Schrock goal powers Ceres past Kaya

first_imgMOST READ Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set The goal capped a wild finish as Kaya earlier missed a golden chance when Robert Mendy was denied by the crossbar in the 89th minute after beating a couple of Ceres defenders in the box.“It was a tough game and we’re happy to get this goal from Schrock and the advantage that we can bring home to Bacolod,” said Ceres assistant coach Ian Treyes.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk“But our job is not finished yet. We know what Kaya is capable of.”It all came together in the final minute of stoppage time for Ceres as Schrock weaved his magic in ghosting into the area before finally outwitting the stubborn Kaya defense. OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Unheralded Go plays Ateneo hero to the hilt Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funnycenter_img 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 Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Veteran midfielder Stephan Schrock scored a precious away goal as Ceres-Negros subdued Kaya Makati, 1-0, on Sunday night in the first leg of the Philippines Football League semifinals at University of Makati Stadium.Schrock wriggled free from a tight Kaya defense before finding the bottom corner in the third minute of second half stoppage time as the Busmen grabbed a slim lead heading into the second leg at Panaad Stadium in Bacolod on Saturday.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View commentslast_img read more

MAN ROARED ‘PIGS’ AND ‘OINK, OINK’ AT GARDAI

first_imgA man who was intoxicated during an altercation with a Gardai during which he was called a pig was given the chance to have his case struck out if he paid €100 to charity.Letterkenny court.Sean McGarvey of Dollar Row, appeared before Falcarragh Dsitrict Court in Letetrkenny yesterday. The court heard how McGarvey, 21, was with a friend at the Dollar Bar at Ballyconnell on June 28th, 2014.A Garda was passing and two males began roaring at Gardai.They were asked to quieten down but McGarvey continued to shout at Gardai calling them ‘pigs’ and shouting ‘oink, oink” the court was told.He was eventually arrested and was then given a lift home to his father’s house.Judge Paul Kelly asked McGarvey if he had a drink problem and the builder, with no previous convictions, said he had not.“This was completely unedifying behaviour and after all this the Gardai still brought you home,” commented the Judge.He was told that if he handed over €100 to the Falcarragh Youth Diversion Project, the matter would be struck out.McGarvey agreed to pay the money which he produced in court.MAN ROARED ‘PIGS’ AND ‘OINK, OINK’ AT GARDAI was last modified: April 16th, 2015 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:donegalFalcarraghGardaipigsSean McGarveylast_img read more

Sadio Mane wins two Liverpool Player of the Year awards in debut season

first_imgLiverpool forward Sadio Mane was a double winner at the club’s end of season awards ceremony.The Senegal international, currently sidelined after a knee operation, was voted both the players’ and supporters’ player of the year.Despite being out since April 1 Mane is still the club’s leading scorer with 13 goals, and his importance to the side has been highlighted in his absence with 11 points taken from the six matches he has missed and only seven goals scored.“I just want to thank my team-mates and supporters for giving me this honour,” he said.“It means so much to me. I feel at home at this club and in this city.“My team-mates, the staff, the manager and the supporters have all made me feel so welcome since I joined the club.“I have loved every minute of playing for Liverpool this season and can’t wait to get back fit to help the team again.”Mane will hope to have Champions League football to look forward to when he returns next season.Liverpool have two matches remaining and six points would guarantee a top-four finish, although results elsewhere involving Arsenal and Manchester United may mean a maximum return is not required.Despite some scratchy performances of late which have made securing a Champions League spot trickier than it may have been, manager Jurgen Klopp, who presented Mane with his players’ player award, is satisfied with how things have gone.“I am absolutely okay with this season but we want as much as possible. We have two very important games left,” he said.“I thought the boys did really well in a lot of games. We’ve had some fantastic performances in some games.”Eighteen-year-old Trent Alexander-Arnold, who made his debut in the EFL Cup win over Tottenham in October and has gone on to make 12 first-team appearances, was named young player of the season.“This season has been unbelievable being in and around the first team. My goal at the start of the season was to try to play with the under-23s as much as I could and it has really gone well,” he said.Ben Woodburn, who became the youngest goalscorer in the club’s history with his strike against Leeds in the EFL Cup in November aged 17 years and 45 days, won academy player of the season.“This award means a lot. I’ve been working hard all season to try to be the best I can,” said the teenager.Emre Can’s brilliant overhead kick against Watford last week was goal of the season.Fellow midfielder Lucas Leiva received a special recognition award after celebrating 10 years at the club while Liverpool’s Wales captain Sophie Ingle won women’s players’ player of the year. 1 Sadio Mane has claimed two Player of the Year awards at Anfield last_img read more

atdoshop Rhinestones Peacock Feather Bridal Wedding Hair Clip Pin Head Hairpin : Peacock hair accessorie

