Hummingbirds delight, Orchids also win in BEL opener

first_imgTHE 2016 Berger Elite League (BEL) netball competition got off to an interesting start inside the National Indoor Sport Centre on Thursday night as St Ann Orchids and former champions Kingston Hummingbirds got off to winning starts. The Orchids got the better of the Under-21 Shiners 63-55, while the Hummingbirds were impressive 47-29 winners over defending champions Clarendon Gators 47-29. Goal shooter Kera Christie was in good form as the Hummingbirds, the 2014 champions, rushed to a quick 5-0 lead inside three minutes, a lead that set the tone to a dominant first-quarter display by the fitter, quicker outfit. Despite a good defensive display by captain Kasey Evering, the Gators struggled to control their turnover rate and failed to make the most of their offensive opportunities, with front pair Taniel Roberts and Marcella Thompson finding things particularly tough. While they struggled, Christie and goal attack Shinel Riley thrived, helped by positive play from mid-court led by wing attack Kerry-Ann Brown and centre Tracy Robinson as the Hummingbirds pushed to a 25-13 half-time lead. For the next two quarters it was the same story, as Hummingbirds continued to dominate the game as both Stacey-Ann Facey at goal defence and goalkeeper Shameera Sterling proved too good for the Gators’ offence. Christie scored 23 from her 28 attempts with Riley sinking 22 from 31 for the Hummingbirds, while Roberts had 12 from 17 and Thompson eight from 13 for the losing team. Coach Anderson was very pleased with her team’s winning start. “I am elated with the win and I am very proud of the ladies. This is our first game and we didn’t have enough time to practise and get together as a team, but I think they performed well and what we saw tonight was a team competing for this year’s championships … we want to win the title this year,” said Anderson. Despite the loss, coach of the defending champions, Dalton Hinds, was not too perturbed. “Congratulations to the Kingston Hummingbirds. We haven’t played together as a team before and this was the first time they were actually playing together. We are very confident that we can retain the title and we are taking one game at a time,” said Hinds. In the opening game, former national player Simone Forbes, who has not played competitive netball for some three years- showed that she has not lost her zip as she brought back memories of former years with some acrobatic and brilliant plays. Today’s matches 4 p.m. St. James Sharpes vs St. Catherine Racers 5:30 p.m: Under-21 Suns vs Manchester Spurs 7 p.m: Under-21 Shiners vs Kingston Hummingbirdslast_img read more

Cummings Urges Paradigm Shift to TVET

first_imgAlexander B. Cummings, a Liberian business mogul turned politician is very sure of winning the upcoming presidential election on the ticket of the opposition Alternative National Congress (ANC) party.Until that time next year, Mr. Cummings has already begun to articulate his vision for the country’s education system which underscores the importance of Technical, Vocational Education and Training (TVET) when he granted an interview to a team of reporters of the Daily Observer newspaper at their ELWA Junction offices on Wednesday.If Liberia is to reach its full potential as other developed nations, Mr. Cummings contends that the country’s education system needs a paradigm shift towards TVET which he said must be a major priority component of the country’s national development agenda.TVET, he said, “is concerned with the acquisition of knowledge and skills for the world of work including apprenticeship training, vocational education, technical education, and occupational education.” If the urgent and compelling need for Liberia’s TVET is fully prioritized, he is confident that the country will experience rapid growth and development coming from devastating years of civil crisis.The ANC standard bearer said that despite the education negatives, the country deserves the needed support that will enable it to provide quality vocational training that students require in order for them to in turn provide quality services to the country after their graduation.Liberia needs a different kind of perspective, be it in education, security, agriculture, health and all other sectors as well as leadership, and not “more of the same” where the education sector will remain elusive, Mr. Cummings maintained. “Liberia needs real change because most of the political class has deep alliances that are associated with some of the causes of the Liberian conflict; hence, alliances make it almost impossible to introduce new equitable systems of efficiency, transparency and accountability free of influence peddling. “Alex is the change Liberia needs in all sectors unlike any other leader in our nation’s history,” Mr. Cummings declared.Mr. Cummings is a businessman and philanthropist, renowned internationally as a global corporate executive with over 30 years of leadership and demonstrated achievement.Born and raised in Liberia, Mr. Cummings is a graduate of the College of West Africa and briefly matriculated to Cuttington College (now Cuttington University) in Suakoko, near Gbarnga, Bong County before pursuing his bachelors in Finance and Economics at Northern Illinois University in the U.S. He returned to Liberia and worked for the Liberian Bank for Development and Investment (LBDI) before moving internationally beginning with the Pillsbury Company in Minnesota and then the giant Coca-Cola Company including its subsidiaries in Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa and the UnitedKingdom, where he served as executive vice president and chief Administrative officer (CAO) of the Coca-Cola Company. He retired last year and turned home to participate in the country’s political and socio-economic activities.Mr. Cummings holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Finance from Atlanta University (Clark Atlanta University). He is married to Teresa (33 years) and together they have two children, Ayo and Boikai and one granddaughter, Nyah. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Ex-UP, LP Partisans Join CDC

