Home » Archive by category gehcjzoa

Golar Power to Provide FSRU for Brazilian LNG Terminal

first_imgBermuda-registered company Golar Power will be providing a floating storage regasification unit (FSRU) for a new LNG terminal at the Port of Vila do Conde, in Barcarena, Brazil.The terminal will be wholly operated by Golar Power, a 50/50 joint venture between Golar LNG and Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners.Located in a strategic entry point in the North region of Brazil, the LNG terminal is expected to start operations by mid-2021.It will be used as a hub to allow the distribution of LNG and supply of natural gas for electricity generation, commercial and industrial customers, transportation and bunkering before a 605MW LNG-to-power project in Barcarena, which will also be delivered by Golar Power, starts operations.The company said FSRU selection and detailing of the terminal were under way with an anticipated FID in the first half of 2020.“The energy hub that will be introduced by Golar Power in the State of Pará has the potential to supply an area larger than Western Europe, with millions of kilometers of river navigation routes,” Eduardo Antonello, Golar Power CEO, commented.“Considering the environmental and social benefits, our project has the potential to displace very large volumes of diesel, coal, LPG and heavy fuel oil (HFO) consumption with cheaper LNG, allowing significant reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and creating unique technical and economic development opportunities for the local populations.”This is the company’s second LNG-to-power project in Brazil. In 2016, Golar Power secured a 25-year FSRU charter for the Porto de Sergipe Project.The announcement of a new FSRU delivery agreement follows Golar LNG’s decision to spin off its LNG shipping business with the aim of focusing the company’s core business on LNG infrastructure. Golar LNG earlier said it was in discussions with Golar Power to exchange one of their LNG carriers for the FSRU Golar Tundra.Should the joint structure proceed as planned, the company’s direct exposure to the carrier market would then be limited to one modern steam turbine vessel, Golar Arctic, with Golar Viking contracted to be sold in 2020 post FSRU conversion.The spin-off is expected to be completed by the end of 2019.last_img read more

Continue reading

Newcastle to cash in on Cabaye

first_img Newcastle owner Mike Ashley, who had valued the midfielder at around £20million, ultimately decided to do business with Cabaye desperate to play on Europe’s biggest stage once again after sampling Champions League football with former club Lille. The Frenchman, who was preparing for the Magpies’ Barclays Premier League trip to Norwich on Tuesday night when the deal was struck, will now travel to his native country to undergo a medical. His seemingly inevitable departure will come as a huge blow to manager Alan Pardew, who despite voicing his hope that the player would stay on Tyneside, had admitted earlier in the day that he was not confident of him doing so. Pardew said: “Listen, we are a club that unfortunately at the minute, is not in a Champions League position, so therefore players can turn around to us and say they want Champions League, as [Luis] Suarez did with Liverpool. “He stayed, Suarez, and they have got themselves in a position for the Champions League, but they wouldn’t be there without him. “It’s a Catch 22 situation: you need to keep your best players to get in there and likewise, they want to play in there, so you have got to give them some hope. “That’s the position we really need to get ourselves into this year, or definitely next year or the year beyond. “We have got big players, we attract good players, but we are not in a Champions League position or are able to say at the minute, ‘We could be Champions League, stay with us and get the football here’. Newcastle decided to cash in on Yohan Cabaye after he indicated his wish to leave for Champions League football. Press Association Sport understands the Magpies and Paris Saint-Germain reached an agreement in principle for the transfer of the 28-year-old France international on Monday night following whirlwind negotiations. PSG, who had a £14million bid rejected on Sunday, made a significantly improved offer – which will remain undisclosed by both parties – to finally get their man. “We are just a little bit off it. Maybe if we had got a couple more results in January, I could turn around to players and say, ‘Well look, stay until the summer and we could be Champions League ourselves’. “But it’s probably difficult to say that with the other teams who have just kept winning, unfortunately.” Cabaye’s loss would not go down well on Tyneside among fans who crave a return to the big time, and saw him as a central character in that quest. However, for Ashley, it would represent good business with the player having cost the club just £4.3million when he moved from Lille during the summer of 2012. He was the subject of a failed £10million bid from Arsenal last summer, and although he had to rebuild bridges with supporters after reportedly going on strike afterwards, Pardew welcomed him back to the fold and reaped the rewards. The manager said: “He has been a great player for this football club, and I think he has got better in this role that I have given him this year. He’s playing number 10 for us and he’s really taken to it. “It’s boosted his confidence and boosted his value as well, I think.” Pardew’s main focus in the short term remains the three points at stake at Carrow Road and the business of attempting to build on the club’s current eighth-place standing, and thereafter righting the wrong of back-to-back derby defeats when Sunderland head for St James’ Park on Saturday. But in the meantime, he will hope Ashley and director of football Joe Kinnear will invest a significant proportion of the proceeds of the Cabaye deal in a replacement. Montpellier’s Remy Cabella is a player they have been tracking, although he would not plug the gap directly, but Pardew insists there is a contingency plan aside from their interest in Borussia Monchengladbach striker Luuk de Jong. However, supporters who saw Andy Carroll sold to Liverpool on the final day of the 2011 winter window with no-one arriving in his place remain sceptical. But asked if Cabaye would be replaced, Pardew said: “We would need to bring somebody in, for sure. You can’t lose a player of that quality and not replace him.” Press Associationlast_img read more

