QPR’s Matt Connolly looks likely to complete a move to Cardiff City in the next 48 hours.Rangers have accepted an offer from the Bluebirds and the defender is expected to agree personal terms.He is not part of R’s boss Mark Hughes’ first-team plans and spent the second half of last season on loan at Reading.Connolly, 24, has made more than 100 league appearances for Rangers since being signed from Arsenal in January 2008.Cardiff recently signed Heidar Helguson from QPR and are also hoping to persuade Tommy Smith to join them.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Cyclopsis Joe Members In all kinds of weather Share on other sites 3 Notre Dame wearing green today 0 Posted September 10, 2006 Notre Dame wearing green today By OB33, September 10, 2006 in Sports Logo News 0 See Red 0 Share on other sites 52 See Red buckeyenut devilray2k1 0 Link to post In all kinds of weather Share on other sites 6 buckeyenut the admiral Posted September 10, 2006 Share this post Members Location:St. Pete, Florida Followers 0 #Grateful Posted September 11, 2006 Members Posted September 10, 2006 See Red It appears like they pulled the old switcharoo. They took the field in navy. Lets smile a little more 26,196 Share on other sites Share this post 603 posts 12,401 posts MattF I think they were just mentioning the green uniforms because Notre Dame hasn’t had the best of luck with them, but that they’re introducing those green towels.Either way, you’d be hardpressed to find a better looking football game this year. Two of the best uniforms in the nation. Share this post SportsLogos.Net Sports Logos Forums Home Share on other sites 3 ya i dont see any green 0 Share this post five boroughs, one City. Share on other sites Posted September 11, 2006 1,844 57,917 posts Link to post Posted September 10, 2006 Share this post Members 14,123 posts 14,123 posts McCall Members 179 posts 22,645 1,844 53,285 posts Share this post 1,204 OB33 Go Banana! 53,285 posts Posted September 10, 2006 Members 395 posts Sports Logo News Members 0 0 Share this post Share on other sites Members Share on other sites CCSLC Resident Atheist vercetti 0 Members 0 662 posts Posted September 10, 2006 Posted September 10, 2006 ohryan Go To Topic Listing Link to post Share on other sites See Red 0 1,844 Penn State looks fine, but jesus Notre Dame is ugly. You sure about that ? Nuttin rong with Notrem Dames uniforms one of the best in college imo. As for Penn State, they should but a logo on their helment and stop having too much white *rubs eyes*. Penn State’s All-Whites are the best uniforms in the NCAA. You could have taken your pick of about 20,000 high school football games on Friday night that featured the same type of “classic” uniforms. Followers 0 Members I’m almost positive that Notre Dame was wearing white socks. -Helix- 1,204 Location:Bloody Eighth. Members 22,645 Share on other sites Location:Wilkes-Barre/Lock Haven, PA 0 1 winghaz 1,844 Share on other sites 60 vercetti Location:Fargo, N.D. Share on other sites How can it possibly get any better than this uniform-wise?For one, if they wore white socks instead of blue. 0 0 Link to post 0 Penn State looks fine, but jesus Notre Dame is ugly. Recommended Posts 0 Members Share on other sites 0 Posted September 10, 2006 60 battle for the boringest uniforms 5,561 posts 52 Favourite Logos:North Stars 0 the admiral Location:Chicago Link to post Location:Tampa, FL Share this post Share this post 0 Members Share this post 4,202 posts Link to post Posted September 10, 2006 Link to post Share this post 322 posts buckeyes -Helix- Gothamite 209 Link to post Link to post Members 0 0 Share on other sites Location:Tampa, FL winghaz 0 Penn State looks fine, but jesus Notre Dame is ugly. You sure about that ? Nuttin rong with Notrem Dames uniforms one of the best in college imo. As for Penn State, they should but a logo on their helment and stop having too much white *rubs eyes*. Link to post 15,496 posts Yeah. See, two schools, one with Nike and one with Adidas, and…..NO PIPING!! See, it IS possible. 