Twitter Facebook Previous articleMountmellick march on after Hilliard heroicsNext articleKilminchy to host heritage day as part of National Heritage Week LaoisToday Reporter Home Deaths Deaths in Laois – Wednesday, August 14, 2019 Deaths Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results WhatsApp Twitter GAA WhatsApp GAA TAGSDeaths in Laois Facebook 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshin Deaths in Laois – Wednesday, August 14, 2019 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR By LaoisToday Reporter – 14th August 2019 Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory Pinterest Below are the recent deaths in Laois.Ar Dheis De go raibh a anam.Marcella Collins (née Cummins)Station Road, Portarlington, LaoisMarcella died at the Regional Hospital Portlaoise. Loving wife of the late Michael. Deeply regretted by her loving daughters Mary, Marcella, Anne, Hilary and Claire, brothers Paddy and Dinny, sister-in-law Maureen, sons-in-law, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, extended family and friends.Reposing at Maher’s Chapel of Rest Portarlington on Wednesday from 7pm with Rosary at 9pm.Terry McVeighEnniscorthy/PortlaoiseFormerly Clonminam Road, Portlaoise.Beloved wife of the late Tommy and dearly loved mother of Anne, Marie, Pauric, Thomas, Gerard and Eamonn. Sadly missed by her loving sons, daughters, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren, great-grandson, sister-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.Reposing at her home (Sunday) from 12 noon. Funeral arriving at St. Aidan’s Cathedral Monday for Funeral Mass at 12 noon. Burial afterwards in St. Mary’s Cemetery.Joe KeoghThe Lake Road, Ballybrittas, LaoisPeacefully in the loving care of the staff of St Vincent’s Hospital Mountmellick. Deeply regretted by his loving brother Mick, sisters Phil Mason (England) and Carmel Fennelly (Portlaoise), brother-in-law Teddy, sister-in-law Anne, nephews, nieces relatives and friends.Reposing at Maher’s Chapel of Rest Portarlington on Monday from 6:30pm with Rosary at 8pm. Removal on Tuesday at 11:20am arriving St John’s Church Killenard for Requiem Mass at 12 noon. Interment afterwards in the adjoining Cemetery.Mary Anne (Nan) Lawless24 Birch Grove (formerly of 13 Marian Avenue), Portlaoise, LaoisBeloved sister of Margaret, Kathleen, brothers Jimmy, Tom, Joseph, Jim and Danny. Deeply regretted by her loving family, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, extended family, relatives and friends.Reposing at 13 Marian Avenue on Saturday at 5pm until 8pm, with rosery recited at 8pm. Removal on Sunday at 11.45am to arrive at SS Peter and Paul’s Church for 12.30 Requiem Mass. Interment afterwards in SS Peter and Paul’s Cemetery. Family flowers only please. Donations, if desired, to the Oncology Unit, Tullamore.SEE ALSO – Deaths in Laois – Tuesday, August 13, 2019 Pinterest GAA
And there’s no better way to end the build up than with a reminder of how we fared the last time City and Cardiff clashed.It was a 1-0 win at the Cardiff City Stadium in November of the current Sky Bet Championship season.Josh Brownhill’s super dipping strike was the difference that day as the Robins earned a first win on Cardiff soil for 17 years.
