Randall Clayton Newton, age 53, of Brookville, Indiana died early Saturday morning, August 12, 2017 at his home in Brookville, Indiana.Born June 3, 1964 in Hamilton, Ohio he was the son of Robert Granville Newton & Wanda (McFadden) Holbert. On January 9, 1988 he was united in marriage to Terry J. Fairfield, and she survives. Randy worked as a truck driver for many years. In his leisure time he enjoyed hunting & fishing and the outdoors.Besides Terry, his wife of nearly 30 years, survivors include his mother, Wanda Holbert; four children, Tamara Scott of Brookville, Indiana, Johnny Newton of Brookville, Indiana, Margaret Newton of Indianapolis, Indiana, and Randi Newton of Brookville, Indiana; 7 grandchildren; one brother, Robert Matthew Newton of Brookville, Indiana.He was preceded in death by his father, Robert Granville Newton; his grandparents; as well as several aunts & uncles.Private services will be held at the convenience of the family with burial in Somerville Cemetery in Butler County, Ohio.Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home is honored to serve the Newton family, to sign the online guest book or send personal condolences please visit www.phillipsandmeyers.com .
Burnley boss Sean Dyche has no issue with Danny Ings playing for England Under-21s this summer. Dyche, speaking at a press conference, said: “Breaks at 22? In my holidays I used to go out in a field and play football when I was 17, 18, 19, 20, a bit of five-a-side with my mates. “I don’t over-think the idea of having these long breaks. I think they’ll be all right at 22. “I am sure these people are educated and savvy enough with sports science etc to make sure these players have some downtime before they go into any tournament or event, and look at it wisely. I trust in the professionalism of the national team as well as our own.” The Under-21 issue has resurfaced lately following Tom Ince’s decision to make himself unavailable and Harry Kane’s elevation to the senior side. Each case may be different, with one a club-based matter the other concerning the importance of the Under-21 team in relation to the senior side – but both could weaken Gareth Southgate’s Under-21 side this summer. In the case of Ings, Dyche believes the event could be hugely beneficial. He said: “I think it is just the experience of it, playing different styles of football and I think it is about being around other young players, other talented players, different voices, different styles, different analysis techniques. “We hope they learn from us, of course, but this is also for them to learn as a player, to become more rounded individuals as players.” The club-versus-country debate over the merits of playing in the European Under-21 Championship – this year to be played in the Czech Republic – is a recurring one but Dyche does not think Ings needs a break. Ings has caught the eye in the Barclays Premier League this season, scoring nine times for the relegation-battling Clarets. Kane has made an immediate impact with the England senior team as he scored on debut last week but has expressed a desire to still play for the Under-21s. Whether he does or not remains to be seen, as the 21-year-old Tottenham striker’s star continues to rise. Kane has been outstanding after breaking into the Spurs side this season and has found the net 30 times for club and country. His breakthrough campaign has come after loan stints of varying success at Leyton Orient, Millwall, Norwich and Leicester in previous seasons. Had things turned out differently he might even have ended up at Burnley – Spurs’ opponents on Sunday – for one of those spells. Dyche said: “I think he’s been a player most people would have looked at when he wasn’t in the side at Tottenham. “But he’s a good reflection of when us as managers speak about players going on loan, because loans don’t always have to be the glory loan. He’s had his ups and downs on loan but that can be a massive part of a young player’s development. “It can be that kind of process and you have to stick at it as a young professional.” When asked directly if he tried to sign Kane on loan, Dyche was cryptic. “We didn’t try to bring him here, other than the fact we tried to bring him here,” he said. Burnley have received praise this season for having a largely British squad. Football Association chairman Greg Dyke this week reiterated his fears for the future strength of the England team because of the high number of foreign players in the Premier League. Dyche said: “There isn’t an exact science, the way the FA are trying to take of grip of it is to try to crunch it down to a better chance of elite young players coming through the system. “They are searching hard to find the best solution and the best way, I believe, is playing in the Premier League. The earlier they can play and get that experience is the best learning curve.” Press Association
