Jennings is one of two former Panthers in Brad Arthur’s starting 17 with Suiaia Matagi set to line-up against his former club, while Eels forwards Siosaia Vave and Tepai Moeroa came through the Penrith junior system before moving on.”I was there when [Matt] Moylan and other guys like Dallin [Watene-Zelezniak] and Bryce [Cartwright] were coming through, they were young pups then so to see them shine and drive the Penrith team now is good,” Jennings said.The NSW State of Origin centre’s combination with flying winger Semi Radradra looked to click into gear against the Wests Tigers on Easter Monday, however there is still room for improvement with a number of opportunities going begging.”I think I’ve bombed two tries trying to give it to Semi, it just comes down to overthinking things but that’s my job to execute plays and I couldn’t do that on those occasions,” Jennings said.”It’s been a slow start [for me] and I’m getting a feel for the game. My involvement was something I wanted to work on, and getting some quality ball helped that.”I’m still learning… the day where I’m not is the day I’ll retire. For me it’s a challenge and to have Semi there I have to give him the ball.”Eels teammate Moeroa insists the Eels should be well aware of the Panthers’ mentality, staring down the barrel of four-straight losses – a position his side were in only a week ago.”They’ll throw everything they have at us, teams get desperate when you lose three in a row, they throw the ball around more so we will expect nothing less,” Moeroa said.”We played them in the trials and it was a real bash-up between both teams so it will be no different.”The rivalry is always good and it’s great for the fans to come out.”The Panthers have been boosted by the return of Bryce Cartwright from an ankle injury, but have lost Kiwi international James Fisher-Harris (shoulder) for the clash. And while it won’t be the first time Eels centre Michael Jennings lines up against his former club, the 29-year-old is yet to beat them in Parramatta colours and is keen to change that when the two sides clash on Saturday afternoon in the ‘Battle of the West’.The Panthers have never made the Telstra Premiership finals from a position of two wins and five losses, but the St Mary’s junior knows all too well that form goes out the window for the local derby at ANZ Stadium.”They’re still my old club and I have a soft spot for them but I’m a Parramatta boy now,” Jennings said of the Panthers.”[Penrith] understand the situation that they’re in so that makes it harder for us boys knowing that they’re going to have to win [to make the finals].”One more loss is really going to hurt them in terms of making the top eight.”
He had long since Bayern It wasn’t as scary as now. If you already sowed worry in London during the group stage when you put 10 goals in two games at Tottenham of Pochettino, the Bavarian ensemble, which has improved ostensibly since then in the Bundesliga, arrives wanting to raze Stamford Bridge in the knockout stages of the Champions League (follow the game live on As.com). In front you will have a Chelsea what, intermittent In England, he got almost chiripa in the next phase and has not shown the good feelings he left at the beginning of the course for three months. If he Chelsea Want to have any chance of passing the tie, you should start, without any doubt, by maintain physical commitment and defensive that showed in the derby on Saturday, where the pressure suffocated his rival and earned him all three points. Without giving up the team of Lampard, that the other day he played a great game against the spurs of Mourinho, the tie does not paint, As minimum, easy for them. The blues are getting keep the fourth place in Premier thanks to the mattress they accumulated during the first round, but the United, the Sheffield and even the Tottenham threaten and its position On the contrary, the Bayern He has regained the leadership of the Bundesliga and has not lost a single game since the beginning of December.Although in London cling to Giroud as if it were the Cid champion, the truth is that the French, what aim holderHe scored his first goal of the season this weekend. On the other end are Lewandowski and his eleven goals and two assists in the last ten games and Gnabry, disgusted by him Arsenal but in a run that has earned him three goals and two assists in the last two games.
