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Unbridled: A Season of Rodeo in Northwest Montana

first_imgSeasoned in the SaddleAt 35, Beau Hill of Columbia Falls is enjoying one of his best seasons as a professional bull rider. READ MORE Dominance in the SaddleKalispell’s Tammy Jo Carpenter sits near or at the top of most statewide and regional rodeo rankings. READ MORE Email Stay Connected with the Daily Roundup. Sign up for our newsletter and get the best of the Beacon delivered every day to your inbox. Rodeos are part of the Montana ethos, a living tradition that represents the state’s western heritage and true grit. The spirited competitions, such as saddle bronc riding, steer wrestling and barrel racing, require courage under fire and skill; reckless abandon at high consequence. They recapture a bygone era and preserve an age-old identity. They carry on family legacies.In the past three months, I spent several evenings photographing at rodeo arenas across the valley, watching this latest generation of cowboys and cowgirls compete in a time-honored tradition. To me, rodeo culture encompasses all the great values of our state: brawn, hard work and dedication to your craft. These athletes are some of the toughest around, working tirelessly to perfect technique so they are ready when their name is called. Whether it’s eight seconds on a bull or 16 seconds around barrels, there are no timeouts, no do-overs, no second chances.The Roots of RodeoA quick breakdown of some of the most popular events in today’s rodeos. READ MORElast_img read more

Sciortino carries Athena into the A1 semifinals

first_imgSciortino carries Athena into the A1 semifinals Share on Facebook This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Add to Google+ Subscribe by Email Print This Post By Paul Gotham on May 22, 2018No Comment center_img Connect on Linked in James Sciortino doubled, tripled and scored four runs in Greece Athena’s 8-1 win over the Irondequoit Eagles in Tuesday’s Class A1 quarterfinal. (Photo: PAUL GOTHAM/PICKIN’ SPLINTERS)By PAUL GOTHAMROCHESTER, N.Y. — Greece Athena head coach Jason Bunting figured James Sciortino made one mistake on Tuesday. It didn’t matter much.The senior right-hander left little to chance.Sciortino allowed one run on seven hits over six innings and scored four runs as fifth-seeded Athena coasted to an 8-1 win over No. 2 seed Irondequoit in the Class A1 quarterfinals.“He’s playing like a senior who’s driven and a senior who knows what it takes,” Bunting said. “He’s been on the varsity. This is his fourth year. He’s more of a coach to these guys than I am right now. I’m just letting him go.”Sciortino struck out six and walked one. He retired seven of eight from the end of the third to the beginning of the sixth and set down 9 of the last 12 batters he faced.“The fact that he’s getting ahead and the fact that he’s not afraid to throw his breaking ball behind in the count, ahead in the count, first pitch,” Bunting said of Sciortino’s effectiveness on the day. “He walked a guy on a 3-2 breaking ball was probably the one time I thought we should have went at them. He’s not afraid.”He surrendered a leadoff single to Chad Gartland in the first. One out later, Nick Serce brought home the Eagles lone run of the day with a double. Sciortino settled in after that point and allowed multiple runners on base in just one of the remaining five innings he pitched. He retired six batters over that stretch in the infield.“I let him throw what he wants to throw,” Bunting noted. “I don’t call his game. On occasion I’ll tell Ryan (Athena catcher Ballard) I want this pitch. But for the most part those guys are seniors that have been on this team for three years. I let them do it.”“Cutter all day,” Ballard said of what was working for his battery mate. “Just painting the outside corner. We’d go fastball, cutter away and in with the curve. I didn’t think they could hit it. He just kept rolling.”Sciortino tripled to lead the third and scored Athena’s first run to tie the game. One inning later, with a runner on second he was intentionally walked and eventually crossed home in a two-run frame. He worked another free pass in the fifth when the Trojans scored three more.Any thought Irondequoit had of a rally was all but erased when Sciortino doubled off the fence in left to spark a two-run seventh.“I just wanted to jump on the fastball,” said Sciortino who scattered four hits and collected bothe RBI with a home run and a triple in Athena’s 2-0 win over Hilton to close the regular season. “I was behind in the count and looking fastball.”Casey Saucke struck out the side in a scoreless Irondequoit seventh to close the game. Saucke had a hit, walked twice and scored three runs in the game.Ballard drove in two runs. Mike Ruta collected five RBI for the Trojans. Jorge Oropeza finished 2-for-5 with a stolen base. Jagger Nucci walked three times and scored once.The win was the sixth straight for Athena (13-8).“It feels great,” Sciortino said of the recent stretch. “We’re hot hitting. We’re playing together. We’re playing energetic. We’re doing well.”Athena will take on the  winner of No. 1 Canandaigua vs. No. 1 Brighton in the semifinals.Serce had two hits in three at bats for Irondequoit (12-9). Chris Butler and Johnny Fernandes collected a single and a walk apiece. The game brought to a close the career of Tim Mabb, who will be retiring after more than 30 years in the Irondequoit program – the last 23 at the varsity level.  Class A1, James Sciortino, Jason Bunting, Rochester Sciortino carries Athena into the A1 semifinals added by Paul Gotham on May 22, 2018View all posts by Paul Gotham →FacebookTwitter分享by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksSponsor ContentBig Data Courses | Search AdOnline Big Data Courses Might Be Better than You ThinkBig Data Courses | Search AdCosmoWomensTop 30 Most Beautiful Women in the WorldCosmoWomensLovely&HealthyTop 10 Most Dangerous Cruises In The World Lovely&Healthyby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksMore from Pickin’ SplintersBaron keeps Bonaventure close to his heart – Pickin’ SplintersTah-Jae Hill, Zion Morrison and the Starting Five – Pickin’ Splinters”If you had a Mount Rushmore of MCC baseball, he’s on there.” Longtime assistant Jack Christensen passes away – Pickin’ Splinters Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Follow on Facebooklast_img read more

