Jackson recently completed works on a £1.3 million flood defense scheme in Cleethorpes aimed to protect hundreds of homes and businesses on behalf of the North East Lincolnshire Council.Work to replace the existing timber groyne started on Monday, April 24th 2017. The old groyne was replaced with a Y shaped groyne, made from rocks, which is the most effective shape for the tidal movements around the area, and is the most cost efficient in terms of long-term maintenance.According to the North East Lincolnshire Council, nearly 13,000 tonnes of rock was delivered from Norway to complete the new groyne, with the rock sizes being up to 4 tonnes in weight.The remaining groynes between Wonderland and the Pier will also be partially refurbished as part of this project with new timbers installed to prolong the groynes’ residual life.
The Trayvon Martin Foundation will hold its 7th Annual Peace Walk on February 9th followed by the Remembrance Gala on February 10th.The Peace Walk is a community engagement activity, where youth, community leaders and celebrities can engage in honest and informative discussion pertaining to empowering our youth and overcoming violence in our neighborhoods.On February 10th the foundation will host the Remembrance Weekend with a star studded Gala to honor the community’s civic leaders and heroic individuals.
It had been a disjointed and frustrating night for the Clippers, with whom no lead was safe. A 17-point advantage in the third quarter was quickly erased. A five-point lead in the last minute of regulation was short-lived.A loss would have negated some jaw-dropping individual performances from the Clippers, who have had rare occasions this season when each member of their “big three” delivered on the same night.Blake Griffin scored a season-high 43 points, continuing his run of strong play since returning from injury suffered late in January.“It’s a cliché, but he has played like he’s on a mission,” J.J. Redick said of Griffin. “I don’t know what mission that is, but he’s been dominant. This is as good as I’ve seen him play.”Added Paul: “He’s just super-duper aggressive, which we like.”Paul overcame a dreadful 4-of-18 shooting night to finish with 15 points, 17 assists and nine rebounds.Walker led Charlotte with 34 points, while his backcourt mate, Nicolas Batum, added 31.No Clippers starter played fewer than 35 minutes, with Griffin and DeAndre Jordan, who finished with 20 points and 19 rebounds, logging 43 apiece.“We needed all the starters minutes tonight,” Woodson said. “Our bench struggled a little throughout the game. Our starters were able to get it done. Doc had to play them a lot of minutes to make things happen.”The Clippers are in their second game reunited since Paul returned from injury. Six players combined for 17 points, and no reserve scored more than five points.The Clippers were ahead by five points late in regulation, but after a 3-pointer by Walker three and a pair of free throws from the All-Star guard, the game was headed for overtime.An eight-point lead at the end of the first quarter? Charlotte answered with a 13-0 run at the start of the second period.The Clippers responded to seize a 59-51 edge at halftime. They quickly more than doubled it, scoring nine straight points to open the third quarter. However, with a 68-51 lead in hand, things began to fall apart.When Jordan drove to the basket for a dunk with 4:53 left in the third quarter, it stopped the bleeding on the sort of run the Clippers are often guilty of committing. The Hornets had stormed back to tie the game at 69 with an 18-1 run that spanned more than five minutes as the Clippers missed seven straight shots.Their struggles even lasted into overtime. The Clippers led 120-116 with 1:19 left in the extra period, only to allow the Hornets to tie it at 120.After Griffin made one of two free throws, the Hornets had the ball with 20 seconds left and seemingly the inside track to steal a victory and prolong the Clippers’ struggles.That was when Paul stepped up. He didn’t make the winning shot, but he made the winning play. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error LOS ANGELES >> The ball bounced on the rim, looked like it might fall through, then fell off.Chris Paul grimaced as the clock ticked to zero. His chance to win the game was lost; the game was going to overtime.Once there, he sealed the victory with his defense.“When we came to that last timeout with 20 seconds left,” Blake Griffin said, “you could kind of see it in our guys’ eyes, that we weren’t going to let them score.” With the Clippers nursing a one-point lead with 10 seconds remaining, Paul hounded Charlotte All-Star Kemba Walker into throwing the ball away. DeAndre Jordan grabbed the ball and passed ahead to Paul who drove to the basket and …Missed again.Jordan followed it up with a dunk and the Clippers escaped with a 124-121 win against the Hornets, their first in three games since the All-Star break.Walker protested that he had been fouled, and was about to stumble back over midcourt before tossing the ball away.“We came up with it,” said Clippers assistant coach Mike Woodson, who addressed the media because Doc Rivers felt ill after the game. “It was a big defensive effort down the stretch.”
