The matter arose from the Blues’ fiery clash with Manchester United at Stamford Bridge on October 28 with Chelsea making a complaint based on reports from their players. Clattenburg did not referee for four weeks while the FA investigated but the governing body determined the official had no case to answer. Police also dropped their separate inquiry and Chelsea later issued a statement expressing regret at the way it was handled. Since resuming duties Clattenburg has been eligible to referee Chelsea but five months have passed before being appointed to another fixture involving the London club by the Professional Game Match Officials Limited. Chelsea have no issue with the appointment and are ready to welcome Clattenburg back to Stamford Bridge. In a joint statement issued with the Premier League and PGMOL last November, the club said: “Chelsea FC made it clear they would welcome Mark Clattenburg back to Stamford Bridge in the future and PGMOL would have no issue in appointing him to a Chelsea FC match going forward.” Mark Clattenburg is to referee this Sunday’s clash between Chelsea and Swansea, the Premier League has confirmed. It will be the official’s first match involving Chelsea since last autumn’s racism row involving John Obi Mikel. Clattenburg was accused of using “inappropriate language” towards Mikel but was cleared by the Football Association. Press Association
Former hurling goalkeeper Brendan Cummins says it was always going to be difficult to ring fence April for club games. A former Tipp All Star says the congestion facing club fixtures in the Premier next month was always likely to happen.The weather hit National Hurling and Football Leagues have both been delayed with the finals set to take place next month which had been set aside for club games in Tipperary.The Tipp hurlers take on Dublin in the League quarter final tomorrow while the footballers are away to Cavan in the 7th round of the league. Photo: Cappawhite GAA Twitter
At the other end, Mike Mutebi’s changes paid off as two substitutes Hakim Ssenkumba and Akinyemi combined to give the Kasasiro a win.KCCA can now afford to lose one of their remaining two games but still win the league in case Vipers stutter again.The ten time league champions don’t return to action until May 24 when they visit rivals Express at Wankulukuku, a stadium they have lost four points this season.SC Villa stay 10th on the 16 team log with 36 points but have five games in hand over the log leaders.SC Villa XI: Nicholas Ssebwato (GK), Paul Mbowa, Isaac Muleme, Henry Katongole, Jonathan Mugabi (C), Godfrey Lwesibawa, Abel Eturude, Mike Sserumaga (Martin Kizza), Karim Ndugwa (AbdulKarim Kasule), Ambrose Kirya andKCCA XI: Benjamin Ochan (GK), Denis Okot (C), Habib Kavuma, Martin Mpuuga, Sakka Mpiima (Petit Wanok), Ivan Ntege, Paul Mucureezi (Hakim Senkumba), Jackson Nunda, Muzamiru Mutyaba, Ceaser Okhuti (Sulaimon Akinyemi) and Derrick Nsibambi.Share on: WhatsApp Pages: 1 2 By UPL co ugSC Villa 0 KCCA 1Substitute Sulaimoni Akinyemi scored seven minutes to time as KCCA stuttering Azam Uganda Premier League (UPL) title charge sparked back to life with a slim 1-0 win over rivals SC Villa at Nakivubo.KCCA lead the standings with 55 points, five more than second placed Vipers who were held to a barren stalemate by JMC Hippos in Kakindu with two games remaining.The first half saw no difference in both sides although they should have scored through half chances created.Karim Ndugwa tamely shot at Benjamin Ochan inside the first minute after a mistake by Martin Mpuuga while Derrick Nsibambi headed over the bar after 22 minutes although he looked better placed to meet Habib Kavuma’s cross.Earlier, Paul Mucureezi had shot direct at goalie Nicholas Sebwato after chest controlling Denis Okot cross from the right.The best chance of the half fell to Nsibambi who failed to keep his shot low when he received a well lofted pass from Ceaser Okhuti.After recess, SC Villa dominated in terms of creating opportunities but were lethargic in front of goal.Not even the introduction of Martin Kizza for Mike Sserumaga and AbdulKarim Kasule for Ndugwa did make a change for the Blues.
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Facebook66Tweet0Pin1Submitted by The Washington Center for the Performing ArtsNational Endowment for the Arts Acting Chairman Mary Anne Carter has approved more than $27 million in grants as part of the Arts Endowment’s first major funding announcement for fiscal year 2019. Included in this announcement is a Challenge America grant of $10,000 to the Washington Center for the Performing Arts. Challenge America grants support projects that extend the reach of the arts to underserved populations—those whose opportunities to experience the arts are limited by geography, ethnicity, economics, or disability.“The arts enhance our communities and our lives, and we look forward to seeing these projects take place throughout the country, giving Americans opportunities to learn, to create, to heal, and to celebrate,” said Mary Anne Carter, acting chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts.Jill Barnes, Executive Director of the Washington Center, says, “The importance of the NEA cannot be understated. Artists and arts organizations rely on a diverse stream of funding. This grant will expose students and youth to different cultures and explore new types of artistic expression. This is how students learn and grow, and enhances their education.”The Washington Center will use NEA funding to support their Creative Connections program, which links underserved Thurston-County students with professional touring artists. Upcoming performances with educational student programs include a private classroom Q & A with Ira Glass, and virtuoso ukulele performer Taimane on May 16. Taimane has the ability to morph genres – from classical to rock to flamenco – and stretch her instrument far beyond the familiar melodies of Hawaii, where she grew up. Gardner’s musical experience will convey to students that one can transcend expectations of what anyone, or any instrument, can and should do.The Washington Center partners with local school districts to engage Title 1 schools and K-12 students in the Olympia area as well as local institutions of higher learning. Free tickets to economically disadvantaged families will be available for the associated public performances through area service organizations.For more information on this National Endowment for the Arts grant announcement, visit arts.gov/news.
