Close to 300 people turned up at the Murray Barracks to watch the first of the three POMRFL grand finals.It was a scrappy first few minutes of football from both sides with poor ball handling.The fifteen minute mark saw first points to Defence from a penalty goal, kicked 30 metres by five eighth Kennedy Juria.Defence allowed Brothers back into the game right from the restart giving away a penalty.Brothers wasted no time getting on the board after a good offload by Steven Yei to give the ball out to winger Abbas Mondia to dive over and score on the wing.Albert Paul had no trouble hooking the kick in from the side line to put his side in the lead at 6-2.Defence equalized seconds before half time when quick hands allowed Jeff Tiki Ainani to sneak over on the wing to score.The score was left at 6-6 at the break after Kennedy Juria missed his conversion from the side line.Points were hard to come by in the second half and Defence opened to kick for goal after being awarded a penalty.From 40 metres out and from the right, Juria swerved the ball through the posts to give Defence an 8-6 lead midway through the second half.With seconds left on the clock, it looked like the win for was sealed for Defence.With one last play thirty metres out, Brothers hit the wing and sent Jocky Gare crashing over to score the winning try.This is the first premiership win for Brothers in the U19 men’s division.Brothers walked away with K5000 and Defence settled for K3000.
ChangesFernando Niño (58 ‘, Bacca), Casserole (58 ‘, Manu Morlanes), Trejo (69 ‘, Mario Suarez), Ulloa (69 ‘, Joni Montiel), Samuel Chukwueze (73 ‘, Javi Ontiveros), Jorge De Frutos (76 ‘, Álvaro García) After the break, followed the unstoppable Lightning generating danger: there were plenty of arrivals, but goals were missing. Andrés Fernández repelled a left footed shot from Montiel that increased the volume of Vallecas. The visitors moved token to shake the game and almost Mario Suarez does it with a trallazo that touched the wood.When the Rayo seemed closer, the Villarreal came in the boots of Quintillà, a pass from Ontiveros. Of course, the VAR also made an appearance (could not miss in the Cup). This time to cancel that 0-1 by a tight offside from the Malaga end. A shot of energy for Madrid, whose fans celebrated almost as a goal. The options returned and the dream continued.It didn’t last long. Calleja moved token and was checkmate. Fer Niño stretched his leg and hunted a center of Trigueros to inaugurate the score and show his star: he has two goals in the last two duels. Two minutes later, Cazorla sentenced from the front and sealed the pass to Villarreal’s quarters. A team that barely had 120 seconds to shatter Ray’s cupbearer’s dream._____________________________________________________________________________Jémez: “Our Cup competition has been very honorable”Paco Jémez, coach of Rayo Vallecano, lamented the defeat by 0-2 suffered against Villarreal that left them out of the Copa del Rey football in the round of 16, but said his passage through the tournament has been honorable.“It has been a good game. The only thing Villarreal has won is that it has more quality in the definition. We have competed at a high level against a good First team,” he said in a press room.“The team before fitting the goal has had the clearest chances. We were unable to score today but the team has been at a spectacular level. Our Cup competition has been very honorable for everyone. Despite the defeat, which always leaves you touched, we leave happy in general lines, “he added.The coach appreciated the fact that the competition has served to give prominence to some of the less common: “They have all been at a great level. There are many people who may not have had the minutes he had in the league but has shown be trained at the same level as any partner. Let no one fall asleep, that no one thinks they have the insured position. “ Goals0-1, 82 ‘: Fernando Niño, 0-2, 84 ‘: Casserole Lightning sniffed the goal, looking for him tirelessly in front of a more crouched Villarreal. The reaction of the yellows did not occur until the final stretch of the first part, when Bacca armed a counter, served the ball to Ontiveros (always electric) and he ran into the wall of Morro. Immense once again. CardsRamiro Funes Mori (24 ‘, Yellow) Antonio Milic (27 ‘, Yellow) Casserole (78 ‘, Yellow He also believes that it has been useful to improve the communion between the fans and the club although he wished that the access to the field be more agile so that the spectators are already seated when the confrontations begin.“We have said countless times that until recently this was not Vallecas, it was a different thing. We have gone through many internal problems, many confrontations between the fans and the president. We did not finish finding that atmosphere of the last games.”“We are closer to the great atmosphere of Vallecas. I hope it continues like this, that we do not make the same mistake again. That we all understand that the most important thing is the team, that we need the warmth of the people and their closeness,” he completed.The rival highlighted the figure of Santi Cazorla, author of the second goal: “When he has left the field he has given another air to the game, more possession, more depth. Having players like that makes your team better. But Cazorla there is only one, few people with that level and that quality. Those who can enjoy players of that level know that they have a safe value in their teams. “On the other hand, he talked about the possible arrivals in the winter market that is already ending: “The club knows that we need players. There is little left but if we want to have options to have a broader squad, to have different possibilities, we have to bring a couple of more players. ” EFECalleja: “We are very excited to do important things”Javier Calleja, Villarreal coach, was satisfied with his team’s pass to the quarterfinals of the Copa del Rey football after beating this 0-2 to Rayo Vallecano in a one-game tie.“I am happy because we have gone to the rooms, we are inside. We are still taking steps to try to go far. We have been gradually growing. During the season we have been growing,” he said in a press room.