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  • Anyone for pitch and putt in Stenson Park?

    first_imgWhatsApp Advertisement Previous article‘Who are you kidding’ seeks contestantsNext articleNo rest for the weary as Kidney names 33 for summer tour admin Linkedin Balls swallowed up in potholes – A picture can tell a thousand words, as shown by Gerry Neill and his caddy, Darragh Neill, on what they have termed Hole 196, at Stenson Park, off High Road, Thomondgate.They have brought to attention the ongoing problem of potholes in their estate, and refer to this one as the bottomless pit, so deep it swallows the ball. Indeed, the avenues are so laden with potholes that a game of pitch and putt is possible.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Stenson Park will have to wait until mid June before any move can be made by Limerick City Council to commence road treatment works.The number of potholes has sprouted all over the housing estate and they have grown progressively deeper and more dangerous to motorists safety.They are also causing damage to tyres (with many tyre blowouts), and in many cases are forcing residents to swerve across the road in an effort to avoid them. Councillors for the city’s northside have repeatedly demanded, as a matter of extreme urgency, that some form, even a temporary road improvement project be carried out without delay.The matter was again raised at an area meeting in City Hall this week, but despite the mounting frustration of residents, Cllr Maurice Quinlivan, who resides in Stenson Park, and is confronted with the issue on a daily basis, told the Limerick Post:“We have to wait until June 17, which is the expiry date for any objections to be submitted against the city council’s taking in charge of Stenson Park.“This was advertised recently and is part of the legal process required, but if no objections are submitted, by that date, the taking in charge process can then go ahead”.However, that, according to the councillor, does not automatically mean that a comprehensive roadworks programme will then be rolled out for Stenson Park.“It’s a question of funding, but I believe that some has been put aside to get the pothole problem tackled. Work will have to get underway at the very earliest date to treat these highly dangerous potholes which are making life very difficult for the residents, and for anyone going in or out of the estate”.Residents of Stenson Park Gerry Neill and his Caddy Darragh Neill on “HOLE’’ 196 of Stenson Park’s new pitch and putt course.  Printcenter_img Facebook Email Twitter NewsLocal NewsAnyone for pitch and putt in Stenson Park?By admin – May 19, 2010 858 last_img read more

  • Women’s water polo thunders to 47th straight win

    first_imgA lot has happened since the women’s water polo team past played a game at home. In the last six weeks, the Trojans have traveled across the Southland, up north and to the islands of Hawaii, tacking on 13 more wins to regain the top spot in every national poll and setting a new national women’s water polo record with their 47th consecutive victory over spring break.On Thursday, that streak was extended to 49 in a row as the No. 1 Trojans (22-0) defeated visiting No. 10 Princeton (16-2) in a non-conference tilt, 12-3, at the Uytengsu Aquatics Center.The Trojans were posed with a tough task in going up against Princeton goalkeeper Ashleigh Johnson, who had been averaging just 3.5 goals-against per game this season after leading Team USA to a gold medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics. However, not even she could stop a blistering Trojan offense that came out of the gates on fire in the first half.Four different Trojans scored in the opening frame to give USC a quick 6-0 advantage, led by freshman utility Maud Megens’ hat trick. In the second period, solid defending resulted in numerous field blocks and steals that led to USC goals, including strikes from senior two-meter Brigitta Games and junior utility Hayley McKelvey. Eventually, two more goals by Megens extended the lead to 10-1, as she accounted for half of USC’s goals scored by the end of the half.It was a defensive battle in the third frame, as the Trojans were held to just one goal scored by freshman driver Denise Mammolito with 48 seconds left. However, USC also held Princeton scoreless to take the commanding 11-1 lead into the final period. Princeton would punch in two more goals, but one more score by junior driver Brianna Daboub would make the final tally 12-3 in favor of the Trojans. In all, seven different Trojans scored on the afternoon, led by Megens with five goals and Daboub with two.Although Megens’ hot hand helped the Trojans outpace the Tigers on the offensive end, she credits her team’s passing and defense as the difference makers in Thursday’s match.“I think we started with good defense as a team, and from that defense we had fast breaks and some good transitions,” Megens said. “We got some great passes from side to side and we really made their goalie move, which allowed us to score.”Daboub, too, noted that the defensive adjustments the team made before and during the game were key in the victory.“I think when we were back in Hawaii last week, we kind of got away from the fundamentals and our defense,” Daboub said. “So this week, we really focused on getting back to the fundamentals on defense and just doing the little things right, and I thought today was a much better effort on everyone’s part.”And while much of the hype surrounded the Tigers’ goalie on the defensive end, it was USC’s pair of netminders who stole the show. Sophomore goalkeeper Amanda Longan put up seven saves in the first half, while junior goalie Victória Chamorro had four saves in the cage to close out the game.With the victory, the Trojans remain perfect on the season at 22-0 and improve to 3-0 all-time against the Tigers, while the visitors fall to 16-2 overall and had their four-match winning streak snapped by USC.The Trojans will now get to stay in their home water for the weekend as they gear up for a pair of matches at the Uytengsu Aquatics Center this Saturday. The doubleheader will begin with a conference tilt against No. 14 San Jose State (9-13) at 1 p.m. PST, followed directly after by a non-conference match against No. 18 Hartwick (10-5) at approximately 2:30 p.m. PST. USC owns a combined 42-0 record against the two opponents in the all-time series and will look to extend its record-winning streak to 51 games in a row.last_img read more

