Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Dyke’s performance was a breakout one for him especially after he received little playing time in Season 79, his first playing year with the Green Archers where he played just four minutes a game and scored a total of 11 points for seven games.And part of that spark are head coach Louie Gonzalez and captain Kib Montalbo.“Coach Louie gave me new life when he told me that I will play basketball again,” said Dyke, who wasn’t part of La Salle’s Season 80 roster. “He always tells me that whatever happens I won’t stop with what I’m doing because he felt that I still have things to learn.”Montalbo, for his part, said the verbal jabs Dyke received against the Growling Tigers were nothing new.La Salle’s captain added that Dyke just has to be more confident in his game.ADVERTISEMENT “Actually, Dyke used to those things and I told him to just focus because even I will talk trash against my opponent if I’m desperate,” said Montalbo. “It’s just basketball, it’s a physical game, and only the toughest will survive.” For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Chris Tiu delivers career game in possible swan song in Rain or Shine win MOST READ View comments Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netANTIPOLO—Don’t get Mark Dyke angry.De La Salle’s versatile forward said he was the target of University of Santo Tomas’ verbal taunts that were, allegedly, borderline racist during the Green Archers’ 110-69 win in the UAAP Season 81 men’s basketball tournament.ADVERTISEMENT SEA Games 2019: No surprises as Gilas Pilipinas cruises to basketball gold PLAY LIST 06:27SEA Games 2019: No surprises as Gilas Pilipinas cruises to basketball gold03:30PH’s Rogen Ladon boxing flyweight final (HIGHLIGHTS)08:07Athletes treated to a spectacle as SEA Games 2019 officially ends02:14Carpio 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 respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum READ: La Salle boosts Final Four bid, dumps UST by 41 pointsDyke, who hails from Pampanga, put up season-high 16 points with six rebounds and a block in response to UST’s taunts at him.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back Chriss“They were saying kind of racist comments and they were also very physical during the game,” said Dyke in Filipino. “Well my mindset was just be aggressive and show it in the game with how I play.”“Ever since high school I was subjected to those kinds of taunts so I know what I will do to them.” Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines?
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — With the intricate and quirky Iowa Caucuses now officially over, the 2016 U.S. presidential election campaign is now officially underway.Still, nearly a dozen candidates are seeking the Republican nomination to oppose one of two declared and plausible Democratic candidates — both with glaring voter vulnerabilities.One is 74-year-old Vermont Senator, Bernie Sanders: a self-proclaimed democratic socialist, whose credentials, for many Americans seem more suited for the office of Swedish Prime Minister, than U.S. President.- Advertisement -The other is 68 year old-former First Lady, former New York Senator, former Secretary of State: Hilary Clinton, who, if she can find a way to avoid going to prison in the wake of a FBI criminal investigation, could become—on her second attempt—the first female U.S. President.That could lead one to believe the White House door is wide open for the GOP, but it’s now mired in what appears to be a nation-wide voter backlash against so-called ‘established politicians,’ and although he lost in Iowa to Texas Senator Ted Cruz, 69-year-old billionaire businessman Donald Trump, remains the man to beat.That’s turned up some very interesting reaction on this side of the border. Last year, the two best-perceived political allies of big businessmen, the Alberta and Federal Conservative governments, both suffered election defeats.Advertisement According to Vice-President for Public Affairs, Mario Canseco, a new Insights West online poll aimed at determining who would be the best U.S. President for this country, has found that two-thirds of Canadians — including 81 per cent of British Columbians — don’t want Trump.Mario had no specific poll results for Northeast B.C., but he did share some information which might suggest — the 1990s electoral leanings of this area are still in play, and it could be the Donald’s B.C. Trump Card.Meantime, despite the fact the polls show more than 55 per cent of Americans don’t trust her — 55 percent of Canadians believe Hilary Clinton would be the best U.S. President for Canada.
