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Our Sandra beats two Aussies to gold

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first_imgAustralia’s Elliot Kiana took out the bronze and her team mate Malone Philippa won the silver medal.In the snatch event Ako came in third,  taking the bronze medal.Australia’s Melona took the gold and her team mate Elliott bagged the silver medal.In the overall category PNG came in second place,  taking the silver.Australia’s Malone snatched the gold while bronze was awarded to Elliot.last_img

Jordan’s position as “spender and saver” questioned

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first_imgSovereign Wealth FundChartered Accountant Christopher Ram has raised concerns over Finance Minister Winston Jordan’s position as a spender and saver of Guyana’s wealth. He noted that under the previous administration, the very matter would have drawn the attention of the then serving Opposition.Ram raised his concerns at an Energy Forum held last week at Duke Lodge. He said, “I wonder whether they (the Government) would have liked the same mechanism that they are setting out here if another Government — let’s not call the name of that other Government — if another Government was in place? Would we want a situation where a minister who is responsible for spending is also the minister responsible for saving and generating revenue and protecting those revenues?”The accountant said he is confident the administration would have rebutted this, thus he questioned the Government’s recommendation to have Jordan spearhead the Sovereign Wealth Fund (SWF).In a subsequent interview with this publication on Monday, Ram sought to point out the need for transparency in handling of the Sovereign Wealth Fund. He recommended the SWF be entirely isolated from the “spending ministry,” as it could have an impact on everyone.Ram also pointed to the need for an article to be “entrenched” in the Constitution so that no one, including Ministers, would be able to unilaterally access funds in the SWF, as he described it as a generational fund for the future.Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo had earlier this year made a similar comment on the issue at one of his weekly press conferences.“I have said before that there should be no ministerial involvement in the Petroleum Commission; that the remaining oil blocks should be subject to a competitive auction or kept for future generations; and that we should complete the work on the Local Content framework. There have been no substantive moves in any of these directions.   As I have said before, there is no clear management framework for the oil and gas sector,” Jagdeo had said.The Opposition Leader noted that on multiple occasions he has “urged that Government take cognisance of the Santiago Principles and a model similar to the principles on which the Norwegian model was developed. Establishment of a Sovereign Wealth Fund is only one element of a management framework for the oil and gas sector.Jagdeo has made it clear that, for various reasons, he disagrees with the Finance Minister being given control over the SWF. He zeroed in on Jordan’s silence on the signing bonus Government had received from the oil company.Meanwhile, the document sets out specific rules, including the Fiscal Rule, which caters for the development gaps that exist both in terms of human capital and physical infrastructure, and the need to accommodate development spending via the National Budget.To oversee these decisions, the Government has recommended the establishment of a Macroeconomic Committee which would consist of five members, including a representative of the Finance Minister.In terms of management of the SWF, a Sovereign Investment Committee would be responsible for advising the minister on the suitability of any investment being contemplated. A representative of the Finance Minister would also be on that committee.Further, the Green Paper states that the Bank of Guyana (BoG) will be the operational manager of the Fund. The Opposition Leader has already expressed deep concern about this proposal.Although the Government has catered for a representative from the Opposition to sit on the SWF committee, Jagdeo has already objected to this proposal, stating that politicians should not be included.A SWF is a state-owned investment fund that is made up of surpluses from official foreign currency operations, proceeds of privatisations, governmental transfer payments, fiscal surpluses and/or receipts resulting from resource exports.It has been articulated as an important mechanism for the oil and gas sector, and with ExxonMobil announcing that production would start in 2020, calls have been made by stakeholders and the political opposition for establishment of Guyana’s SWF to be swift.Guyana’s SWF Bill was drafted by the Commonwealth Secretariat with input from the Government, and was presented to the subject minister in December 2016.last_img read more