Minnesota Vikings’ Adrian Peterson makes his way off an NFL football practice field at Winter Park in Eden Prairie, Minn., Friday, Oct. 11, 2013. Peterson said he is certain he will play Sunday despite a serious personal matter that caused him to miss practice earlier this week. (AP Photo/The Star Tribune, Elizabeth Flores)by Dave CampbellAP Pro Football Writer MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — When Adrian Peterson was 7, he saw his older brother die in a bike accident when he was hit by a drunken driver.For Peterson’s teenage years, his father was in prison. He grew up poor in east Texas. Shortly before the Minnesota Vikings drafted him in 2007, a half-brother, was shot and killed.Long before Peterson began running through the NFL record book, he learned to turn tragedy into fuel for an exceptional career. Football has always been his escape, and now he’s dealing with more off-the-field strife.One of Peterson’s sons, a victim of alleged child abuse, died Friday of severe head injuries suffered in the attack. The man charged in the case, Joseph Patterson, was home alone with the 2-year-old boy Wednesday and called 911 to report he was choking, according to police. Patterson was the boyfriend of the child’s mother.Peterson missed practice Thursday to be in Sioux Falls, S.D., where the boy lived with his mother and Patterson. He returned to the Vikings on Friday.“Things that I go through, I’ve said a thousand times, it helps me play this game to a different level,” he said after practice, about an hour after the child’s death. “I’m able to kind of release a lot of my stress through this sport, so that’s what I plan on doing.”Twitter has been filled with public condolences for Peterson and his loved ones. From LeBron James to Barry Sanders to Josh Groban, his peers, opponents and admirers expressed their sadness and support.“Praying for you and your family. May God give you the strength,” tweeted New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck, whose team plays the Vikings on Oct. 21.The Vikings play Carolina on Sunday, and Peterson promised to participate.“I’ll be ready to roll, focused,” he said.That’s no surprise to anyone who’s known him.“The death of his brother at that young age drove him to want to be the very best that he could be,” said Steve Eudey, who was Peterson’s youth football coach and a mentor to him growing up. “Because in his opinion, Brian was always better than he was and he felt he had to live up to those expectations.”Peterson’s relationship with the dead son was not known publicly, but the boy did not carry Peterson’s name. Peterson has another son, Adrian Jr., who lives with him, he confirmed on Twitter on Saturday in attempt to clarify his family situation.“He’s a wonderful human being,” said Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops, who coached Peterson in college. “He’s a very faithful, strong, Christian guy that we all dearly, we all love him. We’re all there for him. Incredibly tragic event. He’s a great a kid, a great man, a great kid when I had him.”Adrian Peterson Jr. showed up at training camp this year and posed for pictures after one practice with his dad. Peterson also has a daughter; he tweeted last month about how she teased him about Minnesota’s loss that afternoon to Cleveland.“So my daughter is laying here under me and just out the blue she says … I can’t believe you lost to the Browns Daddy!” Peterson posted Sept. 22.Peterson’s half brother, Chris Paris, was killed in Houston the night before the NFL’s scouting combine, where Peterson and the rest of the draft prospects worked out for all 32 teams. After wondering whether he could find the strength to participate, he remembered Paris’s recent encouragement to him to represent his hometown of Palestine, Texas, well with a strong showing there in Indianapolis.That day was hard, but growing up might’ve been ever harder.Peterson’s dad, Nelson Peterson, was sent to prison for drug dealing when his soon-to-be-famous son was 13. Six years prior to that, Peterson’s brother, Brian, who was 11 months older than him, died in front of him in that horrific car-bike crash. The two Peterson boys were tight.So after all that, then came the latest sorrow. Peterson was surrounded by a swarm of media members, cameras and recorders in a three-deep half-circle in the Vikings’ locker room Friday. He was asked how he has dealt with such adversity.“Just staying prayed up. One thing I always bounce back to is that the good Lord never gives you more than you can bear, than you can handle. So I’m built tough,” he said.His teammates didn’t have to be reminded about that.“Our thoughts and prayers are with him and his family. We’re there for him with whatever he needs and try and help his morale and be there for him,” fellow running back Toby Gerhart said.___AP Sports Writers Schuyler Dixon in Dallas and Jon Krawczynski in Minneapolis contributed to this report.___Dave Campbell on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/DaveCampbellAP___AP NFL website: http://www.pro32.ap.org
