For a while now, Tenerife is beginning to find that defensive solidity that is allowing it to score points and move away from the relegation zone. And had it not been for a penalty (indicated by the VAR) against Real Oviedo in ’87, the Blue and Whites’ goal would have been immaculate in the last month. Is that Adrián Ortolá has not fitted in three of the last four games.It is at Heliodoro where this difference is beginning to be noticed: against Rayo Vallecano, the duel ended without goals, a week later, Elche could not overcome the island goal despite being one of the most effective teams. Then came the aforementioned match against Oviedo at Carlos Tartiere and last week it was Ponferradina who could not get it right. “A goal to zero means that you score at least. You like adding three by three, but a draw is also good. The equipment is more compact and solid. In defense, we appreciate it because we will have more options to win “, Ortolá commented a few days before the suspension of soccer due to the Coronavirus.The statistics also reflect that The Tenerife goalkeeper is among the ten who have made the most stops so far in competition. The Alicante has made 74 saves, still very far from the 114 of Edgar Badía. The reading, however, is positive since the Blue and Whites are no longer shooting as much as before.Since the arrival of Rubén Baraja, the team has had a bit of bleeding to concede goals. It took a bit, but with the passing of the matches, the improvement began to show thanks, among other things, the good moment that Alberto Jiménez and Sipcic are going through, the two fixed and immovable centrals.
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Cricket West Indies (CWI) Selection Panel has called up Obed McCoy for the second and third matches in the Sandals Twenty20 International Series against England.McCoy, the 22-year-old left-arm fast bowler, replaces Andre Russell, who has been forced to pull out after a recurrence of a long-standing knee problem.The left-arm fast bowler will join the squad in St Kitts, where the matches will be played on Friday and Sunday at the Warner Park. First ball daily is 16:00h (3pm Jamaica Time/8pm GMT).McCoy, blessed with pace, control and one of the best slower balls in the business, has long been seen as one of the most exciting bowling prospects in the Caribbean. He made his international debut in India in October and, while he has played just three First-Class games, impressed with St Lucia Stars in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) and for West Indies B in the Global T20 Canada.He played for the University of West Indies Vice Chancellor’s XI in the limited-overs warm-up match in Barbados in February and, having flown into St Kitts on Wednesday, is expected to be available for the final two matches of the T20I series against England.
BERLIN – At a laboratory in Germany, volunteers slide into an MRI machine and perform simple tasks, such as deciding whether to add or subtract two numbers, or choosing which of two buttons to press. They have no inkling that scientists in the next room are trying to read their minds – using a brain scan to figure out their intention before it is turned into action. In the past, researchers had been able to predict what physical movements will be made. But researchers at Berlin’s Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience and Leipzig’s Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences claim they have now, for the first time, detected people’s decisions about how they would later do a high-level mental activity, such as adding or subtracting. Still in its initial stages, the techniques may eventually have wide-ranging implications for everything from criminal interrogations to airline security checks. That alarms some ethicists who fear the technology could be abused by authorities, marketers or employers. Tanja Steinbach, a 21-year-old student in Leipzig who participated, found the experiment a bit spooky but wasn’t overly concerned about the civil-liberties implications. “It’s really weird,” she said. “But since I know they’re only able to do this if they have certain machines, I’m not worried that everybody else on the street can read my mind.” Researchers have long used magnetic resonance imaging to identify different types of brain activity, and U.S. scientists have recently developed brain scans designed for lie detection. But outside analysts say the German work led by Dr. John-Dylan Haynes is groundbreaking. “The fact that we can determine what intention a person is holding in … mind pushes the level of our understanding of subjective thought to a whole new level,” said Dr. Paul Wolpe, a University of Pennsylvania psychiatry professor not connected to the study.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
