Express worry over enmity in LiberiaThe leadership of the Association of Female Lawyers of Liberia (AFELL) says it is deeply concerned about the deepening crisis among citizens, which the association said are nowadays giving rise to a deteriorating unstable ease in the country.The latest of which was the eruption of violence in Logan Town, Montserrado County between rivals of the just ended District #15 elections on Saturday, August 17, 2019.“This emerging trend of election-related violence is very worrisome as it has the propensity to derail our hard-earned peace,” AFELL said in a release.The statement added, “The incident in Logan Town, which led to personal injuries and property damage is regrettable. AFELL accordingly, condemns in the strongest terms, this wanton and unruly behavior of some citizens. Of particular concern is the impact these kinds of violence have on the mental, economic and social well-being of women and children.”“Therefore, we demand from authorities at the Ministry of Justice to launch an urgent and prompt investigation into the causes of the violence, and also call on the authorities of the National Elections Commission (NEC) to intervene in this matter by conducting an investigation, and hold those actors/parties accountable under the elections law. We say this because electoral violence is one of the greatest obstacles to democratic consolidation. It does not only affect the credibility of the electoral system, but also destroys the democratic system, and the rule of law,” the organization further added.The group reminded Liberians that elections are about the competitions of ideas, and not a show of force. AFELL, therefore, calls upon all those concerned to exercise restraint, and allow the electoral process, as well as the rule of law to run its course.“We are always reminded of our immediate past, and as a post conflict country, Liberia should avoid the looming triggers of conflict such as electoral violence. Finally, without being prejudicial, AFELL strongly condemns and will not tolerate any acts of violence, harassment and intimidation of any female candidate in elections now or hereafter. We call on all parties to exhibit a greater sense of maturity, respect and tolerance towards each other and we intend to remain seized of this matter to its finality,” the release said.Meanwhile, another women’s group, known as the Network of Peace and Security Women in ECOWAS Countries (NOPSWECO) have added their voice to the sweeping condemnations of the Montserrado County District #15 electoral violence.NOPSWECO is a conglomeration of West African women organizations including Young Women Christian Association (YWCA), Organization for Women and Children (ORWOCH); Kids Educational Engagement Project (KEEP); Community Healthcare Initiative (CHI); Girls for Change (GFC); Quidiyou INC.; Paramount Young Women Initiative (PAYOWI); and Women & Children Initiative INC. (WACEP).“We are disheartened by the escalation of violence leading to the attack on one of the candidates in the District 15 rerun elections. We condemn in the strongest terms the attack on Ms. Telia Urey and the occupants of the black vehicle,” the group of women organizations said. “A video obtained from the scene of the attack shows riot police standing by whilst rioters violently attacked a black vehicle, allegedly belonging to Ms. Telia Urey, and putting the occupants of the vehicle at risk.NOPSWECO recalls that, following a ruling in the District #15 electoral dispute by the NEC, the Chairman of the CDC stated in a major press conference that the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) will not participate in any rerun.“We call on the leaders of the ruling CDC and the opposition collaborating parties to take advantage of the law and the appeal process to express any dissatisfaction in the electoral process.“We once again call on those in positions of power to refrain from making statements that have the potential to incite chaos. We additionally call on the Liberia National Police and the Ministry of Justice to investigate the police officers who stood idly by while this assault took place. We request a full investigation into yesterday‘s incident and the report made public.