Soldier tombs the champion and leads Granada to Cup semifinals

first_imgYes, the Spanish-Brazilian striker found a door after a quarter of an hour, but the referee canceled the goal for a previous offside (min. 16). With no time to breathe, the Andalusian team responded with a kick to Foulquier’s stick, before Maxi Gomez tried his luck on a shot that saved the local defense.A new shot to the crossbar in the middle of the hour closed the festival of Nasrid occasions in the first half, but, little by little, the set ‘che’ was releasing the pressure to find his prize in the 40th minute, when Rodrigo took advantage of a center behind the back of Coquelin to, first, equalize the contest.Soldier goes to the rescueDiego Martínez retouched the team in the middle with the entry of Víctor Díaz by Vadillo, although it was Valencia who led the initiative in the first stages of the restart, taking control of the ball.However, the fatigue was making a dent and the shock was losing explosiveness. Even so, Jaume still had to act to save a couple of shots of the newly entered Machís.Everything jumped in the air when, already at the discount and in a corner kick, Jaume Costa cleared the ball with his elbow; the referee, after reviewing the VAR, decreed a penalty and Soldier resolved with cold blood to seal the pass (min.93). With this, the Granada team is already waiting for a rival in the semifinals, which will cease to be a single match.DATA SHEET. Granada, with a penalty goal from Roberto Soldado in the 93rd minute, sealed its pass to the semifinals of the Copa del Rey on Tuesday by beating Valencia, the current champion, in the New Los Cármenes (2-1), a result which allows the Granada group to reach the penultimate round of the ‘KO’ tournament for the first time in the last 51 years.And, since May 1969, the Nasrids did not step on the ‘semis’, and he had to be a former player of the ‘che’ group who returned the glory. The Valencian striker opened the scoring as soon as the match began, and, already at the discount and from eleven meters behind a hand committed by Jaume Costa, he offered Granada the pass to the fourth semifinals of its history.At the start of the quarter-cuppers, Nasrids and Valencians offered a first 45 minutes of pure football, with the locals biting more and hitting on their second arrival, when only a couple of minutes had elapsed since the initial whistle.After a loss in the midfield of Albert Celades, the against Granada was armed; Roberto Soldado advanced to the balcony of the area and fired with power adjusted to the short stick to surprise Jaume and overtake his team against his former team (min.3).The arrivals, constant in both areas, gave rhythm to a round trip and full of occasions. Jaume broke up, in the 8th minute, the second goal of Granada, just after Rodrigo wasted a great opportunity to make the draw in an overcrossed shot. Two striker goals overthrow Valencia (2-1)The Nasrid team returns to ‘semis’ 51 years later Photo: EFEcenter_img POMEGRANATE: Aaron Escandell; Foulquier, Sánchez, Vallejo, Neva; Gonalons (Eteki, min. 85), Vadillo (Víctor Díaz, min. 46), Doors, Herrera; Soldier and Carlos Fernández (Machís, min. 69).VALENCIA: Jaume; Wass, Gabriel, Diakhaby, Costa; Parejo, Coquelin, Carlos Soler, Ferran Torres (Guedes, min. 67), Rodrigo (Florenzi, min. 86) and Maxi Gómez.– GOALS:1-0, min. 3: Soldier.1-1, min. 40: Rodrigo.2-1, min. 93: Soldier, penalty.–REFEREE: González González (C. Castellano-Manchego). He admonished Gonalons (min. 43) and Soldier (min. 53) by Granada.–STADIUM: New Los Cármenes. 16,551 spectators. –OUTCOME: GRANADA, 2 – VALENCIA, 1 (1-1, at rest).– ALIGNMENTS.last_img read more