ULEZ brought forward: Only have 17 months to update to Euro 6

first_imgLondon Mayor Sadiq Khan has decided that the London Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) – requiring all coaches and buses to be Euro 6 – will start on 8 April 2019. This is 17 months earlier than first planned.He also plans to upgrade the rest of the London-wide LEZ to Euro 6 in 2020, and expand the ULEZ in 2021.Industry worriesThe Confederation of Passenger Transport (CPT) is meeting Deputy Mayor Val Shawcross this month and will express its concerns.Says CPT Coaching Manager, Andy Warrender: “CPT is concerned that the ULEZ will not only have a detrimental effect on day-to-day coach operations, but potentially serious repercussions for London’s tourism economy.“The original planned ULEZ start date of September 2020 was already going to be a tough ask, and the early introduction will leave very little time for the production of new vehicles or approved retro-fit systems. “We support the push for cleaner air in the capital but are concerned that if these proposals are not introduced carefully, then they will have the opposite effect.”World’s toughestThe ULEZ means that London will have the world’s toughest emissions standards. The existing LEZ, which covers all London, roughly inside the M25 stays in place. Non-compliant coaches and buses attract a £200 daily charge.The ULEZ operates in central London, in the same area as the Congestion Charging Zone, and non-compliance will be an extra £100 per day.In a U-turn, the mayor says that Transport for London buses “especially the New Routemaster” should meet “the same Euro 6 requirement” as from April 2019. Previously, there was going to be an exemption.Find out more: https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/driving/ultra-low-emission-zonelast_img read more

