25.34 0.4 Miriam Peni Brisbane 31‐Jan 2:43.8 Andipas Georasi Lae 16‐Apr 60m 1.64 Adrine Monagi San Angelo TX 16‐Mar Wind assisted 49.25 Mowen Boino Abilene 9‐Apr 14.52 +5.9 Peniel Richard Kingsville TX 19‐Mar 1:30.3 Peniel Joshua Lae 6‐Feb 11.91 ‐1.4 Rellie Kaputin Lubbock TX 24‐Mar 6.60 Steven Ray Lae 16‐Apr 3000m 63.0 Tuna Tine Lae 12‐Mar 1000m 12.13 3.4 Afure Adah Pittsburg KS 25‐Mar 11.25 NWI Charles Livuan Suva 6‐Feb 12.51 ‐0.5 Miriam Peni Perth 13‐Mar 53.83 Mowen Boino Suva 6‐Feb 36.33 Jacklyn Travertz Brisbane 5‐Mar 11.66 ‐0.1 Toea Wisil Glendale NSW 30‐Jan 62.2 Jenny Albert Lae 27‐Feb 11.59 ‐0.2 Toea Wisil Sydney 2‐Apr 22.19 ‐0.6 Charles Livuan Adelaide 14‐Feb 22.24 1.7 Ruwan Gunasinghe Brisbane 28‐Feb 22.82 ‐2.4 Nelson Stone Brisbane 5‐Mar 13.5 Salome Yawas Lae 6‐Feb 3:07.2 Jenny Albert Lae 12‐Mar 22.27 Theo Piniau Albuquerque NM 13‐Feb 400m 6 1.95 Donna Koniel Brisbane 26‐Feb 25.16 ‐0.4 Miriam Peni Perth 11‐Mar 22.7 Joe Matmat Lae 26‐Mar 21.39 2.0 Theo Piniau Canyon 9‐Apr 24.82 1.6 Afure Adah Los angeles 14‐Apr 3:07.1 Jenny Albert Lae 26‐Mar 24.4 Moses Darius Lae 26‐Mar 10.92 1.0 Ruwan Gunasinghe Sydney 1‐Apr 11.11 0.9 Charles Livuan Adelaide 14‐Feb TIME NAME SURNAME LOCATION DATE PNG INDOOR RANKING LIST FOR WOMEN (cont) 2016 14.79 +3.8 Peniel Richard Stephenville TX 3‐Mar 36.1 Ephraim Lerkin Lae 16‐Apr WIND ASSISTED 47.6 Annie Topal Lae 16‐Apr 100m 11.44 0.8 Toea Wisil Canberra 6‐Feb 38.2 Moses Darius Lae 12‐Mar 65.9 Esther Simon Lae 12‐Mar 37.23 Jacklyn Travertz Brisbane 26‐Feb TIME NAME SURNAME LOCATION DATE 5.23m Adrine Monagi Alamosa CO 20‐Feb 35.4 Peniel Joshua Lae 27‐Feb 600m(Hand) 5.48m Adrine Monagi Joplin MO 6‐Feb 52.69 Mowen Boino Austin TX 1‐Apr 12.40 0.6 Miriam Peni Brisbane 9‐Jan Page 2 of 3 400m Hurdles 50.4 Cecilia Kumalalamene Lae 16‐Apr 11.15 0.1 Ruwan Gunasinghe Sydney 17‐Jan 6.57 ‐0.3 Peniel Richard Arlington 26‐Mar 25.98 0.6 Miriam Peni Canberra 16‐Apr 11.44 0.0 Toea Wisil Canberra 6‐Feb 5000m 3 7.15 Adrine Monagi Arlington TX 26‐Mar 12.70 ‐2.0 Miriam Peni Adelaide 13‐Feb 63.3 Esther Simon Lae 16‐Apr 12.69 ‐2.6 Miriam Peni Adelaide 6‐Feb 64.0 Raylene Kanam Lae 27‐Feb 9.85 Adrine Monagi Kingsville TX 16‐Mar 53.00 Mowen Boino Lubbock TX 24‐Mar 35.0 Peniel Joshua Lae 12‐Mar 24.03 ‐1.3 Toea Wisil Sydney 3‐Apr 54.03 Ephraim Lerkin Adelaide 13‐Feb 100m 6 1.66 Jenny Albert Adelaide 6‐Feb 14.79 +1.4 ;1.64m ; 9.85m ; 25.78 +2.3 ; 5.66m +2.2; 35.80 ; 2:43.50 3:08.7 