  • Mount Sentinel Wildcats continue to build experience following narrow loss to top-ranked Immaculata in final of Kootenay Volleyball Classic

    first_imgThe Mount Sentinel Wildcats played well but could not match the experience of two-ranked Immaculata of Kelowna in the final of the Kootenay Volleyball Classic Saturday at the South Slocan-based school.Immaculata defeated Mount Sentinel 25-18, 25-16 to sweep the final in straight games.“Although we stumbled a little, this was an excellent weekend for us,” said Mount Sentinel coach Joe Moreira.“We had an opportunity to play Immaculata two times in meaningful games, and we left each match feeling pretty good about our progress as a young team (with no Grade 12s).”Mount Sentinel finished the round robin in second spot behind the Kelowna-based school. The Wildcats lost 25-22 & 25-21 to Immaculata.The only other blemish on a rather good-looking record during the preliminary round was a sad result against Fernie Falcons.“We lost rather badly to a Fernie team that was stronger than we anticipated and were full value in beating us 19-25, 25-9, 15-9,” Moreira lamented.Mount Sentinel was able to rebound during the playoffs, outlasting Selkirk Storm of Kimberley in hard-fought three-set match — 22-25, 26-24, 15-9.Immaculata got past Fernie in two sets.In the final Mount Sentinel played well, but could not match the stronger more experienced Kelowna school.“We played to win,” said Moreira. “We were confident and aggressive. In this one we lost to a stronger team.”The Cats, ranked sixth overall in the most recent B.C. High School A Girl’s Volleyball rankings, continue to play tournaments in preparation for zone playoffs in November.last_img read more

  • GARDAI IN THREE-DAY TRIP TO ARRANMORE ISLAND

    first_imgGARDAI have spent the Bank Holiday weekend on Arranmore Island.Officers travelled to the island – which doesn’t have a permanent Garda presence – on Friday and returned to the mainland on Monday.It’s understood they were on the island as part of routine checks of vehicles and car tax.  GARDAI IN THREE-DAY TRIP TO ARRANMORE ISLAND was last modified: May 7th, 2013 by BrendaShare 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:GARDAI IN THREE-DAY TRIP TO ARRANMORE ISLANDlast_img read more

