Watford captain, Troy Deeney has outlined the recipe which Nigerian striker, Isaac Success must employ if he is to attain admirable heights in English football.Success has impressed with his pace, power and end-product since his €15 million switch from Spanish club, Granada.He netted his only Premier League goal till date in spectacular fashion against AFC Bournemouth earlier this month but Deeney believes there is still more in the locker room of the Super Eagles man. “Everyone forgets he’s just a young man. He’s built like a big man but he’s definitely a young man.“He’s got a lot to learn, a lot to offer,” he told www.wdsport.co.uk.Success recently spoke highly of Deeney and compatriot, Ighalo, explaining that he learns a lot from the accomplished duo.Denney corroborated his young teammate’s submission and predicts a big future for him.“As the captain, you just try and guide him. We see the talent he possesses and the pace, we’ve just got to put the ball in the right areas for him and he can cause havoc.“I’m happy for him and now it’s his job to keep in the team. It’s the hardest thing to do: to stay in the team,” he said.It is not only teammates who have been left impressed by Success’ qualities as former Premier League stars now working as pundits have also taken the time to salute his qualities.Matt Le Tissier and Jamie Redknapp both believe Success can go on to achieve big things in the English game if he keeps his feet firmly on the ground.“Each time you see him you go, ‘Oh, hang on a minute. This boy has got something,’” said Matt Le Tissier on Sky Sports.“He looks sharp and deserves his start (against Middlesborough on October 16) as Ighalo has been struggling for quite some time now,” Le Tissier said.Pundits rarely appraise Watford without talking about Deeney and Ighalo.They now have another centre-forward to throw into the mix.“Deeney will enjoy having someone like Success running off him.“He’s got real pace; he’s an exciting talent. He can travel with the ball and gets you up the pitch.“They were so reliant on Deeney and Ighalo last year – this guy gives them a different option. You can hit teams on the counter with him in the side,” Redknapp said.Success started his first league game for Watford on Sunday and was rewarded with the man-of-the-match award for his troubles.His performance was however by no means perfect according to the Watford manager, Walter Mazzarri.“He did much better in the other games when he came on from the bench.“It’s not easy to start a game. It’s completely different but if he gets his full condition then he also needs to learn some things and he will be a great player,” Mazzarri said.The 20-year-old Nigerian forward had one attempt on target, won 60 per cent of his 15 duels, attempted four dribbles and gained possession for his side six times in the 1-0 win against Boro at the Riverside.He was therefore understandably delighted with his display at the Riverside Stadium, especially at the chance to make his first start in the colours of the Hornets.“I’m happy to get my first 90 minutes with the team, we won the game so it’s a good start for me,” said Success.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Barring any last minute hitches Chelsea’s meeting with Crystal Palace presents the perfect opportunity for Black Stars Defender Baba Rahman to make his EPL debut, but if he does not how revealing will that be?Chelsea are without trusted Centre Back John Terry (red card), and first choice Keeper Thibaut Coutois leaving Mourinho with fewer options than to leave Rahman out of his first 11.If Mourinho turns up without Rahman it will mean a make shift defence that accommodates Kurt Zouma at centre back, right full back or left full back.The easiest way out is to have Rahman walk to left back with Ivanovic and Cahill at centre back and Azpilicueta at his usual right back.But if this doesn’t happen, then what could Mourinho be thinking?That was explored on this week’s edition of touchline and oh there’s a Big Surprise !!! Click to see Joy FM’s Drive time host-Lexis Bill working out in his X-GYM while sharing his football views on the new( E-Chat) Segment.