The team arrived at the Champions League meeting against Naples with the spirits recovered in some way after having taken the leadership in Real Madrid from LaLiga. Nevertheless, the match at the San Paolo stadium was a nightmare for the Blaugrana, especially in a first part where they were unable to chain a play that would end the ball between the three suits. No shot at the door in 45 minutes and with the aggravating that the rival had put it at the first opportunity he had. At rest, the faces of the players were a poem. The frustration and confusion over the bad game of the team were evident. Setién, accompanied by his second, Eder Sarabia, tried to lift his spirits a little, ensuring that the team was doing many things well and that there was only a little more arrival in the area. Nevertheless, the coach’s arguments were not enough for some players, who gathered in a separate huddle to finish managing this situation and try to remedy it. And in the Champions League, the details take you to the slaughterhouse and more than one had the shadow of Rome and Liverpool still very close.There is no doubt that the team improved the image in the second part, although it was not an offensive barrage, at least he was more convinced of his options in attack, product of which came the goal of Antoine Griezmann, after a great combination between Sergio Busquets and Nelson Semedo.At the end of the game, the sensations were still contradictory in the Blaugrana expedition. Partially satisfied because the result was not bad (1-1), but resigned because the team is reaching the limit of its possibilities and the journey begins to be shorter every day. The arrival of Quique Setién in Barcelona looked like he was going to print a new impulse to the libretto already recognized and recognizable by Ernesto Valverde. However, after promising first beginnings, the Setién effect is deflating alarmingly. Neither does the disastrous sports planning that has been unable to reinforce a team that has seen three players in the winter market – Carlos Aleñá, Moussa Wagué and Jean Claire Todibo – and another one, Luis Suárez, were injured. long range. Four casualties of one stroke and not one incorporation is simply an unforgivable lack of foresight.
“Come out and run with me; discover my parish and support a worthy cause.”That’s the message from superstar sprinter Usain Bolt, as the ‘I’s are dotted and the ‘t’s crossed, ahead of the inaugural Jamaica National Building Society (JN) Foundation Heroes in Action 5k Run/Walk, set for Sunday, October 18.Geared towards raising support for the Granville Place of Safety for Girls, the course will take participants through one of the island’s most picturesque corridors – where Georgian artistry meets Caribbean charm, a point that Alfred Francis from race organisers Running Events was quick to underline.However, the opportunity to rub shoulders with one of the most recognisable faces in international sports, Usain Bolt, who was born and raised not too far away in Sherwood Content, will no doubt be a big draw for the road-running community, as well as the casual participant.Bolt told The Sunday Gleaner yesterday that he is looking forward to taking part in the event and encouraged everyone to join him.”I’ll be there, and I can say that I’m really looking forward to this event. I can’t promise that I will do all 5K, but I am ready for any challenge. I do not intend to lose another race before I retire,” he laughed in reference to last week’s ‘made-for-TV’ race with eight-year-old viral video fitness enthusiast DemarJay Smith on the popular Ellen Degeneres Show.”This event is in aid of a worthy cause, one that the Usain Bolt Foundation is honoured to lend its support to,” added the 17-time Olympic and World Champion sprinter.Saffrey Brown, JN Foundation general manager, reiterated the importance of the event and what it means to the future of its charity, the Granville Place of Safety for Girls.”There have been a lot of issues recently about protection for young people, and we really wanted to look at how we could help them get a better sort of start and increase their chances for positive outcome,” Brown said.Use of proceedsShe underlined that proceeds from the run/walk will be used to build a classroom, media library and sewing room for the facility, which caters to at-risk under-aged females.Speaking to the route itself, Francis said that the reception has been positive, while promising an enriching experience for all participants.”I see a lot of emails floating around from running groups planning to take a ride out of town and participate. Of course, we have a concentration of road races in Kingston, but it’s a holiday weekend. A lot of persons want to go out of town, go on the North Coast, and so we are providing something for their palette,” Francis said. “There is no race in Falmouth, so for the people in the town, the schools in and around the area, in Montego Bay, Ocho Rios and so on, we also want them to come out and share.”
SWANSEA (4-2-3-1)FABIANSKI,NAUGHTON, BARTLEY, WILLIAMS, TAYLOR,KI, SHELVEY,ROUTLEDGE, SIGURDSSON, AYEW,EDERLEICESTER (4-4-1-1)VARDY, OKAZAKI,MAHREZ, DRINKWATER, KANTE, ALBRIGHTON,FUCHS, HUTH,MORGAN, SIMPSON,SCHMEICHELJamie Vardy wrote his name into Barclays Premier League history by scoring for the 11th successive game for Leicester City against Manchester United last Saturday, overtaking Ruud van Nistelrooy.And if the England front-man scores again, in Wales, he will pull level with all-time record holder Jimmy Dunne, an Irishman who scored 18 goals in 12 successive First Division games for Sheffield United during the 1931-32 campaign.It is a remarkable run and one that has enabled Leicester to stay level on points with Premier League leaders Manchester City.Leicester would now be top but for the 1-1 draw with United, but the point extended their unbeaten league run to seven games while the Foxes remain the only team in the division yet to lose away from home.They have won four and drawn three away from home. Their 15 away points is the joint best in the Premier League, with Arsenal also boasting 15 points on their travels. Leicester also have 15 away goals (only Arsenal have more with 16).Swansea, meanwhile, are now 15th in the Premier League following their 1-0 defeat at Liverpool, their third loss in four games.Swansea, though, should be confident, having won their last three home league games against Leicester.