  • Eye emergencies

    first_imgDefinitionEye emergencies include cuts, scratches, objects in the eye, burns, chemical exposure, and blunt injuries to the eye or eyelid. Certain eye infections and other medical conditions, such as blood clots or glaucoma, may also need prompt medical care. Since the eye is easily damaged, any of these conditions can lead to vision loss if untreated.ConsiderationsIt is important to get medical attention for all major eye or eyelid injuries and problems. Eye problems (such as a painful red eye) that are not due to injury still need urgent medical attention.Causes A black eye is usually caused by direct trauma to the eye or face. The bruise is caused by bleeding under the skin. The tissue around the eye turns black and blue, gradually becoming purple, green, and yellow over several days. The abnormal color disappears within 2 weeks. Swelling of the eyelid and tissue around the eye may also occur.Certain types of skull fractures can cause bruising around the eyes, even without direct injury to the eye.Sometimes, serious damage to the eye itself occurs from the pressure of a swollen eyelid or face. A hyphema is blood in the front area of the eye. Trauma is a common cause and is often due to a direct hit to the eye from a ball.Chemical injuriesA chemical injury to the eye can be caused by a work-related accident. It can also be caused by common household products, such as cleaning solutions, garden chemicals, solvents, or many other types of chemicals. Fumes and aerosols can also cause chemical burns.With acid burns, the haze on the cornea often clears and there is a good chance of recovery.Alkaline substances — such as lime, lye, drain cleaners, and sodium hydroxide found in refrigeration equipment — may cause permanent damage to the cornea.It is important to flush out the eye with clean water or salt water (saline) while seeking urgent medical care.Eyelid and eye cutsadvertisementAn injury to the eyelid may be a sign of severe injury to the eye itself.Foreign object in the eye and corneal injuriesThe cornea is the clear (transparent) tissue covering the front of the eye.Dust, sand, and other debris can easily enter the eye. Persistent pain, sensitivity to light, and redness are signs that treatment is needed.A foreign body in the eye may threaten vision if the object enters the eye itself or damages the cornea or lens. Foreign bodies thrown at high speed by machining, grinding, or hammering metal have the highest risk of injuring the eye.SymptomsDepending on the type of injury, any of the following symptoms may be present:Bleeding or other discharge from or around the eyeBruisingDecreased visionDouble visionEye painHeadacheItchy eyesLoss of vision, total or partial, one eye or bothPupils of unequal sizeRedness — bloodshot appearanceSensation of something in the eyeSensitivity to lightStinging or burning in the eyeFirst AidTake prompt action and follow the steps below if you or someone else has an eye-related injury.SMALL OBJECT ON THE EYE OR EYELIDThe eye will often clear itself of tiny objects, like eyelashes and sand, through blinking and tearing. If not, take these steps:Tell the person not to rub the eye. Wash your hands before examining it.Examine the eye in a well-lighted area. To find the object, have the person look up and down, then from side to side.If you cannot find the object, grasp the lower eyelid and gently pull down on it to look under the lower eyelid. To look under the upper lid, you can place a clean cotton-tipped swab on the outside of the upper lid and gently flip the lid over the cotton swab.If the object is on an eyelid, try to gently flush it out with clean water. If that does not work, try touching a second cotton-tipped swab to the object to remove it.If the object is on the eye, try gently rinsing the eye with clean water. If available, use an eye dropper positioned above the outer corner of the eye. Do not touch the eye itself with the cotton swab.A scratchy feeling or other minor discomfort may continue after removing eyelashes and other tiny objects. This will go away within a day or two. If the person continues to have discomfort or blurred vision, get medical help.OBJECT STUCK OR EMBEDDED IN EYELeave the object in place. Do nottry to remove the object. Do nottouch it or apply any pressure to it.Calm and reassure the person.Wash your hands.Bandage both eyes. If the object is large, place a paper cup or cone over the injured eye and tape it in place. Cover the uninjured eye with gauze or a clean cloth. If the object is small, cover both eyes with a clean cloth or sterile dressing. Even if only one eye is affected, covering both eyes will help prevent eye movement.Get medical help right away. Do not delay.CHEMICALS IN THE EYEadvertisementFlush with cool tap water right away. Turn the persons head so the injured eye is down and to the side. Holding the eyelid open, allow running water from the faucet to flush the eye for 15 minutes.If both eyes are affected, or if the chemicals are also on other parts of the body, have the person take a shower.If the person is wearing contact lenses and the lenses did not flush out from the running water, have the person try to remove the contacts after the flushing procedure.Continue to flush the eye with clean water or saline while seeking urgent medical attention.Seek medical help right away. Do not delay.EYE CUTS, SCRATCHES, OR BLOWSGently apply cold compresses to reduce swelling and help stop bleeding. Do notapply pressure to control bleeding.If blood is pooling in the eye, cover both eyes with a clean cloth or sterile dressing.Seek medical help right away. Do not delay.EYELID CUTSCarefully wash the eye. Place a patch over the eye. If the cut is bleeding, apply gentle pressure with a clean, dry cloth until the bleeding stops.Rinse with water, cover with a clean dressing, and place a cold compress on the dressing to reduce pain and swelling.Seek medical help right away. Do not delay.Do NotDO NOTDo not press or rub an injured eye.Do not remove contact lenses unless rapid swelling is occurring, there is a chemical injury and the contacts did not come out with the water flush, or you cannot get prompt medical help.Do not attempt to remove a foreign body or any object that appears to be embedded in any part of the eye. Get medical help promptly.Do not use cotton swabs, tweezers, or anything else on the eye itself. Cotton swabs should only be used on the eyelid.When to Contact a Medical ProfessionalSeek emergency medical care if:There appears to be a scratch, cut, or something has gone into (penetrated) the eyeballAny chemical gets into the eyeThe eye is painful and redNausea or headache occur with the eye pain (this may be a symptom of glaucoma or stroke)There is any change in vision (such as blurred or double vision)There is uncontrollable bleedingPreventionSupervise children carefully. Teach them how to be safe.Always wear protective eye gear when:Using power tools, hammers, or other striking toolsWorking with toxic chemicalsCycling or participating in sports where there is a high likelihood of injury to the eye, such as indoor racket sportsReferencesadvertisement Henley GW. Eye emergencies. In: Wolfson AB, Hendey GW, Ling LJ, Rosen CL, eds. Harwood-Nuss’ Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine. 6th ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2009:chap 54-61.Sharma R, Brunette DD. Ophthalmology. In: Marx JA, Hockberger RS, Walls RM, et al., eds. Rosen’s Emergency Medicine: Concepts and Clinical Practice. 7th ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Elsevier Mosby; 2009:chap 69.Review Date:5/9/2013Reviewed By:Jacob L. Heller, MD, MHA, Emergency Medicine, Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle, Washington. Also reviewed by A.D.A.M. Health Solutions, Ebix, Inc., Editorial Team: David Zieve, MD, MHA, Bethanne Black, Stephanie Slon, and Nissi Wang.last_img read more

