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  • Alzheimer’s Association hosts ‘Lunch & Learn’ to focus on dementia-related behavior

    first_imgBatesville, In. — The Greater Cincinnati Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association will hold a Lunch & Learn event entitled “Understanding & Responding to Dementia-related Behavior’ Thursday, October 11 at the Batesville Memorial Public library. Lunch is provided at 11:30 a.m. and the program will run from noon to 1 p.m.The program is free unless it is taken to meet a continuing education requirement, then it will cost $15. Register online or call 513-721-4284.last_img


    first_imgUSL Results & Reports 25.08.134 Lanterns USLCockhill Celtic 4 0 Bonagee Utd. Derry City Res. 3 5 Swilly Rovers(match reversed to Swilly Park)Letterkenny Rovers 2 1 Fanad Utd.DPD First Division Swilly Rovers Res. 0 4 Kildrum Tigers Res. Reports Cockhill Celtic 4Bonagee Utd. 0Cockhill started off on the front foot and pinned Bonagee back for long periods in the1st half. Bonagee played with 3in the centre midfield with the hard working Anthony Appiah up front. Cockhill almost broke the deadlock on 19th minutes with Gerard Mc Laughlin crossing for Garvin Friel to head narrowly over. A minute later Johnny Havlin hit the bar from a Gerry Gill corner. On the 31st minute Bonagee almost broke the stalemate when Anthony Appiah brought a good save from Gavin Cullen, the ball broke and Cockhill countered with Garvin Friel crossing for Mark Moran to tap inn at the back post: 1-0 to Cockhill. Cockhill continued to dominate with numerous half chances but Bonagee almost drew level on the stroke of half time with Appiah spurning a a great chance. Cockhill got a second goal on the 48th minute when Jimmy Bradley fed Garvin Friel who held of a defender and coolly slotted via the Bonagee post. This seemed to knock the stuffing out of Bonagee with Cockhill creating numerous chances in the second half. A 3rd arrived when Jimmy Bradley for Aiden O Donnell to slot home from 5 yards. Cockhill grabbed a 4th in the 89th minute a corner from Christy Mc Laughlin corner was headed home by Johnny Havlin. Final score Cockhill 4 Bonagee 0.  Letterkenny Rovers 2Fanad Utd. 1Second half goals from Letterkenny Rovers’ in-form strike force of Darren McElwaine and Oisin McMenamin ensured all three points for the home side in this tight tussle with Fanad United at Leckview Park. It was an important victory for Trevor Scanlon’s side as they looked to build on last week’s impressive showing in their 6-1 defeat of Swilly Rovers and move a step closer to securing a third place finish. However, this game remained in the balance right up until the end as the hosts conceded a penalty within sixty seconds of doubling their advantage and Brian McVeigh’s spot kick for Fanad made for an uncomfortable finish.Indeed the visitors played most of the second half with ten men following the dismissal of Oisin Hassett. The opening forty-five minutes was rather low key. The main talking point was a McElwaine header which was scooped off the line ten minutes before the break. However, the Convoy man did find the target seven minutes after the re-start. Jonathan Minnock swung in a left footed corner and McElwaine’s powerful header from inside the box found the back of the net. Hassett’s red card two minutes later following an altercation with Chris Malseed had the visitors in further trouble. Rovers pressed for the second goal and while Kevin McGrath came close twice, they did eventually double their lead with seventeen minutes remaining. Jason Doherty skipped in from the right wing before he sliced open the Fanad defence with a precise pass through to Oisin McMenamin and the diminutive striker stroked the ball home past Jordan McBride for his fourth goal in two games. Fanad replied immediately when substitute Anthony Doherty upended David Edwards inside the box and McVeigh made no mistake from the penalty kick. Goalkeeper Jason Quinn got down well to deny an effort from Edwards while McElwaine and Kieran Doherty both had