OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ LATEST STORIES Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next View comments Jeers will rain down upon Martin Nguyen on Friday night when he challenges Filipino MMA star Eduard Folayang for the lightweight title in the main event of ONE: Legends of the World at Mall of Asia Arena.ADVERTISEMENT Fernandez buries the hatchet with Macaraya MOST READ And Nguyen likes it that way.“I’m very excited to be facing the hometown here. I don’t expect anyone from the crowd to be going for me, but you know what? I’ve been the underdog my whole life and this is my story and this is my history down the road,” the Australian fighter told reporters in a press conference Tuesday.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogThe 28-year-old Nguyen, the current featherweight titleholder, is looking to become ONE Championship’s first double champion.His shot at history comes just three months after stopping Marat Gafurov, who was previously unbeaten, in a rematch to claim the featherweight belt. Nguyen, who holds an impressive 9-1 record, is fighting in Manila for the second time after scoring a stoppage victory over Li Kai Wen in August of last year.But it will be his first time going up against a Filipino here. Although, he said that he’s no stranger to fighting in a hostile environment.“I’m used to fighting in hostile territory. As I’ve said, I’ve been an underdog my whole career. Coming to another country and fighting the hometown hero is nothing new to me.”ADVERTISEMENT Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Alvarez ready to take risk vs Folayang, looks to end clash by ‘knockout or submission’ PLAY LIST 02:18Alvarez ready to take risk vs Folayang, looks to end clash by ‘knockout or submission’01:54SEA Games: Inspired by Folayang’s presence, Tabugara delivers wushu gold02:03MMA legends gather in Tokyo for historic ONE: New Era fight week02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Redemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie Thompson
Rev. Dr. Samuel B. Reeves, Jr. Pastor PBCReverend Samuel B. Reeves Jr., Senior Pastor of the Providence Baptist Church, has called on the leadership of the Liberia Council of Churches (LCC), Christians and Religious organizations to lead a campaign that would ease the current ‘political tension,’ which he said does not augur well for the country in the wake of the planned June 7 ‘peaceful protest.’The Baptist Prelate said the dialogue, which should be held between the protest organizers and the government, will help calm the ongoing ‘political tension’ that is gradually degenerating with the use of threatening statements, specifically the emergence of ex-rebel generals from the country’s disbanded warring factions.Rev. Reeves, who served as vice standard bearer in the 2017 presidential bid of former Central Bank governor, Joseph Mills Jones, said with the current wave of a volatile political environment between the opposition and the government, it would be necessary to hold a dialogue with all parties to ease the rising tension.“Although it is the constitutional right all Liberians to protest whenever they feel hurt by certain government policy, they should remember the environment of the country’s recent past to avoid the re-occurrence, because those are things that have the propensity to revert the gains made over the years,” he warned.Reeves said that the organizers of the planned protest may have a good intent, “but I fear that it would end up in a violent manner if the necessary mechanisms are not put into place.”He said that the protest, if not implemented in an atmosphere of civility, will never solve Liberia’s problems.“However, a dialogue is always the surest way to mitigating the needed challenges confronting the country with the involvement of both the government and the opposition,” Rev. Reeves said.At the same time, Rev. Reeves commended the government for condemning recent statements attributed to ex-rebel generals. According to him, it was repulsive on the part of the ex-rebel fighters to have ordered the arrest of a sitting lawmaker when they have no constitutional authority whatsoever to do so.“Gone are the days for rebels to intimidate peaceful citizens,” Rev. Reeves added, urging Liberians to condemn their actions in this new dispensation.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
