August 1, 2012 Regular News Santa Rosa County needs a judge Santa Rosa County needs a judge The First Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission is now accepting application to fill a Santa Rosa County court vacancy, created by the appointment of Judge Ross L. Bilbrey to the circuit bench. Applicants must be be registered voters, members of the Florida Bar for the past five years, and reside in Santa Rosa County. Applications are here. An original and 10 copies of the completed application must be received by Joseph A. Zarzaur, Jr., JNC Chair, 11 E. Romana Street, Pensacola 32502, no later than noon on August 22. For more information, contact Zarzaur at (850) 444-9299.
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by James ReedCLEVELAND– John Marshall and MLK faced off in a Senate League matchup on Friday night, as Marshall preserved their undefeated conference record with a 69-50 win.The Lawyers dominated in the second quarter. At the end of the first half, the Lawyers took a 37-18 lead. The Lawyers kept that momentum in the second half, and went up by 20 points with 4:18 left in the third quarter. Marshall continued to score efficiently while locking King up with intense defense. By the end of the frame, the Lawyers had a 52-29 lead.The fourth quarter started a little rocky for the Lawyers, with them missing a few open shots. But it quickly turned around with a 59-36 lead. King couldn’t catch a break, and every time they scored, Marshall answered with a bucket of their own. NEO HS Staff Related TopicsJohn MarshallMLKSenate League
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Written By Associated Press Television News Last Updated: 28th July, 2020 10:05 IST Australian Open Golf Postponed Indefinitely Due To COVID-19 Golf Australia said Tuesday that the Australian Open tournament will be postponed indefinitely and if played will not be held until early 2021 Golf Australia said Tuesday that the Australian Open tournament will be postponed indefinitely and if played will not be held until early 2021.The tournament was scheduled for Kingston Heath Golf Club in Melbourne, which has been in lockdown due to a large increase in COVID-19 deaths and infections over the past two months. The 105th edition of the tournament was set to be played in November, but no firm dates had been set.Golf Australia operations manager Simon Brookhouse said he was hopeful that the national championship will still be played later in the Australian summer, likely in January, February or March of next year.”These are very challenging times for all Australians and the uncertainty the global pandemic has caused makes it very difficult to be definitive in relation to future dates at this time,” Brookhouse said.”Unfortunately, it is not a simple matter of whether or not we could co-ordinate any international stars to visit. The uncertainty of the quarantine requirements for any players coming from outside Australia needed to be considered.” Australian Matt Jones held off South African Louis Oosthuizen by one stroke to win his second Australian Open title last year at The Australian Golf Club in Sydney. Image credits: AP 1 month ago Australian warships encounter Chinese naval vessels in South China Sea, situation diffused First Published: 28th July, 2020 10:05 IST 1 month ago Australian govt sets up aged care response centre in Victoria amid surging COVID-19 cases COMMENT FOLLOW US SUBSCRIBE TO US WE RECOMMEND WATCH US LIVE 1 month ago COVID-19: Australian man travels inside giant plastic bubble to protect himself from virus LIVE TV 1 month ago Australian watchdog accuses Google of privacy breaches 1 month ago 2021 Australian Open: Smaller crowds, player bio-security
The Juventus forward has looked for all types of ways to help his cause, and has revealed that Sergio Ramos has shaved his hair to repeat a ritual that worked wonders when they played together at Real Madrid. The player arrives at the tournament with plenty of enthusiasm and determined to consolidate himself in a position which has been a hot topic for debate in recent times. 