Brewer pledges parent centers

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first_img“We’re going to have to empower the parents and create parent-led teams for those parents who need help with the education of their children. We’re going to surround you with people and resources to help you with your children. “We want to make sure these schools are serving your children better … We’re going to make sure you’re directly involved.” Brewer said the centers are designed to serve as bridges between schools and parents, helping answer questions and get services faster than through a central office bureaucracy. Brewer said he will release more details in coming weeks, as well as a plan to put parent literacy centers in neighborhood housing areas. Julie Baxter, a parent at the summit, said she looks forward to a center that would help her and her preschool-age son, who is in special education. Boosting efforts to engage communities, schools Superintendent David Brewer III said Saturday he will open parent-led centers in neighborhood housing areas, with the first one in the Jordan Downs housing projects in Watts. The announcement at the 11th annual Parent Summit came just a day after an audit concluded that the Los Angeles Unified School District is disorganized, lacks financial controls and suffers from a pervasive lack of accountability. One key recommendation of the audit was to increase parent and community involvement in the district in an effort to boost student achievement. “I would like to take this district to world-class status,” Brewer told thousands of parents gathered Saturday at the Los Angeles Convention Center. “But I cannot do that without you. You will be the engine … because without the parents, we will not be able to increase student achievement. “In preschool, I had to fight to get my son tested because there’s no communication with that main office and it’s really disorganized,” said Baxter, from Sun Valley. “Hopefully, it gets implemented, and the money gets distributed properly. A lot of it is bureaucracy here and the money is not even for the kids.” Brewer said he wants to streamline communication between offices and give employees the tools to make the LAUSD a more efficient system. To help change the culture of the district, Brewer said he plans to create a transformation team to “right the ship of LAUSD … and create more efficiencies inside LAUSD.” “We have a good school district, we have great, hard-working people in this school district, but the problem for many of our people is that they are working inside a system that, frankly speaking, is not very efficient. It’s not serving them well,” Brewer said. Teacher Jerrilyn Taylor said that in more than 30 years with the district, she has never seen a superintendent so intent on involving parents. “We’ve never thought of anything like that before. He is really working to make this school district and educational process very effective and successful,” Taylor said. “We’ve never had a superintendent in touch with the community and parents like this one.” But while parents were excited about news of parent-led centers, some were wary. Erika Rodriguez of Montecito Heights said she recalled a parent summit two years ago at which then-Superintendent Roy Romer vowed to improve schools. “I didn’t see that much improvement, so I’m a little skeptical,” Rodriguez said. “I think Superintendent Brewer has a lot of great ideas, but the implementation is where it counts.” naush.boghossian@ dailynews.com (818) 713-3722 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

BC Hydro tells protesters to leave Vancouver camp

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first_imghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PGkyKIYwDdUThe person filming the videos tells BC Hydro to send the protesters an email to address their concerns, and that they are on ‘unceded Coast Salish territory’ with permission.The camp was the site of a hunger strike that resulted in one protester being taken to hospital, after having not eaten for nearly three weeks.The protesters at the camp started the hunger strike after BC Hydro was awarded an injunction by the BC Supreme Court against protesters at the Rocky Mountain Fort.Advertisement VANCOUVER, B.C. — Two new videos appear to show two people with BC Hydro reading a request for protesters to leave their camp at BC Hydro’s downtown Vancouver office.A woman, who says she is authorized by BC Hydro to speak to protesters, tells them they do not have permission to camp out on the property.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOWgq-inWw4- Advertisement -“Your presence in this location, and the presence of tarps, tents, canopies, structures signs and other property are creating safety and health hazards,” she said.She added that BC Hydro is willing to designating an area on their property for protesters to safely express their opinions from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.The videos, uploaded by a user named Cameron Davidson to YouTube, went online on April 7.Advertisementlast_img read more

