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Real Madrid president Florentino Perez says the club wants “much more”

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first_img Sport EN Los Blancos were knocked out in the Champions League semi-final by Juventus, have virtually conceded La Liga to Barcelona, and are not in the Copa del Rey final. Florentino Perez says Real Madrid have had an uneven season and want "much more". Upd. at 17:58 CEST "We have to congratulate Juventus and also to thank the coaches and players for their effort -- and Madridismo as well.center_img 14/05/2015 "It has been an uneven season," said the Real Madrid president, speaking at a press conference to announce a legends match between Madrid and Liverpool.  "We started with a record run of 22 victories, the European Supercup and the Club World Cup but at this club we want much more. That is the legacy we have inherited and we will continue to fight for an 11th European Cup. "I know that today our fans will be low, but I want them to know that this will lead us to work even harder to become even stronger."last_img

Kinrade once again must watch from the sidelines

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first_imgKinrade has just played one contest during the preseason, a 4-2 loss to the Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre. The Nelson Minor Hockey grad logged 13-plus minutes in the contest. He was whistled for a two-minute minor penalty and recorded one shot on goal.Kinrade, 25, signed for the second time in as many seasons with Ottawaa during the summer. He spent the entire 2009-10 season with the Sens’ minor league affiliate in Binghamton.It’s in the American Hockey League where the 6-foot, 195-pound defenceman recorded a professional highs in goals (seven), assists (20) and points (27 while accumulating 59-minutes in penalties. Kinrade ranked first among B-Sens and finished tied for 14th in the AHL in plus/minus with a +27 rating.Kinrade came to the Senators as a free agent after four years at Michigan Tech University. Prior to playing for the NCAA school, the slick skating rearguard played Cowichan Valley Capitals of the B.C. Hockey League.Kinrade started his junior career with the Nelson Leafs of the KIJHL.Dundas, population 24,700 and part of the city of Hamilton since 2001, plays host to the NHL exhibition contest. The city also wins $100,000 in prize money from Kraft Canada.sports@thenelsondaily.com By The Nelson Daily SportsNelson native Geoff Kinrade remains on the training camp roster of the Ottawa Senators but isn’t getting much of a chance to prove his value to the National Hockey League club.Once again the pride of Nelson was left out of the lineup as the NHL club prepares to meet the Buffalo Sabres Tuesday in the annual Kraft Hockeyville game in Dundas, Ont.last_img

Galway face Kerry in Kennedy Cup Quarter Final

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first_imgGalway’s Kennedy Cup team are into the quarter finals of the Cup competition following the group stages held over the last couple of days. In their group games Galway beat Longford 1-0 and Inishowen 2-1 before finishing with a 1-1 draw with Athlone. This evening at 5pm, Galway will play Kerry in the Quarter Final where a win will see them into the Kennedy Cup Semi-Final tomorrow at 3pm. Roscommon finished third in their group and play Mayo this afternoon in the Shield Quarter Final at 3pm.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img

Southland Conference Baseball Tie-Breaker Policy

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first_img2.04.05.02 Ties Between Three (3) or More Teams. In the case of a tie between three (3) or more teams in the final standings, position in the tournament bracket shall be determined as follows: (b) If the three or more tied teams split their games during the regular season, or if they did not play one another, then the tied teams’ won-loss games record against the next highest-positioned team(s) that played all tied teams in a series shall be compared.  This shall continue down through the standings until one (1) team gains the advantage, thereby gaining the higher seed. (d) If the teams are still tied, a drawing shall be held by the commissioner. (c)  If at any time during this tie-breaking procedure, the number of tied teams is reduced to two, the two-way tie-breaker listed in 2.04.05.01 shall apply; and 2.04.05 Tournament Seeding.  In 2014, tournament seeding, 1 through 8, shall be based upon regular-season winning percentage in Conference competition.  A standard head-to-head tiebreaker shall be used.  Ties shall be broken based upon the following tie-breaker system.  [1/13] (c) If the teams are still tied, a drawing shall be held by the commissioner. (a) If two teams tie for a position, and one (1) team holds a won-loss game advantage in the series against the other, that team receives the higher seed. (a) If three or more teams tie for a position, and all tied teams have played one another, the team that holds a won-loss advantage in the games played against the other tied teams shall receive the higher seed. (b) If the two (2) tied teams split their games during the regular season, or if they did not play one another, then the tied teams’ won-loss record against the next highest-positioned team(s) that played both tied teams in a series shall be compared.  This shall continue down through the standings until one (1) team gains the advantage, thereby gaining the higher seed. 2.04.05.01 Two-Way Ties. In the case of a two-way tie in the final standings, position in the tournament bracket shall be determined as follows: 2.04.06 Tournament Champion.  The winner of the Tournament shall be the recipient of the Conference’s NCAA automatic bid to the 2014 NCAA Division I Men’s Baseball Championship.  Other Conference teams may accept invitations to participate in postseason tournaments only when conducted or approved by the NCAA.last_img

