23 Views no discussions Share LocalNews Courts Dominica hosts ‘Super Mom Challenge’ ahead of Mother’s Day by: – May 11, 2012 Courts Dominica will host the first ever ‘Super Mom Challenge’ on Friday to show appreciation for mothers ahead of Mother’s Day 2012 celebrations.Every year, the second Sunday in May is set aside as Mother’s Day affording persons an opportunity to honour their mothers.The challenge will be hosted at the organization’s Roseau outlet and is open to anyone who believes that they possess the skills and fortitude to complete the challenges outline bellow in the shortest possible time.Participants will have to compete in eight (8) challenges while holding a baby.They will be judged on adherence to allotted time, skills, confidence and overall presentation.The winner will receive EC$2000.00There will also be in-store specials during the challenge for persons who would want to do last minute shopping for the mothers in their lives.The competition will commence from 3pm.Dominica Vibes News Sharing is caring! Tweet Share Share
The England international spent last season on loan at West Ham, who snapped up the 24-year-old on a permanent deal this summer. Rodgers allowed Carroll to exit the Merseyside club as he wanted Suarez to be given a free role at Liverpool. “I just felt it wouldn’t benefit Luis because when you play with a big target man, it is hard not to make him your focal point, so everything has to be set around the big guy,” Rodgers told several national newspapers. “Sometimes you get sucked into doing it more direct and clearly, with my history as a coach I don’t work that way. “You look at the goals that Luis has scored in my time, there has not been too many that have been too many that have been whipped-in-crosses, which to be fair, big Andy was brilliant at. “What we try to do here is create the environment for the elite player – and Luis is an elite player “We have created an environment for all our players, but obviously for him I had to make a call last year by letting Andy Carroll go out on loan. “That created a situation where we could get the benefit of Luis’ talent, but he still had to perform, and he has done that tremendously well.” Press Association The two strikers arrived at Anfield on January 31, 2011 in big-money deals after the Reds had sold their star asset Fernando Torres to Chelsea for £50million. While Suarez has gone to become an invaluable member of Liverpool’s squad, Carroll struggled with form and fitness following his £35million arrival from Newcastle. Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has revealed he allowed Andy Carroll to leave the club for the benefit of star striker Luis Suarez.
Everton striker Louis Saha crashed into a fence while driving his Ferrari on a country road in Cheshire.The 32-year-old was driving in Wilmslow on Sunday evening when he lost control of the vehicle, Cheshire Police confirmed.The Frenchman, who was alone, did not need hospital treatment.The accident happened on the A538 Altrincham Road, near to the airport tunnel where Cristiano Ronaldo crashed his Ferrari in January 2009.A Cheshire Police spokesman said no other vehicles were involved.“Officers attended the scene where a Ferrari had collided with a fence outside the tunnel on Altrincham Road, Wilmslow, at 2054 GMT.“The 32-year-old driver was uninjured. Inquiries are continuing.”Saha played in Everton’s 2-0 home win over Sunderland at Goodison Park on Saturday. He signed for the Merseyside club in 2008 after four and a half years with Manchester United.Source: BBC
by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” Â Wellington sports enthusiasts will have an opportunity to get a sneak preview of both the WHS volleyball and football teams Thursday evening.Â The Wellington Crusader volleyball team will be holding a Gatorade Scrimmage at 5 p.m. at the high school gymnasium and the WHS football, the Wellington Middle School team, and the youth football teams will be showcased in the Crusader Club Scrimmage.Here are a few things you will see:â€¢Wellington has 70 football players out this year including 20 seniors (see newly released roster below). Individual pictures of all the football players can be found here.â€¢Great manicured field thanks to new groundskeeper Steve Gill.â€¢Other amenities such as the new banner on the press box and the new decked out Crusader Grill by Impact Bank.Here are a couple of things you will not see Thursday:â€¢There is no fence inside the stadium separating the football players from the football fans. That is not a permanent thing. Wellington school officials are making the home stands ADA compatible. But in order to do this, they need to construct a sidewalk leading to the ADA football stands which means a new permanent fence has to wait until the sidewalk is constructed. There may be a makeshift fence. Nevertheless, just because there is no makeshift fence, that doesn’t give fans permission to roam the sidelines like back in the 1950s. Stay back!