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first_imgPolice officers, firefighters, and paramedics descended on a Jewish centre in Oxford earlier today, following reports of a “shocking and deeply distressing” anti-semitic attack.Initial reports suggested that police had discovered a suspicious substance outside Chabad Student Centre on Cowley Road.However, it is now understood that the offenders threw “talcum powder” at the centre, with one woman at the scene telling the Oxford Mail that an offensive note was also left by the offenders.Oxford West and Abingdon MP, Layla Moran, said in a statement: “It is shocking and deeply distressing to hear reports of an attack on the Oxford Jewish Centre. I wholly condemn this attack – we cannot tolerate anti-Semitism of any kind in Oxford.”last_img

Bobby Joe Campbell

September 24, 2020 | xppcyhzz | No Comments

first_imgBobby Joe Campbell, 77, of Dillsboro, Indiana, passed away Thursday, November 16, 2017 in Milan, Indiana.He was born May 4, 1940 in Pineville, KY, son of the late Earl and Viola Campbell.He served his country as a member of the United States Navy.Bobby Joe worked as a Field Service Technician for General Electric, retiring after over 32 years of service. He enjoyed his retirementSurviving are daughters, Rachel (Rob) Thies of Guilford, IN, Rochelle (Lester) Sandlin of North Vernon, IN; grandchildren, Dustin (Brooke) Thies of Lawrenceburg, IN, Joel Sandlin, Kalena Sandlin and Leslie Smith, great grandson, Koel Sandlin; close family friend Charles Locke.He was preceded in death by his parents and his loving wife of 48 years, Beverly C. Campbell.Friends will be received Wednesday, November 22, 2017, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm at the St. John Lutheran Church of Bellaire, 4937 State Road #48, Lawrenceburg, Indiana.Services will be held at the Church at 1:00 pm with Pastor Matthew Voyer officiating.Interment will follow in the St. John’s Lutheran Cemetery, Lawrenceburg, Indiana.Contributions may be made to the Dillsboro Life Squad or St. John Lutheran Church. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.comlast_img read more

first_imgThe defending champions went down 1-21 to 0-21 to Drom’n’Inch in a thrilling quarter-final in Holycross.Drom join Holycross-Ballycahill, Loughmore-Castleiney and Moycarkey-Borris in the last four of the competition.Mid PRO Trevor Hassset says there was a very exciting conclusion to yesterday’s match.last_img

first_imgJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra MOST READ “It was a good game, pretty intense. This was my first 3×3 game,” Anderson said. “The team is okay, we just fell short in the last game but it was a learning experience.”Anderson also plays for the Shoemasters in the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League.Anderson said that he is honored to get the chance to play at an elite level in the Chooks to Go 3×3 tournament, which is geared toward helping the country make it to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.“It’s privilege for me to get to play with the best players in the Philippines. Just to be able to compete, it’s just a good feeling and such a big fullfilment for me,” he said.ADVERTISEMENT Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Even with ONE bantamweight belt in his arms, Kevin Belingon remains hungry as ever 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 The actor made a good account of himself in his first 3×3 match, which is far different from the usual 5 on 5 game. He had 11 points in the victory, scoring his team’s last seven points to the delight of the sizeable crowd.The team that Anderson and the Shoemasters beat went on to rule the third stop of the tournament.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets‍‍‍ offers from Asia, Australian ball clubs Gerald Anderson plays for Marikina in the Fiba 3×3 tournament. CONTRIBUTED PHOTOMANILA, Philippines—Gerald Anderson finally made his debut in the Chooks to Go Pilipinas 3×3 on Friday and he showed why he was worth the wait.Anderson was impressive in his first game with Marikina, leading the Shoemasters to a 17-14 upset of league-leading 1Bataan Risers in the group stages of the third leg at SM Fairview Events Center.ADVERTISEMENT Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil LATEST STORIEScenter_img Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history View comments Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Rogue cops marked as Gamboa’s targets in his appointment as PNP chief Eugenie Bouchard’s bid for Australian Open spot ends in qualifying Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Take a l👀k at Gerald Anderson’s impressive #ChooksPilipinas3x3 debut for the Marikina Shoemasters 👟#Chooks3x3onESPN5 pic.twitter.com/PMKjotBvbE— ESPN5 (@Sports5PH) March 1, 2019 Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. last_img read more

