Lady Wildcats Blanked By Centerville Lady Bulldogs

first_imgThe Lady Wildcats came out and played a beautiful first half with excellent ball control, good communication but just could not find the back of the net, taking 10 shots losing 1-0. Jessica Parker, Hannah Surber and Jaime Stortz were particularly successful with frustrating Centerville and letting the ball do the work.Grace Noble returned from a leg injury and was a threat the entire game and drew two fouls to setup direct kicks outside the box, however, the Wildcats could not capitalize on them. Jordan Nichols was another threat that was hard to contain.The second half of the game the Wildcats were fatigued and Claudia Mauntel had two marks to handle in the back. She was forced to make save which led to a foul. Centerville crossed the ball, Pearson made a save but the ball knocked around several people before landing in front of an unmarked player who tapped it in. The Wildcats struggled to keep possession and composure yet still continued to threaten the tie taking the final corner kick with 10 seconds left in the game but could not convert it.Pearson was brilliant between the pipes with 8 more saves to add to her stats.Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Cindy Adams.last_img read more

These amazing LGBTI DJs are opening brand new 24hour London club FOLD

first_imgHomodrop are one of many cool acts opening the new 24-hour nightclub | Photo: Homodrop, Instagram London is getting a new 24-hour electronic music venue and it’s kicking off with a killer queer line-up. LGBTI venues have particular bad luck in London, with 151 gay bars and clubs shut between 200 and 2016 in the capital.Resis’dance, bringing diversity and music together | Photo: Resis’dance, FacebookHowever, FOLD is part of the Shapes Collective, a group fighting the closure of London clubs. The new club will feature a main room with a 110db soundsystem, alongside five music studios available for hire. Sam Glover, co-founder of the club, told the Evening Standard that they would ‘strive to do things differently in London, cultivating a more continental approach, creatinga place where you can spend extended periods or come and go as you please.’ Getting these LGBTI superstars on board is a start.More from Gay Star News:A major DRAG exhibition is coming to this iconic London art galleryGot a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . FOLD is a 600-capacity nightclub opening up in an industrial estate between Canning Town and Star Lane. Following in the vein of Berlin’s notorious nightclubs, they’ll be playing electronic music with an ‘at least 24 hour’ opening time on Saturdays. Luckily, they’ve got some premier queer talent to get the party going. Launching 18 August 2018, party organizers Homodrop will be appearing alongside all-female collective Resis’dance.Resis’Dance are a diverse group of DJs and music techs who are women that aim to challenge gender norms in the party and political scene. How do they do that? Amazing music, of course. They’ve played major sets at Secret Garden Party, Tate Lates, and Pxssy Palace.All-female collective, keeping people safeThey also keep dance nights a safe space with their ‘Safer Spaces’ team, that act to stop dance floor discrimination and sexual harassment. Meanwhile, Dalston Superstore regulars Homodrop are all about creating dance nights for LGBT people in London. London’s clubbing scene took a massive blow recently when Hackney Council ruled that new venues couldn’t open past 11pm on weekdays and midnight on weekends. eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us)center_img GAYSTARNEWS- Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Pornhub Nation is the sexy leather-filled country where every orgasm is equalLondon drag collective Sink the Pink want you on stage for their 10th birthdayLargest U.S. Gay Pride Los Angeles in West Hollywood under attack?Read the full article on Gaystarnews:  : read more