“We wish to remind our President that 2020 is just around the corner and it is these types of gender-based violence that limit women’s full participation in the governance of their country. We continue to watch with concern as the peaceful situation deteriorates and will hold all involved accountable. Notwithstanding, the purpose of this communication is to prevent further violence– particularly violence against a women politicians.NOPSWECO also called on the Weah administration “to provide increased security presence in District #15 in the days immediately preceding NEC’s recently mandated rerun. The six precincts that fall under this mandate should be the focus of this increased security presence, the group suggests.“In addition, this increased presence should cover the days immediately following the rerun until the day after NEC announces a winner. All security personnel assigned to this detail must be professional in the execution of their duties. They must be seasoned, disciplined and impartial security professionals who take their mandate seriously.“We call on the President to ensure the safety of Ms. Urey in light of this recent provocation. We call on the President to restrain all duty bearers from making inciting comments, posting on Facebook, moderating radio shows that have the propensity to derail the peace. Liberia is all we have and democracy is strong when women and men participate together in an environment free of violence, threats of violence, fear, and intimidation,” NOPSWECO said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
0Shares0000Germany players react after a missed chance during their last Group F match against South Korea. PHOTO/FIFAKazan, Russia, Jun 27- Germany crashed out of the World Cup on Wednesday after a stoppage-time VAR-assisted goal from Younggwon Kim and a late second by Son Heungmin earned South Korea a famous 2-0 win.The Germans needed to beat Korea by two clear goals in their final group F match at Kazan stadium to advance to the last 16. But Joachim Loew’s men wasted a series of chances in a tense match that saw a pale version of the world champions become the fourth holders of the title this century to be sent packing at the first hurdle.Germany’s team of superstars could only look on in shock in the final minutes of the match as US referee Mark Geiger called for the video assistant referee to intervene after the unmarked Kim had bundled his shot past Germany ‘keeper Manuel Neuer from a corner early in stoppage time.The goal was awarded because Toni Kroos’ touch had played him onside, and minutes later Germany were 2-0 down after Neuer ran up the pitch in a desperate attempt to get a goal.A long punt upfield saw Tottenham forward Son chase a clearance to fire into an empty net.-First timeIt means Germany, the four-time champions who had competed in the past 16 editions of the World Cup, fail to make it past the first hurdle of the tournament since 1938.Germany coach Joachim Loew caused a surprise by leaving midfield attacking stalwart Thomas Mueller on the bench for the first time since 2012 after his underwhelming displays against Mexico and Sweden.But by the end of a frustrating opening half, Loew was left desperately studying his options.Germany suffered the first of several scares after South Korea won a free kick on the quarter hour when Sami Khedira’s boot connected with the head of Jung Wooyoung.From 30 yards out, it should have been fodder for World Cup-winning goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, but after fumbling Jung’s dipping drive Neuer scrambled desperately to clear as Son raced to pounce.Germany spurned a series of chances soon afterwards.Marco Reus, who hit a crucial leveller in the 2-1 win over Sweden, saw his drive deflected and Mesut Ozil saw his effort deflected off a Korean boot and out for a corner, after which goalkeeper Hyeonwoo Jo smothered desperately when Goretzka’s header found Hummels trying to pounce on the loose ball.