caitlin Whitehead, the European Young Masters champion.They are in a 19-strong squad selected by The R&A. The biennial match will be played at Royal St George’s, on the Kent coast, from 28-29 June. GB&I will be aiming to win the match for the first time since 2005 when they defeated the Continent of Europe 13-11 at Golf de Chantilly.England’s Elaine Ratcliffe, who will lead the team for the first time as captain of GB&I, said: “We have selected a talented group of players and they all now have a chance to make their case to be included in the team to play the Continent of Europe.“We will be monitoring their results closely over the coming months as well as the performance of other players who still have time to play their way into our plans, ahead of selecting the eight golfers to play at Royal St George’s.”The GB&I team will be made up of the two highest ranked golfers in the World Amateur Golf Ranking™ on 29 May and six players chosen by The R&A women’s selection committee.Six players will be selected on Monday 3 June, following the St Rule Trophy, and two players selected on Monday 17 June, following the Women’s Amateur Championship at Royal County Down.The GB&I team for the Junior Vagliano Trophy match will be announced on Monday 3 June.The GB&I squad:Lianna Bailey (21, Kirby Muxloe, Lesicestershire, England)India Clyburn (22, Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire, England)Beth Coulter, (14, Kirkistown Castle, Ireland)Hannah Darling (15, Broomieknowe, Scotland)Annabell Fuller (16, Roehampton, Surrey, England)Chloe Goadby (21, St Regulus, Scotland)Paula Grant (25, Lisburn, Ireland)Alice Hewson (21, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, England)Lily May Humphreys (16, Stoke by Nayland, Essex, England)Connie Jaffrey (22, Troon Ladies, Scotland)Hannah McCook (25, Grantown-on-Spey, Scotland)Olivia Mehaffey (21, Royal County Down Ladies, Ireland)Shannon McWilliam (18, Aboyne, Scotland)Hollie Muse (19, West Lancashire, Lancashire, England)Ffion Tynan (15, Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire, Wales)Lauren Walsh (18, Castlewarden, Ireland)Isobel Wardle (19, Prestbury, Cheshire, England)Caitlin Whitehead (16, Carus Green, Cumbria, England)Annabel Wilson (17, Lurgan, Ireland) Image © Leaderboard Photographycenter_img 2 Jan 2019 English eight in GB&I Vagliano squad last_img read more

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Castlegar special teams make Leafs pay during 6-3 KIJHL victory Saturday night in Nelson