09/06/2016 at 20:50 The frontman was critical of the team’s defeat to Georgia, in a game he missed due to some soreness: “That game shows you can never relax.” Regarding the rumours about a return to Real Madrid, Morata advised: “I feel very calm because I am under contract at Juve. I feel at home there and I will stay there until somebody tells me differently. The European Championship is important, this is my first one and it is a dream to play for Spain. It starts soon, and I am only thinking about the tournament.” Morata explained: “He did it two seasons ago and both of us scored goals. It brought us luck. We are both superstitious and let’s see if it brings the same luck it did two years ago”. Regarding his role as No. 9 in the team: “It is a great responsibility, with a lot of pressure, but I am prepared to be one of the national team’s strikers. Having been accustomed to how they play in Italy, this is marvellous. Here there are team mates like Koke (who was sitting next to him at the press conference) who provide great service.” CEST Alvaro Morata will be the centre forward for Spain in their opening game of Euro 2016, against the Czech Republic in Toulouse. J. Gil and A. Callejas
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All-Ireland Finalists, Cork and Dublin are both well represented in the 45 player short list with the TG4 All-Ireland Champions receiving 11 nominations whilst Dublin have 10 players nominated. Galway have received five nominations for the 2015 LGFA TG4 All Stars following the announcement this afternoon. Sinead Burke and Aine Seoighe have been nominated in the backs, Geraldine Conneally in midfield and Tracey Leonard and Patricia Gleeson in the forwards. 14 July 2014; Be the Difference. Be There. Today in Croke Park the Ladies Gaelic Football Association and Championship Sponsors, TG4, launched the 2014 TG4 Ladies All Ireland Football Championships. LGFA President, Pat Quill urged LGFA members to get behind their counties as they begin their journey to Croke Park on September 28th pointing out that it is up to us to show our support for our own before we can expect to generate the interest and national media coverage that the players richly deserve. #BetheDiff. Pictured are senior players, from left to right, Aisling Holton, Kildare, Shauna McBennet, Meath, Eilish Ward, Donegal, Edel Concannon, Galway, Gemma Begley, Tyrone, Fiona McHale, Mayo, Briege Corkery, Cork, Sinead Goldrick, Dublin, Chrisina Reilly, Monaghan, Laurie Ryan, Clare, Tracey Lawlor, Laois, Aileen Martin, Wesmeath, Caroline O’Hanlon, Armagh and Ailish Cornyn, Cavan, in attendance at the 2014 TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Football Championship launch. Croke Park, Dublin. Picture credit: David Maher / SPORTSFILE Galway and Kerry both receive 5 nominations each with Monaghan and Donegal receiving three each. Waterford are rewarded for their TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate championship win with 3 nominations including team captain Linda Wall and her sister, Aileen with Maria Delahunty also receiving her first All Star nomination.2014 Player’s Player of the Year, Caroline O’Hanlon, is nominated for what would be her fourth All Star Award and is joined by team mate Aimee Mackin who earns her first nomination.Mayo great, Cora Staunton, is nominated for what would be her 10th All Star award, should she receive an award on November 14th she will become the joint most successful All Star award bringing her level with Kerry great, Mary Jo Curran.Fiona McHale is also nominated from Mayo with Áine Tighe of Connacht Intermediate champions, Leitrim, also nominated.Cork’s Martina O’Brien is nominated for her first All Star award in the goalkeeping position along with Dublin’s Ciara Trant and Linda Martin of Monaghan. Marie Ambrose is rewarded for a fine debut season with her first nomination where she is joined by team mates Vera Foley, Geraldine O’Flynn, Bríd Stack and Deirdre O’Reilly as the Rebellettes defensive Award nominees. Briege Corkery and Rena Buckley created history as they claimed an incredible ‘double double’ of All-Ireland wins and both are nominated in the midfield positions, their 8th and 4th respectively. All-Ireland winning captain Ciara O’Sullivan is joined by her attacking team mates Annie Walsh and Valerie Mulcahy in the All Star shortlist.Dublin’s Sinead Goldrick could claim her 4th All Star in a row with team captain, Lyndsey Davey and Noelle Healy hoping to make it back to back wins. Sinead Finnegan, Sorcha Furlong, Muireann Ní Scanaill and Niamh McEvoy all receive their first nominations for an award.6 members of the Cork team have now won 10 TG4 Senior All-Ireland titles and all 6 are nominated for an All Star; Geraldine O’Flynn, Deirdre O’Reilly, Bríd Stack, Briege Corkery, Rena Bucley and Valerie Mulcahy.