-Mario Gomez inGermany resumed with more urgency after the interval, but despite edging closer when Loew introduced Mario Gomez just before the hour the big Stuttgart striker headed straight at Jo from Kimmich’s cross.Striker Timo Werner then met another Kimmich ball from the left byeline with a right-foot volley that skewed agonisingly wide of Jo’s upright.Germany urgency was not matched by their normal efficiency and soon legs started to tire.Loew played his final card when he introduced Mueller for Leon Goretzka.But the late changes failed to spark Germany into life as Korea hung on for a famous win that, unfortunately for the impressive Asians, saw them bow out after Sweden beat Mexico 3-0.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Gaston Ramirez Southampton flop Gaston Ramirez wants a return to Bologna, according to the player’s agent.The Uruguayan left the Italian club for St Mary’s in 2012 after Saints splashed out a record £12m fee to sign him.However, the 24-year-old has failed to make a significant impact at the club and Saints are expected to sell him in January rather than let him go for nothing next summer, when his contract expires.Bologna have been heavily linked with a move and now Ramirez’s agent, Pablo Betancourt, has revealed that would be his client’s preferred destination.“Ramirez has suffered from numerous physical problems in England and has also had to give up the national team and Copa America,” Betancourt told Radio Nettuno.“He wants to return to Italy, he’s constantly thinking about it, and when he talks about Italy he speaks of Bologna.“At Christmas, Gaston could be released and [Bologna sporting director Pantaleo] Corvino likes the player.“In Italy, Bologna is his preferred destination. It isn’t a matter of money, but the fact of being able to become an important player in a place he loves.” 1
Pogba-Bale swap deal would be ‘mistake’ as Man United ace linked with Real Madrid 6 Restaurants also feature in the complex lack of bottle Champions League Super Computer: Will Liverpool, Chelsea, City and Spurs qualify? return PREDICTED The new urinals at the Santiago Bernabeu Bale spotted on Real bench doing ‘bottle flip challenge’ as he Bernabeu exit 6 6 LEDs will cover the metal shell 6 The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star Latest Real Madrid News Inside will see a 360 degree screen lining the roof 6 g.o.a.t 6 El Clasico Thousands of pro-Catalan protesters make their voice heard before El Clasico ROWDY in the hat REVEALED All of Lionel Messi’s incredible records against Real Madrid ahead of El Clasico The planned new stadium will have a medal exterior Real Madrid have installed TV screens on the urinals at the Bernabeu as an initial part of their extensive stadium redesign.Los Blancos are redeveloping their historic ground over the course of the next few years, at an estimated cost of around €400million (£355million). How to watch Barcelona vs Real Madrid: Stream, channel, kick-off time, team news Eden Hazard vows to go back to Chelsea when he’s done at Real Madrid Real Madrid ‘offer’ Isco to Chelsea in bid to ‘make room’ for Tottenham star WARNING There will also be various shopping outlets inside Champions League live reaction: Liverpool, City, Chelsea and Spurs learn fate One of the first steps taken to modernise the arena has been to put screens in the toilets so that match-going fans can leave their seats midway through the 90 minute games if necessary, but still not miss any of the action.The small televisions will broadcast live footage of the game happening outside, so no Madridistas will ever suffer the tragedy of missing a goal to go to the bathroom ever again.Los Blancos’ plans for their new stadium were initially announced in 2014, though the project then hit a stumbling block.Madrid are now ready to proceed with the idea again, as they plan to convert their old stadium into a giant metallic structure.The new Bernabeu, will reportedly cost €400m (£355m) and feature a 360-degree video screen, retractable roof and various shopping facilities.Take a look at some of the design images below. REAL DEAL