Gardai are investigating a break-in to a house in St Johnston yesterday morning.The culprits broke into the house at Railway Road while elderly owner of the house, understood to be in her 80s, was at church.The burglary happened between 11am and midday. One theory being investigated by Gardai is that the raiders are watching the routines of older people.They are understood to be specifically targeting people who are attending local churches and leaving their homes unattended.The latest raid has caused outrage on social media.House broken into while elderly woman at church was last modified: September 10th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare 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:churchdonegalGardairobberySt Johnston
Babbling Babies a multi-lingual nursery rhyme and action songbook was launched in the Twin Towns Library, Stranorlar on Friday last.This collection of traditional nursery rhymes has been developed by Lifestart Services, with the support of Donegal Library Service, the County Childcare Committee and HSE Health Promotion and Improvement Service.An enthusiastic audience of adults and young children attended the launch which was held during Wainfest the Library Service’s annual Arts & Book Festival in October promoting love of books and reading in children. Early Years practitioners, teachers and Language Therapists have expressed concern about young children’s lack of fluency in their speech and reduced vocabulary.Child development experts have noted the fact that very many young children can no longer recite traditional nursery rhymes.Yet the research tells us that if children know eight nursery rhymes by heart by the time they are four years old, they are usually among the best readers in their class at age eight.The aim of the booklet is to stimulate language development and promote the importance of reading to children. Rhymes and songs in English, Irish, Polish, Romanian, Hindi and Kiswahili (Kenya) are included. This is the second edition of the booklet and Arabic and Chinese rhymes been added.Speaking at the launch Mary Walker Callaghan, Manager Lifestart Services, highlighted the benefits for children when parents read to them.These include developing their understanding of how language works, strengthening the relationship between the parent and child and developing a love of books.Maureen Kerr, Donegal Library Services said: “I am delighted to launch this second edition of Babbling Babies. The first book proved so popular that had it not been given free, it would have topped the bestseller list for several months following publication.“The book is important for many reasons. It helps children develop language skills. When parents read to and teach rhymes to their children it enhances the bond between the child and parent. The book in sharing nursery rhymes from around the world and honouring other languages helps promote inclusion.“I thank all the Council’s partner organisations for their hard work on bringing this lovely booklet to completion. I know it will be enjoyed by families throughout Donegal in the weeks and months to come.”Babbling Babies is part of a series of actions designed to improve children’s educational outcomes. The Library, Lifestart, County Childcare Committee and Health Promotion partnership is a Working Group of the Donegal Children & Young People’s Services Committee (CYPSC).To date, they have introduced the Bookworm Babies library card for children 0 -3 years. This year the Word Monsters library card has been introduced for children 4 – 6 years. The Lifelong Readers workshops have been rolled out for Early Years Practitioners and Parent & Toddler groups. Future plans include Ag Léamh le Chéile workshops in primary schools and the introduction of the Ready Readers library card.Our communities in Donegal are very fortunate to have a high-quality library service with a staff of committed librarians who are always ready to welcome parents and children, teachers and classes to the libraries.In addition to Wainfest, activities for children are held regularly throughout the year – and best of all the library service is free!So do go along to your local library and pick up a copy of Babbling Babies for your favourite small people. Check out the books for big people too!There is a book there for everyone -from the latest books on the best-seller lists to the Healthy Ireland section where you will find advice and guidance on themes including Eat Well / Think Well / Be Well.As Albert Einstein said – “The only thing that you have to absolutely know is the location of the library.”Donegal parent group launch first nursery rhyme book in Stranorlar – Pic Special was last modified: October 16th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare 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)
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Knowing where to look for the solutions to your artistic, technical and creative career problems is half the battle to finding the solution you need. These forums may have the answer.If you’re anything like me, your immediate solution to almost any problem in life is just to ‘Google it’. This is pretty much what I do when I’m at work and have gotten stumped by all the normal fixes. Someone, somewhere has hopefully had the same problem I’m facing and has been thoughtful enough to write about it on the internet. But then you still have to find their post amongst the millions of search results.Checking through these creative forums however, stocked full of the best professional advice money can’t buy, should save you some time. They each have an active professional user base that is willing to share their video production and post production knowledge. Some of these forums require you to sign up to post, but all are free. Be sure to bookmark these links!Everything Creative – Creative CowThe first stop on any forum search has to be Creative Cow’s epic forum which has been going for over 13 years and hosts an eclectic range of topics from After Effects to Zaxwerks. Check it out here: forums.creativecow.net. Creative Cow is great for troubleshooting Adobe, Apple and Avid video editing products, but as you can see there’s something here for every video professional:Color Grading and DITThese two are the most recent forums to hit the web in this roundup and mark a definite shift towards the accessibility of high end color grading tools for the masses, as well as the necessity of DIT’s for wrangling all this file based data.Lift Gamma Gain is a forum dedicated to all things color grading