Nicki Haugan, Chris Haugan take the top two spots in Cactus Death four hour race

first_imgNicki Haugan finished the race after completing 10 laps in a time of three hours, 37 minutes, while Chris Haugan was right behind, finishing 10 laps in three hours, 38 minutes.Kevin Shaw, the 2013 Club Road Champion, was in third place. He finished his race in three hours, 51 minutes after completing nine laps, Jansen van Rensburg did nine laps in three hours, 52 minutes for fourth place, and fifth spot went to Gary Hilderman who did eight laps in three hours, 29 minutes.Sixth, seventh and eighth place went to George Gamble, Sam Keats, and Renee Kalkman respectively. Arie Kalkman finished in ninth, and rounding out the top ten was Stephen Ferris.- Advertisement –last_img read more

Hundreds of dogs in Taylor this weekend

first_imgThe owner of the top dog who earns Best in Show wins a 100 dollar cash prize, and best puppy wins 50 dollars. The entire event is free to watch.It will be held at the Taylor Arena, and the event begins at nine in the morning on Saturday.For more information, call Donna at 250-827-3306 You might notice an increase of wagging tails in Taylor this weekend. That’s because the town is hosting the Annual Fort St. John Kennel Club Dog Show, from Saturday to Monday.President of the local Kennel Club, Donna Fox, says there are around 160 to 175 dogs being showed every day. – Advertisement -[asset|aid=1388|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=a58db66905243496579bdcb943e97bf6-Fox 1_1_Pub.mp3] She says dogs who are registered with the Canadian Kennel Club can enter the prestigious competition. Fox says competitors are coming from all over Canada to show their dogs. Fox says there are a number of prizes to be won. Advertisementlast_img read more

Last Movies in the Park for 2015 tonight

first_imgThe last edition of Movies in the Park, presented by Troyer Ventures and Shell Canada happens tonight at Centennial Park.The final edition of Movies in the Park for 2015 will happen tonight starting with the first movie at 7 p.m.  The movies will be Penguins of Madagascar followed by Grease.On top of the movies, there will be food and of course popcorn being sold by the Northern Dance Theatre Society.- Advertisement – On top of Toyer Ventures and Shell Canada, we would also like to thank our sponsors the North Peace Savings and Credit Union, the Fort St. John Co-op, Driving Force, Pioneer Sanitary Solutions and Eaglevision Video Productions.last_img read more

Mosques in Irvine, San Diego open doors for fire evacuees

first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.All except two families have moved on, but new ones were expected at the mosque, Syeda said. The Islamic Center of Irvine, Two Truman, has fielded inquiries from people looking for shelter, Syeda said, and is prepared to offer families a place to sleep as well as food, Syeda said. Kits with medical supplies and toiletries will be distributed from the Irvine mosques to evacuees at shelters today and tomorrow. For the latest news and observations on crime in Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley, check out the Daily News’ crime blog by clicking here. IRVINE – Mosques in Irvine and San Diego have thrown open their doors for fire evacuees, and another in Garden Grove will offer special prayers tonight for rain to help firefighters battle wildfires. The prayer of Salatul Istisqa will be said at 6:30 p.m. at the Islamic Society of Orange County, One Al-Rahman Plaza, Garden Grove, said Munira Syeda of the Council on American-Islamic Relations in Anaheim. The prayer is traditionally offered in times of drought, she said. The Islamic Center of San Diego, 7050 Eckstrom Ave., sheltered 16 families on Monday, most from the communities of Rancho Bernardo and Poway, Syeda said. last_img read more

