Waterloo’s £1bn arrival

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Jerry Leger sets UK dates for April

first_imgCanadian singer-songwriter Jerry Leger has announced that he’ll be touring the UK in April.The dates, which start at Greystones in Sheffield, are in support of Jerry’s latest album Time Out For Tomorrow, which was released in November 2019 via the Cowboy Junkies’ record label Latent Recordings.Watch the animated video for Read Between the Lines below:The tour will take in stops in London, Glasgow, Hull, Stockport and Winchester after it opens in Sheffield.Time Out For Tomorrow was released to critical acclaim and it continues Jerry’s run of consistently high output. He’s released 9 studio albums since 2005, when he was just 19 years old.“I got the name for the album from an early ‘60s dime store collection of science fiction short stories a friend gave me,” Leger explains. “Everything around me seems like science fiction these days, and the phrase ‘Time Out For Tomorrow’ fit these songs and my mood in one way or another.”The full list of dates for Jerry’s upcoming tour is:Tuesday 21st April: Sheffield – GreystonesWednesday 22nd April: London – Green NoteThursday 23rd April: Glasgow – BroadcastFriday 24th April: Hull – O’RileysSaturday 25th April: Stockport – Roma LakesSunday 26th April: Winchester – The Railway Innlast_img read more

More COVID facilities eyed in Bacolod

first_imgEach is a one-storey container van-type structure with 16 isolation rooms, each with its own comfort room.  DPWH will be using pre-fabricated components. The target completion of the construction would be Sept. 30./PN These facilities, worth P25 million or P12.5 million each, will rise on a government-owned property in Barangay Alijis, currently a plant nursery of the City Agriculture’s Office. BACOLOD City – The city government and the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) for the construction of two healthcare facilities with a combined 32 isolation rooms for asymptomatic or mild coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) patients. Leonardia said the two isolation facilities will augment the bed capacity for indigent COVID-positive patients with mild symptoms. According to DPWH regional director Lea Delfinado, the agency will handle the emergency procurement and construction of the two isolation facilities.   Mayor Leonardia and DPWH undersecretary Emil Sadain executed the ceremonial signing of the MOA on Sept. 9. Each facility also comes with a nurses’ station, a utility room, and quarters for medical personnel on duty.   Hospitals in the city, he added, will have more rooms to accommodate critically-ill patients. last_img read more

RoS clobbers Elite for ‘twice-to-beat’ hopes

first_img [av_one_full first min_height=” vertical_alignment=” space=” custom_margin=” margin=’0px’ padding=’0px’ border=” border_color=” radius=’0px’ background_color=” src=” background_position=’top left’ background_repeat=’no-repeat’ animation=”][av_heading heading=’RoS clobbers Elite for ‘twice-to-beat’ hopes ‘ tag=’h3′ style=’blockquote modern-quote’ size=’30’ subheading_active=’subheading_below’ subheading_size=’15’ padding=’10’ color=” custom_font=”]BY ADRIAN STEWART CO[/av_heading][av_image src=’http://www.panaynews.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/sports-RoS-clobbers-elite.jpg’ attachment=’118390′ attachment_size=’full’ align=’center’ styling=” hover=” link=” target=” caption=” font_size=” appearance=” overlay_opacity=’0.4′ overlay_color=’#000000′ overlay_text_color=’#ffffff’ animation=’no-animation’][/av_image][av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”]MANILA – Rain or Shine Elasto Painters decidedly beat Blackwater Elite 122-98 in the PBA Governors’ Cup yesterday at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum. Painters (7-4) may have a shot at a “twice-to-beat” playoffs incentive depending on the results of the remaining elimination round matches today.J’Nathan Bullock score 30 points, including three treys, while Raymond Almazan and Gabe Norwood contributed 20 and 15 points, respectively, for Painters.Trailing 14-15 in the first quarter, Painters went on a huge run behind Norwood, Almazan and Beau Belga for a 25-15 lead. Elite cut the deficit 19-25 but hits from Bullock and Eduardo Daquioag stretched Painters’ lead 30-21.Blackwater countered with a rally in the second frame to come to within 29-30 but Rain or Shine pulled away 38-29 on back-to-back treys by Daquioag. Then Elite waxed hot offensively behind Allein Maliksi to cut the lead 56-57 at the half.Elite managed to hang around early in the third 62-61 until Painters unloaded triples from Celedonio Trollano, Maverick Ahanmisi and Bullock to widen the lead 89-77.Painters continued its hot shooting in the final quarter behind reserve Ronnie Matias and Bullock to build its largest lead 119-91 on hits by rookies Jeramy King, Billy Robles and Dexter Maiquez.Maliksi top-scored with 29 points while reinforcement Henry Walker added double-double 21 points and 13 rebounds for Elite, which finished the elimination in eighth place (5-6)./PN[/av_textblock][/av_one_full] Rain or Shine Elasto Painters’ J’Nathan Bullock attacks the defense of Blackwater Elite’s John Erram during their PBA Governors’ Cup game on Saturday at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum. PBAlast_img read more