Continue reading

Carver: We didn’t bottle it

first_img Emmanuel Riviere’s first Premier League goal in 22 appearances handed Newcastle control at the break at Loftus Road on Saturday, only for Matt Phillips and Leroy Fer to swipe a 2-1 victory for QPR. Newcastle wasted the chance to cement their Premier League status, extending their winless streak to 10 games. Now Carver’s men face a nerve-wracking final-day survival clash with West Ham next weekend. John Carver has rejected suggestions Newcastle “bottled it” in squandering the chance to secure their Premier League safety at already-relegated QPR. Magpies manager Carver conceded a “10-minute mad spell” had cost his side victory, but refused to accept Newcastle’s players lost their nerve at the crucial moment. “I’m not so sure about ‘bottled it’. We had a 10-minute mad spell in the game,” said Carver. “In the first half we were in control not under any threat. “But then we shot ourselves in the foot again in that 10 minutes after half-time. “It was in our hands today and we could have put it to bed today.” Newcastle host West Ham on Sunday where victory would secure their top-flight status, while Hull are still battling for their lives but face a daunting clash with Manchester United. Under-fire boss Carver came in for more criticism from disgruntled Toon fans at Loftus Road, the travelling supporters chanting “we’re s*** and we’re sick of it”. Carver called on Newcastle’s fans to shelve their frustrations until after next weekend, leaving any “post-mortem” until after their fate is sealed. “This is the biggest game this football club has had for a long, long time,” said Carver of the West Ham clash. “I want the same atmosphere we had against West Brom a fortnight ago. “Because it could be the fans who actually get us across the line and keep our Premier League status. “That’s the way they were against West Brom and it made a difference to the team. “There will be a lot of people asking ‘why should they?’, but it’s because they want us to stay in the Premier League. If it can give us that extra five or 10 per cent to stay in the Premier League, then we need it. “And once we get the game out of the way, and we have our Premier League status, then we can have our post-mortem and we’ll deal with that.” Rangers boss Chris Ramsey hailed his side for atoning for last week’s 6-0 drubbing at Manchester City – and also making a statement ahead of next season. Ramsey is still hoping to secure the QPR job on a permanent basis for next term’s return to the Championship, and views this victory as a boost to his chances. “We’ve had a lot of good support from the fans who have been very loyal in what they’ve done,” said Ramsey. “Last week we didn’t perform in a way that befits a club of this stature, and the travelling fans were embarrassed away from home at Man City. “We gave away another sloppy goal, but the players came back in the second-half and really put it in for the fans and the owners on our last home game. “It was really important for us to finish well here and show that next season we’re hoping to redress the situation and make sure that the club is on an even keel and also trying its best to get back to this decision. “There was no screaming and shouting at half-time, sometimes the players themselves dig deep and they realised that we didn’t want to go away from here after being relegated with an even worse taste in our mouths. “We wanted to make sure people have positive feelings across the summer.” After already experiencing the pain of relegation this season, Ramsey believes Newcastle will still have enough to beat the drop. “All managers know what it’s like when things don’t go well,” said Ramsey. “John Carver’s a good man and I’m sure he’ll get his troops back for the battle to stay up next week.” Press Associationlast_img read more