first_imgBy Bruce FuhrThe Nelson Daily SportsThe Nelson Leafs rolled the dice Saturday night against the Castlegar Rebels, believing the Heritage City squad could play undisciplined hockey and still win.However, the defending Kootenay Conference Champs didn’t get to the KIJHL final last season by fluke.The Rebels looked to be in mid-season form, making the Leafs pay for their mistakes by scoring four times on the power play en route to a 6-3 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League drubbing of Nelson at the NDCC Arena.The win by the Sunflower City squad avenged a 3-0 loss Friday in Castlegar.“I thought we controlled the play for a good portion of the game but penalties just killed us really in the (third period),” said Leaf defenceman Tyler Parfeniuk, wearing the captain’s “C” for the game.“I thought we were playing well except for a 10-minute span in the third period.”The Kelowna native was correct in his assessment of the game.The Leafs displayed flashes of brilliance before a somewhat controversial goal eight minutes into the third period by Aaron Brewer appeared to turn the tide in the favour of the Rebels.Brewer sped into the Leaf end and dribbled a shot past Leaf goalie Patrick Defoe.The Leafs protested the net was already dislodged from the goal line before players colliding with Defoe completely removed the goal.However, two consecutive power play goals by Tyler Robinson and Erik Alden, the latter coming less than two minutes after Brewer’s game winner, was more than enough to erase any controversy and give Castlegar its first win of the season.“I’m obviously happy . . . happy with the win,” said Rebel head coach Steve Junker. “It’s nice to get that first one out of the way.”“We took a step in the right direction tonight,” Junker added. “I don’t think we had a very good start . . . it was pretty sloppy on both sides. But we were able to find a way to win and obviously finding the back of the net helps with confidence. Hopefully we can build off of that.”Nelson held leads of 1-0 thanks to a shorthanded marker by Patrick Martens and 3-2-advantage after two second period goals by James Sorriey and Max Mois erased a 2-1 Castlegar lead.But Anthony Delong tied the game at 3-3 with a marker late in the middle frame on a delayed penalty.And the Rebels made the Leafs pay for their undisciplined ways with three goals in the third.Delong and Alden each finished the game with two goals and an assist for three points.Tyler Robinson scored the other Castlegar marker.Alex Ross was solid in goal, especially in the second period when Nelson peppered the Montrose native with 14 shots. Ross finished the game stopping 24 of 27 pucks.Defoe, who started training camp in Castlegar, took the loss.Both coaches are eager to get some practice time after a month of finding the right players to fill out the respective rosters.The Leafs next game is Friday when the Green and White host Kelowna Chiefs while the Rebels travel to Grand Forks to meet the Border Bruins.ICE CHIPS: Prior to the start of Saturday’s game the Leafs paid tribute to four people who played major roles in Nelson hockey. Two devoted fans, Nina Arabia and Harold Epp, died during the off season as well as former senior Leaf goalie Gerry Koehle and longtime scorekeeper Jim Kienholz. The bearded scorekeeper was killed in a plane crash over the summer. . . .Leaf defenceman Walker Sidoni tried to fire up his teammates after going toe-to-toe  with Anthony Delong in a third-period tilt. Sidoni, however, was whistled for the extra two-minutes for instigating allowing the Rebels to score its fifth goal of the game on the power play. . . .Nelson lost its second defenceman of the night minutes later when Riley Henderson was hit with a checking-from-behind penalty, which carries an automatic game [email protected]last_img read more

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Chelsea’s Baker enjoying MK Dons loan

first_imgChelsea youngster Lewis Baker has told MK News he is enjoying his football on loan at Milton Keynes Dons after a season of mixed fortunes.The 19-year-old was described as ‘outstanding’ by Dons boss Karl Robinson in the 2-0 win over Scunthorpe on Tuesday night, which maintained their push for promotion from League One.Baker, who has played just three minutes for the Chelsea first team, began the campaign on the fringes of Jose Mourinho’s squad, making the bench against Manchester United in October.He went on loan to Sheffield Wednesday in January but struggled to make an impression during four appearances in the Championship before finding his feet with the Dons.Baker said: “It’s been an up and down experience for me this season.“I thought the first six months being around the Chelsea first team was a good experience and then I didn’t have the best of experiences at Sheffield Wednesday but now that I’m here at MK Dons it’s been great so far.“All the lads and the fans have been right behind me and I’m doing alright on the pitch so I’m happy.”He won praise from Robinson for his display against Scunthorpe.Speaking to the club’s official website, the MK Dons boss said: “I thought Lewis was outstanding.“I thought he showed his real quality and he could have scored another worldy – the keeper’s pulled off one of the best saves I’ve seen in a long time.”Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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Live updates: Warriors vs. Pelicans, Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.

first_imgJoin us for live news and analysis Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. when the Warriors take on the New Orleans Pelicans in what should be an entertaining game at Oracle.For Warriors fans, they’d like to see something resembling Monday night’s game in Chicago when Klay Thompson set a new single-game 3-point record by hitting 14 in a 149-124 rout of the Bulls.The Warriors (7-1) are seeking their sixth straight win and are facing one of their stiffest challenges of the young season as All-Star …last_img read more

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Alan Dershowitz: ‘An unworthy set of reflexive assumptions?’