first_imgBusinessman Joe, Dr. Benette, and Worzie wearing CDC T-shirts at Monday’s occasionDr. Samuel Gba Benette, a former staunch partisan of the Liberia Party (LP), and businessman Matthew Fairplay Joe have vowed to win Grand Bassa County for the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) in the October 10 presidential and legislative elections.Dr. Benette was a member of the LP from 2006- 2015, but resigned in October 2016.Mr. Joe is a popular businessman and was a sympathizer of the opposition Congress for Democratic Change (CDC).The two Bassonians formally joined the CDC on Monday at a colorful program held at the party’s headquarters in Congo Town.The program was attended by CDC partisans and the national chairman, Nathaniel McGill; Rep. Dr. Bhofal Chambers, the chairman of the Legislative Coalition for Democratic Change; and the National Youth chairman, Jefferson Koijee.In separate remarks, Dr. Benette and Mr. Joe promised to campaign and deliver Grand Bassa County from the grips of Liberty Party.Dr. Benette is an aspirant for electoral district #5, while Mr. Joe is a representative hopeful for electoral district #3, Grand Bassa County.In a related development, the former secretary general of the Strategic Management Team and member of the Mobilization and Recruitment Committee of the Unity Party (UP), Samuel Worzie, also resigned from the party and has joined the CDC.He is a representative aspirant for electoral district #2 Montserrado County.Meanwhile, the CDC has promised to uphold elections rules and laws, including the Code of Conduct.Mr. McGill called on President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to respect the Supreme Court by also upholding the Code of Conduct.He announced that the CDC will have transparent primaries across the country, which will be observed by national and international observers and the media.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Exclusive – Paolo Di Canio opens up about ‘Ketchupgate’ and hard-line management style

first_imgWest Ham legend Paolo Di Canio has opened up about his hard-line approach to players’ lifestyles which emerged during his controversial tenure at Sunderland.Di Canio, who was sacked by the Black Cats board in September 2013, reportedly banned his players from using mobile phones and eating condiments like tomato ketchup and mayonnaise.His attention to the smallest details in pre-match preparations divided opinion amongst his colleagues, but Di Canio explained to the Hawksbee and Jacobs Show why he stands by his values.“If you have a car, a Ferrari, do you put sugar or salt in your engine? No you put petrol in – the right petrol,” said the Hammers icon.“You need to start from the little things. I think a professional athlete at any level has to look after themselves.“You have a specific diet in England and you can have a lot of ketchup and mayonnaise. I don’t think it’s a big sacrifice to help your stomach and liver to work better because it is your body system that helps you have less injuries, better performances in training sessions and to prepare yourself for the best match you can.”Di Canio has been out of work since his departure from Wearside, but revealed he has rejected several offers to return to management because he is eyeing a role back in England.He added: “I had the chance to move somewhere last year but I said no because I am still waiting for an English job.“It’s about the right project in the right place. I will not accept any job, it is important that it is the right project.“I am not being arrogant and saying I only want to manage in the Premier League. It must be the right place for me to work and bring my philosophy and methodology because that way we can win.”last_img read more