Soccer: Sept. 15 Scoreboard

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first_img– Return to top – Southern 0, Lamar 4 Mississippi Valley St. 0, Southeast Louisiana 9HAMMOND. La. – The Southeastern Louisiana women’s soccer team closed out its non-conference schedule on a high note, rolling to a 9-0 victory over Mississippi Valley State Monday afternoon at the Southeastern Soccer Complex.Eight different Lady Lions found the net, as SLU improved to 7-1 overall. Mississippi Valley State dropped to 0-6 with the loss.Sophomore Bri Singh led the Lady Lions with two goals, while freshman Maggie Ramsey, junior Cheyenne Maxwell and junior Kayla Vera each found the net. Four Southeastern players – junior Megan Simon, freshman Maddie Kresevic, freshman Ana Zadro and freshman Kim Porche – scored the first collegiate goals of their careers.Sophomore Katie Noonan chipped in with three assists to run her team-high season total to seven. Singh, Ramsey, Simon, junior Gisenia Utreras and sophomore Amber Lasher each also were credited with assists for SLU.Every Lady Lion who was dressed saw action. Sophomores Hope Sabadash and Casey Jeanfreau split time in goal, as Southeastern posted its sixth shutout of the season.“We were very pleased with the effort today,” Southeastern head coach Blake Hornbuckle commented. “We moved the ball well and were able to finish the opportunities we created. We were able to give some players some experience, while allowing our starters to have an opportunity to rest.”Noonan’s patented long throw-in led to Southeastern’s first goal less than two minutes into the match. Ramsey was able to get a foot on the ball that MVSU failed to clear, scoring from close range. The Mission Viejo, California native’s sixth goal of the season put the Lady Lions up, 1-0.In the 13th minute, Singh stole the ball from MVSU and passed to Ramsey who played a ball ahead to a streaking Maxwell. The Sacramento, California native calmly deposited her third goal of the season into the back of the net for a 2-0 SLU lead.Singh got into the scoring act less than two minutes later, as she got just enough of a foot on a pass from Utreras to give the Lady Lions a 3-0 advantage less than 14 minutes into the match.Vera drilled an unassisted goal in the 18th minute, as the Vancouver, Washington native pushed the lead to 4-0 with her fourth goal of the season. Exactly a minute later, Singh scored off another Noonan throw-in to put Southeastern up, 5-0. The goal was the team-high ninth of the season for the Lancaster, California native, already matching her 2013 season total.Zadro closed out the Southeastern first-half scoring in the 24th minute, taking a Noonan pass and finishing from close range. The Mississauga, Ontario, Canada native’s first career goal sent Southeastern into the break with a commanding 6-0 lead.A beautiful combination resulted in Southeastern’s first goal of the second half in the 52nd minute. Simon played a ball into Lasher, who tapped it right to Kresevic. The Solon, Ohio native deposited the ball into the net for a 7-0 SLU lead.In the 61st minute, Simon hit a beautiful shot into the upper right corner of the net. The Mandeville native and Fontainebleau High School alum pushed the Lady Lion edge to 8-0.Another Louisiana product, Porche, capped the scoring in the 63rd minute. The Luling native who prepped at Academy of Our Lady High School scored unassisted to provide the final 9-0 margin.Southeastern will be back in action on Friday, hosting Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at 4 p.m. at the Southeastern Soccer Complex. Mississippi Valley St. 0, Southeast Louisiana 9Southern 0, Lamar 4center_img – Return to top – BEAUMONT, Texas – Bailey Fontenot tied the Lamar record with her 12th career shutout to highlight the Lady Cardinals’ 4-0 win over visiting Texas Southern in a non-conference women’s soccer game Monday.Fontenot, a senior out of nearby Hardin-Jefferson High School, made five saves as she equaled the career mark set by Jennifer Gibbs.It was a strong effort by Fontenot, who was lifted after halftime of Sunday’s 7-2 loss at Louisiana-Lafayette after allowing four goals and making just one save.“The key was her confidence throughout the whole game tonight,” Lamar coach Orlando Cervantes said of Fontenot. “She was very aggressive and very physical tonight.”Kimmy Albeno led the Lamar offense with two goals as the Lady Cardinals (2-5) snapped a five-game losing streak. Freshmen M.J. Eckart and A.V. Vigil each scored their first career goals for Lamar.“To come back without any rest and play as well as we did was great,” Cervantes said. “We needed a game like this to boost our spirits heading into conference play.”Albeno scored both of her goals in the first half, as she extended her own school record to 29 career goals. Eckart and Vigil added second-half goals as Lamar improved to 4-0 all-time against the Lady Tigers.Lamar outshot Texas Southern (0-6) 20-7 for the game. Texas Southern goalkeeper Liliana Hernandez made five of her seven saves in the second half, as she did her best to keep the Lady Tigers in the game.“I thought we had a much better second half,” Cervantes said. “We scored early in the first half and seemed to get away from what worked. We stayed to the plan in the second half.”The Lady Cardinals host Northwestern State at 7 p.m. Friday in the Southland Conference opener for both squads.Tickets are available online at www.LamarCardinals.com. Tickets are also available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays at the Montagne Center ticket office or by calling (409) 880-1715. Tickets will be available at the Lamar Soccer Complex ticket office one hour prior to kickoff.last_img