“I’m probably playing some of my best tennis,” Haas said. “It’s hard to compare to where I was four or five years ago when I had my highest ranking.” Roddick, trying to win his second Memphis title, didn’t come close to breaking serve. Haas gave up only seven points off his serve in the final, and two of those were double-faults. “I guess it is quite a good record,” Haas said. “I’ve been serving well. Every time I get my first serve in … I feel like I’m dictating play. Against players like these, you have to really try to be solid on your service games.” The German won in 61 minutes, and that might have helped his travel plans. He needed to fly to the United Arab Emirates for his Tuesday match in Dubai. “Everything was coming easy to him, and everything was a little bit of a struggle for me,” Roddick said. “That’s not a good combination for me.” MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Tommy Haas knew he had been playing well this year. Winning a tournament without facing one break point? That surprised even himself. He beat Andy Roddick 6-3, 6-2 Sunday to retain his title in the Regions Morgan Keegan Championships. The German completed a week in which he didn’t face a break point in 47 games. Haas won his sixth consecutive final and 11th title overall. He also won in Memphis in 1999 and is only the second three-time winner of this event. Jimmy Connors, now Roddick’s coach, won in 1978, 1979, 1983 and 1984. Haas, ranked No. 9 entering the tournament, has not lost a final since Andre Agassi beat him in Rome in May 2002. This is the first time Haas has won titles in consecutive seasons, and he improved his record in finals to 11-9. Roddick, who will be ranked No. 3, had won three of the previous four matches against Haas – all on hardcourts. The American hadn’t played in a final since losing the U.S. Open last September to Roger Federer or won a title since Cincinnati last August. But Haas improved to 6-3 against Roddick and couldn’t have played much better. He won all but one of his 25 first-serve points. He was playing so sharply this week that his text messages with coach Thomas Hogstedt before the match Sunday didn’t involve anything to do with tennis. “He wants to make sure I get on that plane,” Haas said. Haas played so well that Roddick’s lone point off the German’s serve through his first three service games was a double-fault, and Roddick’s best chance to break Haas came in the second game of the second set. The German hit a forehand long to let Roddick pull within 40-30. Roddick then hit a backhand long, and Haas broke in each of his next two service games. “He just out-played me today,” Roddick said. “I shot myself in the foot by playing sloppy early. He just got the momentum and went with it.” ROTTERDAM, Netherlands – Unseeded Mikhail Youzhny easily beat third-seeded Ivan Ljubicic 6-2, 6-4 to win the ABN Amro title. Youzhny broke his Croatian opponent twice in the first set, and then again in the fifth game of the second set. The Russian, appearing in his fifth ATP final, beat Ljubicic for the first time in six tries. It was Youzhny’s third career title. The eighth-ranked Ljubicic, who turns 28 next month, was appearing in his third final of the season after winning at Doha, Qatar, and losing to Marcos Baghdatis at Zagreb, Croatia. BOGOTA, Colombia – Roberta Vinci won the Copa Colsanitas when top-seeded Tathiana Garbin retired in the third set because of a digestive problem. Garbin led 7-6 (5), 4-6, 3-0 in the all-Italian final when she withdrew on the advice of a doctor after her second medical consultation of the day. “I felt sick since Saturday night,” Garbin said. “I got better on Sunday morning but in the second set, when I was winning 3-0, the problem came back. I fought to try and finish the match but it was impossible.” Vinci earned $25,850 for her first WTA Tour title. BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – Argentine Juan Monaco beat Alessio Di Mauro of Italy 6-1, 6-2 for his first ATP title and delighted a capacity crowd on clay at the Copa Telmex. Monaco, 22, a fifth-year pro whose only other final appearance came at Casablanca in 2005, finished off the victory in 63 minutes. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Former Everton manager Joe Royle believes Roberto Martinez can lead the Toffees to a fourth-placed Premier League finish this season.Everton currently sit fifth in the table having beaten Manchester City and face arch-rivals Liverpool in the Merseyside derby on Sunday, live exclusively on talkSPORT.And Royle thinks that if his former side can stay injury free and have a consistent starting XI, then Everton will be realistic challengers for the fourth Champions League place.“If we can get a settled side – and I’m sure the manager has in mind what his best side is at the moment and what he would like to play – I think we have a great chance of challenging this year (for the top four),” Royle, who also played for Everton, told Drivetime.“I looked at the start we had which included Southampton away, Man City, Spurs away, Chelsea – it looked a hard start.“If you’d had told me at the start of the season that we were going to be fifth at this stage, I would gladly have accepted that.”
Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Children Charlie McConalogue has called for the publication of legislation to tackle barriers to adoption before the Dáil summer recess.The Inishowen TD says such legislation can then be examined and debated ahead of the promised Referendum on Children’s Rights in the autumn.Questioning the Minister for Children in the Dáil this week, Deputy McConalogue said the Government has no reason to continue to delay the publication of this non-contentious piece of legislation. “The Government has promised there will be a referendum on children’s rights this autumn and that new legislation tackling barriers to adoption will go alongside this. If that is the case, why won’t the Minister publish the adoption legislation now so that enough time is allocated to tease out the details of what is involved?”“We saw what happened with the two referenda in October when the Government failed to communicate properly with voters and didn’t allocate enough time for a full debate on the issues involved.“New adoption legislation is a crucial component to strengthening the rights of vulnerable children in this country and the earlier it is published, the more time we will have to tease out the issues and ensure it passes in the autumn.“Fianna Fáil published legislation in June last year to remove the barriers to adoption for children born to married parents. This would have allowed the Government to hold a referendum alongside the Presidential election last October to immediately allow for the adoption of hundreds of children who are currently in care,” he said. He added it is almost a year since this Bill was debated in the Dáil but there is still no sign of the Governments legislation, and hundreds of children have spent another year waiting for the right to be adopted.“I believe it is well within the Governments capabilities to publish this legislation soon, having had nearly 15 months to work on it. It is disappointing that the Minister is refusing to budge on this matter.“By publishing the legislation this summer, it can be examined at the Oireachtas Committee on Health and Children and we can secure all party agreement and public support for it before the Referendum campaign begins in the autumn,” said Deputy McConalogue.MCCONALOGUE CALLS FOR PUBLICATION OF ADOPTION LEGISLATION was last modified: May 19th, 2012 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)
Runners on the home straight in the Raphoe 5K last night. ALL PICS BY KIND PERMISSION OF NORTHWEST NEWSPIXMore than 300 runners and walkers took part in the Raphoe Family Resource Centre 5K.The winner was Letterkenny AC man Ivan Toner in a time of 16.36 followed by Karol Doherty of Inishowen AC.The following is a list of runners and walkers and their times.Well done to everyone who took part.SEE BELOW RESULTS FOR LOTS MORE PICTURES OF LAST NIGHT’S RACE! PlaceNameTeamBib NoGun TimeChip TimeGenderCat1 Ivan TonerLetterkenny AC72516:36 16:35MSen2Karol DohertyInishowen AC75917:3217:32MW/C3Kieran McElhinneyFinn Valley AC71117:3517:34MSen4Clint DohertyFinn Valley AC77418:1318:12MSen5Martin McColganCarnoustie74918:2418:22MJun6James DonagheyConvoy AC71819:0419:03M40+7Kevin McMenaminLifford AC75319:1019:09MSen8John TaylorConvoy AC75019:1319:12M50+9Finnbar GallagherInishowen AC83319:1719:16M40+10Michael PenroseFinn Valley AC72919:3519:35M40+11Shane O’Donnell73019:3619:34MSen12Sarah KivlehanCity of Derry Spartans74119:3719:37FSen13Joe McCarthyCity of Derry Spartans78619:3919:39M50+14Ryan Jordan83819:3919:38MJun15Jane McGinleyLetterkenny AC72619:5419:54FSen16Philip KellyLifford AC Fit For Life81319:5919:57MSen17Kevin Kelly79520:2520:25MSen18Gerard Marley83220:2920:29MSen19Andy LeightonConvoy AC70020:3520:33M40+20Ciara FinneganLetterkenny AC72720:3720:36FJun21Henrietta ElvesInishowen AC70620:3920:37F45+22Adrian McHugh76120:4320:43M40+23Dominic CarlinLifford AC73421:0821:03M40+24Sean MolloyFoyle Valley AC83421:1021:06M40+25Michael DuncanLifford AC74621:1521:12M50+26Raymond