We are creating something beautiful- Migne

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first_img“We are not far from creating something really interesting for Kenya. I think we will create something in this time and we can see that the hope is coming back in the country in terms of football. I hope we can continue in this way,” the tactician said.He added; “Over the five months I have been here, I have seen the players improve a lot and we can only get better. We have not yet qualified because we don’t know what will happen with Sierra Leone, but we are on the way.”Migne was a happy man seeing the huge crowd that turned out at the Kasarani Stadium to watch Stars play Ethiopia and he has now pleaded with the supporters to stick with the team through thick and thin.‘It is very easy when you have victory, you have a lot of funs. But it is more difficuly when you are alone. I hope we keep having a lot of fans for the future because if we want to remain in the high level, we have to be like this,”Harambee Stars fans cheering the team on at the Kasarani Stadium. PHOTO/Timothy Olobulu“I want to say a big thanks to the fans who came out. In the beginning, I challenged them to come and they came. I think we won the game because of the fans. It is important to have the 12th man advantage,” the tactician said.Looking back at the match against Ethiopia, Migne was over the moon with the result especially the three-goal win, having lamented pre-match that his side’s attacking potent was not as strong as he wished.“I am really happy and proud of my players. We had a clean sheet but not only that, I think we developed some good link up play. It was interesting offensively because we were better,” the tactician said.He also lauded the performance of skipper Victor Wanyama for his performance on his second match with him, admitting that coaching the team is made half easy with the Tottenham Hotspur midfielder on the pitch.Harambee Stars skipper Victor Wanyama shares a warm embrace with head coach Sebastien Migne at the Moi Sports Centre Kasarani ahead of the 2019 African Cup of Nations qualifier against Ethiopia on October 14, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy Olobulu“When you have a player like Victor, it is easy to be coach and on the way to victory when you have a player like him, it is better.  He was a real captain; he wanted to take his team to AFCON and he showed that on the field, he took his responsibilities also for the penalty because at 3-0 you kill the game and there is pressure,” the tactician noted.Also catching the tactician’s attention was midfielder Eric Johannah who put up a man of the match performance, playing part in all the three goals. He set up Michael Olunga for the opener before scoring the second and was brought down for Wanyama’s penalty.Migne has revealed that on the eve of the match, he was undecided on who to start between the IF Bromma man and compatriot Ovellah Ochieng, but he says his final decision was vindicated with Johannah’s performance.“Michael (Igendia), a member of my staff did some highlight video to show him what he can improve. He knew he would be on the field and I have full confidence in him. He is talented and I know what he can bring to the team though sometimes he can commit some mistakes and be lazy a bit. Today (Sunda) he was not perfect but almost perfect,” the tactician further stated.Meanwhile, the tactician is pleased with the depth of his squad and he has put all players in the team on notice that only hard work will keep them in the team.Harambee Stars head coach Sebastien Migne with Deputy President William Ruto and Sports PS Kirimi Kaberia at the 2019 African Cup of Nations qualifier against Ethiopia at the Moi Sports Centre Kasarani on October 14, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluMigne says he is pleased that he has a pool of at least 25 players who can consistently perform at the high level, but he says he wants to increase the pool to add more options.“If we are a group with only 11 players we can’t go far. We are not far to have 25 players with a good level, but it’s not finished. The door is always open to come in and go out they (players) need to repeat good performances with their club and with me to remain in the team,” the tactician noted.For his next match, Migne will be without Aboud Omar who will be serving a one match suspension having picked a second yellow card. Winger Aboud Omar does not return until after the Ghana game, that is if Sierra Leone are reinstated in the qualifiers.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Harambee Stars head coach Sebastien Migne walks into the Moi Sports Centre Kasarani ahead of the 2019 African Cup of Nations qualifier against Ethiopia on October 14, 2018. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaNAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 15 – Kenyans can now dare dream of seeing their football team play at the African Cup of Nations after Sunday’s 3-0 victory over Ethiopia in a Group F qualifier at the Moi Sports Centre Kasarani took Harambee Stars to the cusp of qualification for next year’s showpiece in Cameroon.And head coach Sebastien Migne has pumped in perhaps the biggest injection of confidence saying the team is on its way to creating a beautiful page in Kenyan football history.last_img read more