DDTV: STUNNING VIDEO CAPTURES THE BEAUTY OF THE OLD BURTONPORT RAILWAY WALK

first_imgDDTV: This stunning video above captures all the beauty of The Old Railway Walk in Burtonport which was officially opened yesterday evening.The local community have worked tirelessly to develop the Old Railway Walk into a viable and scenic walkway for locals and tourists alike. Last night at the Community Centre in Burtonport it was officially opened and the walkway has been an incredible success since being opened to the public a few years ago.From the video above you can see why it’s so popular.Siúlóid an tSean Bhóthar Iarainn—The Old Railway Walk.This beautiful walking trail filled to the brim with spectacular scenery and woodland was originally the route taken by the train which connected Burtonport to Letterkenny between 1903 and 1940. There are many features of the old railway remaining which you can view along the way including: stations, gatehouses, accommodation crossings—the pillars, cuttings, embankments, a bridge, rusty gates and much much more.The Burtonport Walks are a series of trails of various lengths, all of which lead the walker along part of the abandoned railway line between Burtonport and Meenbannad in West Donegal, lreland. The original railway line was built to serve the excellent harbour in Burtonport and as a Government attempt to alleviate the poverty in North Donegal.lt was a joint venture between the British -Government and the Londonderry- and Lough Swilly Railway.Opening for traffic in 1903, the line ran through the remote and difficult terrain of North Donegal often skirting towns it was meant to serve by miles in an effort to save on the cost of construction.The line was the subject of two enquiries over its safety and operation. The Derry Chamber of Commerce noting “defective construction and inadequate and unsuitable equipment” as a cause of the lines many ills. Despite this the line managed to survive until 1947, the Burtonport – Gweedore section closing earlier in June 1940.The station in Burtonport was demolished early in 2003.Following a prolonged period of heavy snowfall in the winter of 2009 some of the line on the Burtonport side was cleared to access water mains which needed repairing. The remaining section was later cleared and gradually developed as a walkway withthe support of the local community.Pictures taken by Fr. Pat Ward. Video made by Rolf Schulz.DDTV: STUNNING VIDEO CAPTURES THE BEAUTY OF THE OLD BURTONPORT RAILWAY WALK was last modified: June 6th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:DDTVFeaturesnewslast_img read more

DONEGAL MAN NAMED AS NEW VICE-PRESIDENT OF IRISH NATIONAL TEACHERS ORGANISATION

first_imgJohn Boyle has been named as the new vice-president of the Irish National Teachers Organisation.The new vice-president of the Irish National Teachers’ Organisation is John Boyle, principal teacher in St. Colmcille’s JNS Knocklyon in Dublin.John went to his local two teacher school, Mullaghduff NS in Co. Donegal before moving to the newly amalgamated Scoil Naomh Duigh Annagaire.His secondary education was at Pobalscoil Chloich Cheannfhaola. – he graduated from St. Patrick’s College, Drumcondra in 1986 and joined the staff of Scoil Mhuire, Ballyboden, Dublin 16. He taught various classes at Scoil Mhuire and was Home School Community Liaison Co-ordinator before he became principal teacher in St. Colmcille’s JNS, Knocklyon in 2000.Very early in his teaching career John became an active member of South County Dublin branch of the INTO.He served as staff representative, branch chairperson and chairperson of INTO District 8 (South Dublin/Wicklow) before being elected to the Central Executive Committee of the union in 2004.Since then John has represented eight branches in South Dublin and Wicklow. In his role he has supported hundreds of individual teachers and he has brought issues affecting INTO members to school management and to the Department of Education & Skills.He has served on many INTO internal committees dealing with teacher employment, pay-equalisation, participation, school discipline, trade union training, professional development, INTO rules, special education, school leadership, school buildings and school inspection.He has represented INTO on the ICT Committee of NCCA and on the Education Committee of Inclusion Ireland.He was also a member of the steering committee of the National Pilot Scheme for Teacher Induction.He currently serves on the committee of Club na Múinteoirí and is a member of the Board Oversight Committee of Comhar Linn INTO Credit Union. John Boyle has been very involved in community groups and initiatives from an early age.  He’s very interested in Irish culture and heritage, music, drama and the visual arts – being a lifelong member of the Mullaghduff Senior Fife & Drum Band.He has served on the committee of the Donegal Association in Dublin.An avid sports follower, who seldom misses an Irish Soccer or Rugby match, John’s main ‘sideline’ is his GAA involvement.He chaired Cumann na mBunscol Atha Cliath at the beginning of the millennium. He has also been Chairperson of Wanderers GAA Club, Ballyboden for 10 years.DONEGAL MAN NAMED AS NEW VICE-PRESIDENT OF IRISH NATIONAL TEACHERS ORGANISATION was last modified: March 30th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare 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:donegaleducationINTOIrish National Teachers OrganisationJohn Boylelast_img read more