Continue reading

Kewell given Watford role

first_img The 36-year-old will take care of Watford’s Under-21 side in the Under-21 Professional Development League Two South and the club’s sporting director Luke Dowling is pleased to have the FA Cup and Champions League winner on board. “We are delighted that Harry has agreed to join us as our new Under-21 coach,” he said. “Harry enjoyed an extremely successful career as a player, and he now has a proven track record when it comes to working with and nurturing gifted young footballers. “His knowledge and experience will be of great benefit to the club’s youth setup as a whole, and the talented players we have within our Under-21 group.” Watford have been busy in the transfer market since gaining promotion back to the Premier League, adding the likes of Sebastian Prodl, Matej Vydra, Etienne Capoue, Valon Behrami and Miguel Britos to their ranks. The Australian international retired last year after a short spell with Melbourne Heart, now Melbourne City, and embarks on his first major coaching role with the newly-promoted Hornets. Kewell has established his own youth academy back in Australia, where he also represented Melbourne Victory after leaving Europe following a stint with Galatasaray. Former Leeds and Liverpool winger Harry Kewell has been appointed as Watford’s new Under-21 coach.center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Continue reading

Ireland talisman Johnny Sexton wary of France juggernaut Mathieu Bastareaud

first_img Fly-half Sexton has urged Ireland to produce the best performance of Joe Schmidt’s coaching tenure to beat the French and tee up a World Cup quarter-final against Argentina. France sent Toulon battering-ram Bastareaud straight down Sexton’s channel in February’s Six Nations clash, with the playmaker only just back after a three-month concussion lay-off. Johnny Sexton has admitted he fully expects France to try to blast him out of Sunday’s crucial World Cup clash by ordering freight-train centre Mathieu Bastareaud to steamroller him. Press Association “Everyone on the pitch has got to be able to contribute defensively and physically, and it’s not often you see guys that can’t do it any more. “And hopefully I’ll tick that box. “He adds an extra dimension to them and I think he’s one of their key ball-carriers. “He’s a guy that we’re going to have to pay close attention to but if we think about him too much then guys like (Wesley) Fofana and (Brice) Dulin will run off him and find those holes, so we’ve got to make sure we’re paying him the respect he deserves. “They’ve got players across the park that can hurt us so we’ve got to be a hell of a lot better than we were (in the 16-9 victory over Italy on Sunday).” Ireland expect Jared Payne to beat his foot problem in time to contest selection for Sunday’s France battle, despite the Ulster centre still employing a compression boot to speed his recovery. Sexton spent a mixed two years at Racing Metro but has now rejoined home province Leinster. The 30-year-old used his window into the ever-complex French psyche to warn Ireland that Philippe Saint-Andre’s side are determined to peak at global gatherings. New Zealand edged out France 8-7 in the 2011 World Cup final, and that after Les Bleus forced a revolt against then-coach Marc Lievremont. “Yes we probably do need the best performance of Joe’s time to win this weekend,” said Sexton. “What I did get from them is that the World Cup is huge over there. “The Six Nations is almost like a burden on them in the middle of a Top 14 season, that’s the kind of impression that I got, that it almost disrupts their league season. “And then it comes to a World Cup it’s almost like they build for this, it’s like they use players through the Six Nations year on year to have a big playing pool for the World Cup. “And you can see from their previous results, how many semi-finals and finals they’ve been in. “Arguably they should have won the last World Cup and they were in turmoil in the group stages. “So we’ve got to be aware of all these things and realise them but at the same time we know we’ve got to concentrate on ourselves because if we get our performance right we can be a good team.” Ireland choke-tackled Bastareaud out of the equation to win 18-11 in Dublin that night, and will demand more of the same to chase victory in Cardiff on Sunday that would allow Schmidt’s men to avoid the All Blacks’ half of the draw. “He’s a hard man to stop and I know it better than most,” said Sexton of Bastareaud. “I’ve come off second-best a couple of times but he sucks in a lot of defenders and he looks like he’s got himself in really good shape. “It’s the same for all their players, I think they possess power all across their backline and pace to burn as well. “So we’ve got to be on top of our game from that point of view, and I’m sure we’ll come up with some kind of plan to help us stop him. “They said before the last game they were going to come down my channel because I was obviously coming back from a lay-off, and I don’t see it being any different this time. “You always want to target the opposition 10 and I’m sure they’ll go there again. “I don’t know if I like the physicality, but it’s part and parcel of the modern game. last_img read more