Josh Parris was joining the players he was supposed to start the season with when he took the field alongside wide receivers Adrian Flemming, Ben Lewis and Jarrod West on Saturday.Parris earned the starting tight end spot in training camp, only to suffer a knee injury that required surgery on Aug. 20. During Syracuse’s 28-6 loss to Louisville on Friday, he made his full return and consistently provided an intermediate outlet for Terrel Hunt against the Cardinals.At the beginning of the season, SU tight ends coach Bobby Acosta said Parris mostly closely resembled the ideal tight end for Syracuse’s offense. And while he wasn’t explosive in replacing his original replacement, Kendall Moore, Parris did tie for the team lead in receptions with West.Lining up at tight end, in the slot and out wide against the Cardinals, the 6-foot-4, 245-pound Parris gave the Orange 34 yards on five catches — the most by an SU tight end this season —and established himself as a consistent option with first-choice receivers Ashton Broyld and Brisly Estime injured.“He does what he always does, he makes catches,” Orange running back Prince-Tyson Gulley said. ”He was good for us on the tight end, blocking and everything, so he helped us out big-time.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textParris was especially helpful on third downs, SU offensive coordinator George McDonald said, and gave SU important yards after the catch.He often came in for a running back on third-and-medium situations and swapped out for ball-carriers when Syracuse wanted a fuller backfield.On third-and-4 at the Louisville 39-yard line on SU’s second drive, he caught a pass at the 30 on the right side of the field and burst through a would-be tackler to the Cardinals’ 27. The Orange went on to score three of its six total points on the drive.“He made some very nice plays, he made some guys miss right after the catch,” McDonald said. “I was very pleased with him, I was happy for him because he’s worked so hard before the injury and then during the injury to get back.” Comments Published on October 6, 2014 at 12:12 am Contact Jacob: firstname.lastname@example.org | @Jacob_Klinger_ Facebook Twitter Google+
Published on March 16, 2019 at 5:41 pm Contact Danny: email@example.com | @DannyEmerman Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ For the last time in a Syracuse uniform, Allie Munroe skated through the postgame handshake line. For the last time, the senior defenseman embraced her teammates. Earlier in the season, Munroe directed the team to refocus on their core values amid a program-record 10-game losing streak. The Orange responded and entered the CHA tournament with ten total wins, all of which came within the conference. They built off that and won the College Hockey America championship for the first time in program history last week.But in the opening round of the 2019 NC Women’s Ice Hockey Championship on Saturday in Madison, Wisconsin, Syracuse’s defense could not prevent the faster, more-talented Badgers, as three of Wisconsin’s four goals came with Munroe on bench. With its relentless, high-octane offense, No. 1 Wisconsin (32-4-2, 18-4-2 Western Collegiate Hockey Association) beat Syracuse (13-21-3, 10-8-2 College Hockey America) 4-1 to end the Orange’s historic season. “Our seniors,” head coach Paul Flanagan said, “their legacy is the CHA championship we won last week. They got us here.”Earlier in the season, Wisconsin beat Syracuse twice, 6-1 and 9-1. Even though Munroe and goalie Ady Cohen (career-high 43 saves) held the Badgers to four goals, SU’s offense couldn’t generate enough chances. Syracuse only recorded 15 shots to Wisconsin’s 47. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMunroe, who finished her SU career second in all-time points by a defenseman (71), brought Syracuse to its first NCAA tournament by leading the team in points (27), solidifying a defensive unit plagued by injuries, and helping SU upset RMU and Mercyhurst in the conference tournament to earn an automatic bid to the national tournament.In the first period on Saturday, SU’s defense held strong, even as the Badgers controlled possession. For the first three minutes of the game, Syracuse struggled to clear the puck and didn’t complete one pass in Wisconsin’s zone. The Badgers outshot the Orange 14 to four in the first period, but the score remained even. “I thought, for a while there, we battled hard,” Flanagan said. Syracuse was still able to create scoring chances. With about a minute left in the period, Cohen extended for a stick save and sent the rebound to the blue line, right to forward Abby Moloughney. With a step on Wisconsin’s defenders, Moloughney took the breakaway, but couldn’t convert on a backhanded wrist shot as she careened into the net.