“It was a frustrating game for us.” University of the West Indies FC’s (UWI) assistant coach Andrew Peart cut a frustrated figure after the league leaders were held at home against 10-man cellar dwellers Harbour View in top-flight action yesterday. Harbour View halted red-hot UWI FC’s winning streak with the teams battling to a 1-1 draw in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) at The UWI Bowl in Mona yesterday. The visitors took an early lead when Ranique Muir slotted past the advancing UWI goalkeeper Amal Knight in the fifth minute. However, that strike was cancelled out by Deno Schaffe in the 50th minute. A corner kick taken by UWI’s captain Rochane Smith was headed by Schaffe past Harbour View’s custodian Joel Johnson. Harbour View were later reduced to ten players when Nicholas Beckett was shown a red card by FIFA referee Odette Hamilton for a dangerous challenge on UWI’s Kemar Flemmings in the 47th minute. Both teams had their share of possession and both enjoyed periods of dominance. Harbour View looked better in the first half and were rewarded with the early strike, while UWI took control in the second half, an effort which led to their equalising goal. “It was a frustrating game for us. We started slow and went behind. Then in the second half, we played better. However, we did not show enough aggression after Harbour View went down to ten players,” Peart told The Gleaner. Coach of Harbour View Ludlow Bernard credited his team for a fighting game after the red card. “It was a battling performance from the team. We deserved to win as we got the better chances. I believe that with the extra player on the pitch, we could have done better,” Bernard claimed. Despite the draw, UWI continue to lead on 20 points in the 12-team table, while Harbour View remained in 11th position on six points. Yesterday’s results Jamalco 1 Humble Lion 2 Portmore United 1 Montego Bay United 0 Maverley-Hughenden 2 Arnett Gardens 2 Tivoli Gardens 3 FC Reno 0 UWI 1 Harbour View 1 Waterhouse 3 Boys’ Town 1
MOST READ Dave Chappelle donates P1 million to Taal relief operations In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ China population now over 1.4 billion as birthrate falls Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Weinstein rape trial Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Winfrey details her decision to withdraw from Simmons film FILE – In this April 9, 2014, file photo, Basketball Hall of Famer Bill Russell takes part in the “Sports and Race: Leveling the Playing Field” panel during the Civil Rights Summit in Austin, Texas. Russell has been released from a Seattle hospital after an overnight stay for an unknown condition. Russell confirmed on Twitter Saturday, May 19, 2018, that he went to the hospital late Friday but does not say why. (AP Photo/Jack Plunkett, File)SEATTLE — Basketball Hall of Famer Bill Russell was released from a Seattle hospital Saturday after an overnight stay for an unknown condition.Russell confirmed on Twitter that he went to the hospital late Friday. He didn’t say why.ADVERTISEMENT Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Russell said in the light-hearted message, “As my wife likes to remind me, I don’t drink enough.”He thanked fans for their concern and appeared to dismiss reports that the hospital visit was due to heart troubles.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownRussell said in the message that his friends “know I don’t have a heart to give me trouble.”The hospitalization was initially reported by TMZ, which said it was for dehydration. 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 View comments Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Nadal beats Djokovic and will face Zverev for Rome title LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. The 84-year-old basketball great was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1975. He was an 11-time NBA champion with the Boston Celtics and won five NBA MVP awards.Celtics coach Brad Stevens was relieved to hear that Russell was OK.“Yeah, that was obviously scary news and happy to hear that he’s doing better and he’s been released from the hospital,” Stevens said in Cleveland before Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals. “He’s the ultimate basketball winner. The way he impacted winning, the unselfishness of a teammate, what he stood for off the floor — everything about him. It’s an honor to get a chance to work for the Celtics. Those teams and those people from those teams — and obviously Bill Russell being one of those main people in Celtics history — are why it’s an honor to work for them, because of the bar they set for all of us.”ADVERTISEMENT
A 29-year-old mechanic found himself before City Magistrate Judy Latchman on Wednesday morning at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts, charged for fraud.Anil Sookram denied that on June 15, 2017, in Georgetown, while being entrusted with the sum of $1.2 million by Kerwin Mars to purchase spare parts to repair his minibus, BVV 784, he converted the cash to his own use and benefit.Anil SookramReports are that the virtual complainant’s motor vehicle was involved in an accident, and his insurance company referred him to the defendant to effect the repairs on the bus.An estimate prepared by Sookram indicated that a total sum of $1.6 million would be required to complete repairs on the said vehicle.On June 15, Mars handed over the $1.2 million for works on the vehicle to commence. The works were to be completed in 30 days, but the defendant failed to honour the contract; and when a check was made, no work had been done on the vehicle.This prompted the insurance company to confiscate the vehicle, and Sookram was later arrested and charged after he failed to return the cash which he had been given.He was placed on $200,000 for the offence, and is expected to return to court on September 26.