13th straight SEA Games gold for Gilas Pilipinas

first_imgFrom a seesaw battle early in theopening period, Gilas created distance behind inside conversions fromStandhardinger, Pringle and June Mar Fajardo for a 25-17 edge. Gilas Pilipinas went for the kill inthe third period. Outside conversions from Tenorio, Matthew Wright and ChrisRoss allowed them to break the game wide open at 88-54. Christian Standhardinger and StanleyPringle spearheaded Gilas Pilipinas’ strong first half before LA Tenorio andVic Manuel put on the finishing touches in the title-clinching win. The national men’s basketball extendedits reign by hacking out a wire-to-wire 115-81 domination of Thailand in theone-game finale. The Thais rallied back but was haltedby shots from Pringle for a 48-39 halftime score. It was also the 18th time that thenational team has wore the biennial meet gold./PN It was the 13th straight time that thenational men’s basketball team has claimed the SEA Games throne. The Philippines’ Christian Standhardinger attempts a one-hander. RAPPLER PHOTO The lead grew to 31-19 for thenational men’s basketball team after back-to-back triples by LA Tenorio andKiefer Ravena. MANILA – Gilas Pilipinas reassertedits mastery in the Southeast Asian Games men’s basketball. It captured its 13thconsecutive gold medal last night at the SM Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City. The host team made sure the Thaiswon’t have a final push. Consecutive conversions from Tenorio and Manuelincreased the lead further for Gilas.last_img read more

Former WWE Superstar Rosey Passes Away at Age 47

first_imgThe family released a statement Tuesday:“The Anoa’i family is mourning the loss of Sika’s son, Matt aka Rosey, due to an untimely death.“We want to let his fans know that he loved them and the wrestling world so much. In his passing, he left three beautiful young children and a heartbroken family. Please respect the privacy of his children and family as they mourn the loss of this kind, loving, gentle man, who was a father, son, brother and a superhero to us all.“Our family appreciates your prayers and continued support during this very difficult time.” Vince McKee Related TopicsMatt Anoa’iRoman ReignsWWEWWE Roseycenter_img NEO Sports Insiders is saddened to report the passing of former WWE Superstar Rosey.  Real name Matt Anoai.  I’m speaking from personal experience of meeting him, he was a nice man always willing to leave free tickets for fans in exchange for a ride around town when needed.As many of you know, he was part of the famed Anoai wrestling family.  His father was Sika of the Wild Samoans.  He was cousins with Rikishi, Yokozuna, The Rock and Umaga, as well as brothers with current WWE Mega Star Roman Reigns.He had a short Tag Team title reign in 2005 alongside tag team partner Hurricane Helms.  We here at NEO Sports Insiders would like to send our condolences to the entire Anoai family.Matt was 47 at the time of his passing.last_img read more