Lieutenant Governor Phil Scott’s remarks to the Senate

first_imgAppropriations Sen. Kevin Mullin (R-Rutland), ChairSen. Philip Baruth (D-Chittenden), Vice ChairSen. Don Collins (D-Franklin)Sen. Ann Cummings (D-Washington)Sen. Bill Doyle (R-Washington) Sen. Bob Hartwell (D-Bennington), ChairSen. Diane Snelling (R-Chittenden), Vice ChairSen. Peter Galbraith (D-Windham)Sen. Mark MacDonald (D-Orange)Sen. John Rodgers (D-Essex-Orleans) Economic Development Transportation Sen. Bobby Starr (D-Essex-Orleans), ChairSen. David Zuckerman (P-Chittenden), Vice ChairSen. Chris Bray (D-Addison)Sen. Bill Carris (D-Rutland)Sen. Norm McAllister (R-Franklin) Sen. Jeanette White (D-Windham), ChairSen. Anthony Pollina (P/D/W-Washington), Vice ChairSen. Claire Ayer (D-Addison)Sen. Bill Carris (D-Rutland)Sen. Norm McAllister (R-Franklin) Sen. Peg Flory (R-Rutland), ChairSen. Ann Cummings (D-Washington), Vice ChairSen. Joe Benning (R-Caledonia)Sen. Dick Mazza (D-Chittenden-Grand Isle)Sen. John Rodgers (D-Essex-Orleans)Lieutenant Governor’s Office. 1.10.2013 PHOTO by vtdigger.org Sen. Jane Kitchel (D-Caledonia), ChairSen. Alice Nitka (D-Windsor), Vice ChairSen. Sally Fox (D-Chittenden)Sen. Dick Sears (D-Bennington)Sen. Diane Snelling (R-Chittenden)Sen. Bobby Starr (D-Essex-Orleans)Sen. Rich Westman (R-Lamoille) Sen. Claire Ayer (D-Addison), ChairSen. Sally Fox (D-Chittenden), Vice ChairSen. Ginny Lyons (D-Chittenden)Sen. Dick McCormack (D-Windsor)Sen. Anthony Pollina (D-Washington) Agriculture Sen. Dick Mazza (D-Chittenden-Grand Isle), ChairSen. Rich Westman (R-Lamoille), Vice ChairSen. John Campbell (D-Windsor)Sen. Peg Flory (R-Rutland)Sen. Jane Kitchel (D-Caledonia) Natural Resources AFTERNOON COMMITTEES Finance Sen. Dick Sears (D-Bennington), ChairSen. Joe Benning (R-Caledonia), Vice ChairSen. Alice Nitka (D-Windsor)Sen. Jeanette White (D-Windham)Sen. Tim Ashe (D/P-Chittenden) Lieutenant Governor Phil Scott was sworn in this morning for his second two-year term as Vermonts Lieutenant Governor. After taking the oath of office from Senator Dick Mazza (D-Chittenden/Grand Isle), Scott offered the following remarks. See committee assignments below.”Good morning. First, Id like to thank Vermonters for the opportunity to serve the state for another two years. It truly is an honor for me to serve as Vermonts Lt. Governor. To think a Barre-born stock car racer like myself would ever have an opportunity such as this is truly incredible. I also want to thank my family for their support. And Id like to welcome our freshman class. We have 5 new faces in the chamber: Chris Bray, Don Collins, Norm McAllister, John Rodgers, and David Zuckerman. None of their faces are truly new, but we welcome them back in a new capacity. We do, after all, in true Vermont fashion, like to recycle. And to the rest of you: My sincere congratulations, and welcome back to each and every one of you.  This session offers us an interesting mix of fresh perspective and experience. We have a returning Governor, Pro Tem, Senate Secretary and Lieutenant Governor these are all things we didnt have last time around.  (This time, we may actually know what were doing! Or at least, give that appearance.) The expectations for elected officials, at all levels, are higher than theyve ever been. Last week, on a national level, we went right to the edge during the Fiscal Cliff standoff, which showed us the danger of political brinksmanship something that I hope we can all remember in this chamber when those seemingly polarizing issues arise. My belief has always been that if you put aside the ego and the rhetoric, and inject a bit of creativity, fairness and common sense, that almost any problem involving money can be solved. While campaigning, a recurring message I heard, and Im sure many of you heard, was the anxiety over affordability. The margins are getting smaller. And with the recent 2% rise in the Social Security tax, disposable income has shrunk for all of us in the workforce. Another problem we face is the exodus of our young professionals. According to state census data, our 25-to-44 age group lost 30% of its population in the last decade. Thats 28,000 Vermonters who left our state and took with them their buying power, their innovation, and their children. Many of our elementary school classrooms echo with their absence. We also struggle in this building with a state budget pie that seems to get smaller and smaller each year, much like the pies in Mazzas Store, which, oddly enough, still cost just as much. The question is, what do we do about it? Ive been in business for almost 30 years, and as in any business, there are two sides to the balance sheet: expenses and revenues. We have the same thing here in state government, so we have choices: We can reduce expenses by cutting staff and programs, or we can increase revenues by raising taxes and fees. And, for better or for worse, weve already done both. What I continue to hear all over the state is that Vermonters are feeling frustrated, tapped out, and taxed out. The Governor has said the same, and I suspect many of you have gotten that same feedback. But there is another way to hit both sides of that balance sheet at the same time. And thats by growing our economy.  If we can work with businesses, both small and large, to replenish those private-sector jobs, progress and prosperity will come. If we can entice young professionals to move here, our classrooms will fill up again, and so will our vacant storefronts, and so will our state coffers. But we need more tools to entice people here than just our incredible quality of life. Were all familiar with the Tourism and Marketing survey completed last year that asked Americans what they associate with the word Vermont. Along with beautiful unspoiled mountains, we need people to think opportunity. Our ability to make this happen can be surprisingly easy, if we put aside the temptation to score political points at the expense of Vermonters, who are counting on us to solve our very real problems. Ive talked to a number of you over the last several weeks about coming together around this theme of Growing Vermonts Economy. I only ask you to please keep this goal in mind as you consider the bills that come through each of your committees. Ask yourselves questions like: What will this bill do to help our economy? Will this bill make it easier for families to live and prosper in Vermont? Does this help or hurt our balance sheet? Of course, there will always be issues that dont fit into a neat little box, and whose impact cant be measured in dollars: whether its the most compassionate way to handle end-of-life care, or the best way to integrate migrant workers into our society. These might not be the questions we want to think about, but they are the ones before us. We will each have our own, sometimes very personal and deeply-held beliefs about these issues. And we will not always agree. But we have a choice. We can make those inevitable disagreements into divisions, or we can commit to respectful and reasonable debates, not only with each other, but with the citizens of Vermont. Never forget that we are just caretakers here in this beautiful building, which belongs to the citizens of Vermont. Voters on November 6th sent us here with an enormous responsibility resting on our shoulders. But with all of us pulling in the same direction, and treating each other with respect and civility, I think there is a lot of potential for what we can accomplish together in the next two years. My door is always open. I, along with my chief of staff, Nancy, look forward to working with all of you. Thank you.”Lieutenant Governor Phil Scott, Senate President Pro Tempore John Campbell, and Senator Dick Mazza, members of the Senate Committee on Committees, announced the Senate committee assignments for the 2013-2014 legislative session. Those committee assignments are:MORNING COMMITTEES Sen. Dick McCormack (D-Windsor), ChairSen. Don Collins (D-Franklin), Vice ChairSen. Philip Baruth (D-Chittenden)Sen. Bill Doyle (R-Washington)Sen. David Zuckerman (P-Chittenden) Institutions Education Sen. Tim Ashe (D/P-Chittenden), ChairSen. Mark MacDonald (D-Orange), Vice ChairSen. Chris Bray (D-Addison)Sen. Peter Galbraith (D-Windham)Sen. Bob Hartwell (D-Bennington)Sen. Ginny Lyons (D-Chittenden)Sen. Kevin Mullin (R-Rutland)Government Operations Health & Welfare Judiciarylast_img read more

