Manager Roberto Martinez has confirmed the Belgium international did not sustain a serious injury in the 4-0 defeat in Tuesday night’s Merseyside derby at Anfield. Lukaku was carried off on a stretcher after colliding with team-mate Gareth Barry as they tried to prevent Steven Gerrard scoring the first goal in the 21st minute. “There is no ligament damage and the injury is not as bad as we first thought,” Martinez told evertonfc.com. “It will be a case of weeks rather than months.” Lukaku has scored nine goals in 20 appearances since joining on loan from Chelsea in the summer. He joins the likes of Bryan Oviedo (broken leg), Arouna Kone and Darron Gibson (both knee) and Seamus Coleman and Sylvain Distin (both hamstring) on the injury list. Everton will contact Liverpool after a number of concerns were highlighted by visiting fans about access problems to Anfield. “We are aware of a significant number of complaints regarding queue management from supporters waiting to enter Anfield at last night’s derby match,” said director of communications Alan Myers. “The club will make contact with Liverpool Football Club to raise these matters.” Press Association Everton striker Romelu Lukaku is likely to be out for “weeks rather than months” with an ankle injury.
Read More | Rishi Kapoor and Ranbir Kapoor have ‘star struck’ moment with De NiroLooking at the result, had Kohli completed the run, the result in Vizag would have been a win to India and a comfortable 2-0 lead in the series. However, the short run will make Kohli unhappy and one would be hoping that such a result is not repeated. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Virat Kohli owned the Vizag ODI by breaking records effortlessly. Not only did the Indian cricket team skipper score his second consecutive century, he became the fastest to 10,000 ODI runs beating the previous mark set by Sachin Tendulkar. Following his century in Guwahati, Kohli continued his phenomenal run-making prowess in Vizag and took the West Indies bowlers to the cleaners.Kohli’s unbeaten 157, his fourth 150+ score, helped India reach 321/6. However, a determined effort from Shai Hope (123*) and Shimron Hetmyer (94) helped West Indies tie the game. In hindsight, the key factor in Kohli’s knock not giving India the win was Kohli’s basic mistake while batting.Read More | Naagin-3: The showstopper on BARC TRP ratingIn the 11th over of the Indian innings bowled by off-spinner Ashley Nurse, Kohli worked a ball towards widish long on and set off for a couple. However, when he completed the run, he realised to his horror that he had committed a mistake. The second run was deemed short and thus it was deducted and the Indian skipper realised his mistake and admonished himself.Replays showed that when he turned to take the second run, the bat did not cross the line at the non-striker’s end. At that time, Kohli would not have known that such a mistake would prove to be costly.
Sars regrouped and stormed back to lead 1-14 to 1-7 at half time.Kilruane took the game to Sars in the second half with Seamus Hennessy to the fore but despite losing Michael Cahill to a second yellow late on Sars held on.An Aiden McCormack goal with two minutes left was enough to see Sars safely through to another county final on a final score of 2-20 to 1-17. After the game Tommy Maher of Sarsfields managment team said it was “pure hurling”.In the second game Drom Inch and Nenagh finished Drom 2-12 to Nenaghs 1-15 and in extra time Nenagh pulled away to win 1-20 to 2-16.It was a titanic struggle and the game looked set to go to a replay but Nenagh won the day in the end.Afterwards Nenagh Eire Og manager Liam Heffernan said it was great to beat one of the favourites for the county in a tight game.In the county football championship semi finals Clonmel Commercials and Moyle Rovers qualified for the county final. Commercials defeated Aherlow Gaels in a tight game on a final score of 0-9 to 0-5Moyle Rovers beat Arravale Rovers on a 2-15 to 1-14 scoreline.The final will take place next weekend.
Tipp senior hurlers are expecting a tough encounter against the Cats in Nowlan Park on Sunday.Despite Kilkenny not being on a great run of form so far in the league, Tipp manager Michael Ryan says it will still be a difficult fixture to get over.However, he’s says it’s a game the Premier always relish. Speaking after Tipp’s defeat of Wexford on Saturday night, Michael Ryan says it’ll be difficult to get a result in Kilkenny…Tipp FM’s live coverage of this Sundays game comes in association with Sullivan Family Butchers Brooklands, Nenagh.
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Bill Hahn, a standout member of the Drake University men’s basketball team in the 1960s, passed away July 27, 2018, in Michigan City, Ind., at the age of 77. A native of Michigan City, Ind., Hahn lettered for the Bulldogs from 1961-63 and as a sophomore, helped lead the Bulldogs to a 19-7 record in 1960-61 and the following year scored 17 points in a Drake victory over Indiana at Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Des Moines. One of the most accurate shooters of his era at Drake, Hahn was named to the Bulldogs’ All-Decade Team for the 1960s. Following his graduation from Drake in 1963, Hahn embarked on a decorated coaching career that included 18 years as a head coach at Indiana High Schools where he won 246 games with five sectional titles. He also spent five seasons as the associate head coach at Ball State University before returning to the high school ranks. Print Friendly Version
Councillor Martin Harley has welcomed funding of €157,500 for a programme of works to mitigate against flood risk in the twin towns of Ballybofey-Stranorlar.“The work to improve embankments and clear potential obstruction and debris is vital to protect against possible flood damage in the future,” Mr Harley said.“The €157,500 being provided by the Office of Public Works for Ballybofey-Stranorlar will be used to remove vegetation and trees along the Finn and also to build sumps and pumping areas. “As a councillor for the Municipal District of Stranorlar I am all too aware of the devastation that floods can wreak on families, businesses and communities.“Back in May when investment was announced for flood relief measures for the county under the CFram (Catchment Flood Risk Assessment and Management) programme our Government committed to looking at other smaller schemes that would help mitigate problems.“This is living up to that commitment. The work being carried out in the twin towns is an important step in reducing risk and protecting the community.”Flood relief schemes worth about €11million have been announced to protect Lifford, Castlefin, Burnfoot, Ballybofey-Stranorlar, Downings, Glenties and Kerrykeel. Mr Harley added: “We now have written confirmation to Donegal County Council that it can access the €157,500 funding by mid-November to carry out work in Ballybofey-Stranorlar and officials are also committed to ensuring ongoing maintenance.“I met Minister for the Office of Public Works and Flood Relief Kevin Boxer Moran to discuss flood relief plans a number of weeks ago and I want to thank him for his continued focus on the needs of flood relief schemes in Donegal.”€157,500 funding for flood efforts in Stranorlar-Ballybofey was last modified: July 31st, 2018 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:BallybofeyCllr Martin HarleydonegalfloodsStranorlar