Update: Woman sustains minor injuries in Donegal crash

first_img Twitter Update: Woman sustains minor injuries in Donegal crash Pinterest Facebook Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Google+ Google+ Facebook Pinterest Homepage BannerNewscenter_img Twitter WhatsApp Previous articleGovernment criticised over Inishowen – Letterkenny bus serviceNext articleTanaiste claims Brexit deal this week is possible News Highland By News Highland – October 14, 2019 News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Community Enhancement Programme open for applications A woman has been taken to Letterkenny University Hospital for treatment following a crash outside Donegal Town earlier this morning. The single vehicle crash happened on the by-pass at around 10am this morning.The section of road was closed for a time but has since reopened.The woman, who is in her 20s, sustained minor injuries.Gardai are appealing for witnesses, anyone with information is being asked to contact Ballyshannon Garda Station.last_img read more

Patient Kyle Kuzma progressing toward return for Lakers

first_img Lakers practice early hoping to answer all questions How athletes protesting the national anthem has evolved over 17 years Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersThe Lakers could sorely use Kuzma, a 6-foot-8 scoring wing who averaged 18.7 ppg last season. He plays at a position where the team has shallow depth, and his offensive game could bring a big boost when Anthony Davis or LeBron James are sitting.Kuzma feels that urgency, too, but he’s become comfortable over the last few months trying to take his time. He could miss a few more games, but he also feels secure that when he returns, he’ll have a clear-cut role with the Lakers.“I’m anxious, but at the same time it’s not really frustrating because I know my time’s gonna come when it comes,” he said. “Kind of just taking a control-what-you-can-control mindset going after it.”Both Kuzma and Rajon Rondo, who coach Frank Vogel said would miss a third straight game against the Hornets, are holes in the rotation. Kuzma has been out since August, and it’s been hard for the medical staff to predict how his injury will respond.“You treat it either with rest or however they’re treating it in the treating room and you see how he responds,” he said. “Some injuries respond quicker than others, but this one is a little bit of a wild card from the standpoint of not knowing exactly what the timeline’s going to look like.” Kuzma said the bone in his ankle was stressed from overuse. The most effective treatment, rest, sometimes feels like not doing much at all. But Kuzma’s reached a point where the progression can be more readily seen.Kuzma said there hasn’t been any scares or setbacks with his injury so far, even if the progression hasn’t gone as quickly as he’d like. He’s soothed by the feeling that he’ll be on the court soon enough.“I get super excited, because I know all the work that I put in this summer, and I feel like what this team needs is exactly what I worked on this summer,” he said. “It’s gonna be a surprise to a lot of people.”AD could close at center oftenThe Lakers made a much-discussed shakeup at halftime against the Utah Jazz on Friday, sliding Anthony Davis over to center to help secure the first win of the season. Davis has made plain that his preference is to play power forward, but Frank Vogel also showed he won’t hesitate to use Davis at the 5-spot if he feels like it will win the game. And there’s a good chance that Davis could play a lot of center in late minutes this season.“It’s something that we definitely are going to build in, all throughout the preseason we always built in at least a small stretch of the game where he plays 5,” Vogel said. “I envision us closing a lot of games that way, so I don’t want to get to finish line having not seen that at all and gotten familiar with how it’s different for our team.”Related Articles Trail Blazers, Grizzlies advance to NBA play-in game; Suns, Spurs see playoff dreams dashed center_img Vogel has emphasized that the lineup could be one the Lakers turn to in the postseason, and he is tempted to play it more because it can be “lethal.” But he’s also keen to keep Davis healthy and avoid the bruising that comes with going toe-to-toe with the league’s biggest post players.At the same time, even Davis understands how his talents work well at center. Asked about his five blocks against the Jazz, he said the shift to the 5 was the main factor in his lockdown defense at the rim.“Being at the 5 the second half of the game a couple days ago, it kept me in the paint a lot on Rudy (Gobert) which meant anytime anybody was able to drive to the basket I was able to get a contest and ultimately block the shot,” he said. “I think the more shots I can block, the less attempts they can get at the rim, the more possessions we get to have and the more we can get out and run, the easier the game is going to be for everyone.”BrieflyRajon Rondo underwent a precautionary MRI on Saturday that confirmed the point guard had a strained right calf. While he was listed as out for his third straight game Sunday night, he is still considered day-to-day by the team. Rondo was seen after Sunday’s shootaround practicing ball-handling with assistant coach Phil Handy. Lakers, Clippers schedules set for first round of NBA playoffs Trail Blazers beat Grizzlies in play-in, earn first-round series with the Lakers EL SEGUNDO — The process of recovery is slow, often frustrating work.On Friday, Kyle Kuzma was able to play his first, full-contact four-on-four scrimmage in more than two months. The session was all in half court and lasted 12 minutes at most.Two days later, it was the same scenario, just 25 minutes. And that’s the pattern it’s been throughout his rehab from a left ankle stress reaction — sometimes with steps forward, but sometimes just staying in place. Kuzma knew it would take some time to heal, but sometimes not knowing how long it will take can be a bit exasperating.“Honestly I don’t even know my timeline,” he told reporters Sunday morning at his first media scrum since media day. “It’s just kinda working off the progressions. Go 25 minutes a day, if I feel good tomorrow, then it’s the next thing.”last_img read more