How these little elves brought festive fun to a local nursing home

first_imgWhat do you get when you bring over 20 pre-schoolers to put on a play in the local nursing home?A lot of singing, dancing, smiles, hugs and Christmas cheer.That’s what happened last Wednesday, when a class from Rainbow Nursery School in Woodlands visited St Eunan’s Nursing Home to stage their Christmas Show. This was the first time the two communities worked together, bringing young and old into the same space for festive fun.Rainbow Nursery stage their Christmas Show with Karen Murphy at St. Eunan’s Nursing Home, LetterkennyRainbow Nursery stage their Christmas Show with Karen Murphy at St. Eunan’s Nursing Home, LetterkennyRainbow Nursery stage their Christmas Show with Karen Murphy at St. Eunan’s Nursing Home, LetterkennyUnder the expert guidance of Speech and Drama teacher Karen Murphy, the enthusiastic little performers showed off all their singing and acting skills to the delight of the residents. The children had colourful props, entertaining stories and big voices for their variety show, which ended with a series of carols to get everyone singing, clapping and toe-tapping.After the show, there was time for the young stars to meet their appreciative audience.Rainbow Nursery stage their Christmas Show with Karen Murphy at St. Eunan’s Nursing Home, LetterkennyRainbow Nursery stage their Christmas Show with Karen Murphy at St. Eunan’s Nursing Home, LetterkennyThe collaborative event was hailed as a great success by Rainbow Nursery School and St Eunan’s. Karen Murphy, who runs Karen Murphy Speech, Drama & Communications and holds weekly classes at the creche, had originally come up with the idea.Karen told Donegal Daily: “I was coming to class one morning, and I saw a food van delivering to the home and I thought it was a great service. Then I realised that we have a service too, we’re right next door, why wouldn’t we reach out?”“Out of all the shows I’ve had this week, just seeing the smiles and the connection has just been fantastic,” she added.Rainbow Nursery stage their Christmas Show with Karen Murphy at St. Eunan’s Nursing Home, LetterkennyRainbow Nursery stage their Christmas Show with Karen Murphy at St. Eunan’s Nursing Home, LetterkennyDeirdre Murdy, manager of St. Eunan’s Nursing Home said: “Thank you to Rainbow Creche and thanks Karen Murphy for coming here to visit the residents.“At Christmas it’s really nice to get everybody in the community working together. It’s really nice to see a twinkle in everybody’s eye, especially the little ones. The residents were delighted to have them here and it’s great to see a twinkle in the residents’ eyes as well,” Deirdre added. Rainbow Nursery stage their Christmas Show with Karen Murphy at St. Eunan’s Nursing Home, LetterkennyRainbow Nursery stage their Christmas Show with Karen Murphy at St. Eunan’s Nursing Home, LetterkennyPatricia Mc Brearty, owner of Rainbow Montessori and Playschool, said the play and St Eunan’s visit was a wonderful way to enhance their Aistear curriculum by providing an opportunity to promote community involvement.The initial idea gathered great support from Deirdre Murdy and the pupils’ parents, who greeted it with interest and enthusiasm.Patricia said: “We felt that it would provide a valuable and meaningful learning experience for the children and the residents of St. Eunan’s.”Patricia recalled a funny moment in the lead up to the Christmas Show: “To prepare for the visit and to practice walking safely, the children walked over to St. Eunan’s on a number of occasions and waved in the windows at the residents. “One little boy said, ‘That’s the place where grannies and grandas live, and you have to be over 4 to live there!’”Rainbow Nursery stage their Christmas Show with Karen Murphy at St. Eunan’s Nursing Home, LetterkennyRainbow Nursery stage their Christmas Show with Karen Murphy at St. Eunan’s Nursing Home, LetterkennyPatricia added that the event could be the beginning of a whole new initiative.“This is a new and exciting idea for the children and the residents and we look forward to working together, sharing ideas and moving forward with a “Try it and See” approach and maybe we can come back and perform another little Christmas show next year.”How these little elves brought festive fun to a local nursing home was last modified: December 27th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:christmas playKaren Murphy School of Speech Drama and CommunicationsRainbow crecheSt Eunan’s Nursing HomeWoodlandslast_img read more

