IT was cold, but it was stunningly beautiful as competitors came from near and far for the Ballyliffin Coastal Challenge – and often-gruelling 10-mile Easter Saturday race around some of Ireland’s most stunning scenery.If you took part, you can see where you came below:Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club 1 646 57.29 Pius Mc Intyre SM Foyle Valley2 230 58.09 John Harkin SM Tullamore Harriers3 128 59.32 Stephen Connor SM Individual4 498 61.10 Shaun Mc Shane SM Individual 5 485 61.18 Peter Stevenson SM Individual6 123 61.23 Noel Diver SM Individual7 76 62.03 Mark Sheridan SM Individual8 517 62.34 Martin Mooney SM Inishowen A C9 397 63.04 David Jackson SM Individual 10 378 64.10 Mark Greer SM Individual11 12 64.34 Brendan Devlin SM Individual12 156 64.36 Karen Alexander SW Individual13 459 66.13 Christian Mc Ginley SM Inishowen A C 14 257 66.20 Michael Mc Laughlin SM Individual15 2 66.58 Andrew Wallace SM Individual16 83 66.58 Nigel Buchanan SM Individual17 616 67.40 Sean 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Hardik Pandya who made his ODI debut in Dharamsala against New Zealand on Sunday had a special mention from captain MS Dhoni after returning with impressive figures of 3 for 31. (Pandya, Kohli heroics hand India 6-wicket win over NZ) New Zealand, after put in to bat, kept losing wickets at regular intervals and could only manage to put 190 on the board, thanks to the fifties from Tom Latham and Tim Southee. Virat Kohli scored an unbeaten 85 as India easily chased down the total with six wickets remaining. At the post-match presentation, skipper Dhoni said that if Pandya keeps on performing consistently then things would look good for Team India in the future. “Hardik’s performance is important for us, if he continues to do well, then it will be good for us – going into the future.” There was not much on offer for the bowlers from the pitch but Dhoni lauded the effort put in by his bowlers, especially Pandya. “Fantastic effort from the fast bowlers. We didn’t think the pitch will help them this much, they hit the good lengths, especially Hardik, they bowled well and got regular wickets. Coming to the batting, Virat guided us well after the openers got us off to a fast start,” Dhoni said. However, Dhoni not being critical of Axar Patel and Amit Mishra’s bowling wants both the bowlers to hit consistent lines. “The early wickets helped us, Axar and Mishra were good, but they need to hit consistent lines.” (I was nervous, says Hardik Pandya) India’s limited-overs captain looking at the low target wanted to spend more time at the crease before getting run out for 21. “I was in no hurry with the bat, I wanted to spend some time, the target wasn’t big and I knew I could spend some time in the middle. “The tosses will be important in all matches, especially considering the conditions, we need to be at our best,” Dhoni said. India now go 1-0 up in the five-match series and will play the second one-dayer in Delhi on Thursday.advertisement
James Milner is urging his Liverpool teammates to step up their game after losing two successive games in the League and Cup ties.The Reds slumped to another 2-1 loss at Wolves in the cup on Monday after losing to Man City at the Etihad.With a trip to Brighton next, Milner expects his side to crank up the pressure on City by beating the Seagulls to go seven points clear before their clash with Wolves.“Back-to-back defeats isn’t really good enough for us but you have blips in a season,” said the 33-year-old via Sky.“It’s not something you want, especially at Liverpool, we know what’s expected. We have to make sure we bounce back and look at where we can get better.Top 5 Premier League players to watch for next weekend Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 11, 2019 With the international activity cooling down for the next month, we go back to the Premier League’s Top 5 players to watch this weekend.After…“It’s not about blips, they are expected but it’s how you respond and bounce back. You’ve seen the character in the squad over the last few years, and the players we have, to know we will bounce back.“It’s easier saying that but we have to do that at the weekend.”He said: “I should do better. The pitch all night was a bit tricky and lively. It’s the same for both teams. It was my mistake for the first goal and it’s cost us, if not it’s 1-1 and we get a replay.“It was a pretty good finish from their lad but they didn’t have many chances. We didn’t either but that’s what separated the teams, my mistake and a very good finish for the second goal.”