Rama Kumilgo Lae 26‐Mar 23.62 1.3 Toea Wisil Perth 12‐Mar 20:39.81 Poro Gahekave El Paso TX 26‐Mar 1 4.80 3.4 Afure Adah Sioux Falls IA 3‐Apr 7.77 Afure Adah Mankato MN 22‐Jan 200m Long Jump 61.4 Nancy Malamut Lae 12‐Mar 10.97 ‐1.1 Ruwan Gunasinghe Sydney 26‐Feb 4857 pts Adrine Monagi San Angelo 16/17 March 23.43 ‐0.6 Toea Wisil Canberra 7‐Feb Most of the results have come from athletes taking part in international events.But the focus is now on the domestic track and field season which is getting underway.So far, the only local results reported have been from Lae where Wesley Logorava and Peniel Joshua have shown good results from early in the season.Nancy Malamut has also showed potential in the 400m after starting her athletics career in the 100m and 200m.There will be a regular Saturday morning competition in Lae for the next seven weeks to prepare athletes for the National Championships which is scheduled on the Queen’s Birthday weekend.This weekend at the Sir Ignatius Kilage Stadium will see Programme A events conducted which are the 100m , 400m , 1500m, 100m hurdles, Triple jump , high jump and shot put.This programme will be repeated on May 7, May 21 and June 4 .Next weekend’s competition on April 30 will see programme B events, which are the 200m, 800m 3000m , 400m hurdles, long jump , discus and javelin.This programme will be repeated on May 14 and May 28.PNG OUTDOOR RANKING LIST FOR MEN 2016 7.04 3.1 Peniel Richard Kingsville TX 19‐Mar Page 2 of 2 10.08 hept Adrine Monagi San Angelo TX 7‐Apr Triple jump 2:20.66 Jenny Albert Adelaide 6‐Feb 11.44 1.7 Toea Wisil Perth 12‐Mar 12.63 1.3 Rellie Kaputin San Marcos TX 2‐Apr 38.0 Peter Narimole Lae 16‐Apr 200m 3 8.22 Adrine Monagi San Antonio TX 27‐Feb 49.81 Mowen Boino Portland OR 18‐Mar 11.58 ‐0.3 Toea Wisil Sydney 2‐Apr 25.55 1.3 Miriam Peni Brisbane 5‐Mar 1.67 Rellie Kaputin Canyon TX 9‐Apr 5 6.51 Betty Burua Brisbane 26‐Feb Page 1 of 3 (Salome Yawas , Nancy Malamut , Charline Giuka; Lyenne Nilmo) 2 4.91 nwi Shirley Vunatup Levelland 20‐Feb 600yards 5 8.10 Donna Koniel Brisbane 16‐Jan 12.32 1.2 Miriam Peni Canberra 20‐Feb High Jump Shot put 2:28.40 Adrine Monagi San Angelo TX 8‐Apr 15.9 (h) Wesley Logorava Lae 26‐Mar 24.23 0.2 Toea Wisil Brisbane 28‐Feb 12.52 ‐1.8 Miriam Peni Adelaide 13‐Feb Page 1 of 2 800m 7.01 0.0 Ruwan Gunasinghe Sydney 16‐Jan 50.31 Theo Piniau Alamosa , CO 20‐Feb 10:52.83 Poro Gahekave Winstom Salem,NC 