Loic Remy starts for QPR against Hull and there are debuts for new signings Rio Ferdinand, Steven Caulker and Jordon Mutch. QPR: Green: Caulker, Ferdinand, Dunne; Simpson, Barton, Faurlin, Mutch, Traore; Remy, Austin. Subs: Murphy, Hill, Phillips, Onuoha, Henry, Hoilett, Zamora. Hull: McGregor, Davies, Chester, Bruce, Elmohamady, Robertson, Huddlestone, Livermore, Snodgrass, Ince, Jelavic. Subs: Harper, McShane, Figueroa, Meyler, Quinn, Brady, Aluko.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH PH boxing team determined to deliver gold medals for PH PLAY LIST 05:25PH boxing team determined to deliver gold medals for PH00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice Read Next Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa MOST READ QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion View comments “The professional game is a different game. Everyone that you face there, they’re at the highest basketball level in the land. Everyone there is exemplary,” he said.With Flores is expected to be given heavy minutes due to the lean GlobalPort frontline, Codiñera is putting the pressure on his prized big man to outwork everybody in training camp hoping that his student reach the same level he did in his heyday.“It’s no longer developmental there. When you go to the pros, you should have mastered the fundamentals already,” he said.“What he’ll be facing there are finished products and he shouldn’t wait for them to break down. He must learn how to develop his game on his own.”ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES And after the 25-year-old was selected ninth overall in the annual rookie proceedings, the PBA legend is just hoping for the best for his former slotman.“I already told him everything I needed to tell him. All I can say is for him to have good luck,” said Codiñera.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutFlores averaged 10.2 points, 8.7 rebounds, 1.8 blocks, and 1.3 assists in his final year with the Chiefs, solidifying his case as one of the top defensive players in the collegiate league.But for Codiñera, who built a PBA lore on the defensive end which earned him the moniker “The Defense Minister,” establishing the same reputation in the PBA for Flores is a different story. Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Kris Aquino ‘pretty chill about becoming irrelevant’ Jeron Teng glad to see familiar face at sidelines in Altamirano Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netBeing drafted is one thing, staying in the league is another.Those were the last reminders Arellano coach Jerry Codiñera gave to his hardworking big man Lervin Flores going into the 2017 PBA Rookie Draft.ADVERTISEMENT
BRUSSELS — Ten years later, Justin Gatlin is dominating his sport once more.Granted, it’s happening at a time when Usain Bolt is taking a break from the track — but given the way Gatlin is running, perhaps even the seemingly unbeatable Jamaican will have to watch out next year.The American sprinter ran the fastest 100 meters of the year Sept. 5, and set a personal best at 32, before also winning the 200 only an hour later at the Van Damme Memorial, the last major event of the season.It extended his unbeaten streak to 18 races so far, with one minor race in Rieti, Italy, to come on Sept. 7.A full decade after he became Olympic 100 champion in Athens and four years after returning from a long doping ban, Gatlin set a time of 9.77 seconds. That matches the time he was stripped of in 2006 when he was slapped with a four-year ban, which at the time gave him a share of the world record.Now, humbled by hindsight, it gives him hope that the best might be yet to come. “It is coming back full circle, right,” Gatlin said. “So, hmmm, a little bit of bittersweet, but I am happy.”The only athlete coming close to stealing Gatlin’s spotlight in Brussels high jumper Mutaz Essa Barshim of Qatar, who came preciously close to setting a world record of 2.46 meters but had