The threesome spent the past four seasons together at the University of Denver, where they helped lead the Pioneers to back-to-back NCAA championships the last two years. Now, they are in Long Beach, looking for a spot on the opening-night roster and, if things work out just right, possibly another title. While many people feel that three’s a crowd, Ice Dogs rookies Jeff Drummond, Jonathan Foster and Kevin Ulanski think that three is something else, like a charm. Call them the “Three Amigos,” the “Three Musketeers,” or as some teammates have dubbed the trio, “Denver,” they don’t seem to care. They are just happy to be in Long Beach going through training camp with the hopes of playing together for yet another season. “It’s not like we planned it,” said Ulanski, a 5-foot-11, 190-pound winger who tallied 33 goals and 77 assists in 149 career games with Denver. The “D-ers’ weren’t recruited as one by Ice Dogs coach Malcolm Cameron, who also tried to land Denver’s Matt Laatsch. It’s just the way it worked out. “We were all in the same boat,” Ulanski said. “We weren’t going to the AHL and we didn’t know much about pro hockey. But Malcolm was one of the first coaches to contact all three of us.” Cameron recruited each player separately. There was no package deal, no buy-two-get-one-free kind of thing. In fact, it wasn’t until they compared notes that they knew that the Ice Dogs were interested in each of them. They could have gone separate ways, but, obviously, chose not to. Foster was the first to sign, then the other two fell in line shortly thereafter. “We talked about which coaches we were talking to and looked to see where each guy fit in best,” said Drummond, a 5-7, 170-pound winger who spent most of last year on a line with Ulanski and finished his college career with 44 goals and 43 assists. “Malcolm told us how he was building a championship team and we wanted to be part of that.” There were some other tangible things that brought them here. The jump from college hockey to the pro game can be tough, and they figured that being together could help ease some of that. “It makes the transition into pro hockey a little easier if you know some of the guys,” said Foster, a 5-10, 185-pound winger who posted 44 goals and 34 assists in college. Clearly, they get along well a lot like brothers, with plenty of ribbing to go around. They live in the same apartment complex and ride to and from the rink together. But for the first time, they are truly competing against each other. Cameron needs to make a handful of roster cuts to get down to 20 players by early next week. As rookies, they might be more vulnerable to being released than more experienced players. But what if one or just two make it? They understand how it works. “We don’t talk about that at all,” Ulanski said. “Whatever happens, happens. We support each other and we all expect to make the team.” Added Foster: “We are going out there and playing our games and hoping it all works out.” Each player brings something different to the team. Ulanski is “an inspirational type of player, the Energizer Bunny,” Cameron said. “He causes havoc and creates offense because of his forecheck. He is very well-rounded.” Foster “is a gifted shooter; he’s got a great shot,” Cameron said. “He needs to manufacture some goals and be a presence on special teams and offer some good defense as well.” And as for Drummond, “there is no hiding it that he is a small guy, a skill guy,” Cameron said. “He has to utilize his speed and skill and try to be offensive. That’s his forte.” So far, Cameron has liked what he has seen in all three, and he certainly likes their intangibles, having won NCAA titles. “We are lucky all three chose to come here,” he said. “I like good rookies and I like guys who know how to win. That’s what I’m looking for in a player.” 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 MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Spooky Family Crafting event will feature Halloween stamping on cookies, 1-2:30 p.m. today at Timeless Memories, 24922 Anza Drive, No. B, Valencia. Cost: $15 for one adult and one child; $2 for each additional cookie and $5 for each additional child. Call (661) 295-8490 or visit www.timelessmems.com. “I Sincerely Doubt That This Old House is Very Haunted” will be presented, 2 p.m. today and 6:30 p.m. Sunday at the Canyon Theatre Guild, 24242 San Fernando Road, Newhall. Tickets: $10-$13 for adults and $8-$10 for students and seniors. Call (661) 799-2702. Free Halloween photos of pets, 2-5 p.m. today during the grand opening of Seco Canyon Animal Clinic, 27935 Seco Canyon Road, Santa Clarita. Costumes are available or bring your own. Call (661) 296-8848. Halloween event will feature a costume contest for all ages, 3 p.m.; a diaper dash for babies and toddlers, 3:30 p.m.; and an open gym session for all ages, 4 p.m. today at Anti-Gravity Sports Complex, 27927 Smyth Drive, Valencia. Following the gym session will be carnival games, pizza, a scary movie and a haunted house. Cost: $35. Call (661) 702-0123. Halloween Funfest and costume contest, 4-5:30 p.m. today at Chesebrough Park, 23505 Sunset Hills Drive, Valencia. Call Steve Treatman at (661) 297-1699. Halloween party for kids, 5-7 p.m. and for adults 21 and over, 8 p.m.