Stamp it out

first_imgThe Walk Free Foundation’s 2014 Global Slavery Index indicates that there are an estimated 38.5 million men, women and children trapped in modern slavery globally. The UK is not immune, with the first official Home Office figures on the issue suggesting there were between 10,000 and 13,000 potential victims of modern slavery in 2013, a concept that covers slavery, servitude, forced and compulsory labour and human trafficking. For the construction sector, modern slavery can be a major supply chain issue, particularly for those involved in large or high-profile infrastructure projects in challenging labour environments. For those organisations that will be subject to the reporting requirements under the UK’s new Modern Slavery Act 2015, the issue of preventing modern slavery in supply chains is set to become a compliance and public relations challenge.As early as October 2015, commercial organisations supplying goods or services with a minimum turnover of £36m will be required to publish on their website an annual “slavery and human trafficking statement”. This is a statement of the steps (if any) taken to ensure modern slavery is not taking place in the organisation’s own business and its supply chains.The Modern Slavery Act sets out a high-level framework of what might be included in a statement and covers the following key areas:A brief description of an organisation’s business model and supply chain relationshipsPolicies relating to modern slavery, including due diligence and auditing processes implementedTraining provided to those in supply chain management and the rest of the organisationPrinciple risks related to slavery and human trafficking, including how risks are evaluated and managed in the organisation and its supply chainsKey performance indicators, allowing third parties to assess the effectiveness of the activities described in the statement.The government will publish statutory guidance on the reporting requirement and good practice for the prevention of modern slavery in supply chains to coincide with the reporting obligation coming into effect.Given the global nature of the construction sector, the Modern Slavery Act is likely to have knock-on effects throughout the global supply chain and although larger companies will be subject to the reporting requirement, suppliers of any size should take note, as they will undoubtedly come under pressure to ensure their own supply chains are in order.Suppliers of any size will come under pressure to ensure their own supply chains are in orderPublic scrutiny will provide the primary incentive for compliance with the reporting requirement – legal sanctions are limited, with the secretary of state merely empowered to commence proceedings for an injunction requiring an organisation to prepare a statement. Negative attention from customers, activist shareholders, trade unions and civil society will likely prove an effective incentive for compliance, particularly if an organisation, sector or issue is already under the spotlight (for example, the construction sector in Qatar ahead of the FIFA World Cup).California has similar legislation and NGOs, such as KnowTheChain, are engaged in public shaming exercises, publishing details on their website of companies that are non-compliant with reporting requirements. The Business and Human Rights Resource Centre has also been active in approaching non-compliant organisations under the Californian regime and is likely to turn its attention to businesses that fail to comply with reporting requirements under the Modern Slavery Act.Organisations subject to the reporting requirement should ensure their slavery and human trafficking statement is underpinned by appropriate and proportionate action that it is defensible in the face of scrutiny from inside and outside of the organisation (for example, from trade unions and whistleblowers).There will undoubtedly be differences in the approaches organisations take to supply chain due diligence, management and the reporting requirement given that risk profiles will vary – for example, a contractor undertaking a construction project in the UK will likely have a lower risk profile for modern slavery than one undertaking public works in a jurisdiction where labour practices for migrant workers have been historically poor.Procurement policies addressing modern slavery, contractual protections in supply contracts, clear labour and whistleblowing policies and consistent messaging throughout the supply chain will be important wherever organisations are operating.However, for those organisations operating in high-risk jurisdictions, enhanced due diligence and implementation of more stringent preventative measures will undoubtedly be required.Brett Hartley is senior associate at Clyde & Colast_img read more