MAC CUMHAILL’S CLUB LOTTO REACHES A MASSIVE €10,000There were no winners of the lotto this week. Numbers were 12,19,27 and 29There was 3 match 3 winners. Jackie Galvin, Padraig Mc Hugh and J Mc Namee. Each receives €50€2 weekly or a yearly subscription for the Club Lotto is €100€5 weekly or a yearly subscription for the Club Lotto is €240.Contact any club committee member for details IF YOU’RE NOT IN, YOU CAN’T WIN!!!!!!!ULSTER FEILE FINALOur lads took on Carrickmacross in the Ulster Feile Final on Sat in Inishkeen. Unfortunately the result didn’t go our way on the day. Well done to all the players on reaching the final. The players would like to thank the managers, Anthony and Martin for all their hard work with this team.FIXTURESUnder 14 Boys Football. Wed 13th Home to Cloughaneely 7.30pm. Under 10’s Football. Sat 16th. Away to St Eunans. 11.00amUnder 12’s Football. Mon 18th. Away to St Eunans. 6.30pm.Please check our facebook page as we update all fixtures as soon as we receive any information.THE QUIZ OF QUIZZES There will be a quiz in the clubhouse on Fri June 22nd at 9.00pm. Teams of 4 only €20. There will also be an auction on the night for a signed Kilkenny Jersey and the last Oatfield hammer from Oatfield sweets. ( There are reserves on both these items). Promises to be a good nights craic Please come along and support your club.DONEGAL V DERRY.Help is needed at the game on Sat. Stewards, shop, ticket sellers. Please contact Peter Maloney or Alan Martin if your are available to help out.EUCHARISTIC MASSThanks to all the people who helped out at this event.Your participation made it a great sucess.UNDERAGE TRAININGTraining for underage teams is as follows,Under 6’s Boys and Girls: Wed 6.00pm. On Astro pitch Contact Alan Martin 0861723899Under 8’s: Boys and Girls : Wed 6.00 on Training pitch.Contact Noel Doherty 0866028868Under 10’s Boys. Wed 6.00pm on Training pitch.Contact John Burke 0868185915Under 12’s Boys.Tuesdays 6.00-7.15. Contact Luke Gavigan 0877980865Under 12/14 Girls. Sunday 12.00pm Contact Olivia Finn 0879673264.Camogie: Under 12/14 Tues 6.00-7.00.All ages Fri 6.00-7.00pm.Training for girls football 14-18 is on Thurs 5.45pm and Sundays 11.45am.New players welcome. Contact Michael Gordon 0877941058.FOR SALEClub socks and togs for children up to age 14 and Canning hurls from sizes 26 – 35.Also we have new gear bags for sale. €15.These can be purchased from the club on Tue and Wed at 7.00pmSIGNS.Anyone wishing to take a sign in a prime location on a gable wall, please contact Alan Or Peter.MAC CUMHAILL’S BINGOMac Cumhaill’s Weekly Bingo is in The Villa Rose this week at 8.30pm. Everyone Welcome.CLUB MEETING’SClub meetings will be held on the Last Monday of every Month at the Clubhouse. Any person wishing to get involved in the club please come along or contact any member.The Clubhouse bar is now taking bookings for parties: Contact Simon at 085 1503092 for more informationGAA NEWS: SEAN MACCUMHAILL’S CLUB NOTES was last modified: June 11th, 2012 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:Sean MacCumhaills Club notes
STEPHEN DOHERTY’S COUNTRY CORNER IS SPONSORED BY WWW.IRISHMUSIC.CO.UK – FREE DELIVERY TO DONEGALHello Everyone and welcome along to the 5th Country Corner. I hope you’s all enjoying it as much as I am writing it, keep your comments coming.News Derek Ryan is ready to launch his Brand New Single entitled – Kiss Me Mary – another song penned by the Young Carlow Man, Derek is the star that everyone is talking about. Check out dereks website www.derekryanmusic.comYoung Shannon Buston from Cashelmahon in Co.Limerick has just recorded her new video for the new single entitled – Coalminer’s Daughter – check it out – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGy1U9HyR4ENathan Carter will be ready to release his new single in the next few weeks it’s a lovely Waltz called – The Dancer, this is on Nathan’s New CD called The Time Of Your Life and Nathan is certainly having that, check out www.nathancartermusic.comTrevor Loughrey has just released his new single We Got Country. Trevor has picked up a few awards over the past few months, Trevor originally from Ramelton but living in Derry now. The Davitt’s Band from Wexford have released their latest single ‘The Losing Side Of Me. This is the third single from The Davitt’s who are based in Gorey, Co. Wexford, the others being ‘Stop Look Listen’ and ‘I Will Love You For Ever’, both of which were original songs, especially written for them. Further expanding their musical journey this year, The Davitt’s plan to release an album, this will include their three singles to date.Dominic Kirwan is ready to release his New Dvd – Live And Personal this will be a great seller and im sure all the dominic kirwan fans will be buying this – this is released Aug 12th, also included is the parachute jump, and his 50th birthday celebrations, and interviews with the fans,Margo is releasing a new single in the next few weeks an original song penned by PJ Murrihy – margo’s new album is out 5th August.Robert Mizzell is putting the final touches to his new cd it should be out in about 3 weeks time, we at the Country Corner will be keeping u updated with the progress of it.2011 Parade of The Stars Awards Male Vocalist Of The YearRobert MizzellJimmy BuckleyMike Denver Derek RyanPatrick FeeneyNathan CarterGerry GuthrieFemale Vocalist of The YearPhilomena BegleyMary DuffSandy kellyDee ReillyLisa Mc HughIsla GrantEileen KingLifetime AviechmentMick FlavinLouise MorriseyMatt