Bayern progressed with a 2-2 draw in Lisbon seeing them beat Benfica 3-2 on aggregate, Arturo Vidal and Thomas Mueller getting the goals for the German side. Atletico and Bayern join Real Madrid and Manchester City in the draw for the last four.Share on: WhatsApp Messi was toothless against Atletico Madrid. PHOTO BY AFPParis, France | AFP |Atletico Madrid ousted holders Barcelona from the Champions League at the quarter-final stage on Wednesday while Bayern Munich also advanced to the semi-finals by eliminating Benfica.Atletico overturned a 2-1 first-leg deficit with a 2-0 win against Barca at the Vicente Calderon secured thanks to an Antoine Griezmann brace.
Image courtesy The R&A. England’s Lily May Humphreys has crowned a superb season by winning the British girls’ championship at Enville, defeating Emilie Overas 7&5 in the 18-hole final to seal the biggest win of her amateur career. Humphreys, from Stoke by Nayland, Essex, has already won the English women’s amateur title and the European Young Masters this season. The blistering start made by Humphreys to win four consecutive holes eventually ran out of steam after the pair halved both the 5th and 6th before Overas made small inroads into reducing the deficit by bouncing back to win the 7th with a birdie three. England’s Lily May Humphreys has crowned a superb season by winning the British girls’ championship at Enville, defeating Emilie Overas 7&5 in the 18-hole final to seal the biggest win of her amateur career. Humphreys’ win earns her an exemption into Final Qualifying for the Ricoh Women’s British Open next year and she will aim to secure a place in the starting field at Royal Lytham & St Annes. Humphreys surged into the lead on the par five 1st after a birdie four secured the hole was soon 2up on her Norwegian opponent after Overas could only manage a double-bogey on the short par three 2nd. She added: “This win means so much. I have so much confidence after this win and we had lots of fantastic support too, it couldn’t have been much better.” Click here for full scores Humphreys surged into the lead on the par five 1st after a birdie four secured the hole was soon 2up on her Norwegian opponent after Overas could only manage a double-bogey on the short par three 2nd. Humphreys closed out the match on the 13th after Overas conceded the hole, sealing a memorable win to lift the title. She added: “This win means so much. I have so much confidence after this win and we had lots of fantastic support too, it couldn’t have been much better.” Overas sealed her place in the final by a fine margin too, defeating Elena Moosmann of Switzerland by two holes. Afterwards the 15-year-old said: “This is the best I’ve ever played to win a tournament. I was six-under-par through thirteen holes so I guess that’s pretty difficult to beat. I didn’t feel the pressure, I just went out to play my best.” In the first of the semi-finals, Humphreys narrowly overcame Germany’s Paula Kirner by one hole to secure her passage to the final. The England girl international extended her advantage to three holes after an excellent birdie on the 3rd, before taking a firm grip of the match at 4up after the Norwegian made a bogey on the 4th to lose another hole. The blistering start made by Humphreys to win four consecutive holes eventually ran out of steam after the pair halved both the 5th and 6th before Overas made small inroads into reducing the deficit by bouncing back to win the 7th with a birdie three. Humphreys’ win earns her an exemption into Final Qualifying for the Ricoh Women’s British Open next year and she will aim to secure a place in the starting field at Royal Lytham & St Annes. Lily May wins British girls’ championship Afterwards the 15-year-old said: “This is the best I’ve ever played to win a tournament. I was six-under-par through thirteen holes so I guess that’s pretty difficult to beat. I didn’t feel the pressure, I just went out to play my best.” The England girl international extended her advantage to three holes after an excellent birdie on the 3rd, before taking a firm grip of the match at 4up after the Norwegian made a bogey on the 4th to lose another hole. The fightback was short-lived however; Humphreys responded in kind by birdieing the 8th to restore the lead back to four holes and laid one hand on the trophy after rolling in a birdie on the par five 10th to move to 5up. Tags: British girls’ championship, Lily May Humphreys 20 Aug 2017 Lily May wins British girls’ championship Humphreys, from Stoke by Nayland, Essex, has already won the English women’s amateur title and the European Young Masters this season. The fightback was short-lived however; Humphreys responded in kind by birdieing the 8th to restore the lead back to four holes and laid one hand on the trophy after rolling in a birdie on the par five 10th to move to 5up. Overas conceded on the 11th to widen the gap to six holes before the duo both made birdie on the 12th to halve the hole. Overas conceded on the 11th to widen the gap to six holes before the duo both made birdie on the 12th to halve the hole. Click here for full scores Humphreys closed out the match on the 13th after Overas conceded the hole, sealing a memorable win to lift the title. In the first of the semi-finals, Humphreys narrowly overcame Germany’s Paula Kirner by one hole to secure her passage to the final. Overas sealed her place in the final by a fine margin too, defeating Elena Moosmann of Switzerland by two holes.