Where did you come in Letterkenny’s Winter Wooly Warmer?

first_imgWinter Wooly Warmer 5kPlace Bib Name YoB Gender AG Club Time1. 90 Pauric Breslin m SM LAC 15:592. 21 Gavin Crawford m SM 24/7 16:383. 102 Sean McFadden m M40 LAC 17:104. 56 Peter O’Donnell m SM milford ac 17:435. 40 Darragh Crossan m SM Foyle Valley AC 17:596. 39 Aron Cole m M40 Foyle Valley 17:597. 60 Kevin Holian m M40 18:018. 51 Damien McBride m SM milford ac 18:279. 24 Paddy McDaid m M40 Letterkenny AC 18:3110. 132 Patrick Brennan m SM Letterkenny AC 18:5011. 98 Dylan Boyle m SM Rosses ac 18:5412. 52 Stephen Robinson m SM Letterkenny 24/7 tri 18:5613. 83 Paul Doherty m SM Letterkenny 24/7 18:5814. 76 Paul Cullen m SM 24/7 19:0115. 72 Eugene McGettigan m M40 Letterkenny 24/7 19:0216. 41 Paul Gallagher m SM 19:0317. 91 Martin Donnelly m M40 24/7 19:1318. 164 Richard Gordan m SM 19:2219. 17 Patrick Duffy m M40 19:2720. 47 Padraig McGinty m JM 19:2721. 106 Ray McGahey m M40 19:3022. 33 Seamus Morrison m M40 Letterkenny AC 19:3023. 70 Siobhan Gallagher f SW LAC 19:3324. 7 Barry Mackey m M50 Letterkenny AC 19:3525. 94 Helen McCready f SW Rosses ac 19:4026. 96 Ben George 1974 m M40 LAC 19:4227. 16 Richard McNeill m M40 Run for Fun 19:4328. 20 Michael Galvin m M40 Letterkenny AC 19:4729. 110 Anthony Mcdaid m SM 19:4730. 167 Rooney Bates 1991 m SM Convoy AC 19:4831. 50 Keith Gordon 1991 m SM Swanlings 20:0932. 166 Martina Jordan 1991 m SM Convoy AC 20:3333. 67 Philip McGovern m M40 milford ac 20:3734. 165 Troy Hegarty m SM convoy ac 20:4335. 4 Pat Brady m M50 24/7 20:5236. 97 Owen Coyle 1964 m M50 Rosses AC 20:5537. 108 J Fealam m M50 20:5738. 160 Conor Duffy 1991 m SM 21:1139. 2 Peter Gallagher m M40 Letterkenny AC 21:1140. 162 Gerard McConnell 1991 m SM Swanlings 21:1541. 69 Stephen Shiels m M40 Letterkenny AC 21:1542. 11 Catherine McKinley 1969 f W35 LAC 21:2343. 18 Brendan Delap m M50 21:2344. 161 Shaun McBride 1991 m SM 21:2645. 34 Robert Kavanagh 1964 m M50 Dublin City Harriers 21:3046. 3 Paul Harris m M40 Letterkenny AC 21:3247. 130 Brian O Donnell m M40 swanlings 21:3348. 25 Christopher Cuskelly m M40 Lifford Strabane 21:4749. 115 Suzanne Gordon 1991 f SW 21:5850. 116 Linda O Boyle f W35 21:5851. 89 Terrence Diver m M40 21:5952. 77 Gerard Dorrian m M40 Milford AC 22:0153. 36 Kevin O’Malley m M40 Letterkenny AC 22:2454. 73 Ciaran McGettigan m SM 24/7 22:2655. 59 Philip Robinson 1991 m SM Letterkenny 24/7 tri 22:3156. 68 Eoin Fogaty 1964 m M50 Milford AC 22:3657. 148 Jason Patton 1997 m JM 22:3958. 19 Anne Robinson f SW 24/7 22:5459. 6 Lester Speer m M50 24/7 23:0360. 155 Terrence Quinn 1991 m SM Raphoe 23:0361. 35 Garvan Gallagher 1991 m SM Run for Fun 23:1462. 101 Rory kennedy m M50 23:1963. 54 Peadar Breslin m JM Letterkenny AC 23:2364. 123 Chris Ashmore 1964 m M50 Lk run for fun 23:2565. 105 Paul Shiels m M50 LAC 23:2866. 163 David Gordan 1991 m SM 23:3267. 71 Brian Gallagher m M50 23:3268. 93 Noel Irwin 1974 m M40 23:3469. 152 Alan Mailey 1991 m SM Convoy AC 23:4570. 129 Sean McCrudden m M40 23:5471. 30 Norman Spratt 1964 m M50 24:0372. 63 Martina McDaid f SW 24/7 24:0773. 95 Brian Doherty 1974 m M40 Swanlings 24:1074. 140 Noel McCormick 1974 m M40 24:2175. 109 Nigel Keown m M40 24:4076. 87 Clive Davision m M40 LAC 24:4877. 43 Georgie Chan m M40 24:5278. 62 Rachel Stilvern f SW 24/7 24:5379. 157 Raj Meehan m SM Raphoe Running 25:0380. 114 Niamh McDaid f SW Letterkenny AC 25:0581. 