By The Nelson Daily SportsBeggars can’t be choosers.Which is why the Nelson franchise will gladly take its first two points of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League season, a 3-2 victory over the visiting Penticton Lakers Sunday afternoon a the NDCC Arena.Connor McLaughlin scored the winning goal midway through the third period to give Nelson its first win in five attempts.Twice the 2010 KIJHL finalists took a one-goal advantage.Colton Schnell gave the Leafs a 1-0 when he tucked the centering pass past Adam Harris in the Laker nets.Andriano Mungioli tied the game in the second before Patrick Martens restored the Nelson lead with an unassisted marker just over a minute later.But Rylie Gallagher beat Marcus Beesley three minutes into the final frame setting up McLaughlin to be the hero.Nelson out shot Penticton 30-22 in the contest.Nelson netminder Beesley registered his first junior hockey win.The win lifted the weight of the world off the Heritage City franchise especially after Nelson took it on the chin Friday and Saturday against two Murdoch Division opponents.Beaver Valley Nitehawks doubled the Green and White 6-3 at the NDCC Arena to open the weekend on a sour note.Six different Nitehawks found the score sheet for the visitors.McLaughlin had three points for Nelson, two goals and an assist.Braden Redschlag rounded out the scoring for Nelson.Beesley registered the loss for the Leafs.Saturday, the Grand Forks Border Bruins looked like KIJHL contenders against the Leafs.The Bruins scored six power play goals, including three in the opening period to erase a 1-0 deficit, en route to a 6-2 trashing in the Boundary City.Nelson gets another shot at the Bruins when the teams hook up Friday in Grand Forks.Saturday, the Fernie Ghostriders, the team Nelson edged in the Kootenay Conference final, pay a visit to the Heritage City.Puck drops at 7 [email protected]
A small but determined contingent from Nelson Nordic Ski Club returned from the BC Midgets this weekend in Salmon Arm, with a bronze medal, several ribbons and some proud and funny moments to remember.Nine-year-old Maya Abraham captured third in the 2006 girls’ 300 metre sprints and fifth in the 2 km classic race, while teammate Kaleum Smith nabbed 5th in both events for the 2006 boys, and also took home one of only five coveted technique awards in the classic event.In the 2003 age category, Noah Malenfant won the B final of the boys’ sprints for a 7th place finish overall, with Felix Barron placing 12th overall after an unfortunate spill in the home stretch.First-year racer Elias Lussier (2006 boys) pulled off an 11th place in the sprints and 14th in the classic. Oscar Willems (2005) and Tess Nuttall (2003) also showed good technique and finished strong.The event known as “Midgets” is the provincial championships for skiers aged 9-12. It also draws in high-calibre skiers from places like Canmore, Alberta and the Methow Valley, in Washington State, making for stiff competition, with 20-30 skiers in each age category, many of whom are already training three or more times a week. The Midgets are a great learning experience for all who attend – a chance to work on starts in mass settings, to develop strategy, and to practice dealing with nerves.Coach Doris Hausleitner expressed how proud she was of the kids for skiing smart, clean races and representing Nelson well.All of the athletes worked very hard, encouraged each other, and showed patience waiting through the many heats and divisions.With temperatures right around and above zero, waxing conditions were tricky, making this year’s event even more of a learning experience than usual.But the young athletes benefitted from the positive attitudes and encouragement of the coaches – Hausleitner and Karen Redfern – and the early-morning dedication of the wax techs, Erik Leslie and Kurstun Smith (and the good humour of siblings!)The coaches’ race and the team relays were definite highlights for the kids – Hausleitner’s hastily improvised bright orange Lone Ranger mask added levity and laughter to the occasion, as did the surprised announcer’s comment, “We don’t know who he is [sic], but that little guy canski!”Nelson Nordic’s youth racers now have a bit of a break from competition until Feb 27/28 when Rossland’s Blackjack Nordic Ski Club hosts their annual Loppet and the final race of the Teck Kootenay Cup circuit.The Nelson club encourages as many Nelson skiers as possible to participate, and assist in our bid for the Kootenay Cup.
