Another security breach reported at Mar-a-Lago while President Trump was visiting the Winter White House for Thanksgiving.A college freshman admits to illegally getting into Mar-a-Lago resort while the President was there last Thanksgiving, telling the judge, “I wanted to see how far I could get.”Apparently he got pretty far.The Palm Beach Post is reporting that 18-year-old Mark Lindblom was arrested 20 minutes later after walking the grounds.Teen snuck onto Mar-a-Lago in 2018 while Trump was thereCourt documents reveal another episode involving an intruder at Mar-a-Lago. President Trump was at the property at the time. Paula Reid reports.https://t.co/z8O5MHYard https://t.co/sJ0iNkFAsf— Sound Around (@_Sound_Around_) May 29, 2019 Prosecutors say that he came through a beach access tunnel and simply walked into the resort, even though he’s not a member.This on the heels of a Chinese intruder who entered the club saying she wanted to go swimming. The Chinese woman is accused of lying her way past two Secret Service checkpoints in April and is still in custody.
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Fitness trainer is now cancer-exercise expert – October 12, 2014 Bio Latest Posts Enjoying the conditions are, left to right, Doug Lackey, Basil Eleftheriou, Chris White and Jim Barkhouse.Birch Bay Village held their first golf fundraiser at Kebo Valley Golf Club in Bar Harbor on Sept. 23 to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association and Birch Bay Village Memory Care Unit. Fenceviewer Staff Schoodic Grange hosting sale – October 30, 2014 Latest posts by Fenceviewer Staff (see all) A good turnout of golfers lucked out with a fabulous sunny and warm day.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text Town report wins award – October 11, 2014
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: West Indian international Andre Russell played an outrageous game in perhaps the greatest T20 performance to lead his team Jamaica Tallawahs to a brilliant victory against Trinbago Knight Riders in the Caribbean Premier League.Russell who was captaining for the first time, started the match with an outstanding catch to remove his Kolkata Knight Riders team mate Chris Lynn and then later took a game-changing hat-trick. The flamboyant all-rounder then went on to score a stunning century off just 40 balls to chase down the target of 224 runs.ALSO READ: Scorecard at stumps as Indian batsmen get humiliated by seam and swingThe KKR all-rounder produced an unbeaten knock of 121 off 49 balls – a CPL record – in what was the tournament’s highest individual score and fastest century.His bowling performance included the wickets of Brendon McCullum, Darren Bravo and Dinesh Ramdin.ALSO READ: Premier League Player Ratings: Manchester United 2-1 Leicester CityRussell becomes the second player to score a ton and take a hat-trick in a T20 game after Kent’s Joe Denly became the first player ever to do so just a month ago in England’s T20 competition.
New Delhi: Before the start of the Rajkot Twenty20 International between India and Bangladesh at the Saurashtra Cricket Association stadium, there was a threat of Cyclone Maha which would lash the city. However, Cyclone Maha stayed away but Bangladesh were decimated by a hurricane called Rohit Sharma. The Indian cricket team skipper was at his absolute best as he blasted 85 off 43 balls, which included six fours and six sixes. On his 100th Twenty20 International, Rohit put on a show and his 18th fifty helped India win by eight wickets and level the three-match series 1-1 heading into the final game at the VCA stadium in Jamtha on Sunday. In the post-match presentation, Rohit revealed his mantra for success in this format, having already become the leading six-hitter, run-getter and century-maker in this format. “All these years, I’ve just tried to do my best with the bat in hand. I knew conditions were perfect. So all I wanted to do was stay still and “tonk” the ball. The year 2019 has been very good so far. Just want to finish it off on a good note. I knew that Rajkot is a good track and it will