4‐Mar 25.19 Afure Adah Mankato 9‐Jan 54.62 Ephraim Lerkin Suva 6‐Feb 5 7.52 Shirley Vunatup El Paso TX 26‐Mar Triple Jump 12.20 2.1 Miriam Peni Brisbane 31‐Jan 60.6 Jenny Albert Lae 16‐Apr 11.69 ‐3.1 Toea Wisil Brisbane 23‐Jan 5000m 200m 26.02 ‐3.5 Miriam Peni Brisbane 28‐Feb 14.56 1.6 Sharon Kwarula Canyon TX 9‐Apr TIME NAME SURNAME LOCATION DATE 19:34.38 Poro Gahekave Abilene TX 9‐Apr 35.9 Joe Matmat Lae 16‐Apr 1 5.00 2.5 Adrine Monagi Arlington TX 26‐Mar 9.00 Adrine Monagi Alamosa Co 21‐Feb 2000mSteeple 23.47 0.6 Toea Wisil Sydney 3‐Apr 1500m wind assisted 13.3 Charline Giuka Lae 6‐Feb 11.59 4.6 Toea Wisil Brisbane 27‐Feb Page 1 of 2 PNG OUTDOOR RANKING LIST FOR WOMEN Page 2 of 3 2016 65.2 Cecilia Kumalalamene Lae 27‐Feb 11.69 0.8 Toea Wisil Sydney 19‐Mar Page 3 of 3 12.0 Micheal Lae 6‐Feb Wind assisted 53.80 Mowen Boino Adelaide 13‐Feb 51.62 Nelson Stone Brisbane 26‐Feb 1.50m Naomi Kerari Levelland 20‐Feb 25.85 0.8 Miriam Peni Brisbane 16‐Jan 2:44.5 Godfrey Dun Lae 16‐Apr 62.6 Raylyne Kanam Lae 12‐Mar 100m(Hand) 5021 pts Adrine Monagi San Angelo 7/8 april 22.69 Theo Piniau Alamosa,Co 6‐Feb 11.60 ‐0.3 Toea Wisil Sydney 1‐Apr 24.91 (1.0) Afure Adah Long Beach CA 16‐Apr 5.02 Annie Topal Lae 16‐Apr Mile 2 5.78 2.3 Adrine Monagi San Angelo TX 16‐Mar 22.4 Wesley Logorava Lae 26‐Mar 26.0 Nancy Malamut Lae 26‐Mar 27.8 Tuna Tine Lae 26‐Mar 4:56.71 Jenny Albert Adelaide 13‐Feb 10.94 0.4 Theo Piniau Canyon 9‐Apr Shot Put 28.9 Esther Simon Lae 26‐Mar 400m 3:09.0 Rama Kumilgo Lae 12‐Mar 1.61 Rellie Kaputin Lubbock TX 24‐Mar 5:05.39 Rama Kumilgo Adelaide 13‐Feb 23.79 1.3 Toea Wisil Brisbane 5‐Mar 25.30 0.4 Miriam Peni Brisbane 23‐Jan Heptathlon 7:45.80 Rama Kumilgo Adelaide 23‐Jan 400m Wind assisted 24.93 Afure Adah Brookings,SD 12‐Feb 11.63 1.5 Toea Wisil Brisbane 16‐Jan 2:43.7 Peter Narimole Lae 16‐Apr 49.66 Ephraim Lerkin Adelaide 13‐Feb 11:21.7 Rama Kumilgo Lae 16‐Apr 5 7.09 Donna Koniel Brisbane 19‐Mar PNG OUTDOOR RANKING LIST FOR WOMEN Page 3 of 3 2016 9.54 Adrine Monagi Pittsburg,KS 29‐Jan 23.65 ‐0.2 Toea Wisil Canberra 20‐Feb 65.5 Esther Simon Lae 27‐Feb 200m (h) 12.65 0.3 Miriam Peni Canberra 16‐Apr 25.24 1.9 Miriam Peni Perth 11‐Mar 12.7 Lyenne Nilmo Lae 6‐Feb 7.78 Afure Adah Mankato MN 27‐Feb 13.8 Alice Baim Lae 6‐Feb 6.19 Patrick Hou Lae 16‐Apr 34.3 Wesley Logorava Lae 16‐Apr 36.2 Robson Yinambe Lae 16‐Apr 12.54 1.7 Adrine Monagi San Angelo 9‐Apr 11.0 Joe Matmat Lae 6‐Feb 3 8.15 