first_imgWatch the broadcast of Dershowitz’s statements, and the responses by both Morgan and University of Cape Town academic Kelly Phelps on Media Club South Africa 25 March 2014At the start of the Oscar Pistorius trial, celebrity US lawyer Alan Dershowitz suggested on CNN that Pistorius would not get justice as South Africa was a “failed state”, and the trial “racial”. Simon Barber, Brand South Africa’s country manager for the US, wrote this open letter to Dershowitz in response.Simon Barber, Brand South Africa’s country manager for the US, wrote an open letter to Dershowitz.Click here to read Barber’s letter.  Read more on Media Club South Africa: Alan Dershowitz: ‘An unworthy set of reflexive assumptions?’last_img read more

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16 inch MEDIUM DARK BROWN, The product itself is lovely quality but it was a

first_imgThe item by itself is lovely quality but it was a. The merchandise by itself is wonderful quality but it was a gentle brown not medium, i am going to have to dye them to get the colour i want.Purchased at the improper time for me. Very good quality for the price tag very smooth nice ailment. The color match was pretty much ideal absolutely brilliant. My hair is /was quick and it is naturally really great so it was hard function finding them to clip,in and seem very good, so it was not the product it was my hair, finished up likely to my salon for my typical shorter crop. If you have earlier your ears one length and striving to increase our a type then sure these are fab so go for it.Paid for categorical shipping and delivery, which arrived on time. Superior hair extensions, i like them a tiny thicker so i doubled them up and sewed with each other, which did the occupation. Excellent color match and dependable colour, does not have tons of gold or pink flecks all over so i didn’t need to have to dye them to match my very own colour. Would acquire all over again and would endorse.Comments from buyers“Bought at the wrong time for me!, I was really pleased with the quality of these extensions, Amazing!!!! :)))), Good hair extensions, The product itself is lovely quality but it was a “I was actually happy with the quality of these extensions. I was really pleased with the quality of these extensions. Terrific value for income, as i would usually obtain considerably a lot more costly extensions. Most likely a very little thinner than my usual extensions but at this rate you can afford to just invest in one more set.Just have to have 2 packs to thicken up far more.They came the subsequent working day which was extremely speedy. They are the suitable length and its terrific that the clips are previously sewn in. The only factor is that they are meant to be medium/dark brown wheres to me they seem to be far more light-weight/medium brown but as its human hair it can conveniently be dyed a bit darker.. If you have genuinely thick hair, two packs is recommended but appears beautiful and secures in perfectly, lasts all day and evening without having re-altering :).I not long ago acquired some from another person else and they ended up dreadful. Pleasant and thick, and surely a full heads truly worth. Will undoubtedly i obtain once more.last_img read more

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President’s Colours for Army’s Air Defence wing

first_imgPresident Ram Nath Kovind on Saturday awarded President’s Colours to the Corps of Army Air Defence at Odisha’s Gopalpur military station.President’s Colours is the highest honour bestowed upon a regiment of the Indian Armed Forces in recognition of invaluable contributions to the security of the nation during peace and hostility. It was presented on the completion of 25 years of the Army Air Defence as an independent arm of the Army. It was received by the Army Air Defence Centre on behalf of the Corps of Army Air Defence.Glorious legacy The President, in his address, recalled the glorious legacy of Indian Armed Forces in protecting the unity, integrity and sovereignty of the nation in general and the Corps of Army Air Defence in particular. Air Defence came into existence in 1940 as part of Corps of Artillery. In 1994 it was bifurcated from the Regiment of Artillery. Its troops had shown valour during World War II in various operations and won gallantry awards, namely four Military Crosses, one Medal of the British Empire, seven Indian Distinguished Service Medals and two Orders of the British Empire.last_img read more