Peoples76821:1721:14MSen27Finnbar Allen70921:1721:16MSen28Ita KellyLifford AC Fit For Life69621:2421:21F45+29William FreneyRaphoe Road Runners71621:2921:29M40+30Ryan Campbell80521:3321:33MJun31Daniel DugganLifford AC77121:3321:31MSen32Adrian DeanCastlefin Running76721:3421:34MSen33Gerard McConnell84021:3421:33MSen34Hugh Allen70721:4221:42M50+35Martin Jordan83921:4421:42MSen36Terry McFaddenMilford AC75521:5421:49MSen37John McElwaineLifford AC84321:5821:54MSen38Josephine DonagheyConvoy AC71921:5921:59FSen39Eugene Boyle81021:5921:59M40+40Paul Mc NameeLifford AC Fit For Life69422:0422:01M50+41Glenda KellyKCR74322:0822:08FSen42Noel MaileyConvoy AC76022:0822:04MSen43Paddy GildeaConvoy AC81922:2122:21MSen44Dessie GallenKCR69322:2422:21M40+45Clíodhna DunneLetterkenny AC82122:2922:28FSen46Lauren Maguire71422:3122:31F45+47Brian DohertySwanlings83622:3622:35M40+48Sharon HamiltonAghyaran78822:3822:35F40+49Lorcan Page84222:4122:32MSen50Mark GlennConvoy AC80022:4422:42MSen51Don SmithConvoy AC79722:4522:45M50+52Lisa PattersonKCR74522:4722:47FSen53Amanda MonaghanLifford AC77223:0022:56F40+54John CraigLifford AC84923:0022:56M40+55Vera HaugheyTir Chonaill AC78323:0323:00F50+56Eugene McGinleyRaphoe Road Runners71723:0323:03M50+57Amanda Mc BreartyCastlefin Running69823:0623:01FSen58Kieran AllenIndividual70123:0923:09MJun59Mark DonagheyLifford AC73523:1123:05M40+60Christopher CuskellyLifford AC73823:1123:08M40+61Damian MonaghanLifford AC82623:1323:10M40+62Richie DuncanCastlefin Running79023:1323:13M40+PlaceNameTeamBib NoGun TimeChip TimeGenderCat63Carol HoustonCastlefin Running79123:1423:14M50+64Aidan Roarty83023:1423:14MSen65Jackie HarveyTir Chonaill AC78023:2023:18F50+66Jacqui TimoneyLifford AC76923:2723:27FSen67Liam McMullan72323:3223:30M40+68Tommy DohertyDrumoghill Running Club82323:3823:30M50+69Margaret ShielsLetterkenny AC81823:4423:44F45+70Stephen McCrory80923:4523:42M40+71Martin McCrory84423:4823:42M40+72Joseph Casey73123:5423:48M50+73Gillian SmithCastlefin Running68523:5723:57FSen74Gloria DonagheyFinn Valley AC77824:0224:02F50+75Charles Dooher80224:0324:00MJun76Sinead Mc ConnellCastlefin Running69724:0724:07F45+77Joey O’LearyCastleinn Running Club82824:0724:01M40+78Eamonn Mc ConnellCastlefin Running69924:0824:08M40+79Jamie LogueAghyaran78724:1024:10MJun80Rhonda PorterLifford AC Fit For Life75624:1324:06FSen81Joe GallenLifford AC Fit For Life68924:1424:10M50+82Jude McCrossan77524:1824:11MJun83Conor HayesLifford AC81124:2124:13M40+84Robert MitchellLifford AC Fit For Life81224:2224:14MSen85Philip Connolly73724:4624:40M60+86Marjan BangertLifford AC Fit For Life79924:5224:52F50+87Paul GallagherCranford AC72825:0125:01M40+88Benny Love71325:1125:10M40+89Mary DohertyConvoy AC75225:1125:07FSen90Amanda Heaney71525:1625:16F40+91Paul O’BrienCastlefin Running71225:2525:18MSen92Wesley Vance84825:2825:28M40+93Billy BroderickKillybegs Swanlings81625:3125:31M50+94Barry McArdleLifford AC Fit For Life80325:3725:29M40+95Declan LynchCastleinn Running Club83125:3725:37M40+96Ally MooreTeam Sweeneys80425:3825:31MSen97Bernie MartinKCR75125:4125:37F50+98Alisha CuskellyLifford AC74025:4725:44FJun99Mary MartinFinn Valley AC77325:5325:53F50+100Frances WilsonKillygordon Crossroads Running Club68425:5725:53MSen101Olivia CuskellyLifford AC73926:0225:54FSen102Linda MacbethRaphoe Road Runners82026:0325:58FSen103Aine LynchFinn Valley AC72426:0826:08FSen104Raj MeehanRaphoe Road Runners81526:1126:07MSen105Melanie PearsonDonoughmore78926:1226:12FSen106Tommy McHughLifford AC Fit For Life73226:1726:12M50+107Sarah DohertyConvoy AC75426:1726:17FSen108Eugene Kelly79226:3126:24M40+109Marie GibsonRun for Fun Letterkenny78526:3326:33F50+110Sean BonnerConvoy AC82926:4126:41M50+111Samantha ReidAghyaran77726:4826:48F40+112Mark McCurdy78426:5426:48MJun113Michael McCurdyLifford AC Fit For Life78226:5426:50M40+114Rhonda GreenLifford AC Fit For Life73626:5626:48F40+115Margaret LaffertyCastlefin Running77626:5926:59FSen116Denise MossAghyaran77927:0027:00F40+117Laura CraneKCR82227:0927:09FSen118Teresa McMenaminAghyaran75827:4627:46FSen119Joe