Espinoza, who is single, broke his maiden in 1992 in Mexico City and will turn 43 on May 23. ARCADIA, Calif. (May 4, 2015)–A bus driver 25 years ago in his native Mexico City, jockey Victor Espinoza returned to Santa Anita on Sunday perched firmly atop the racing world following his win in Saturday’s Kentucky Derby aboard favored American Pharoah. A winner of last year’s Run for the Roses with California Chrome, Espinoza, 42, notched his third overall win in America’s biggest race and appears to be a cinch to be inducted into racing’s Hall of Fame in the not-too-distant future.No stranger to racing’s peaks and valleys, Espinoza tasted defeat aboard favored Stellar Wind in Friday’s Kentucky Oaks, but true to his credo, marshalled on with a positive attitude on Derby Day and he sat down for a question and answer session following the races at Santa Anita on Sunday.Q. How much sleep did you get last night and when did you get back to L.A.? “None. Just like last year, I stopped at a few places and then I went straight to the airport. I got into LAX at about 10:30 this morning. It’s my job. When my name is in the program and I’m named to ride horses, people expect me to be here and to ride.” (Espinoza won with his first mount on Sunday, a maiden filly trained by John Shirreffs named Two Taps). Q. It’s always crazy on Derby Day and this year, maybe even more so with a record crowd of more than 170,000 people. What was it like? “My biggest concern was how American Pharoah would warm up and he warmed up excellent going to the gate. We stayed a little bit longer in the paddock, I don’t know why so I went and talked to Baffert and I talked to (owner, Ahmed) Zayat a little bit. He was so nervous. I told him, ‘You know what Mr. Zayat, just go up in the grandstand and enjoy the show, I’ll take care of the rest.’ He said ‘Thank you, Victor.’ Then I talked some more with Baffert about how we thought the race was going to be run.” Q. You had a big disappointment with Stellar Wind in the Kentucky Oaks on Friday. It looked like she had a rough trip? “I was very disappointed with the way she ran. I thought she was going to run big. As soon as she came out of the gate, it was just not her. We had a little bit of trouble in the first turn butnot too bad. She still ran fourth, but I had to ride her very hard the last part…Friday was just a rough day, but I had to rest up Friday night, try to forget about it and recover for the next day.” 42-YEAR-OLD MEXICO CITY NATIVE WON LAST YEAR WITH CALIFORNIA CHROME, AND WITH THREE OVERALL DERBY TROPHIES, APPEARS DESTINED FOR RACING’S HALL OF FAME –30– Q. You had a great post in the Derby, but American Pharoah lost a lot of ground. Did that concern you as the race was being run? “No, not at all. When I got the number 18, I knew that we were going to lose a little ground there, but even if we lost a few lengths on both turns, I felt like I was on the best horse and it wasn’t going to matter…With American Pharoah, I’m not real concerned about losing ground. I just want him to run his race.” Q. Are you ready to say that American Pharoah might be the best horse you’ve ever ridden? “They’re all different. They are all different horses. I cannot say which one would be better. I never compare which horse I’ve ridden is the best, they’re all special to me. I mean, California Chrome is my boy, you know what I mean? He carried me through last year and now American Pharoah, he’s special to me.” Q. You’ve won a lot of big races with Bob Baffert, including the Derby 13 years ago. Did he seem more nervous than usual to you this week? “He was really nervous at the draw. I was there and it was like torture. I think American Pharoah could’ve won from anywhere, but you just don’t want the rail in the Derby with 20 horses…It got so late with the rail still available that it was just terrible in there…I can’t take it and I looked at Bob and he couldn’t even talk and I was getting sick. For me, that was the worst moment ever when the rail was still available. There was more pressure at the draw than there was during the race.” Q. War Emblem, California Chrome and American Pharoah. With three Derby wins, it looks like you’re a cinch to get into the Hall of Fame pretty soon. Have you thought about that? “No, not at all. I never think about the Hall of Fame. My focus is just winning…I never thought I’d be in