Story Links The final set started close as well until the Bulldogs found the accelerator and pushed it to the tune of a 12-2 run that opened up a 15-5 lead. The Bulldogs did not let up in cruising to the 25-16 win in the third set to sweep Hampton, 3-0. Full Schedule Roster Next Game: Box Score (HTML) Box Score (PDF) Preview The Bulldogs return to the court to continue play at the JMU Invitational Saturday, Sept. 2, at 9 a.m. against Cornell. The team will then face host JMU at 6:30 p.m. to conclude the two-day event. vs. Cornell University 9/2/2017 – 9 a.m. HARRISONBURG, Va. – The Drake University volleyball team swept Hampton, 3-0, to open play at the JMU Invitational Friday afternoon in Harrisonburg, Va. The win pushed the Bulldogs to 4-1 to open the season as the team prevailed by set scores of 25-22, 27-25, 25-16. The Bulldogs hit .247 as a team with Missouri Valley Conference Freshman of the Week Emily Plock (Altoona, Iowa) leading the way with 10 kills on 20 attempts. Cathryn Cheek (Coppell, Texas) added nine kills and seven digs while Paige Aspinwall (Dayton, Minn.) and Alexa Aldrich-Ingram (Iowa City, Iowa) combined for 31 assists.”I’m happy with the outcome and a 3-0 sweep today,” said Drake head coach Darrin McBroom. “We struggled some early but showed great resolve in the third set. Emily Plock and Natalie Fry had big games as freshmen today that helped us win this match.” Print Friendly Version The first set went back-and-forth early with Drake falling behind by as many as four points before the set was tied at 22-22. A kill by Plock, a Hampton error and finally a Morehead aces pushed the Bulldogs to the 25-22 win to open the match. The second set was equally contested with neither team leading by more than three points throughout the extended set in which Drake prevailed, 27-25. Kills from Inderski, Cheek and Natalie Fry (Allen, Texas) helped push the Bulldogs to the 2-0 lead in the match. Fry finished with four kills on seven attempts.
A young woman who is in a critical condition in a hospital in Indonesia has strong Donegal connections.Lisa Orsi: Fighting for her life in hospital.Lisa Orsi, from Woodside Heights in the Waterside, Derry is in a critical condition in a hospital in East Java after taking ill last Friday. Friends have set up an account to raise money to pay for her medical care.Her grandparents live in Donegal as do many of her other relations. Lisa’s mum Sharon urged people here to pray for her daughter.She thanked all those who are praying Lisa and the family.“Lisa’s suitation is possibly as bad as it could be,” said Sharon.“Unfortunately we cannot move our baby until the swelling is reduced wich is a big job. “As soon as we can, we will move Lisa to Singapore as we feel that she needs friendly voices she might recognise.“Lisa at the moment is not responding to the treatment. We are eternally grateful to you all for the support. God bless you all.”You can help them by donating here www.gogetfunding.com/project/pray-for-lisa.Lisa, a physiotherapist in Singapore, was found unconscious while on holiday in Java.Please donate what you can, even the smallest donation will go a long way. GIRL FIGHTING FOR LIFE IN INDONESIA HAS STRONG DONEGAL CONNECTIONS was last modified: February 23rd, 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:DerrydonegalhospitalLIsa Orsi
A Milford school teacher has received an award from the Irish Heart Foundation.Martin McGrory, of Loreto Community School received a Special Recognition Award from Caoimhe Rudden, Schools Officer, Irish Heart Foundation for training staff and pupils in the lifesaving skills of CPR.Loreto Community School, Milford, was the first school in Donegal to receive the award which recognises remarkable efforts in CPR promotion and training. Through its CPR 4 Schools programme, the Irish Heart Foundation is creating a generation of life savers.Caoimhe Rudden, IHF presenting Margaret O’Connor, Principal Teacher, Loreto Community School with a Special Recognition Award from the Irish Heart Foundation for training staff and pupils in the lifesaving skills of CPR. Loreto Community School, Milford, was the first school in Donegal to receive the award which recognises remarkable efforts in CPR promotion and training. Through its CPR 4 Schools programme, the Irish Heart Foundation is creating a generation of life savers. Also included are first year students Sarah McGinley and Jamie McGee who received their certificates today. Photo Clive WassonMilford teacher gets to the heart of matter with special award was last modified: November 11th, 2019 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)
The St. Bernard’s Crusaders lead 47-42 with one second remaining in Saturday’s quarterfinal playoff game against San Marin. With 0.5 seconds to play the Crusaders found themselves trailing after the Mustangs’ quarterback Matthew Sargent lobbed a last ditch fourth down pass to his receiver, Garrett Franz, who pulled it down in the back of the end zone to send the Crusaders back to Humboldt County and his team through to the North Coast Section Division-IV semifinal round with a memorable 49-47 …