Adrine Monagi Stephenville TX 3‐Mar 24.82 Afure Adah Mankato 26‐Feb 1:36.76 Adrine Monagi Joplin MO 6‐Feb 400m(Hand) 5:06.77 Poro Gahekave El Paso TX 26‐Mar 27.5 Helen Philemon Lae 26‐Mar 1.59 Adrine Monagi San Angelo TX 9‐Apr 22.6 Nelson Stone Brisbane 23‐Mar 62.0 Tuna Tine Lae 27‐Feb 2:20.23 Jenny Albert Adelaide 14‐Feb 6.04 3.8 Rellie Kaputin Canyon TX 9‐Apr 11:36.5 Carolyn Mando Lae 16‐Apr 12:01.6 Gethrude Komba Lae 16‐Apr 11.45 1.7 Toea Wisil Canberra 20‐Feb 5.66 2.2 Adrine Monagi San Angelo TX 17‐Mar 2:53.34 Adrine Monagi Alamosa CO 20‐Feb 3000m 5.37m Adrine Monagi Alamosa CO 21‐Feb 7:40.40 Rama Kumilgo Adelaide 13‐Feb 5.96 1.1 Rellie Kaputin Lubbock TX 24‐Mar 35.4 Wesley Logorava Lae 12‐Mar 10.86 1.2 Ruwan Gunasinghe Sydney 26‐Feb 52.75 Mowen Boino Canyon TX 8‐Apr 5:05.60 Rama Kumilgo Adelaide 30‐Jan 12.52 ‐2.0 Miriam Peni Perth 13‐Mar 14.66 ‐0.1 Adrine Monagi Stephenville TX 3‐Mar 14.79 1.4 Adrine Monagi (hept) San Angelo TX 16‐Mar PNG INDOOR RANKING LIST FOR MEN 2016 51.5 Mixed Lae 29‐Jan 26.03 0.4 Miriam Peni Brisbane 28‐Feb 10.94 0.6 Ruwan Gunasinghe Sydney 26‐Feb 300m Hurdles 1.60m Adrine Monagi Alamosa CO 20‐Feb 37.04 Jacklyn Travertz Sydney 24‐Mar 2:37.8 George Yamak Lae 16‐Apr 11.17 1.3 Charles Livuan Adelaide 14‐Feb 5:07.30 Jenny Albert Adelaide 30‐Jan 9.00 Sharon Kwarula Pittsburg,KS 29‐Jan 35.1 Peniel Joshua Lae 16‐Apr 14.75 ‐0.0 Peniel Richard San Angelo 9‐Apr 1.90 Peniel Richard Arlington 26‐Mar 300m Hurdles 200m (h) PNG OUTDOOR RANKING LIST FOR WOMEN 2016 26.28 ‐3.2 Shirley Vunatup Abilene 9‐Apr 11.67 0.9 Toea Wisil Brisbane 27‐Feb 24.68 ‐1.9 Toea Wisil Brisbane 28‐Feb 5.59 5.3 Adrine Monagi Stephenville TX 3‐Mar 5:46.37 Poro Gahekave Levelland 20‐Feb 49.73 Theo Piniau Alamosa , CO 21‐Feb 200m TIME NAME SURNAME LOCATION DATE 6.63 1.1 Peniel Richard San Angelo 9‐Apr 1.66 Rellie Kaputin Austin TX 1‐Apr 14.77 +2.5 Peniel Richard San Antonio TX 28‐Feb 11.63 2.4 Toea Wisil Brisbane 27‐Feb 49.61 Theo Piniau Pittsburg,KS 29‐Jan 60m Wind assisted 24.94 Afure Adah Mankato 27‐Feb 28.6 Cecilia Kumalalamene Lae 26‐Mar 7.73 nwi Shirley Vunatup Levelland, TX 20‐Feb 40.0 Godfrey Dunn Lae 16‐Apr 11:13.4 Mary Kua Lae 16‐Apr 15.63 e 1.3 Wala Gime San Angelo 9‐Apr 12.8 Nancy Malamut Lae 6‐Feb 25.77 ‐0.2 Miriam Peni Adelaide 13‐Feb 22.12 2.6 Theo Piniau San Marcos TX 2‐Apr 400m Hurdles 62.14 Donna Koniel Sydney 1‐Apr 110m Hurdles 1.66m Adrine Monagi Joplin MO 6‐Feb 5 6.85 Betty Burua