Continue reading

Cricket News Unbeaten Oman upstaged Hong Kong to seal ODI status

first_img New Delhi : April 23 will never be forgotten by cricket followers in Oman — on this day Oman has joined elite group of nations holding One-Day International status. Sitting strong on top of the table, Oman won its third successive game in ICC’s WCL Division Two in Windhoek, Namibia on Tuesday which ensures the Sultanate will be among the top four sides to have earned the much-coveted One-Day International status for the next two and a half years.Oman, and the other top three teams in the top four, will now join UAE, Scotland and Nepal in the new ICC Cricket World Cup League Two and play as many as 36 ODIs over a period of 30 months. Oman coach Duleep Mendis had said before leaving for Namibia that qualifying for the ODI status would be among their foremost goals in Namibia and they would be fighting hard to achieve that.Left-arm paceman Bilal Khan bowled superbly, taking four wickets, while Jatinder Singh batted sensibly against Hong Kong to make sure Oman secured its third successive win as the only unbeaten side in the six-nation tournament. highlights Unbeaten Oman upstaged Hong Kong to seal ODI status.Oman will now be a part of elite group of International ODI cricket. Oman now play second-placed Namibia today.  Bowling like a well-oiled machine, Oman attack kept Hong Kong on the back foot for much of its innings, dismissing it finally for 176 in 48 overs. Only Babar Hayat batted with some authority, scoring a solid 56.Apart from Bilal, leg- spinner Khawar Ali bowled well too, claiming 3 for 35. Requiring a win to make sure it reached its first goal of a top-four finish, Oman took a slow and steady route to victory, overhauling the total in the 48 th over for the loss of only three wickets. Jatinder was involved in a 79-run solid opening partnership with Khawar, laying the foundation for another successful chase. Muhammed Nadeem’s amazing form with the bat continued as he remained unbeaten on 31.“It was a great victory today. Restricting Hong Kong to a small total was the key to success. Our bowers are going into games all guns blazing. Even our batsmen are full of confidence. They are on a roll and I hope we are able to carry it on till the tournament ends,” said a delighted Mendis after the win over Hong Kong.In the day’s other games, USA defeated PNG by 10 wickets while Namibia thrashed Canada by 98 runs. Oman now play second-placed Namibia today in an important game for both sides.(With Inputs)  For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

Continue reading

Double T Motor-cross champions collect spoils

first_imgTHE winners of the recently concluded Double T Promotions Motor-cross event in Linden were given their trophies yesterday.The presentation which took place at the Banks DIH head office in Georgetown saw David Nobreiga take the overall champions class ahead of his cousin Steven.David secured two wins with Orlando King picking up the other in the Novice Class.In the Professional Class, Steven Nobrega picked up all three wins but had difficulty in the Overall class.The day’s sponsors included Banks DIH Limited, New Generation Clothing, Wismar Market, Ministry of Business Department of Tourism, Broad Money Spares & Accessories – Republic Avenue, Bolo’s Variety & Furniture Store – Sunflower Street Wismar, Star Party Rentals – Georgetown, Region 10 Tourism Development Association, Cho’s Bar – Burnham Drive Wismar, Sports Plus, Toucan Mall – Amelia’s Ward, Foreign Links – Linden/GT Bus Park, Allegiance Corporations Inc. – Georgetown, B. Harry Lumber Yard & General Store – Waterlily Road Linden, Enterprise Network. Inc. – Republic Avenue, Trophy Stall – Georgetown, Tropical Reflection – Washer Pond Road, Solomon Fresh Vegetables – Potaro Road, Ms Orleena Obermuller – Town Clerk, Linden Mayor & Town Council, Mr Orin Gordon – Regional Executive Officer Region No. 10, Golden Taste Fish Shop – Wismar, Snooks Variety Store – Mackenzie Market, R & R Modern Meat Centre – Potaro Road, Alternative Measures – Mackenzie Linden, VJ’s Construction – Canvas City, Pleasurable Flavours – Amelia’s Ward, Wills Electrical Hardware Store, Mr Rogers, Bosai, Mr Dublin General Manager LECI, Mr Alves CEO Linmine Secretariat and Pauline Meat Centre – Mackenzie Market.last_img read more

