Millie Turner in action for Bristol City Women FC last season. Images via JMPUK. Turner, who joined the Vixens from Everton in January 2017 has signed for Manchester United for an undisclosed fee. After an impressive first season with Bristol, the midfielder was named as captain for the 2017-2018 Women’s Super League campaign.During her spell with Bristol City Women, the 22 year-old made the step-up to international stage representing England at Under 23 level.Vixens’ General Manager, Kathryn Pacey thanked Turner for her time with the Vixens, “Millie will be sorely missed here at Bristol City Women’s FC not just for her ability on the pitch, but for the character she was at the club.””Despite only being young, she was a great role model and demonstrated a great attitude in everything she did.” “Everyone here at Bristol City Women’s FC wishes Millie every success in the future and knows that she will go on to achieve great things.” “It was a very difficult decision to leave a club so special to me, but I felt it was time to take the next step in my career.””I just want to thank everyone involved with the club, I have enjoyed every second of being a Bristol City player and I can not thank you enough for everything you have done for me.””Bristol city will always hold a very special place in my heart and I wish you all the best for the upcoming season.”, said Turner. Everyone at Bristol City Women FC would like to thank Millie and wish her good luck for the future, we look forward to welcoming her back to the Stoke Gifford Stadium.
The Bristolian-born forward, who recently committed for a second year with the Flyers, will be delivering interventions in the communities of Bristol to tackle inactivity and inequality.Born in Bristol, Rogers came through the ranks at the Flyers and graduated from the SGS basketball academy, making his senior debut in September 2011 at the age of 17 in NBL Division one.He went on to sign a full athletic scholarship with Carson-Newman in NCAA Division two, making 110 appearances during his collegiate career, posting an average of 9.4 points and 6.8 rebounds in his senior year.He now wants to use his success on the court to inspire thousands of people to pick up the ball and start playing basketball. “I have seen how basketball can change lives and inspire people to live active, healthy lives and after returning to the Flyers and seeing the work that the club, Bristol Sport Foundation and the Flyers Community are doing everyday I knew I had to be a part of it,” said Rogers.”When I was growing up playing basketball, I had players who I looked up to, who inspired me to play and now it is my turn to give back to the sport that has given me so much.”
Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook QPR midfielder Leroy Fer has returned to training following a knee injury.The 25-year-old Dutchman has been out of action for two months, having suffered medial ligament damage during the 2-0 win at Sunderland on 10 February.His injury was a particularly big blow for Rangers in their battle against relegation as Fer had been in excellent form – he scored their opening goal in that victory at the Stadium of Light.AdChoices广告Rangers are hopeful that he will return for the derby at West Ham on 25 April along with Richard Dunne, who has been out with a similar injury. See also:Vargas’ season is ended by knee injuryChelsea clash too soon for Rangers’ DunneFer expecting to be fit for West Ham clash
Veteran left-hander Shivnarine Chanderpaul has called time on his illustrious 22-year international career, eight months after being axed from the Test squad.In an email to the West Indies Cricket Board, the 41-year-old indicated he would no longer be available for selection to the senior team.Chanderpaul, who played a record 164 Tests, was controversially axed last May by West Indies selectors following a run of low scores but said at the time he was focused on regaining his place in the side.WICB president Dave Cameron praised the Guyanese’s contribution to the game.The WICB acknowledges the invaluable contribution Shiv has made to the game globally and we wish him all the best,” Cameron said.Chanderpaul amassed 11,867 runs at an average of 51 and lies second on the all-time West Indies list of run-scorers behind Brian Lara who scored 11,953 runs.He struck 30 centuries and 66 half-centuries.Chanderpaul also played 268 One-day Internationals garnering 8,778 runs at an average of 41, and also suited up for 22 Twenty20 Internationals.He also recently contested the Regional Super50 in Trinidad and Tobago.
CAVE HILL, Barbados, CMC – Jonny Bairstow and Rory Burns found form ahead of next week’s first Test, hitting half-centuries on the opening day of the second two-day match against CWI President’s XI here yesterday. The charismatic Bairstow narrowly missed out on a hundred with 98 while opener Burns carved out 68 as the tourists, opting for first knock, were dismissed at the close for 379 in their first innings.Adil Rashid, batting at number 10, chipped in with 48 while Sam Curran got 47 and Chris Woakes, 43. Left-arm seamer Raymon Reifer (3-39) and part-time off-spinner John Campbell (3-58) picked up three wickets apiece on a day of toil for the hosts at the 3W’s Oval here on the outskirts of the city.