“Except for the fateful month we had, the rest of the season has been very good. We are well positioned in the league, we have moved to fourth in the Cup. The team believes, demonstrates it. We are very excited to do important things,” he added.Calleja did not want to get a medal for the changes, which revolutionized the duel to the extent that Santi Cazorla and Fer Niño left from the bench to make both goals of their own. He highlighted the fact that all his players contribute.“What makes me happier is that I see the team really plugged in, those who play and those who play less. Everyone is convinced that the season is being good and can be better. The players just show me that they want to play,” Indian.Villarreal coach defended the tournament system: “I love the format, more if we are going (laughs). It gives more emotion, ninety minutes to win whoever it is is very complicated. It gives more chances to Second B teams , Third or Second so that they are happening. There is more balance in everything. “On the other hand he talked about the possible arrival of striker Paco Alcácer in the winter market: “I have not yet received any whatssapp so I am not sure that he will be with us. He is a player that I like very much and would be a great reinforcement. ” EFE Two cannons of the Submarine sank the cupbearer’s dream of Saint Agnes. The franjirroja illusion made water after the goals of Fer Niño and Cazorla in just two minutes. And that the Lightning was superior throughout the crossing, with arrivals that failed to materialize. Quite the opposite of what was shown by the yellow crew: a First hit to dock in quarters.Soon the question of what Lightning would look like on the grass was cleared, if the version premium Cup (Betis) or the most worn League (Extremadura). The Franjirrojos left without complexes, ready to guard Villarreal. If Moi Gómez tested Morro from outside the area, Mario Suarez and Montiel responded with two shots that found no goal.Vallecas squeezed and his boys, too. Local occasions were happening, with Isi omnipresent and cheeky in his debut. His were a shot that Andrés Fernández caught and an assist to Montiel, whose head was lost high. Andrés Martín also prowled and disturbed his namesake under sticks.
MOST READ LATEST STORIES Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Jordan Clarkson not with Gilas–here’s why “We don’t want to face the first placers (in the quarterfinals),” said Kmezic, who unloaded 20 points as the Oragons scored their second win in six match and handed the Tigresses their sixth defeat in as many games.Shyrra Cabriana opened the scoring lanes for the former CVB Barca spiker who admitted she “had an easy time because I didn’t have tall blockers.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSBack on the throneKmezic indeed had a field day firing from the left flank against the shorter Tigresses. Her powerful smashes, coming from Cabriana’s back set, made it 18-all in the third frame.Victoria Sports-UST, coming here short on manpower and in need of exposure, made one last stand in the third set when it raced from 6-all to 12-7 on Carla Sandoval’s scoring spree. Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio 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 Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set UST’s Shannen Palec twists for a shot off Iriga City’s Saam Miagawa. —AUGUST DELA CRUZIriga City made sure it makes the next round Thursday night, but Serbian import Tamara Kmezic said they won’t settle just to qualify.“We are talking that we don’t want to be last placed in the quarterfinals,” said Kmezic, the 6-foot-6 opposite spiker who sowed terror on Victoria Sports-UST, 25-19, 25-21, 25-20, in the Chooks to Go-Philippine Superliga Grand Prix at Filoil Flying V Centre.ADVERTISEMENT Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ “We don’t know what happened in the third set, but somehow we were able to do what we’ve been doing in the first two sets,” ” said Kmezic.From 16-18 deficit, Kmezic sparked a 5-0 run that caused the Tigresses to commit a string of errors.“We are very motivated and focused on the court,” said Cabriana, the Cebuana setter who accounted for four points and 13 excellent sets.ADVERTISEMENT View comments It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next
“What I thought you saw today is the strength of our depth,” Wilson coach Tony Martinho said. “We came out really strong with our first six players. With the second group, we were able to maintain our lead. The strength you saw today was our speed and depth. We played a ball-control style once we got our lead.” Williams scored the Bruins (15-12)first goal as they jumped out to an 8-3 lead before surrendering two consecutive goals by Jackie Dandan and Alex Gurinee to make the score 8-5 at intermission Wilson responded by turning up its defensive pressure on the perimeter, and out-swam the visitors helping the Bruins opened up the third period with three consecutive goals, one by Kelsey Schafer and back-to-back scores by Kendall Wootten. The Griffins had an up hill battle throughout their contest. They rallied to tie El Toro on five separate occasions. But Kristen Henry’s breakaway goal at 4:47 in the fourth and her shot with 18 seconds remaining finalized the upset victory for the Chargers. “The girls did what I asked them to do,” Los Alamitos coach Dave Carlson said. “They worked hard and they played the whole game. El Toro seemed to hit every shot. They put away a lot of high-percentage shots. We had some good open-look shots, but they just didn’t go in.” In the nightcap of a double-header, freshman Jamie Williams scored four goals to lead Wilson’s balanced attack a 14-7 victory against Mater Dei and propelled the Bruins, ranked No. 6, into a second-round showdown with the winner of the Montebello-Edison game, both of whom defeated Wilson earlier in this season. Los Alamitos, No. 7, didn’t fair quite as well. Although Sarah Brady tallied four goals, the Griffins fell behind by two goals in the closing minutes of the fourth period to El Toro and couldn’t make up the difference losing by a score of 9-7. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LOS ALAMTIOS – For one local high school girls water polo team, the season will proceed to the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division I playoffs. For the other one, the road ended much earlier than it expected at the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Center on Thursday afternoon.