Texans: Keep ‘Dallas’ here

first_imgDallas city officials say there’s no substitute for the original when it comes to producing a movie version of the long-running “Dallas” television series. The Dallas Film Commission has launched a “Shoot JR in Dallas” campaign in hopes of luring the film’s producers to Texas. “The thought of ‘Dallas’ being made in Toronto is not a good idea,” Mayor Laura Miller said. Dallas officials have said they hope to attract 20th Century Fox by getting the private sector to offer incentives. They estimate the film would generate $30 million for the local economy, along with jobs and publicity. The Dallas Morning News last month quoted Michael Costigan, co-producer of the big-screen version, as saying he would prefer to “make the whole film in Dallas.” “It’s now going to come down to really making the numbers work with our studio,” he said. Calgary Film Commissioner Beth Thompson said her city’s proposal to host the movie could be hurt by a lack of “big, mansion-style houses.” But the prairies east of Calgary, opposite the Canadian Rockies, could set the scene of a prairie metropolis. “It depends on what angle you shoot from. East of here, we have prairies all over the place,” she said. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant On Wednesday, officials urged residents to help the cause by writing letters and purchasing shirts and hats bearing the “Shoot JR in Dallas” slogan. In 1980, an estimated 83 million TV viewers tuned in to the CBS prime-time soap opera to find out who shot J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman). The conniving Texas oil baron was blasted within an inch of his life in the previous season’s cliffhanger finale. The shooter turned out to be Ewing’s sister-in-law Kristin. The Texas Legislature passed a bill last year to offer movie producers a rebate up to a $750,000 for production costs, but the initiative remains unfunded. Other cities are also making a case to be stand-ins for Dallas in the movie, which is planned for production next fall. Film commissioners from Canada to Louisiana and Florida have made pitches offering their cities. “A lot of these decisions are about economics,” said Paul Sirmons, film commissioner for Florida. “Truthfully, I don’t think authenticity plays a big role.” last_img read more


first_imgThe Seniors began the defence of their League title in emphatic fashion, defeating Kilcar by 4-10 to 0-06 with Ross Wherity (2), Conor Gibbons and Rory Kavanagh getting the goals. The games on Easter Sunday were postponed due to a bereavement in Gaoth Dobhair. The Reserves will get their campaign underway this Saturday evening at home to Kilcar at 6:30pm. The Seniors are next in action on April 14th when they travel to the Bridge to face St. Michael’s.Best of luck to our U21 contingent of Conor Gibbons, Caolan Ward, Conor Parke and the injured Lee McMonagle as they take on Derry on Wednesday evening in Omagh.The Senior Hurlers will take on Setanta in O’Donnell Park in their opening League game next Wednesday, April 10th at 6:30pm. The Minor boys were free last weekend and were due to meet local rivals, the Gaels in O’Donnell Park on Tuesday night in a top of the table clash. Details next week.Well done to our members who part of the Donegal Minor Ladies team that defeated Tyrone in the Championship on Monday in Glenfin. On this years panel are: Rose Boyle, Kaneshia McKinney, Sadhbha Medlar, Lauren O’Connell and Sinead Hession. The Ladies minors visited St. MacCartans in Augher, Co. Tyrone on Saturday and played in the Sean Mc Elroy Memorial Game, further strengthening the bond between the two clubs. The Senior Ladies are away to Termon this Sunday in the 13 a side League.The U14 Leagues got underway on Monday night with the Div. 1 team taking on Buncrana at home. After a slow start in which they were reduced to 14 men after just 7 minutes and trailing by 7 points the signs were ominous. But the lads dug deep with everyone playing their part to turn that 7 point deficit into a 12 point half time lead. They didn’t let up in the second half, despite missing several players who were away with the Donegal Schoolboys team they turned in a superb team performance to win well in the end. They will meet St. Mary’s, Convoy at home next week. The Div. 2 team had no game and they travel to Cloughaneely next Monday, while the Div. 3 team travelled to Downings and after a good first half showing were unlucky to concede a few goals early in the second half to kill the game, they have no game this week.The Sunday Morning Football Academy for U6, U8 & U10 players gets underway this Sunday, April 7th at 11am, Registration in the middle doors from 10:45am with Anne Forde. The Girls only U10 Group will not begin until the following week, April 14th. The Hurling & Camogie Academy begins on Friday week, April 12th at 6:30pm.The first Minor Hurling League game saw St. Eunans have a fine win over a young Setanta team. The U14 Hurlers had a walk over against Setanta. The Minor Hurlers are home to McCumhaills this Thursday whilst the U14 Hurlers have an away game.Well done to Conor O’Grady and Prionsais O’Lionnain who started on the County Minor team last Saturday away to Antrim. Despite many team members beihng unavailable due to injuries and illness Antrim only pulled away in the final 15 minutesSpecial thanks to Joe Kealy and Paddy Flood who organised the church gate collections at both churches on Holy Thursday. Thanks to all who helped with the collections.We extend our sympathies to the Curran family on their bereavement and to the McHugh family, Kilcar. GAA: ST EUNAN’S GAA CLUB NEWS – SENIORS OPEN TITLE DEFENCE WITH WIN OVER KILCAR was last modified: April 2nd, 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:GAA: ST EUNAN’S GAA CLUB NEWS – SENIORS OPEN TITLE DEFENCE WITH WIN OVER KILCARlast_img read more