City manager spat leads to recall effort

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first_imgLANCASTER – After months of controversy and several meetings drawing standing-room-only crowds, a grass-roots group has launched a recall drive against three City Council members accused of trying to fire the city manager. Mayor Henry Hearns, Vice Mayor Andy Visokey and Councilman Ron Smith were served with recall notices at Tuesday night’s council meeting, when they were slated to discuss a buyout offer extended to City Manager Bob LaSala. “They have insisted they want to fire our city manager, and every time we turn our backs they try to have a meeting to fire him, and people keep showing up to let them know it’s not going to be that way,” said Darleen Peterson, a recall leader. Because Hearns and Visokey are up for re-election in April – less than six months from now – they are ineligible for recall, according to the city clerk. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.That leaves Smith as the lone target for critics, who have launched a Web site, www.lancasterrecall.com. Asked his stance on LaSala’s future, Smith declined to comment. However, he said he welcomed a public discussion of his record. “The people of Lancaster elected me to put more cops on the street and make the city safer, to bring in tax dollars with retail and dining, and to protect their tax dollars. Those have been my main differences with Mr. LaSala,” Smith said. “I’m not going to let a handful of malcontents stop me from fulfilling my promises to the people who elected me.” And while Hearns and Visokey cannot be recalled, they defended their records on the five-member council. “For my whole life, all I’ve done is try to pull people together,” Hearns said. “I’ve done everything I can do to be a good council member, vice mayor and mayor.” They also denied they have been trying to fire LaSala, with Visokey saying he wants the $248,000-a-year executive to remain “as long as we can work as a six-member team.” LaSala, who was hired in January 2005, said he considers his relationship with the council to be “amiable, cordial and respectful.” He declined to comment on the recall effort, saying it would be “inappropriate.” The council had been scheduled Tuesday to discuss why a $3,500-a-day consultant hired “to bring clear resolution to the somewhat difficult working relationship” between the council and LaSala extended a buyout offer to the city manager. The item was tabled because City Attorney Dave McEwen was out of town. The rift developed after a clash in January between LaSala and Frank Visco, the former chairman of the state Republican Party and a powerful developer in the Antelope Valley. Visco and his business partner, former City Manager Jim Gilley, have proposed building Amargosa Creek, a 150-acre retail and office project that would also include a hospital. After Visco complained that LaSala was taking too long to get the project approved, the City Council voted to prohibit the city manager from negotiating with other Amargosa developers. That task was reassigned to the city attorney and a consultant. “We did feel like that should be pushed faster,” Hearns said. “That’s why we want to use the city attorney to push faster and bring it back to Mr. LaSala. We are not leaving him out of the picture.” karen.maeshiro@dailynews.com (661) 476-4586 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Glenfin GAA: Liam Breen is named new senior manager

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first_imgLotto winning numbers for the 13/12/2016 are 4-1-7-8-3-5-6-2. Jackpot for the 20/12/2016 is €4900.00The senior board AGM was held in the Club house on Sunday the 18th of December. The following were elected and best of luck to everyone in their roles:Honorary President – John McMahon President – Fr. Lorcan SharkeyChairperson – Paddy DohertyVice Chairperson – James QuinnSecretary – Jackie O’Meara Assistant Secretary – Ann McKennaTreasurer – Sean BonnerAssistant Treasurer – Seamus HerronP.R.O – Seamus WardRegistrar – Kathleen McGlynn Oifegeach na Gaelige – Patricia O’ConnorYouth/School Liaison Officer – Paul McGlynnHealth & Wellbeing Officer – Karen GuthrieChildren’s Officer – Frank Ward County Board Delegate – James Quinn, Paddy Doherty & Sean BonnerNorthern Board Delegate – Brendan Carr & Paul McGlynnSenior Mens Team Manager – Liam BreenReserves Team Manager – Paddy DohertySenior C Team Manager – William McGlynnUnder 21 Team Manager – Frank WardSenior ladies team Manager – Francie MartinSenior Referee – Paddy McKeever & Barry McMonagleGate Persons – Peadar Scanlon, Paddy Foy, Danny O Donnell, William McGlynn, John McKenna & John McGintyUmpires & Lines people – Pat O’Connor – Sean Bonner – Gerry Marley & Michael BonnerThe club thanked Ann McKenna who stepped down as Club Secretary after 16 years of service.Handball training on Mondays from 6.30 -8.00 for children born 2004-2008Underage training for children born in 2009, 2010 and 2011 on Wednesday night from 6.00-7.00Club Gear is available in all sizes. To order contact Kate McGlynn on 0877952880, Sean Bonner on 0872608539, Francie F Marley on 0872414714 or Jackie OMeara on 0871222112.Any club member or manager wanting to put information into the Club notes can do so by sending it to seamusward61@gmail.com or textingGlenfin GAA: Liam Breen is named new senior manager was last modified: December 19th, 2016 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:glenfinlast_img read more