London-based organisation Fnatic has launched a limited-edition apparel collection with Hello Kitty.The collection will be available for purchase on November 15th, with more drops following later in 2019.Photo credit: FnaticRELATED: Fnatic bets on LeTou with Dota 2 partnershipSam Mathews, CEO of Fnatic discussed the collaboration in a release: “Hello Kitty is a globally recognised icon – we are excited to work with Sanrio to introduce her to esports and our fans around the world as we continue to seek out, amplify and level-up every gamer on the planet.”Fnatic collaborated with Japanese design and licensing company Sanrio on the collection, which includes joggers, jackets, jerseys, caps, t-shirts, mousepads, stickers, and keycaps.Photo credit: FnaticRELATED: Fnatic extends Rivalry partnership with multi-year dealCraig Takiguchi, COO and Head of Business Development at Sanrio added: “As a leading lifestyle brand and one of the pioneers of esports, Fnatic is great partner for our flagship character as we look into expanding our consumer touchpoints in the gaming space. This fun, yet unexpected collection merges Hello Kitty’s iconic image with Fnatic’s gaming designs for the perfect lifestyle crossover. We look forward to launching this program with Fnatic and debut Hello Kitty to a new audience.”This venture coincides with Fnatic’s launch in Japan this week, with Hello Kitty being a pop icon in the country. The organisation is also partnered with Chillblast, Newzoo, Strafe, OnePlus, AMD, LeTou, and Rivalry.Esports Insider says: This makes a lot of sense considering Fnatic’s launch in Japan, though we recognise that it looks a tad random outside of that context. Nonetheless, the collection won’t be for everybody but we’re sure it’ll be well received for the most part.Follow ESI on Instagram
It would interest you to know that before this morning, most Ghanaians had the records of the most prestigious cup in the annals of Ghanaian football, wrong.On the ultimate Sports Show on Asempa fm, the issue of the number of titles won by each club in the F.A Cup came up, after New Edubiase won the 34th edition of the F.A Cup on Sunday 5th August, 2012. It became necessary to know all the previous winners of the F.A Cup.Pundits have been quick to come out with the following statistics concerning the previous winners based on information from some websites:Number of Titles Clubs9 Hearts of Oak (Accra)8 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)4 Real Republicans (Accra) (1 shared)3 Great Olympics (Accra)2 Cornerstones (Kumasi) (1 shared)1 Eleven Wise (Sekondi)1 Mysterious Dwarfs (Cape Coast)1 Okwahu United (Nkawkaw)1 Ghapoha (Tema)1 Goldfields (Obuasi)1 Hasaacas (Sekondi)1 Voradep (Ho)1 Nania Fc1 New EdubiaseI state with all equivocation that the above list is incorrect because on Sunday 5th August, 1990, Kumasi Asante Kotoko beat Accra Hearts of Oak 4-2, Isaac Kwakye, Joe Debrah and Robert Eshun scored the goals for Kotoko to beat Hearts of Oak whose goals were scored by Yaw Preko and Ablade Kumah in the F.A Cup final. The following day, which is 6th August, 1990 Hearts of Oak lodged a protest with the GFA that Joe Debrah who played a key role in Kotoko’s victory was unqualified because he had yellow cards in OGLCA Cup, League and F.A Cup. The Disciplinary Committee, after sitting on the case declared Kotoko losers on 28th October, 1990 and an appeal by Kotoko was quashed by the Appeals Committee. As a result of this it makes Hearts of Oak the 1990 F.A Cup winners instead of Kotoko.This is the correct winners list of the F.A CupNumber of Titles Clubs10 Hearts of Oak (Accra)7 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)4 Real Republicans (Accra) (1 shared)3 Great Olympics (Accra)2 Cornerstones (Kumasi) (1 shared)1 Eleven Wise (Sekondi)1 Mysterious Dwarfs (Cape Coast)1 Okwahu United (Nkawkaw)1 Ghapoha (Tema)1 Goldfields (Obuasi)1 Hasaacas (Sekondi)1 Voradep (Ho)1 Nania Fc1 New EdubiaseFull list of Cup the F.A Cup WinnersSeason Winners Runners-Up1958 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi) 4-2 Hearts of Oak (Accra) [Aspro Cup]1959 Cornerstones (Kumasi) Great Ashantis (Kumasi)1960 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi) 3-2 Hearts of Oak (Accra)1961/62 Real Republicans (Accra) 0-0 Replay 1-1,Replay 2-1 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)1962/63 Real Republicans (Accra) 1-1 Repay 2-0 Cornerstones (Kumasi)1963/64 Real Republicans (Accra) Great Ashantis (Kumasi)1965 Real Republicans (Accra) and Cornerstones (Kumasi) [shared] (After matches ended in a drawn game twice)1966 competition abandoned1967 not played1968 Mysterious Dwarfs (Cape Coast) 4-2 Mighty Eagles (Ho)1969/70 not played1970/71 abandoned at semi-final stage1972 not played1973 Hearts of Oak (Accra) 2-2 replay 2-0 Akotex (Akosombo)1974 Hearts of