Story and Photos by Art PetrosemoloToday, modern houses with big families can have lots of stuff. It may get out of hand as the reality TV documentary series “Hoarders” so graphically illustrates.Everyone wants to declutter and organize but unfortunately there just isn’t an “app” for that. It takes willpower and, at times, professional help.Home organizer and entrepreneur Jessica Carroll makes her living helping people actually declutter and organize, not just talk about it. But she doesn’t stop there. She works with local charities to see that all that goes out the door finds new life and a new home with families that need it.Carroll, 36, a single mother of four children ages 9 to 17 got started in the business by accident. “I was working in an after-school church program in Asbury Park and many of the children didn’t have clothes or toys. We even had kids in pajamas,” said the West Long Branch resident. Carroll began bringing in clothing her children had outgrown. “But I wanted to do more,” she said.About the same time, the school principal asked Carroll if she would organize the office. “I was organized even when I was in elementary school and thought I could help. I just took to it,” Carroll said. “The principal was happy with the results and I even surprised myself.” It opened her eyes that she might be able to be paid as a professional organizer.The final push into a business came when while watching a TV episode of “Hoarders” on A&E, in which professionals help compulsive hoarders with real life struggles achieve a major cleanup. She remembers thinking, “I can do that – and maybe I can take it a step further and help those organizing and decluttering donate what’s going out to those people who need it most.”Carroll, who started and runs a Red Bank networking group called WINGS (Women, Inspiring, Networking, Giving, Supporting) brought up the subject with her colleagues a few years ago. Everyone was enthusiastic and several in the group hired her to help them organize.She had no idea how broad the business would become. “When you think of organizing, the first thing that comes to mind is a closet,” she said. “Closets are just the tip of the iceberg.” In the past five years, she has organized and decluttered closets, kitchens, bathrooms, garages, basements, attics, sheds and everything in-between.The first step is called “purging” and it means walking away from things that you don’t use, don’t love or don’t cherish. It all goes into large, black contractors’ bags, Carroll explains.She can suggest shelving as part of the plan (strong, plastic and easy to assemble from a big box store) or to work with a small local contractor to have shelves, counters or boxes built as needed. “But I encourage people not to rush out and buy new stuff when they are trying to declutter,” she said. “First, it’s best to use those plastic storage boxes or other containers already sitting in your garage that you bought years ago.”Carroll asks customers to look at organizing in a new way and to focus on one room at a time even though they may eventually need the same thing done in multiple rooms. “Ultimately the client has to make the decision on what stays and what goes,” she said. “My goal is to be sure clients are happy with their decisions.” All the old treasures that a client agrees to part with get hauled to Carroll’s SUV and dropped off (sometimes 30 bags in a week) at her mother’s house in Ocean County. Mary Varian folds all the clothing and separates other items for donation.Organize By Design helps keep the shelves filled at many charities. Carroll knows who uses what, so for example, Birthright in Red Bank gets maternity and baby clothes, Lunch Break will get new toys, and the Goodwill in Ocean gets lots of clothing. “For some clients, knowing what they downsize and declutter is donated to a charity is very important,” said Carroll.Carroll laments the closing of the Clothes Closet in Asbury Park, which was a free community thrift shop and one she kept supplied on a regular basis. “I always am thinking of the kids I taught in pre-school and how they needed so much,” Carroll said. All of her clients receive donation receipts for tax purposes.Carroll’s jobs may be as small as one room or a garage or as big as the 5,000-square-foot penthouse in New Brunswick she helped organize and pack for moving. She works in three-hour blocks (at approximately $100/hour) which gives her the flexibility to see her children off to school and be home as needed.There seems to be no shortage of clients for Organize By Design and new ones find Carroll by referrals or from her Facebook page. Although the primary business is to declutter, downsize and donate, her clients have asked her to do even more – like decorate for the holidays and wrap presents.Carroll’s clients are loyal and use her again and again for her organizing skills. Her first client still retains her 10 hours a month for a variety of organizing tasks. “She is a busy woman,” Carroll said, “and feels better when her non-work life is organized.”As can be imagined, Carroll gets surprised, at times, when she finds valuable antiques, paintings, gift certificates and even cash as she helps a client dive into a mountain of good intentions. She works with local antique shops and appraisers to help clients find out if something is indeed valuable before they part with it. “And sometimes customers are as surprised as I am when they come across an envelope of money or gift cards they had forgotten about years ago,” she said.For a business she backed into, there seems to be a bright future ahead for Carroll as she helps old and new clients part with what they don’t need or use and find it a new home. “Everyone wins then,” she said, smiling.
