St. Benilde overcomes 15-point deficit, slips past Mapua

first_imgMarinerong Pilipino stuns Tanduay, enters D-League semis Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio 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 respite Vilma Santos, Luis Manzano warn public of fake account posing as her For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ Ai-Ai delas Alas on Jiro Manio: ‘Sana pinahalagahan niya ang naitulong ko’ 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES Carlo Young also shot 4-of-9 from threes to wound up with 13 points and four rebounds, while Edward Dixon registered 10 markers and 10 boards.“I’m just super happy and super enthusiastic right now. It took out all of the fatigue we’re feeling,” said coach TY Tang, as the Blazers outscored the Cardinals, 22-8 in the fourth quarter. “It’s really the character that we’re trying to build up. We’re slowly getting there.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’St. Benilde crawled out of a 56-41 deficit with three minutes to play in the third frame and continued on chipping away the lead in the payoff period before finally grabbing the lead, 65-64, with 6:23 to play.With the Blazers holding on to a 72-69 lead in the final minute, the Cardinals had a shot to force overtime, but Andoy Estrella muffed his trey as Rene Sta. Maria iced the game with two freebies with 4.6 ticks left. Albay to send off disaster response team to Batangas View comments Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netSt. Benilde snapped its four-game losing skid and downed Mapua, 74-69, Tuesday in the NCAA Season 93 men’s basketball tournament Tuesday at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.JJ Domingo reached a new career-high, pouring 24 points and four rebounds for the Blazers, while Clement Leutcheu tallied a double-double in tune of his 14 markers and 17 boards.ADVERTISEMENT Teen gunned down in Masbate Quarters: 13-12, 31-38, 52-61, 74-69. End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano MOST READ 2 nabbed in Bicol drug stings Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. St. Benilde improved to 2-4, finally tasting a victory in the hard court after its first win came out of a technicality after Perpetual wore the wrong uniform in their season opener.Christian Bunag led the way for Mapua (1-5) with 13 points, 11 rebounds, and three blocks, while Estrella and JP Nieles both had 12.The Scores:ST. BENILDE 74 – Domingo 24, Leutcheu 14, Young 13, Dixon 10, Sta. Maria 6, San Juan 4, Naboa 3, Castor 0, Suarez 0, Pili 0, Bunyi 0.MAPUA 69 – Bunag 13, Estrella 12, Nieles 12, Magboo 12, Raflores 7, Gabo 4, Victoria 4, Orquina 3, Aguirre 2.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

Longtime Fort St. John Flyers member passes away

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – A longtime member of the Fort St. John Flyers hockey team has passed away.Rod Fonteyne sadly passed away on Wednesday after a battle with cancer. He was 84.Flyers President Paul Van Nostrand says that Fonteyne was involved with the Senior Flyers not long after he moved to the Energetic City in the early 1960s. As a player/coach, Fonteyne lead the Flyers to their first ever championship. After playing with the Flyers for a number of years, Fonteyne later worked as the arena manager here in Fort St. John. He also served on the Flyers Executive until his passing yesterday.- Advertisement -Van Nostrand says that after speaking with his wife Larra, there will be a private family service for Rod in his hometown of Wetaskiwin. He added that the Flyers are also going to be honouring Fonteyne sometime in the near future, though no official plans have been made as of yet.last_img read more

BREAKING NEWS – EnCana to offer up to $500,000

first_imgAt a press conference in Vancouver this morning EnCana announced they will offer a reward of up to $500,000.EnCana is offering a cash reward of up to $500,000 for information directly leading to the arrest and prosecution in the recent bombings of its facilities near Tomslake, BC.EnCana official Mike Graham says the company takes the bombings very seriously and the safety of workers and the people who live in Dawson Creek and Tomslake is of paramount importance.- Advertisement –last_img

Long Island Medium coming to Dawson Creek

first_imgDAWSON CREEK, B.C. – Theresa Caputo, from TLC’s hit show, Long Island Medium, will be appearing live at the Encana Events Centre on Friday, June 3rd at 7:30pm. Theresa will share personal stories about her life and explain how her gift works. She will deliver healing messages to audience members and give people comfort knowing that their loved ones who passed are still with them, just in a different way.Tickets go on-sale Friday, March 11th at 10am and can be purchased at tigerboxofficeplus.ca, 877.339.8499, or Tiger Box Office Plus. Tickets start at $39.75 (plus applicable service charges) and are subject to change. Purchasing a ticket does not guarantee a reading. “The Experience” brings Theresa face-to-face with her fans, as she lets spirit guide her through the audience. A video display ensures everyone in the venue has an up-close-hands-on experience regardless of seat location. “The experience isn’t about believing in mediums. It’s about witnessing something life-changing” says Theresa Caputo. “It’s like Long Island Medium live, witnessing first-hand spirit communication.”- Advertisement -The highly-rated show Long Island Medium (the season finale for season six takes place March 27th, 2016) follows Theresa’s life as a typical Long Island wife and mom with one very big difference…she can communicate with the dead. Since she cannot “turn off” this gift, messages from departed loved ones can come through at any time, which lead to spontaneous readings with those she encounters.Theresa has appeared on such programs as “Jay Leno,” “Jimmy Fallon,” “Steve Harvey,” “Life with Kelly and Michael,” “Dr. Oz,” & “The Today Show.” Theresa’s second book titled “You Can’t Make This Stuff Up” was released in September 2014 and debuted at #9 on the NY Times Best Seller List. Her first book titled “There’s More to Life Than This” debuted in the fall of 2013.Theresa has been a practicing medium for over 15 years. She helps individuals find closure by delivering healing messages. For Theresa, this is not just her job… this is her life. Learn more about Theresa at theresacaputo.com.Advertisementlast_img read more