Stadler selected to supply Rhein-Ruhr S-Bahn EMUs

first_imgGERMANY: Rhein-Ruhr transport authority VRR announced on March 17 that it had selected Stadler Pankow to supply 41 electric multiple-units and maintain them for 30 years. Stadler beat three other bidders to be named preferred bidder, and is expected to sign the contract following the customary 10-day standstill period. The EMUs are to be deployed on S-Bahn routes S2, S3, S9, S28, RB3, RB40 and RB41 from December 2019, when a new operator is scheduled to take over and frequencies on the network will be increased. Tenders for the operating contract are to be called this year. Last year VRR bought 48 existing Alstom/Bombardier Class 422 EMUs from DB Regio for use in routes S1 and S4, and awarded the incumbent a contract to maintain them for at least 15 years.last_img read more

Ross University donates EC$100,000 to Dominica Red Cross Society

first_img Share Share Tweet BusinessEducationLocalNewsTertiary Ross University donates EC$100,000 to Dominica Red Cross Society by: – September 11, 2015 187 Views   no discussionscenter_img Share Sharing is caring! Philip White (left), President of the Dominica Red Cross Society accepts a checkfor $100,000 EC from RUSM Dean and Chancellor Joseph A. Flaherty, MD.PORTSMOUTH, Dominica (September 11, 2015) – The leadership of DeVry Medical International and Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) have been partnering closely with the local government and authorities in Dominica on several aspects of the relief efforts in the aftermath of deadly Tropical Storm Erika. On Tuesday, September 8, RUSM’s Dean and Chancellor Joseph A. Flaherty, MD, presented a donation of $100,000 EC to the Dominica Red Cross Society.“All of us at RUSM and DeVry are moved by the losses suffered by the country and we are equally moved by the indomitable spirit of the people,” said Dr. Flaherty. “We know that Dominica is on the road to recovery, with the help of agencies like the Red Cross, well-known everywhere as a good and reliable organization that delivers services to people in need.” The president of the Dominica Red Cross Society, Mr. Philip White, accepted the check on behalf of the organization’s director general, board members, volunteers, and the people of Dominica. “At this point in time I think you have demonstrated your commitment to Dominica,” Mr. White said. “I want to say a big thank you to Ross for coming on board with the Red Cross with this timely gesture. This will go a long way in helping to alleviate the plight that most of our communities have suffered.”To view a link to a video of the presentation click here.last_img read more