“The question they’ve got to ask themselves is, are you more interested in a political spectacle than getting the truth?” Snow said of the overture Tuesday that was relayed to Capitol Hill by White House counsel Fred Fielding. “There must be accountability,” countered subcommittee Chairwoman Linda Sanchez, D-Calif. The Senate Judiciary Committee scheduled a vote Thursday on its own set of subpoenas, with Democrats complaining that the threat of force is the only way to get a straight answer from the White House. “The White House is in a bunker mentality – won’t listen, won’t change,” said Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif. “I believe there is even more to come out, and I think it’s our duty to bring it out.” WASHINGTON – A House panel approved today subpoenas for President Bush’s political adviser, Karl Rove and other top White House aides, setting up a constitutional showdown over the firings of eight federal prosecutors. By voice vote, the House Judiciary subcommittee on commercial and administrative law decided to compel the president’s top aides to testify publicly and under oath about their roles in the firings. The White House has refused to budge in the controversy, standing by embattled Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and insisting that the firings were appropriate. White House spokesman Tony Snow said that in offering aides to talk to the committees privately, Bush had sought to avoid the “media spectacle” that would result from public hearings with Rove and others at the witness table. The House subcommittee Wednesday approved, but has not issued, subpoenas for Rove, former White House Counsel Harriet Miers, their deputies and Kyle Sampson, Gonzales’ chief of staff, who resigned over the uproar last week. The panel also voted to compel the production of documents related to the firings from those officials and Gonzales, Fielding and White House chief of staff Joshua Bolton. Fielding a day earlier refused to provide Congress internal White House communications on the subject. The full Judiciary Committee would authorize the subpoenas if Chairman John Conyers of Michigan chose to do so. Authorizing the subpoenas “does provide this body the leverage needed to negotiate from a position of strength,” said Rep. William Delahunt, D-Mass. Republicans called the authorization premature, though some GOP members said they would consider voting to approve the subpoenas if Conyers promises to issue them only if he has evidence of wrongdoing. Conyers agreed. “This (authority) will not be used in a way that will make you regret your vote.” Several Republicans said, “No” during the voice vote, but no roll call was taken. For his part, Bush remained resolute. Would he fight Democrats in court to protect his aides against congressional subpoenas? “Absolutely,” Bush declared. Bush said Tuesday he worried that allowing testimony under oath would set a precedent on the separation of powers that would harm the presidency as an institution. If neither side blinks, the dispute could end up in court – ultimately the Supreme Court – in a politically messy development that would prolong what Bush called the “public spectacle” of the Justice Department’s firings, and public trashings, of the eight U.S. attorneys. Bush defended Gonzales against demands from congressional Democrats and a handful of Republicans that Gonzales resign. “He’s got support with me,” Bush said. “I support the attorney general.” Democrats say the prosecutors’ dismissals were politically motivated. Gonzales initially had asserted the firings were performance-related, not based on political considerations. But e-mails released earlier this month between the Justice Department and the White House contradicted that assertion and led to a public apology from Gonzales over the handling of the matter. The e-mails showed that Rove, as early as Jan. 6, 2005, questioned whether the U.S. attorneys should all be replaced at the start of Bush’s second term, and to some degree worked with Miers and Sampson to get some prosecutors dismissed.