Michy Batshuayi completes loan move away from Chelsea

first_img 1 Michy Batshuayi has joined Valencia on loan from Chelsea.The Belgian striker will spend the entire 2018/19 season with the Spanish side. Batshuayi joined Chelsea from Marseille for a fee of £33million in 2016, but has struggled to make a major impact at Stamford Bridge.He has scored just seven goals in 32 Premier League appearances and was loaned to Borussia Dortmund in January.The 24-year-old made an excellent early impression with Dortmund, netting seven times in ten appearances, before an ankle injury cut short this season.He returned to Chelsea training last week after playing for Belgium at the World Cup but was told by manager Maurizio Sarri he could move on this summer, with Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud ahead of him in the pecking order.Dortmund were understood to be keen to re-sign Batshuayi, but he has now agreed to head to Spain.A Valencia statement read: “Valencia CF have reached this Friday an agreement with Chelsea FC for the transfer of Michy Batshuayi until the end of this season.” Michy Batshuayi impressed in Germany last season Best of luck in Spain, @mbatshuayi! 👊🦇— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) August 10, 2018last_img read more


first_imgCUSTOMERS of Ulster Bank in Co Donegal were told today that it may be another week before all its technical glitches are sorted.CEO of RBS’s corporate banking division including Ulster Bank Chris Sullivan even admitted the bank doesn’t actually know yet.Ulster Bank’s customers and those of other banks are continuing to face difficulties with their accounts due to a technical problem. The Letterkenny branch opened on Sunday for the first time. Hard-working staff dealt with a number of customers today as their global IT bosses worked to fix all of its system’s glitches.The bank has said that staff have been working around the clock to clear the backlog.The bank has said it has fixed the original technical issue but that it is having difficulties clearing the backlog in unprocessed transactions.It is the fifth day of this disruption to Ulster Bank services, a small number of ATM and online services have also been interrupted according to the bank. The problem originated with Ulster Bank’s parent group the Royal Bank of Scotland, and has also affected Natwest in the UK. ANOTHER WEEK OF CHAOS AHEAD FOR DONEGAL CUSTOMERS, ADMITS ULSTER BANK was last modified: June 24th, 2012 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:ADMITS ULSTER BANKANOTHER WEEK OF CHAOS AHEAD FOR DONEGAL CUSTOMERSlast_img read more