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to come with S8-like infinity display, no physical home button

    first_imgWhile there still may be some time left for the launch of the Samsung’s upcoming flagship Galaxy Note 8, the rumours and leaks around it just won’t stop pouring in. The device has been subjected to numerous leaks in recent past days and a fresh leaked render has once again surfaced online.According to the images leaked by Slashleaks, the alleged Galaxy Note 8 is seen without any bezels on side and instead sports an S8-like infinity display. Previous rumours suggest that the upcoming Note 8 may feature a 6.3-inch display screen with an aspect ratio of 18.5:9. Further, the phone in the leaked image is seen flaunting thin bezels at the top and bottom. Also there are no slits for the earpiece grille in the image. As rumoured in the past also, the physical home button is seen missing in the picture.The leaked render also shows off a power button on the right edge while the left edge holds two buttons- one could be the volume rocker while the other possibly could be the Bixby button.There are rumours that the South Korean tech giant may announce the smartphone sometime around September. Here are some of the other important  features of the Galaxy Note 8 that have been leaked or rumoured so far.4K infinity display: Note 8 is purported  to come with a 6.3 inch 4K display curved on two sides and an aspect ratio of 18.5:9. This means that the resolution may be somewhere close to 2160p. The 4K display was recently seen in Sony’s Xperia XZ Premium.advertisementAlso Read: Samsung Galaxy Note 8 rumour roundup: Dual camera, curved 4K display and no physical home buttonDual camera: If rumours are to be believed then the Note 8 may come with dual cameras on the rear making it the first Samsung device to come with dual cameras.  The phablet is expected to come with 12MP wide-angle CIS dual camera and a 13MP telephoto CIS. There are also talks that the device could come with 3X optical zoom, dual 6P lenses and  a 5-axis optical image stabilization.Optical Fingerprint scanner:  A feature that is also rumoured to come with iPhone 8, optical fingerprint scanner allows for the sensor to be placed beneath the glass or display and yet detect the fingerprint. There are rumours that the Galaxy Note 8 could come with front-mounted optical fingerprint scanner.Android 7.1.1. and Android O: Since the Note 8 is rumoured to debut in September, it is obvious that the device would run Android 7.1.1.  and Android O.  This means that the phablet could run the same OS as seen in Galaxy S8 and S8+.Not much is known about the inner hardware but rumours are that the phone could come with Exynos 8895 for Asian markets and Snapdragon 835 for the US. Also, you can expect 6GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage in the device.last_img read more