Caroline Callaghan, Murrin Fanad who was selected as the Dubai Rose of Tralee on Frday night. She is pictured in the Jumeirah Creekside Hotel in Dubai with her boyfriend, Barry McGettigan and his dad, Eugene.A Fanad teacher has been selected to represent Dubai in the Rose of Tralee 2013.Caroline Callaghan, who hails from Murrin in Fanad, has been teaching in Dubai for two years while back home in Donegal her parents, Henry, Kathleen and sister Sharon run the Callaghan Transport Company.After reaching the final four, Caroline was crowned Dubai Rose at an event in the Jumeirah Creekside Hotel in Dubai on Friday night. And the hotel was full of Donegal folks, some had travelled hundreds of miles to support Caroline. Among them was her neighbour and former Fanad band drummer Sean Hall who is teaching in Quatar.Meanwhile as the judges in Dubai pondered on their decision, back in Fanad the local band where Caroline was a member and leader for eleven years were on tenterhooks at the Fanad Community Centre during their weekly rehearsals.Caroline will now attend the regional final in the Portlaoise Heritage Hotel. Her family and friends are looking forward to seeing her when she travels to Ireland for the next stage of the competition on the June Bank Holiday weekend.This is not the first time Dubai has been represented in the competition by a Donegal teacher. Grainne Boyle from Gartan was the Dubai Rose in 2011. The Rose of Tralee International Festival is Ireland’s largest and longest running festival and is celebrating 54 years in 2013. The heart of the festival is the selection of the Rose of Tralee and there are seventy Rose Centres around the world. The Regional Festival is the event that has been established to get this number of Roses down to the 32 Roses that appear on the RTÉ television show in August.“I am delighted to be representing Dubai In the next stage of the competition and am very excited about my trip to Portlaoise,’ Caroline said. FANAD GIRL IS CROWNED DUBAI ROSE OF TRALEE was last modified: May 9th, 2013 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)
DEELE Harps came from two goals down to beat Glencar Celtic 4-3 in a ill-tempered match at Rathmullan.The Letterkenny side had gone in at half-time 3-2 up thanks to a couple of spectacular goals.But the Deele lads came back with a couple of crackers of their own to win 4-3. Donegal Saturday League ResultsDowntown Cup Group AGlencar Celtic 3 Deele Harps 4Ramelton 3 Glenea Utd 1Downtown Cup Group BCastlefin Celtic 0 Milford Utd 1Fintown Harps 4 Dunfanaghy 1Downtown Cup Group CKilmacrennan C P-P Donegal TownMulroy Celtic 4 Tullyvinney R 1Downtown Cup Group DCranford u 1 Gweedore Celtic 1Gweedore Utd 2 Downtown Utd 4 DONEGAL SATURDAY SOCCER RESULTS & PIX was last modified: January 14th, 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:DONEGAL SATURDAY SOCCER RESULTS & PIXdowntown cup
Three Donegal TDs have made an official request to extend the closing date of Kilcar Post Office to allow locals to appeal the decision.Pat the Cope Gallagher, Thomas Pringle and Pearse Doherty have called on An Post to delay the closing date by six months. The TDs met with Minister of State at the Department of Communications Sean Canney today to ask him to support their request for an extension.More than 300 locals turned out for a public meeting on Monday to discuss the future of the Post Office in Kilcar. The community shared their shock and concern that the post office would be closed at the end of June.As a result of the meeting, the three TDs present were mandated to request An Post to extend the proposed closing date of the post office until December.This would give sufficient time to give the Local Action Committee and others an opportunity to make submissions and afford them the same opportunity as others when other closures were announced last year.It also gives an opportunity to the many businesses in the locality to highlight the importance of the Post Office, in an area which has 320 people employed locally and has a population of 1,740 people. Donegal TDs request delay on Kilcar Post Office closing date was last modified: June 20th, 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) Tags:kilcar post office
Add realistic volumetric lighting elements to your footage with this easy-to-use technique.I find that light rays are the one visual element that will enhance any composition. While cinematographers almost always capture the effect in-camera, you can also achieve the look in After Effects. You can use Red Giant’s Trapcode Shine to add realistic volumetric light to most scenes quite easily. The plugin itself is only $99; however, if you’re on a budget and need to trim expenses, you can use this technique in After Effects without a third-party plugin.Before we jump into After Effects, let me stress the importance of a visible light source in the shot. The digital version of this effect doesn’t work well if there’s no obvious light source.Creating a streak of light is