Thiem suffers to pass in Rio and Pella and Ruud say goodbye

first_imgMunar, who gained with partial 7-5 and 6-4 to Caruso, assured house for the spherical of 16 and joined the Spanish Spaniards Pablo Andújar, Pedro Martínez and Carlos Alcaraz, which on Monday overcame their commitments and superior to the following spherical.The Uruguayan Cuevas (46 ATP), who was champion of the Rio Open in 2016 and has performed all editions of the carioca match, he fell in the primary spherical by a blunt 6-4 and 6-Three towards the Hungarian Attila Balazs (106 ATP), a participant who entered the primary competitors because the fortunate loser of the part qualifyingBalazs, who solely wanted an hour and 28 minutes to prevail over the South American, managed to attain the primary spherical in Brazil due to the damage that pressured the Serbian Laslo Djere, champion of the Rio Open in 2019, to surrender the competitors just a few days after its begin.The untimely defeat in Rio leaves the Uruguayan underneath the specter of dropping a number of positions in the worldwide classification as a result of he was defending the 180 factors he acquired as a semifinalist final yr.One other who mentioned goodbye prematurely was the Argentine Juan Ignacio Londeiro (61 ATP) who fell to Croatian Borna Coric (31), the fifth favourite in Rio, by partial 7-6 (7-5) and 7-5, in nearly two hours of the sport.Coric shall be measured in the following part to the younger Brazilian Thiago Wild, who on Monday gained the Spanish Alejandro Davidovich Fokina in a match of three hours and 50 minutes, the longest in all editions of the Rio Open.The Argentine additionally mentioned goodbye Leonardo Mayer (109 ATP), who fell 6-1, 5-7 and 6-Four on Tuesday towards Italian Lorenzo Sonego (52 ATP).The Rio Open has been performed on the clay courts of the Brazilian Jockey Membership of Rio de Janeiro since 2014 and this yr provides prizes for $ 1.9 million, of which $ 355,530 to the winner together with the 500 factors in the standings ATP.The primary tennis participant to conquer the title in Rio was the Spanish Rafael Nadal (2014) and his successors had been additionally the Spanish David Ferrer (2015), the Uruguayan Pablo Cuevas (2016), the Austrian Dominic Thiem (2017), the Argentine Diego Schwartzman (2018) and the Serbian Laslo Djere (2019).Outcomes of the second day of the primary spherical:Dominic Thiem (AUT) beat Felipe Meligeni (BRA) 6-2, 4-6 and 6-1.Dusan Lajovic (SRB) to Marco Cecchinato (ITA) for 6-4, 6-7 (4) and 6-1.Borna Coric (CRO) to Juan Ignacio Londero (ARG) for 7-6 (5) and 7-5.Gianluca Mager (ITA) to Casper Ruud (NOR) by 7-6 (4) and 7-5.Attila Balazs (HUG) to Pablo Cuevas (URU) 6-4 and 6-3.Joao Domingues (POR) to Federico Gaio (ITA) by 7-6 (8) and 6-4.Jaume Munar (ESP) to Salvatore Caruso (ITA) 7-5 and 6-4.Lorenzo Sonego (ITA) to Leonardo Mayer (ARG) for 6-1, 5-7 and 6-4..hiago Monteiro (BRA) to Guido Pella (ARG) for 5-7, 6-4 and 7-6 (3) Austrian tennis participant Dominic Thiem, quantity 4 in the world, confirmed Tuesday his favoritism on the Rio de Janeiro Open by beating Brazilian Felipe Meligeni, whereas the Argentinean Guido Pella and the Norwegian Casper Ruud, two of the favorites, mentioned goodbye in the primary spherical.Thiem, who gained 6-2, 4-6 and 6-1 to Meligeni (341 ATP) regardless of discomfort in the left knee that pressured him to ask for medical consideration, shall be measured in the spherical of 16 in this Brazilian metropolis to Spanish Jaume Munar (99 ATP), who superior thanks to his 7-5 and 6-Four victory over the Italian Salvatore Caruso (97 ATP).In the meantime, Pella (27 ATP), the fourth favourite in the one ATP 500 match in South America, and Ruud (45 ATP), eighth favourite and that Sunday was topped champion of the Buenos Aires Open, had been eradicated after dropping in the primary spherical.Pella was eradicated by Brazilian Thiago Monteiro (88 ATP) in a detailed and even match of three hours and three minutes in which the venue, with the assist of nearly all of the followers, was more practical in the tiebreaker sleeve and ended up imposing itself for 5-7, 6-4 and 7-6 (3).Monteiro will meet on Thursday in the spherical of 16 at Hungarian Attila Balazs (106 ATP), which right now eradicated Uruguayan Pablo Cuevas (27 ATP), one other of the large favorites.The Norwegian, in the meantime, fell to the Italian Gianluca Mager (128 ATP) by 7-6 (4) and 7-5.As well as to Pella, Ruud and Cuevas, different favorites eradicated in the primary spherical in Rio had been the Spaniards Fernando Verdasco (59 ATP), ninth seed, and Albert Ramos (41 ATP), seventh.Ramos was eradicated on Monday by Carlos Alcaraz, the brand new jewel of Spanish tennis and that, at age 16, turned the youngest in his nation to win an ATP match after Rafael Nadal.The few favorites that superior with Thiem to second spherical had been the Serbian Dusan Lajovic (23 ATP), second head of key and that beat the Italian Marco Cecchinato by 6-4, 6-7 (4) and 6-1; and the Croatian Borna Coric (31 ATP), fifth favourite and that was imposed on the Argentine Juan Ignacio Londero by 7-6 (5) and 7-5.The Chilean Cristian Garín (26 ATP), third favourite, had already assured place in eighths on Monday.Thiem, champion of the Rio Open in 2016, which this month was a finalist in the Australian Open and expects the 500 champion factors in Rio to ascend to third place in the rating, you should have to overcome not solely the discomfort in the knee however an uncomfortable rival like Munar, 22 years outdated and He expects a rematch after the defeat towards the Austrian in April that eradicated him in Barcelona.Regardless of his favoritism, the fourth of the world confronted difficulties earlier than a Brazilian youth who pressured him to play the three sleeves and that he beat the braek level in the second set, in addition to extending a theoretically simple match for 2 hours and two minutes.last_img read more

