WEST Indies cricket legend Clive Lloyd has been given a knighthood in the New Year Honours List.The 75-year-old heads a long list names from West Indies cricket to receive the award, with the likes of Sir Gary Sobers, Sir Everton Weekes and Sir Viv Richards all honoured.Although Lloyd received a CBE in 1993, the belated nature of Lloyd’s award might be explained by his hailing from Guyana, which became a republic in 1966, coincidentally the year in which Lloyd made his Test debut.While Richards plus the likes of Sir Curtly Ambrose and Sir Richie Richardson in 2014 were knighted directly by the government of Antigua, Lloyd has had to wait for his opportunity.In addition to his success with the West Indies, Lloyd played for almost two decades for Lancashire, with whom he retains a strong affiliation.The impact Lloyd had during his playing career at Old Trafford was emphasised by the county’s then captain Jack Bond, who said: “His value to Lancashire cannot be measured by ordinary standards.”Lloyd was named captain of the West Indies in 1974, three years after being awarded the prestigious title of Wisden Cricketer-of-the-Year.At the time the West Indies were far from a dominant force in world cricket, and after an embarrassing Test series defeat in Australia in 1976, Lloyd vowed: “I promise we will never get another flogging like this while I am captain.”Lloyd was true to his word as he went on to establish the West Indies as a global force, as well as returning statistics which make him one of the finest Test captains of all time.He led the West Indies in 70 Tests of which they won 36. He also led them to two World Cup wins in 1975 and 1979 and was the first West Indies player to achieve 100 international caps.After retirement, Lloyd became a respected international ICC referee and also served as both a director of the West Indies Cricket Board and briefly as its chairman of selectors. (Evening Standard; Additional reporting by the Press Association)
Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story However, no other Warriors round was lower than Kyle Kirkby’s 47, and WG had Jake Weaver put up a 41, with 42s from Ryan Joyce and Dan Benetti as Peyton Mullane clinched the win with a 43.WG then made it back-to-back wins on Aug. 30 by edging Fayetteville-Manlius’ White team 207-212. Mullane and Weaver led this time around, their 38s just ahead of Kevin McDermott’s 40 as Benetti had a 43 and Ryan McLane finished with a 48. Ryan Till shot a 49.A rematch with Liverpool loomed on Thursday afternoon at Westvale, and while it was closer, the result was the same, WG doing just enough to beat the Warriors 194-197. When it won the Section III Class AA tournament in 2018, the West Genesee boys golf team had not gone through a spectacular reason, and instead peaked right at the end, when it counted most.Perhaps not wanting to wait as long in 2019, the Wildcats got a crucial win on Aug. 29 at Liverpool, where depth mattered in WG’s 206-212 victory over the Warriors.Kevin McDermott shot a 38 at Liverpool Country Club, the low individual round. No other Wildcat broke 40 as three Liverpool golfers – Spencer Baum, Dylan Husted and Connor Boland – each shot 39. On Liverpool’s side, Husted tore his way to a 32 and Baum shot 34, while Boland had a 37. Then it went all the way down to a 44 from Dante Cassella and a 50 from Kyle Kirkby.Far more consistent, had all of its players shoot between 37 and 40, Weaver leading the Wildcats with a 37 as McDermott had a 38, Benetti shot a 39 and 40s were posted by Mullane and Joyce.This tough week concluded with WG welcoming Fayetteville-Manlius Green to Westvale in a first-place showdown, and while the Wildcats had some good rounds, it still lost 187-197 to the Hornets.Mullane’s 35 beat every individual except F-M Green’s Adam Butch, who had a 33. Three other Hornets broke 40, while only McDermott (38) joined Mullane in that category for WG as Benetti and Joyce both shot 41 and McLane added a 42.Skaneateles improved to 4-1 with its 217-251 victory over LaFayette on Aug. 30 at Orchard Valley, with Ty Jones again at the forefront for the Lakers thanks to his nine-hole score of 38.Tyson DiRubbo remained consistent, finishing with a 41, while Shawn Luce earned a 43. Drew Henderson, with his round of 47, was one shot clear of the 48 from Spencer Mack.Another win came on Wednesday, Skaneateles playing in its sixth consecutive road match but still finding enough to defeat Tully 222-238 at Vesper Hills.Jones continued to pace everyone, recording a 35 that was well clear of the 42 shot by Luce. DiRubbo and Henderson both finished with 47s and Charles Pinckney and Reese Dunn had matching rounds of 51.Westhill prevailed on Aug. 30 against Homer, a 217-230 decision at Cortland Country Club fueled by a 40 from Anthony Maglisco and a 41 from Aidan Ryan. Luke Gilmartin and Mike Britt each shot 43, with James Hunt contributing a 50.Back home at Camillus Hills last Tuesday, Westhill won again, 220-251, over Chittenango, with Maglisco’s second straight 40 just clear of a 41 by Ryan.Hunt improved to a 44, matching the Bears’ Tyrus Kelly, while Devin Young got a 47 and Britt added a 48, and Westhill followed up on Thursday with an impressive 203-227 victory over Tully at Camillus Hills. Tags: Boys golfskaneatelesWest GeneseeWesthill
McGinley insists it would be wrong to take all of the credit for the victory.It was their third tournament victory in a row, ensuring they’ve won 6 out of the last 7 versions of the event.The teams next clash in 2016 at Hazeltine in the American state of Minnesota. They beat the USA by 5 points at Gleneagles.The European players have lavished praised on team Captain Paul McGinley following their win over USA at the Ryder cup in Gleneagles.The host retained the trophy by 5 points with Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell among those winning their single matches.