0 209 0 Link to post Share this post 52 1 Posted September 10, 2006 Cyclopsis Joe 0 Davey Share this post Share on other sites 22,645 Forums Home 653 posts 26,196 Members 6 Link to post Hey is that wait no it’s not. 1,204 Members 0 five boroughs, one City. Link to post Location:Missouri Location:Tampa, FL 22,645 buckeyes Share on other sites 22,645 1,844 TheOldRoman 4,735 posts Members 0 1,292 14,123 posts 3 Link to post Posted September 11, 2006 Posted September 15, 2006 switching up did them some good, considering they put up 41 Share this post Gothamite 1,844 Share this post Just saw on the pregame that the Irish are wearing the green jerseys today as they try to break the green jersey curse. From what I could see they look like the same ones they used last year. Posted September 11, 2006 Share this post 209 6 Link to post 60 Posted September 10, 2006 0 Link to post 6 1,844 Location:Earth Posted September 10, 2006 Members Sports Logo News All Activity OB33 How can it possibly get any better than this uniform-wise? 1,338 posts 26,196 See Red Formerly & Currently McCall Share this post Members This topic is now closed to further replies. MattF They all need higher socks. Exposed leg looks sloppy. ohryan 0 Notre Dame wearing green today Share this post Davey Location:Winchester, VA Gothamite 1,292 Gothamite McCall Sign in to follow this Posted September 11, 2006 In all kinds of weather See Red You could have taken your pick of about 20,000 high school football games on Friday night that featured the same type of “classic” uniforms. That in no way speaks to the quality of the design.Sometimes high schools can get it right, when college and the pros blow it. Share on other sites Link to post 0 0 1 devilray2k1 Posted September 11, 2006 Share on other sites I apologize for any decorum 1,844 6 Link to post 22,645 2,774 posts what makes the Notre Dame jerseys even better? when teh weather gets colder and they add in the full length navy sockawww yea 0 TheOldRoman I hate both teams, but these are 2 of the most classic uniforms in college football. If only Notre Dame would put the interlocking ND back on the seleeves they would look perfect.P.S. I still would hate them 1,292 Link to post Sign in to follow this 6 SportsLogos.Net Share this post Share on other sites Sports Logos 1,844 All Activity How can it possibly get any better than this uniform-wise? It couldn’t.
COMMENT Raj Sarkar First Published: 9th January, 2020 15:48 IST Also Read | Anthony Joshua Makes It Clear That He Is Ready To Fight Deontay WilderTyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 2Deontay Wilder is going to put his undefeated boxing record and WBC Heavyweight title on the line as he is slated to go against Tyson Fury, in one of the biggest heavyweight re-matches of boxing history. The original fight between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder ended up in a controversial draw. However, the American came close to success as he went onto knockdown Tyson Fury in the final round of their fight but to everyone’s surprise, The Gyspy King stood up. They are set to square off one more time on February 22, 2020, and boxing fans have already started to pick their favourite for the fight. Also Read | Tyson Fury Pays Heartfelt Tribute To Mike Tyson, Calls Him The OG “bad Man” Of BoxingAlso Read | Mike Tyson Feels That He Could Never Have Beaten Muhammad Ali At His Prime(Image courtesy: Deontay Wilder’s Instagram handle) LIVE TV Written By Last Updated: 9th January, 2020 15:48 IST Deontay Wilder Named Boxing Ambassador For Peace By Pope Francis Deontay Wilder has been selected as the perfect ambassador of world peace from the boxing community by Pope Francis. Know what made Pope Francis make the call. SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE Deontay Wilder, the current WBC Heavyweight champion is considered as one of the most violent boxers in the world who has knocked out almost all of his opponents with a single vicious right hand. Deontay Wilder shows no mercy when he is inside a boxing ring. However, when not in a fight, ’The Bronze Bomber is considered as a perfect role model for millions. It might be a bit to strange see such a boxer as the ambassador for peace but Pope Francis has already named Deontay Wilder as the boxing ambassador for peace.Also Read | Anthony Joshua Makes Bold Prediction Ahead Of Deontay Wilder Vs Tyson Fury 2Deontay Wilder has been named as the boxing ambassador for peace by Pope FrancisThe undefeated American heavyweight visited Pope Francis during his tour of Rome and the city’s surrounding area where he was named as the ambassador for peace for the boxing community. Deontay Wilder revealed the news through his official Instagram handle and posted a picture in which he can be spotted with Pope Francis. The caption of the post read: “He (Pope Francis) is truly a remarkable man that represents true love, happiness, and world peace for all human race. He also enjoys pizza and is a huge boxing fan. And you know he’s a part of the BombZquad family baby. Much love from me Pope Francis and I’m wishing you many many blessings your way”. Take a look at the post. FOLLOW US