the Hall of Fame you know? If I get in there, it’s just an extra thing that I don’t have to worry about. Safety is the most important thing to me right now for the rest of my career. Since the beginning of my career, I’ve always been able to win races. Winning races for me, it’s always been just a matter of time because I know I can do it. Now, I need to ride smart and stay healthy, that’s the most important thing.” Q. American Pharoah has rated well in his last two races. Can you win on the lead in the Preakness if you need to? “Absolutely. Most his races, he’s been on the lead, but I knew with the big field in the Derby, it would be very tough to go right to the lead and win, but he’s proven he can do that, no problem.” Q. Yesterday, you said you were the luckiest Mexican on earth. Are you planning a trip to Las Vegas soon? “I wish I had time, because my luck is good right now. But there’s one thing, when I go to Vegas, I don’t gamble. I’ll go to the casinos, but I’ve never gambled in my entire life.” Q. Gary Stevens packed you pretty wide with Firing Line turning for home. At that point, you got busy right handed. Tell us about the stretch run. “Turning for home, I knew Gary was going to start drifting out, so I didn’t want to get too close to him. I purposely took ‘Pharoah’ a little bit further out so we didn’t lose our momentum. I have so much respect for Gary Stevens. He’s tough to get by, believe me. Turning for home, I thought I had him whenever I wanted him. I thought at the eighth pole, once my horse puts his head in front, the Derby’s over, but it wasn’t over. He made my horse run hard right to the end.”
0Shares0000Romelu Lukaku got both goals for Manchester United at Turf Moor © AFP / Lindsey PARNABYBURNLEY, United Kingdom, Sep 2 – Two goals from Romelu Lukaku brought Jose Mourinho a much-needed 2-0 win at Burnley on Sunday, although it was another eventful and controversial afternoon for his Manchester United side.England international Marcus Rashford, only on the field for 10 minutes as a substitute, was sent off after 70 minutes for a headbutt on Phil Bardsley who had clipped the United man’s ankles in cynical fashion. Just two minutes earlier, Mourinho had also seen Paul Pogba miss a penalty with the chance to put the visitors out of sight.But Lukaku’s first-half double was enough for a well-earned three points as United bounced back from consecutive defeats to Brighton and Tottenham that had put Mourinho under the spotlight.Lukaku opened the scoring on 26 minutes, after a period of bright and direct football from Mourinho’s team.Alexis Sanchez was recalled to Mourinho’s starting line-up and responded by setting up the opener as Lukaku rose impressively between two defenders to head the Chilean’s cross past Joe Hart.A second goal before the break looked inevitable, although it took until the final minute for it to arrive as Luke Shaw chased onto Sanchez’s back heel and into the Burnley area.The ball eventually landed with Jesse Lingard on the edge of the area and, after his shot took deflections off both Charlie Taylor and Ashley Westwood, Lukaku was well positioned to turn and sweep in from six yards.– Mourinho backed –Victory for Manchester United at Burnley eased the pressure on manager Jose Mourinho © AFP / Lindsey PARNABYIt was a rewarding first period for Mourinho and his team, not to mention the 2,400 visiting supporters at Turf Moor who showed their backing for Mourinho.In contrast, there was a demonstration by fans against the club’s executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward with a plane flown over the Lancashire ground towing a banner that read: “Ed Woodward, a specialist in failure.”It was a poignant comment from supporters who clearly blame Woodward’s lack of action in the transfer market for the club’s poor start to the season – rather than their high-profile manager.That lacklustre opening to the campaign saw United in danger of losing three of their first four league games for the first time since 1986.Mourinho, though, had looked relaxed even before kick-off, joking with officials in the tunnel and shaking hands with players from both teams as they exited the dressing rooms.And within minutes of kick-off, that confidence looked well placed as United dominated.Lingard, alone, was presented with three decent chances inside the opening nine minutes, one