BC Hydro is reporting 4 large power outages in the Charlie Lake area.The first is affecting 119 customers North of the Alaska Highway, East of Lakeshore Drive and west of the 271 road. Hydro says the outage was caused by the wind storm that blew through the area and they hope to have power restored by 2am.The second is affecting 275 customers west of the Golf Course Road. The outages is expected to be restored by 2am, with the cause being the same wind storm.Advertisement – Advertisement -The third is affecting 560 customers West of Foster Road 250 and South of RD 256. At this time expect to have power back on by 2am. The cause is also the wind storm.The other outage is South-East-West of the Alaska Highway and North of the Red CR Road 658 and this outage has effected 360 customers. The cause is a wire down and they hope to have power restored by 4:30am.We will have more information as it becomes available.
**Update – For more on this story, click here The decision to pursue Site C comes at a time when BC Hydro forecasts that B.C.’s electricity needs will grow by 20 to 40 per cent over the next 20 years. The Province and BC Hydro are planning now so that British Columbians will continue to enjoy the benefits of clean, reliable and affordable electricity in the future.“Based on our work, we believe it is in the best long-term interests of our customers to move forward on Site C,” said Dan Doyle, chair of BC Hydro. “Site C will provide clean, reliable and low-cost power in British Columbia for generations to come.”Construction of Site C will be subject to required regulatory approvals, and ensuring that the Crown’s constitutional duties to First Nations are met.Site C will now advance to the regulatory review phase, which will include an independent environmental assessment. The regulatory review phase is expected to take about two years, and it is anticipated that Site C will be available for domestic electricity need by 2020.The regulatory review for Site C will involve consultation processes, including opportunities for input and participation by the public, First Nations, stakeholders, communities and customers.Advertisement HUDSON’S HOPE – The B.C. government announced today that it will move forward with the Site C Clean Energy Project (Site C). The Site C project will be the third dam on the Peace River in northeast B.C., and will be a source of clean and renewable energy for over 100 years, producing enough electricity to power approximately 410,000 homes per year.“Hydroelectric power helped develop our province and Site C will build on B.C.’s heritage of clean, renewable and affordable, power,” said Premier Gordon Campbell. “Site C will be a publicly owned heritage asset and will ensure that British Columbia has reliable sources of clean electricity, while contributing to our goal of electricity self-sufficiency.”The government’s decision to advance Site C is based on the project’s benefits to British Columbians. These include:Site C will help meet B.C.’s future electricity needs by providing 900 megawatts of capacity and 4,600 gigawatt hours of electricity each year.Site C will produce among the lowest greenhouse gas emissions per gigawatt-hour, when compared with other forms of electricity generation. This will help B.C. further displace fossil fuel-generated electricity with clean energy.As the third project on one river system, Site C will generate 30 per cent of the electricity produced at the W.A.C. Bennett Dam with only five per cent of the reservoir area.Site C will contribute to the local and provincial economy by creating an estimated 7,650 direct construction jobs through the construction period, and up to 35,000 direct and indirect jobs through all stages of the project.As a source of firm energy, Site C will facilitate the development of clean energy projects by providing additional capacity to back up intermittent resources, such as wind, run-of-river hydro and solar.“The Province and BC Hydro are committed to providing lasting economic and social benefits for northern communities, First Nations and all of British Columbia,” said Blair Lekstrom, Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources. “Site C will also energize our potential as a clean energy powerhouse, encouraging new investment, industry and jobs.”Advertisement In addition, as part of the environmental assessment process, the project will consider potential environmental and socio-economic effects, impacts to land and water, and options for regional benefits, such as infrastructure and supporting recreational opportunities. Where impacts cannot be avoided, BC Hydro will identify and evaluate potential options for mitigation.The Site C Clean Energy Project has been evaluated using best practices in project planning and development. This includes a