to settle for an Asian record of 2.43.At 23, Barshim still has much his career ahead of him. For Gatlin, it already is an achievement to have come back from the doping ban.Even in his 30s, Gatlin still has the quick start, the vigor of acceleration and the sustained strength right through to the finish to make many younger men jealous.Doing it in two races on one night was just another way to prove a point. “I wanted to test my toughness,” he said.He will need it next year, because Bolt will be back and bent on winning another world championship triple in Beijing as a stepping stone toward the 2016 Olympics Rio.Bolt’s season was limited to just a few minor events this year because of injuries, but Gatlin is looking forward to meeting him head head-on and turning a one-man show into a duel.“It is not just one lane on the track,” said Gatlin of Bolt’s dominance. “I don’t want to go out there and lay down when Usain Bolt takes the stage. I will go out there and push him. … The world wants to see a good rivalry.”Another American excelled in the women’s 200, with Allyson Felix clocking a world-leading 22.02 seconds to beat Frenchwoman Myriam Soumare and European champion Dafne Schippers of the Netherlands.In the shot put, New Zealand’s Valerie Adams won her 56th straight competition, beating the 27-year-old stadium record with a throw of 20.59 meters, which also was the best performance of the year.Barbora Spotakova of the Czech Republic also set a leading mark for the season and a King Baudouin stadium record, winning the javelin with 69.99.(RAF CASERT, AP Sports Writer)TweetPinShare0 Shares
Did you know, you can contact people from last season (or more) ago to keep them involved in Touch Football? We know from our research that over 70% of participants in our sport come by being introduced by their family or friends, and up to 90% are keen to stay involved in the sport. This means the data in Touch Football Online is really valuable and useful in growing and retaining members. You are invited to join us for a webinar to either complete a re-fresher or learn how to use this reporting tool â€“ it will only take 30 minutes!We will demonstrate how affiliates can determine those participants that have played in previous seasons competitions and not yet registered for the upcoming season and communicate with them. This is a great opportunity for all Affiliates to join us prior to the commencement of their Season 2 competitions. Thursday 29 September 2016: 7pm (AEST – should be finished by 7:30pm)REGISTER NOWThursday 6 October 2016: 12noon (AEST- should be finished by 12:30pm)REGISTER NOWRelated LinksKeep Your Participants Involved
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Chelsea matchwinner Marcos Alonso: Our intensity earned Newcastle victoryby Paul Vegas5 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea fullback Marcos Alonso was delighted to prove the matchwinner in victory over Newcastle United.The Spaniard struck in the 73rd minute to secure a fifth consecutive win for Frank Lampard’s Blues, although the victory owed much to persistence and patience from those within the ranks. “Newcastle played very compact and it’s not easy to find spaces to attack or create chances but I think we played well in the second half. We were so intense and finally got the goal and the three points,” said the defender.”We believed because we knew the game would be like this – we were prepared for this and in the first half maybe we were lacking a bit of patience in the final third but in the end we were happy with the three points and the goals. It was a massive win after the international break.”He also told the club’s website: “We have many options in the team and this is good. The team is getting better, we are improving game by game and we need to continue in this way. We are moving the ball quickly, our press is good and we are doing a good job as a team. We have clear ideas and we have to continue in this way.”