Leicester vs Everton: Match preview, confirmed line-ups and live commentary

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first_img Real Madrid ‘offer’ Isco to Chelsea in bid to ‘make room’ for Tottenham star 3 shining Jamie Vardy celebrates scoring against Everton last season. Everton got a 3-0 win over Fulham in their last Premier League game as they begin to bounce back from losses to Arsenal and West Ham, while Leicester are on the up after wins over Newcastle United and Huddersfield Town. gameday cracker Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card REVEALED Latest Premier League News Claude Puel chats to defender Harry Maguire. silverware REVEALED Marco Silva (Everton): “It will be tough game for sure. It is always tough to play there. They are a good side, with good players and fast players in the attack line, a strong team.“They have solved many, many games with set-pieces. A good example is last time [against Newcastle], they won the game with two corners and one penalty so they are strong in that moment.“We have already analysed them, we know where they are strong but we know some places where we can win some advantages if we prepare well and we will go there to win the match.” deals REAL DEAL 3 England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won talkSPORT 2 has full commentary of Saturday’s Premier League clash between Leicester and Everton, coming live from the King Power Stadium.And why wouldn’t you? It’s set up to be an intriguing match with both sides keen to win and kick-start their seasons after mixed openings.center_img Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury tense Everton boss Marco Silva gesticulates. no dice Man United transfer news live: Haaland ‘wants a change’, two players off in January Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Where can you listen?talkSPORT2 brings you full commentary of Leicester City vs Everton, kick-off 3pm (UK time). Click here for Leicester vs Everton live streamWhat are the managers saying?Claude Puel (Leicester): “We must maintain our consistency but Everton have a consistent and quality squad and it will be a tough game for us, a good test.“There is not much between the two teams in the league table and this is an important part of the season because a game can make a big difference in this moment of the season.“They have good attributes and good players and good ambition, as we saw in the transfer window in the summer when they were busy. They play the ball on the floor and are technically good.” Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City 📋 | Team news is in and here’s how the Toffees are lining up today…1️⃣ First #PL start for @b_10duarte. @richarlison97 up top.🦊 v 🔵 #EFCawayday pic.twitter.com/IKf2iUjIx1— Everton (@Everton) October 6, 2018 Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT 3 Team newsDemarai Gray remains absent for Leicester City, along with Matty James, while Puel has made alterations in defence and midfield.Everton are still without Andre Gomes (hamstring), Yerry Mina (foot), and Seamus Coleman (foot).Confirmed XIs huge blow Here’s the #lcfc team to play Everton this afternoon! 👥 #LeiEve pic.twitter.com/ld0c3A1R43— Leicester City (@LCFC) October 6, 2018 Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? last_img read more

