Ballyliffin Golf News: Sat 21st February 2015 Open1.Jeremy Foster (10) 37 pts. 2.Brendan Devlin (1) 37 pts.Gross: Oscar Mailey (6) 24 gr. Pts.1.Joe Sheridan (17) 36 pts.CSS: n/c Wed 18th February 2015 Wednesday Society Results1. John Gill 38pts2. John Moore 37pts3. Jack McFarland 36pts2’s: Neil McLaughlin (B), Jack McFarland Forthcoming fixtures.Fri 27 Feb 2015 Open any combination on The Old Links.Sat 28 Feb 2015 Open on Glashedy.Opens only €25 while dropping of the Fairways. Entries are now being taking for the Donegal Links Classic (25, 26 & 27 May 2015).Book your entry in the Great North Links Challenge (0749376119). 7, 8 & 9 October 2015).GOLF NEWS: JEREMY FOSTER IN SENSATIONAL FORM AT BALLYLIFFIN GOLF OPEN was last modified: February 23rd, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:BallyliffingolfNoticesSport
CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile deviceGLENDALE — The Raiders grabbed a morale booster in Arizona with a 23-21 walk-off win over the Cardinals on Sunday.Derek Carr drove the Raiders 63 yards downfield with under two minutes remaining and rookie Daniel Carlson kicked the game-winning 35-yard field goal as time expired.The Raiders no longer own the current top slot in the 2019 NFL Draft, but they’ll sleep just fine after win No. 2. Let’s hand out …
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Grand Champion Junior Wether Goat: Paige Pence, Clark Co.Reserve Champion Junior Wether Goat : Zach Johnson, Clinton Co.3. Megan Gibboney, Franklin Co.4. Cami Reveal, Clinton Co.5. Taylor Carr, Athens Co.Numbers continue to climb in the Junior Wether Goat Show with more than 300 entries this year. This is also the first year for an Outstanding Market Exhibitor competition for goats due to sufficient funds being raised at the Sale of Champions.Junior Wether Goat Show resultsHeavyweight Champion: Megan Gibboney, Franklin Co.Heavyweight Reserve Champion: Taylor Carr, Athens Co.Middleweight Champion: Paige Pence, Clark Co.Middleweight Reserve Champion: Taylor Carr, Athens Co.Lightweight Champion: Zach Johnson, Clinton Co.Lightweight Reserve Champion: Cami Reveal, Clinton Co. Junior Dairy Goat resultsAlpineChampion: Drew Buroker, Logan Co.Reserve Champion: Drew Buroker, Logan Co. LamanchaChampion: Alexandrea Stewart, Ross Co.Reserve Champion: Alexandrea Stewart, Ross Co. AOBChampion: Jacob Serio, KnoxReserve Champion: Olivia Serio, Knox Co. NubianChampion: Robert Spitler, Preble Co.Reserve Champion: Robert Spitler, Preble Co. Recorded GradeChampion: Tristan Cox, Hancock CountyReserve Champion: Lauren Davis, Clinton Co. SaanenChampion: Kolton Baer, Trumbull Co.Reserve Champion: Jenna Johnson, Delaware Co. ToggenburgChampion: Robert Spitler, Preble Co.Reserve Champion: Robert Spitler, Preble Co. Cami Reveal, Clinton County, won Class 3 with her lightweight wether. Class 4 Isaac Beal, Miami County, shows his lightweight wether. Class 4 Heather Cade, Delaware County, was the intermediate dairy goat showmanship winner. Here she is helping to show the Lamancha Breeder’s Choice Trio winners in the Open Show with McKinley Roll and Julie Lucas from Delaware County. Drew Buroker, 15, from Logan County, had the Alpine Champion and Reserve Champion in the Junior Dairy Goat Show. This AOB class in the Open show was won by Regina Bauscher with her Nigerian Dwarf in first and Ashley Siferd’s Oberhasli in second. Eli Hollingsworth, from Champaign County, works hard to get his goat positioned for the judge. Katie Egbert from Shelby County won her class in the middleweight division. Olivia McDade form Dark County was the Class 11 class winner. Paige Pence from Clark County had the Middleweight Champion. Taylor Carr from Athens County had the Middleweight Reserve Champion. Heavyweights Heavyweight Reserve Champion: Taylor Carr, Athens Co. Zach Johnson watches the judge.
The person that delivers your mail pulls up to your house. They find your mail, and they put it in your mailbox. Then they drive to the next house. They won’t return to your house with more mail for 24 hours.You want to know what they left in your mailbox. You rush out to the street and open the box, and you anxiously bring the mail inside. You hope there is a check in the mail. You hope there is something interesting or worthwhile. Instead, there are two bills and five pieces of junk mail, nothing worthwhile.Two minutes later, the mailperson backs up their truck. They forgot something. They open your mailbox and place an envelope inside. You rush out to see what treasure awaits you. Another bill. Nothing novel, but at least your curiosity has been served.The mail is delivered once a day. You only have to open the box and process your mail once a day. Most of what shows up isn’t worth your time or attention. A good deal of it is routine maintenance, things like bills and statements that, while important, aren’t anything that needs your attention now. Having learned this over time, you are not so enthusiastic about physical mail anymore.Right NowImagine another scenario. Imagine that your mail delivery person parks their truck right in front of your mailbox. About once every 10 minutes, the mail carrier opens your mailbox and inserts one new envelope. Over the course of an hour, you receive 6 new pieces of mail. Would you walk to the mailbox every ten minutes to retrieve your mail, knowing that there isn’t likely to be anything that needs your attention there? Or would you wait a couple of hours while you do you work before you go and pick up your mail.This second scenario is exactly how email works. When you leave your inbox or web browser open, you are inviting interruptions. You are allowing yourself to be distracted, knowing that most of what comes into your inbox doesn’t require your attention, and knowing that your most important work isn’t going to be found in your inbox.The “right now” nature of email is that everything that enters your inbox is treated as being equally important. That newsletter subscription you keep meaning to unsubscribe from is at the very top of your list, prominently on display as the very first thing you have to look at. Beneath that are two news alerts you subscribed to. Now you know the Federal Reserve didn’t raise interest rates, and some team from Cleveland is getting things done. The fourth email in your list is a “for your information” email from a coworker who wants to make sure everyone on the distribution chain is aware that there is “no change” on the status of a project.Right now, you could be doing meaningful work. Right now, you could be face-to-face with a client, a prospect, or a co-worker getting things done. Right now you could be making phone calls to people who need your help or people who could help you. Most of the results you produce aren’t going to be produced in your inbox.Turn your browser off. Close your inbox. Do meaningful work for 90 minutes. Take 15 minutes to stand up, stretch, drink some water, and then check your email to see if anything needs your attention. This means you will check your email 4 times over the course of an 8 hour day. You can do excellent, meaningful, on purpose, intentional work in blocks of 90 minutes.