Video: Arsenal to sign the world’s most versatile player?

first_imgArsenal boss Arsene Wenger is seeking reinforcements this January as he looks to get his side back into the top.Gabriel Paulista has already all-but joined the Gunners and now, it is being reported by the Daily Star, they could turn their attentions to Borussia Dortmund man Kevin Grosskreutz.The 26-year-old has spent the last five and a half seasons at the Westfalenstadion and during that time has occupied every position on the pitch at one time or another – including a spell in goal after a Roman Weidenfeller red card!And, given Arsenal’s injury problems, Wenger will be keen to have someone with Grosskreutz’s adaptability in his squad.A £3.7million bid has reportedly been lodged with the Bundesliga side and you can see his amazing versatility above.But if you’d prefer to see the player’s best goals, check out the clip below…last_img read more

DONEGAL SUICIDE SUPPORT GROUP TO CLIMB ERRIGAL ON NEW YEAR’S DAY

first_imgTHE Donegal Branch of the Living Links suicide support group will host a charity New Year’s Day climb of Errigal.ErrigalThe charity, whose patron is GAA pundit Martin McHugh, provides a listening/support service is free of charge to anyone in the community who have in any way been affected by suicide.Registration is open from 10 am, and climbing will be starting from the car park at 11 am. Good footwear and warm, waterproof clothing are essential. DONEGAL SUICIDE SUPPORT GROUP TO CLIMB ERRIGAL ON NEW YEAR’S DAY was last modified: December 24th, 2014 by StephenShare 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:climbdonegalErrigalliving linksSUICIDE SUPPORTlast_img read more

Film about River Foyle to have UK premiere in London tonight

first_imgTides, the film about the River Foyle in Northern Ireland will have its UK Premiere in London tonight at the Royal Foundation St. Katherine Hall.The film is official selection at We The Peoples Film Festival in London. The festival is organized by United Nations Associations, Westminster Branch.Tides has just scooped its 4th award since its release, winning the Special Mention Award at the international festival of cinema “On The Road Film Festival” in Rome. The jury, who praised the film as “capable to investigate the theme of ” border” in an unconventional and very poetic way”, praised Tides for “Best protagonist: the river”: the voice of the River Foyle is Northern Irish former drama student at Magee College – Emma Taylor.TIDES, directed by multi award winning Italian Film Director Alessandro Negrini, is a dreamlike and visionary portrait of the River Foyle in Northern Ireland, where the story is narrated from the point of view of the river: the river becomes the protagonist, telling us us its autobiography.The film recently won the Special Mention Award for Best Film at Milan International Film Festival, Best Cinematography Award at Sole Luna Film Festival in Palermo and Best Film Soundtrack at Treviso Doc Festival, receiving so far four awards and six nominations since its release last June.Film about River Foyle to have UK premiere in London tonight was last modified: November 12th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:alessandro negriniDerryLondonriver foyletideslast_img read more