Cavs’ Dwyane Wade sidelined with bruised knee

first_imgJake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Coach Tyronn Lue said he didn’t know Wade had banged knees during the game, saying it was just a freak accident and that the knee had swelled up on the flight to New York.Earlier this week, Wade asked Lue to take him out of the starting lineup because he thought it would benefit the team. Lue has been juggling his lineups and rotations while trying to blend new players and deal with injuries.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogStarting point guard Derrick Rose was out for the third straight game with a sprained ankle, with Lue saying he hoped Rose could return Saturday. LeBron James made a rare start at point guard and scored 34 points with 13 assists as the Cavs improved to 3-1. James also tweaked his right ankle.Nets guard D’Angelo Russell was out with a right knee sprain. Coach Kenny Atkinson said the injury wasn’t serious and that the team was being cautious with its 22-year-old leading scorer. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Cleveland Cavaliers’ Dwyane Wade, center, drives to the basket between Orlando Magic’s Terrence Ross, left, and Evan Fournier, from France, in the first half of an NBA basketball game, Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)NEW YORK — Cleveland Cavaliers forward Dwyane Wade has a bruised left knee and won’t play Wednesday night against the Brooklyn Nets.Wade came off the bench and scored 11 points in 19 minutes in Tuesday’s win over the Bulls. It was Wade’s first game with Cleveland’s second unit, and the 35-year-old added four assists and three rebounds as theCavs’ reserves cut into Chicago’s early 14-point lead.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Gritty Bolts force Game 7 Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacsoncenter_img Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene LATEST STORIES Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio 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 View commentslast_img read more