The tradition continued during the recent holiday season when past grads of the L.V. Rogers Bombers Basketball program returned to compete in the 2016 Bomber Alumni Basketball Tournament Boxing Day at the Trafalgar Middle School Gymnasium.Team 2006-08 defeated Team 1999-2003 72-63 to capture the tourney title.However, the bigger winner was the Blair D’Andrea Alumni Scholarship Society as all proceeds from the Bomber Alumni Basketball Tournament went to the local fund.
BLAINE WRIGHT, ALERT BAY, WINNER: “We scooted out of a tough one there today. We could have come down. Tyler thought he had room. He said he knew it was tight, but he thought the other rider (Bejarano) was out of horse, and he thought we would stay up. Myself, I sweat these things out a little bit.“We’re riding a five-race win streak. He’s taken me places . . . I thought my barn was kind of coming up, and (owner) Mr. Redekop has put some good horses in my hands, and this horse has taken me to a level where you certainly want to be. I’m very proud to be a part of it.” RAFAEL BEJARANO, G. G. RYDER, EIGHTH: “I had a great position. I was in my lane and the winner didn’t have room to come in, but he came in on me and crossed us. There wasn’t enough room, so it completely shut me off and I had to stop my horse.”TRAINER QUOTES TYLER BAZE, ALERT BAY, WINNER: “Going into the far turn I had some trouble. Bejarano (on G. G. Ryder) didn’t go into the turn real smooth and came out and bumped me and I was also getting pressure from the horses to our outside. Corey Nakatani (on Tamarando) was pressuring me because he was being pressured and that put me in a bad spot. I got bumped around a little bit but this horse is super precious. He’s an unbelievable horse to ride and he’s a got a will to win.” JOCKEY QUOTES MARK GLATT, BOOZER, SECOND: “I thought Gary rode a great race. The key to having him go a mile and an eighth was getting him to relax. I thought he relaxed really well, he got a great trip and kicked home but the other horse was a head better today.”NOTES: The winning owner is Peter Redekop of Vancouver, British Columbia. -30-
DD Motoring Correspondent Brian McDaid is puzzled by a very well known in his hometown of Letterkenny. I thought this would be an easy one, trying to find out the age of a road in Letterkenny near to where I was reared. It’s called the New Line Road which links the High Road with the Back Road and Sentry Hill Road which made up an early version of the first by-pass of Letterkenny in sorts in its day.The New Line Road was out of bounds when we were wanes. The only road that we were allowed to walk on by ourselves was the one that took us to school every morning and to mass on a Sunday, that was down Sentry Hill. “The New Liney” as it was called by all cool folk in Glencar, seemed to have everything happen on it, especially when you weren’t allowed to go down it. Back then we weren’t even allow down the town, which in them days was a good distance from Wolfe Tone Place p in Glencar. Advertisement In them days you were responsible for your own safety, and by being restricted to these routes, and local people kept an eye on you and wouldn’t be afraid to give you a telling off if you were someplace you shouldn’t be. It’s easy to understand the logic of this all these years after but back then these restrictions made no sense to four boys going to school in steps in years from 4, 5, 6, and 7 years old.The New Line Rd in Letterkenny widen in the earlier 60’s to become the New New Line Rd. Photo Brian McDaidElocution LessonsA lot of children in Letterkenny attended elocution lessons and that happened were else, but down the New Liney. A great start in life for any child but us ruffians in Glencar thought differently. Some Smart Alec changed the name to “Electrocution Lessons” which seem to perfectly describe the proud posture of pupils after they emerged from the classes.I started my search this week on the New Liney at possibly one of the oldest houses in the area. The house is a thatched cottage and sits in a lane way with grass in the middle of the road. It’s a perfectly preserved time warp of the way people once lived but throws up more questions than it answers about the New Line Rd because it’s built with its back facing the road which suggests that it may have been built before the road was built. Advertisement On LineMy next search on the New Line Road is not on the road but on line as in on the web where I tried to research one of this road’s most famous residents. The late politician and surgeon Dr. J.P. McGinley who lived on this road and had his practice in a small surgery at the side of it. However, all I could find was an address for him on The Asylum Rd. (now called the High Road.) where he was arrested for his political beliefs nearly one hundred years ago. Then by chance the name Joseph Mc Ginley popped up for the Sentry Hill area in the 1911 census for Letterkenny. Bingo