Walt Disney World Preview — Week of October 20, 2018

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first_imgWeatherFor the most current weather conditions, click here.Crowd LevelsFor more information about crowd levels, click here.Park Hours Walt Disney World’s new date-based ticket pricing has finally debuted! See what we know here and read how it may impact crowds here.The next V.I.PASSHOLDER Nights event will be held at Epcot on October 25 from 9:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. Guests will be given access to dining, shopping, and attractions hours after the park closes to the public.Here is list of attractions closing at Disney’s Animal Kingdom beginning October 22, 2018 (with a return date of “Spring 2019”):Conservation StationAnimal Encounters: It All Started with a MouseAnimal Encounters: Up-Close InteractionsAffection SectionHabitat Habit Share This!Several attractions are closing for the season at Disney’s Animal Kingdom park this week. To see the list and more, keep reading!Special EventsHere are your artists for this week’s Eat to the Beat Concert Series:10/19 – 10/21: The Devon Allman Project10/22 – 10/23: Kenny G10/24 – 10/25: Billy Ocean10/26 – 10/28: Starship featuring Mickey Thomascenter_img Attractions Closed For RefurbishmentsMagic Kingdom:Liberty Square RiverboatTom Sawyer IslandDisney’s Hollywood StudiosStar Wars: A Galaxy Far, Far AwayDisney’s Animal KingdomWildlife Express Train: Africa Station (10/22)Wildlife Express Train: Rafiki’s Planet Watch Station (10/22)Will you miss any of the attractions closing at Disney’s Animal Kingdom? Let me know in the comments!last_img