easier than you might imagine. It takes only a few simple tweaks with a solid color layer. There are also three initial problems you may encounter when creating digital light rays in After Effects.If the camera is moving, you’ll need to track the scene.If someone moves in front of the beam, you’ll need to rotoscope them.If the light hits a surface, you’ll need to create a light spill.This is my shot; it’s an ungraded R3D file, shot on 50mm at f.2.8.The TechniqueCreate a new composition in After Effects, then create a new light color solid. Base the color of your layer on the color temperature of your shot.Lower the opacity of the solid to 50% so you can see the image underneath. Select the pen tool, and create a mask for where you would like the light to appear. Determine the incoming angle of the light as best you can. Once you have created your mask, increase the feather range from 250 to 350.Since my shot includes an actor, I can see the angle of the incoming light. I also have a shadow from the window frame, which I can use to my advantage later in the tutorial. You now need to change the blend mode to something that works well for your scene. There’s not one correct blend mode to use; it entirely depends on your creative aesthetics. You can use Overlay for a very soft light, or Hard Light for a more defined beam. With the blend mode set, lower the opacity to 25-35 percent.Now, the light is consistently bright across the entire image, when realistically it would dim slightly the further it travels. To fix this, we’re going to add a gradient ramp and place the start of the ramp at the window, and the end of the ramp just past the character. The start color will be the same color as our solid, and the end color will be the same hue but desaturated. Now we have a nice light falloff.At this point, it may look usable, however, if this were a video clip you’d quickly notice something is missing from the light stream: dust.Adding DustThere are two ways we can add dust into the light stream. We can either create the dust particles ourselves using CC Particle World, or we can use a video clip of a dust loop.There are pros and cons to each option. If we create the dust, we have complete control over the size and the direction of its movement, and we can even animate the dust to move when the actor disturbs the air. If we use the stock clip, we can add dust to our shot in under a minute.If you want to create the dust particles, here’s a great video tutorial.We’re going to continue here with the video clip method. Import your dust stock footage into After Effects (there are many, many free downloads on the internet), and place the dust particles above the solid color and scale the video down until it’s a reasonable size. Change the blend mode to screen, and you should now have realistic-looking dust particles.We now need to adjust the particles to conform to the path of the light. With the pen tool, create a mask, and draw around the light beam area, then give the mask a large feather. We don’t want the particles to disappear as soon as they leave the path of the light.Earlier, I mentioned that I have a shadow on the actor’s forehead, which I can use to my advantage. If your composition includes breaks in the light, you can further enhance the light beam by duplicating the solid layer and creating another beam above the break. It will help make the effect look truly organic.There we have it. This is the final result.I initially thought that the light beam passing in front of the actor would present a problem. However, after looking at examples such as this still from Skyfall, I noticed that you can see that the rays still pass in front of the characters because they are entering the frame at an angle to the camera. If the actor were standing in front of the beam with the camera in front of the actor, you would have to get out your rotoscope tools.Image via Eon Productions.Adding Volumetric Light and Dust ElementsAnother option is to add video overlays of light and dust elements to your footage or motion graphics. Try using these 16 free 4K light and dust overlays from RocketStock. You can download them now for free!
India moved into the next round after winning two out of their three qualifying gamesIndian men cagers picked up the pieces quickly after their loss in the second qualifier to outplay Kazakhstan 80-61 to top Group B at the Asian Games basketball competition here today.The Indians, who lost a hard fought match against Saudi Aradia 67-73 yesterday, won their second of the three qualifying matches and moved into the next round.India took control from the very start after taking the first quarter 24-14. The Amritpal Singh-led team never let slip from there and extended the lead in the next quarter to 47-31. The third and the fourth quarters were no different with the Indian men winning it on a canter.India had won their opening fixture against Palestine 89-49 to give themselves a flying start.India will next play Philippines tomorrow.