-close today at The Londoner, 18511 Soledad Canyon Road, Canyon Country. Cost: $5. Proceeds will benefit the Yes I Can program at Golden Valley High School. Call (661) 755-4813. Halloween Bash will feature a costume contest, bobbing for discounts, ghoulish goodies and comic book signings, 5 p.m. today at Brave New World Comics, 23566 Lyons Ave., Newhall. Call (661) 259-4745. Parents Without Partners Halloween party, 7 p.m. today at the home of club President Melda Somers, 23939 Windward Lane, Valencia. Call (661) 253-1301. Haunted Jailhouse & Halloween Carnival will feature department displays, game booths, a costume contest and hauntingly fun jail cells, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday at the Santa Clarita Valley sheriff’s station, 23740 W. Magic Mountain Parkway, Valencia. A $1 donation is requested. Call (661) 255-1121. Harvest party will feature games, food and candy with the theme “Hail to Our Heroes,” 6-8 p.m. Monday at New Life Assembly of God Church, 27053 Honby Ave., Canyon Country. Call (661) 251-2770. To submit an event to the Daily News Halloween Calendar, contact Sharon Cotal at (661) 257-5256, fax her at (661) 257-5262, e-mail her at email@example.com or write her at 24800 Avenue Rockefeller, Valencia, CA 91355. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Fright Fest will feature live entertainment, ghosts, goblins, mazes and plenty of spooky special effects, today, Sunday and Monday at Six Flag California’s Magic Mountain, 26101 Magic Mountain Parkway, Valencia. Admission: $49.99. Parking: $10. Call (661) 255-4111. “Frankenstein” will be presented, 8 p.m. today at the Canyon Theatre Guild, 24242 San Fernando Road, Newhall. Tickets: $10-$13 for adults and $8-$10 for students and seniors. Call (661) 799-2702. Santa Clarita Valley Business Group Fall Fest Expo will feature a pancake breakfast, business booths, a bounce house and more – all with the theme “Trick or Treat” – 9 a.m.-1 p.m. today at Creative Years Nursery School, 21710 Golden Triangle Road, Santa Clarita. Call Katri Tyni at (661) 254-0718 Or Kym Cappi at (661) 251-5929. Lombardi Ranch will offer thousands of pumpkins to choose from, wagon rides, face painting, a petting zoo, pony rides and Scarecrow Alley, today and Sunday at 29527 Bouquet Canyon Road, Saugus. Admission is free, with a small fee for certain activities. Call (661) 296-8697.
Fionan LynchDonegal man Fionán Lynch has been appointed to the US Embassy in Ireland Youth Council.The Youth Council comprises a diverse cross-section of young people, including students, young entrepreneurs, civil society members, and government representatives who have been nominated to the US Embassy because they ‘characterise the promising future of Ireland.’ Fionán Lynch is the son of Letterkenny’s Independent Town Councillor Jim Lynch, previous Chairperson of the Northern Regional Council of Young Fine Gael, currently studying International Relations in Dublin City University and worked with Fine Gael T.D for Kilkenny/Carlow John Paul Phelan in his office in Leinster House for six months.Fionán was nominated to the position as a representative of SpunOut, a not-for-profit organisation representing young people on campaigns and easy access to relevant, reliable, and non-judgemental advice on a wide range of issues via their website SpunOut.ie“I was delighted to receive the nomination on behalf of SpunOut, with these things you always just assume there is someone more experienced and talented lining up for it, so it was a bit of a shock. None the less now that I’m there I intend to represent the region to the best of my ability.