Glendale,NSW 30‐Jan 22.46 3.0 Ruwan Gunasinghe Canberra 7‐Feb 100m 10.97 0.2 Ruwan Gunasinghe Canberra 7‐Feb Wind assisted 40.0 Peniel Joshua Lae 26‐Mar 14.73 +2.1 ; 1.53; 10.08; 25.35 +2.5; 5.76 +3.1; 36.93 ; 2:28.40 60.5 Nancy Malamut Lae 16‐Apr 9.91 Adrine Monagi San Angelo TX 3‐Mar 27.2 Annie Topal Lae 26‐Mar 60m 7.05 Theo Piniau Albuquerque NM 22‐Jan 25.23 0.6 Afure Adah Pittsburg KS 25‐Mar 24.06 ‐0.6 Toea Wisil Sydney 19‐Mar 12:19.2 Bala Nicholas Lae 16‐Apr 100m Hurdles 11:07.46 Poro Gahekave Fayetteville,AR 12‐Feb 2:21.3 (h) Jenny Albert Adelaide 23‐Jan 61.95 Donna Koniel Brisbane 27‐Feb Long Jump 7.79 Afure Adah Mankato MN 22‐Jan 36.0 Robson Yinambe Lae 12‐Mar 60m 7.69 Afure Adah Brookings, SD 12‐Feb 7.70 Afure Adah Mankato MN 26‐Feb 7.74 Afure Adah Brookings, SD 12‐Feb 1000m High Jump 37.3 Moses darius Lae 16‐Apr 7.82 Afure Adah Mankato MN 22‐Jan 12.41 ‐0.6 Miriam Peni Brisbane 23‐Jan 12.39 4.4 Shirley Vunatup Abilene 9‐Apr 24.91 Afure Adah Mankato 6‐Feb Javelin 9.82m Adrine Monagi Alamosa CO 20‐Feb 25.03 Afure Adah Pittsburg,KS 11‐Mar 7:47.77 Rama Kumilgo Adelaide 6‐Feb 12.18 1.8 Afure Adah Los Angeles 14‐Apr 100m(Hand) 800m 37.3 Emmanuel Wanga Lae 16‐Apr 4x100m Relay 47.5 Raylyne Kanam Lae 26‐Mar 10.8 Wesley Logorava Lae 6‐Feb Wind assisted TIME NAME SURNAME LOCATION DATE Wind assisted 25.65 ‐0.1 Miriam Peni Brisbane 9‐Jan 19:49.14 Poro Gahekave College station,TX 5‐Feb 60mH 1.53 (hept) Adrine Monagi San Angelo TX 7‐Apr Hammer Throw 9.03 Adrine Monagi Alamosa 20‐Feb 9.07 Afure Adah Mankato 9‐Jan 9.09 Adrine Monagi Alamosa Co 21‐Feb 9.36 Adrine Monagi Joplin MO 6‐Feb 26.02 ‐2.2 Miriam Peni Adelaide 13‐Feb Long jump 50.93 Mowen Boino Adelaide 13‐Feb 12.49 1.5 Miriam Peni Brisbane 16‐Jan PNG OUTDOOR RANKING LIST FOR MEN 2016 High jump PNG INDOOR RANKING LIST FOR WOMEN 2016 300m (h) 1 5.03 3.7 Adrine Monagi Austin TX 1‐Apr 3 5.80 hept Adrine Monagi San Angelo TX 17‐Mar
End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson MOST READ Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ Two Filipinos are about to take their young football careers to Germany where they will join the training camp of famed sports club FC Bayern Munich.Jan Meir Mitra of De La Salle Zobel, Konrad Keim Sollorin of Iloilo, Aeron Christian Tenollar of Baguio and Michael Antillo at Archie Dela Cruz of Don Bosco will fly to Bali, Indonesia, next week for the three-day Allianz Junior Football Camp to