The Academy fly half has made three first team appearances for Bristol during the campaign, as well as featuring for Bristol United in the A-League.
The Academy fly half has made three first team appearances for Bristol during the campaign, as well as featuring for Bristol United in the A-League.
See also:Mount scores winner in England Under-21 victoryLampard waiting to hear from Chelsea on Mount and TomoriChelsea’s Mount and Barkley named in England squadHemed fit to start for QPR against DerbyEze’s three big steps from Millwall reject to England Under-20 call-up Ebere Eze has impressed for QPRQPR’s Ebere Eze has been included in the England Under-20 squad.The 20-year-old forward, snapped up by Rangers after being released by Millwall in 2016, has been called up after a series of impressive performances in the Championship. The squad for matches against Italy and the Czech Republic also includes Chelsea duo Jay Dasilva and Reece James as well as goalkeeper Ellery Balcombe of Brentford.AdChoices广告The game against Italy will take place at AFC Flyde on Thursday 11 October and the match against the Czechs is in Budejovice the following Monday.Meanwhile, Chelsea’s Tammy Abraham, Jake Clarke-Salter and Fikayo Tomori have been named in the England Under-21 squad along with Fulham’s Ryan Sessegnon and Brentford defender Ezri Konsa.Aidy Boothroyd’s side will face Andorra and Scotland in European Under-21 qualifiers needing just a point to guarantee a place at next year’s tournament in Italy.They will play Andorra at Chesterfield on Thursday 11 October and Scotland at Hearts’ Tynecastle ground the following Tuesday.And Callum Hudson-Odoi is among five Chelsea players included in England’s Under-19 squad for games against Portugal and Macedonia.Young Blues Marc Guehi, Tariq Lamptey, Conor Gallagher and George McEachran are also included, as is Fulham’s Steven Sessegnon. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Another hot, humid day may be the reason that the scores were not good today as indicated by the score of 34 points which gave Craig Green the gold medal, just relegating Peter Bird to second place on count back. A surprised Alan Bartlett rang the bell back at the Billabong after coming in third with 33 points, edging Gentry Harrington on count back.Birdie ‘2’s are hard to come by at Phoenix and this week was no exception, with Thiery Petrement scooping the pool with the only one of the day.Wednesday, April 27, Green Valley – Monthly MedalIt is difficult imagine a golf course in Thailand that is not suffering from the recent high temperatures and absence of rain. Regardless of how much water comes through the sprinkler system when it is working correctly (which many sprinkler heads at Green Valley are not), this does not compensate for some good, steady rain. Green Valley is no different from any other course and there is evidence everywhere that the greens staff are having a hard time maintaining their usual high standards, with various shades of brown covering the entire course.The Courtyard team of Helmut, Dave, Jeff and Chris.Brian Chapman, who started his own financial consultancy business recently, Haven Consultants based in Nern Plubwan, is a long term supporter of the Billabong year-long competition, for the trophies are sponsored by his company.The monthly medal is something you either look forward to or approach with some trepidation. Auk Engelkes came into the latter category today, trying to remain incognito by wearing a very peculiar hat, his reasoning being that Superman can get away with wearing glasses so why not. It did not work or help his golf. Thankfully, it (the hat) is only exposed to the light of day on the King of Nederland’s birthday.A cooling breeze had the effect of reducing the temperature, well, from 40 degrees plus to 37 degrees but the unrelenting heat did not stop Miss Da from winning consecutive competitions with a fine net 