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Juvenile Offenders to Benefit from Training and Apprenticeship

first_imgStory Highlights Scores of young people in remand centres and State-care facilities are to benefit from training and apprenticeship under the ‘A New Path’ programme. This is being facilitated under a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed by the Organization of American States (OAS), Trust for the Americas, Heart Trust/NTA, and the Housing, Opportunity, Production and Employment (HOPE) programme at the Department of Correctional Services (DCS) training facility located in downtown Kingston, on Tuesday (January 22). Scores of young people in remand centres and State-care facilities are to benefit from training and apprenticeship under the ‘A New Path’ programme.This is being facilitated under a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed by the Organization of American States (OAS), Trust for the Americas, Heart Trust/NTA, and the Housing, Opportunity, Production and Employment (HOPE) programme at theDepartment of Correctional Services (DCS) training facility located in downtown Kingston, on Tuesday (January 22).Through this partnership, the HEART Trust and the HOPE Programme will train the youth in soft skills, which will emphasise core values, including patriotism, life skills development, cultural awareness and ethics.As part of the agreement, the beneficiaries will be exposed to a four-month apprenticeship programme in various ministries, departments and agencies of government and private entities. The youths will receive a stipend as part of on-the-job training.A New Path is a programme of the OAS and Trust for the Americas aimed at contributing to the reduction of recidivism among juvenile remandees and offenders, by offering reintegration services focused on social reintegration and economic inclusion.Minister of State in the Ministry of National Security, Hon. Rudyard Spencer, in his remarks at the signing, thanked the overseas agencies for partnering with Jamaica on A New Path.He noted that since the programme’s implementation in 2015, more than 1,900 young people have received “intense training and some financial assistance”.“It is the project’s objective to create a stable, productive and healthy environment for the juvenile detainees, remandees and those on parole, by improving the reintegration services being provided,” he noted.Mr. Spencer said the programme is also enhancing the DCS’ capacity to provide the best rehabilitation services for youth offenders.last_img read more

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Ottawa buries official statement criticizing UN conference for giving Indigenous people too

first_imgBy Jorge Barrera APTN National NewsOttawa didn’t think much of the high-profile UN World Conference on Indigenous Peoples’ outcome document and quietly posted an official statement outlining its displeasure in a back corner of its website.The statement is posted under Foreign Affairs’ website for the Permanent Mission of Canada to the United Nations. It’s not easy to find on the website as it’s not highlighted on the front page. It can be found first by clicking through a section on “Canadian Statements” and then the section subtitled “Statements on Human Rights.” The statement also did not make it onto Canada’s UN mission’s Twitter stream.The Assembly of First Nations’ website, however, posted Canada’s statement under “Latest News.”The first ever World Conference on Indigenous Peoples ran over two days and ended Tuesday.Canada rejected the conference’s outcome document because it gave Indigenous people too much power over development on their territories. In particular, Canadian diplomats rejected the conference document’s position on “free prior and informed consent,” which is one of the key aspects of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.“Free, prior and informed consent…could be interpreted as providing a veto to Aboriginal groups and in that regard, cannot be reconciled with Canadian law, as it exists,” said Canada’s official statement. “Agreeing…would commit Canada to work to integrate (free, prior and informed consent) in its processes with respect to implementing legislative or administrative measures affecting Aboriginal peoples. This would run counter to Canada’s constitution, and if implemented, would risk fettering Parliamentary supremacy.”The statement also reiterated Canada’s position that the UN declaration on Indigenous rights was merely an “aspiration document” that had no force in Canada.“The government’s vision is a future in which Aboriginal families and communities are healthy, safe, self-sufficient and prosperous within a Canada where people make their own decisions, manage their own affairs, and make strong contributions to the country as a whole,” said Canada’s official statement.The AFN issued a statement blasting Canada for its position for watered down and limited Indigenous rights.“It is deeply concerning…that Canada continues to embarrass itself and isolate itself on the world stage,” said interim AFN National Chief Ghislain Picard. “These actions are not consistent with our much-needed work towards reconciliation between First Nations and the Crown.”Picard said during a press conference Wednesday First Nations also do not equate free prior and informed consent with a veto.The AFN obtained the statement from the Canadian delegation at the conference and then posted on its website.The AFN said it posted the statement for the historical record.“The AFN takes the position that this is important information that is on the record and should be shared with First Nations and others,” said an AFN spokesperson.A Foreign Affairs spokesperson directed APTN National News to the location of the posted [email protected]@JorgeBarreralast_img read more

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