The scientists report using a novel genetic technique and old-fashioned statistics to identify Israeli acute paralysis virus as the latest potential culprit in the widespread deaths of worker bees, a phenomenon known as colony collapse disorder. Next up are attempts to infect honeybees with the virus to see if it indeed is a killer. “At least we have a lead now we can begin to follow. We can use it as a marker and we can use it to investigate whether it does in fact cause disease,” said Dr. W. Ian Lipkin, a Columbia University epidemiologist and co- author of the study. Details appear this week in Science Express, the online edition of the journal Science. Experts stressed that parasitic mites, pesticides and poor nutrition all remain suspects, as does the stress of travel. Beekeepers shuffle bees around the nation throughout the year so the bees can pollinate crops as they come into bloom, contributing about $15 billion a year to U.S. agriculture. BIOLOGY: Israeli acute paralysis is suspected as disease’s cause. Further investigation is planned. By Andrew Bridges THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON – Scientific sleuths have a new suspect for a mysterious affliction that has killed off honeybees by the billions: a virus previously unknown in the United States. The newfound virus may prove to have added nothing more than insult to the injuries bees already suffer, said several experts unconnected to the study. “This may be a piece or a couple of pieces of the puzzle, but I certainly don’t think it is the whole thing,” said Jerry Hayes, chief of the apiary section of Florida’s Agriculture Department. Still, surveys of honeybees from decimated colonies turned up traces of the virus nearly every time. Bees untouched by the phenomenon were virtually free of it. That means finding the virus should be a red flag that a hive is at risk and merits a quarantine, scientists said. “The authors themselves recognize it’s not a slam dunk, it’s correlative. But it’s certainly more than a smoking gun – more like a smoking arsenal. It’s very compelling,” said May Berenbaum, a University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign entomologist who headed a recent examination of the decline in honeybee and other pollinator populations across North America. For Berenbaum and others, colony collapse disorder is only the latest devastating problem to beset bees. “Even if we were to solve this CCD thing tomorrow – a magic pill came out and your bees were cured forever – we would still be in a crisis situation because we have these other problems,” said Nicholas Calderone, an entomologist at Cornell University. Colony collapse disorder has struck between 50 percent and 90 percent of commercial honeybee hives in the U.S. That has raised fears about the effect on the more than 90 crops that rely on bees to pollinate them. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
USL Results & Reports 12.05.13Results4 Lanterns USL Drumkeen Utd. 2 1 Bonagee Utd.Cockhill Celtic 3 1 Derry City Res.Letterkenny Rovers 2 1 Finn Harps Res. Knockalla Caravans Cup Semi-FinalsKildrum Tigers 2 3 Swilly RoversGlengad Utd. 3 0 Fanad Utd.ReportsLetterkenny Rovers 2Finn Harps Reserves 1 Letterkenny Rovers opened their Ulster Senior League campaign with a hard fought victory over Finn Harps at Leckview Park on Sunday afternoon. It was the perfect response from Trevor Scanlon’s side after they endured a heavy cup defeat at the hands of Cockhill Celtic the previous week. Indeed, his young team had to come from behind after conceding an early goal to claim all three points with goals from two players at the opposite end of their careers – Dale Gorman and the ever reliable Jonathan Minnock. Rovers were also able to welcome back Darren McElwaine after nearly a year out while Ruairi Kelly returned to make his league debut. Harps included four former Rovers players in their starting eleven and it was their ex youth captain Josh Mailey who opened the scoring on 18 minutes. The Letterkenny man unleashed a shot from the edge of the box which deflected in past the hapless Shane O’Gara. Both sides played some excellent football on a slick surface and the home side got their reward with just two minutes to go to half time. Dale Gorman whipped in a vicious in swinging corner with his right foot which went over Shaun Patton and into the net.Rovers started the second half brightly as both Davitt Walsh and young Kevin McGrath threatened inside the box. Amazingly, Rovers winner on 63 minutes came in similar circumstances to their equaliser. On this occasion, Johnny Minnock swung in the corner with his left foot and Patton was unable to keep it out. The goal proved decisive as Rovers looked comfortable at the back to get back to winning ways.Letterkenny Rovers – Shane O’Gara, Dale Gorman, Dan O’Donnell, Ruairi Kelly, Jonathan Minnock, Chris Malseed, Kevin McGrath, Glenn Gallagher, Darren McElwaine, Davitt Walsh, Aaron Scanlon. Subs used – Odhrán McMacken for McElwaine on 68 mins, Jamie Doherty for Gallagher on 75 mins, Keith Malseed for Scanlon on 80 mins.Finn Harps Res. – Shaun Patton, Ryan Lonergan, Dean Bonner, Aaron O’Hagan, Dylan Hegarty, Josh Mailey, Cathal McDaid, Mark