Man City break Sh66 billion income barrier

January 6, 2020 | shgcmyqk | No Comments

first_img0Shares0000Manchester City chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak has overseen a transformation in the club’s fortunes on and off the field © AFP / Glyn KIRKLONDON, United Kingdom, Sep 13 – English champions Manchester City posted record revenues of Sh66 billion (£500.5 million) in a record-breaking 2017/18 campaign on the pitch as Pep Guardiola’s men romped to the Premier League title amassing 100 points.City reported profits of £10.4million, a fourth consecutive year of profitability, with wages to revenue ratio falling to 52 percent. “Our journey is not complete and we have more targets to fulfil,” said chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak, who recently celebrated a decade since an Abu Dhabi-backed takeover of the club transformed City’s fortunes.“There should be no doubt that we are looking forward to the challenges of the new season and those beyond it with equal commitment and determination to the 10 seasons that came before.”Before Sheikh Mansour’s takeover, City’s revenue was a mere £87 million for the 2007/08 season.Huge losses of over £584 million followed during the first six years of their ownership due to massive investment in the playing squad and facilities, including the £200 million Etihad Campus training ground.However, surging television revenues, commercial sponsors and regular Champions League football mean that City now trail only local rivals Manchester United and European powerhouses Barcelona, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich for income, according to football finance specialists Deloitte.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Jordan is now looking for Moore wins

December 29, 2019 | pelzfibj | No Comments

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa Anita “I’m going to Cal next year and they’ve already retired Jason Kidd’s No. 5 jersey,” Christopher said. “So I had to pick another one. Hopefully one day, they’ll retire that one as well.” Artesia has a full schedule this week. The top-ranked team in CIF Southern Section Division III-AA hosts Cerritos on Wednesday, plays at Mayfair on Friday and then comes back the next night on Saturday to host Taft. “This is a big week for us, the biggest we’ve had since the preseason,” Pioneers coach Scott Pera said. “And Friday’s game at Mayfair is huge. “They’re beating teams by a lot of points just like we are and even though they have a young team, they’re playing well. It’s going to be quite a challenge for us and it’s a great rivalry.” Jordan has another big game at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday when it hosts Compton. Last year at Mayfair, Patrick Christopher wore No. 5 but after transferring to Dominguez this season, he’s now wearing No. 23, and the reason is simple. Even though the Jordan High boys basketball team defeated Poly, 66-44, last week to take over sole possession of first place in the Moore League, Panthers coach Ron Massey took the win in stride. “It was a big win but not because it was Poly,” Massey said. “After coaching 25 years, you don’t have any arch-rivals anymore. I’ve coached so many times against all these teams, I’ve lost count. But I do know everybody still wants to beat Massey.” center_img Friday’s game at Mayfair begins at 6:30 p.m. Valley Christian doesn’t play until it travels to Village Christian on Friday and with a day off because of Monday’s holiday, the Crusaders should know by now what they’re in store for all week long. “Practice,” Valley Christian coach Dan Leffler said. “We’ll be practicing a lot, three straight days. Anytime we can get on the court is beneficial.” After Gahr lost to Dominguez last week 93-75, it only restored Gladiators coach Bob Becker’s belief in just how tough the San Gabriel Valley League really is. “Every game in the SGVL is big because all of the teams are so good,” Becker said. “In this league, you either come ready or you get hammered. If you don’t play for a full 32 minutes, you will get beat, it’s as simple as that. “But I like the fact we play Dominguez and Lynwood twice a year in league. We aren’t going to play anybody tougher all year, not even in the playoffs, so we’ll be prepared.” — Ben Villa Girls basketball Other than the playoffs, girls basketball doesn’t get any better than this week. In the Moore League, Poly (12-3, 3-0) and Wilson (12-6, 3-0) bump heads on Wednesday to decide the frontrunner for the league crown. Jasmine Dixon, Candice Nichols, Jameia McDuffie and April Cook lead the Jackrabbits against Tenaya Watson, Leandra Sands, Amber Harden and the Bruins. Watson, a 5-foot-9 post player, is really a No. 2 guard who simply outleaps girls who are four or five inches taller than she is and drives the ball up the gut of defenses on the break for acrobatic layups. Sands and Harden can also finish strong at the basket and hit 3-pointers and running floaters in the paint. But this triple threat faces a Jackrabbit team that’s just as athletic, intense and fast. And the talent level hardly drops when Poly coach Carl Buggs goes to his second unit. The scary thing about Poly is that some of its best players won’t see any action. All-American candidate Taja Edwards has been practicing, but she has yet to hit the floor after tearing her ACL in the summer. Brittany Brumfield, an NCAA Division I prospect, is still hampered by a kneecap she broke in practice before the season started. Freshman Kelli Thompson, who can light it up from 3-point range and who is a strong post player, is doubtful because of an eye infection. And Zajve Woods tore an ACL at a holiday tournament in Wyoming. “It’s going to be a real test for our depth,” Buggs said about this week when the team also faces Millikan and Lynwood. Samantha Marez, Marlene Oeurn, Christina Reeder, Trevonna Cannon and the rest of the Millikan Rams (12-6, 2-1) will try to bounce back from a big loss to Wilson last Tuesday. The Rams face Lakewood (12-6, 2-2) on Wednesday before their big showdown with Poly. Lakewood won’t be a pushover for Millikan. Shawne Raiford, Tonisha Phelps, Tammyka Moser and the rest of the Lancers play well as an unit. If the Rams don’t feed the ball into Marez the entire game and can’t get anyone else to provide perimeter shooting other than Oeurn, the Lancers could send their taller and more athletic rivals into fourth place. “We are going to have our work cut out for us. I am going to put some work in (today),” Lakewood coach Douglas Benjamin said. “It would be great if we can go in there and get one. It’s going to be a tough environment. If we can keep the game close, we can win.” Lakewood’s Shaneis Augustus and Ashley Phillips didn’t play against Compton last Friday because of injuries but are expected to return to the lineup against Millikan. Millikan’s schedule gets even tougher on Friday against the Jackrabbits. Rams coach Lorene Morgan has been experimenting with different rotations to see if she can get her bench more experience and to possibly get more production at both ends of the court. If Marez (6-foot-3) isn’t getting the ball in the post or at the top of the key, Millikan struggles offensively. Against Magnolia at last weekend’s Artesia Shootout, Morgan played four guards and a post player to match the speed of quicker teams. Other times, she had three guards and two post players. Her power lineup is two guards and three post players. Oeurn is the best outside shooter, but she also runs the show. Missy Jackson, Reeder, Ashley Mitchell and Kalena Tutt can shoot the ball, but none pulls the trigger often enough to open up the inside game for Marez. Cannon (6-2) is a solid defender and has recently showed signs that she can finish inside. Mayfair (14-5, 5-0) and Artesia (10-4, 3-0) clash on Friday in a game that will likely decide the champion of the Suburban League. Mayfair’s Dijon Franklin is the best point guard in the league and has a go-to player in Tiffany Wilson, who is being recruited by Boise State. Franklin has sacraficed her outside game to feed the ball to 6-1 post player Erica Smith, whose emergence at both ends of the court has given the Monsoons a triple threat. Guards Tierra Hilliard of Mayfair vs. Macey Nortey of Artesia is going to be a good matchup. Hilliard is a thief for the Monsoons and Nortey is managing the court a lot better than she did against Wilson’s trio of guards at the first Artesia Tournament. Nortey’s teammates, Courtney Clements (6-0) and Mollie Williams (6-0) match up well against Wilson and Smith. Against Wilson at the first Artesia Tournament, the Pioneers didn’t have much of a perimeter game. But they do now. Mayfair will have to get its hands in the faces of Artesia’s Arielle McClellan and Sequoia Crandell or it could be a long night for the Monsoons. Gahr (11-4, 2-0) narrowly escaped with a 76-72 win against Downey on Friday. But the Gladiators are going to face their biggest challenge of the season by far on Friday against Lynwood (6-2, 1-0). Gahr’s Raynal Johnson, Amber Finley and Shannan Austin figure to have a challenge against the Knights. Lenita Sanford and Dymond Morgan are All-American candidates. Ivanna Warren, who returned this season from a serious leg injury, and Jazmine Matthews are Division I-caliber players. — Earl Williams 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