Labor Minister/ILO Wants Collaborative Efforts in Post Ebola Recovery

first_imgThe Minister of Labor, Neto Zarzar Lighe, has stressed the need for collaborative efforts between the International Labor Organization (ILO) and the Labor Ministry in the post-Ebola recovery program of the sector in Liberia.Minister Lighe made the assertion on Tuesday, June 23 at the Ministry of Labor when a technical delegation from the ILO regional office in Abuja, Nigeria paid him a courtesy visit to discuss issues relative to the post-Ebola recovery plan of Liberia.A statement from the Ministry quoted Minister Lighe, as saying that the delegation’s visit follows discussion held between his office and the ILO Regional Director for Africa, Aeneac C. Chuma, at the 104th Session of theLabor conference in Geneva, Switzerland on the ILO’s Post-Ebola Recovery Plans for Liberia. The Minister used the occasion to inform the ILO delegation that his Ministry had developed an annual work-plan, which will be shared with the ILO to ensure that the organization’s programs are in line with its plan.Minister Lighe told the delegation that the Ministry is preparing to conduct a Labor Force Survey (LFS) this year and is looking forward to the ILO commitment to assist in carrying out the survey.Issues also highlighted during the discussion included support for the implementation of the National Employment Policy, the holding of National Consultation on Child Labor, the Decent Work Country Program, the passage of the Decent Work Bill, Social Protection, Occupational Health and Safety and stigmatization of Ebola survivors in the workplace.Dennis Zulu, Acting head of the International Labor Organization (ILO) Regional Office for English Speaking West African States and head of the delegation, said his delegation was in the country to hold discussions with authorities of the government, representatives of Liberia Labor Congress (LLC), Liberia Chamber of Commerce (LCC) as well as other partners on the post Ebola recovery program of the Labor Sector.The delegation congratulated the government and people of Liberia for defeating the Ebola virus outbreak and the passage of the Decent Work Bill. He expressed the ILO’s willingness to provide support for dissemination of the Decent Work Bill and the conduct of the Labor Force Survey.He added that the ILO will work with the Ministry of Labor in the implementation of the employment policy of Liberia in line with post-Ebola recovery plan to provide both short and long term training for labor inspectors in the area of Occupational Safety and Health to make them effective in carrying out their assigned duties.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

U. China Comm. Professor Defends Country’s Human Rights Record

first_imgA professor of Communications at the University of China has defended the Chinese government’s tight control of free speech and multiple childbirths – considered internationally as human rights – and questioned the benefits of the ‘freedoms’ African and the Western countries plead to sustain.Professor Zhang Yanqui, presented these staunchly pro-China views during her presentation on China’s Political Communication, at a seminar organized for African communications officers and journalists on Tuesday. Emphasizing the good intentions of the Chinese Government in controlling certain activities, Zhang added that the Chinese people “do not feel offended by the Government’s interventions.”The case for limiting free speechWhile the ban on social media including Google, the giant internet link, may be considered a human rights violation, she argued that the decision prevents the instability and political upheaval fueled by social media in many other parts of the world.The uncontrollable use of Facebook and twitter, based on their status as human rights, she said, is yielding negative effects in countries adopting the practice, including derogatory statements made on these websites, which have the propensity to stir conflict.“Freedom of speech is not absolutely free, but has limitations,” Zhang explained, citing as an example the renowned British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) radio, where “there has been no day the station will criticize the Queen.” “Nor it is not possible for a good husband or wife to criticize the family, despite differences they may have over issues. We do not encourage destructive criticisms against the state and government; [but] the limitation of some rights and freedom is meant [to foster] prosperous economic growth and to maintain peace, economic growth and social development.”One participant, too, injected in agreement with Zhang that Chinese Government’s Facebook ban was a “wise decision”, arguing that the social sites disadvantages far outweigh its benefits.According to the Ugandan female participant, the social site impedes on-the-job performance, as some workers spend more time on Facebook than doing their work. She also noted that the social media culture encourages poor English grammar and spelling. Government interference in the householdTouching the far more controversial and longstanding one-child policy, which has met heavy international criticism since its introduction in 1978, and the equally opposed acceptance of abortion, Zhang defended the success of these policies in controlling China’s population of 1.3 billion, and building a strong economy. She cited food security and availability of transportation as key factors necessitating population control.She then noted that the one-child policy will soon be revised to a second-child policy.The professor also highlighted China’s zero-tolerance for sex marriage and “other social interactions [that run] contrary to appropriate human attitude.” Holding the world and the media accountableHaving addressing the key criticisms held against the Communist state, Professor Zhang turned the tables on Africa and the West, citing their negative perspective on China and their concurrent failure to turn the lens on their own respective human rights blunders. Zhang suggested a different perspective: “for China, we are accused of human rights abuse, but despite our huge population, we secure food for our people and feed African countries. Although some children in our society do not have shoes to go to school, our government provides electricity, safe drinking water, education, amongst others for the citizens unlike many African countries and others Western countries that cannot feed their citizens or provide some of the basic essential services for them in the advocacy for human rights.”Turning her focus on the international media coverage of most development settings, she decried the practice of Western and African outlets to direct more attention to negative stories than positive ones. Here, she referenced the Ebola crisis in West Africa and terrorist activities in Nigeria, Mali and Somalia – events that the western media have concentrated on more than positive stories.Professor Zhang also stressed the need for thorough reporting, arguing that if media institutions can report negative stories, they must also be able to report the causes, the effects on the people involved, and steps being taken to resolve the challenges at hand.“This is what Chinese media outlets including the China Radio International (CRI), CCTV and others do, under the guidance of the government,” she said.In reference to constructive Journalism, Professor Zhang said it does not criticize because it just wants to; but also gives the reasons for criticism, provides solutions to the problem, and dwells on positive stories for development, social harmony and economic growth.”Human rights remains at the forefront of the international development debate, as the world’s least developed countries and emerging economies grapple with the conflict between maintaining social cohesion, providing infrastructure and basic services, and meeting conditionalities set by the West. Citing budgetary constraints, many struggling countries resist pressure from more developed economies to toe the human rights line, arguing that providing basic needs such as water and electricity is more important than curbing carbon emissions. Another compelling argument of developing countries is that current world powers observed few or no human rights during their industrialization processes, and are, therefore, hypocritical to place such high demands on poor countries. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