first_imgIt’s that time of year again, when the people of Inishowen come together to help spread sunshine and happiness across the peninsula as part of Feel Good Fortnight.The annual event, which is now in its third year, kicks off this Saturday, June 21 and runs until July 5. Last year Insight Inishowen, who organise the now-famous fortnight, won the judges’ special award in the all-Ireland Pride of Place competition for Feel Good Fortnight, which brings together individuals, community groups, local business, schools and artists from across the peninsula. And with a packed programme of events, this year’s FGF looks set to be bigger and brighter than ever.Ruth Garvey-Williams, Chairperson of Insight Inishowen, said: “We hope everyone will get involved, the more people who take part the better. It’s all about putting a smile on someone else’s face, which in turn makes you feel good. That ‘pay it forward’ attitude is at the heart of Feel Good Fortnight.“As well as lots of events in Buncrana, there is also a great programme in Moville this year, and we are hoping to make it a truly peninsula-wide event. The concept is about the community doing things and creating things together so we’d encourage anyone with a creative idea during the two weeks should just go for it.”What’s Happening From concerts to craft fairs, heritage walks to healthy living talks, the programme for this year’s Feel Good Fortnight is simply brimming with creativity and community spirit.There will be Teddy Bears picnics, Random Acts of Kindness, reading and story telling in Swan’s Park, the Forest of Intentions, window displays, healthy eating and living events for young and old alike, clothes swap, arts and crafts workshops and projects, yoga sessions, free complementary treatments, beach creativity, Irish conversation groups, art displays, Inishowen’s Got Talent and much, much more.The fortnight kicks off in the early hours of this Saturday morning (June 21) by encouraging people to support the wonderful Feile Grianan Ailigh Summer Solstice Dawn Chorus. Also on Saturday is the Feel Good Craft Fair at The Exchange, Castle Avenue, featuring the best of locally made arts and crafts, refreshments, home baking and more.Next Saturday, June 28, sees one of Feel Good Fortnights biggest events – Take it to the Streets in Buncrana. nRuth said: “This will be a really wonderful day. So many different business and individuals get involved and there will be fun projects for the whole family to enjoy.”Taking place all day in Buncrana town centre, the event is sure to bring a smile to the faces of locals and visitors alike, and includes games and competitions, arts and crafts on the street, live music, as well as ice cream and a barbeque. There will even be an attempt at making Inishowen’s longest (paper) daisy chain, while the Feel Good Fairy will also be making an appearance!The final weekend of Feel Good Fortnight will be just as eventful, culminating with the massive Mad Hatters Tea Party on the Shore Greens, Buncrana on Saturday July 5. With a barbeque featuring the famous Gallagher’s Feel Good Sausages, sports and games, music, birds of prey, and fancy dress, the Alice in Wonderland event will be a day to remember for the young and young at heart. There will be a hat parade with prizes for the craziest and most imaginative hats, as well as an attempt to build Buncrana’s biggest ever sandcastle, so bring your own bucket and spade! For more on these and all the events, download the FGF brochure from, from the Feel Good Fortnight Facebook page, or pick one up from shops and libraries around the area. Volunteers are always welcome to join the amazing feel good team – call 087 795 5401 to sign up for one or more events.Artsy InishowenAs in previous years, the peninsula will be once again ablaze with colour during FGF, particularly in Buncrana where local artists will add a splash of creativity to the town. Young and old have also been flexing their creative muscles again with the now famous Yarn Bombing, which has become synonymous with Feel Good Fortnight and will see local trees adorned with knitting and crocheting.New this year is the exciting makeover of the Buncrana Mental Health Unit. Ruth said: “One of the projects we’re most excited about is our partnership with the HSE mental health unit in Buncrana. This is a way to acknowledge the great work of all the staff at the Mental Health Unit. Lukas Barber is heading up a small team of artists to do a bright, colourful makeover of the waiting area.” Volunteers (especially anyone with experience in painting and decoration) are needed to help with the makeover and donations of paint, etc would be most appreciated. To offer your help simply email, send us a message on Facebook, or call 087 795 5401.Feel Good SongAlso new this year is the official Feel Good Fortnight song! Penned by local singer/songwriter Emmet Shinners, “Colour Me Blue” is a catchy tune written especially for FGF.Ruth said: “Emmet caught the Feel Good Fortnight spirit right from the start, bringing a smile to people’s faces through his performances at the Coffee Cup and other venues. This year he wrote a song specifically for Feel Good Fortnight, called ‘Don’t Colour Me Blue’. It’s a lovely feel good song to get everyone in the mood. We have a link to it on our Facebook page and website, and we’re hoping people will share it and spread that feel good feeling.”Listen to it here:’S FEEL GOOD FORTNIGHT KICKS OFF NEXT WEEKEND was last modified: June 16th, 2014 by StephenShare 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:donegalFeel Good Fortnightlast_img read more