Round robin loss too much for Nelson Selects to overcome, finish sixth at Provincial B Cup in Aldergrove

first_imgSo close, but yet so far away for the Nelson Selects at the B.C. Soccer Provincial B Cup U15 Boy’s tournament Sunday in Aldergrove.The Selects watched as Prospect Lake score the lone goal of the second half of the final round robin game to edge Nelson 2-1 and knock the Kootenay/Columbia reps out of the gold medal game and into the consolation round.Nelson did not rebound from the heartbreaking defeated, dropping another 2-1 decision to Chilliwack in the fifth/sixth-place contest.“Nelson matched up very well with some of the best teams in the province,” said Dan Szabo of the U15 coaching staff.“And although were disappointed with sixth in the eight-team tourney, the margin between those who played for medals and the others was very tight.”“(This was a) good, competitive tournament,” he added.As in any eight-team tourney that uses a round robin format to determine the finalists, one game can make a huge difference.Which is definitely what happened to the Selects.Sitting in the driver’s seat after scoring a 2-2 against South Burnaby and registering a 5-0 blowout of Williams Lake, the Reps stumbled against Prospect Lake.A goal in the 71st minute was too much for the Selects to overcome.Prospect Lake opened the scoring in the 25th minutes off a corner kick.However, Nelson rebounded minutes later when convert a perfect cross form James Miller to even the count at 1-1 heading into halftime.Nelson pressed for the equalizer but could not crack the Prospect Lake defence. The Selects opened with a deserving 2-2 draw against pre-tourney favourite South Burnaby.Trailing 2-0 at halftime, the Reps got goals from Micah May and Nicholas Wethal to surprise Burnaby.Spencer Szabo assisted both markers.Friday Nelson looked like world-beaters after blasting Williams Lake 5-0.Nolan Percival, with his first of two in the game, and Jimmy Johnson scored in the first half for Nelson.Percival, Miller and Owen Thurston completed the scoring in the second.In the consolation round against Chilliwack, a couple of mistakes erased a 1-0 Nelson lead allowing the Fraser Valley squad to escape with the one-goal victory.CCB Elite (Whalley) defeated South Burnaby 2-0 to capture the gold medal while Vernon edged Prospect Lake 3-2 to claim the bronze.U16 & U18 Boys finish fourth and seventh, respectivelyShuswap FC of Salmon Arm scored the only goal of the game en route to 1-0 win in the bronze medal of the B.C. Provincial B U16 Boy’s Cup Sunday in Aldergrove.Much like their younger cousins, U15 boys, the U16 squad lost in the final round robin game 1-0 to Douglas Park Blue Rangers to drop into the bronze medal game.The Selects opened with a 1-1 tie against Comox Valley Red Devils before Quesnel Strikers 1-0 Friday.Meanwhile, the U18 boys struggled out the gate with draws against North Delta and Prince George.In the final round robin game Saturday, Nelson lost 3-2 to Saanich to fall to fourth spot in the Group B standings.Nelson responded in the final match to blast host Aldergrove 5-1.last_img read more


first_imgSINGLE TICKET PICK SIX JACKPOT CARRYOVER OF $38,404 INTO THURSDAY AS WELL ARCADIA, Calif. (Jan. 29, 2017)–A Pick Six carryover of $71,437 will await fans on Thursday at Santa Anita, as no one correctly tabbed six winners on Sunday.  Track officials project Thursday’s total Pick Six pool should approach $500,000.  Additionally, there is a Single Ticket Pick Six Jackpot carryover of $38,404 into Thursday.With an eight-race card on tap for Thursday, first post time at Santa Anita is at 1 p.m.  The Pick Six will be comprised of races three through eight, with approximate post time for the third race at 2 p.m. PT.For scratches, changes and complete morning line information, please visit santaanita.com.last_img read more