US$37.5M Forest Sector Project Launched

first_imgMr. Karnwea in an ‘Honored’ Gown at the Launch of Liberia Forest Sector Project at Monrovia City Hall; and partial view of the audienceA US$37.5 million Government of Norway grant intended to manage the Liberian forest sector was launched on March 14 in Monrovia, attended by stakeholders and the Forestry Development Authority (FDA).The program was held at the Monrovia City Hall.Speaking on the theme: “Managing Forest to Benefit all Liberians,” World Bank Liberia Country Manager Ms. Larisa Leshchenko said in the Country Partnership Strategy, the Bank will remain engaged in the forest sector and policy dialogue.She added that the grant is a means for the Bank to support the Government of Liberia’s 2006 National Forest Reform Law to manage its protected forest area network.She said the Liberia Forest Sector Project is a first-time initiative that has the dual objective of forest sector management and realizing the sector’s contribution to mitigating the impacts of climate change.Ms. Leshchenko pointed out that healthy forests and landscapes can help Liberians realize real reductions in global emissions in the short and long terms.The World Bank official stressed that these emission reductions can and should be achieved in a way that maintain transparency and environmental integrity.She intimated that the World Bank has reinforced its strategy to support national efforts in the sustainable management of the country’s forests.In order to meet this goal, Mr. Leshchenko said in April this year, the Board of the World Bank Group would endorse the Forest Action Plan.Ms. Leshchenko disclosed that such a move would aim to integrate the sustainable management of forests more fully into development and define priorities for the World Bank Group for the next five years.“This project we are launching today directly responds to the Forests Action Plan…forests and landscapes as key pillars in our new Climate Change Action Plan,” Ms. Leshchenko said.In a statement, the Executive Director of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Madam Anyaa Vohiri, pledged her agency’s cooperation in the implementation of various components of the project.In remarks, the Norwegian Government representative, Arild Skedsmo, urged all implementing partners connected to the Liberia Forest Sector Project to ensure the practical implementation of all components of the initiative in the best interest of all Liberians.The Norwegian official also expressed the hope that every effort would be made to ensure that all partners work around the clock to ensure the protection of Liberia’s forests.FDA outgoing managing director Harrison Karnwea urged partners and stakeholders to continue to exhibit commitment and support to the worthy cause of protecting the country’s forests.Mr. Karnwea said there were widespread speculations in Liberia that the letter of intent signed between the FDA and Norway was intended to stop commercial logging.He, however, clarified that the letter of intent with the Government of Norway was intended to sustainably manage Liberia’s forests for the benefit of Liberia.Karnwea urged the in-coming manager and team to step in their footsteps and work with Liberians, especially lawmakers, for the successful implementation of the Liberia Forest Sector Project.He extended thanks and appreciation to the Liberian government for the opportunities afforded him to serve the people and the state in different capacities over the years.Saah A. David Jr National Coordinator of LFSP in Liberia, provided synopsis on the various mechanisms on how the initiative will benefit Liberians, especially dependents of forest communities.Mr. David underscored the need for the support and cooperation of all line ministries and agencies connected to the forest initiative.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Drug plan sign-ups beat forecast