“Growing up in a periphery county such as Donegal I feel I have a very unique perspective on the council on issues such as mental health. youth unemployment and relations with Northern Ireland which this youth council tries to integrate.” Youth Councils have been created at U.S. Embassies and Consulates worldwide to encourage a two-way dialogue with emerging young leaders to help find solutions to shared challenges.The U.S. Department of State’s Office of Global Youth Issues seeks to work through U.S. Missions and Youth Councils around the world to help empower and support young people as they transform their communities in positive ways with their ideas, energy, and talent.The Irish Youth Council was launched by the then Secretary of State Hilary Clinton and the US Embassy in Dublin in December 2012 and is the 50th of its kind around the world DONEGAL MAN APPOINTED TO US EMBASSY IN IRELAND YOUTH COUNCIL was last modified: May 6th, 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:Cllr Jim LynchdonegalFionan LynchSpunOutUS Embassy
This week Donegal Daily’s fitness guru gives you three recipes that you can use to make a healthy and delicious, day of food.The one thing that I hear time and time again is that people find it hard to make healthy food taste good.So, here is a full day of food It has everything from breakfast to dessert and not only is it healthy AND tastes great, but I have also got the calories, protein, carbs and fat worked out for you. We will start with Breakfast and these are a favourite of my Rushe Fitness members in our Lean in 2019 program.The next one starts on April 1st and you can book your place through the link belowhttps://www.rushefitness.ie/class/lean-in-2019-gym-plan/.BACON ‘N’ EGG MUFFINSINGREDIENTS 6 Eggs2 rashers of Bacon1 small Onion, finely diced1 tsp dried Oregano½ tsp of Chilli Powder 1 tbsp Olive OilHOW TO PREPAREPreheat oven to 180c (160f), 350f, Gas Mark 4. Line a muffin tinwith 4 paper cases.In a bowl whisk the eggs & seasoning together.In a small frying pan, using the olive oil, fry the bacon until crispy. Allow time to cool slightly. And chop/crumble the bacon.Add the bacon & onion to the egg mix. Beat well & dividebetween the 4 muffin cases. Bake in the oven for 10-15 minutes until firm.Serve with a nice cup of coffee and you are good to go.X KCAL XG FAT XG PROTEIN XG CARBS124KCAL – 13.2G FAT – 10.2G PROTEIN – 3.2G CARBS – SERVES 2Next on the menu will be lunch and we will be having a light lunch because dinner will be fit for a King.SATAY CHICKEN STICKSINGREDIENTS6 Chicken Drumsticks, skin removed6 Chicken Thighs, skin removedMarinade1 Lime, zest & juice2 Lemongrass stalks, chopped5cm fresh Ginger, peeled &chopped3 Garlic Cloves2 tbsp Nut Butter160ml Coconut Cream1 tsp Turmeric1 tsp Cumin1 tbsp dried CorianderHOW TO PREPARESlash cuts into flesh of drumsticks & thighs. Place in large dish.In a blender add all marinade ingredients & blend untilsmooth.Pour marinade over the chicken & rub it in. Place in fridge forat least 2 hours.Heat oven to 190c (170 fan), 375f, Gas Mark 5.Line baking sheet(s) with foil & roast chicken for 1 hour and serve.302 KCAL – 17G FAT – 34G PROTEIN – 3G CARB PER THIGH AND DRUMSTICKNow we come to dinner and as we have been good all morning, we are going to treat ourselves.This isn’t just any steak… It will be the best steak you have ever tasted.CHIMICHURRI STEAKINGREDIENTS2x200g Irish Sirloin Steaks1 tbsp Olive OilPinch of Rock SaltDressing½ bunch of Parsley, chopped2 tsp crushed Garlic½ Onion, finely chopped½ Red Pepper, finely chopped125ml Olive Oil2 tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar1 tbsp dried Chilli FlakesHOW TO PREPAREMake Chimichurri dressing by thoroughly mixing together all theingredients in a small bowl.Heat a grill pan/griddle on medium heat. Rub steaks with oil. Seasonwith rock salt. Cook on griddle.Serve with the dressing.Steak Cooking TimesRare – 3 minutes one side & flip. Cook for 2-3 minsMedium – 4 mins one side & flip. Cook for 3-4 mins.Well Done – 5 mins both sides.545 KCAL – 33G FAT – 61G PROTEIN – 2G CARBS SERVES 2You will be serving this with some;Mustard Mash Potatoes.INGREDIENTS400g White Potatoes, peeled& quartered100ml Milk75g Butter2 tbsp Dijon MustardHOW TO PREPARE In a pan bring slightly salted