of which drew a slightly panicked save from Hart.Hart also saved well from Lukaku, as he and Sanchez looked to convert a three-on-two break, while his opposite number David De Gea remained a virtual spectator.The Spanish keeper was finally forced into action after 63 minutes, comfortably stopping Chris Wood’s header at the foot of his post.But that was a rare respite for Burnley who needed Hart to save from a Sanchez half-volley and to parry a fierce shot from Shaw before the late controversies.Lukaku should have claimed a hat-trick, being denied again by Hart, when clean through on goal, then actually rounding the keeper only to miss an open net under pressure from Ben Mee.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)
Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… sarah perez Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Google Wave, the maddeningly confusing yet highly innovative real-time collaboration tool, will become a member of Google’s online office suite Google Apps later this year. The service, still in closed beta, is meant to be a modern-day revamp of email – what email would be if it was invented in 2009 instead of the 1960’s. Yet the interface, a mashup of email, chat, and collaborative document editing, left many early adopters with mixed feelings about the product…at least in its current form. Called “unproductive,” “complex,” and “overwhelming” by the same people who usually embrace new technologies, it seems an odd choice to add the still-developing Wave service to the Google Apps line-up at this time. But Google has confirmed they will do exactly that.As mentioned in a blog post late last year, Google is now preparing to roll out Wave to Google Apps customers along with the VoIP service Google Voice and 200 other improvements and updates to their current suite of office tools. Google Wave: Innovative, ConfusingThe technologies at the core of Google Wave are impressive. With an HTML5-enabled interface and real-time protocols for instant interaction, Wave was highly anticipated among tech enthusiasts prior to its launch. However, once beta testers gained access to the redesigned inbox experience delivered by Wave, the results were those of confusion, feelings of being overwhelmed and apparently, eventual abandonment. That’s not to say Google Wave is a failure. The service is just a little too raw right now for everyday use by a majority of internet users. The problem with Wave stems from its overcrowded inbox of “waves” – threads of conversation updated in real-time. Within a wave, users can have IM-like chats, share and edit documents, and even “replay” a wave to see a history of the changes made. At launch time, anyone using the service could add any other user to a wave – even if that other user had no interest in participating. This led to an inbox filled with waves, only some of which may have been relevant or interesting. In addition, communicating in real-time, while nice for IM, may not be as productive when attempting to share the sort of longer thoughts and instructions typically sent out via email. There are ways Wave could be streamlined for better ease-of-use, though. Whitelisting and blacklisting tools could lock down waves to invited participants only and better filtering mechanisms could help high-priority waves rank higher than others. Not all of these tools are available yet in the current version of the product, though, and some may never be. Google Apps Users to Become Beta Testers?Google is also investigating how to integrate some of Wave’s features into their other products. According to Google Enterprise President Dave Girouard,the company is “trying to learn and see what sort of use cases evolve from it and how it changes.” Yet even he admitted that Wave is “not nearly at the level of understanding and readiness of the core Google Apps services.”So why is Google rushing to roll it out this year? The answer may be that Google simply wants a larger test bed to help them generate ideas for improving the service. Although we’ve highlighted several usecases for Wave in the past, a good many people still say they don’t see the need for it. But all the effort and development that went into building a product like Wave isn’t likely something Google wants to abandon so soon. Tags:#Google#web
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