Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter A Derry man will go on trial later this year charged with attempted murder and sexual assault.The 32-year-old who cannot be named in order to protect the identity of the alleged injured party appeared at Derry Crown Court today.He pleaded not guilty to a series of charges which include attempted murder sexual assault, threats to kill, assault and attempted grievous bodily harm with intent.All of the offences were said to have occurred on July 13 2011.The court was told the trial is expected to last two weeks and the man was remanded in custody.The case will be reviewed on May 31. Twitter Newsx Adverts Google+ Google+ Pinterest Previous articleSuspected pervert was subject of attack in DonegalNext articleQuinn says he can make no commitments on Buncrana campus plan News Highland Facebook By News Highland – May 18, 2012 Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week WhatsApp Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson Facebook WhatsApp Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Man accused of attempted murder and sexual assault in Derry Business Matters Ep 45 – Boyd Robinson, Annette Houston & Michael Margey LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton
By Dialogo June 19, 2009 Bogotá, June 17 (EFE).- An official source informed today that the Colombian and Peruvian Air Forces will perform a joint exercise from June 30 to July 4 on the border of both countries on how to secure the area from drug trafficking flights. According to a press release from the Colombian presidency, this exercise ,called “Percol II,” is the continuation of the one initiated in 2006, which allowed to develop common aeronautical language and proceedings to improve and strengthen control of the air space on the border. Today the officers of both Andean countries gathered in Bogotá develop the coordination of activities in the border cities of Leticia (Colombia) and Iquitos (Peru). The exercise operation will consist of simulating the intercept of planes suspected of carrying drugs and weapons. Such simulations will be carried out through the exchange of mock information from command and control centres of both nations. Moreover, plans will be developed to effectively combat the illegal flights by utilizing existing infrastructure in Peru and Colombia.
Mikel Arteta is closing on a move to Arsenal (AMA/Getty Images)Paul Merson has branded Arsenal’s hierarchy as ‘clueless’ over their decision to target Mikel Arteta.The Gunners have already held extensive talks with their former midfielder and Metro.co.uk understands that the club are confident that an agreement can be reached this week.Arteta has been Pep Guardiola’s assistant at Manchester City since July 2016 and a move to Arsenal would be his first move into management.And Merson believes Arsenal are taking a huge risk by appointing a candidate who lacks experience.ADVERTISEMENT‘This is a big, big gamble putting someone that has never managed before in charge of a club the size of Arsenal,’ Merson told Sky Sports. Advertisement Paul Merson slams ‘clueless’ Arsenal board for targeting Mikel Arteta Mikel Arteta has been Pep Guardiola’s assistant at Man City since 2016 ((EPA)‘It’s all well and good saying he’s worked under Pep Guardiola, but let’s be honest, Guardiola would struggle managing this Arsenal team. Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp would struggle!AdvertisementAdvertisement‘You’re only as good as your players at the end of the day and the idea of Arteta replicating Guardiola’s style of football at the Emirates just falls apart when you look at the players he’ll be working with.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘Other than the fact he won’t get lost on the way to training, I don’t know what else he brings to the table.‘I cannot make the case for Arteta because he’s never managed before, yet someone at Arsenal can. How can you do that?‘I want to know who is upstairs at Arsenal saying this is a good appointment. From the club’s perspective, it’s clueless.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Comment Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 17 Dec 2019 8:39 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link476Shares Advertisement
Coming off a knee injury that kept Boatwright off the court for eight months, the captain needed to get his rhythm and timing back, according to Enfield. Talking about the NBA at that juncture, he said, was pointless. The coach touted Boatwright’s rhythm, his feel, his rebounding and his defense, all of which flowed into his offensive game. It is all back, a far cry from when Boatwright struggled early in the season against top-25 opponents in Nevada, TCU and Oklahoma. Boatwright is averaging 21.3 points over his last seven games on 52 percent shooting, and his five 3s on Saturday were the most he has made in a game this season. Slowly, but surely, he is developing into the stretch-four prototype that NBA scouts drool over. That was apparent on Saturday. Boatwright stepped into jumpers with confidence, was assertive offensively and active on the glass with seven rebounds. He made shots that he missed earlier in the year. He made moves that he didn’t attempt in November. “I feel totally more comfortable now,” Boatwright said. “It took me a couple of games to get comfortable out there. I’m feeling a lot better.” Senior forward Bennie Boatwright celebrates after shooting a 3-pointer against UCLA on Jan. 19 at the Galen Center. (Josh Dunst/Daily Trojan) When asked about what the blowout rivalry win means for the team moving forward, Enfield did not hesitate to put the spotlight on Boatwright. “Bennie hadn’t played in eight months and you’ve seen, since mid-December, he’s a totally different player,” Enfield said. “Our team has improved, and [a] big part of that is Bennie Boatwright,” Enfield said. “You can tell the maturity of the way he thinks about basketball and the way he sees things on the court is next-level,” Mathews said. “He’s changed tremendously. He’s changed his game, mentally, physically, so it’s great to see.” “I don’t think people understand how tough it is to come back from an injury,” Boatwright said. “When you don’t play basketball for a long time, it’s tough to get a rhythm. You’re not to go out there and score 20, 30 [points]. You’ve got to work your way up. It’s a tough process.” It might be time to start that conversation. Eighteen games into the season, Boatwright leads the Trojans in scoring at 17.3 points per game, shooting a career-high 39 percent from the 3-point range. After Boatwright dropped 21 points and five 3s in an emphatic 80-67 win over UCLA on Saturday at the Galen Center, the message was clear: “Bennie Buckets” is back. When men’s basketball head coach Andy Enfield was asked before the season about senior forward Bennie Boatwright’s NBA prospects, he was adamant in his response: “We don’t even discuss the NBA.” Junior guard Jonah Mathews, a fellow captain who played against Boatwright in high school, sees the difference in Boatwright’s game. The two talk about basketball daily, and he has seen Boatwright develop this season. Mathews is not surprised. Having been familiar with Boatwright’s game since high school, Mathews always knew he was talented. “But when you have a knee injury like that, it can mess with you mentally,” Mathews said. “He got through it … Now, he’s back to ‘Bennie Buckets.’”