iStock/Thinkstock(HOUSTON) — A former religious adviser to President George W. Bush has been accused by federal prosecutors of defrauding investors of $3.5 million.Pastor Kirbyjohn Caldwell and a business partner, Gregory Smith, sold millions of dollars of worthless Chinese bonds, telling investors to “remain faithful and that they would receive their money,” according to documents obtained by ABC Houston station KTRK-TV.Both men could face significant jail time and be forced to forfeit assets.Caldwell’s lawyer tweeted out a statement, according to KTRK-TV, that said his client was “falsely accused” and “would be absolved.” Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Related
The cupboard isn’t completely bare. We have a couple of quality walk-ons. We’ll work through it and away we go. – Kyle WhittinghamSALT LAKE CITY — The Utah football team is suddenly very thin at the quarterback position after Brandon Cox, who was in the Ute program for four seasons, has decided to leave the program.The 6-foot-2, 205-pound left-hander, who came to Utah in 2013 after throwing for 2,700 yards and 26 touchdowns for Pasadena High School, made the decision to leave a week after junior college transfer Troy Williams was designated as No. 1 and a day after coach Kyle Whittingham said that freshman Tyler Huntley would be taking the reps at No. 2.With just two scholarship quarterbacks left in the program, something Whittingham says is “not uncommon” but “not ideal,” the Utes are left with a pair of walk-on freshmen in Logan Bateman from Simi Valley, California, and Drew Lisk, from Jordan High School, backing up Williams and Huntley. Whittingham also said Chase Hansen, who was recruited to Utah as a quarterback from Lone Peak High School before his LDS mission but is now the starting strong safety, can be an emergency backup.“The cupboard isn’t completely bare,” he said. “We have a couple of quality walk-ons. We’ll work through it and away we go.”Whittingham spoke after Friday’s practice about Cox “taking his game elsewhere,” praising the contributions he made to the program.“We really appreciate everything he did for us,” he said. “He was a great teammate and he’s graduated — he has two years left — and wants an opportunity to get some place where he can get on the field. So we wish him all the best. He’s leaving on very good terms with us.”Earlier this week, Cox was positive about his future at Utah, despite having Williams move ahead of him on the depth chart.“As a collective group, we’re all here to succeed and our main objective is to win football games,” Cox said. “If that’s me starting or Troy or Tyler, it doesn’t matter as long as we win football games and are productive. That’s all that matters. You’ve always got to stay engaged in the game whether you’re starting or not and have to be ready when your number’s called.”However a couple of days later after Huntley was given the nod as No. 2, Cox apparently decided he didn’t want to be in the same position as the last two years when he was the No. 3 quarterback with little chance to play. Cox only played in one game for Utah, in 2014 against Idaho State when he completed three passes for 17 yards and ran twice for 22 yards in mop-up duty for Travis Wilson.Aaron Roderick, the Utes’ co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, explained why Williams and Huntley moved ahead of Cox since the beginning of fall camp when all three were listed as co-starters.“Troy established himself and has done a really nice job of taking care of the ball, throwing a lot of completions,” he said. “Tyler gets better every day, he makes a lot of plays, and we’re just trying to limit his mistakes and getting him more comfortable in the system.”When asked specifically where Huntley was better than Cox, Roderick said, “Playmaking ability. He makes some plays out here, where you just shake your head and say ‘wow.’ He has the ability to throw on the run and to extend plays. He’s really an exciting player.”Some folks thought Cox’s experience in the program might give him an edge over Huntley, who played high school ball in Florida last year, but Whittingham said that wasn’t a factor and the pecking order is based purely on who plays better.“Those guys understand the reality of it, they see the tape,” Whittingham said. “I don’t care if you’ve been here five years, five days or five minutes, the best guy’s going to play — the guy that’s producing and performing.”As for trying to save Huntley’s eligibility as a redshirt, Roderick said that also wasn’t a factor in who was No. 2.“In this program we don’t ever intend to redshirt anyone,” said Roderick. “You always come ready to play. If a guy’s in a position where he’s not ready to help the team yet, then he might redshirt. But anyone that’s ready to help the team will play.”Cox was an excellent student, having already received his degree as a double major in communications and sociology. He has used a redshirt year, but as a graduate transfer he could play at another college, but there’s no word on where Cox might transfer.“We’d like nothing more for him to be very successful wherever he ends up,” said Whittingham.
However, he didn’t give anything away regarding Machin — or about the club’s summer transfer plans. Pablo Machín, muy cerca del Sevilla Upd. at 11:31 26/05/2018 CEST IN SPORT.ES The Catalans finished 10th in the table and at one point in the campaign were even in the race to reach the Europa League. Sevilla’s new director of football Joaquin Caparros is in charge of the decision and was asked about the club’s search for a new manager on Friday. Pablo Machin will be the next coach of Sevilla, according to Marca, who say the Girona boss will sign a two-year deal at the Sanchez Pizjuan. Machin led Girona into La Liga for the first time in their history and 2017 and has just completed a fine season in the top flight. Despite having a rocky season, though, which saw them play under three different coaches, it was Sevilla who eventually secured the final Europa League spot, finishing seventh.
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