be conducted by Bayern youth coach Maximillian Knauer and retired Brazilian striker Giovane Elber.ADVERTISEMENT Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite LATEST STORIES 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano Kawhi Leonard, Clippers rally to beat Pelicans Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next View comments ‘I’m out!’: PewDiePie releases last video before taking break from YouTube McGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC return LeBron James scores 31 points, Lakers beat Rockets Indian national gunned down in Camarines Sur Lady Warriors, Jet spikers dispute semis slot They will vie for two of the five slots to the Germany camp set late August against players from China, India, among others.The Philippine representatives aged 14 to 16 years were chosen during the recent National Youth Futsal Cup organized by Allianz PNB Life, Philippine Football Federation (PFF) and Henry V. Moran Foundation.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’“When you are in the field, you have to make sure that you work as a team and you develop self-discipline,” said Allianz PNB Life branding communications and digital director Rei Abrazaldo during the media presentation Tuesday at Ayala Museum Cafe in Makati.Jess Landangan was assigned by the PFF to handle the Filipinos’ Bali camp. —ROMINA S. AUSTRIA
A member of the Guyana Power and Light disconnection crew and a Police rank were on Thursday injured by a 64-year-old woman of Sophia, Greater Georgetown.Based on reports received, the injured disconnection crew member and others had gone to the Lot 128 Sophia home to disconnect the electricity when they were confronted by an elderly woman brandishing a kitchen knife.Summoned, the Police arrived at the scene and attempted to arrest the elderly woman who was armed with the kitchen knife, but the elder stabbed the GPL worker to his jaw and slashed a Police rank to her hand.She was eventually subdued, but the Police later learnt that she suffers from a mental disorder, and as such, she was released on station bail. Advice is being sought from the Director of Public Prosecutions on the way forward.The injured GPL worker and the Police rank were taken to the Georgetown Public Hospital where they were treated. The Police rank was sent away while the GPL worker was admitted for observation on Thursday. He, however, was discharged on Friday.