“I thought we had three or four grade-A chances in the first,” Flanagan said, “and it would’ve been a different ballgame had we popped one.”While SU’s defense produced a stalemate in the first period, Wisconsin’s relentless offense broke through in the second. The Badgers’ leading scorer, redshirt senior Annie Pankowski, beat Cohen twice on wrist shots, one from each circle. Syracuse’s defense made very few mistakes in the game, but Wisconsin capitalized on each one. But as the second period progressed, Syracuse’s energy waned, Flanagan said. Skaters fought for each loose puck and dove in front of shots, flying around their defensive zone for minutes at a time. On one play in the third period, Munroe dove to block one of Wisconsin’s 47 shots, and kept it trapped under her body as two Wisconsin forwards thrashed their sticks, trying to jar it loose. Munroe led the team in blocks on the season (72), but the constant pressure and aggression from Wisconsin overpowered SU on Saturday in the form of two goals in the second and third periods. “We knew we had to work hard to beat a team like this,” Flanagan said. “We knew we had to do all the little things right: getting the pucks out and win the battles. We all believed we could do it.”Before last week’s semifinal game against Mercyhurst, SU adopted a defensive mentality of sacrificing bodies for blocked shots and focusing on clearing pucks under pressure, a mentality Munroe embodied, Flanagan said. He called the approach “desperate.” Later in the third, redshirt senior Lindsay Eastwood turned the puck over deep in the defensive zone, which led to a wraparound goal from Abby Roque to make it 3-0. Munroe could only watch from the bench again. Six minutes later, Presley Norby put Wisconsin up 4-0 by sneaking into the slot and firing a wrist shot. It was the only goal Munroe was on the ice for, and it was the last goal Munroe would see in her college career.“I’m so proud of this team and everything that we did. Especially to keep it so close for so long,” Munroe said.
Arsenal came from 1-nil down to beat German side Cologne 3-1 in their delayed Europa League game.The match started an hour late because of fears over crowd safety when thousands more Cologne fans arrived in north London than expected.Police confirmed there was disorder at the stadium. It wasn’t a good night for Everton in their group-stage opener as they lost 3-nil at Italian side Atalanta.
PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, CMC – A sitting of the Senate called to ratify the appointment of Prime Minister Fritz William Michel was adjourned Monday after Senator Jean-Marie Ralph Fethière fired gunshots to defend himself against demonstrators who had entered the legislative compound.“I defended myself. Self-defense is a sacred right,” said Senator Fethière after firing the shots into the crown.A photojournalist with the Associated Press was among two people wounded when the legislator fired his gun in the yard of the Haitian Senate. According to The Guardian, the photojournalist Chery Dieu-Nalio was shot in the face and the second man, Leon Leblanc, a security guard and driver, was also injured was also severely wounded.Local media reports said that journalist, who was covering the Senate sitting, was hit and Senator Patrice Dumont told the radio station, Vision2000, the shots were fired by Fethière and were not aimed at the journalist and a security guard who had been assigned to the Parliament.Following the shooting, the Senate was adjourned “sine die” meaning that it had been adjourned with no specific date for its resumption.This is the second time in as many weeks that the Senate had been adjourned without a specific date for its resumption.Before the shooting incident, Senate President Carl Murat Cantave had complained on radio that the scene had turned chaotic.He also accused the Haiti National Police (PNH) of not from preventing individuals he described as “thugs” from accessing the Senate yard.The Senate president said that the “thugs” had been invited by opposition legislators intent on preventing the ratification vote.Earlier this month, the Chamber of Deputies gave Michel the green light even as opposition legislators sought to disrupt the proceedings.When the vote was taken late last Tuesday, 76 deputies voted for Prime Minister Michel’s policy, three abstained, and none voted against.But last Wednesday, dozens of armed protesters posing as “political activists” took a stand around the parliament despite the security measures deployed by the police and many of them made their way into the building breaking everything in their path.Last month, President Jovenel Moise had called on Parliament to approve the nomination and government of Prime Minister Michel, describing him as “a brilliant civil servant who has devoted his entire career to serving the people of Haiti”.Michel, a former executive in the Ministry of Economy and Finance, became the fourth prime minister of Haiti since President Moise became the head of state in 2017.