Continue reading

Syracuse prepares for Candlewood Suites Challenge

first_imgAfter a grueling tournament last weekend, Syracuse is set for another demanding weekend.The Orange (1-5) played four matches in two days at the Candlewood Suites Invitational last weekend, and has three matches in two days this weekend in the Candlewood Suites Challenge. On Friday, SU will host Saint Peter’s at noon and Delaware State at 7 p.m. and Chicago State on Saturday at 11:30 a.m.Winning only one match last weekend means changes should be expected in the lineup. One major position that may be monitored is how to split playing time between the two setters, freshman Erica Handley and junior Bailey Humes.For now, Handley has the upper hand.“As it is now,” head coach Leonid Yelin said, “Bailey is not the starter.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIf last weekend is any indication, it seems that it is Handley’s job to lose. In the first match she was subbed out frequently with Humes, but she dominated playing time in the final three matches and racked up 112 assists.“It depends on how we are doing each game,” Handley said. “But coming out also gives me a mental break to refocus and work on the things I need to do.”Yelin makes sure to instruct them during practice and games so each player knows how to improve.“In the games when Erica needs more teaching,” Yelin said, “that’s when Bailey comes on the floor.”Another major time-split that emerged this weekend was that of sophomore Silvi Uattara and senior Samantha Clarey at outside hitter.Uattara was first on the team in kills in 2012, but she’s struggled on the defensive end and was benched by Yelin over the weekend.Clarey fills those voids. She’s a strong server and adept on the defensive end.“She’s the kind of kid that can cover almost any position,” Yelin said. “She is very unselfish.”The Orange struggled to find rhythm throughout the weekend. SU would look great for one set, then struggle in another.Clarey, though, said her frequent substitutions in games don’t affect her.“I don’t think it takes me out of rhythm,” Clarey said. “Coach always tells us to stay mentally tough.”In this weekend’s upcoming tournament, Yelin could utilize her as a starter with regular starter Lindsey McCabe injured and questionable to play.With only two middle blockers on the whole team, Clarey’s versatility may be key this weekend.She also figures to assume the role that has thrust itself upon her: being a major part of the back line. Uattara will likely return to her regular playing time after a rough weekend, but the injury to McCabe might be another door opened for Clarey to earn a starting spot.With more stout competition in Syracuse’s second home competition, Clarey will be thrown right into the thick should she start. Her role will be as important as ever.“They are going to be some stronger competition,” Handley said, “but I’m sure we will be able to handle them if we just keep working in practice.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on September 11, 2013 at 11:33 pm Contact Eric: esriter@syr.edulast_img read more

