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All star teams selected for national teams trial

first_imgNewsSports All star teams selected for national teams trial by: – November 29, 2011 42 Views   no discussions Sharing is caring! Tweet Sharecenter_img Share Share Image via: graphicshunt.comThe following players have been named to ALL STAR teams from which the National Teams will be selected to participate in the 2014 World Volleyball Championships Qualifiers which will take place in 2012.Women All Star:1. Carrillo Z Acers2. Xavier A. Acers3. Beaupierre K. Acers4. Proctor A. Acers5. Remy Shernelle Acers6. Joseph P. UUA Ballerz7. Lockhart Laureen MCCU Sunrise8. James Lisa MCCU Sunrise9. Anatol Shernianna MCCU Sunrise10. Alfred Alexia MCCU Sunrise11. Martin Mavelyn MCCU Sunrise12. Williams Irma LIME Strike Force13. Francis Catherine LIME Strike Force14. Celaire Rena LIME Strike Force15. Williams Nadia LIME Strike Force16. Bleau Joanne LIME Strike Force17. Prince Curin LIME Strike Force18. Joseph Elizabeth SIGNMAN Celtice19. Peltier Norissa SIGNMAN Celtics20. George Deann UUA Ballerz21. Thomas Kathy SIGNMAN Celtics22. Blondel Beryl SIGNMAN CelticsMen All Star:1. Yuya Yosimida Club Olympia2. Okimo Bedminster Club Olympia3. Kairann George Club Olympia4. Calvin Dublin Club Olympia5. Johnny Seraphine Club Olympia6. David Toussaint Lime Wolf Pac7. Herskel Gregoire Lime Wolf Pac8. Germaine Ettienne Lime Wolf Pac9. Ronnel Joseph Lime Wolf Pac10. Lenon Honore Portsmouth Breakers11. Kerwin George Portsmouth Breakers12. Chevon Ambo Portsmouth Breakers13. Reginald Thomas Portsmouth Breakers14. M. Valentine Portsmouth Nreakers15. Lincoln Riviere Young Veterans16. Shayne Guiste Young Veterans17. Ray Robinson Young Veterans18. Bram Sanderson Young Veterans19. Ithoma James MCCU Sunrise20. Sherwin James MCCU Sunrise21. Don Gordon MCCU Sunrise22. Dexter Daniel MCCU Sunrise23. Dean Vidal Club One24. Dion Vidal Club One25. Presley Telemacque MCCU SunriseThe “ALL STAR games” to be scheduled will serve as trials, for the purpose of selecting the players who will represent Dominica in the Qualifiers for the 2014 World Championships, in 2012.Press ReleaseDominica Amateur Volleyball Associationlast_img read more

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Ligue 1: PSG stars willing to cut salaries by 50 per cent

first_imgRead Also: PSG launch crowdfunding initiative against COVID-19Most French professional clubs have already taken advantage of partial unemployment measures, like an ERTE, including PSG, who did so at the beginning of April, according to Le Parisien.The newspaper states that the capital club will lose around 300 million euros because of the COVID-19 pandemic, which in France has already caused more than 80,000 infections and almost 11,000 deaths.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 According to Le Parisien, the PSG stars accept what has been agreed, setting an example for the rest, as the capital club has by far the highest paid squad in the French top flight. The 50 per cent reduction in salary concerns players who earn more than 100,000 euros per month, which is roughly 50 in the entirety of Ligue 1, with most of them in PSG’s ranks. Those who earn between 50,000 and 100,000 euros per month can have their salary reduced by a maximum of 40 per cent, and up to 30 per cent for those who earn between 20,000 and 50,000 euros. The cut can be as much as 20 per cent for those earning between 10,000 and 20,000 euros, while those with a lower salary will not have their salary reduced. The agreement foresees that the reduction will be recovered in the following months if football gets back underway. Loading… This comes on the heels of many clubs around Europe initiating cost-cutting measures in order to try and combat the impact of the pandemic. This is part of the agreement that is being finalised by the Ligue de Football Professionnel (LFP) and National Union of Professional Footballers (UNFP), Le Parisien have revealed. The agreement that is about to be announced by the LFP and the UNFP allows each player to accept the salary cut or not, but it prevents clubs from imposing it above the agreed limits.Advertisementcenter_img Paris Saint-Germain’s star players are prepared to reduce their salaries by 50 per cent to compensate for the consequences of the coronavirus crisis. Promoted ContentBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemBest Car Manufacturers In The World8 Ways Drones Will Automate Our FutureThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More8 Addictive And Fun Coffee Facts10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The WorldThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World7 Theories About The Death Of Our Universe20 Facts That’ll Change Your Perception Of “The Big Bang Theory”Wondering What And When Will Finally Be The Undoing Of Us?last_img read more

