NSL match commissioner Simon Kama said from the 13 franchise clubs that have shown their expression of interest, only ten teams will be selected.The ten franchises that will be granted approval must meet all the criteria set by the NSL board.Criteria include that the franchise clubs must be incorporated as a company and be registered with IPA and there is to be no conflict of ownership.Clubs must either have their home ground or demonstrate their ability to have their own ground within three years.They must also be able to adequately demonstrate their ability to meet all financial commitments during the season.Upon approval, the franchises must pay the annual affiliation fee of K60 000 which is payable before 30 October.The announcement of playing venues is also expected to be announced during this time.
English Premier League StandingsSTANDINGSPOS LP CLUB P W D L GF GA GD PTS1 (1) Leicester City 23 13 8 2 42 26 16 472 (2) Manchester City 23 13 5 5 45 23 22 443 (3) Arsenal 23 13 5 5 37 22 15 444 (4) Tottenham Hotspur 23 11 9 3 41 19 22 425 (5) Manchester United 23 10 7 6 28 21 7 376 (6) West Ham United 23 9 9 5 36 28 8 367 (7) Liverpool 23 9 7 7 30 32 -2 348 (8) Southampton 23 9 6 8 32 24 8 339 (9) Stoke City 23 9 6 8 24 25 -1 3310 (10) Watford 23 9 5 9 27 26 1 3211 (11) Crystal Palace 23 9 4 10 24 27 -3 3112 (12) Everton 23 6 11 6 40 34 6 2913 (14) Chelsea 23 7 7 9 32 34 -2 2814 (13) West Bromwich Albion 23 7 7 9 22 30 -8 2815 (17) Swansea City 23 6 7 10 22 31 -9 2516 (15) Bournemouth 23 6 7 10 27 38 -11 2517 (16) Norwich City 23 6 5 12 28 43 -15 2318 (18) Newcastle United 23 5 6 12 25 41 -16 2119 (19) Sunderland 23 5 4 14 28 46 -18 1920 (20) Aston Villa 23 2 7 14 18 38 -20 13
Belgium-based Jamaican winger Leon Bailey is expected to undergo a medical on Friday ahead of a move to German club Bayer Leverkusen. According to reports today the 19-year-old Bailey has agreed personal terms with the Bundesliga club. However, Bayer Leverkusen are yet to finalise a final fee with Genk for the player. Bayer Leverkusen could pay in excess of £10 million up front for Bailey.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs says it will today, May 29, begin the transfer of its archives to the Center for National Documents and Records Agency (CNDRA) in Monrovia. According to a Foreign Ministry release, the decision was taken consistent with an Act passed by the National Legislature in 1977, which gives the CNDRA the responsibility to manage all archives within the Republic of Liberia.Meeting at the Foreign Ministry on Tuesday, May 26, officials of the Foreign Ministry and CNDRA including Minister Augustine Ngafuan, the Co-Chairperson of the Land Commission, Hon. Walter Y. Wisner and CNDRA Director General, P. Bloh Sayeh, agreed to effect the transfer of the archival records to satisfy the requirement of the law. Speaking during the meeting, Minister Ngafuan expressed joy over the exercise terming it as a history making event and noting that the last time documents were transferred from the Foreign Ministry archives was in 1977. He said he was pleased to see this happen again especially where the CNDRA has acquired modern and technical capacity to preserve Liberia’s historic records. For her part, Director Sayeh praised the Foreign Ministry for its decision to satisfy the requirement of the law. She assured that records from the Foreign Ministry will be preserved.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – B.C. Hockey’s peewee tier two provincials are being held in Fort St. John with the tournament officially beginning yesterday. The Fort St. John Ross H. MacLean Flyers were on the ice in the final game of the day, and while they put in a solid effort against what’s expected to be one of the top teams of the event, they lost to Greater Vernon 10-2.Vernon held a 3-0 lead after the opening frame but the Flyers had a strong start to the second period. They scored twice in the first five minutes to close to within one. Towards the end of the second Vernon was able to get the goals back to lead 5-2 after 40 minutes.Despite Vernon putting up a five spot in the third period, the frame was relatively balanced. They scored their five goals in a 3:17 span towards the end of the contest.- Advertisement -Scoring for the Flyers were James Kitney, and Tavish Parkhurst.The team is back at it for their second game of the event at 3:45 this afternoon when they’ll take on North Delta.
The Fort St. John RCMP detachment is looking for suspects that caused damage to local vehicles. On April 4th, officers responded to a complaint of mischief at an apartment building in the 8500 block of 89th Avenue. – Advertisement -Police discovered that a number of vehicles had been vandalized at some point overnight. The vehicles had scratches etched into their paint, and various mirrors and other parts were broken. The suspects entered one vehicle and removed some welding rods, which police believe were the tools that caused most of the damage.The Mounties are now looking for the public’s assistance in determining who is responsible for this damage. Anyone with information relating to this crime or any other crime is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.Advertisement By Energeticcity.ca staff
Check out this insane goal from University of Maine at Farmington’s soccer star Luke Sterling.Long throw-in king Rory Delap himself will be proud of this effort, the youngster looping the ball into the area and into the back of the net with a brilliant front flip throw.Normally disallowed, the freshman was fortunate to have a helping hand from a butterfingers goalkeeper, whose touch to send it in meant the goal stood.Check out the stunning footage above!