Victory sparked mass celebrations from City. United are understood to have taken exception to how their visitors conducted themselves in and around the dressing room area.Milk and water were reportedly thrown at United boss Jose Mourinho after a confrontation with City goalkeeper Ederson and this allegedly escalated into altercation involving up to 20 players and staff in a crowded corridor.City coach Mikel Arteta was reportedly left with a cut below his eye after being hit by a plastic bottle.The FA had asked for a response from the clubs by Wednesday but they have been given until two extra days to provide observations on the alleged fracas.“Manchester United and Manchester City have both been given extra time to provide their observations following reports of an incident after Sunday’s game. They now have until 6:00 pm on Friday 15 December,” the FA said in a statement.Mourinho has dismissed claims his players were in the wrong during the chaotic post-match confrontation that overshadowed the derby.City manager Guardiola has also defended his players, although he has offered an apology to United.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000The match between Manchester United and Manchester City on December 10, 2017, was overshadowed by a chaotic post-match confrontation © AFP/File / Oli SCARFFLONDON, United Kingdom, Dec 13 – The Football Association on Wednesday gave Manchester United and Manchester City extra time to explain the ugly post-match scenes at Old Trafford following victory for Pep Guardiola’s team.Runaway Premier League leaders City opened an 11-point gap over second-placed United with their 2-1 win on Sunday.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is usually the hero for Paris Saint-Germain but against Lille his sidekicks Edinson Cavani and Ezequiel Lavezzi were the stars of the show.The Ligue 1 giants were 6-1 winners on Saturday and, while Lavezzi hit a hat-trick, Uruguayan striker Cavani scored a stunning lob just four minutes into the clash after being fed through by Javier Pastore.The 28-year-old has been linked with a move to both Arsenal and Manchester United this year, despite the player insisting he is concentrating on playing for the French club.But a move could still happen, especially when he can score goals like this. You can see the lob below… 1 Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani
10 10 6. Loic Remy (Chelsea and France) – linked with Aston Villa, Newcastle – Loic Remys Chelsea career just hasnt quite worked out. The former QPR and Newcastle man has an impressive strike rate in the Premier League but a poor injury record and a lack of faith from Jose Mourinho has seen his minutes restricted. A return to the north east has been mooted although even a January transfer is unlikely to see him force his way into the France squad despite the blackmail scandal facing fellow striker Karim Benzema. 10 10 3. Andros Townsend (Tottenham and England) – linked with Newcastle, Bournemouth – A player who has often saved his best form for the international stage, Townsend has now fallen so far down the Tottenham pecking order his appearances have been reduced to exclusively Under-21 games. England manager Roy Hodgson is a clear admirer of his talents, so a move to guarantee more game time could well catapult him back into the 68-year-olds thoughts. 10 10 Euro 2016 follows the culmination to the 2015/16 season and it’s set to be an exciting occasion, particularly for the four Home Nation taking part.A sizeable percentage of Premier League players will be hoping to force their way into their respective international reckonings ahead of the finals in France.But many of those stars may be struggling to make an impression at their current clubs as the second half of the season begins.That’s where the January transfer window comes in, with opportunities out there for those with tournament desires to acquire more first-team action.But who should be looking to do so? talkSPORT has looked at 10 players who could benefit from a move this month.Click the yellow arrow above, right, to see who made the shortlist… 4. Pedro (Chelsea and Spain) – linked with Barcelona – Pedros move to Chelsea last summer was meant to boost his chances of securing a role in Spains attack in France, but an uninspiring Blues career to date has ironically put that in jeopardy. Guus Hiddinks arrival and Eden Hazards injury problems could reignite those hopes, but a return to Spain has been mooted to ensure he figures in Del Bosques thoughts. 