BreslinLifford AC Fit For Life79627:5027:47M50+120Kay BonnerConvoy AC81427:5127:46F50+121Matthew Doran82528:1828:12FJun122Angela Doran82428:1828:13F40+123Bredge Kelly83728:3128:20F40+124Caroline McCurdyLifford AC Fit For Life75728:3628:26F45+125Nicola GreggConvoy AC79428:4128:35FSen126Joleen McHughConvoy AC76228:4128:41FSen127Paul BrollyRaphoe Road Runners84128:5528:55M40+128Kevin BoyleLifford AC Fit For Life79828:5828:51M60+129Grainne CoyleIndividual70529:1429:08FJunPlaceNameTeamBib NoGun TimeChip TimeGenderCat130Marie Boyle72229:1929:15FSen131Kerri HunterAghyaran72129:2129:21FJun132Nuala FrielKCR68729:2829:22F45+133Donna McKelveyDrumoghill Running Club83529:3029:30FSen134Peter Mackey71029:4129:41MSen135Nuala AllenRaphoe Road Runners70829:4729:40F50+136Ciara O’FlanaganRaphoe Road Runners77029:5129:51F40+137Mary O’DonnellSwanlings80630:0530:05F50+138Marie GallagherAghyaran74730:1130:11FSen139Hazel LongRaphoe Road Runners74230:1630:04FSen140Lester Long74430:1730:17MSen141Sinead Mc GranaghanKCR69530:3530:29F40+142Heather HunterAghyaran72031:5431:54FSen143Karen GallenIndividual69232:3632:31FJun144Vivenne MerittKCR68832:4032:34F45+145Edward Crawford79333:2333:15M40+146Michael EllisTeam Sweeneys84533:2433:24MSen147Edgars Gailis80833:5433:54MSen148Elina GaileRun for Fun Letterkenny80733:5433:46FSen149Simon Lynch84633:5533:47MJun150Rose Lynch84733:5633:47FSen151Jayne McIlwaineRaphoe Road Runners74834:1134:11F40+152Angela ConnollyRaphoe Road Runners78134:1134:11FSen153Samantha Nash CoyleIndividual70335:0034:53F40+154Liz GallenKCR69038:4938:43F50+155Leslie BrownRaphoe70238:5838:58F50+156Wendy Toland76339:0638:57F45+157Kerrie Toland76439:0638:57FJun158Iris Kerrigan76639:0938:59F50+159Jacinta Gillespie76539:1139:11F50+160Joan McHughLifford AC Fit For Life73340:5040:50F50+Walkers313Nary McGranaghanRaphoe Road Runners314Jessica Long315Jack Long316Betty McClintock317Niall Gallagher318Laura Gallagher319Patricia McBrearty320Pat Dunne321Helen Geary322Sadie LoganMORE THAN 300 TAKE PART IN RAPHOE 5K – ALL THE RESULTS AND PIC SPECIAL was last modified: July 8th, 2015 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:donegalRaphoe 5kResults
Three homes were targetted in a spate of burglaries in a residential area of Letterkenny last weekend.An investigation is underway into two burglaries and one attempted burglary in the Meadowbank area on Long Lane between Saturday and Sunday last. A Smart TV and nine sweet tubs were reportedly stolen from one home.Gardaí are investigating the possibility that the burglaries occurred consecutively. The first break-in occurred sometime between 10pm on Saturday night (23rd Nov) and 7.50am on Sunday morning (24th Nov).Two front windows were smashed at the Meadowbank home. The house was ransacked but it appears that nothing was taken, a Garda spokesperson said.On the same day, a second house was targetted sometime between 2pm and 10.15pm. The front door was kicked in and the main bedroom was ransacked. A 43 inch LG Smart TV was taken from the house, along with nine sweet tubs.A third home was also damaged in the area, where it appears that attempts were made to kick in the front door. However, the suspects didn’t manage to gain entry, while gardaí say they may have been disturbed or were unable to break the door in. Gardaí are urging the public to report any suspicious activity in the area over last Saturday or Sunday. Anyone with information that may help is asked to contact Letterkenny Garda Station on 0749167100 or the Garda Confidential Line on 1800666111.TV and sweet tubs stolen in spate of Letterkenny burglaries was last modified: November 28th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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)