65 Bambi Doherty f SW LAC 25:0582. 168 Sophie Kelly f W35 25:1483. 29 Maura O’Grady f W45 25:2184. 117 Gerard McGranaghan m SM LAC 25:2185. 121 Ann Marie Stewart f SW 25:2286. 42 Michael Gibbons m M40 Run for Fun 25:3287. 131 Samuel Rankin m M40 25:3388. 57 Gerry Burke m SM Shape up fitness 25:3789. 159 Mary O Donnell f W45 swanlings 25:4990. 144 Jamie Callaghan m JM Letterkenny AC 25:5391. 22 Bridgeen Doherty f W35 Run for Fun 26:0292. 26 Jean McGlinchey 1969 f W45 Run forFun 26:0493. 75 Laura Corbett f W45 Shape up Fitness 26:3294. 32 Eamon O’Boyle m SM 26:3295. 66 Alphie mcHale 1964 m M50 26:3496. 37 Linda Cronin f W35 26:3597. 139 Debbie Houston 1979 f SW Milford AC 26:4398. 31 Jim McCahill 1964 m M50 Milford AC 26:5999. 100 Helen Coll f SW 27:27100. 99 Breda Boyle f SW 27:29101. 45 Elaine Lynch f W35 Run for Fun 27:45102. 44 Karina Boyle 1991 f SW LK run for fun 27:45103. 135 Noreen Sharkey 1969 f W45 27:49104. 145 Gerard Callaghan m M40 Letterkenny AC 28:15105. 146 Rory Callaghan m JM Letterkenny AC 28:16106. 128 Ruth McCrudden 1969 f W45 LAC 28:28107. 151 Annemarie McDevitt 1979 f SW 28:50108. 104 Suzanne Bogan f SW Letterkenny 24/7 29:19109. 1 Mary Gallagher f W45 29:22110. 136 Martina McBrearty 1969 f W45 29:27111. 137 Sean Bonnar m SM 29:45112. 138 Kevin Bradley m M40 29:45113. 86 Laura Faul f JW 29:59114. 81 Lorna Durning f SW errigal ac 30:00115. 84 Amanda Faul 1969 f W45 30:00116. 82 Patrick Durning m SM errigal ac 30:02117. 154 Ann marie Gibbons 1979 f SW 30:19118. 61 Moira Stilvern 1969 f W45 30:20119. 14 Mairead Geoghan f W35 Run for Fun 30:32120. 15 Janice Byrne f W45 Run for Fun 30:32121. 9 Bernie O’Donnell 1979 f SW Drumoghill Running club 30:37122. 8 Ciaran Callaghan m SM Drumoghill Running Club 30:37123. 55 Noreen Fegan 1969 f W45 Shape up Fitness 30:38124. 120 Anne Sweeney f SW 30:38125. 150 Joan gallagher 1991 f SW Shape up for fitness 30:40126. 58 Rosaleen Gallagher f W45 shape up fitness 30:40127. 78 Fiona McConnell f SW Shape up for Fitness 30:47128. 80 Mary Duddy f SW 30:52129. 74 Gerard Sharkey m M50 30:52130. 112 Anne Doherty f W45 30:56131. 113 Diane Black f SW 30:56132. 5 Michelle Gorman f SW 31:06133. 153 Martina Murray f W45 31:55134. 27 Mark Quigley 1991 m SM 31:58135. 28 Ciara Quigley f SW 31:59136. 119 Ann Marie Sweeney f W45 32:03137. 127 Laura O Brien 1991 f SW 32:43138. 103 Declan Black m M40 LK run for fun 33:27139. 79 Siobhan McLaughlin f SW shape up fitness 33:38140. 149 Jimmy Gildea m M50 Letterkenny AC 33:48141. 107 Ann Marie McGahey f W45 34:26142. 64 Sheila Harley f W45 34:27143. 156 Caroline Megarry f SW 34:48144. 46 Grania McGinty 1969 f W45 34:56145. 10 Sean Sheerin m SM 39:08146. 134 Emma McCrudden f SW 39:38147. 158 Shaun O Donnell m M50 swanlings 42:12148. 85 Marie Ronaghan f SW 46:53149. 143 Brendan Stevenson 1964 m M50 47:05150. 141 Eamonn Stevenson m M40 47:05151. 142 John Stevenson 1964 m M50 47:07152. 147 Seamus Hegarty 1974 m M40 47:14153. 92 Barry Mulligan 1991 m SM 47:15154. 133 Steven Sheridan m M40 47:15155. 53 Kate Kelly 1979 f SW 48:24156. 111 Katharina McSharry f SW 49:10157. 38 Val Cronin 1964 m M50 50:25158. 13 Catherine Carroll f W45 50:26 Where did you come in Letterkenny’s Winter Wooly Warmer? was last modified: November 25th, 2016 by StephenShare 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 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Tottenham vs Barcelona: Team news, TV channel and kick-off time