I thought, opening up the link only to find Joseph Mc Ginley as a 16-year-old boarding student at the newly built St. Eunan’s College at the time.http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1911/Donegal/Letterkenny_Urban/Santry_Hill/498676/A view of one of the oldest houses along the New Line Road gives us an idea hold the road really is Photo Brian McDaid.Getting slightly side tracked looking through all the names of the residence in the collage I noticed that some were described as students and some were described as pupils. Two of these pupils, who were born in Scotland seemed to be two brothers by the name of Cunningham only 8 and 9 yrs old which would suggest that the college was a boarding school for both primary and secondary education. I would love to think that the late Joseph McGinley we located was a young Dr. McGinley coming to the end of his secondary education before his studies for medicine but I’ m unsure that his age matches up.The Poor House Looking at very old maps of Letterkenny the very first New Line Road as it was even called back them was built around the time that the Poor House was built on what is now known as the High Road. The town’s water supply was located up behind the poorhouse and old pillars just above where that present day Garda station now sits mark the entrance to the reservoir. In later years that was used by Lymac Bottling store which was the favourite site to search for old crockery stout bottles which could be sold to collectors. The Boxing Club trained in the old Poorhouse for a time.The Manse was built on the New Line Road in 1896 and was called Hillmount and The Rev Ross Millar and his family were the first residents there. The “New” New Line RoadFrom the manse up the old New line Road may have been in poor enough condition and was a lot narrower than it now with ditches and hedgerows. Some can even remember the green area in front of Mc Mahon’s Villas as being a lot wider and not as steep. That all changed with a major widening programme of the road was carried out in the late 1950s or early 60s. All of the houses on the road at that time including the Manse, Regans Forest, the bungalows and the flat roof houses all have the exact same wall built at the front of their properties. Some may now be covered by hedging or painted but still are the same and must looked very trendy with new street lights and some footpaths when the old New Line Rd was widened to become the new look New Line Rd and has remained much the same today 60 years on.On your bikeBishop William Mc Feely who firstly pointed one of the teaching staff at St Eunan College after his ordination and has a Motorbike registered in his name in 1916. before becoming the Bishop of Raphia in 1923.One of the motorists that may have travelled up and down the old New Line Road at the time when it was a lot narrower was a man called William Mc Neely. He was a priest and was also a members of the teaching staff at St. Eunan’s College. He bought a motorbike in 1915/16 possibly a BSA or Triumph which was registered in his name when he was a resident at St Eunan’s College. Then in 1923 at at only 35 years of age he was appointed the Bishop of Raphoe in succession of Bishop Patrick O’ Donnell. The newly appointed Bishop Mc Neely moved from St. Eunan’s College to the Bishop’s Palace. It’s not known what was the outcome of his motorbike! Happy Motoring Folks!DD Motoring: How old is the New Line Road? was last modified: June 1st, 2019 by Brian McDaidShare 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:Brian McDaidmotoringNew LIne Road
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Looks like the “Oracle” logo is … CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile deviceThe Warriors’ sometimes magical, sometimes depressing run at Oracle Arena has been over for nearly two months now.As the team begins preparing for its move from Oakland to San Francisco, the East Bay arena is undergoing some change of its own: the removal of its “Oracle” logo.Twitter user Tommy Call III (@tommy_III) posted a photo of a crane taking down the sign Thursday.
Finally, a camera that has four built in lenses, onboard light and floppy disk drive. Where can we get one!?A floppy disk drive? That’s right. Touting the WALLEY POS-86 as the world’s most advanced camera, the team from Walley films pokes fun at the endless Kickstarter and product videos announcing the “next big thing”.We love that the Walley is “only 25 pounds” and it’s body is essentially a hollowed out CPU….while the creator remarks how “great care was used to define how the POS-86 feels in your hands.” To top it off the examples of videos shot with the camera are downright terrible (and the built-in camera effects – ha!)We got a good laugh from this parody…essential viewing for any tech or video buff. Great work Walley Films!Thanks to NoFilmSchool for tipping us off to this video. See their post here.