first_imgThis is very nice can even be worn on ladies jacket good price good delivery. Lovely and sits close to your head. Atdoshop Rhinestones Peacock Feather Bridal Wedding Hair Clip Pin Head HairpinWear as a hair clip or broochPerfect for weddings, proms, formal events or any other special occasionQuantity: 1This specially designed feather hair clip is great as either a hair or apparel accessory. Its bright colors and dazzling rhinestones are sure to make you stand out in a crowdMaterial: Feathers & Rhinestones Just like the picture, very pleased & very cheap, but looks more expensive. Pretty and holds in place well. Pretty and holds in place well. Atdoshop Rhinestones Peacock Feather Bridal Wedding Hair Clip Pin Head Hairpin : Lovely and sits close to your head. Feathers get damaged easily. Don’t know how they do it for the money. Feathers get damaged easily, so be careful with them. Just like the picture, very pleased & very cheap, but looks more expensive. This is very nice can even be worn on ladies jacket good price good delivery. Spectacular colors and perfectly manufactured. The diamantes are incredibly obvious and sparkly much too, it appears to be like its really worth much more than i paid for it. It arrived two months early way too so im properly impressed.Spectacular colors and perfectly manufactured. The diamantes are incredibly obvious and sparkly much too, it appears to be like its really worth much more than i paid for it. It arrived two months early way too so im properly impressed. SummaryReviewer Nathalie DuboisReview Date2017-11-04 14:29:16Reviewed Item Atdoshop Rhinestones Peacock Feather Bridal Wedding Hair Clip Pin Head HairpinRating 5.0 / 5  stars, based on  7  reviewsPrice£5.00last_img read more

5 Great Resources for Post Production Training

first_imgIf you really want to sharpen your video editing and post production skills, try checking out these 5 great places to invest in your continuing education!You have to stay up to date with you skills if you want to stay relevant and keep your job in this industry. One of the best ways to do so is to take continuing education classes and workshops. There are a ton out there, but here are a few of my favorite resources for post production training.These all cost money, but in these cases you get what you pay for. If you’re lucky enough to work at a place that offers to contribute to your continuing education, you’d be crazy not to check these out. Likewise, if you’re self-employed, these will still be fantastic investments in your career.I’ve tried to stay away from software based training/certification. There’s enough of that readily available. Being successful at your craft (not an application) is what ultimately will make you successful in this industry. That’s what you should be invested in.The International Colorist AcademyI’ve done classes with the ICA before, and you definitely get more than your money’s worth. Great training on not just software, but technique, the ICA classes are fantastic and taught by some of the best colorists out there.My teacher was colorist Warren Eagles, and I’m still in awe of how much insanely useful information he packed into each lesson. They offer courses around the world in cities like Los Angeles, New York, London, Singapore, Dubai, Sydney, and others.Tao of ColorColorist Patrick Inhofer has a great online training course where you can grade a short film with direction and vision from the film’s director, see how Patrick graded it, and get feedback on your grade of the film from Patrick. It’s a great system to check out.Mixing LightAnother color grading resource, this site’s content is produced by Patrick Inhofer from Tao of Color, along with two other fantastic colorists: Robbie Carman and Dan Moran. This subscription site is basically a structured blog with regularly and frequently updated articles filled with fantastic color grading information. As they put it, it’s “8 Miles Wide, 3 Feet Deep” and covers a wide range of topics.Mo-Graph MentorThis is a brand new site that’s put on by a great group of motion graphics pros. It’s “an online motion graphics training program, with an emphasis on career development.”The course is broken up into three classes, with a mentor assigned to you for direct feedback. A focus on planning, technique, and story sets it apart from typical software-based training. They even help you with job placement upon completion of the course!And have I mentioned yet that the mentor list is impressive? I know several of these guys and know of most of the others. You want to learn from them. Trust me.Lynda.comYes, this one has a lot of “software tutorials” that I said I would be avoiding, but if you search, it also has a surprising number of technique tutorials as well.The added bonus of Lynda.com is the massive library of content available. Want to learn something totally new? You can do that. Want to stay up to date with techniques and tools? You can do that too. It’s about as comprehensive as it gets for online training.I hope this list inspires you to get out there, invest in your career and keep learning! If you have suggestions for other great post production resources, please share them in the comments below!last_img read more