REDWATER, Alta. – An Alberta school superintendent says the death of a teenage girl in a collision between a school bus and a semi truck north of Edmonton has devastated the small community.Police and paramedics responded to the crash that happened around 8 a.m. Wednesday in Thorhild County near Redwater.“EMS pronounced one teenage female deceased at the scene,” said Kirsten Goruk, a spokeswoman for Alberta Health Services in Edmonton.Fourteen patients were assessed by paramedics and no one else was transported to hospital, she said.Police said the preliminary investigation has determined the school bus had just turned southbound on to a road when it was rear-ended by the semi.The bus was carrying 13 students on the way to Thorhild Central School. The driver declined to comment when reached by phone.“This is an immeasurable loss and tragedy for our entire community,” Aspen View Public Schools Superintendent Mark Francis told The Canadian Press. “Thorhild is that small Alberta town where everyone knows everyone so a tragedy like this impacts the entire community.“We have a grieving mom and dad and family, grieving neighbours and community, and grieving staff and students — this is a tragedy that impacts our community to its soul.”The girl’s name has not been released, but Francis said she was a well-loved student.“A whole school grieves for her,” he said.About 300 students from kindergarten to Grade 12 attend the school.Francis said counselling is being offered to staff and students, including the other students who were on the bus at the time of the collision.Police said they continue to investigate the crash.“It was foggy, very foggy conditions reported this morning during the time of the collision and even for a couple hours after,” Cpl. Ronald Bumbry of the RCMP said Wednesday afternoon. “We look at all contributing factors … definitely weather may have played a factor in this one.”No charges have been laid in the collision, he said.— By Colette Derworiz in Edmonton
APTN National NewsManito Ahbee is taking over Winnipeg concert halls for the sixth year in a row. The annual festival celebrates Aboriginal music from across Canada, culminating in the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards on Friday and the International Pow Wow on Sunday.APTN National News reporter Tiar Wilson tells you what to expect and where to go in a week full of music.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John RCMP are asking for the public’s help to find local ATV drivers that have been racing on local streets late a night and early in the morning.Over the past week, the Fort St. John RCMP have received a number of noise complaints about drivers who are racing up and down streets, disrupting the peace late at night and during the early morning hours.Numerous reports have also been received from the public highlighting safety because at the same time as creating a lot of noise, ATV, quad and dirt bike drivers are ignoring the rules of the road throughout various areas of the city. Information has been received that some of the drivers have not been wearing any safety equipment raising the RCMP’s level of concern for their wellbeing.“The Fort St. John RCMP want the roads to be safe for everyone in the community, as it belongs to all of us”, said Cst Chad Newstater. “There is a huge concern that someone is going to get hurt, in the name of having fun.”The Fort St John RCMP take these complaints very seriously because of the safety implications for both the public and the ATV riders. The Fort St John RCMP has increased patrols in the areas where disruptive ATVers have been reported.The Fort St John RCMP is asking anyone with information about:who the drivers are,the descriptions of the drivers or ATV’s,where the drivers and ATV’s reside,possible video surveillance of the riders,or any other helpful information about these incidents.If you have any useful information, please call the Fort St John RCMP at 250-787-8100 or attend the detachment during office hours at 10648 100th St, Fort St John, BC. If you wish to remain anonymous, you can call Crime Stoppers at 1(800)222-8477 or submit a tip online at www.crimestoppersnebc.ca.
Bhadohi (Uttar Pradesh): Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi on Tuesday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying no one was happy with his government. Demanding to know what Modi had done in the last five years, Gandhi told the media here: “Be it farmers, youth or anybody, no one is satisfied with the government. Together they will change the government this year.” Gandhi, 47, is on a three-day boat ride on the Ganga as part of the Lok Sabha election campaign that will end on Wednesday in Varanasi, Modi’s parliamentary constituency. Gandhi began the day after offering prayers at the Sita Samahit Sthal temple in Sitamarhi. She was asked to comment on Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s claim that the Congress had ruled Uttar Pradesh for most years since the country’s independence and so it was to blame for keeping the sprawling state economically backward. “This ‘what they did in last 70 years’ has an expiry date. Now the BJP should tell the people what it did in the last five years (after Modi took office). “Shiksha mitras and anganvadi workers did not get anything. The BJP had announced Rs 17,000 per month for them,” she said. “It is good to produce report cards but what has actually happened? There is nothing on the ground. I am meeting people daily, they are distressed,” Gandhi said. Gandhi, who set out from Prayagraj on Monday in a specially-built vessel with supporters, earlier met Congress leaders here and exhorted them to work hard during the elections. She spent Tuesday night at a guest house in Bhadohi. Before resuming her journey on the Ganga, Gandhi met Congress leaders in the area. Shivam Dubey, a party leader who attended the meeting, told IANS: “We will work hard to ensure that the Congress is strengthened and wins with a huge majority.” Gandhi is expected to reach Chunar in Mirzapur on Tuesday evening.