Cockhill – their match goes aheadDONEGAL LEAGUE CUP NOTICE:Letterkenny Rovers v Finn Harps Res.Swilly Rovers v Drumkeen Utd. and Fanad Utd. v Derry City Res.Have ALL been POSTPONED due to the weather.The game between Cockhill Celtic and Bonagee Utd. goes ahead at 2pm in Cockhill. THREE GAMES CALLED OFF IN DONEGAL LEAGUE CUP was last modified: February 23rd, 2014 by John2Share 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)
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Since with the current Legislature that seems as likely as Los Angeles suddenly getting rid of smog and gridlock at the same time, it’s going to take public pressure on lawmakers to keep spending under control. It already appears that the once red-hot housing market is cooling down as interest rates rise. Locally, homes were selling slower this month than in the same time period in the past five years. As the dot-com implosion taught us a few years ago, the good times can end at any moment. This means the state’s lawmakers – the governor and the Legislature – must not grow complacent. The hard work is ahead of us, not behind. The state needs some sort of spending controls, which were proposed in Proposition 76, but which voters rejected. That measure failed more in part due to a bigger fight between Schwarzenegger and the teachers union. But without some comprehensive plan – to steal a line from Schwarzenegger himself – to live within our means, the state is doomed to an endless cycle of boom and bust. There’s been a lot of bad news for Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger lately, so he must be overjoyed to find out something is going right: The state won’t start next year with a deficit – as it has for the past four years. Indeed, Legislative Analyst Elizabeth Hill’s projections for the state through 2011 are markedly improved over past years. She notes that a jump in state revenues from taxes, coupled with ongoing budget cuts, has put the state back on the path of fiscal health. The Governor’s Office is taking credit for the good news, saying that Schwarzenegger’s promise to put California on a workout paid off. No doubt Schwarzenegger’s efforts were a big factor. But the state’s revenues were already picking up on their own, thanks to the strong housing market and the boom in home equity that allowed people to cash in and spend more. While this prediction is a relief after years of multibillion-dollar deficits and critical services being cut, it’s surely not a time to stop being frugal. As Hill pointed out, the structural deficit built into the state’s financial system still hasn’t been solved, and it won’t unless lawmakers take action to cut spending even deeper. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
A London doctor who issued an online plea to find his estranged Donegal father’s family has tracked them down in less than 24 hours.Ben Stevens, a paediatrician in Hertfordshire, was left at a London hospital by his mother as a baby and later adopted when he was five by a loving family.The 35-year-old began searching for his birth parents around six years ago. However, he was heartbroken to discover that his father, Gerry Monaghan, from Co Donegal, had died tragically in a suspected hit-and-run just one year earlier.On Monday he issued an appeal on Independent.ie for help locating Gerry’s Irish family. His father, who struggled with alcohol addiction throughout his life, lost touch with his Irish roots.He said: “I would like to meet my relatives and to say ‘Hi’. I would like them to see that I turned out pretty okay I am a paediatrician and I have a very happy life.”And it wasn’t long before his call was answered. Less than 24 hours later, Geraldine Monaghan who is originally from Ballyshannon but living in the Midlands, contacted this website to say she believed she was Ben’s aunt. Ms Monaghan said: “It was such a huge shock seeing Gerard’s face again as we did not know where he had gone. I had no idea he had passed.“This is such a huge shock for us. it is bittersweet to learn of Gerard’s death and then to learn that I had a nephew that I wasn’t aware of.”Ms Monaghan (57) went on to explain that she has a brother Bernard (58) and a sister Martina (51). Furthermore she revealed that their mother, Ben’s grandmother, is still alive and “sharp as a razor”.Ben contacted Geraldine and today he revealed that they had already spoken at length over the phone and sent multiple whatsapp messages.“I have spoken to my two aunts Geraldine and Martina. I’m very happy talking to everybody. I think they were very much in shock. “I think they were very happy that I turned out okay and they were excited that I actually existed.”Dr Stevens said they have already made arrangements to meet up. Coincidentally Martina Monaghan is travelling to near where he lives in two weeks time.And in the next few months he is hoping to travel over to Ireland with his father’s ashes at last.“I haven’t had a chance to think about my first cousins yet. I would especially like to go over and meet my grandmother. “I will try get over in the next few months. They seem like very nice people.”“I am fascinated to know more about my birth father. I would like to know about where he grew up and my family.”Doctor’s delight after tracking down late dad’s Donegal family was last modified: August 12th, 2017 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:BallyshannonBen StevensdonegalGerry Monaghansearch