February 26, 2018 FacebookTwitter ESCONDIDO (KUSI) — A man suspected of stealing a mule early Monday from a drifter making camp for the night in a North County park was caught hours later and arrested on suspicion of grand theft of livestock.David Albert Martinez, 28, and a cohort allegedly untied the roughly 1,000-pound animal, named Little Girl, from a tree at Grape Day Park in Escondido while her owner slept nearby and walked off with the mule shortly after midnight. A surveillance camera captured images of the perpetrators, according to police.The mule’s keeper, 70-year-old John Sears, awoke around dawn to find his pack animal gone and immediately reported the theft, Lt. Ed Varso said.Officers searched the neighborhood and surrounding areas for hours with help from a sheriff’s helicopter crew. About 2:30 p.m., police caught up with Martinez as he led Little Girl alongside a road near Dixon Lake, about a mile east of the spot where she had gone missing, the lieutenant said.The 28-year-old mule, appearing none the worse for the ordeal, was then reunited with her relieved master, Varso said.What inspired the alleged theft was unclear, the lieutenant said. Officers remained on the lookout for the outstanding suspect.Sears has traveled California on foot with a succession of mules, often three at once, for decades, according to a website that documents his travels. He gravitated toward his “ages-old nomadic life” because it’s where he and his animals “want to be” and because doing otherwise “makes no sense,” a statement on the site asserts.Sears acquired Little Girl in 1993, according to the website, which explains that he began traveling the state and living outdoors in the mid-1980s and has been doing so full time since retiring in 2001. Stolen mule reunited with owner, suspect in Escondido police custody KUSI Newsroom Categories: Local San Diego News Updated: 5:58 PM Posted: February 26, 2018 KUSI Newsroom,
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18 This 32-inch TV has built-in Amazon Fire TV smarts, and an Alexa-powered remote to go with it. Best Buy To my thinking, any TV you buy today should have either Amazon Fire TV or Roku built in. Thankfully, you don’t have to pay a premium for those awesome “smart” interfaces.Proof positive: Today only, and while supplies last, Best Buy once again has the Insignia 32-inch LED TV with built-in Fire TV for just $99.99 (plus tax). That’s $70 off the regular price, and a repeat of a sale from about a month ago.See it at Best BuySo, Fire TV or Roku? The latter gets more attention these days, but Fire TV is arguably just as good and may be even better. It affords most of the same streaming apps: Netflix, Hulu, HBO and so on. (Alas, if you want YouTube, you have to access it via a web-browser app.) And it comes with an Alexa-enabled remote, so you can bark orders at the TV.Fire TV also affords access to various Alexa skills and a huge library of Amazon apps. For example, you could play the excellent party game Quiplash — something Roku can’t do. Read more: The best TVs for 2019There’s a built-in tuner should you wish to connect an antenna, and three HDMI inputs for things like cable boxes and game consoles.Here’s the only real hedge: The TV tops out at 720p (that is, 1,366×768-pixel) resolution, meaning it’s definitely not suited for computer use. Some would also argue that 720p is a bit low for a 32-inch screen. I’d say it’s the cutoff point: Anything larger and you’ll definitely want 1080p. But here it’s probably sufficient.Indeed, look no further than the 1,300-plus customer ratings, which average out to 4.6 stars. Few people appear to have an issue with the 720p resolution.Your thoughts? TVs Best laptops for college students: We’ve got an affordable laptop for every student. Best live TV streaming services: Ditch your cable company but keep the live channels and DVR. Amazon Best Buy Amazon Fire TV News • Apple Music is now available on Amazon Fire TV Comments 15 Photos Originally published on April 5, 2019.Update, May 10: Item is back on sale.CNET’s Cheapskate scours the web for great deals on PCs, phones, gadgets and much more. Note that CNET may get a share of revenue from the sale of the products featured on this page. Questions about the Cheapskate blog? Find the answers on our FAQ page. Find more great buys on the CNET Deals page and follow the Cheapskate on Facebook and Twitter! The Cheapskate Tags Share your voice Review • Amazon Fire TV: Affordable Alexa-infused 4K streaming 7 best TVs under $1,000