Luke Campbell’s sons beg him to retire as they fear for his life but Brit remains determined to win world title
10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night. People Slammed By Massive Waves 4 Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels Amazing movies best funny animals What’s This “Trick” Called? Comment Down Below!! DayZ Amazing Mods ~ More Cars, More Guns, More Gore! Source: Boxing – thesun.co.uk LUKE CAMPBELL faces a horrible fight to convince his terrified son that a world-title dream is worth risking his life for.Hull’s Olympic 2012 golden boy has fallen short in two attempts at a lightweight crown, against future hall-of-fame stars Jorge Linares and Vasiliy Lomachenko.Luke Campbell has to balance his career with his young familyBut the 32-year-old remains as driven as ever to land a 9st 9lb title — and is chasing a fight with Mexico’s latest powerhouse Ryan Garcia for the WBC’s interim strap.However, nothing could have prepared Campbell for his eldest son Leo, 10, reminding him of the terrifying risks his job involves.Campbell said: “Neither of my boys want me to box anymore, they both tell me they want me to quit.“My eldest even said to me, ‘Dad, did you know a couple of boxers died after fighting last year? I don’t want you to get hurt — I want you to stop now’.“It was horrible. But I had to explain that I am just not finished with this sport yet.“So I promised him that as soon as I achieve my dream and win that world title, I will quit. I won’t carry on for money or fame, I will get out and be a full-time father.“I have always had my mum and wife worry about me and ask about retiring — but it was different hearing it from my son.“It was just a terrible feeling but it will motivate me even more to reach my goal and get out safe.”The lightweight division has a brilliant crop of youngsters, including 21-year-old Garcia, 21-year-old Devin Haney and Teofimo Lopez, 22. All three have giant social media followings, Garcia has 6.6millionInstagram followers and recently went viral with a clip of him punching YouTube celebrity Jake Paul.Haney is a Floyd Mayweather protege who is being compared to legend Sugar Ray Leonard.But baby-faced veteran Campbell wants to be the man to upset the odds.He said: “I like Lopez, we have sparred and he has beaten some real contenders, the other two I am not so sure about“Garcia has speed and power — but also looks like he could take a good beating.“I still feel fresh and I am ready to be the bogeyman for these new kids on the block, I feel I am the toughest fight for all these guys.“Garcia was supposed to fight on July 4 against Abner Mares, who usually fights at featherweight and has not boxed in two years, but he pulled out because the money was not good enough.“Well I am no featherweight and I am raring to go — so I will be a nightmare for him.”Luke Campbell is determined to win a world titleCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd
Delmer ShortDelmer Ray “Del” Short, 84, of Wellington, died peacefully December 23, 2019, at his home in Wellington.Memorial services will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, December 28, 2019, at the Shelley Family Funeral Home in Wellington. A memorial has been established with Good Shepherd Hospice and may be left with the Shelley Family Funeral Home 704 N. Washington, Wellington, KS 67152. To leave an online condolence please visit www.shelleyfamilyfh.com.Delmer Ray Short was born on April 25, 1935, the son of Delmer Floyd and Virginia May (Adkins) Short in Burdine, Kentucky. He served his country in the United States Army for 3 years during the Korean War. Del was then united in marriage with Novetta Crumly on May 1, 1956. Del worked in plumbing and heating, worked in a mine, as a policeman and ran a bowling alley. He worked in sheet metal which got him a job for the Sante Fe Railroad where he worked for 21 years. Del later ran a carpet cleaning business and worked for the city of Wellington in the water department. He also fixed and rented homes.Del is survived by his loving wife, Novetta of the home; 3 sons: Steven Short and wife Johnna of Jenks, OK, Clifford Short of Shattuck, OK and Robert Short and wife Sondra of Wellington; 5 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren; 2 sisters: Shirley Faye Dixon of Shattuck, OK and Patricia Shelton of Amarillo, TX.He is preceded in death by his parents and 1 sister.