LeavyRoly DanielsSusan Mc CannShawn CuddyJohn HoganSongwriter of the yearHenry Mc MahonPeter Mc KeeverJohn NelsonDerek RyanJohn FarryBill AllenVic HoldroydLocal Artist Of The YearShunie CrampseySteve FarlowBonnie StewartTrevor LoughreyCurtis MageeSimon PetersTony KerrBreakthrough AwardKym KellyJesse ConlonEddie CareyJason TraversEunice MoranCaz HunterEddie KellyGroup of The YearWee AmigosBonnie Stewart DuoThe Three AmigosJust 2The IndiansThe Benn SIstersThe SierrasLost Heros Of Country MusicPat mc CoolJohnny LoughreyJoe DolanJohn GreerDan O HaraCyril Mc KevittVenue Of The YearThe Ryandale – MoyThe Bushtown ColeraineThe Plaza Buncranathe riverclub – CastlefinThe mellon country OmaghJosies country tavern – LetterkennyBiddy friels – LetterkennyPlease email to firstname.lastname@example.orgDancing DatesFriday 05th Aug 2011Mellon Country Hotel (Omagh)Lisa Mc Hugh & BandFriday 05th Aug 2011Clonmany FestivalRoly Daniels/ John Hogan/Hugo Duncan/Susan Mc CannGerry Guthrie & BandCompere ICR FM – Pj Mc LaughlinKicks Off 8pmFriday 05th Aug 2011Josies Country Tavern (Letterkenny)Patrick Feeney & BandSaturday 06th Aug 2011Riverclub (Castlefin)Gerry Guthrie & BandSat 06th Aug 2011Clonmany FestivalDerek Ryan & Band (8pm)John Mc Nicholl & Band (10pm)Saturday 06th Aug 2011White River Hotel (Toome)Robert Mizzell & BandSat 06th Aug 2011The Ryandale, (Moy)Declan Nerney & BandSat 06th Aug 2011The Allingham Arms Hotel (Bundoran)Jimmy Buckley & BandSat 06th Aug 2011The Bridge Tavern, (Eskra, Co.Tyrone)Mick Flavin & BandSun 07th Aug 2011Clonmany FestivalMick Flavin & Band (4pm)Robert Mizzell & Band 9pm (Closing The Festival)Mon 08th Aug 2011Bushtown House Hotel (Coleraine)Jimmy Buckley & BandTues 09th Aug 2011Logues of Cranford(Milford)Declan Nerney & BandCompetition Time:To Win a copy of Stephen Smyths New Cd – Irish Songs Country Style please answer the following question –Q: Stephen Smyth used to play in a famous band what was the name of the band called The ________.Answers to email@example.com – closes on Tues 09th Aug 2011Good LuckDont forget to tune into me on 105fm or 107.6fm or online at www.icrfm.ie every Tuesday between 3pm and 4pm for the best in Irish Country Music. You can also get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit my website which is www.keepitcountryradioshow.co.ukSTEPHEN DOHERTY’S COUNTRY MUSIC CORNER was last modified: August 6th, 2011 by gregShare 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:stephen doherty’s country music corner
TRAFFIC in a Co Donegal town was held up today – whilst a woman went to a cash machine!Surely this is NOT how you should park..but this motorist thought it was ok.And she was there for six minutes…causing frustration for drivers who were forced to stop in Ramelton whilst the woman tried to make a withdrawal from an AIB Banklink machine. HOW NOT TO PARK YOUR CAR WHEN GOING TO A CASH MACHINE was last modified: January 14th, 2014 by John2Share 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:bank machinecar parkingRameltontraffic
CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos or video on a mobile device BRADENTON, Fla. – After another last-snap defeat, the 49ers (10-2) have retreated here to prepare for Sunday’s game at New Orleans (10-2). Good thing the fan mail can still find us and here are the top questions submitted via my Instagram and Twitter handles:Will SF beat the New Orleans Saints? (@24_caballoproblemz)Sunday’s 20-17 loss at Baltimore wasn’t a soul crusher, and it gives me no driving reason to …
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Jerry Hagstrom DTN Political Correspondent and Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy EditorWASHINGTON (DTN) — Congress returned Monday amidst some of the greatest uncertainty for agriculture in decades, with corn and soybean planting behind schedule, commodity prices low, and trade conflicts with China and Mexico worse than before the Memorial Day congressional recess.The House voted early Monday evening on a $19.1 billion supplemental appropriations bill that includes aid to farmers and ranchers who experienced hurricanes and wildfires in 2018 and flooding this year. The measure passed 354-58 on June 3.The vote comes as the Missouri River again is rising because of continual rain throughout the basin. The Arkansas River is also inundating farm ground in Oklahoma and Arkansas, and locks and dams on the Mississippi River remain shut down as the Corps of Engineers looks for ways to relieve pressure on the system.The Senate passed the disaster bill before leaving for the recess. The House attempted to pass the bill by unanimous consent, but objections from three Republican House members stopped those efforts.The bill — technically the Senate Amendment to H.R. 2157 sponsored by House Appropriations Committee Chairwoman Nita Lowey, D-N.Y. — is listed on the suspension calendar and expected to pass easily. President Donald Trump is expected to sign it, although he left on a trip to the United Kingdom and France on Sunday evening.The bill specifically includes just over $3 billion to pay for farmer losses from disasters that occurred in 2018 and 2019. That