chances to wrap up the win in the closing minutes. Letterkenny Rovers – Jason Quinn, Kieran Doherty, Dan O’Donnell, Jonathan Minnock, Ruairi Kelly (Anthony Doherty on 46 mins) , Chris Malseed, Jason Doherty (Aaron Scanlon on 85 mins) , Glenn Gallagher, Darren McElwaine, Oisin McMenamin, Kevin McGrath.Fanad United – Jordan McBride, Myles McBride (Pauric Ferry on 76 mins), Daire McDaid, Ryan McGonigle, Glenn McNulty, Paddy McGrenaghan (Oisin Shiels on 90 mins) , Conor Matthewson (Kyle Burke on 85 mins) , Oisin Hassett, Brian McVeigh, David Edwards, Aiden Sweeney.Referee – Warren Harvey DPD First DivisionSwilly Rovers Res. 0Kildrum Tigers Res. 4Kildrum Tigers sealed the first division title with an impressive 4-0 win over a youthful Swilly Rovers team. Kevin Barr, the ex Derry City player with two fine goals and one a piece from Barry O Donnell and William Lynch sealed the victory. Swilly’s Bobby Hanlon an eleventh hour stand could not be faulted as swilly were short regular keepers Gareth Wade, Caelon Bolton and John Roulston. Kildrum were 1-0 up at half time but they overpowered Swilly in the second half to seal the victory. Both teams had a player each dismissed in the second half. Young Bobby Hanlon performed very well for the home side with a good team display for the visitors and newly crowned First Division champions.Match Referee : Thomas Mc Aree       Fixtures4 Lanterns USLMonday, August 26th at 7:45pmFinn Harps Res. v Drumkeen UtdRef. T. McAree Wednesday, August 28th at 7pmDerry City Res. v Fanad Utd.Ref. P. Coll Sunday, September 1st at 2pm (E.T. & Pens if required)Donegal News League Cup Semi-FinalsCockhill Celtic v Finn Harps Res.Ref. P. Duddy; Assts. T. McAree & P. Coll Drumkeen Utd. v Swilly RoversRef. S. Toner; Assts. C. McLaughlin & V. McLaughlin 4 Lanterns USLMonday, September 2nd at 8pmFanad Utd. v Bonagee Utd.Ref. J. McHugh DPD First DivisionTuesday, August 27th at 6:30pmBonagee Utd. Res. v Swilly Rovers Res.Ref. C. McLaughlinFriday, August 30th at 6:30pmDrumkeen Utd. Res. v Letterkenny Rovers Res.Ref. V. McLaughlinUSL Squad for Inter Pros NamedJoint Managers, Donal O’Brien and Trevor Scanlon have named their 20 man panel for this years Inter Provincial tournament that will take place in Sligo the weekend of September 27th – 29th. The USL squad begin their campaign on the Friday night with a game against the Leinster Senior League with the teams playing out an entertaining 5-5 draw in last year’s tournament. They will then take on their Connacht counterparts on Saturday afternoon before finishing their weekend with a game against holders, Munster. All players are asked to attend training at the Aura Leisure Centre this Tuesday, August 27th at 7:45pm and to bring astro runners.Ryan Gildea, Benny Bonner, Conor Carlin, David Shovlin, Seamus “Nanni” Friel (Drumkeen Utd.) Jonathon Minnock, Oisin McMenamin, Darren McElwaine (Letterkenny Rovers) Oisin McColgan, Johnny Havlin, Garbhan Friel, Jimmy Bradley, Malachy McDermott, Gerry Gill, Gavin Cullen (Cockhill Celtic) Seamus Houghton, Josh Tracey, Georgie Kelly (Derry city Res.) Darren Cassidy, Paddy McLaughlin (Kildrum Tigers).     ULSTER SENIOR LEAGUE REPORTS: WINS FOR COCKHILL, SWILLY AND LK ROVERS was last modified: August 25th, 2013 by John2Share 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:SWILLY AND LK ROVERSULSTER SENIOR LEAGUE REPORTS: WINS FOR COCKHILLlast_img read more

  • Virat Kohli prepared to deal with home pressure at ICC World Twenty20