be difficult for the bowlers in the second innings. We took advantage of that and had a great powerplay. After that, it was all about going on,” Rohit said.India won the toss and chose to bowl but Bangladesh’s openers gave the side a good start. Rohit’s side did not help themselves due to some sloppy fielding, which included a controversial missed stumping by Rishabh Pant and a dropped catch by Rohit. However, Yuzvendra Chahal and Washington Sundar bounced back as they ran through the middle order, with Chahal getting Mushfiqur Rahim’s wicket and Sundar getting rid of Mohammad Naim. Rohit credited Sundar and Chahal for restricting Bangladesh.”Both Washington and Chahal understand their bowling really well. More importantly, they analyse and have conversations on where they can improve. Chahal has bowled in difficult situations and has somehow brought the team to the top. It’s given him confidence. Washington has been our new-ball bowler, but today, I wanted to keep his three overs at the back. I’m an emotional guy. We were sloppy in the field, have to accept that. But focus is always on getting the job done,” Rohit said. Also Read | Rohit Sharma Achieves Special Century In Rajkot Twenty20 Vs BangladeshThe third and final match of the series will be played at the VCA stadium on November 10 in Nagpur. Bangladesh will be aiming for their first-ever series win in Twenty20 Internationals against India while India will be aiming to avoid their second series loss in 2019, having lost 0-2 earlier in the year to Australia. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
Junior guard Briana Gilbreath attempted a shot and came up empty.“She had open looks,” coach Michael Cooper said. “She just wasn’t knocking them down. That’s going to happen in this game of basketball.”And that pretty much summed up the rest of the game as the Women of Troy (10-4, 2-1) came up empty in their attempt to stretch their winning streak to seven games.The No. 12 UCLA Bruins (13-1, 3-0) won in convincing fashion 61-42, using a stifling defense to limit a USC offense to just 28 percent shooting from the field.It’s very disappointing,” junior guard Ashley Corral said. “You always want to come to UCLA and play hard, play tough and try to get a win. They were another road block in our path to success, and today we got stopped.”UCLA’s Jasmine Dixon finished with a game-high 20 points and nine rebounds and ultimately proved to be the difference in the game.The Women of Troy and the Bruins exchanged baskets in the early going with four lead changes, but the Bruins went on a 18-5 run over the last 15 minutes in the first half that gave them a 26-13 advantage going into halftime. “I thought our defense kept us in there,” Cooper said. “We held the 12th best team in the country to 26 points in the first half — that’s pretty good. We just weren’t generating any offense.”A full-court press and a zone defense stifled the Women of Troy on offense as they managed to shoot just 5-for-22 from the field in the first half.More glaringly though, they committed 10 turnovers and gave up nine offensive rebounds. The second half wouldn’t prove to be much different as the Bruins opened up with a 8-2 run in the first three minutes, pushing their lead to 36-15.For much of the rest of the game, the Women of Troy struggled to establish any type of offensive consistency and the Bruins led by as many as 25 points.“You’re not going to win many games when you shoot just 27 percent and we’re a better shooting team than that,” Cooper said. “For us to score 13 points in a half … I haven’t seen that all season.”Beside their shooting woes, USC had difficulty keeping the Bruins off the offensive glass as they gave up a total of 19 offensive rebounds that led to 19 second chance points.Gilbreath struggled from the field the entire game, misfiring on all 12 attempts. She finished with nine points – all from the free-throw line – and eight rebounds.Corral led USC with 14 points, with 11 coming in the second half. The next game for the Women of Troy will be against Oregon at the Galen Center on Thursday, Jan. 13 at 7 pm.