Madison Leaves A Legacy Of Leadership At Drake

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first_imgBy Giovanna Zavell – Drake Athletic Communications Student AssistantThis story originally appeared in the Feb. 17-27 edition of the Drake Men’s Basketball Gameday Program.Leaders come in all shapes and sizes and the Drake men’s basketball team has been lucky to benefit from a natural-born leader for six years in Karl Madison. Given the opportunity to play for the Bulldogs for his sixth year while receiving his masters degree proved to be a very important year for Madison.”I have been blessed to get this year back and play again when I didn’t think I would be able to,” Madison said.Madison began his career at Drake by taking a redshirt his freshman year due to a knee injury. He was able to get back in the game his sophomore year but then saw limited action his junior year due to another injury. Although these two key injuries set Madison back two years, they didn’t set back his determination or his strong role on the team.”Karl has been a real leader on the team,” said head coach Ray Giacoletti. “I think everybody uses that word too much, but Karl is different. He has great leadership skills and does an amazing job talking and communicating. In today’s world, there aren’t a whole lot of people who talk the way he does anymore.”Both on and off the court, Madison proves to be a role model for his teammates. Whether it is remembering a specific play or offering guidance on how to balance school and basketball, he has become the go-to-guy.”Karl has been my mentor since day one,” teammate C.J. Rivers said. “He took me under his wing and showed me what to do and how to do it. We play the same position and have sort of the same role, so I appreciate him for helping me take that step between playing high school basketball to learning how to play college basketball.”His legacy may not be left in the numbers, but his legacy is truly left in his personality, his character and especially his dedication to the team.”I want to leave a legacy at Drake knowing I was a leader and a person who put the team first,” Madison said. “Being the oldest guy on the team, I try and help out the younger players as much as I can. Some of the guys call me grandpa or big brother of the team, which is fine because I like to help them in any way possible.”True colors appear during times of adversity, which Giacoletti calls the truth serum. Madison describes himself as a tough-minded individual, which surely lends a hand during tough situations. By being a vocal leader, he is able to bring the team back together and help them deal with the difficult times. His true colors are “inspirational” and “a good direction to follow according to Giacoletti.Although the team and fans know of his leadership on the court, there is an aspect of that he believes goes unnoticed. The reason being is because fans and coaches are not present for this act of leadership. It happens in the locker room, before game time or after practice, exclusively between Madison and his teammates.”I don’t really talk about it much,” Madison said. “It is something I want to do for the team. Most people don’t hear my locker room talk; the coaches aren’t in there much so they don’t see it either. I just help the guys with whatever they need. On the road, in hotels and off the court, any issues, I can always help them.””He holds things together when the coaches aren’t in the locker room,” Giacoletti said. “My three years being here I have never had to worry about what is being said in the locker room because I know he will act as the voice and say the right thing to steer the conversation from going in a different direction. There is no selfishness with Karl, it is always about the team.”Giacoletti also explains Madison’s role as being unique to the younger players’ learning and adjusting. Being at Drake for six years, he has gone through highs and lows and those experiences are something he shares with the younger guys on the team to give them an understanding of what he has been through and how he made it through. This unique situation with a sixth-year senior on the roster is something that does not happen very often and Madison’s influence is easily seen on his teammates.Off the court, Madison is earning his masters degree in public administration. As an undergrad, he studied law politics and society and originally wanted to become a lawyer. However, when law school started to appear on the horizon, Madison decided it would be too difficult to play basketball and attend law school, so he decided to follow in the footsteps of his mother where he could follow one of his greatest prides.”My mom worked in human relations,” Madison said. “I heard a lot of stories of how she helped people. I decided this was the position for me. It was a job where I could continue to be a leader but in a different setting. I would be able to carry over the characteristics of leadership I hold on the court into the business world.”Of course, basketball is a very important part of the future, but Madison knows that someday his career as an athlete will have to come to an end. His ideal future job would be working in human resources or a position in which he can continue to mentor others.Moving forward in life and leaving his Drake family behind, Madison knows the team is on an upward trajectory and will only get better from here.”I know this team will be great,” Madison said. “We’ve had a rocky year but the team is young, and they will all be returning next year. The sky is the limit for this team as long as they are able to come together. I always remind my teammates when they are complaining about practice being too long or playing basketball too long that I had two key injuries that set me back a couple of years. But that didn’t stop me. I tell the guys to always remember that you have no idea if this will be your last game or your last practice. Take everyday as if it were your last day and cherish it.”Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

Chelsea v Southampton: Cahill back

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first_imgCaptain Gary Cahill returns to the Chelsea starting line-up after missing Saturday’s FA Cup semi-final because of illness.Diego Costa and Eden Hazard, who started on the bench at the weekend, return to the side, while Cesc Fabregas is selected ahead of Pedro, who is among the substitutes.Former Chelsea man Oriol Romeu returns for Southampton after completing a suspension, but the visitors are without the injured Sam McQueen.Chelsea: Courtois; Azpilicueta, David Luiz, Cahill; Moses, Kante, Matic, Alonso; Fabregas, Costa, HazardSubs: Begovic, Ake, Terry, Chalobah, Willian, Pedro, Batshuayi.Southampton: Forster, Cédric, Stephens, Yoshida, Bertrand, Romeu, Davis, Ward-Prowse, Tadić, Boufal, Gabbiadini.Subs: Hassen, Caceres, Clasie, Hojbjerg, Long, Redmond, Rodriguez.   Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Urologists: Men, Forget the Blue Pill! This “Destroys” ED x ‘Genius Pill’ Used By Rich Americans Now Available In Netherlands! x What She Did to Lose Weight Stuns Doctors: Do This Daily Before Bed! x Men, You Don’t Need the Blue Pill if You Do This x One Cup of This (Before Bed) Burns Belly Fat Like Crazy! x Drink This Before Bed, Watch Your Body Fat Melt Like Crazy x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more