——–The 2015 LGFA TG4 All Star Award Nominees in full are:GoalkeepersMartina O’Brien (Cork)Ciara Trant (Dublin)Linda Martin (Monaghan)DefendersMarie Ambrose (Cork)Vera Foley (Cork)Geraldine O’Flynn (Cork)Bríd Stack (Cork)Deirdre O’Reilly (Cork)Treasa Doherty (Donegal)Ciara Hegarty (Donegal)Olwen Carey (Dublin)Sinead Goldrick (Dublin)Sinead Finnegan (Dublin)Sorcha Furlong (Dublin)Muireann Ní Scanaill (Dublin)Sinead Burke (Galway)Áine Seoighe (Galway)Aislinn Desmond (Kerry)Caroline Kelly (Kerry)Cáit Lynch (Kerry)Linda Wall (Waterford)MidfieldersCaroline O’Hanlon (Armagh)Rena Buckley (Cork)Briege Corkery (Cork)Geraldine Conneally (Galway)Bernie Breen (Kerry)Fiona McHale (Mayo)ForwardsAimee Mackin (Armagh)Valerie Mulcahy (Cork)Ciara O’Sullivan (Cork)Annie Walsh (Cork)Geraldine McLaughlin (Donegal)Lyndsey Davey (Dublin)Noelle Healy (Dublin)Niamh McEvoy (Dublin)Carla Rowe (Dublin)Tracey Leonard (Galway)Patricia Gleeson (Galway)Louise Ní Muircheartaigh (Kerry)Áine Tighe (Leitrim)Cora Staunton (Mayo)Cora Courtney (Monaghan)Caitriona McConnell (Monaghan)Maria Delahunty (Waterford)Aileen Wall (Waterford)————–The LGFA TG4 All Star award winners will be announced at a gala ceremony at the Citywest Hotel on November 14th. A limited number of tickets will be available to the public to purchase at €80 per person, for further information contact [email protected] or on 01 8363156print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Corofin and Mountbellew Moylough meet on Sunday in the Galway senior championship final for the 3rd time in 4 years and the 6th year in all with defending champions Corofin going for 6 in a row and unbackable at 1/7 with the bookies. The sides first met in a final in Corofin’s first year in senior championship football, 1964, when a star studded Mountbellew won by 2-10 to 1-4, but 10 years later it was a lot tighter with Mountbellew coming out on top 1-5 to 0-7 after extra time in a replay after the sides had drawn 1-6 each. Fast forward 35 years to their next final meeting in 2009 and again it went to a replay but this time Corofin prevailed 0-11 to 1-5 after the sides had drawn 0-9 each, while the last two finals involving both clubs have been a little more emphatic for the all-conquering Corofin men as they won in 2015 by 3-13 to 0-12 and in 2017 by 2-14 to 0-10. Corofin are also going for their 20th title which would bring them alongside Ballinasloe’s 20 titles on the roll of honour and leave only Tuam Stars (25 titles) ahead of them, while Mountbellew Moylough are bidding to win the Frank Fox trophy for the 5th time and first since 1986. Previous Corofin v Mountbellew Moylough finals: 1964: Mountbellew 2-10 Corofin 1-41974: Mountbellew 1-6 Corofin 1-6Mountbellew 1-5 Corofin 0-7 AET (replay)2009: Corofin 0-9 Mountbellew Moylough 0-9Corofin 0-11 Mountbellew Moylough 1-5 (replay)2015: Corofin 3-13 Mountbellew Moylough 0-122017: Corofin 2-14 Mountbellew Moylough 0-10print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
LIVERPOOL are at home to Newcastle whilat Manchester City travel to former champions Leicester on Boxing Day.The Winter Break will not start until the 2019/20 season – here is all you need to know about the 2018/19 fixtures for December 26.1 Manchester City will travel to the King Power Stadium for their Boxing Day clashCredit: PA:Press AssociationWhat are the Boxing Day fixtures 2018/19?THESE are the Premier League fixtures for Boxing Day: Brighton vs ArsenalBurnley vs EvertonCrystal Palace vs CardiffFulham vs WolvesLeicester vs Manchester CityLiverpool vs NewcastleManchester United vs HuddersfieldTottenham vs BournemouthSouthampton vs West HamWatford vs ChelseaMost read in footballLive BlogBLUES NEWSChelsea news LIVE: Follow all the latest updates from Stamford BridgeLive BlogUNITED LIVEMan Utd news LIVE: All the latest updates and transfer gossip from Old TraffordLive BlogBLUES NEWSChelsea transfer news LIVE: Havertz deal LATEST, Willian move updatesLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old TraffordLive Bloggunners newsArsenal transfer news LIVE – Latest updates from the EmiratesAZPI BETTERAzpilicueta reveals turning off phone saved his season after horror startART ATTACKInside Arsenal’s celebrations as Arteta is showered with champagne as he dancesLive BlogTRANSFER NEWS LIVEStones update, Sancho latest, Havertz to Chelsea newsWhat are the key dates for the 2018-19 season?THE key dates all football fans need to know for next season are: Opening day fixtures – Saturday, August 4First round of the Carabao Cup – August 13Checkatrade Trophy opening games – September 3FA Cup first round – November 10Final day of the season May 12Premier League fans face shelling out even more as Amazon snap up live games