first_img How Chelsea could line up against Southampton – what system will Lampard play? How Man United could line up for Newcastle clash – will Pogba start? highlights who plays? What time is kick-off?This Internationals Champions Cup clash is due to be held on Sunday, July 29.It’s an early one here in the UK, with kick-off at 4am.The huge Rose Bowl in Pasadena is the venue, which is the former home of MLS francise LA Galaxy and seats 90,888.Which channel can I watch it on?Premier Sports is the place to head if you want to watch this one live.Currently free for Virgin TV users, it can be found on channel 551.For those of you with Sky, the match will on 412 in HD and 866 in SD, with Premier Sports costing £9.99-a-month. FOOTBALL LATEST Tottenham v Brighton LIVE: talkSPORT commentary and team news for Boxing Day opener Fresh from putting four past Roma, Spurs continue their pre-season tour of the USA with a clash against Barcelona.Mauricio Pochettino’s side ran riot against the Italians and triumphed 4-1 thanks to braces from Fernando Llorente and Lucas Moura. possible xi gameday Best clips, calls and talkSPORT moments of 2019, feat Hearn, McCoist and more 1 How Arsenal could line up in Arteta’s first official game in charge – Ozil return? ALTERED Spurs were impressive as they saw off Roma 4-1 Tottenham predicted XI to face Brighton with Mourinho expected to make big changes Getty NEW ERA What is the team news?England stars Dele Alli, Harry Kane and Eric Dier are still on their holidays following the World Cup.Youngster Juan Foyth made the trip but is a doubt after picking up a thigh problem.Barcelona are without Lionel Messi, Ivan Rakitic and Luis Suarez and have a youthful flavour to the touring party.last_img read more

For the record

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Due to incorrect information from the California Department of Transportation, a story Wednesday incorrectly reported that a dozen additional electronic freeway message signs would be installed in outlying areas to inform motorists of traffic times. In fact, the signs are already in place providing information on Amber Alerts and other matters and will soon begin transmitting information on traffic times as well. last_img read more