Oak (Accra) 4-0 All Blacks (Swedru)1975 Great Olympics (Accra) 2-1 Brong-Ahofu United (Sunyani)1976 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi) 1-0 Eleven Wise (Sekondi)1977 not played1978 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi) 7-1 Gold Stars (Tarkwa)1979 Hearts of Oak (Accra) Eleven Wise (Sekondi)1980 no competition [other sources: Hasaacas (Sekondi)]1981 Hearts of Oak (Accra) 2-2 Replay 1-0 Real Tamale United1982 Eleven Wise (Sekondi) 1-0 Hasaacas (Sekondi)1983 Great Olympics (Accra) 3-0 Tano Bafoakwa (Sunyani)1984 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi) 1-0 Goldfields (Obuasi)1985 Hasaacas (Sekondi) 2-0 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)1986 Okwahu United (Nkawkaw) Real Tamale United1987 no competition [other sources: Hearts of Oak (Accra)]1988 no competition [other sources: Hearts of Oak (Accra)]1989 Hearts of Oak (Accra) 1-1 Cornerstones (Kumasi) [4-1 pen]1989/90 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi) 4-2 Hearts of Oak (Accra)1990/91 no competition [other sources: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)]1991/92 Voradep (Ho) 2-2 Neoplan Stars (Kumasi) [3-2 pen]1992/93 Goldfields (Obuasi) 0-0 (4-3 penalties) Mysterious Dwarfs (Cape Coast)1993/94 Hearts of Oak (Accra) 2-1 Mysterious Dwarfs (Cape Coast)1994/95 Great Olympics (Accra) 1-0 Hearts of Oak (Accra)1995/96 Hearts of Oak (Accra) 1-0 Ghapoha (Tema)1996/97 Ghapoha (Tema) 1-0 Okwahu United (Nkawkaw)1997/98 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi) 1-0 Real Tamale United1999 Hearts of Oak (Accra) 3-1 Great Olympics2000 Hearts of Oak (Accra) 2-0 Okwahu United (Nkawkaw)2001 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi) 1-0 King Faisal (Kumasi) [aet]2010/2011 Nania fc 1-0 Asante Kotoko2011/2012 New Edubiase 1-0 Ashgold The information is very credible and authentic, because I have set the following records straight and no one has been able to challenge any of them.(1) I came out that Agyeman Badu’s nation cup goal against Guinea in the AFCON 2012, was not Ghana’s 100th nations cup, but it was our 99th AFCON goal after everybody thought it was our 100th goal in the nations cup.(2) I challenged Kotoko’s 22nd league title and now everybody has accepted the fact that it was Kotoko’s 21st league title, including Kotoko express, the official mouth piece of Kotoko.(3) I set the records straight about Ghana’s highest victory and heaviest defeat.(4) I set the records straight about the previous winners of the SWAG Awards.
BOONE, Iowa – IMCA Modified and Super Nationals veteran Chad Wernette was the winner of a drawing for a complimentary 2017 competitor’s license.The Sheridan, Mich., driver’s name was drawn from among those returning a survey following the 2016 IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s.“What we enjoy most about Super Nationals is the people,” said Wernette, elected to the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational field in 2010. “We keep trying to get better every year.”He’ll be a regular at Crystal Motor Speedway again this season and plans occasional starts at I-96 Speedway and Tri-City Motor Speedway as well.
Jeremy Schultz led the entire Alpha Media IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car feature flag to flag to win his first race of the year. ARLINGTON, Minn. (Aug. 17) – Brad Becker has tried weekly to unseat Eckblad Trucking IMCA Hobby Stock foe Cory Probst in victory lane and finally got the job done Saturday at Arlington Raceway. Brad Becker as the Saturday night IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock winner at Arlington Raceway. (Photo by Sarah Moriarty) Becker started seventh and took the lead from Scott Koep on the fourth lap in the flag-to-flag race. Koep maintained second throughout the race with Luke Trebelhorn third and Probst following in fourth. Justin Dose was first across the line in the Coors Light IMCA Sport Compact feature to win ahead of Alex Dostal and pick up his first trophy of the year. Brandon Beckendorf won the MN 93 IMCA Modified feature, Dean Cornelius paced the B&B Racing Chassis IMCA Stock Car main and Matthew Looft collected the Unhinged Pizza IMCA Northern SportMod checkers.
Stoneman Douglas school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz found to be indigent, will keep public defender
Amy Beth Bennett-Pool/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Florida Judge Elizabeth Scherer has found Nikolas Cruz to be indigent and the 19-year-old will keep his public defender, the State Attorney’s Office told ABC News today.Cruz is accused of fatally shooting 17 students and staff of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, on Feb. 14.This is a breaking news story. Please check back for updates.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Related