10 10 10 8. Marouane Fellaini (Manchester United and Belgium) – linked with AC Milan – The big Belgian has become a scapegoat of Van Gaals stuttering, dysfunctional United side and as a result has been ostracized from the starting XI as the club seek a more fluid attacking approach. Hes been brilliant for Belgium in the last 12 months, however, scoring six times in his last four games and the 28-year-old will want to preserve that importance ahead of a finals they are heavily tipped to flourish at. 7. Mathieu Debuchy (Arsenal and France) – linked with Aston Villa – A man whose value has depreciated dramatically in the last 12 months, Debuchy cant get a look in at the Emirates due to the meteoric rise of Hector Bellerin. Aston Villa manager Remi Garde has expressed an interest in Debuchy, but the right back might desire a slightly more ambitious move considering hes still very much competing with Bacary Sagna for a starting berth in the France team. 2. Kevin Mirallas (Everton and Belgium) – linked with Monaco – Mirallas is another mercurial talent who is a frequent game-changer but has struggled at Everton since he stole a penalty from Leighton Baines against West Brom in January 2015 and duly missed it. The Belgium squad is brimming with elite stars featuring regularly for Europes heavyweight clubs, so a move might be necessary to safeguard his tournament inclusion. 5. Ashley Young (Manchester United and England) – linked with Tottenham – Young has quietly and effectively gone about his business at Manchester United in the last year but it still hasnt been enough to earn an England recall. After several years in the international abyss and despite hastening Angel di Marias Old Trafford exit with his performances last season, Young may require more time in the spotlight than he is being offered in Manchester. 1. Ander Herrera (Manchester United and Spain) – linked with Juventus – A sizeable percentage of Premier League players will be hoping to be part of their respective nation’s Euro 2016 squads. First team football is important and some could seek January transfers to boost their chances of booking a seat on the plane and talkSPORT looks at 10 players. Rumours of Herreras discontent in Manchester continue to rumble on, with many claiming Uniteds entire Latin-speaking contingent have fallen out altogether with manager Louis van Gaal. The 26-year-old is one of the most popular figures in the Red Devils squad but might seek an escape in January to ensure he remains a part of Spain boss Vicente Del Bosques plans. 9. Jonjo Shelvey (Swansea and England) – linked with Crystal Palace, Newcastle – From a key cog in an impressive Swansea outfit at the start of the season to a peripheral figure in a struggling Swans side in the new year, its difficult to put a finger on Shelveys decline. His talent is undeniable though there are doubts about his temperament, but he really impressed in the England setup in the last few Euro 2016 qualifiers. A change of scenery could reignite his chances as the likes of Dele Alli and Eric Dier are both probably ahead of him right now. 10 10. Charlie Austin (QPR and England) – linked with Crystal Palace, Chelsea, Newcastle – Austin’s talents are wasted in the Championship. He earned his first England call up at the back end of last season after scoring 18 goals for an abject QPR side and nine months later he needs a more high profile club to showcase his assets. Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew said he’s not interested in the striker, but he would not be short of other top-flight suitors. Jamie Vardys exploits this season show anything is possible for Austin in a short space of time.
Wainfest 2013, Donegal County Council Library Service Arts and Book festival kicks off tomorrow 12th October and runs until Saturday 19th. There are thirteen FREE family friendly events throughout the county including archaeology, science, creative writing and music events.This is also the last week to enter the “Get Caught Reading Competition” where children aged 4-14 can enter a photo of someone or something caught reading in an unusual or inspiring place or situation. For more information visit www.donegallibrary.ie or follow us on facebook and twitter. WAINFEST KICKS OFF IN DONEGAL TOMORROW was last modified: October 11th, 2013 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 (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalWainfest 2013
Senko Rai? has created a list of tips for MongoDB beginners called MongoDB gotchas for the unaware user. All of these “gotchas” are in the MongoDB documentation, but are the sorts of things that you might not remember until it’s too late. Taking Rai?’s advice early could save you some major headaches later on.Rai?’s tips:Use the 64-bit version The 32-bit version is limited to about 2.5GB of data, and you can’t switch to the 64-bit version after install without starting all over.Have a slave DB on another machine If your MongoDB instance crashes, you’ll want to recover it from a slave on another server because the data from the master could be hopelessly corrupted.Secure it MongoDB doesn’t use any authentication by default. If you don’t want the entire world to be able to tamper with your database, you need to setup some security rules.Always use getLastError “Unless you need lightning speed, it pays to wait a little to be sure the database is ok with your changes, and that there were no errors modifying the data,” Rai? wrote.Read his post for more details. There’s also a helpful discussion on Hacker News.See also: 3 New NoSQL Tutorials to Check Out This Weekend. Why You Love Online Quizzes klint finley Related Posts How to Write a Welcome Email to New Employees? Tags:#hack#tips 7 Types of Video that will Make a Massive Impac… Growing Phone Scams: 5 Tips To Avoid
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