Sumner Newscow report — Wellington Police Department is requesting the community’s help in locating and identifying a dog involved in a bite case. The incident occurred on Thursday, April 2, 2020, around 11:30 a.m., in the 1200 Block South C street. A City of Wellington employee, while working in the area, was bitten by a mixed breed Dachshund, brown in color with no visible collar.WPD is attempting to locate the owner to verify vaccination records. Should you have any information about this investigation, please contact the Wellington Police Department at 620-326-3331 or Wellington/Sumner County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (620) 326-3135. Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments
Ryan Cuming, Anthony Indelicato and James VanRiemsdyk, all of Middletown, along with their teammates on the Brick Hockey Club 16U team, won the Atlantic District Championship in Aston, Pa., which qualified them to participate in 2005 USA Hockey National Championships in Richmond, Va., March 30 to April 3. Only 12 teams throughout the country qualify to represent their region and participate in this prestigious tournament. The Brick Hockey Club will represent the Atlantic District states of New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware. Both Cuming and VanRiemsdyk attend Christian Brothers Academy while Indelicato attends St. John Vianney. Cuming, 16, is a goaltender, Van Riemsdyk, 15, a forward, while Indelicato, 16, plays defense. Cuming and Van Riemsdyk both started their hockey careers together. This past summer Cuming participated in the Hockey Night in Boston Major tournament, where he was selected for their all-star team. Van Riemsdyk qualified and played for the Atlantic District Festival team. The Brick Hockey Club team is coached by Alex DePalma and is composed of boys from Monmouth and Ocean counties. Members are Sean Betterly, Anthony Bongermino, Ryan Colwell, Alex DePalma, Brett DePalma, Jeff Farr, Justin Ferguson, Connor Field, Steven Goldblatt, Kevin Higgins, Adam Houli, Kevin Kolbensclag, Jerry Malanga, Frank Ryan and Joey Tumolo. The team secured first place in the New Jersey Youth Hockey League and won the Atlantic District playoffs March 6 by defeating the Wilmington Typhoon 3-2. Mac’s Fun Ball Basketball League sign-ups will be held at Crazy Johnny’s Barber Shop on Main Street in Port Monmouth (on the bay side across from Route 36) April 9, 10, 16 and 17 from 9 to 11 a.m. only. The league will be made up of high school and college-age players, and will feature high school and college referees. Games will be played on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings, early June through August. The 16th Annual Jersey Shore Summer Duals team and individual wrestling competition will be held June 27-30 at Holmdel High School from 6 to 10 p.m. The tournament does not include 2005 graduates. The top two teams will advance to the Super Summer Duals competition at Toms River South High School, at no additional cost. USA Wrestling card not necessary. Thursday will be the individual tournament, which is a double-elimination event. Awards will be given to first through fifth place. For more information, call Art Perri at (732) 566-0154 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. The Central Jersey Hawks Shore Shootout girls basketball tournament will be held May 27-29. There is a four-game guarantee, and the cost is $425 per team. The boys tournament will be held June 3-5. Contact Bill Cantelli at (732) 946-0122 or visit the Web site @www.centraljerseyhawks.org. The Aberdeen/Matawan Twisters U14 girls Mid-Jersey Flight 3 team is seeking one experienced field player and one experienced keeper for the spring season. Please contact (732) 566-7166 or email@example.com. The Jersey Shore Thunder (U11) baseball club will hold make-up tryouts March 30, 31 and April 1 from 3 to 5 p.m. and April 2 from 9 to 11 a.m. at Library Field in Little Silver. Players cannot be 12 years old before Aug. 1. Players will be playing on a 50/70 field. This team will play a spring and summer schedule. The JS Thunder Club has been serving the Monmouth County area for 10 years and will enter a U12 team into the Cooperstown DreamsPark tournament each year. For more information or in the event of bad weather, call (732) 924-9023, e-mail JSThunder@Comcast.Net or go to http://home.comcast.net/~jsthunder/JSTHUNDER1.html for updates. Rider University junior Gene Crimoli, Shrewsbury, (Christian Brothers Academy) was named the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Player of the Week for all games played March 14-20. A first baseman, Crimoli batted .471 last week with eight hits and 11 RBIs in six games. Crimoli homered against Hofstra, hit a three-run triple in a victory over Long Island, and had three RBIs in the victory at Florida A&M