Published on May 21, 2017 at 2:32 pm Contact Charlie: firstname.lastname@example.org | @charliedisturco NEWARK, Del. — An early Towson run sank Syracuse into a hole it was unable to dig out of, in part due to the Tigers’ third-ranked defense and seven man-up opportunities. The No. 2 Orange (13-3, 4-0 Atlantic Coast) never led in an eventual 10-7 loss to No. 11 Towson (12-4, 4-1 Colonial Athletic) in the NCAA quarterfinals at Delaware Stadium in Newark, Delaware, on Sunday afternoon. This marks the first graduating class without a Final Four appearance since John Desko was a player back in 1979.Here are the superlatives from the quarterfinals loss:The Big Moment: First quarter scrumFresh off a Jordan Evans turnover, Towson looked to push transition. Evans came from behind the Towson defender while Sergio Salcido came cutting from the middle of the field. A slash sent Towson’s defender diving off to the sidelines and a yellow flag high in the air. After the play, a scrum ensued. With tensions high and Towson up an early 3-0, the double man-up opportunity cued another Tigers goal. Over the next four minutes, Towson found the back of the net two more times, a lead that Syracuse would never come back from.Stud: Joe SeiderAdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe senior attack dominated the Syracuse defense in the first half. Seider often stood near the top of the offense, waiting for his opportunity to draw a slide or dodge for an open shot. The bullets that came from his stick often found nylon past goalie Evan Molloy, including twice on man-up opportunities.Dud: Syracuse’s man-up gameThe nation’s second best man-up unit had no answers for Towson’s defense. Four separate occasions the Orange drew a man-up, and every time, Towson took possession and waited the penalties out. An area where Syracuse has thrived all season became a nightmare. The group that SU needed to deliver couldn’t string anything together.Highlight: Nate Solomon’s behind-the-back goalAfter a quick faceoff win, redshirt freshman attack Stephen Rehfuss took possession, running out from aside the net. He turned and found Nate Solomon. With his back to the goal, Solomon quickly released a behind-the-back shot over the right shoulder of goalie Matt Hoy. The goal pulled SU within five and contributed toward a late Orange push that would fall just short. Solomon finished with four goals, the only Orange player with more than one goal.Lowlight: Towson’s 6-0 run in first quarterFor the first time since March of 2015, Syracuse was held scoreless for the entire first quarter. Towson’s packed-in defense limited off-ball movement near the crease and SU was left to create open shots from farther out. Pair the limited opportunities with four penalties and Towson took advantage. Fifteen minutes later, Towson held onto a sturdy six-goal lead and left Syracuse scrambling for answers. With just under a minute left in the game, Syracuse finally scored its seventh goal — just barely edging Towson’s first-quarter total. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Unibet backs #GoRacingGreen as lead racing charity July 28, 2020 Related Articles Share Submit StumbleUpon HBLB ups prize-money contribution to offset inevitable cuts May 15, 2020 UK Racing pushes for drastic levy reforms as deep recession looms August 25, 2020 Share Ex-Wasps CEO David Armstrong has been appointed as the new Chief Executive for the Racecourse Association (RCA), bringing with him a wealth of expertise from across the sporting world. Armstrong is set to take up the position full-time as of 11 March. He joins the RCA after a three year tenure as Group CEO of Rugby Union team, Wasps. During his time at the club, he oversaw the team’s ascent to becoming the largest rugby club in the world (by revenue).Prior to Wasps, Armstrong undertook a number of senior positions in the business world, working for PepsiCo, Compass Group, Diageo and Lonrho.RCA Chairman Maggie Carver praised the new appointment: “I am delighted to welcome David Armstrong as Chief Executive of the RCA and to the sport of horse racing,” she said: “David brings extensive and valuable experience across the sports and leisure industries as well as a background in finance.“I am confident David will be a vital asset in the future development of racecourses as well as the sport as a whole. The full RCA team is looking forward to welcoming him and to working together.”Armstrong will still retain his positions as Chairman of Pentathlon GB, Non-executive Director of Wasps Holdings and Advisory Board member at Oakwell Capital. He is familiar with the horse racing world, having previously enjoyed ownership of a horse with William Muir.Armstrong commented “I am delighted and honoured to be joining the RCA at such an important time in the evolution of the sport. I hope I can bring my varied experiences from across the sporting landscape to bear in developing our racecourses and the sport in general. I’m also excited to be joining such a strong Board under Maggie’s leadership and getting my sleeves rolled up!”