Continue reading

D.O. Sports’ 10 best-written stories of fall 2019

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on December 23, 2019 at 9:07 am A main component of The Daily Orange’s sports coverage includes feature stories, profiles, columns and exposés in addition to traditional game recaps. Heading into the spring semester, The Daily Orange Sports Staff selected our favorite stories from the fall. From bull riding to Tommy DeVito, here’s a list compiled of the 10 best-written D.O. Sports stories from the past semester: Corey Henry | Photo EditorLOOKING UP: Despite reaching CHA’s summit, Paul Flanagan is still building Syracuse ice hockeyThe words Syracuse ice hockey and Paul Flanagan have become synonymous. The head coach has been with the team since the program began, even before Syracuse built him an office. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textLast year, after over a decade of coming up just short, Flanagan led the Orange to their first-ever conference title. Now in SU’s next phase, a post-College Hockey America championship era, Flanagan continues to build up the program despite institutional challenges.  Daily Orange Archives‘PERFECT STORM’: 35 years ago, a middling Syracuse team upset No. 1 Nebraska. This is their story. On Sept. 29, 1984, Syracuse pulled off one of the greatest upsets in college football history, stunning undefeated Nebraska. At the time, SU’s program was on its way down, while Nebraska was just starting to flourish in the Big Ten. But on that September day, it didn’t matter. More than three decades after the biggest upset in program history, those involved with the game retell the best stories from the historic victory.Max Freund | Staff PhotographerSchafer: On senior day, keep those shoulder pads on as long as possibleEvery athlete — no matter at what level — has had a “senior day” moment. In other words, a time when someone realizes that they won’t be playing competitive sports for much longer.Many of Syracuse’s football players had this moment on senior day, and senior staff writer Josh Schafer shared both their stories and his own.Corey Henry | Photo EditorSTARTING OVER: To save his football career, Trishton Jackson left home for Syracuse Two years into his college football career, wide receiver Trishton Jackson came to the realization that Michigan State, his dream school, was not the place for him. He was unsure if he was happy. “I was at a low point,” Jackson said.But, looking for a new football home, he found out that Syracuse wanted him just as much as he wanted them. And in the 2018 Camping World Bowl, he got his first chance to suit up for the Orange.Corey Henry | Photo EditorMeet Bryan Titman: A star of Syracuse’s professional bull riding return On Sept. 26, The Oncenter, usually home to the Syracuse Crunch, hosted competitors wearing helmets for a different reason.One rider, Bryan Titman, was born into a lineage of bull riders, but his family was “nowhere near as good as I am,” he said. But, even for riders as skilled as Titman, staying on a bull for eight seconds is no easy task.Corey Henry | Photo EditorAfter dangerous bout with staph infection, Jacob Vacco is leading Liverpool football Jacob Vacco’s separated shoulder near the end of Liverpool High School’s 2018 football season heightened to a point two weeks later when he couldn’t move his body. His back was sore, his legs numb. It was a staph infection, threatening to cut short his athletic career. Vacco’s path back to the football field rested on the ensuing months of physical therapy, strength restoring and film review. He was Liverpool head coach Dave Mancuso’s two-way linebacker and fullback, and needed to regain that role by the Warriors’ Sept. 6 opener.Ali Harford | Senior Staff Designer4 years since being medically disqualified, AJ Long reflects on self-doubt from footballAJ Long’s accomplishment of the first true-freshman quarterback to win his first career start at Syracuse was an afterthought when he reached his South Campus apartment in October of 2015. He had just been medically disqualified after a third concussion in less than two years, and needed to figure out his next step.Long jumped from Wagner to Division II West Chester in search of a second chance. After his playing career ended with 23 touchdowns his senior year at West Chester, Long turned to his next passion: coaching. It’s his way of giving back to kids and making sure they never go through the anxiety and depression that he did.Corey Henry | Photo EditorGROWING UP: At Syracuse, Elemy Colome has a final chance to prove her maturityWhen Elemy Colomé – Rhode Island’s leading scorer – decided to spend her graduate transfer year at Syracuse, she called her former head coach and apologized for being immature, aloof and uncommitted. Those traits were the only thing holding her back. She vowed to change, to finally focus on fully displaying her skills.One of three graduate transfers on Syracuse’s roster, Colome is still trying to prove that she’s matured and ready to contribute. The guard’s journey from James Madison to URI to SU is a tale of the limits of talent when hard work might lack in comparison.Gavin Liddell | Staff PhotographerBlack: Tommy DeVito should be respected despite losing seasonAfter the first three weeks, which included blowout losses to No. 1 Clemson and Maryland, some Syracuse fans were already giving up on starting quarterback Tommy DeVito. But as the season wore on, DeVito impressed as Syracuse floundered, throwing 16 touchdowns to one interception in SU’s final eight games. Senior staff writer Eric Black contextualized DeVito’s progression in a late-season column, comparing the first-year starter to recently-graduated Syracuse legend Eric Dungey.Elizabeth Billman | Asst. Photo EditorNicky Adams brings new philosophy, mentality to struggling programAfter 13 consecutive losses to end its 2018 season and the resigning of its head coach, Syracuse women’s soccer needed both a new leader and philosophical overhaul. Nicky Adams, the head coach at Rice since its program began, was hired in March to take on that role. The El Paso, Texas native, who skipped her senior year of high school to enroll early at Texas A&M, brought decades of soccer experience to the Orange, including an upbringing with the game that was “more about heart and passion than tactics.”She’s encouraged creativity in the final third and strives to attack as opposed to sitting back, which resulted in two consecutive wins to open the season. And with program-wide culture changes already implemented, Adams looks to grow that number quickly. Commentslast_img read more

Continue reading

Bennett to make debut for Waterford against Cork

first_imgFormer Offaly forward Daithi Regan is expecting the Rebels to advance but says it’s a close one to call. Waterford have made just one enforced change ahead of tomorrow’s All-Ireland Senior Hurling semi-final against Munster champions Cork.With Tadhg de Burca suspended, there’s a Championship debut for defender Kieran Bennett.Cork are unchanged from their Munster Final win over Clare.last_img

Continue reading