Air Niugini netball team gets new uniforms

first_imgThe PX girls beat Theodist two weeks ago in a thriller match by one point, 25-24 to secure a spot in the grand finale.Theodist went on to play Deloittes last weekend and came out winners,  and so they will be challenging the PX girls again this Sunday to see who takes home the shield.Air Niugini were the minor premiers of Division 2 and the girls now look forward to taking on Theodist in the grand final.Early this month, the PX team received a new set of uniforms from the airline’s Customers and Markets Department.The ladies were all smiles when receiving uniforms from ANG Marketing Manager,  Nori Maniana who congratulated them for making it to the grand final and for promoting the company’s brand in sports.Maniana said “We are pleased to know that our girls have secured a spot in the grand final and wish them all the best for the game this Sunday. The new netball uniform reflects Air Niugini’s corporate colour and it’s a great way to promote good sportsmanship as ANG brand ambassadors on the sports field.”Air Niugini Team Coach and player, Christabella Amona thanked the company for sponsoring their team this year. She said the girls have committed themselves to ensure they remain in the competition and make it to the grand finale, adding that the new uniforms only boost their morale to play even harder.“We acknowledge Air Niugini for the support and will do our best in the grand finale to win the game. We would also like to encourage all PX staff and families to come along and support us.” Ms Amona said.Air Niugini fielded two teams in the competition this year including division 2 and 3 respectively.The Port Moresby Private Netball competition comprises 73 teams, challenging each other in 11 divisions. The participants represent various private companies operating in the nation’s capital.last_img read more

Cheers Bar reopens this weekend

first_imgScores of Guyanese are expected to flock the recently renovated Cheers Bar and Grill this weekend as the entity and sporting facility reopens its doors to the public after a period of brief closure.Already, two major concept parties are billed for the venue. These parties are slated to be hosted as part of wider activities for Mashramani 2018.“We have been receiving hundreds of calls and we understand that people appreciate our party concepts and the entertainment they provide, especially to our younger folk,” the Manager said.She said her aim is to ensure that people are comfortable whenever they visit the entertainment spot because providing an incident free service is very important and pivotal to the overall success of a business venture.Apart from the mouth-watering delicacies that are offered, the Manager also related that there will be several promotions that would see patrons wining free prizes and drinks over the weekend.“We run a clean and honest venture that caters to people from all walks of life. We respect our competitors but we know that we are the best and we strive to ensure that the playing field is levelled as we promote our bar and our ventures,” the Manager related.Cheers Bar and Grill, located at Montrose, Railway Embankment, East Coast Demerara, will open its gates from 16:00h on Saturday.last_img read more

Trigger happy electrician remanded

first_imgAn electrician appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts to answer to the charge of discharging a loaded firearm.Clifford McPherson appeared before Magistrate JudyLatchman where he pleaded not guilty to the charge, which stated that on July 6, 2016, at Oronoque Street, Bourda, Georgetown, he discharged a loaded firearm at the Virtual Complainant (VC), Ernice Barnwell, with the intent to maim, disable, disfigure or cause grievous bodily harm.The prosecution’s case contended that the defendant and the VC are known to each other and on the day in question, an argument over money ensued, leading to the incident. In a bail application, the court heard that McPherson is a father of four who shares a common-law relationship with the mother of his children and resides at Lot 707 B Field, Sophia, Greater Georgetown.However, the Prosecution objected to bail on the grounds that the defendant may interfere with the prosecution’s case and its only witness. He was remanded to prison.last_img read more

