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Reduced hours for walking track during summer

first_imgThe reduction of hours of operation will be carried out from Tuesday, July 3 until Tuesday, Sept. 4.The new hours will run Monday-Friday 8 a.m. until 8 p.m., while Saturday and Sunday hours will run from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m.Along with the new hours of operation, Council also authorized a change in the supervised hours at the Track. Supervised hours at the track will be from 9 a.m. until 12 noon and 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. The track will be unsupervised from 12 noon until 4 p.m.- Advertisement -The change in hours of operation stems from the 2011 average number of track users per day in the summer season. In May, 157 people on averaged put the track to use. That number decreased significantly come summer time, with just 90 people on average using it in June and just 55 users per day in July.Reducing the hours is also beneficial to the city of Fort St. John, as the city potentially saves $19,200 in personnel costs for Recreation Attendants.last_img read more

January 12, 2020 0

Agree with our Prem team of the season? Only one player per club allowed!

first_imgPlenty of us will have been discussing our star performers of the Premier League season.A whole host of best XIs have been doing the rounds, but how would a team of the season look if only one player from each club could be selected?Take a look at talkSPORT’s team of the 2016/17 season, featuring just one player from any top flight side, by scrolling through the gallery above. 5. Midfield: Ryan Fraser (Bournemouth) – Fraser has grasped the chance given to him by Eddie Howe to thrive for the Cherries. Since playing a starring substitute role in the 4-3 win over Liverpool back in December, scoring and assisting one, he’s been a great source of entertainment for fans. The future is bright for the 23-year-old. 11 11. Attack: Eden Hazard (Chelsea) – It’s perhaps controversial to pick Hazard ahead of N’Golo Kante, but the Belgian has been the difference for Chelsea so often this season. He’s been the player for the big games, scoring against Arsenal, Manchester United, Manchester City and Tottenham. While optimism might be high over finding a superior replacement to Diego Costa, who is being linked with a summer exit, there aren’t many who could fill Hazard’s boots. 2. Defence: Eric Bailly (Manchester United) – Bailly hasn’t stolen the headlines for United, but he’s been one of their best performers. The £30m signing instantly settled into Jose Mourinho’s new-look XI. He’s the first choice at centre back and has done a job at right-back when called upon. 9. Attack: Alexis Sanchez (Arsenal) – Sanchez has carried Arsenal this season. For the most part, he hasn’t let speculation over his future distract him on the pitch. With 24 goals and 10 assists to his name, he has been their star going forward. Life without the Chilean doesn’t bear thinking about for Gooners. 11 11 11 11 10. Attack: Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) – How outstanding Kane has been this season is well known, but still bears repeating. The Spurs striker has had two separate spells on the sidelines, in both halves of the season, but still cruised to the Golden Boot. He’s scored 29 to finish as the Premier League’s top scorer, with seven of those coming in his last two games. Had he been fit for the entire campaign, he could have challenged Lionel Messi (37 goals) for the European Golden Shoe. 11 4. Defence: Ben Gibson (Middlesbrough) – It wasn’t Boro’s defence that was the main problem in their failure to evade the drop. Aitor Karanka, who was sacked in March, focused his tactics on discipline, thereby neglecting their attack. But while they offered little going forward and made an instant return to the Championship as a result, Gibson’s reputation has actually been enhanced. 11 6. Midfield: Oriol Romeu (Southampton) – Romeu is key to the Southampton team. Competing with N’Golo Kante as the Premier League’s best defensive midfielder isn’t easy, but Romeu is without doubt one of the best in this position in English football. While it didn’t work out for him at Chelsea, whom he joined in 2011 and left in 2015, he’s thriving at St Mary’s. Keeping hold of him could be difficult for the Saints. 11 8. Midfield: Philippe Coutinho (Liverpool) – It’s been Coutinho’s best season for Liverpool, with the Brazilian finally performing with the consistency needed. He’s scored 13 and assisted seven in the league, playing a vital role in the Reds winning a place in the top four. There were concerns that Sadio Mane’s injury would impact Liverpool in the battle for a Champions League spot, but Coutinho has stepped up. 11 7. Midfield: Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City) – De Bruyne finished the season with the most assists recorded in the Premier League. The Belgian set up 18 for his team-mates – doubling his tally from last season. Under the guidance of Pep Guardiola he could go on to establish his place among the game’s elite playmakers. 1. Goalkeeper: Tom Heaton (Burnley) – click the arrow above, right, to see our full Premier League team of the season – No goalkeeper made more saves in the Premier League than Heaton (141). Much of Burnley’s survival in the top flight is owed to the solidity of their defence, with Heaton typifying the character of the Clarets team. He’s been on top form. 3. Defence: Ashley Williams (Everton) – The Toffees have been a much improved unit under the guidance of Ronald Koeman this season, and last summer’s signing Williams has notably strengthened their back line. There are areas of his game that evoke frustration, but the Goodison Park faithful’s trust in their defence has improved. 11 11last_img read more

December 27, 2019 0