A checklist on where to eat and what to shop for.New in town BejewelledArguably Bangalore’s most creative jewellery designer, Pallavi Foley has launched her new collection in 18k gold, diamonds, rubies and fresh water pearls called By The Lombok Moonlight. Inspired by the historic jewellery traditions of South-east Asian islands,,A checklist on where to eat and what to shop for.New in townBejewelledArguably Bangalore’s most creative jewellery designer, Pallavi Foley has launched her new collection in 18k gold, diamonds, rubies and fresh water pearls called By The Lombok Moonlight. Inspired by the historic jewellery traditions of South-east Asian islands, Foley has put together 21 limited edition sets of necklaces, bracelets and earrings. The motifs used on each piece include shapes of various elements.Price: On Request.At: Leela Galleria.RestaurantHome touchThe spirit of Coorg comes alive at this new restaurant serving traditional home-style cuisine from the lush green area of Karnataka which is nestled in the Western Ghats. The two-floor restaurant with a rooftop (set to open soon) has an indoor air-conditioned section, an outdoor smoking section and a party area alongside. The rooftop is slated for outdoor grills with music dedicated for a younger crowd. The menu has a huge variety for non-vegetarians with a handful of options for vegetarians to choose from. Start with the mutton broth and some Pandi Chops or a choice of meat that can be prepared in a variety of styles. The main course is served with a variety of rice like steamed string hoppers or rice balls. The dcor is swathed in yellow and natural light with photographs of gorgeous Coorg as well as relics native to the culture like traditional weapons and rifles used for hunting mounted on the wall.Average meal for two: Rs 1,000 plus taxes (without alcohol).At: 29, 80 Feet Road, Indiranagar, Bangalore.Tel: 30412940.-Ayesha AleemTaste of AsiaSavour the flavours of the Far East with delectable treats. Chinese Master Chef Thi Giang from the award winning Li Bai restaurant at the Sheraton Saigon in Vietnam has been invited as a special guest for this event. The menu has on offer lotus root, sweet corn soup, wok-fried flat noodles, Szechuan-style braised tofu and Chinese mushrooms.Price: Rs 995 (lunch buffet); Rs 1,145 (dinner buffet) plus taxes.At: Feast, Sheraton Bangalore Hotel at Brigade Gateway.Tel: 42521000.EventsadvertisementSweet delightsChef Manu Chandra and pastry chef Girish Nayak bring you a selection of sugary creations. Start with their berry amuse bouche, a strawberry consomme followed by the orange meringue filled with passion curd. Also recommended is the inevitable chocolate course followed by toffee.From: October 5-15.At: Olive Beach, Wood Street, Ashok Nagar, Bangalore.Tel: 41128400.Classic collections Back with its ninth edition, the Ranga Shankara Theatre Festival celebrates the greatest playwright of all time-William Shakespeare. Inspired by the Globe to Globe festival that recently concluded in the UK, theatre enthusiasts in the city will be treated with productions from around the world as well as two from India.From: October 27 to November 11.At: Ranga Shankara, Bangalore.Tel: 9742478886.ProfileMedic AidIndiritta D’mello’s Initiative hospital guide connects you to the best doctors in your city.Finding a doctor at a time when your body, or that of a loved one, is battling against itself can be confusing. Even if you find what you are looking for, you are likely to be preoccupied with thoughts of whether you are being prescribed the best treatment possible or being overcharged. This is where Hospital Guide, a nonprofit service that is currently available online, helps. Since they do not charge for their service, they are unbiased in their recommendations to patients.Started in 2010 by Indiritta Singh D’mello, the initiative is active and has a visible component on Facebook. Their forum on the social networking website with currently more than 20,000 members, is meant to serve as a guide with the vision to revolutionise healthcare in India. Apart from being a platform for people to share their experiences with hospitals and doctors, Hospital Guide is useful if you are looking for a doctor to help you find aid for a specific ailment. The guide helps a patient connect with reputed doctors who have been chosen for maintaining a stellar record and offer support in cases of negligence.Indiritta Singh D’mello is the daughter of Rajkumari Priti Singh Kuchaman and the late Rodolf D’mello. She pursued a bachelor’s degree in philosophy at Delhi University after which she went to Oxford University for higher studies. “I was always interested in social development,” she says. She soon realised that India was home to the best doctors but it did not always translate to the best health services. She also realised that healthcare was a goldmine as it was immune to recession as a result of which, quality was an element that was often compromised upon. Moreover, with super speciality setups emerging in the medical sector, many patients were becoming skeptical of doctors, a situation that some doctors would take advantage of. With a desire to learn more about this sector, Indiritta began working with hospitals in Delhi and Bangalore. “When I started Hospital Guide, it was built with the intention of enhancing the services of healthcare in the country,” says Indiritta. This allied service, which is free of cost, is meant to start a movement through engaging people online and discussing their experiences with doctors.Indiritta relates the story of a man based in the United States who needed care for his mother in India who had breast cancer. “A hospital that his mother consulted in India recommended chemotherapy and radiation therapies, both of which are expensive procedures and have drastic side effects. However, when they came to Hospital Guide, we made sure they got a second opinion from a top hospital in Delhi which stated that just radiation would be sufficient.” Therefore Hospital guide was able to lower the medical cost of the patient as well as avoid unpleasant health repercussions. 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