Liverpool, Lille hold talks over Origi’s return

first_imgThe striker, 19, joined the Reds in a £10m deal last year but was loaned back to the French club for this season.“There has been some discussion but there is nothing to report,” Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers said. “The agreement was for him to stay there so we will see how that works.“If not we have the players here and we will go with what we have got.”Liverpool are light in attack, with Daniel Sturridge a long-term injury absentee and Mario Balotelli and Rickie Lambert delivering just four goals between them.-Rodgers on Balotelli-Balotelli has been linked with a move away from Anfield this month but Rodgers, whose side travels to Aston Villa this weekend, has ruled that out.“Mario is a good guy and he’s not scored the goals he or we would have wanted,” he said.“But we are determined to help him find the solution here so he certainly won’t be going anywhere in January.”-Rodgers on Steven Gerrard loan deal-Liverpool chief executive Ian Ayre says it is “conceivable” Steven Gerrard could return to the club on loan following his move to Los Angeles Galaxy.“I have nothing more to say on the situation. Steven is still very much at the club so I’m not speculating on when he comes back after leaving.”-Rodgers on Daniel Sturridge’s fitness-Sturridge has not played since the end of August due to injury.“He’s not ready to play as of yet, but he’s working well, so hopefully in the near future he’ll be ready. He’s back in the final stages of his rehab here at the club, but there is no time on it yet.”-BBC Sport-0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000LONDON, January 15 – Liverpool have held talks with Lille over the possibility of Divock Origi moving to Anfield this month.last_img read more

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Victory for Tottenham at Liverpool would not worry Chelsea – Mauricio Pochettino

first_imgFor your chance to win £100K, sign up to play Dream Team Europe Fantasy FootballMauricio Pochettino accepts Chelsea will not be worried about Tottenham even if his side seal a crunch victory at Liverpool on Saturday.Spurs face Jurgen Klopp’s men at Anfield this weekend looking to reduce a nine-point gap behind Antonio Conte’s Premier League leaders, who travel to relegation strugglers Burnley on Sunday.With 14 games left, the Blues’ advantage seems almost insurmountable, particularly given they are unbeaten in the six games since losing to Tottenham at the start of the year.Liverpool’s recent slump would appear to offer Spurs the perfect opportunity to register their first victory at Anfield since 2011.But Pochettino insists even success will not set any nerves jangling in west London.“Chelsea aren’t worried about that,” Pochettino said.“It is true that Conte wants to keep the motivation high and keep them pushing and fighting, but I think they are worried about themselves.”Pochettino added: “It is not about sending a message to Chelsea. We are competing with ourselves, like we were last season.“We are our own enemies and if we win, we win. It is important to be focused on ourselves.“It is true in the last four or five games when you need to reduce the gap you are not only thinking of winning games, you are looking to reduce the gap to your opponent.“But today it is about you. You need to be able to keep that level about winning, winning, winning games, then hope afterwards that Chelsea drop points.”Anything less than a win will see Chelsea extend their lead into double figures with a victory at Turf Moor 24 hours later. Pochettino, however, maintains nothing will be decided this weekend.“It’s not decisive,” the Argentinian said. “There are lots of games ahead, but it will be important.“If we win it will be important to keep good a position and put pressure on Chelsea, it’s true. It’s not decisive but it’s important.”If Chelsea prove uncatchable, Tottenham will want to secure Champions League qualification again, as well as winning the race for second – something they failed to do last year.Victory over Liverpool will see Spurs move seven points clear of their out-of-sorts opponents, who have managed just one triumph in 10 matches.“I’m thinking about the top of the table,” Pochettino said. “That is not the problem today, to be seven points (ahead of Liverpool).“The important thing is to win as the objective is to reduce the gap to Chelsea and for that we need to be ready to fight. It will be a very, very, very difficult game.“They’re not in a good run but Liverpool have very good players. For me it is one of best squads not only in England but in Europe.“They will be motivated as Tottenham against Liverpool is always a big match.”Liverpool’s dramatic dip in form has prompted questions about the players’ ability to sustain the intensity Klopp demands, and a lack of leadership in the squad.Tottenham endured a similar malaise in October when injuries to key players disrupted the team’s rhythm, and Pochettino is backing the Reds also to bounce back.“I cannot explain about another team that is not mine,” Pochettino said.“I can only say we have same problem in November, when we play for the Champions League. After Manchester City (2-0 home win on October 2) I think it was seven, eight games without a victory.“During the whole season always every club can have ups and downs. For us it was the same.“They are a very good team, they have very good players and they will be motivated like us.“We need to be ready to fight because it’s a different game when you play Liverpool against Tottenham. You need to be ready to fight.” 1 Spurs could temporarily move six points behind the league leaders last_img read more