Jeb Bush invites Vols fans to tailgate

first_imgKNOXVILLE — Ever dreamed of tailgating with a presidential candidate?Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush will be in Knoxville this weekend.Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush will be in Knoxville this weekend.Now’s your chance.Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, a Republican, will be in Knoxville this weekend for Tennessee’s game against No. 19 Georgia, and he has invited the public to join him for some tailgating.[tweet https://twitter.com/JebBush/status/651880949882327041%5D“With the start of college football season, Jeb’s taking his campaign to the field to build grassroots support ahead of the SEC primary in March,” reads Bush’s campaign website. On March 1, eight Southern states, including Tennessee, will hold primaries.The invitation asks fans to meet Bush, “learn how you can get involved (with the campaign) and maybe even take a few selfies.”Bush previously attended a South Carolina-Georgia game in Athens, Ga. He’ll see games in Tuscaloosa, Ala., and Starkville, Miss., before the season is over.“As a successful conservative governor from an SEC state, Jeb’s looking forward to competing in the SEC primary and bringing some fun to the process,” reads the Bush website.Bush served two terms as governor of Florida. His campaign has asked fans interested in attending to RSVP on his website.Reach Matt Slovin at [email protected] or on Twitter @MattSlovin.last_img read more

Ronaldo: Lionel Messi or Cristiano might come and play in the USA

first_imgFormer Barcelona and Real Madrid player Ronaldo says he “would pay from my own pocket to sign Lionel Messi”. Upd. at 20:59 Sport EN “In a few years we can accomplish it. Nothing is impossible. The United States is the second country in the world, behind China, where football is growing. 04/04/2015 The former striker was speaking in a promotional act for the North American Soccer League, and said he could see Messi playing in America at some point. Asked if Ronaldo himself could play, the 38-year-old said: “I could play some games, more likely if we get to the play-offs.center_img CEST The co-owner of Fort Lauderdale Strikers, in the US second division, spoke about big sports stars coming to the states.  “Many famous players want to come to live in the south in Florida for the quality of life, who wouldn’t want to live here?” “In the Strikers we don’t have borders. This club will be great. Why not Messi? Why not Cristiano Ronaldo? “Still, I have to get fit so as not to go out there and embarrass the coach.”last_img read more

Celta Vigo squeeze through but Athletic and Villarreal suffer in Europa League

first_img Iago Aspas scored a late penalty to level the scores on aggregate before Gustavo Cabral nodded home in extra-time to send them through 2-1 on aggregate. 24/02/2017 Elsewhere Athletic Bilbao were stunned 2-0 by Apoel Nicosia who progressed 4-3 on aggregate, with Athletic boss Valverde saying after the game:  “This is football. Anyone can call it what they want, a failure or whatever. We always set the bar high for ourselves.  “We were favourites and we have lost. What we have to do now is stick together, bear the brunt and on Sunday go out to win the game we have [vs Granada].” Sport EN Villarreal went into the second leg of their last 32 against Roma 4-0 down and emerged with some pride intact thanks to a 1-0 victory, with Rafael Santos Borre notching in the 15th minute. Upd. at 00:28 CET Celta Vigo beat Shaktar Donetsk 2-0 after extra-time to stop it being a dreadful night for La Liga teams in Europe in the Europa League.last_img read more

Real Valladolid cruise to a 0-2 win vs. Espanyol at Rcde Stadium

first_img 29/09/2019 As for substitutions, both coaches used full substitutions. For Espanyol Lei Wu, David López and Pablo Piatti came on for Didac Vila, Sergi Darder and Matías Vargas, while Valladolid brought on Enes Unal, Joaquín Fernández and Pedro Porro to replace Sandro Ramírez, Mohammed Salisu and Toni Villa. The first 45 minutes was in favour of Real Valladolid, with a goal from Míchel Herrero in the 26th minute, finalising the first half with a 0-1. SPORT.es CEST The referee booked Víctor Sánchez and Javi López and Fernando Calero saw the red card, for Espanyol.center_img Upd. at 14:13 Valladolid sways pass Espanyol 0-2 on Sunday at Rcde Stadium. The two teams arrived at this challenge after drawing their last game. Espanyol faced the encounter with a desire to add more points to their locker after a 1-1 draw against Celta while Real Valladolid had to settle for a draw in the last match played of the competition. As of today, Espanyol is 18th in the LaLiga table with 5 points from 7 matches, while Real Valladolid sits 10th with 9 points after 7 matches. Real Valladolid took the lead in the second half, thanks to a goal from Óscar Plano just before the end of the second half, and the game ended 0-2. Espanyol will be playing against Mallorca at away stadium, while Real Valladolid will face Atlético de Madrid at home stadium.last_img read more

Cardinia robberies up, but crime down

first_imgBy Jade LawtonROBBERIES in Cardinia Shire have almost doubled over the past year, according to new crime statistics – but…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img