Rafters come back to pick up big road win

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first_imgFor the City TimesMADISON – The Wisconsin Rapids Rafters (11-8) fell behind early, but battled back and held off a late rally to defeat the Madison Mallards (14-6) by a final score of 4-3 on June 16.The Mallards scored one run in both the third and fourth innings to take a 2-0 lead. The Rafters responded with two runs in the top of the fifth on an RBI triple by CJ Willis and an RBI by Harry Fullerton to tie the game.Jake Dunham gave the Rafters the lead with a solo home run in the top of the sixth inning to go up 3-2. Willis, who made his Rafters debut today, hit a sacrifice fly to left field in the ninth to give the Rafters an insurance run heading to the bottom of the frame.The Mallards threatened with a solo shot to left in the bottom of the ninth, but Wisconsin Rapids held off the rally and hung on to win.Matt Osterberg pitched five innings as the starter for Rapids, striking out four batters and earning the win. Garrett French pitched the rest of the way and notched six strikeouts in relief. Madison’s Deylen Miley is credited with the loss.Wisconsin Rapids returns to Witter Field June 17 to take on the Mallards at 7:05 p.m.last_img

Photo library: Tourism and leisure 19

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first_img{loadposition tc}Click on a thumbnail for a low-resolution image, or right-click on the link below it to download a high-resolution copy of the image.» Download Tourism & Leisure contact sheet (1.1MB) » Download full image library contact sheet (10.5MB) North West province: Refreshments at a hotel in the Sun City entertainment complex.Photo: Hannelie Coetzee, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image North West province: Hotel at the Sun City entertainment complex. Photo: Hannelie Coetzee, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image North West province: Hotel at the Sun City entertainment complex. Photo: Hannelie Coetzee, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image North West province: Hotel at the Sun City entertainment complex. Photo: Hannelie Coetzee, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image North West province: Hotel at the Sun City entertainment complex. Photo: Hannelie Coetzee, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image North West province: Hotel at the Sun City entertainment complex. Photo: Hannelie Coetzee, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image North West province: Hotel at the Sun City entertainment complex. Photo: Hannelie Coetzee, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image North West province: Hotel at the Sun City entertainment complex. Photo: Hannelie Coetzee, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image North West province: Hotel at the Sun City entertainment complex. Photo: Hannelie Coetzee, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res imageTOURISM AND LEISURE 19:{loadposition tourism}Having trouble downloading high-resolution images? Queries about using the image library? Email Mary Alexander at marya@mediaclubsouthafrica.com.last_img

Electronics factory boost for W Cape

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first_img13 March 2013 South African technology company Tellumat has opened a fully modernised electronics factory in Atlantis north of Cape Town, following a multi-million rand investment supported by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and the Industrial Development Corporation. Speaking at the opening event on Tuesday, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies reiterated the government’s commitment to support companies that contribute to the South African economy and job creation. “This state-of-the-art facility that we see today was made possible amongst others by the manufacturing investment grant of R2.64-million for a capital outlay of R12-million to resuscitate the old Tedelex factory,” Davies said. “The company has also benefited from an Industrial Development Corporation loan of R8.2-million for surface mounting technology expansion for this facility.” According to Tellumat CEO Rasheed Hargey, the factory was modernised with new production equipment in 2012, enabling it to produce electronics for brands such as Sony, Mecer and HiSense. Tellumat acquired the assets of the old Tedelex television factory in Atlantis in 2010, and continued to operate from the old facility until the end of last year, when it moved into the new facility. Hargey said the facility represented a significant investment in South Africa’s manufacturing sector and would be a major boost for the development of Atlantis. “We currently have a staff complement of 116, and we wish to have more as we grow as a company,” Hargey said. “The factory is an illustrative example of co-operation between the government and business partners to attract private sector investment through an enabling environment and industry-supporting incentives.” Western Cape Premier Helen Zille, also present at Tuesday’s opening, said it was wonderful to see South Africans on the cutting edge of technology, where the future of job creation lay in the country. “Technology is an important field with the potential to improve education and government and generally to transform the way we live,” Zille said. “We must make sure that government steps up to the plate to assist business to take advantage of strong and growing export markets in Africa, which the Western Cape is well poised to do.” According to the DTI, the electrotechnical sector accounts for at least 12.5% of South Africa’s gross domestic product (GDP). SAinfo reporterlast_img