Big Match Announced For Premier Championship Wrestling November Pain 2017″

first_img Vince McKee Related TopicsOhio Combat CornerPremier Championship Wrestling Breaking news from the offices of “Premier Championship Wrestling” concerning this Saturday Nights HUGE card from Turners Hall.  See below for the full press release courtesy of the desk of Joe Dombrowski.This Saturday, November 18 at 7pm at “November Pain”, a crucial match takes place concerning the rankings of the welterweight division. Nate Wings survived a 7-Way Elimination Scramble at Welterweight Wrestling 2 to become #1 Contender to the Welterweight Championship, a feat that many thought he couldn’t attain, and unfortunately placed him in the center of heated controversy at the end of the night with Gory and Ace Perry.Meanwhile, “Swaggy D” Dylan Bostic, the “Justin Bieber of Pro Wrestling” was a finalist in the original 7-Way Scramble to crown the first Welterweight Champion, and has been criticizing and degrading first-champion Perry and the brand as a whole ever since, which left him banned from the venue at Welterweight 2 due to unprofessional conduct.This Saturday, it’s the man who gets a title shot in 2018’s Welterweight 3 vs. the man who feels he SHOULD get that title shot, all as part of “November Pain” in four days! Get your tickets now athttp://www.joe-dombrowski.com/In addition to the already announced:Premier Champion Andrew Palace, Jackson Stone & Rickey Shane Page vs. Chris LeRusso, Ganon Jones Jr, Duke DavisWelterweight Champion Gory vs. Gregory IronPremier Tag Team Champions Atticus & Otis Cogar vs. Ty Cross & Edric Everhart (System Elite)Women’s Division Three-Way Bout: Joseline vs. Jinx vs. Ray LynMarion Fontaine vs. Alex JordanRemy LaVey vs. Sonny ViceLee Moriarty vs. Cole Radricklast_img read more

Tickets on Sale for Gamecocks’ Opening Game

first_imgSouth Carolina Gamecocks head coach Steve Spurrier holds the Independence Bowl trophy after defeating the Miami Hurricanes in the 2014 Independence Bowl at Independence Stadium.South Carolina Gamecocks head coach Steve Spurrier holds the Independence Bowl trophy after defeating the Miami Hurricanes in the 2014 Independence Bowl at Independence Stadium.Columbia, SC (WLTX) – Tickets for the University of South Carolina football team’s opening game against North Carolina are now on sale.The game is set for 6 p.m. on Thursday, September 3rd at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte.Tickets are priced at $102 for lower level end zone seats, $76 for upper level corner seats, and $257.50 for Club seats and may be purchased online at GamecocksOnline.com/tickets or by calling the Athletics Ticket Office at 803-777-4274.The deadline to request tickets is July 10. Requests purchased by non-Gamecock Club members will be assigned following the seat assignment of Gamecock Club members. Orders received after the deadline will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.last_img read more

Danny Persaud aiming for Group Three glory

first_imgHAVING had a broken year in 2017, Danny Persaud is ready to seek glory atop the Group Three standings, starting with the first National Race of Champions in a week’s time.Missing a few of the local legs last year cost him valuable points in the run-up to the championship finale in November but Persaud says that he is raring to return.“Last year, I had some stuff I wanted to work on personally so I missed a few meets both locally and internationally. This year, it’s going to be different,” he said.“Car preparation has begun a while ago and at the moment, we’ve got some finery to do on the car but as it stands, there is nothing major that needs to be done to the car.”He noted that they have been working on more reliability for the car as they push ahead to the Caribbean Championships which begin in Jamaica in May.“We are also using this meet as a bit of litmus for the CMRC (Caribbean Motor Racing Championships) first leg at Jamwest so how the car performs here will determine that.”Competitor-wise, Persaud admitted that the other drivers in his group are also looking for a good start to the local drivers’ standings.“Well, there’s of course Vishok (Persaud, the defending Group 3 champion) as well as Stefan (Jeffrey) and some of the other guys who I know are going to come hard so it’s not going to be easy.His blue Mazda Miata is sponsored by Buy Me Auto.Among the meet’s sponsors are STAG, Mohamed’s Enterprise and Tropical Shipping.last_img read more