And Tipp football manager Liam Kearns says Cork have all the advantages Tipp had when playing them last year… Photo © Tipperary GAA Tipp football boss Liam Kearns has warned their Cork opponents have a lot in their favour ahead of their clash this weekend.The Premier get their Munster Senior Championship campaign underway this Saturday when they take on the Rebel county in Páirc Uí Rinn in the semi final of the provincial competition.Cork will be looking to make up for their loss at the hands of the premier at the same stage of the competition last year.
“I am sorry and I will do better and I will be part of the solution and I am your ally and I know no words will do that justice.”Brees’ comments came almost four years after sports stars across the globe kneeled during anthems, echoing Colin Kaepernick’s demonstration during his time in the NFL.Kaepernick, the former 49ers quarterback, sat and then took a knee during the national anthem in protest against racial injustice and police brutality. Step-by-step you will see my heart for exactly what it is and the way everyone around me sees it. I’m sorry it has taken this long to act and to participate in a meaningful way but I am your ally in this fight.A post shared by Drew Brees (@drewbrees) on Jun 4, 2020 at 5:30pm PDT”I wish I would’ve laid out what was on my heart in regards to the George Floyd murder, Ahmaud Arbery, the years and years of social injustice, police brutality and the need for so much reform and change in regards to legislation and so many other things to bring equality to our black communities. View this post on Instagram Saints quarterback Drew Brees apologized again Thursday, a day after saying he disagreed with protests when players kneel during the national anthem.Brees, 41, faced criticism after his comments on Wednesday, although the veteran first apologized Thursday morning. MORE: Thomas, Kamara among Saints to forgive BreesHis comments came a little more than a week after George Floyd died in police custody in Minneapolis last week, prompting demonstrations across the United States and beyond.After posting a lengthy apology on Instagram, Brees later produced a video to again say he was sorry.”I know there’s not much that I can say that would make things any better right now, but I just want you to see in my eyes how sorry I am for the comments that I made (Wednesday),” he said. “I know that it hurt many people, especially friends, teammates, former teammates, loved ones, people that I care and respect deeply. That was never my intention.
President Trump and @BrettFavre on the golf course today.Photo via the White House pic.twitter.com/vPBeSGDL5G— Yashar Ali 🐘 (@yashar) July 25, 2020Tucked inside criticism of Trump for golfing rather than working to end the COVID-19 pandemic were jokes and memes about Favre, a few of them NSFW. Twitter was not happy that Brett Favre played a round of golf with President Donald Trump on Saturday.The social crowd reacted after the Hall of Fame quarterback was photographed standing beside Trump on one of the greens at Trump National in Bedminster, N.J., both smiling into the camera. MORE: Favre has thoughts about how Packers should use Jordan LoveThere also was an “I had a Brett Favre joke” theme.I had a Brett Favre joke, but it got intercepted.— Sarcastic Corgi (@CorgiSarcastic) July 25, 2020I had a Brett Favre joke, but it grew old and tired and sad and desperate for relevance. https://t.co/8qThYCgZqK— Jo (@JoJoFromJerz) July 25, 2020I used to have a Brett Favre joke, but I retired it, brought it back, retired it again, brought it back again, retired it once more…— James Akers (@James_E_Akers) July 26, 2020I had a Brett Favre joke, but then it got replaced by a better one. pic.twitter.com/nWXXAZtPnb— Mamavalveeta03 (@mamavalveeta03) July 26, 2020I had a Brett Favre joke but it went away and then kept coming back. It was like a Michael Jordan joke I once heard.— Steven R (@psychdrsaroth) July 26, 2020I had a Brett Favre joke but it was too small to see— Jgood (@r8drjgood) July 26, 2020Favre has not commented on Twitter or Instagram.