    first_imgVirat Kohli was one of the youngest members in the Indian unit when the team lifted the 2011 Cricket World Cup at home. The star batsman struck 282 runs from nine matches and even played a crucial knock in the final against Sri Lanka.Kohli has come a long way since the 2011 edition and has gone on to become one of the best batsmen across all-formats of the game. Not trying to tinker his game to suit the T20 format, Kohli has been scoring heaps of runs in the shortest version of the game. He has scored 352 runs at a strike-rate of 134 in eight T20I matches in 2016, hitting four half-centuries and averaging 117.33. (Also read: In-form India poised to break T20I jinx against New Zealand in tournament opener)The Delhi batsman’s form will be crucial to India’s chances of lifting their second World T20 title.Kohli revealed that he was not under a lot of pressure when India played the 2011 World Cup at home. However, he expects things to be different this time. “As a youngster, I didn’t feel much pressure as I was finding my feet and trying to contribute as much as I can. But I saw the senior players, the way people expected things out of them. Everywhere they would get suggestions, advice. It’s very important to soak all of that in. (World T20: David Warner wary of aggressive Virat Kohli)”At home we expect that, we are sort of prepared for that. You have to manage yourself off the field in home conditions,” Kohli said at the press conference on the eve of India’s opening game against New Zealand. (World T20: India favourites to repeat 2011 success at home, says Tendulkar) advertisementKohli also stressed on the importance of not getting too desperate to spend more time in the middle in T20 matches.  “A cameo at the end of the innings can make a big difference in this format. It’s very easy to get desperate and disappointed when you don’t get enough balls to bat. It’s important to contribute as much as you can for the team,” he said.Kohli was happy that the middle-order batsmen got the opportunity to bat long during India’s warm-up matches against West Indies and Sri Lanka.  “With the warm-up games, the middle-order got the much required time in the middle. MS Dhoni and Yuvraj Singh almost won it for us against South Africa. A couple of strokes is what you need in T20 format to change you mindset,” he said.   That sound from his bat – #TeamIndia Captain @msdhoni knocking ahead of the net session #WT20https://t.co/71OHZ67iUt BCCI (@BCCI) March 14, 2016Kohli said India that team is looking well-settled ahead of the big tournament.”We are pretty confident with the way we have been playing. Asia Cup campaign was good. We have won 10 out of our last 11 games. We are taking some good momentum into the tournament,” he said.However, Kohli said it was important to be wary of the opposition’s strength and to be calm in big tournaments.”You have stay calm in big tournaments. There can be focus shifting when we watch other teams play during our rest days. So it’s important to not get carried away by what’s happening around us.  “World T20 is going to be far more challenging. The teams are evenly matched in both the groups. We need to understand the strengths and weaknesses of our opponents. We will look continue what we have done successfully in the past,” he said.Kohli said the top-order batsmen are looking to continue their good run in the World T20 tournament.Rohit and Kohli have been in tremendous touch and Shikhar Dhawan, who was struggling, seems to have found his form in the warm-up games.”Shikhar himself has mentioned that his role is pretty clear to go out and play his natural game, try and take on the fielding restrictions. Rohit and I assess the situation and play accordingly. We have been trying to see how our partner is playing and decide whether to dominate or not.  “It’s very important to stay aware in T20 game. All three of us have been able to do that well in the past few series. It’s our responsibility to keep the momentum going.” he said.Kohli also said it was good have Mohammed Shami back in the team. Shami picked up three wickets against West Indies in the first warm-up and backed it up with a good show against South Africa. Kohli though said he would not risk changing the winning composition to accommodate the Kolkata pacer in the playing XI.advertisement”He has done really well for us. We were waiting for him to come back and find his rhythm. He’s bowled well in the warm-up games.  “It’s very difficult to change a winning composition. Different conditions require different sort of combinations. It’s up to the captain and the management to sit down and decide,” Kohli said.last_img read more