65, winning by a fair margin from Miss Nu with a net 69 and Miss Karn in third with a net 70.Da, Nu and Karn with Brian Chapman.Many scores from the male contingent were the sort of performances that make you want to go to a small room and consider whether you have an aptitude for golf, but four were happy with their day’s tally. Jack Piercefield occupied fourth place with a net 70, losing to Freddy Starbeck on the same score. Lloyd Shuttleworth, in a hurry to catch a flight to Iraq, came in second with net 68 but John Deardon will play in the final next March after posting a fine net 67.The greens had recovered from the top dressing and there were three 2s, coming from Miss Saipin, Miss Yui and Barry Copestake.Friday, April 29, Plutaluang – ScramblePlaying our monthly scramble at the Plutaluang golf course and apart from a lot of us missing the turn under the railway bridge everything went smoothly. We were off to an early start and with 14 groups it was an absolute doddle for all to get out on the course.The golf course was in fantastic condition and very green with no areas of brown patches anywhere. Playing North and West loops we got a little respite from the oppressive heat from the last few weeks and with a gentle breeze blowing it made for a good day out.The scores were all in the low net 60s, with Ed Horrock, Don Hachey, Rick Hiatt and Ted Gardiner taking the third place with net 61. Next came Team Billabong consisting of the colourful Greg Ritchie, Bill Marsden, Paul Greenaway and Bob Philp taking second with net 60.6, but everyone was outscored by the team from the Courtyard of Helmut Hebstreit, Dave Done, Jeff North and Chris, with a fantastic 57.8. That’s a great round of golf guys! PSC Golf from The Billabong Golf BarMonday, April 25, Phoenix – StablefordApril 25 is a memorable day for Australians and New Zealanders for this is commemorated as ANZAC day. This date in 1915 marks the occasion when soldiers from both countries, joined others from the commonwealth, to invade Gallipoli and lost more than 8,000 men. ANZAC day has, over the years, been extended to embrace all those Australians and New Zealanders that have given their lives in various conflicts and wars throughout the world.Anyone passing the Billabong Bar at 6 a.m. this morning would have seen 25 men standing with their heads bowed for the traditional dawn service – the landing at Gallipoli started at dawn – to have a simple service of remembrance. The Colonel – Bob Pearce – recited the ‘Ode of Remembrance’, the flag was lowered by Lloyd Shuttleworth to the sounds of the ‘Last Post’ and raised again to ‘Reveille’ and the solemnity of the occasion touched everyone present. A cup of coffee and a bacon sandwich followed before leaving for Phoenix.The Australian flag flies proudly over the Billabong Bar on ANZAC Day.
The course was in great condition with fast greens and in reality there was nothing you could fault, although it was a slow day out there, and hot until the breeze came up on the back nine and made it a pleasant day. PSC Golf from BillabongFriday, Feb. 14th Burapha C & D StablefordC and D at Burapha for a change and what a difference it was to play. It is a much harder 18 holes of golf than the A and B loops. We had 5 groups playing and the scoring was very good for some and abysmal for others.We had a count back for the minor placings, all on 35 points, with Steve the consistent Giles taking 4th place. Gerry Grocott took 3rd and Nial Stuart took 2nd.The French connection came out with the cream of the crop, Thiery Petrement, taking the top spot with a fine 38 points. That is a great score around this course.There were two 2s coming from Thiery Petrement and Andrew Woodall.
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By DAVID NAGEL RUMOURS were out, around the turn of the 21st century, that the Pakenham Racing Club was on…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.