â€¢The new Wellington scoreboard is not here yet nor are the 45-second clocks. The scoreboard is expected to be here for the second home game against Clearwater on Sept. 26, but won’t be here for the season opener against Augusta.The schedule for the scrimmage night is as follows:5 p.m. – Wellington Gatorade Volleyball Scrimmage – please bring a case of water or unused Gatorade bottles for the price of admission.6 p.m. – Gates open for the public at Sellers Park.6:15 â€“ Middle School Scrimmage (7th North EZ / 8th South EZ)6:35 â€“ Team Stretch6:50 â€“ Cheer Performance (Youth getting ready)6:55 â€“ Check Presentation (Youth getting ready)6:58 â€“ After Prom Kick7:00 â€“ 1st and 2nd North EZ / 3rd and 4th South EZ7:15 â€“ 5th and 6th North EZ / High School Warm-Up South EZ7:30 â€“ High School Scrimmage8:00 – DONE.In case of bad weather and poor field conditions we will conduct the scrimmage on the HS practice fields to protect the actual game field.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢The official Wellington High School football roster is as follows: 9Logan JonesRB6’1188 12Lane BeardRB5’8155 9Jared OathoutOL6’0180 10Dylan GoodmanQB5’10165 12Jaden HinesRB5’7195 10Brad McBathTE6’0190 9Andrew JohnsonOL5’10250 12Brad WarnerWR6’0163 10Lane MorganTE6’1185 12Jace BrunsTE6’2170 11Wyatt WitmerOL5’9215 11Connor PhelpsWR6’1185 GradeNamePositionHeightWeight 11Remington GilkeyWR5’11150 11Nick HydeOL6’1215 11Monty BannisterRB5’10140 12Joey HaydonWR5’10170 9Trey CaryRB5’8135 9Matthew McCombOL5’9230 10Derek DriskellRB5’5130 12Austin DunnRB6’0210 12Austin PfalzgrafWR6’1165 9Andre FowlerOL6’1230 9Gabe SmithOL6’1215 9Ty WilsonTE5’7150 12Zach BodkinsTE6’0175 11Jason NorrisOL6’2260 9Aaron SchoemannRB6’0160 10Dylan FergusonRB5’11163 9Cade PhelpsQB6’1155 12Alejandro VargasOL6’0185 12Trevor NanceQB6’5210 12Skylar BrandOL5’11220 12Andrew PelkeyRB6’0170 12Joey LewallenOL5’10205 9Christian ClaytonTE6’1185 12Adam ConditTE6’1190 12Ian KingWR5’7145 9AJ SnipesRB6’0140 10Seth SmithOL5’9160 10Carson LeGrandWR5’8145 9Malachi TidwellRB5’7118 10Michael BillingtonRB5’7162 11Jared ShieldsWR6’2165 9Ethan RedfordRB5’6140 Wellington High School football seniors will take the field Thursday night. They will open at home against Augusta next Friday.Follow us on Twitter. 12Colin ReichenbergerWR6’0160 11Josh AmosOL6’1270 9Kadin HeacockRB5’8135 12Brenton TroutmanTE6’0175 9Brayden MorganRB5’7145 11Bryce OldridgeWR5’8143 9Jaden AdamsOL5’7160 9Brandon OlesonOL5’8190 10Lukas SoriaOL5’9155 9Braiden BureshOL5’10215 11Jace LoweOL5’11240 9Joeseph ParsonTE6’2180 12Vince AstOL6’0175 10Levi PrestonOL6’0170 10Tristin WithamRB5’7145 9Jack WaltonTE6’2190 10David MatlockOL5’10173 12Drake SteinbachOL5’9185 10Chance WilsonOL5’5165 9Jack HeimerOL5’10180 10Connor BurnettOL6’2320 9Ian GroomOL5’11180 11Ryan OlsonOL5’7140 10Chris KopTE6’1193 12Trey CoulterOL6’1295 11Skyler StrubleTE5’11160 Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! 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The NBA’s two top teams meet as LeBron James and the Lakers visit Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Bucks on Thursday.MORE: Watch Lakers vs. Bucks live with fuboTV (7-day free trial) Milwaukee (24-4) got off to a slow start at the beginning of the season, splitting its first four games. But it then went 22-1 over its next 23 games before falling to Dallas on Monday. Antetokounmpo continues to prove his 2019 MVP was warranted, as the 25-year-old’s 31.7 points and 12.8 rebounds per game rank second and fifth in the league, respectively. Los Angeles (24-4) is coming off a loss to the Pacers on Tuesday that snapped a seven-game winning streak. James and teammate Anthony Davis have keyed the Lakers to their best start since the days of Kobe Bryant and have the team looking like a sure-fire title contender come June. At the age of 34, James is playing some of the best basketball of his incredible career. Along with his 25.9 points per game, James is averaging a league-best 10.6 assists. Thursday begins a tough stretch for LA, as it plays the Bucks, Clippers, Nuggets and Mavericks over its next five games. Milwaukee has an easier schedule in the coming weeks, but dates with Indiana and Philadelphia should provide a tough challenge for the top team in the Eastern Conference.Here is everything you need to know ahead of Lakers vs. Bucks, including the tipoff time and TV channel for Thursday night’s game.MORE: Lakers vs. Bucks by the numbersWhat channel is Lakers vs. Bucks on today?TV channel: TNTLive stream: fuboTV (7-day free trial)Lakers vs. Bucks is broadcast live on TNT. The “NBA on TNT” crew of Ernie Johnson, Charles Barkley, Kenny Smith and Shaquille O’Neal will host the studio show before and after TNT’s coverage Thursday, which also includes Rockets vs. Clippers as the nightcap. Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller and Allie LaForce are on the call for Lakers vs. Bucks.You can also live-stream the game by signing up for fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial. Lakers vs. Bucks: What time is tipoff?Date: Thursday, Dec. 19Start time: 5 p.m. PT | 8 p.m. ETThe 8 p.m. ET tipoff (5 p.m. PT) is the first of a doubleheader on TNT. The Rockets and Clippers will follow, tipping off at 10:30 p.m. ET (7:30 p.m. PT).Lakers schedule 2019Here are the Lakers’ next five games:DateOpponentTimeNational TVDec. 19at Bucks8 p.m. ETTNTDec. 22vs. Nuggets9:30 p.m. ETNBA TVDec. 25vs. Clippers8 p.m. ETABCDec. 28at Trail Blazers10 p.m. ET—Dec. 29vs. Mavericks9:30 p.m. ETESPNBucks schedule 2019Here are the Bucks’ next five games:DateOpponentTimeNational TVDec. 19vs. Lakers8 p.m. ETTNTDec. 21at Knicks7:30 p.m. ET—Dec. 22vs. Pacers7 p.m. ET—Dec. 25at Sixers2:30 p.m. ETABCDec. 27at Hawks7:30 p.m. ET—