The Guardian’s Rob Kitson linked this Irish performance to one by England in the lead-up to the 2003 World Cup – we’ll have to wait to see if a world triumph follows next year… Green giants: Ireland celebrate their win over New Zealand (Getty Images) Justin Marshall: “this game has got everything.”My mate, quick as a flash: “no it doesn’t have two all black tries”.#IREvNZL— Jim Kayes (@JimKayes) November 17, 2018 Find out how people have reacted to the Irish win over the All Blacks in Dublin Paddy Wallace captured commentator Michael Corcoran in full swing in the closing seconds… That was an incredible day for Irish rugby. Lots of us waited years for that & some of the younger spectators believe that can happen all the time . They are our future, thankfully . @IrishRugby @rugbyunited #TeamOfUs pic.twitter.com/ynhqRyuDNj— Jonathan Meade (@Meadejonathan) November 17, 2018 Rugby Players Ireland did their own interpretation of Stockdale’s try, which proved the difference between the two teams… LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALSSkip AdAds by Ireland fly-half Johnny Sexton, who played superbly in this fixture and is in the running for the World Player of the Year award, posted this on Instagram… The reaction to Ireland’s win over New ZealandIreland achieved a famous win against New Zealand at the Aviva Stadium to make it two victories in three Tests over the world champions in two years.Johnny Sexton kicked 11 points and Jacob Stockdale scored a try, while Beauden Barrett kicked two penalties and a drop-goal – but New Zealand failed to score a try.Related: Historic win for Ireland over New Zealand in DublinSo what have people had to say about the triumph? Here’s a look at some of the best reactions from social media…Former Ireland wing Tommy Bowe kept it simple with this… Joe Schmidt and the Ireland players all hailed the incredible atmosphere created by the crowd and some of those in attendance have posted about their experiences… World Rugby chief executive Brett Gosper turned attentions to Japan 2019… Kiwi reporter Jim Kayes tweeted this amusing post… It was an incredible game of rugby in Dublin, a match worthy of the top two sides in the world. Now the build-up to the World Cup begins in earnest.Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Congratulations @IrishRugby on victory over @AllBlacks. Talk of Ireland wining a @rugbyworldcup must be fighting with Guinness for a place on Irish lips tonight.— Brett Gosper (@brettgosper) November 17, 2018In the post-match press conference New Zealand coach Steve Hansen also looked ahead to next year’s World Cup, insisting that Ireland are now favourites even though the All Blacks remain ranked as the best side in the world… Tom Hamilton, of ESPN, was hugely impressed by the victory…
Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Facebook News Facebook Twitter Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Twitter Google+ Previous articleCouncil announces planned reservoir shutdowns as water problems persistNext articleDonegal County Council replenishes salt stocks News Highland WhatsApp Pinterest 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry By News Highland – December 29, 2009 Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Call for funding to upgrade approach roads to Blaney Bridge Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th WhatsApp Donegal Councillor Mick Quinn is calling on central government to allocate funding for the upgrading of the road from Kindrum to the Harry Blaney Bridge over Mulroy Bay.Cllr Quinn says while Donegal County Council does not have the necessary funding to up-grade this road, extra funding was announced in the national budget for tourism infrastructure, and he’s calling on the government to deploy some of that money to Donegal.He says for the bridge to reach its full potential, the roads leading to it must be suitably upgraded. 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic
Christina Carrega/ABC News(SUITLAND, Md.) — A heartbroken Suitland, Maryland, family traveled to a New York City courtroom on Thursday to face the woman, who gave lethal butt injections to their loved one and legally “got away with murder.”Kelly Mayhew made an appointment with Donna Francis for May 30, 2015 to have a discounted buttock augmentation procedure done. The 34-year-old and her mother, Latrice Mayhew-Lane, made the five-hour trip to the basement of a home on Dickens Street in Far Rockaway that Francis, “an incompetent quack,” disguised as a “second-rate medical office,” said Acting Queens District Attorney John Ryan in a press release.Francis, 39 of London, England, had a massage table set up and was armed with dimethicone — a silicone-based gel — purchased from Ebay. Mayhew received the first injection of the clear fluid and as the second dosage was inserted, she “began showing signs of distress,” said Ryan.While holding Mayhew-Lane’s hand, Mayhew pleaded for her life as Francis refused to call for help, said Mayhew-Lane’s son, Richard Lane, as he read from a letter his mother wrote. The frantic mother said she called 911, but didn’t know the cross streets and Francis, again, refused to help. Instead, Francis left the mother and daughter in the house, got into a car and flew back to her home country.“Kelly’s last words to me were ‘Mommy, hold my hand,’” said Lane.Mayhew went into cardiac arrest and died at a nearby hospital.“She was a coward … and she had been a coward for the last three years fighting extradition back to this country,” said Assistant District Attorney George DeLuca-Farrugia in court on Thursday.The city’s medical examiner ruled her death a homicide as a result of systemic silicone embolism.Francis fought extradition to face the consequences of her actions for criminally negligent homicide that carries an upstate prison term of up to four years.“I’m not sure what information was given to the British courts or what they knew regarding the backstory. But one wonders, had this crime occurred in London, if they would have been content with a one year sentence for this action,” said Queens Supreme Court Justice Kenneth Holder to Francis.Stipulations of Francis’ agreed-upon extradition was a limited sentence of a year in jail and to not serve any of the time on Rikers Island.