  • Son double leads Spurs to victory

    first_imgTottenham 2 Huddersfield Town 0: Son double helps Spurs warm up for Juventus Joe Wright Last updated 1 year ago 00:53 3/4/18 son heung-min - cropped Getty Images Tottenham kept their top-four chase on track with a routine 2-0 win over Huddersfield Town, just four days before they host Juventus. Two goals from Son Heung-min gave Tottenham a comfortable 2-0 Premier League win over Huddersfield Town on Saturday.The South Korea international struck in each half to give the home side all three points at Wembley and move them into third in the table, at least temporarily.Spurs, who have won their last seven games against Huddersfield in all competitions and are unbeaten in 34 league meetings with promoted teams, rarely looked troubled against a visiting side who lost the reverse fixture 4-0 in September. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Manager Mauricio Pochettino named a strong team, despite the looming visit of Juventus in the Champions League, and they took full advantage of some early dominance through Son’s stylish finish just before the half-hour mark.The 25-year-old headed in his second after the break to make the win safe, as Spurs climbed a point above Liverpool, who face Newcastle United later on Saturday.Huddersfield, meanwhile, remain just three points outside the relegation zone with nine matches remaining.13 – Son Heung-Min has been directly involved in 13 goals in his last 11 Premier League appearances at Wembley (nine goals, four assists). Arch.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) March 3, 2018Son was the most dangerous player during Spurs’ control of the ball in the opening 20 minutes, with goalkeeper Jonas Lossl doing well to save at Harry Kane’s feet after one of the former Bayer Leverkusen man’s driving runs down the left.Christian Eriksen stung Lossl’s hands as Spurs pressure began to build, and they finally broke the deadlock 27 minutes in, with Son rounding the goalkeeper before drilling home left-footed after Dele Alli’s pass sent him clean through on goal. pic.twitter.com/0SUazQBVbl— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) March 3, 2018The visitors were trying to hit on the break but could barely bring the ball out of their own half, such was Spurs’ dominance, and their difficult first 45 minutes was made worse by the loss of both Collin Quaner and Alex Pritchard to injury.Referee Kevin Friend, who had to replace the injured Mike Jones at the start of the match, waved away strong penalty appeals from Son early in the second half after the prostrate Terence Kongolo grabbed at his leg, although the Spurs forward should really have been penalised for being offside.Hugo Lloris saved well from Tom Ince on the break but Huddersfield’s hopes of a point were extinguished 54 minutes in, as Son headed Kane’s bouncing cross from the right beyond the static Lossl and into the net.David Wagner’s side looked resigned to their defeat and Spurs took the chance to rest some key players before Juve’s visit on Wednesday, with Son departing to a standing ovation from the home crowd.Kane had a strangely quiet outing and volleyed a good chance wide in the closing stages, but Pochettino looked largely unconcerned by the miss, with his thoughts now turning to that showdown with the Serie A champions. Key Opta Stats:- Since a 1-4 loss to Manchester City in December, Tottenham have remained unbeaten in 11 Premier League games, winning eight – the longest current run in the division.- Huddersfield have failed to score in 11 Premier League away games this season; more than any other top-flight side.- Only Kane (39) has been involved in more goals for Spurs in all competitions this season than Son (24 – 15 goals, 9 assists). read morelast_img read more

  • Former Houston mayor shares strategies to reduce homelessness in San Diego

    first_img Categories: Local San Diego News Tags: Annise Parker, County Supervisor Ron Roberts, San Diego City Councilmember Chris Ward FacebookTwitter Posted: March 5, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) — Elected leaders from San Diego and nearly half a dozen cities across San Diego County are being challenged to work together to reduce homelessness.On Monday, in a meeting convened by County Supervisor Ron Roberts and San Diego City Councilmember Chris Ward, the group heard from Annise Parker, who was mayor of the Texas city from 2010 to 2016.Like San Diego, Houston also favors a “Housing First” concept, which focuses on moving people into permanent housing, with added services for those who are mentally ill or need extra support.Parker touted the “Housing First” approach and other efforts as key to reducing the number of unsheltered men and women in Houston by 60 percent over a third year period. March 5, 2018 Sasha Foo Sasha Foo, Former Houston mayor shares strategies to reduce homelessness in San Diegolast_img read more