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Knife-wielding man arrested

first_imgBACOLOD City – Accused of threateninghis father, a knife-wielding man was arrested in Barangay Talaban, HimamaylanCity, Negros Occidental. Police identified him as 36-year-oldRaymund Ta-ala of Barangay 2, Himamaylan City, a police report showed.    When frisked, Raymund yielded twosachets of suspected shabu valued at around P2,000, five live bullets of a12-gauge shotgun, two knives, a P40 cash, and a cellphone, police said.  Raymund was detained in the lockupfacility of the Himamaylan City police station, facing charges./PN According to police investigation,Raymund threatened his father Rolando with a knife around 12:30 p.m. onSaturday, the report added. Rolando then reported his son to the police.    last_img read more

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Bulldogs And Lions Win Respective Boys Track Sectional Crowns

first_imgCongrats to The Batesville Bulldogs on winning The Boys Track Sectionals at East Central.Team Results:  1-Batesville 161; 2-East Central 147; 3-Rising Sun 68; 4-South Decatur 67; 5-South Dearborn 43; 6-South Ripley 40; 7- Greensburg 39; 8)-Jac-Cen-Del 18; 9-Milan 16; 10-North Decatur 10; 11-Lawrenceburg 8.East Central Boys SectionalsCongrats to The Rushville Lions for winning The Boys Track Sectionals at Connersville.Team Results:  1-Rushville Consolidated 116.20; 2-Connersville 112; 3-Richmond 70.20; 4-Northeastern 54.20; 5-Union County 51; 6- Centerville 44; 7-Hagerstown 41.20; 8-Franklin County 40; 9-Tri 28; 10- Seton Catholic 26; 11-Oldenburg Academy 20; 12-Cambridge City Lincoln 18.20.Connersville Boys Track SectionalsThe Top 4 finishers from each event will advance to The Regionals on Thursday (5-29) at Connersville.  The best of luck to all!Courtesy of The IHSAA.last_img read more

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Second Guilty Plea In Hershman Case *Update*

first_imgUpdate (Sunday June 29 @ 8:13 p.m.)Prosecutors are confirming that a teen involved in the December 2012 death of Nancy Hershman has pleaded guilty.Daniel Hodge, 18, was expected to admit Friday to the charge of Burglary of a Dwelling Resulting in Bodily Injury (Class A felony).Ripley County Prosecutor Ric Hertel said Hodge has agreed to serve a 50-year sentence, with 13 suspended.A sentencing hearing has been scheduled for July 31.First Report (Friday 5:00 a.m.)A home invasion and fatal shooting claimed the life of Milan resident Nancy Hershman in December 2012.Her family may soon get justice as the second of three defendants is expected to plead guilty Friday morning.Daniel Hodge, 17, of Ohio, is expected to enter a guilty plea of Burglary of a Dwelling Resulting in Serious Bodily Injury (Class A felony).On Thursday, Ripley County Prosecutor Ric Hertel said Hodge has agreed to serve a 50-year sentence, with 13 years suspended.The prosecutor added the defense can still withdraw the plea Friday.Hodge is the second teenage defendant in the case whose trial was moved to adult court. Sean David Nichols,16, pleaded guilty to the same charge in January 2014.The murder trial of the third suspect, Allison Moore, 23, has yet to begin after a judge ruled the statements she gave to detectives occurred without them reading her rights.If an appeal filed by prosecutors is unsuccessful any information investigators received will not be allowed in trial.last_img read more

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South Dearborn High School renovations to be decided by petitions

first_imgAURORA, Ind. — If you are a registered voter or property owner in the South Dearborn School District, your signature will soon be your voice.School board members voted at their last school board meeting 5 to 2 to go ahead with renovations at the high school with a potential price tag of up to $9.76 Million.A petition was started from concerned citizens protesting that the plan would impact property taxes.The school district will give notice of a petition remonstrance.There will be a 30 day period where neither petition can obtain signatures.After that 30 days is up there will be 30 more days to collect signatures.At the end of those 30 days, whichever side has the most verified signatures will prevail.last_img read more