Walter leads Wilson to OT victory

first_imgGIRLS VOLLEYBALL Jordan 3, Fountain Valley 0 Junior outside hitter Jazmine Samoa recorded seven kills and Nikki Moe registered 20 assists as the Panthers (13-6) won their match 25-11, 25-8, 25-13 in the Steve Lewis Classic, which celebrates the life of the former Lakewood girls volleyball coach, who died of cancer last year. Wilson 3, Peninsula 0 Senior opposite Stephanie Barry had 15 kills and 11 digs, and junior middle blocker Elise Hendrickson had nine kills and 10 digs as the Bruins (10-3) won 25-19, 25-20, 25-28 at the Steve Lewis Classic. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 Los Alamitos 11, Miramonte 10; Coronado 14, Los Alamitos 13 The Griffins fell behind in the third period and rallied to tie things up in the fourth to take Miramonte into double overtime, where they scored twice in the second overtime period to pull out a win in a consolation-round game at the William Woollett Aquatic Center. Calvin Kagan tallied four goals, and Clayton Snyder, Jeff Tsim and Austin Trinkle each added two goals. Michael Delaney, a freshman goalie, hauled in 17 saves. In the ninth-place game, Snyder and Kagan scored four goals apiece, but Los Alamitos fell to Coronado 14-13. Tsim added two goals, and Byron Markel, Trinkle and Corey Liska each added a goal. FOOTBALL Brethren Christian 21, Downey Calvary Chapel 16 Senior running back Michael Nuno rushed 36 times for 179 yards and a touchdown run of 10 yards and junior receiver Andrew Park caught a 20-yard pass from senior running back Silvino Sanchez for the Grizzlies (1-4), but their efforts couldn’t overcome the Warriors in nonleague play at Clark Field. In Wilson’s semifinal match against Harvard-Westlake earlier in the day, Justin Rappel of the Wolverines scored three of his five goals on penalty shots to defeat the Bruins, 9-6. The win was Harvard-Westlake’s second consecutive one over Wilson in two weekends. Harvard-Westlake advanced to the finals to face Newport Harbor. Against Harvard-Westlake, Walter and La Bounty each scored twice and Kyle Wootten and Scott Huntley each added a goal. Jacob McIntosh finished with 18 saves for the day and also had three assists for the Bruins, who were without Matt Sagehorn and Anthony Artukovich, who are competing with the U.S. Junior National Team at the Junior World Championships in Argentina. center_img Cody Walter showed that he can do more than just play tough defense for the Wilson High boys water polo team in the third-place game of the S&R Sports Cup Tournament on Saturday night at the William Woollett Aquatics Center in Irvine. The senior utility tallied four assists and six goals, including two scores in overtime, and with 5 seconds left, his lob shot found the back of the cage to give the Bruins a 14-13 victory against San Jose Bellarmine Prep. Walter also had an assist in OT. Charles Wright and Scott La Bounty each scored three goals in the 2-meters and Chris Ward tossed in two goals. last_img read more