“I’m sorry, it was not my intention to hurt anyone,” cried Francis, who wore a navy-blue pant suit with yellow stiletto heels. “Sorry for all the years that this has been going on. I’m sorry, I’m sorry.”“I have to say that the phrase getting away with murder certainly applies to you and to say that I’m not happy with this plea and sentence is an understatement,” said Holder to Francis who has been housed in Suffolk County.If the judge rejected the extradition conditions, the family may never see Francis brought to justice. The family — which filled one half of the Kew Gardens courtroom — would have to wait until Francis “makes a mistake” and travels to another country “that does not have same interest England has in dictating the terms of your extradition,” said Holder, adding, “… because what she (Mayhew-Lane) is not getting here, in my opinion, is justice.”“She got away with murder,” said Mayhew-Lane outside of the courthouse as she wiped away tears and was consoled by her son, Richard Lane.In 2016, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons released a study that showed that between 2000 and 2015 deaths related to butt augmentations were up 252% — 4,767 in 2015, up from 1,356 in 2000. Prosecutors said it should be noted that when silicone is injected into a human body, it must be encapsulated to prevent free silicone from entering the bloodstream and causing an embolism.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
16 Petrel Avenue Mermaid Beach“Once you step outside the gate you realise how busy it all is, you have the beach on one side and Nobby’s on the other.“The home is a private sanctuary in the middle of it all.” More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North11 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agogc16 Petrel Avenue Mermaid BeachTimber stairs and floors combine with floor-to-ceiling glass walls and louvres to create a seamless integration between the inside and outside. Colourful contemporary interiors bring the layout to life while raked ceilings add to the ambience. 16 Petrel Avenue Mermaid Beach“I have counted that it is exactly 27 steps to my favourite coffee shop,” the father-of-three said. “It is the convenience that drew us to this place but the home has an incredible retro beach vibe. 16 Petrel Avenue Mermaid BeachThe study has a separate entrance from the courtyard. “I do a lot of work from home and it was a perfect second office that was a little bit detached from the living spaces,” he said. 16 Petrel Avenue Mermaid BeachSQUID tentacle sculptures, courtyard mirrors and a suspended stairwell create a sense of quirkiness at this strikingly beautiful Mermaid Beach home.The owner of mortgage broker service Blue Coast Finance, Paul Collis bought the four-bedroom home two years ago after he and his family moved from acreage property. gcb realestate 16 Petrel Avenue Mermaid Beach 9 February 2017“I hate to leave the house but my wife and I are expanding our family and we need another room.” 16 Petrel Avenue Mermaid Beach“There is something really quirky about it and I haven’t seen this type of design anywhere else on the Gold Coast.“I’m not a great big fan of Gold Coast homes but this one has character.”The home is filled with artwork and sculptures which Mr Collis bought from the local Gallery One. 16 Petrel Avenue Mermaid BeachOutside, an alfresco courtyard features vertical garden walls and a water feature.Mr Colllis, who moved from Sydney 12 years ago, said he loved the space the house offered.“I think this unique design really stands out,” Mr Collis said.
Andy Murray has been named as the top seed for the Australian Open which starts next week, the first time the Scot has been ranked No 1 in a Grand Slam.Murray, a five-time finalist, will be chasing his first Melbourne title while his main rival will be six-time winner Novak Djokovic who has been handed the second seed position.The pair have met in four previous finals, including last year, with Djokovic winning on all four occasions and having beaten Murray in Doha last week, the Serb will be confident of becoming the first man to win the Australian Open on seven occasions. Federer return to Grand Slam action having missed the US Open and the second half of last season with back and knee injuries and having dropped out of the top 10 for the first time since 2002, he is seeded 17th meaning a possible third round tie with Murray or Djokovic could be on the cards.The four-time Aussie Open champion is chasing an 18th Grand Slam title but has not won a major since Wimbledon in 2012 and Melbourne next week will be his first competitive tournament since Wimbledon last year.Nadal is seeded ninth and a potential quarter-final opponent for the top four. The 14-time Grand Slam champion is without a major in almost three years and suffered a five-set first round defeat to Fernando Verdasco in Melbourne last year.In the women’s singles, defending champion and world No 1 Angelique Kerber leads the way followed by 22-time Grand Slam winner Serena Williams.Britain’s Johanna Konta, a semi-finalist at Melbourne Park 12 months ago, is the No 9 seed. Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
4 Sep 2016 Lily May becomes youngest Liphook Scratch winner Teenager Lily May Humphreys has become the youngest-ever winner of the Liphook Scratch Cup – at the age of 14. The England girl international, from Channels in Essex, came in with a three-under par total of 141 to win by five shots from Georgia Price (Bude and North Cornwall). Fellow girl international Sharna Dutrieux (Wrotham Heath) was third on 149. Humphreys adds this to a long list of 2016 successes which includes wins in the Fairhaven Trophies, the English U16 girls’ open championship and the North of England U16 championship. She was also third in the European Young Masters. Price was runner-up in the English women’s strokeplay and third in last week’s British women’s strokeplay