from basic techniques, to business approaches and detailed software specific queries. Right now there are some interesting discussions about: What to do during slow times, How to go about creating specific looks, How to calibrate a Eizo ColorEdge monitor and what the mathematically correct way to create a 3-strip look might be, to name but a few.Over on the DIT side of things DIT User is a brand new forum (currently in Open Beta) that will undoubtably gather momentum in the coming months. It has been set up by New York based DIT and colorist Samuel Gursky and while there’s only a small number of posts on the site at the moment, if you’re a working DIT anywhere on the planet, this burgeoning community will surely benefit from your shared expertise. If you sign up now you can join in some detailed discussions on things like how best to provide on set color correction services, for example.DoP’s and Their CamerasIf you’re a working or aspiring cameraman then you need to sign up to Roger Deakin’s forum. Scrolling through the responses from other community members its always interesting to see what someone who has been nominated for 10 Oscars thinks about things. In a recent discussion about how to film a dinner scene someone who describes themselves as: “having ‘no experience as a cinematographer (and can’t afford a ‘real’ one)” gets this free sage advice from Roger himself.You could buy a couple of single tube fixtures from ‘Home Depot’ to use as light sources for your close shots. The existing light might be a little harsh on the eyes. Buy some tracing paper to soften the light and make sure you buy the same fluorescent tubes that exist on your location so that you don’t have any colour matching problem. My gaffer carries a few Kinos but he will also buy regular tube fixtures from the hardware store so that there won’t be a colour shift between what we add and what exists on a location. Kinos won’t match the tubes that exist at your location unless you add gel to the Kino or change all the tubes on the location.Where else can you get that kind of access and willingness to share with absolute beginners? Pretty incredible.For those working with RED camera’s then RED User is the place to visit. There’s a hugely active and helpful community (over 14,000 people online as I write this) to take you through everything from building your first camera to coming to grips with RED CineX Pro or where to download the lastest firmware updates and a whole lot more.Blackmagic Design has its own official forum covering their entire product range from Live Production, Cinematography and Post Production. The forum is still quite young but catching up fast as more and more people download Resolve Lite or pick up a BMDCC.With Blackmagic Design’s new Pocket Cinema Camera announced at NAB I’m sure the 8000+ membership will quickly expand. As someone who is learning Resolve the forum always has plenty of quality information.There are so many great forums online. If you feel something major has been missed then hit the comment section below and help share that community with the rest of us!
Slow and steady hope for near-extinct Bangladesh tortoises View comments Luckily for them, their championship pedigree shone through as they held fort in the fifth set.“We kept telling each other that this game is ours, if we want to win we should really have that desire to come out on top,” said Regine Arocha in Filipino Friday at Filoil Flying V Centre. “No one let go of this game, we played with all our heart, and we trusted each other. Arellano University’s history this NCAA Season 93 with San Beda isn’t that memorable at all.ADVERTISEMENT Read Next Kia simply ‘gave up’ against Blackwater, says Dandan The Lady Chiefs came out firing at the start of the match and won the first two sets but the Lady Red Spikers managed to fight back in the ensuing sets to force a decider.And after a 6-6 stalemate at the start of the fifth, Arellano ran amuck and went on a 9-0 run to take the match, 25-15, 25-16, 15-25, 22-25, 15-6.“We relaxed, and that’s why San Beda was able to catch up,” said Arocha who had 14 points. “For the next game, we just have to be confident and we shouldn’t relax.”Arellano now leads 1-0 in the best-of-three series and a win on Monday will give the Lady Chiefs their second straight title.ADVERTISEMENT Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games PLAY LIST 00:59Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games00:50Trending Articles01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City Globe Business launches leading cloud-enabled and hardware-agnostic conferencing platform in PH NEXT BLOCK ASIA 2.0 introduces GURUS AWARDS to recognize and reward industry influencers Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. AFP official booed out of forum MOST READ LATEST STORIES 2 ‘newbie’ drug pushers fall in Lucena sting John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Prior to meeting in the finals, the two teams played just three sets in the elimination round with the Lady Chiefs winning convincingly.So when the Lady Red Spikers pushed the defending champions to five sets in the first game of the championship round, the Lady Chiefs were put in an unfamiliar predicament.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH
Pass over those winter blues for some sunshine yellow. Spice picks out the most sumptuous swimwear to smoke up the water this season.Shimmer when the ray of sun hits you in Fendi’s white monokini with silver-tone bead detailing.Embrace Grecian chic in La Perla’s violet asymmetrical one-shouldered bikini with a braided shoulder strap and all-over ruching. Simmer up for that spring fling.Be a bodacious beach bombshell in this eye-catching aqua ruched monokini from Aqua di Lara.Reign as princess of the seas in this sumptuous two piece swimsuit from Acqu di Lara’s Liquid collection to reveal your curves and hide that flab, strategically.This dangerously cut monokini from Emporio Armani is the only thing you need to take to Barbados. Along with your boyfriend, of course. But then if you wear this on the beach, chances are you’ll soon be sporting new ones.Heading for a soul vacation? Take this one-shoulder zebra-print swimsuit that has ruching through the front and back from Diane von Furstenberg’s Anisa collection.Sanchita Ajjampur’s two piece set in bright pink and lemon yellow from her Fables collection-an anthology of tales from ancient Indian, French, Hellenistic and Graeco-Roman heritage, which unfolds on a modern tapestry- is pure pop. Perfect for the le plage.