Captain Misbah hits century as Pakistan rally against EnglandBy Matt SmithPakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq made an unbeaten century as the resurgent hosts reached 282-4 at close of the opening day of the second Test against England in Dubai on Thursday.Following a draw in the series opener, Misbah helped steady his side after two brilliant morning catches by the indomitable Jonny Bairstow and James Anderson’s 418th Test wicket from the first ball of the afternoon had reduced Pakistan to 85-3.At that moment, Misbah, 41, may have been regretting his decision to bat after winning the toss, but he and Younis Khan (56) put on 93 from 179 balls before Pakistan’s record run scorer was caught behind by England wicketkeeper Joss Buttler off Mark Wood.Asad Shafiq, 46 not out, joined Misbah at the crease. The skipper will resume on 102 after chalking up a ninth Test century by slogging Moeen Ali for 15 off the day’s final over that included two sixes.Pakistan, playing in their adopted home of the UAE, were heavy favourites going into the series after whitewashing England 3-0 here in 2012.Yet the tourists were disappointed not to seal an unlikely win in Abu Dhabi last week, bad light stopping play when England were 25 runs from victory with six wickets in hand after a frenzied final day.In Dubai, Pakistan again batted first on expectation the pitch would become harder to play as the Test progresses.Openers Shan Masood and Mohammad Hafeez raced to 47-0 from 15 overs after making only two runs in the first three overs.England captain Alastair Cook, who named an unchanged side, switched seamers Anderson and Stuart Broad with spinner Moeen and paceman Mark Wood as he sought an early breakthrough.Moeen struck first, tricking Hafeez (19) into edging a turning delivery onto his pads. The ball looped up for Bairstow to make a diving catch as Pakistan slipped to 51-1.Next in was Shoaib Malik but he lasted only nine balls for his two before trudging back to the pavilion.The all-rounder, a double-centurion in Abu Dhabi, slogged at Ben Stokes and the ball cannoned off Bairstow’s midriff at short-leg.The fielder’s reactions were cat-like as he sprang forward to snatch a one-handed catch.Pakistan progressed to 85-2 at lunch but immediately after the interval Anderson fooled Masood (54) into nicking a ball into Buttler’s gloves, which lifted the 33-year-old to ninth on Test cricket’s all-time wicket-taking list.That proved to be rare moment of afternoon joy for England as Pakistan exploited the tourists’ aggressive close field to score briskly.Adil Rashid – who veered between hopeless and mesmeric in the first Test – again struggled, the leg-spinner ending on 0-60 from 13 overs.Pakistan leg-spinner Yasir Shah, the fastest man to 50 Test wickets in his country’s history, returned to the hosts’ line-up after missing the first test with a back injury, Rahat Ali making way.Sharjah will stage the final Test from November 1.
The Mirror reported that previously the club’s ball boys were being supplied by the Manchester United Foundation, but have been replaced by players from United’s under-16s, who Mourinho felt have a better feel for the game.The change was made ahead of the recent 1-1 draw with Liverpool at Old Trafford, with Mourinho’s patience running out after a 2-0 win over Hull in the EFL Cup earlier in January.Quoting a United source, the report said: “The manager wasn’t happy with what was on offer before from the ball boys and girls. He wanted a much slicker operation — especially when United are on the attack or time is running out.“He felt by bringing in lads from the Academy teams — boys who understand the nuances of the game and the urgency of certain occasions, it would help speed up play at crucial moments.“Of course, people may speculate whether opponents are given the same courtesy if they are on the attack or chasing the game.”It’s not the first time that Mourinho has become involved in matters related to ball boys.He once lectured a Crystal Palace ball boy for slowing down play, and when at Chelsea he mocked Newcastle United and Leicester ball boys for time wasting.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Manchester United’s manager Jose Mourinho leaves the pitch at the end of the English FA Cup third round football match between Manchester United and Reading at Old Trafford in Manchester, north west England, on January 7, 2017MANCHESTER, United Kingdom, Jan 22- Manchester United’s ball boys have been replaced after they failed to lived up to the expectations of Jose Mourinho.The Red Devils’ boss is known as a man who likes to have things his way, and he reportedly decided to sack the Old Trafford ball fetchers after he felt that they didn’t really understand the game and were slow to return the ball when United were on the attack or toward the end of games where the home side needed a goal.