The AGM of the Claregalway Ladies GAA Committee which was held on Monday 27th November in Knockdoemore was well attended. Chairman Tony King welcomed all to the Meeting. Reports were presented to the Meeting from the Officers and all Managers. Again 2017 was a very successful year for the Club, Some of the highlights from the Managers were a big increase in numbers involved in the U8/10’s age group both players and Coaches, U-12’s despite a slow start to the Season finished the year very strong to retain the A Championship and also Fielded a very impressive Three Teams for Championship. The U-14’s won all 3 County Titles as well as the All-Ireland Sevens. Sixteens won the Championship Shield and the second U-16 Team won their League. At Minor level the Mairead Meehan Shield was retained while the Juniors took the County Junior B Title. At Senior level the highlights was the Comortas in Mayo where the Girls won the Senior Final and they also won their first Connaught Sevens, There was some disappointment not having made the Senior League or Championship Finals. One of the other highlights for the Club was the visit of the New York U-17 Ladies to the Club in August. Treasurer Maura Murphy presented a detailed balance sheet and expressed the need for more fundraising to be undertaking in 2018 in which all members need to be involved. Tributes were paid to the outgoing officers Tony King, Michael Downes and Barbara Connolly who were stepping down from their roles after having served the Club very well for the past few years., Chairperson Elaine GoldrickVice Chairperson Eugene KearneySecretary Lorna McNicholasTreasurer Maura MurphyPRO Jimmy GavinRegistrar Michael KearnsChild Welfare Officer Edel NooneCounty Board Delegates> Eugene Kearney,Helen O’RiordanU-8 Elaine GoldrickU-10 Pat & Aoife ConnollyU-12 PJ Fallon, Ray QuinnU-14 Helen O’RiordanU-16 Eugene Kearney, Christine MoranSenior/Junior TBCThe incoming Executive of Claregalway Ladies GAA. L to R Lorna McNicholas, Jimmy Gavin, Elaine Goldrick, Maura Murphy, Edel Noone and Michael Kearns.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email The following Officers and Managers were elected
Last year’s camps were attended by a record 142,000 boys and girls between the ages of six and 12, equating to roughly one in four children in Ireland. Kellogg’s and the GAA have agreed to extend their Cúl Camps partnership for a further three years. Uachtarán Chumann Lúthchleas Gael John Horan, left, with Ruth Hughes, Commercial Director, Kellogg’s, at Croke Park, in Dublin. Photo by Brendan Moran/Sportsfile The camps, which take place across all 32 counties during July and August, help youngsters learn GAA skills and play the national games in a safe and enjoyable environment with qualified coaches.A number of top inter-county footballers and hurlers have played an active role in the camps in the past and both the GAA and Kellogg’s are looking forward to another bumper year in 2018.GAA President John Horan said:”Our partnership with Kellogg’s has been a resounding success helping to take attendance figures at our Cúl Camps to unprecedented levels last year.“In seven years working together we have helped bring the Kellogg’s Cúl Camps into every home in the country boosting underage and youth participation which is one of our top priorities.“We are delighted with confirmation of the sponsorship extension and I look forward to seeing the camps continuing to go from strength to strength.”Kellogg’s has sponsored Cúl Camps since 2011, with this new deal representing an undisclosed seven-figure sum. The Cúl Camps partnership comes backed by extensive marketing and promotional support from the cereal giant, with the camps featuring on special packs of Kellogg’s Corn Flakes and Rice Krispies.Ruth Hughes, head of Kellogg’s in Ireland, said: “At Kellogg’s we are delighted to continue supporting GAA Cúl Camps and I am thrilled to see participation levels continue to rise. We support the GAA Cúl Camps because we passionately believe in getting kids out and active and, just like the GAA, we like to think Kellogg’s is at the heart of Irish communities.”Kellogg’s cereals have been available in Ireland since 1924. Today the cereal market in Ireland is worth €170 million annually, with Kellogg’s holding a 40 per cent share. The top selling Kellogg’s cereal in Ireland is Corn Flakes.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
“I feel very honored,” Ramirez said, “there are so many Latinos in Pasadena doing so many great things.” Tickets for the event are $175, and Ertll said they hope to raise $100,000 toward the center’s annual $500,000 budget. The fundraiser will be held Sept. 20 at the Pasadena Westin Hotel, 191 N. Los Robles Ave. [email protected] (626) 578-6300, Ext. 4482160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! PASADENA – El Centro de Accion Social, the city’s oldest and largest Latino community organization, will honor four Pasadena notables at its annual fundraiser on Sept. 20. Being honored for their contributions to the community are Marge Wyatt, a longtime child and family advocate; restaurateur Abel Ramirez, owner of El Portal in the Playhouse District; former three-term Pasadena Councilwoman Joyce Streator; and Dolores Hickambottom, former local representative for state Sen. Jack Scott, D-Pasadena. The theme of next month’s event, “Changing Lives Through Community Service and Education,” makes keynote speaker Ramon Cortines an ideal choice, said El Centro Executive Director Randy Ertll. “Ray has quite a legacy in Pasadena and beyond. He’s become something of a living legend,” Ertll said of the former Pasadena Unified School District superintendent, who went on to head New York City schools and was interim superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District. Cortines, now Los Angeles deputy mayor for education, youth and families, has a sound take on the role of education in the community, Ertll said. “It’s our main focus, something we do day in and day out,” Ertll said of the center’s programs for children, teens and seniors. “Public education is a timely issue, with charter and private schools and test scores so high profile.” Wyatt, who was on the school board and school board president during Cortines’ tenure as Pasadena’s schools superintendent, said maybe El Centro thought his presence made it a “nice time to say thank-you.” “I’ve spent a good many years working to improve public schools and child care services – that’s what I’m interested in,” said Wyatt, who helped develop city and state childcare plans several years ago. Ramirez, who opened El Portal after many years at the Huntington Hotel – now the Ritz-Carlton, Huntington Hotel & Spa – and as general manager at Caltech’s Athenaeum, is being honored for his entrepreneurship.