Forker, Matt Harkin, Johnny Bonner, Gareth Colhoun. Subs used – Chris Flanagan for Lonergan on 70 mins. Referee – Con McLaughlin.Drumkeen Utd. 2Bonagee Utd 1This game was played at windy St Patricks Park on Saturday evening. Bonagee started of the brighter in this local Derby and were much the better team in the first half, the fast moving Jamie Lynagh causing all sorts of problems for the home defence down the left side. Indeed it was Lynagh who put Bonagee in front after 20 minutes when a through ball from Dean Larkin found him running into the 6 yard box he knocked the ball passed McCauley in the home goals to give Bonagee a half time 1 nil lead.Drumkeen upped their game in the second half and on 60 minutes after good work by O’Farrell his cross found the head of Eunan Kelly whose glancing header beat the excellent Darren Smyth. Drumkeen made a few changes in personnel and introduced a couple of subs as they sought to find a winner and Bonagee were now under great pressure with the home team on top, and forcing corner after corner. It was no surprise when sub Mark Marley, returning after being out injured for 6 weeks showed great control after receiving the ball from O Farrell on the edge of the 18yd line he took a couple steps into the penalty area before picking his spot into the bottom right hand corner to give the home team a rather lucky but deserved win.Ref Tommy Mc Aree.Knockalla Caravans Senior Cup Semi FinalMcLaughlin’s double sends Glengad to first Knockalla FinalGlengad United 3-0 Fanad UnitedPlayed at the Crua in windy conditions this was a tough encounter between Glengad and a youthful Fanad side led by the experienced Paddy McGrenaghan.With the wind Glengad started well and keeper Sean Daffan held a few early crosses confidently.On 13 minutes Fanad replied when Shane Buchanan found space but fired well over from twenty yards.Midway through the half Glengads Terence Doherty saw a close range effort parried by Daffan and when it was cleared to the edge of the area Charlie Byrne drilled wide.Patrick McDermott and John G McDermott then both fired well over before Patrick McDermottt played a one two with Doherty but saw his effort saved by Daffan.The best chance of the half for the home side came on 42 minutes when JG McLaughlin crossed for John McDaid whose first time right footed effort was brilliantly turned round the post by Daffan. McGrenaghan had an early shot in the second half flash just past the right hand post before Glengad resumed control.Stephen McLaughlin broke on the right and when his superb cross was scrambled clear to the edge of the area JG McLaughlin’s effort was well parried by Daffan.Fanad responded and a long range Darragh Mcdaid effort was gathered at the second attempt by Martin McLaughlin.Glengad made the breakthrough on 70 minutes when after a poor back pass Daffan’s clearance was collected by Terence Doherty whose flighted cross found JG McLaughlin to head to the top corner. They made it two nil on 78 minutes after Doherty was upended and McLaughlin converted from the spot to get his second.And they completed the scoring on 88 minutes when John McDaid fed Stephen McLaughlin on the right and his superb cross was swept home from close range by substitute Niall McLaughlin.Fixtures4 Lanterns USLThursday, May 16th at 7:30pmKildrum Tigers v Swilly Rovers Ref. C. McLaughlinDrumkeen Utd. v Fanad Utd. Ref. P. CollSaturday, May 18th at 7:30pmBonagee Utd. v Letterkenny Rovers Ref. P. DuddySunday, May 19th at 2pmFinn Harps Res. v Derry City Res. T. McAreeULSTER SENIOR LEAGUE: DRUMKEEN, COCKHILL AND LK ROVERS RECORD WINS was last modified: May 12th, 2013 by BrendaShare 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:COCKHILL AND LK ROVERS RECORD WINSULSTER SENIOR LEAGUE: DRUMKEEN
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 04 Sept 2015 – Safety tips from police this year focus on a combination of old school and new school advice as the new academic year rolls in. In the Turks and Caicos, Police are most concerned with road safety, smarter drivers and knowledgeable children. The Royal Turks and Caicos Police asks motorists to keep the speed limit in school zones, be alert especially in residential areas as we drive and to reduce distractions like our addictive cell phones, once on the road. Parents are encouraged to remind their children to never run out into the streets or cross in between parked cars, to always walk in front of the bus where the driver can see them and that it is still a good idea to rehearse with children their full name, address and phone number as well as walk with your children through the neighbourhood showing them places they can go in the event of an emergency; this includes a trusted neighbour or an open store.For more safety tips, just visit the TCI Police Facebook page, and let’s make the 2015/2016 academic year a safe one! Related Items:parents, police, Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force, school safety Recommended for you Police get wanted man; Magistrate Court back open Update: Women robbed while exercising (21 year old Arrested) Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force’s mission to combat abusive images of children online