water to the boil & addthe potato. Cook for 10-12 mins until the potato is softenough to mash.Drain the potatoes, add butter, milk & mustard &mash thoroughly.218 KCAL – 12G FAT – 4G PROTEIN – 25G CARBS – SERVES 4MINT SMASHED PEASINGREDIENTS50g Garden Peas1 tsp Butter1tsp dried MintHOW TO PREPAREBoil peas for 3 mins in a small saucepan.Thoroughly drain.Add butter & dried mint, stir in and then mash withfork or potato masher until smashed in appearance.117KCAL – 8G FAT – 3G PROTEIN – 7G CARBS – SERVERS 1Finally, what would dinner be without a dessert?BANANA ICE-CREAMINGREDIENTS4 ripe Bananas50g Almonds2 tbsp Maple Syrup2 tsp Maple Syrup100ml tinned CoconutCream1 tsp Vanilla ExtractHOW TO PREPAREPeel & slice bananas & place them in the freezer for 3 hours.Put almonds in food processor & grind them. Or use50g of ground almonds. Mix the almonds with two tspof syrup. And set to one side.In a clean food processor mix the frozen bananaswith coconut milk, vanilla & 2 tbsp of syrup.Serve immediately & top with the almond mixture.279 KCAL – 12G FAT – 5G PROTEIN – 35G CARBS – SERVES 4And there you have it.A healthy and delicious day of food and everything worked out for you.Give them a try and be sure to let me know what you think of them.#Leanin2019My Members get recipes like these and more in our Lean in 2019 program.The next one starts on April 1st and you can sign up now through the link below.https://www.rushefitness.ie/class/lean-in-2019-gym-plan/DD Fitness: Real healthy recipes was last modified: March 10th, 2019 by Emmet RusheShare 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:dd fitnessDonegal fitnessfitnesshealthy eatinghealthy living
Paul Smith has been told he will make a huge mistake if he attempts to trade punches with George Groves in their Bonfire Night showdown at Wembley Arena.Hammersmith’s Groves defends his British and Commonwealth super-middleweight titles – and his unbeaten professional record – against the tough Liverpudlian a week on Saturday.Smith, 29, was the British champion before losing to James DeGale, who was narrowly outpointed by Groves in their May grudge match.“I’m going to break him down and then knock him out.”Despite being outclassed by DeGale and stopped in nine rounds, Smith has been tipped by many to cause Groves problems because of his aggressive style.But Groves told West London Sport: “He’ll fight in a style where he’ll throw shots but end up taking shots too – and if he does that it’ll be a mistake, because the shots I’m going to be landing he won’t be able to absorb for 12 rounds.“Those punches will have a cumulative effect. I’m going to break him down and then knock him out.”Smith has bounced back strongly from the DeGale defeat, knocking out Paul Samuels and Hungarian Jozsef Matolcsi in the first round, improving his record to 31-2.He says he has what it takes to inflict the first defeat of Groves’ career and put himself in the frame for a world title shot.“I feel he is an overrated fighter who had a one-off performance against DeGale,” Smith declared.A win would move Groves a step closer to a world title shot“DeGale is an awkward fighter to face. When you get in the ring he surprises you with the shots he throws. Groves had the advantage having sparred with him in the past – there was no shock factor.“His win against DeGale does not give me any nightmares. I know I have the style to beat him. He leaves himself open.”But Groves countered: “I think he’s saying that to use it as motivation for himself because he knows he’s in for a tough night.“He also knows that after losing his title last year, he’s not going to get too many opportunities to get back to where he wants to be.“For that reason it’ll be a tough fight and he’ll be up for it, but I know what I need to do.”
Entering her senior season, Schoenhofer has … Eureka >> St. Bernard’s Academy standout basketball star Makenna Schoenhofer has fulfilled a lifelong dream.After graduation, the senior will be playing NCAA Division I basketball.Schoenhofer signed to play with the Seattle University Redhawks of the Western Athletic Conference at a ceremony at the school Monday evening.“This was my dream ever since I could hold a basketball in my hand,” Schoenhofer said. “I couldn’t be more thankful.”