It might have been rejected by the ICC but Sachin Tendulkar’s suggestion to revamp the ODIs by splitting the format into four innings of 25 overs each has got the backing of his Test teammate Rahul Dravid.”It is interesting (suggestion). I don’t know why the ICC has rejected it (Tendulkar’s suggestion via a letter to ICC), but it’s a good idea that Sachin has given and is worth experimenting,” said India’s batting mainstay on the England tour on the sidelines of a promotional event for ‘Gillette’ here last night.”It has been tried out in Australia (in domestic cricket) and the plus and minus points should be looked into,” he added.Tendulkar had written a letter to the ICC to change the format of the ODIs from two innings of 50 overs to four of 25 overs like a Test match but the world council’s Chief Executive Haroon Lorgat had rejected it.”There is no need to change the format,” Lorgat told reporters in Colombo on Wednesday.”We did receive a written proposal from Sachin, but that was a long time back. I myself have spoken to him many times about it, the last one as recent as during the World Cup in April.The success of the tournament showed that the 50-over format was sound in health and there was no need for dramatic changes,” Lorgat added.”The executive board meeting after the World Cup decided that the present format was doing well. That has not changed,” Lorgat stressed.Tendulkar had argued that four innings of 25 overs would be a fair way to balance the advantage gained by the team which won the toss in conditions such as bad weather, sub-quality pitches which historically had proven that a match can virtually be decided by the toss of a coin.advertisementDravid also backed the Cricket Board for deciding to put pressure on the ICC for revising the controversial Decision Review System of which he got the rough end of the stick in the Test and ODI rubbers in England.”It’s not set in stone. Anything connected with DRS is a work in progress. There are new challenges and questioned about it. Its up to the member boards (of the ICC) to ask whether things are better with it in place,” said the 39-year-old Dravid.Dravid, who was the lone batsman to show consistently superb form in difficult conditions against a top class England pace attack in the four-match Test rubber that India lost 0-4, was also controversially given out through the ‘Hot Spot’ image system on at least three occasions leading to big debates over DRS.
About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say Chelsea hero Nevin: Kepa should be unhappy with goal recordby Freddie Taylora month agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea legend Pat Nevin believes that goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga will not be happy about his start to the season.The young goalkeeper has already conceded 14 goals in the first six competitive games of the season.While he has not been at fault for a significant majority of those goals, Nevin believes conceding so many will bother Kepa.The Spaniard will be hoping to get his first clean sheet of the season soon enough.”Chelsea this season have already given away 11 goals in just five games, that is the second most in the entire league after Norwich with 12!” Nevin wrote on the club’s official website.”The thing is, that can happen if you play such open, high-tempo football and you have a young team who are learning, even if they are learning very fast.”The positive flip side of course is that we are third top scorers in the league after Man City and Liverpool, this time scoring 11.”They are by a distance the most extreme goal statistics in the league, underlining just how exciting it has been.”In fact only Man City fans have watched more goals in their side’s matches, 23 to our 22, a measly one more for the reigning champions.”Frank will be working hard to reduce the slippage at the back and I am sure it is not making Kepa particularly happy, but as long as we keep scoring it will be fun.”
TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Man City chiefs see Van Bronckhorst as Guardiola successorby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveGiovanni van Bronckhorst has been handed an access-all-areas role at Manchester City.The Mirror says City approached former Feyenoord coach Van Bronckhorst – who has signed a contract that has put him on the payroll.The plan is for him to remain in Manchester if it proves a good fit.Pep Guardiola’s contract with City expires in the summer of 2021.And after seeing rivals Manchester United flounder in the six years since Sir Alex Ferguson retired, the Spanish executives who run the club for Sheikh Mansour want to put a succession plan in place.Van Bronckhorst will spend the next year getting to know the inner workings of the club that has become the dominant force in English football over the last decade.He is currently working alongside close friend Brian Marwood, City’s highly-influential Football Administration Officer.
Jonathan Williams RehabArkansas running back Jonathan Williams hasn’t played all season due to a foot injury, but the bruising senior is working his way back to the gridiron. Whether he’ll next suit up for the Razorbacks or in the NFL, Williams is determined to make a full recovery. Last week, he posted video of himself running for the first time since the injury, and today he shared footage of himself doing underwater agility drills. Best of luck to Williams as he continues to progress in his rehab.
OSU junior forward Alexa Hart (22) and redshirt junior guard Kianna Holland (right) cheer a teammates’ basket on March 3 at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Credit: Ashley Nelson | Sports Director