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Aribo suffers head injury

first_imgRelatedPosts Injury blow for Aribo, Leon Balogun Nigeria’s revelation and Rangers midfielder Joe Aribo required 20 stitches after picking up a head injury against Livingston on Wednesday night, according to reports in the Scottish Sun.The 23-year-old was struck by a stray elbow from Livingston’s Ricky Lamie and could be seen bleeding from the head after the clash.Aribo was stretchered off and replaced by Steven Davis, and reportedly required as many as 20 stitches – external and internal – to treat the injury.Speaking on BT Sport, former Rangers manager Ally McCoist said: “I think he is very fortunate to stay on the park. I think it could be a red card.“He leads with his elbow both times. He will say he’s using his elbow for leverage and going to protect himself. Is it reckless? Yes. It gets worse every time I see it.“I think the bandage round the head would indicate he has definitely endangered the opponent.“The only thing I would say is I think Aribo is maybe a little bit naive going in for it. “It’s easy to say now, but I think he should have maybe seen it coming.” Tags: Livingstonlast_img read more

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Aguero overtakes Henry as Premier League’s top overseas scorer

first_imgRelatedPosts Aguero could be out of action until November, Guardiola says David Silva recovers from COVID-19 Man City top players test positive for coronavirus Manchester City striker, Sergio Aguero, became the most prolific overseas goalscorer in the English Premier League era when he netted his second goal against Aston Villa on Sunday. The Argentine began the game one behind Frenchman Thierry Henry who scored 175 times for Arsenal. Aguero thumped home in the first half to equal the record and then slotted in again in the 57th minute to put Manchester City 5-0 ahead at Villa Park. His next target will be overhauling Frank Lampard’s 177 Premier League goals to move into third place overall.Tags: Manchester CitySergio AgueroThierry Henrylast_img read more

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Varela makes Baggies move

first_img The Portugal international has joined on a season-long deal to become Albion’s 10th new recruit of the transfer window. Baggies head coach Alan Irvine said: “Silvestre is a vastly-experienced player, both with Porto and his national team, and I’m delighted we’ve managed to secure his services. Press Association West Brom have continued their squad overhaul by signing Porto winger Silvestre Varela on loan.center_img “He’s got pace and power, gets his fair share of goals and is also a creator of chances for others. “He’s a fantastic addition to our squad.” Varela played for his country at this summer’s World Cup in Brazil, coming off the bench to score in their group game against the United States, which ended in a 2-2 draw. The 29-year-old right-sided player has won 26 caps in total and netted five international goals. Varela came through Sporting Lisbon’s youth system and had spells on loan from the club at Casa Pia, Vitoria Setubal and Recreativo Huelva. He made a permanent move from Sporting to Estrela Amadora in the summer of 2008 before sealing a switch the following year to Porto. last_img read more

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Dwayne Bravo backs decision to drop younger brother

first_imgPORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) – Veteran all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has backed the decision by selectors to drop his younger brother, Darren Bravo, for the upcoming Afghanistan series.Acknowledging Darren’s recent poor form, Dwayne said the time away would allow the left-hander to revisit his batting and come back even stronger for future West Indies duty.West Indies clash with the Afghans in a one-off Test, three One-Day Internationals and three Twenty20s, in a series running from November 5 to December 1 in India.Maybe it’s the right choice at this time,” Dwayne Bravo told CNC3 Television here.“This tour in India is one Test match (and) a few one-dayers. Darren hasn’t been the batsman that we all expect and want to see performance-wise. Sometimes you need that moment for yourself to go back into the basics.”Darren was West Indies’ leading batsman before an ill-advised tweet aimed at former Cricket West Indies (CWI) president, Dave Cameron, resulted in his being sent home from a tour in November, 2016 and subsequently sidelined from international and domestic duty for two years.He only returned to action 12 months ago but has since struggled to recapture his form across all formats and has averaged 13 from five Tests, 22 from 16 One-Day Internationals and 17 from eight T20 Internationals since.Dwayne, a former one-day captain, said Darren’s non-selection could also have a positive effect on his motivation.“Maybe not being selected will hurt him and he now will be more determined to come back (stronger) and the hunger is going to come back,” Dwayne explained.Darren Bravo’s axing is one of several changes to the Windies squad announced on Tuesday. As previously indicated, fellow Trinidadian Kieron Pollard has replaced all-rounder Carlos Brathwaite at the helm while Phil Simmons has taken over as head coach.Former Test off-spinner and Windies head coach, Roger Harper, is the new chief selector and will be joined by former Windward Islands batsman Miles Bascombe and Simmons.Dwayne praised the changes, noting Darren had an excellent relationship with Pollard, and expected them to work well together in the future.“They both have a very good professional relationship and that is what is needed in the cricket,” he said.“The selection panel is honest and looking to give everyone opportunities, not just saying this one no longer can play and this one can play.”Dwayne Bravo is currently recovering from an injury which kept him out of the just-concluded Caribbean Premier League.last_img read more