Essential Reading! Get my 2nd book: The Lost Art of Closing “In The Lost Art of Closing, Anthony proves that the final commitment can actually be one of the easiest parts of the sales process—if you’ve set it up properly with other commitments that have to happen long before the close. The key is to lead customers through a series of necessary steps designed to prevent a purchase stall.” Buy Now I am good friends with Jeb Blount, Mark Hunter, and Mike Weinberg. We do a little show you might have heard about called OutBound. Here we are talking about Jeb’s new book, Objections, on launch day. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (26.3MB)Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSSI am good friends with Jeb Blount, Mark Hunter, and Mike Weinberg. We do a little show you might have heard about called OutBound. Here we are talking about Jeb’s new book, Objections, on launch day.
PDEA chief backs Robredo in revealing ‘discoveries’ on drug war ‘We are too hospitable,’ says Sotto amid SEA Games woes “I’m very happy, everything went to plan,” said Saludar via BoxingScene.com. “I knew I had to aim for the body. I never felt in danger.”Saludar, who is one of the five Filipino World champions that include Manny Pacquiao, Nonito Donaire, Jerwin Ancajas, and Donnie Nietes, improved to a 19-3 record with 10 knockouts.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine football chiefSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesThe 28-year-old orthodox fighter is also on a five-fight winning streak after his victory against Taniguchi.Taniguchi, who’s three years Saludar’s junior, dropped to 11-3. PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Oil plant explodes in Pampanga town Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Japan’s Masataka Taniguchi and Vic Saludar of Philippines (R) fight during their WBO minimum weight boxing title bout in Tokyo on February 26, 2019. (Photo by JIJI PRESS / JIJI PRESS / AFP) / Japan OUTMANILA, Philippines—Vic Saludar retained his WBO World minimumweight title after dominating Japan’s Masataka Taniguchi to get the unanimous decision win Tuesday at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo.The Filipino champion earned all three of judges’ nods 118-110, 117-111, 117-111 in his first defense of the title that he won in July of 2018 also in Japan against Ryuya Yamanaka.ADVERTISEMENT Urgent reply from Philippine football chief Grace Poe files bill to protect govt teachers from malicious accusations Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments LATEST STORIES SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next US judge bars Trump’s health insurance rule for immigrants ONE Championship visits Los Angeles, considers global future MOST READ
Continue Reading Previous Contributing an articleNext Why a smarter edge will spark new applications of computer vision in 2019 Axiomtek is introducing the IMB523, the newest industrial ATX motherboard powered by the LGA1151 socket 8th generation Intel Core i7/i5/i3, Pentium and Celeron processors with the Intel Q370 chipset. The ATX motherboard features four 288-pin DDR4-2666/2400 DIMMs with a memory capacity up to 64GB to meet the needs of high-density computing applications. The Intel Coffee Lake-based IMB523 features high performance with comprehensive application functions to help facilitate quick deployment.The Intel Coffee Lake-based ATX motherboard comes with multiple I/O ports including four RS-232 ports, two RS-232/422/485 ports, two Gigabit LAN ports, six USB 3.1 ports, seven USB 2.0 ports, eight-channel digital I/O, one HD Codec audio, one SMBus, and one PS/2 keyboard/mouse. Moreover, the IMB523 features six SATA-600 ports with software RAID 0/1/5/10 to enhance reliability, stability and data recovery capability. One PCI Express Mini Card slot and one SIM card slot are available for 3G/4G, GPS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections. To ensure reliable operation across platforms, the well-designed industrial motherboard is not only capable of withstanding a wide operating temperature range of 0¢XC to 60¢XC, but also supports watchdog timer, hardware monitoring functions and Trusted Platform Module 2.0 (TPM 2.0).Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Boards & Modules