He graduated from Miami Northwestern High School five years ago and attended the University of Georgia.New York selected him 30th in the 2019 draft.Meanwhile, Dunbar is a 2010 graduate of Miami’s Booker T. Washington High School. He graduated from the University of Florida in 2015 and becoming one of the most sought un-drafted free agents, eventually signing a three-year deal worth $1.57 million with the Washington Redskins.He was traded to the Seattle Seahawks in March for a fifth-round selection in last month’s NFL draft, and is a cousin of former University of Miami star Denzel Perryman, who is now a linebacker for the Los Angeles Chargers.This is a developing story. Baker was the Giants’ first round pick in the 2019 draft and started 15 games last season. Miramar Police say they have a warrant for the arrest of New York Giants cornerback DeAndre Baker and Seattle Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar.The pair allegedly threatened another person a gun at a party on Wednesday and then robbed the individual, according to a police report.The players reportedly stole money and luxury brand watches from the victim.Baker, who was armed with a semi-automatic firearm during the incident, faces four counts of armed robbery and aggravated assault with a firearm.Dunbar is also faceing four counts of armed robbery with a firearm. Two NFL players are wanted in Miramar, on charges of armed robbery and assault.
Access resources so you can better plan for end-of-life Sliding scale tickets available and no one turned away for lack of funds. Space is limited. This is a unique opportunity. It is for anyone who wants to feel empowered about end-of-life care For a full event schedule, session descriptions, speaker bios, and to buy tickets, visit the Window Seat Media website.This project is produced by Window Seat Media and is sponsored by Humanities Washington, Olympia Federal Savings and South Sound Vasectomy. Reflect on your own journey and honor loved ones through playback theater, writing workshops, and a pop-up exhibit Learn about new progressive legislation – human composting and alkaline hydrolysis – providing more environmentally friendly options for our bodies after death Facebook62Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Window Seat MediaWindow Seat Media announces the launch of its newest Community Stories Project: InhaleExhale: Honoring Life and Navigating the Journey of Death. What are our “blueprints” for dying? Where do these stories come from and how do they inform the care we seek and receive? What stories complicate our “master narratives,” and what can we learn from those stories? “Our goal with this project,” says Lead Curator, Elaine Vradenburgh, “is to share powerful stories and ideas, access new ideas, and ask what is possible for end-of-life care in the South Sound community.” The project launch will be held on Saturday, November 16 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Lord Mansion in Olympia, Washington. Participants will have the opportunity to: Participate in interactive workshops with speakers from around the state who will share their knowledge and experience with alternative, progressive death care – including the role of death doulas, how to have a home funerals, and green burial and emerging alternatives
Rodolfo Molina & nbsp; (DAILY AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>FOOTBALL 19/20 Antonio Alberola Rojas, next to Quique Setién.Rodolfo Molina (DAILY AS) The Alberola Rojas brothers, Antonio and Javier, will be in charge of whistling Real Madrid today against Celta and its subsidiary, Castilla, against Rayo Majadahonda. There is the strange coincidence that two brothers dedicate themselves to arbitration and that they also ring the same day at the same club.Javier, the little one with 28 years, pita in First Division, siendor the youngest referee to debut in the highest category of Spanish football. This will be the third time I whistle the whites and the second time at the Bernabéu. The first time was in a Cup match against Melilla, which ended with a 6-1 in favor of the whites. The second was this season in the victory of Mallorca 1-0. Within the CTA he is very well considered and is considered an arbitrator with a great international projection. His brother, Antonio, 29, will whistle Castilla de Raúl before the Majadahonda on Cerro del Espino. The Castilian-Manchego referee usually referees in Segunda B, but also serves as the fourth referee in LaLiga Santander matches on occasion. On February 2 he did it at Barcelona-Levante. “Many times they confuse us, they tell me that I have been arbitrating in some field and it was really my brother,” Javier recently confessed in the Game.
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