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has said that “e-cigarettes are not safe for youth, young adults, pregnant women, or adults who do not currently use tobacco products.” Eva Hambach/Getty Images The Federal Trade Commission is investigating whether e-cigarette maker Juul practiced deceptive marketing, including targeting minors, says a Thursday report from The Wall Street Journal. Regulators may also seek monetary damages as they look into Juul’s hiring of social media influencers to advertise its nicotine vaping devices, said the Journal.”We fully cooperate and are transparent with any government agency or regulator who have interest in our category” a Juul spokesman said in a statement to CNET.The company also said its paid influencer program was a “short-lived pilot that ended in 2018.” Juul said it worked with fewer than 10 adults who were all smokers or former smokers over the age of 30.Separate investigations into the company and possible vaping-related health issues have been launched by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, several state attorneys general and the Food and Drug Administration. The FTC didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. Share your voice 0 Get your vitamins by vaping Wellness Politics Post a comment Now playing: Watch this: FTC 4:37 Tags
In picture: NCP chief Sharad Pawar.Twitter/Sharad Pawar [Representational Image]As campaigning for the third phase of Lok Sabha elections ended, Maharashtra politicians plummeted to new lows when they virtually bared each other’s ‘chaddis’ while hitting out at opponents.The first soft tug at the secret garment was made by Nationalist Congress Party Chief Sharad Pawar at an election rally on Sunday in Madha.The normally composed Pawar, 78, suddenly seemed to have let his guard down when he hit out at a senior NCP leader and former Deputy Chief Minister Vijaysinh Mohite-Patil, whose son Ranjitsinh recently crossed over to the BJP. Last week, Mohite-Patil Sr. even attended a rally addressed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Solapur.”Now that you went there, I have nothing to say. But next time, don’t go there clad in half chaddies. Don’t compel us to see your thighs and legs… Exercise caution… What will people think?” Pawar said amidst huge cheers and catcalls at the rally.The obvious taunt was to the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) whom opposition politicians usually refer to as ‘khaki chaddiwalas’ in private conversations.Hitting back at Pawar, a livid Mohite-Patil, 75, said at another meeting, jeeringly asking “why the ‘langoti-clad pehelwan’ of Baramati ran away from the election arena” if he was not scared of the ‘chaddiwalas’.As the controversy snowballed, the 48-year-old Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis also jumped into the haute-couture political discussion by helpfully pointing out that the so-called “half ‘chaddi’ had given way to (brown) trousers long back (2016).””Don’t forget… it was with the support of these very same ‘chaddiwalas’ you refer to, that you had become Chief Minister first time (1978),” Fadnavis lashed out.He warned that “it would be clear on May 23, when the election results are declared, whose ‘chaddi’ remains”.The full-fledged ‘chaddi-langoti’ political war erupted a week after Samajwadi Party leader in Uttar Pradesh, Azam Khan made similar unparliamentary remarks on his BJP opponent and former Bollywood actress Jaya Prada.Khan had created shockwaves with his comment: “In just 17 days, I had gauged that (her) underwear is of ‘khaki’ colour,” and has been booked for the same.Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) President Raj Thackeray went beyond ‘chaddis’ last week at a public meeting where he played a videotape on Modi announcing how 850,000 public toilets were built in a week in Bihar under the Swachhata Mission.”How much is he fibbing? As per our calculations, the figure comes to seven toilets built per five seconds… You don’t even ‘get it out’ so quickly, but toilets were constructed at such top speeds,” Thackeray commented, having the audiences in splits and his speech videos went viral all over.