Touch Football Australia (TFA) has recently reviewed and updated the TFA Member Protection Policy, in line with Australian Sports Commission standards. It is a requirement by TFA that all state, regional and affiliate entities formally adopt the TFA Member Protection Policy – 2015 version of this policy, under the TFA constitution. This policy will take effect from 1 January 2015 and will be made available via the TFA website.TFA has a legal obligation in relation to harassment, discrimination and child protection. Furthermore we also have moral obligations to establish appropriate standards of behaviour and to provide safe and respectful sporting environments. As member entities of TFA we require you also to implement and regularly update policies and procedures that assist sports to comply with the law and improve the sporting environment.For more information, please click on the attached memo and policy below. Related Filesmemorandum_-_member_protection_policy_2015_update-pdfmember_protection_policy_2015-pdfRelated LinksMember Protection Policy
Finance and Planning Minister, Dr. the Hon. Peter Phillips, says the task to successfully complete the obligations under the International Monetary Fund (IMF) programme is a national undertaking, which will require “all hands on deck”.“If we are to create this new environment, it is not a task that can be accomplished simply by Government operating on its own. It is a challenge that must be embraced by all the other stakeholders in the national community,” he stated.The Minister was addressing public and private sector stakeholders at the opening of the Caribbean Growth Forum (CGF) on Thursday, May 2, at the University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona.He noted that advancing the economic reforms and meeting the obligations under the IMF will require significant public/private sector partnership. “Our response to the implementation challenges has been to incorporate other stakeholders to work alongside the Government, as partners in overseeing the implementation of the programme,” he stated.The Minister pointed to the establishment of the Economic Programme Oversight Committee as part of this public/private sector collaboration.He said the committee, which is co-chaired byPresident and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Sagicor Life, Richard Byles,is expected to monitor the compliance and progress of the ministries, departments and agencies with regard to the implementation of the IMF agreement.The other members are: Co-chair, Bank of Jamaica (BoJ) Governor, Brian Wynter; Financial Secretary, Devon Rowe; Head of the Coordinating and Implementation Unit in the Ministry of Finance, Dr. Carol Nelson, who is serving in an interim capacity; Director of Jamaica Money Market Brokers (JMMB), Keith Duncan; President and Chief Executive Officer of Scotia Group Jamaica, Bruce Bowen; Managing Director of the National Commercial Bank (NCB), Patrick Hylton; President of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ), Chris Zacca; Vice President of the Jamaica Confederation of Trade Union (JCTU), Helene Davis-Whyte; Economist, Ralston Hyman; and President of the Jamaica Agricultural Society (JAS), Senator Norman Grant.Dr. Phillips said it is significant that the CGF, which is being held a day after the approval of the IMF deal, involves multiple stakeholders, pointing out that this level of collaboration is necessary for the country to move forward.The CGF, which is a joint initiative of the Compete Caribbean Programme, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the World Bank and the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), aims to facilitate public/private sector dialogue on issues central to national and regional growth and development around three thematic areas: Investment Climate; Logistics and Connectivity; and Skills and Productivity.The initiative is also supported by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), United Kingdom’s Department for International Development (DFID), the CARICOM Secretariat, and UWI.Other speakers at the forum included: Vice Chancellor, UWI, Professor Nigel Harris; Vice-President, Operations, CDB, Dr. Carla Barnett; Director for the Caribbean, World Bank, Francoise Clottes; Country Representative, IDB and Compete Caribbean, Therese Turner-Jones; President, PSOJ, Chris Zacca; and General Manager, Caribbean Country Department, IDB, Gerard Johnson.By Athaliah Reynolds-Baker, JIS Reporter