The Santa Susana Field Lab should be listed as a high-priority cleanup, with closer scrutiny by federal authorities of the site’s extensive chemical and radioactive contamination, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s regional office announced Friday. After a seven-month review of the 2,850-acre hilltop site, the EPA’s regional team found that contamination at the site poses enough of a threat to human health and the environment to be added to the National Priorities List, also called the Superfund program. Lab watchdogs and neighbors have pushed for Superfund status – which is reserved for the nation’s worst contaminated sites – that would give the EPA authority to conduct a new investigation and oversee cleanup at the lab. “For 20 years, people have been asking for this,” said Dan Hirsch of the Committee to Bridge the Gap. “A dry cleaner in my community is a Superfund site. How could this nuclear facility not be a Superfund site?” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat KingsLocated in the hills between Simi Valley and Chatsworth, the Santa Susana Field Lab opened in the 1940s for government nuclear energy research and rocket-engine testing. Those operations are now over, but the work left toxic and radioactive contamination in the soil and groundwater at the site. The cleanup has been contentious, with lawsuits and battles over how much pollution – particularly radiologically contaminated soil – lab owner Boeing and the Department of Energy can leave on the property. Under federal law, the Energy Department can supervise its own site cleanup, unless the site has Superfund status, in which case the EPA will oversee the cleanup. The agency had reviewed just the chemical pollution at the lab in 1987 and determined that the site didn’t score high enough on the hazard-ranking system. However, community activists continued to push the EPA for Superfund status, which they believed would ensure a more thorough decontamination than the Energy Department’s self-supervised cleanup. “The DOE and (Boeing) want to spend a minimum amount of money, so they use the lowest level of cleanup that they think they can get away with,” said Sheldon Plotkin, who has monitored the cleanup for the Southern California Federation of Scientists. The EPA Region 9 sent a letter to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Friday asking for his opinion and agreement to federal oversight of the lab cleanup. His office said it is now reviewing the recommendation. If the governor agrees, the EPA regional office will recommend that the Washington, D.C., office grant Superfund status. Still, the governor could disagree and instead request that the field lab’s chemical cleanup remain under state control. The U.S. Department of Energy has authority over the radiological cleanup. “I think the site is definitely polluted enough to merit Superfund status,” said state Sen. Sheila Kuehl, D-Los Angeles, who said she hopes the governor will agree with the EPA recommendation. “I like the idea of EPA oversight. It helps protect the state of California.” But Superfund status could possibly affect negotiations currently under way between the governor and Boeing over the site. Earlier this year, the governor signed legislation requiring the strictest cleanup at the field lab – culminating an 18-year controversy since the Daily News disclosed toxic contamination of the research site. At the same time, he proposed an agreement in which Boeing could possibly clean up to a lesser standard in exchange for dedicating the land for open space. The company and state officials are now negotiating over appropriate standards. Boeing spokeswoman Blythe Jameson said Superfund status shouldn’t affect the cleanup. “The bill and letter of intent already requires that we clean up to California Superfund status, which is a similar process.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!