first_imgAdvertisement Advertisement(Image Courtesy: Newsfolo)The name MS Dhoni in Indian cricket does not need any introduction. The man from Ranchi won millions of heart across India for his style of play and for his coolness he portrayed on the field.Dhoni became the first captain in cricketing history to win all the 3 ICC Trophies. Added to this he also won the Indian Premier League thrice. In the 11 years he played for CSK he made Chennai his second home.But in all the tournament or series wins that have come under Dhoni’s captaincy everyone must have noticed that he usually doesn’t take the center stage and resorts to the last row. Recently giving an interview to the media Dhoni revealed the reasons behind such a practice.“Well, don’t you think, it is unfair that you play a team sport where the captain goes and receives the trophy? It’s like an over exposure. Let’s say that you already have an over exposure of like 15 seconds and after that I don’t really think that you are needed to be there. Of course, we all like the celebration and you want to be part of it. But it’s not like that you have to be with the trophy.”He further added on saying that it was a team game and he liked giving exposure to everyone.“That’s why, in a team environment, we try to make it as simple as possible. And as I said, 15 seconds of over exposure has already happened, so no point clinging onto the trophy. Also, maybe if you don’t spend enough time with the trophy, you get a chance or you want to win another one so that you get another of those 15 seconds.”Such simplicity and dedication towards the game shows why Dhoni is seen different from others.Also Read:Cricket: Aussie quick issues a strong challenge to Virat Kohlilast_img read more