five-stage process that provides multiple milestones for assessing the project and deciding whether to proceed to the next stage.The provincial government decision to advance Site C to the third stage of project planning and development, including an environmental review, is based on two years of work by BC Hydro that included comprehensive consultations, as well as environmental and engineering studies.The BC Hydro report, ‘Stage 2 Report: Consultation and Technical Review’, along with 35 appended studies and reports, is available at: www.bchydro.com/sitec.For many years, nine other sites have been available for consideration of large scale hydro-electric storage dam projects, including two on the Peace River system. Although these sites have never been part of BC Hydro’s plan, they have remained legal options for consideration. The new Clean Energy Act will change this. It will enshrine in law B.C.’s historic Two Rivers Policy by prohibiting future development of large scale hydro-electric storage dam projects on all river systems in British Columbia, such as the Liard River system. It will also preclude further dams on the Peace River system other than Site C.Advertisement Premier Gordon Campbell has given Site C the go ahead.- Advertisement -At a press conference in Hudson’s Hope, the Premier announced the project is expected to create 35,000 jobs and will come into service in 2020.We will have more on this shortlyBelow is the press release from the ProvincePROVINCE ANNOUNCES SITE C CLEAN ENERGY PROJECTProject to create 35,000 jobs, lasting benefitsAdvertisement
1 Danny Welbeck has joined Arsenal Danny Welbeck showed he is far from a busted flush on Monday night, as the striker put in an energetic display and scored twice as England kicked off their Euro 2016 qualification with victory over Switzerland. But with attentions returning to club football the question over whether he can do it for new club Arsenal arises.Over the past year the hitman has found himself used as a filler around other strikers at Manchester United, but with a switch to Arsenal comes a new opportunity for the 23-year-old to prove his worth.Back in 1999, Arsene Wenger took out-of-sorts winger Thierry Henry and turned him into a world-class striker, but will he do the same with Welbeck? We asked talkSPORT listeners and here’s what they said…Arsenal fans, will Wenger work wonders with Welbeck or will he be a costly flop? Comment below…
Just as Chelsea signed Juan Cuadrado during the January transfer window, the Blues’ other winger, Christian Atsu, reminded manager Jose Mourinho what he was capable of.Atsu was playing for Ghana against Guinea in the Africa Cup of Nations and scored twice in a 3-0 win, one of which was a wonderful finish.The 23-year-old signed from Porto in 2013 and was loaned to Everton at the start of the season, but has played just three Premier League games for the Toffees.There are rumours Mourinho will cut short his Goodison Park career and send him elsewhere for regular first team football, though Roberto Martinez claimed last month he was eager to keep Atsu.
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11 Centre back: Laurent Koscielny Goalkeeper: Petr Cech – click the right arrow to see the predicted Arsenal line up 11 Right forward: Mesut Ozil Centre back: Rob Holding 11 Right wing back: Hector Bellerin Centre back: Shkodran Mustafi Centre midfield: Granit Xhaka 11 Left wing back: Sead Kolasinac (already signed from Schalke) 11 11 Centre midfield: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 11 11 Centre forward: Alexandre Lacazette (from Lyon) The Premier League fixtures have been released and Arsenal now know who they will be starting the 2017/18 season against.Leicester travel to the Emirates Stadium hoping to defeat Arsene Wenger’s side – who don’t have a great opening day record in recent years.The Gunners have won just matchday one fixture since beating Everton 6-1 in 2009, overcoming Crystal Palace 2-1 in 2014, and have been defeated at home in each of the last two seasons to West Ham and Liverpool respectively.SEE ALSO: Revealed – Arsenal’s full 2016/17 Premier League fixture listHowever, if some of Arsenal’s reported transfer moves come off this summer, they will give themselves a great chance of beating the Foxes when the new campaign starts.Wenger has already moved to strengthen his squad, bringing in Schalke left-back Sead Kolasinac, and he is keen to improve his midfield and attack in the hope of guiding the Gunners back into the Premier League top four.So, just how could Arsenal line up on the opening matchday of the season against Leicester? Click the right arrow, above, to see the predicted Gunners XI in the 3-4-3 system utilised with success at the end of last term… Left forward: Thomas Lemar (from Monaco) 11 11 11