In Sarajevo the drawing of pairs in the semifinals of the football cup of B&H has been published.Title defenders Široki Brijeg will meet with Čelik, while Zrinjski and Sarajevo will meet in the second seminfinal match.The first games will take place on 2 April, and the return matches 14 days later.The pairs in the semifinals of the B&H Cup are:Čelik – Široki BrijegSarajevo – Zrinjski(Source: Fena)
Administration of the Football Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina should move to new premises in the second half of 2016.The facility, which used to be owned by the Geodetic Institute of B&H, is located in the Sarajevo Municipality of Novi Grad, at the Boulevard of Meša Selimović, and it was purchased through judicial sale at a public auction.As the FF of B&H stated, procurement of new business facility covering 5,900 square meters is one of successful business moves of the Federation’s management in the past year.The majority of space will be used by the FF of B&H, and it is envisaged that the part of the facility which exceeds the needs of the Federation is rented.Secretary General Jasmin Baković highlighted that the facility “with its surroundings should primarily be functional, modern and attractive to both football enthusiasts and all other people”.“Among other things, there will be a congress center with three halls, a museum, trophy hall, fan shop, restaurant, underground garage, outdoor parking lots, a fountain, greenery etc. office space will comply with the needs of the General Secretariat. It is important to highlight that all bodies of the Federation, as well as complete administration, will have excellent working conditions,” Baković said.(Source: klix.ba)
Share on: WhatsApp The Aspire Academy in Qatar, one of the biggest sports academies in the world, was also “implicated in a decisive manner in the manipulation of FIFA members who had the right to vote,” the paper adds.Qatar won the right to host the 2022 World Cup in late 2010 and the result of the vote has been the source of enormous controversy ever since.Following Garcia’s investigation, the adjudicatory chamber of FIFA’s ethics committee noted that there had been suspicious behaviour during the bidding process but not enough to call into question the decision to give Qatar the 2022 finals or Russia the 2018 tournament.Garcia resigned as head of FIFA’s investigatory body in December 2014 in protest at what he described as FIFA’s “incomplete and erroneous” summary of his report. Berlin, Germany | AFP | A sum of $2 million was sent to the 10-year-old daughter of a FIFA official prior to Qatar being awarded the hosting of the 2022 World Cup, according to Bild.The German daily is publishing from Tuesday American independent investigator Michael Garcia’s report into alleged bribery and corruption during the bidding for the hosting of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.In an extract of the article released on Monday evening, the popular tabloid claims to have got hold of the report of more than 400 pages which has never been properly published by world football’s governing body.According to Bild, in the report Garcia reveals that “a former executive committee member congratulated members of the Qatari federation and thanked them by mail for a transfer of several hundred thousand euros” just after Qatar was awarded the 2022 tournament.“Two million dollars from an unknown source arrived in the savings account of the 10-year-old daughter of a FIFA member,” add Bild.The newspaper adds that “three executive members of FIFA with the right to vote went to a party in Rio de Janeiro in a private jet belonging to the Qatari federation before the vote to decide who would host the competition.”
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