Redknapp gets new job on I’m a Celeb and reveals his Royal faux pas

first_imgHarry Redknapp is my fave “alright Harry” PRINCE Harry 😂 #ImACeleb— lornajG (@GLornaj) November 19, 2018 I could listen to Harry Redknapp talking about smashing his garden to pieces with a jet washer forever 😂 #ImACeleb— Dream Team (@dreamteamfc) November 19, 2018 As well as being talented at football – both as a player and a manager – Harry Redknapp is a remarkable storyteller.He has treated talkSPORT listeners to some fascinating tales from his days in the game and now he’s providing much entertainment for his fellow camp-mates on I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here. With stories like this, Harry’s already jungle royalty 👑  #ImACeleb@Redknapp @imacelebrity pic.twitter.com/zHzj3FAv6v— ITV (@ITV) November 19, 2018He recalled how he bumped into a young girl and got talking about horse racing. The girl explained her grandmother “loved” the sport.It was only after the conversation happened that Harry was told he was speaking to the Queen’s granddaughter, Princess Beatrice.His camp-mates couldn’t believe it when he revealed his double Royal faux pas’ and neither could these fans. Completely adore #HarryRedknapp and the fact he killed his wife’s flowers with the jet wash 😂@imacelebrity #youcouldntmakeitup— PrincessBelle 👸🏻🥀 (@PrincessHales83) November 19, 2018However, there was an even better story coming up when former Tottenham manager Harry recalled the time he bumped into Prince Harry.At first he didn’t recognise the Duke of Sussex and even wondered whether His Royal Highness was a former player of his!And Harry told his intrigued audience how, when Prince Harry acknowledged him, he just replied “alright mate” before continuing to read the newspaper in his hand.But this was not the only Royal Harry had failed to recognise. The first episode saw him recount the time he accidentally ran over his wife Sandra in October 2016. Thankfully, Sandra has since recovered from her injuries so the joke was well-received back home.And after having a cold shower at the crack of dawn on day two (Harry was the first celeb to use the iconic shower this series – what a sight), he told his camp-mates of the time he tried to water his wife’s flowers, with a jet-washer!Get the I’m A Celeb gossip every day with Jamie East’s brand new behind-the-scenes podcastHe said this gardening cock-up led to Sandra nicknaming him ‘Mr Pastry’ because he always makes silly mistakes. It went down well with the camp and these fans on Twitter! Harry Redknapp and his stories are quickly becoming my favourite thing, he needs his own book. #ImACeleb⁠ ⁠— Benny (@Beno_ldn) November 19, 2018 Swear if Harry Redknapp doesn’t win #ImACeleb it’ll be a travesty. Guys the gift that keeps on giving. Mating Prince Harry 😂— Laura-Catherine (@LC_Woods) November 19, 2018But the latest episode showed there was more to Harry than a few funny stories.He’s a great team player and is perhaps earning himself an I’m a Celebrity cult hero status.Harry has taken on the ‘dunny’ (that’s Australian for toilet) cleaning duties in his camp or as he put it “the s*** shoveler”. 1 Redknapp has even emerged as an early favourite to win the show Harry Redknapp has gone from managing in the Champions League…To being appointed “s**t shoveler” in the #ImACeleb jungle emptying toilets 😂 pic.twitter.com/8fVK3jOxoW— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) November 19, 2018He says he’s happy to do it every day as he claims not to have a sense of smell which has made him even more popular in the camp.The odds on Harry winning the show were slashed after his brilliant first day and they will surely shorten more after another magnificent display.Quite simply, ‘Arry can do no wrong so far and you can remain up to date with it all in the Jungle VIP podcast here. Only Harry Redknapp could get away with saying “alright mate” to Prince Harry 😂😂😂 #ImACeleb— Greggsy (@Cmacg_) November 19, 2018 Harry Redknapp is already brilliant 😂Keep up to date with ‘Arry on our new #ImACeleb podcast by @JamieEast 🐛Subscribe now to Jungle VIP: Acast: https://t.co/8KAOShF08iiTunes: https://t.co/8cnnzdPunc pic.twitter.com/Ra5LFrgRx8— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) November 18, 2018last_img read more

Uganda target decisive Malawi clash at ANC as power outage forces game abandonment

first_imgComments Monday fixtures-Malawi v Uganda 2pm-Zimbabwe Vs Botswana, 4pm-Namibia Vs Zambia, 6pmThe Uganda Netball team in a group photograph. The team has already secured two victories in the Africa Netball Championship. Courtesy photo.By Pius MagalaWith two wins from the opening two fixtures at the Africa Netball Championship, hosts Uganda are in the driving seat at the six-team tournament. Despite the impressive start that includes the 69-31 and 72-29 wins over Namibia and Botswana, coach Vincent Kiwanuka believes the victories will be of little importance should the She Cranes fail to defeat Malawi on Monday.“They are our biggest threat without doubt,” Kiwanuka said after Sunday’s victory over Namibia.“We just need to avoid complacency. I saw a bit of that today and if we play again like that, we could be punished,” Kiwanuka added.The She Cranes improved in the latter stages of their game against Namibia after a slow start which they led 15-11 before going into the fourth quarter with a 56-24 goal lead.Loughborough Lightning shooter Peace Proscovia and goal attacker Rachael Nayongo scored 42 and 17 goals respectively before being replaced at the end of the third quarter.A She Cranes player in action during one of the games. Courtesy photo.The Malawi Queens, sixth in the world, are the highest ranked team at the tournament with Uganda 13th.The hosts, however, prevailed past their more established opponents defeating them 67-34 and 52-39 in two warm up games.Malawi will rely on Manchester Thunder shooter Joyce Mvuls who joined the team on Friday and helped defeat Zimbabwe 55-45 in their opening game on Sunday.Power outageThe host country, however, suffered some embarrassment when a power failure at the Lugogo MTN Arena forced the abandonment of the late evening game betweenBotswana and Zambia.The latter led 33-31 towards the end of the third quarter with the remainder of the game set to be played first.last_img read more