Australia registered a hard-fought but comprehensive winTwitter/ICCThe 2019 Ashes series is off and running with the visitors recording a thumping victory over the hosts and favourites England. It’s a good start to the most hyped series in international Test cricket as the five days witnessed a gripping contest between bat and ball where the brilliance of Steve Smith proved too much for the Joe Root-led side.With this loss, England find themselves in the unenviable position of having to fight back from a trailing position to regain the Ashes. On the other hand, it has reassured the Australians, going through a tough phase in Test cricket, that they are back to being a highly-competitive side.As dust settles at Edgbaston ground where England suffered their first Test loss since 2001, it’s time to look at what made Tim Paine’s side victors. Here is a brief summary of the five biggest factors in shaping the outcome of the first Ashes Test. Smith played two brilliant innings in this TestTwitter/Cricket AustraliaSmith, Smith, SmithAt 122/8 in their first innings, the thought of even winning the match would have been distant in the minds of Australian fans. Winning by 251 runs, the eventual result, would have been beyond the imagination of the most optimistic Aussie. The reason for this turnaround is simply one man – Steve Smith. Returning from a year-long ban for ball-tampering, Smith showed that his hunger for runs and appetite for batting long has only been intensified by his exile. It wasn’t just the first innings where he rescued his side. In the second also, they were three down while still trailing by 15 runs. To take his team from that position to one of invincibility was incredible. Bowlers around the world, beware! Anderson’s injury hurt England badlyReutersAnderson’s injuryLosing any of your frontline bowlers after he has bowled just four overs in the first innings is very troubling. To lose your best bowler is an outright kick to the guts. That’s what England suffered on the very first day as James Anderson went off the field with an injury that eventually prevented him from bowling anymore. While Broad and Woakes combined well in the first innings, it is reasonable to assume that Anderson might have been way more effective in troubling the Aussie batsmen. Without him, England were severely handicapped. The pitch didn’t provide much home advantage to EnglandTwitter/ICCThe PitchEngland had asked for the batch of balls which were used last summer against Indian and Pakistan to be used this year as well. They expected the red cherries to swing as much in 2019 as they did in 2018. But the conditions weren’t the same, especially, the pitch was much less green than last year’s tracks. As a result, the batsmen didn’t have much to worry them after the new ball had the shine off. This negated England’s home advantage and proved very suitable to Australia. Moeen Ali was disappointing in this TestReutersMoeen’s failureMoeen Ali’s bowling has been superb since he came back into the English Test side last year during the fourth Test against India. But in this match, when the conditions were perfectly in his favour and he was given the job of being the leading wicket-taker, the off-spinner floundered badly. He bowled poorly and allowed the Australians to pile on the agony. How deadly he could have been was revealed by the delivery that clean bowled Paine. It was a classical off-spinner’s ball that pitched outside the off stump and spun sharply to hit the sticks. If only Ali had bowled that line consistently, things could have been very different. Nathan Lyon proved the effectiveness of spin on this wicket on the final day. Moeen proved innocuous just a day before. Australia winning the toss and batting first was crucialTwitter/ICCThe tossAustralia batting first after winning the toss was also a very big factor in their win. The pressure of chasing a score and getting a lead beyond it has proven to be too tough for England in recent years. The same thing happened here. Despite the hundred from Rory Burns, the team failed to bat Australia out of the game in the first innings. Last year, their only defeat to India also came in a match where they batted second. They are just not used to fighting hard when taking on a decent first-innings total.
Trump has insisted in recent months on the need for the EU to agree to his demands to facilitate US access to the European market and has threatened to impose tariffs of up to 20 per cent on imports of European automobiles if the bloc did not make concessions to Washington. Donald Trump Reiterates Relationship Between The U.S. And U.K. Remains Strong Close IBTimes VideoRelated VideosMore videos Play VideoPauseMute0:01/0:29Loaded: 0%0:01Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVE-0:28?Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedSubtitlessubtitles settings, opens subtitles settings dialogsubtitles off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window. COPY LINKAD Loading … U.S. President Donald Trump and President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker speak about trade relations in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, U.S., July 25, 2018.REUTERS/Joshua RobertsUS President Donald Trump has announced he has reached an agreement with the European Union (EU) to move forward together toward a “zero tariff” situation, thus avoiding a trade war, after meeting the president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker.Trump on Wednesday said he had reached an agreement to work together toward a policy of “zero” tariffs and trade barriers, adding “we are starting the negotiation right now, but we know where it is going” and proclaiming “a new phase” in US-EU trade relations, Efe news reported.Meanwhile, both Washington and Brussels will “hold off on other tariffs” while the talks are underway, Juncker said.In a joint appearance before the press with Juncker, Trump said that the European Union will begin importing soybeans from the US Midwest, as well as liquefied natural gas to “diversity” its energy sources, in addition to reducing some industrial tariffs.The EC chief, meanwhile, hailed the trade agreement, which includes reducing tariffs by both parties and easing the bilateral frictions that had arisen in recent months. Juncker said that he had gone into his Oval Office meeting with Trump with both parties intending to reach an agreement.He also said that the pact establishes the “resolution” of the US tariffs on European steel and aluminium that had sparked a trade brouhaha between Brussels and Washington, although neither Trump nor Juncker specified whether these would be immediately annulled.Minutes later, at a conference at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Juncker said that the agreement emphasised the “special” nature of the alliance between the US and the EU going on to stress that trade between the two parties comprises half of all global commerce.Juncker’s visit to Washington aroused great expectations after the exchange of accusations and the imposition of tariffs by Trump on European steel and aluminium, to which Brussels had responded with identical measures on assorted US products, including motorcycles and jeans.