Patrick Mahomes plays 1 drive instead of 1 quarter after Chiefs’ touchdown The Lions also inked free agent running back Justin Stockton, though terms of the deals were not disclosed.OFFICIAL: We have signed free agent QB Josh Johnson and free agent RB Justin Stockton.📰: https://t.co/wb6r15yX5t pic.twitter.com/kG2XtHJJN2— Detroit Lions (@Lions) August 10, 2019Johnson, 33, initially was drafted by the Buccaneers in the fifth round of the 2008 draft. He also played for the Sacramento Mountain Lions of the United Football League and was expected to play for the San Diego Fleet of the Alliance of American Football before the Redskins signed him last year. Saints release Rishard Matthews after he leaves training camp Others teams Johnson has played with include the 49ers, Browns, Bengals, Jets, Colts, Bills, Ravens, Giants, Texans, Raiders and Redskins, though he’s only seen snaps in regular-season games with four of those franchises.In 33 career games, including eight starts, Johnson has completed 148 of 268 passes for 1,632 yards, eight scores and 14 picks.He threw for 590 yards, three touchdowns and four interceptions for Washington in 2018. Robert Griffin III injury update: Ravens expect QB (thumb) to return for Week 1 Related News Not many athletes can say they’ve had stints with more than a dozen teams during their playing career, but Josh Johnson is one of them.The Lions on Saturday announced they signed the free agent quarterback after Tom Savage suffered a head injury in Thursday’s preseason game against the Patriots, making Detroit the 13th team Johnson has joined.
“There’s no question that this weekend presents us with the biggest challenge we’ve faced as a group,” said Saints head coach Jeff Dubois.“We had some good success against TRU at home two weeks ago but everyone in our league knows they’re a team that performs their best at home. They’ve got a tough, rugged team and games on the smaller ice at Kamloops Memorial Arena are never fun or easy.”The Saints will look to build on their strong play of late, which resulted in four wins and a goal differential of + 31 (35 goals scored, 4 allowed) during their recently completed four-game homestand. SFU has posted a league-best 36 wins in 39 games on home ice over the past three seasons while TRU follows close behind with 31 home wins in 38 opportunities.Overall, the Saints’ weekend opponents have lost just four games combined on home ice since 2008. “SFU has lost a single game at home in three seasons so it’s clear that you won’t win in their rink unless everyone is on the same page and playing hard, mistake-free hockey. Factor that in with the travel between games, which isn’t ideal, and it’s going to be a physical and mental test for us,” Debois said.”But that’s a good thing – you want to face these types of challenges and see how you respond under tough circumstances.”NOTES: Both games this weekend will be webcast on www.FastHockey.com . . . . Forward Connor McLaughlin received an Honourable Mention for BCIHL Player of the Week on Monday following his three-goal, five-point performance against the University of Victoria on the weekend. McLaughlin is the fourth Saints player in as many weeks to receive POW recognition, as defenceman Lucas Hildebrand and forward Logan Proulx were tagged with Honourable Mentions in weeks 1 and 2 while blueliner Dylan Smith took home the award last week. . . . The Saints next home game is Saturday, November 24th against Eastern Washington University. The match-up will be the first of the regular season between Selkirk and their closest geographic rival. The undefeated Selkirk Saints put their unbeaten B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League belt on the line this weekend with a tough two-game road trip to Kamloops and the Lower Mainland.The Saints travel to Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops before completing the two-game stint Saturday in Burnaby against Simon Fraser University.
TO Zidane He has no choice but to find new ways to the goal and his players have joined the cause. The scorer torrent that contributed Cristiano no longer exists and now it’s time to channel the goals among the rest. The squad has got to work and this season Madrid exhibits seventeen different scorers. With Brahim’s goal against Unionists last Wednesday in the Cup, the list of players to be released is reduced to Mariano and four defenses: Mendy, Marcelo, Militao and Nacho, of which only one, the French, exhibits holder status. “Any of my players can make a difference in an offensive position,” Zidane boasted last weekend, when Casemiro sentenced Sevilla with a double. Until the Copa premiere against a Second B, the eight previous white goals to that 1-3 to Unionists they had come from players who are not forwards. He went on January 4 in 0-3 to Getafe (Varane double and both Modric), 3-1 to Valencia (Kroos, Isco and Modric) in the Arab Super Cup and both to Sevilla last Saturday. More distributed than in BarçaWith Benzema going through a certain drought and the second highest producer of the team, Rodrygo, paying his inexperience (his last target was on December 11 in Bruges) there has hardly been more help from the rest of the leading strikers (Bale, three goals, and Jovic, only one). Discounting the attackers, the rest of the team has added almost half (27) of the total white official goals (57), 47%. In comparison, those 17 white scorers make the goals more distributed than in Barcelona, where they have scored 14 different players but where Messi, Luis Suarez and Griezmann make up 68% of the Barça goals.