Cheltenham Gold Cup jockey Harry Cobden: I chatted football with Fergie … I didn’t understand it

first_img Pinterest Twitter Sean Ingle Read more On 1 June last year, while racing at Market Rasen, Cobden fell off Mick Thonic and broke his neck. It was a severe break and, if it had occurred a few millimetres to either side, he could have been paralysed. “That’s right,” he says with a relieved smile on a grey day at Newbury racetrack. “It was a bit worrying because, as one consultant said, ‘You might not be able to ever ride again.’ It was a proper fracture straight through my C2 vertebra after I got unseated at the last and whiplashed off the ground. It was a tingle to start with but when your adrenaline calms down, everything starts to go rigid. It was a lot more serious than I thought.”Did he suffer terrible pain? “Not at all,” Cobden says breezily. “The more falls you have, the more you cope with pain. When I was 16 it hurt every time I hit the deck. Pain’s all in the mind. Now I just try to brush it off, and get on with it.”Cobden sounds like a typical jockey – brushing off a broken neck as if it is comparable to a pesky cold. Yet how long did he endure the bleak prognosis that he might never ride again? “A week, maybe. It worried me a little but I was fairly positive. I was more interested in getting out of hospital. And I was very fortunate to be all right. I had four months out and it wasn’t that bad. I had a great summer and I didn’t really follow the racing. It was the best way to deal with it. If I thought about falling off, I wouldn’t be in the right job.”Cheltenham is more dangerous than most tracks and at last year’s Festival seven horses died. “There are more runners and it’s very competitive,” Cobden concedes. “You go very fast and that’s why there are more fallers. Last year didn’t look good to the public. But jockeys get upset when there are fatalities. We don’t treat them like machines. We love them and they’re really well looked after.“It’s obviously terrible to lose a horse you’re racing. It’s happened to me once – three years ago at Cheltenham. It was on the day I won the Greatwood Hurdle on Old Guard. Looking back, I was clueless. I didn’t know what was going on. I thought I did, but I was hanging on for dear life. Pointed it in the right direction, followed everyone else and won. Two races later, in the last of the day, the conditional jockeys’ race, my horse broke its leg galloping. It was horrible. But the vets are very quick and dealt with it brilliantly.”Cobden brightens again when we turn to Clan Des Obeaux and the Gold Cup. “He’s a very good horse and we know each other well. I’m hoping there won’t be any dramas and he will come back safe and sound.”Does he believe Clan Des Obeuax, who is favoured by some to beat Presenting Percy, can win? “Yeah. I’ve got a massive chance. I wouldn’t get off my horse to ride any other at the moment. I quite like Native River [who won the race last year]. He’s a little under par this year but, if the ground goes soft, he’s also got a massive chance.I don’t sit at home and think I’m going to win the Gold Cup. It might be different the night before – but I haven’t got flustered over it so far, even if it’s the best race of the year. The National can throw up an odd winner that wouldn’t even get to the start of the Gold Cup. This one counts most.”Cobden and Clan Des Obeaux won the King George on Boxing Day in imperious style. “He was so dominant,” Cobden says. “He travelled well, jumped beautifully, and that was the best race I’ve won in a scorching gallop. But Cheltenham is massively different. You get downhill and uphill fences, you’re always on the turn. You need a real champion to win round there.” Pat Kelly, quiet man of horse racing, could make big noise in Gold Cup Since you’re here… Cheltenham Festival 2019 interviews Thrills of Cheltenham Festival week can’t mask racing’s uncertain future Topics Share on WhatsApp Attention this week will focus on the racing and, after having “my first winner at the Festival last year on Kilbricken Storm, who was a 33-1 outsider [in the Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle]”, Cobden is optimistic about his other rides. “Give Me A Copper in the Ultima Handicap [on Tuesday] has a massive chance and Topofthegame also has a huge chance in the RSA [Alliance Chase on Wednesday]. He’s a very big, raw horse but he’s getting straightforward to race. It’s a hard race to win but I like his chances. I’ve also got Quel Destin in [Friday’s] Triumph Hurdle. He’s a very hardy little horse – that could win.”Cobden is also fortunate that, despite being taller than most jockeys, warnings he would grow too much have not materialised. “I wanted to be a jockey when I was 12 and got into pony racing. People told me my feet were too big and I’d grow too much. ‘Don’t get your hopes up, boy’, and all that. Thankfully I didn’t get too big. I’m 5ft 10in now and they say you stop growing at 20. Hopefully they’re right.“I’m not very disciplined when it comes to diet. Last night I had a roast dinner and I had a fry-up this morning. But over the last two weeks I’ve had 50 rides. I also walk around the track every day and take the dogs out when I get back. As long as I do that I can have nice food sometimes.”While Cobden’s ultimate ambition is to become champion jockey, he is close to fulfilling his immediate target of riding 100 winners this season. “I broke my neck after 30 days and missed four months so it looked unrealistic. But I’m up to [96] winners so it’s looking pretty good.”Cobden grins when asked about the prospect of winning a few more this week, including the Gold Cup. “That would be a fairytale, wouldn’t it? I’ll definitely feel very lucky if it happens.”