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa Anita Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., compared the government’s effort to its response to Hurricane Katrina and called it “slow, inept and dangerous.” Leavitt acknowledged that the program was not working for some. He said the administration was working feverishly to address concerns that tens of thousands of people who can least afford to go without their medication are struggling. He said he would begin a tour on Wednesday of numerous states – Oregon, California, Texas, Arkansas, Florida and Wisconsin among them – “to find out how things are working in the field.” The new drug benefit began on Jan. 1. About 42 million senior citizens and the disabled are eligible to enroll in private health plans that will subsidize their prescription drug costs. Advocates for the elderly poor and disabled have raised concerns that some senior citizens are not showing up as being enrolled in plans and, in other instances, are being charged hundreds of dollars for medicine that should not cost more than $5. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! WASHINGTON – More than 2 million people have voluntarily enrolled for the new prescription drug benefit in the past month, exceeding projections by the Bush administration. Last month, the administration announced that about 21 million people would get drug coverage through the program. About 1 million of that group had voluntarily enrolled. The rest were automatically enrolled because of their participation in other programs, such as Medicaid for those with low incomes, or because they continued to get coverage through their employers, which could start receiving government subsidies toward a prescription drug benefit for the elderly. Health and Human Services Secretary Mike Leavitt touted the enrollment numbers on Monday as good news for a program that has stumbled in the early going. About 20 states have been compelled to help pay for medicine that many senior citizens and the disabled could not get through their new coverage. “The program is working for the vast majority of participants quite well,” Leavitt said. “We’re filling more than a million prescriptions a day.” last_img read more

FINN VALLEY CENTRE LAUNCHES AUTUMN/WINTER PROGRAMME

first_imgTHE FINN VALLEY centre has today launched its programme of activities for the autumn and winter.There’s loads to do – from the athletics (of course) to gymnastics and rugby.And if you fancy a bit of barn dancing, that’s on offer to. Call 07491 32053 for more details – or check out the poster above.  FINN VALLEY CENTRE LAUNCHES AUTUMN/WINTER PROGRAMME was last modified: September 13th, 2012 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:FINN VALLEY CENTRE LAUNCHES AUTUMN/WINTER PROGRAMMElast_img read more

KELLY’S TOYOTA PUT OLYMPIAN CHLOE IN THE DRIVING SEAT

first_imgKELLY’S TOYOTA have announced a sponsorship deal with Co Donegal Olympian Chloe Magee – and you could say she is absolutely delighted.Badminton star Chloe and her brother Sam have been named in the squad for the forthcoming European championships.Chloe had a great run of form recently to make sure she will compete in the London 2012 Olympic Games. The Raphoe woman has also signed a sponsorship agreement with Kelly’s Toyota in Letterkenny.Said Chloe: “It is not only a joy to be driving around in a brand new Kelly’s Toyota Rav 4 jeep but it always is a great feeling to have a massive sponsor like this who believes as much in my career as me.“After a quick stop in Donegal to say a massive thanks to Kelly’s Toyota and showing off my new wheels it was back to business and straight back to Dublin for the Nationals!”Magee won both the ladies singles and mixed titles last weekend in Dublin and next week flies out with the Irish team to the European Team Championships in Holland where the women face Russia, Slovenia and Slovakia. The Men’s team play Germany and Israel. The selected teams are:WOMEN: Chloe Magee, Alanna Stephenson, Jennie King & Sinead ChambersMEN: Scott Evans, Tony Stephenson, Sam Magee & Niall Tierney.© 2011 donegaldaily.com, all Rights ReservedThe copying, republication or redistribution of donegaldaily.com Content, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited by law. Follow us on www.twitter.com/donegaldailyFollow us on www.facebook.com/donegaldailyKELLY’S TOYOTA PUT OLYMPIAN CHLOE IN THE DRIVING SEAT was last modified: February 13th, 2012 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:KELLY’S TOYOTA PUT OLYMPIAN CHLOE IN THE DRIVING SEATlast_img read more