Antonio Conte insists he is committed to Chelsea as he quashes Inter Milan links

first_img1 Antonio Conte celebrates a Chelsea win Antonio Conte has reiterated his commitment to building on his strong first season at Chelsea despite repeated rumours of a return to Italy.The 47-year-old former Juventus and Italy head coach has been linked with a move to Inter Milan after impressing in his first season in England, which could yet end with a league and cup double.Conte signed a three-year contract a year ago before taking up his position last July, and is adamant this is just the start of his career at Stamford Bridge.Conte told Sky Sport Italia: “Now we are fighting hard. We’re trying to finish this season by achieving something great and unexpected.“Then we will certainly try to build something great together.”Asked if that meant next season, Conte said: “Yes, for the next season.”Chelsea lead the Premier League by seven points from Tottenham – their FA Cup semi-final opponents later this month – and need 18 more to mathematically be certain of the title.last_img read more

Extra Time with Raman and Grant: Would Celtic change model for Moyes?

first_imgShould the Celtic board decide against handing Deila a third campaign in charge in Glasgow’s east end then would they rip up the club’s transfer policy and structure to accommodate the former Manchester United man?Are potential candidates already jockeying for position in anticipation of any summer change at Celtic Park?Let us know your thoughts using #ExtraTime You are into Extra Time with Raman Bhardwaj and Grant Russell, our brand new online sports show debating the day’s main talking point.David Moyes has admitted the Celtic job will always be appealing to him but insists certain conditions would have to be met for him to step into the Parkhead hotseat.Ronny Deila’s men are still striving for a domestic double this term but a tight title race with Aberdeen and poor results in Europe has seen the Norwegian come under pressure with some fans voicing their frustration in recent weeks.Moyes’ comments come on the day that former Celtic boss Neil Lennon parted company with Bolton while ex-Hoops defender Malky Mackay claimed managing the Scottish champions would be a “dream”.last_img read more

Listen: Donegal hurling manager Ardal McDermott looks ahead to Division 3A final

first_imgDonegal senior hurling manager Ardal McDermott expects his team to grasp the chance in Saturday’s Allianz Hurling League Division 3A final against Tyrone (Celtic Park, 2pm).Donegal, Tyrone and Monaghan all finished level on eight points, but Donegal and Tyrone advanced to the decider on score difference.Relegated from Division 2B last year, Donegal are keen to get back on the promotion bus again; a chance that will present itself in the form of a play-off if they capture the title on Saturday. The final had originally been pencilled in for Carrick-on-Shannon, but the more sensible option of Celtic Park has since been chosen.Donegal lost 14 players from their 2016 panel for a variety of reasons, but additions such as Declan Coulter, a former Armagh All-Star, and Tipperary native Davin Flynn, have made the changing of the guard a seamless move.“We said that we were a team in transition, but we focussed on performances and we knew that we wouldn’t be far away from the League final if we played how we could,” McDermott told Donegal Daily.“It might have be more difficult than we’d have hoped, but we’ve managed to get to the League final. “The final is there to be won. This is where you want to be. You want the pressure of the big occasion. We’re looking forward to it. It’s chance to show off the work that we’ve put in.“I don’t think we’ll be found wanting at the weekend.”Donegal won 2-14 to 0-15 when the teams met at O’Donnell Park, while Tyrone won the corresponding fixture by two points, 1-12 to 1-10, at Garvaghey.Listen to the full interview below …Listen: Donegal hurling manager Ardal McDermott looks ahead to Division 3A final was last modified: March 31st, 2017 by Chris McNultyShare 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:Ardal McDermottdonegalTyronelast_img read more

Letterkenny’s O’Hehirs Bakery launch their revamped café

first_imgOn Friday, O’Hehirs Bakery on Main Street, Letterkenny launched their revamped café. They set out on a mission to break the world record for how fast a person can eat an entire jam donut. The current record is 11.46 seconds. The people of Letterkenny were unsuccessful for now, with the hope it returns again soon! The Letterkenny bakery has all your Christmas essentials from cakes to tasty sandwiches.Why not pop into O’Hehirs and check out their new Café this festive break?Check out their Facebook for more information – https://www.facebook.com/OHehirsBakery/ Letterkenny’s O’Hehirs Bakery launch their revamped café was last modified: December 15th, 2018 by Staff WriterShare 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:letterkennyO’Hehirslast_img read more