• Harry Cobden is fourth in the Stobart Jump Jockeys’ Championship. Go to greatbritishracing.com Harry Cobden and Clan Des Obeaux (right) clear the last to win the Betfair Denman Steeple Chase from Terrefort and Nico de Boinville at Ascot last month. Photograph: Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images Share on Twitter Support The Guardian Share on LinkedIn Share via Email Horse racing Facebook Read more Harry Cobden is lucky. At the age of 20 he will ride Clan Des Obeaux, the joint-second favourite, in his first Gold Cup on Friday. He will also enter the Cheltenham Festival as the 10-time champion trainer Paul Nicholls’s stable jockey in one of the most coveted positions in racing. Clan Des Obeaux is part-owned by Sir Alex Ferguson and Cobden tells some amusing stories about hanging out with Fergie even though, as he cheerfully admits, he knows nothing about football. Just days before the biggest week of his life, Cobden also knows he is far luckier for a different reason. Share on Pinterest A serial champion owns a share in the horse, too. “He’s a lovely man,” Cobden says. “I’ve met him three or four times. He’s inspirational and the sort of person you could listen to all day. I went to Old Trafford because of him last month.”Is Cobden a Manchester United fan? “No. I’m not a big football fan. I know nothing about football but it was a great experience as it was the first game I’ve ever been to. It was Man U v PSG and we went to Sir Alex’s box afterwards and chatted about the football. I didn’t really understand it. He said things which totally went over my head. I still loved listening to him and the PSG supporters were crazy. It was pretty fantastic.”Cobden does not think much about football as his work for Nicholls is so demanding. The Ditcheat trainer’s yard is in fine form and Cobden has some excellent horses this week. Yet ever since the brilliant Ruby Walsh relinquished his position to concentrate on racing in Ireland, other jockeys have struggled as Nicholls’s retained jockey. Even more than the good fortune in riding for Nicholls, there is sustained expectation. “Obviously there’s pressure riding for Paul and you have to perform,” Cobden agrees. “But as long as I’ve done the best I can, I’m happy.”Does he think about getting fired? “You never know what’s round the corner and no one’s ever got a safe job. It could happen one day, couldn’t it? It will happen one day. But hopefully not in the near future. We all look back to Ruby. He’s different class and an inspiration to me growing up. He won all the big races and he’s amazing.”Twiston-Davies is also an excellent jockey but the pressure wore him down. “He did the right thing for him and I get on very well with Sam. We’ve always been good friends, and if he’s ridden a horse I’m riding, or vice versa, we help each other. He still rides a few for Paul.”It must be more complicated riding alongside Bryony Frost, another gifted young jockey, at Nicholls’s yard? “As in?” Cobden asks, looking briefly defensive.The pair used to be a couple and Frost has received far more attention than Cobden – even though he is Nicholls’s retained jockey. “Yeah, I was seeing her a bit. She’s great for racing, because she’s always passionate, isn’t she? The cameras like it, the press like it. There were certain things in the paper but the press likes to make a story out of it. I still get on really well with Bryony. We’re going up to Kelso together tomorrow. To make Ditcheat the best team, everyone’s got to get on.” Share on Messenger … we have a small favour to ask. More people are reading and supporting The Guardian’s independent, investigative journalism than ever before. And unlike many new organisations, we have chosen an approach that allows us to keep our journalism accessible to all, regardless of where they live or what they can afford. But we need your ongoing support to keep working as we do.The Guardian will engage with the most critical issues of our time – from the escalating climate catastrophe to widespread inequality to the influence of big tech on our lives. At a time when factual information is a necessity, we believe that each of us, around the world, deserves access to accurate reporting with integrity at its heart.Our editorial independence means we set our own agenda and voice our own opinions. Guardian journalism is free from commercial and political bias and not influenced by billionaire owners or shareholders. This means we can give a voice to those less heard, explore where others turn away, and rigorously challenge those in power.We need your support to keep delivering quality journalism, to maintain our openness and to protect our precious independence. Every reader contribution, big or small, is so valuable. Support The Guardian from as little as $1 – and it only takes a minute. Thank you. Share on Facebook Cheltenham Festival Reuse this contentlast_img read more

Sportzware Central v7 Release

first_imgSportingPulse is pleased to announce that the latest release of Sportzware Central (version 7.0) will be made available from Wednesday, 28 January 2009. SWC v7 includes a number of exciting developments, full details of which are provided in the attached document.As a part of our communications process, we are providing National Governing Bodies with prior notice of the release of SWC v7 before notifying leagues and associations on Wednesday January 28 and giving them their new registration key.We trust this communication enables you to assist us in continuing to provide award-winning software throughout your sport and sharing in the advantages and benefits of keeping all leagues and associations at the forefront of online technology.last_img