Teaching children to love themselves

first_imgMany of the children come from disadvantaged backgrounds so Lovy encourages them to develop their self-love and to use this strength in their environment. Work with the mirror, using exercises from the Lovy book, promotes self-awareness and can help a child to deal with a negative self-image. Lovy is aimed at all children aged five to ten years.(Images: Lovy – Loves You)MEDIA CONTACTS • Dee Boehner Kidz2Kidz Trust+27 83 460 4449RELATED ARTICLES• Giving children a sense of pride• The right to dignity• Let’s learn and honour Children’s Act• Pupils get a lesson on dignity• Putting children’s rights firstCadine PillayAccording to life coach Annett Burmester, without knowing it, we often live what is expected of us and not what we truly want. We focus too much on others when it is important to understand our needs, fears and feelings, to recognise our beliefs and behaviour patterns.“What about your attitude towards yourself and your life?” This is the message Burmester wishes to convey to children with backgrounds that often demoralise them.Giving children a chanceOriginally from Germany, Burmester met Dee Boehner, founder of the Cape Town-based Kidz2Kidz Trust, in February 2010 while volunteering with the Santa Shoebox Project in the city.“I fell in love with Cape Town and the city gave me so much which I felt compelled to give back,” Burmester says.As a life coach, the main focus of Burmester’s work is teaching self-love, which is the most important inner strength for more happiness in life. She is also an illustrator, designer and author working on a book about self-love – a perfect mix to create a new project for the children in need.Boehner then proposed the creation of a short book to illustrate the idea of self-love. So Burmester wrote a story book with the character called Lovy, designed the Lovy toy and came up with the name which derives from “Loves You”.Born in South Africa, Lovy is the character portrayed as the hero in the books, and the figure is aimed at all children aged five to ten years to show them how loveable they are.The Lovy books contain a moral lesson, which will help the kids to become more aware of themselves.“It is a good way to allow them to start realising ‘that’s me’ and ‘I am important’,” Burmester says.The story has been written in three languages English, Afrikaans, Sesotho and isiXhosa. More Lovy books in different languages will be available in the future.In 2011 Lovy was run as a pilot project in the Western Cape and in 2012 launched successfully in Gauteng. The intention is to expand the Lovy project around the country.Burmester also holds follow-up sessions, where social workers sit in, with any child who needs additional coaching.Increasing self-esteem Burmester went on to develop Lovy as a special coaching project for children living in children’s homes and orphanages to help them to build their self-esteem and realise their potential. The project carries out group workshops using the Lovy Kit which comprises a Lovy book, a mirror and the cuddly toy called Lovy.“The Lovy toy is important because children need something to cuddle,” Burmester adds. “Having Lovy will give them a feeling of security and warmth. Lovy is like a friend who is always with them and listening to their feelings. They often own nothing, not even a toy.”The Lovy toys are made by seamstresses in the townships which provide opportunities for employment and empowerment.During the workshops Lovy shows children that they are loveable, unique and special. Work with the mirror, using exercises from the Lovy book, promotes self-awareness and can help a child to deal with a negative self-image.“Mirrors are often absent in children’s homes and orphanages. We use the mirror so that the children can say ‘I love me’ – using their very own name, looking into the mirror,” explains Burmester.“Nobody can take away their pain, but they will learn to love themselves and thus gain more and more self-confidence every day.”The mirrors are made from recycled materials by the children as part of the Art2Kidz Project to involve them creatively in the Lovy intiative.The right to be loved and respected“We all have the right to be loved and respected,” says Burmester. “We need to give these children a chance for a better and peaceful world. They are our future too.”Many of the children come from disadvantaged backgrounds so Lovy encourages them to develop their self-love and to use this strength in their environment.“These children have experienced more violence than luck or love in their young lives,” she says. “We show them how they can develop their love of self and use this strength in their environment.”Lovy is orange which is the colour for children as it symbolises joy and confidence. In colour therapy, the colour orange is used to help overcome psychological and mental exhaustion.“Its purpose is to bring more love and happiness into their lives as they are abandoned, afraid, unloved and hurt,” says Burmester. “They will learn to believe in themselves and live again. It will also teach them that we all have a great deal of love in ourselves and that there is nothing wrong with being an orphan.“It touches me again and again when I see how these children soak up Lovy’s message and how they integrate this into their lives.”The Lovy days coincide with 14 February, Valentine’s Day. They are celebrated in children’s homes and orphanages with workshops that share the message: “You are loveable, unique and special”.last_img read more