is expected to cover Midwest farmers who lost stored grain this spring during flooding along the Missouri River basin.The disaster legislation also waives adjusted gross income caps for farmers under the Market Facilitation Program, a move that opens up trade aid to a larger group of higher-income farmers. The provision will become more important to those producers now that the Trump administration is planning a second year of Market Facilitation Program payments.Disaster aid may help farmers recover from past losses, but USDA continues to show historic delays in corn and soybean plantings across farm country. Because of that, the Food and Environment Reporting Network reported Monday, Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue hopes to have a “definite answer” by the end of this week whether MFP payments will be offered to farmers on prevented planting acres. FERN reported Perdue declined to offer other details of the new MFP payment rules.Under the disaster bill, several other USDA programs get specific funding to help farmers, ranchers and forests recover from disasters. The Emergency Conservation Program receives $558 million and the Emergency Watershed Protection Program receives $435 million.The bill also provided $600 million more supplemental disaster nutrition aid for Puerto Rico.For communities affected by disasters, the bill includes $600 million for the Economic Development Administration to provide development grants.For the Army Corps of Engineers, the bill includes under multiple accounts just under $2.5 billion total for various flood and hurricane controls, including repairs and emergency operations, as well as maintenance and natural disaster repairs.The bill also includes language requiring USDA to create a crop insurance program for hemp, starting in the 2020 crop year. Congress removed hemp as a controlled substance under the 2018 farm bill, and now as many as 45 states have some form of legislation to allow for hemp production.While high levels of precipitation are the primary factor in delayed planting, Farm Bureau also said farmers may take into account the Trump administration’s announcement that it will distribute another round of MFP due to the continuing trade conflict with China.“While USDA has not announced the rates, many farmers who may have otherwise taken the prevented planting option may look to plant something in order to participate in the MFP program as the original announcement stated that payments would only be paid on planted acres,” Farm Bureau said.Jerry Hagstrom can be reached at email@example.comFollow him on Twitter @hagstromreportChris Clayton can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow him on Twitter @ChrisClaytonDTN(AG/CZ)© Copyright 2019 DTN/The Progressive Farmer. All rights reserved.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Matt Hutcheson, CCA, Product Manager, Seed Consultants, Inc.As the 2019 growing season continues, producers across the Eastern Corn Belt will begin put more thought towards their production plans and management decisions for the upcoming season. One challenge that has affected corn yields in our sales territory over the past few years is foliar disease, especially Northern Corn Leaf Blight. Anyone who attended one of our Winter Agronomy Meetings heard a discussion of what conditions promote diseases (Nothern Corn Leaf Blight and Gray Leaf Spot) and possible management options. You might ask, “What are the important management options that will protect yield from leaf diseases?” Although some of the important management practices have already been performed (crop rotation, hybrid selection, and tillage) growers still have opportunities to protect their corn from disease as discussed in the following list:• Scouting: Scouting fields is an important part of a management plan. Walk corn fields right before tassel emergence to determine disease presence and severity.• Identify Which Diseases are Present: Having the ability to identify specific diseases is a critical piece in managing GLS and NCLB. NCLB symptoms are brown or tan cigar-shaped lesions, ranging from one to six inches in length. GLS symptoms are tan or gray rectangles with parallel or straight sides, ranging from half and inch to four inches in length.• Effective use of fungicides: Whether or not to apply fungicides has become a more challenging question with lower commodity prices. Many factors must be considered when determining if a fungicide application is necessary, including: hybrid resistance, disease severity, stage of crop development, expected yield benefit, etc.While we don’t know if the weather for the 2019 growing season will be conducive for development of yield-reducing disease, we do know that there is plenty of disease inoculum in crop residue from the 2018 growing season. Should the right patterns of weather develop, producers in the Eastern Corn Belt could be looking at another year where leaf diseases threaten corn yields. As always, if diseases become a problem Seed Consultants’ knowledgeable sales staff and agronomy team are available to help customers determine where and when to apply fungicides.