Fifa said the FA’s fine was for “breaching media and marketing regulations and the Fifa equipment regulations”.The fine followed England’s quarter-final win over Sweden.Fifa said several England players “continued to display unauthorised commercial branding on playing equipment items before and during the quarter-final match between Sweden and England”.The Swedish FA has also been punished with the same fine for a similar sock offence earlier in the tournament.That makes it the joint second highest fine at the World Cup behind Argentina’s Sh10mn (£80,000) punishment after their fans threw objects and chanted homophobic abuse.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Eric Dier was one of three England players to wear the socks, which have white dots around the ankles. Photo/BBCLONDON, United Kingdom, July 12 – The FA has been fined Sh6mn (£50,000) after Dele Alli, Eric Dier and Raheem Sterling wore “unauthorised” socks at the World Cup.The players wore branded ankle support socks over official Nike socks, ignoring a Fifa warning to stop.
TOKYO – Sony is dropping its money-losing rear-projection TV business worldwide to focus on two flat-panel technologies – liquid crystal display and organic light-emitting diode, the company said Thursday. Sales of rear-projection TVs had been declining recently as LCD TVs gain in popularity and get bigger, Sony Corp. spokesman Shinji Obana said. In October, Sony lowered its global sales forecast for rear-projection TVs – which uses a projector to create images on large screens – to 400,000 from 700,000, which is down from 1.1 million the previous fiscal year. By contrast, Sony expects to sell 10 million LCD TVs this fiscal year through March, up from 6.3 million the previous year. Sony sells 85 percent of its rear-projection TVs in the U.S., and about 10 percent in Europe, Obana said. Production at the three plants that make the rear-projection TVs in Japan, Mexico and Malaysia, will be halted, he said. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan ClarksonThe decision to abandon rear-projection TVs underlines Sony’s strategy of focusing on LCDs and OLEDs at a time when competition is heating up in flat TVs. In the fiscal half-year through September, Sony lost 60 billion yen ($526.3 million) in its TV operations, partly because of losses tied to rear-projection TVs. Diving prices of LCD TVs also contributed to the red ink, Obana said.
Three medical students / summer research fellows linked to Letterkenny General Hospital, the Donegal Clinical Research Academy and University Hospital Galway who identified new potential techniques to reduce the volume of breast removed during conservative breast cancer surgery, from left: David Sciascia, Dearbhla Hillick and Eoghan Shanley with Alison Johnston, Clinical Research Nurse (standing).Three medical students linked to Letterkenny General Hospital, the Donegal Clinical Research Academy and University Hospital Galway have undertaken work to identify new potential techniques to reduce the volume of breast removed during conservative breast cancer surgery.The three sumer research fellows – Dearbhla Hillick, Eoghan Shanley and David Sciascia – have been funded through public donations from members of the public in the North West.The students are working under the supervision of Ms Alison Johnston, Clinical Research Nurse and Mr Michael Sugrue, Lead Clinician and Consultant Breast Surgeon at LGH. They students have identified new techniques of breast volume measurement leading to patent filing and acceptance of their work at the American Society of Clinical Oncology Meeting in San Francisco.Mr Sugrue commented, “Letterkenny Hospital has a low re-excision rate following breast conservative surgery in line with international best practice and this is monitored regularly. The findings of the students’ research are significant and I’m very happy with the progress the research programme is making”.This is the third consecutive year that the Letterkenny Hospital Breast Unit has undertaken a research fellowship programme for the summer, with a small stipend for the research fellows funded through generous donations from the community.Letterkenny Hospital is a satellite to the designated cancer centre in Galway and is making a significant contribution to advancing clinical breast research in Ireland. Mr Michael Sugrue and the team, with Dr Duffy, Consultant Oncologist; Dr McGowan, Consultant Radiologist; Dr O’Dowd, Consultant Pathologist; Dr Salib, Consultant Radiation/Oncology and Geraldine MacGregor, Breast Nurse Specialist, have established one of the first courses in the world for teaching multi disciplinary breast cancer care to health professionals.This exciting one-day programme is being organised by the Donegal Clinical Research Academy and will take place on Friday 15 August.Three international guest speakers will attend including Dr Sandra Brennan from Sloan-Kettering in the United States, Petrousjka van den Tol from the Netherlands and Professor Koji Yamashita from Japan. LETTERKENNY HOSPITAL STUDENTS LEADING THE WAY IN BREAST CANCER SURGERY RESEARCH was last modified: August 14th, 2014 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) Tags:breast surgerycancerdonegalLetterkenny General Hospital