LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS TAGS: Highlight When time allows for clarity of thought; after an evening of maddening, frenetic, passionate intensity, there will be no doubting who is the happier of the two coaches; Warren Gatland.Written off by fans and rugby sages the world over before the Series, Gatland could afford to play the joker after a drawn Series, in which the Lions had only led for three minutes of the 240-minute slugfest, wandering in to the post-match press conference with a clown’s red nose as a two-fingered salute to the members of the New Zealand media who had pilloried him as a clown just weeks ago, when the Lions struggled to break into a canter, let alone a gallop.And yet. The Lions simply refused to be beaten.In sport we talk of honing skills as a child, the ‘top two-inches’ as we hit adolescence, and scientifically-designed conditioning as we hit professionalism but what the Lions achieved came through something less tangible, less measurable on a GPS chart, it was what they found within; heart, resolve and an unbreakable spirit.Monumental shift: Maro Itoje put in a world-class performanceFor a second, we should remind ourselves of the quality of the opposition. The All Blacks had won 46 consecutive home games before Wellington. The Lions for their part had not won a Series against New Zealand for 46 years. It is against these irrefutable facts that any conclusion to a drawn Series must be judged.From the second minute when captain Sam Warburton dived on the pill, like a ferret down a hole, and was harshly penalized for it, you sensed it would come to embody a Lions performance, however imperfect, that will be talked about in hushed, reverential tones in the years to come.Maro Itoje, too, left us in no doubt that he’d chomped his three Shredded Wheat that morning. He snaffled All Black attackers, stole lineouts, intercepted passes in heavy traffic and bounced Kiwi defenders like skittles in an alley. With six minutes on the clock, he was dragged up off the turf exhausted, and winning a key turnover. Even ‘Super Maro’ seemed human for a moment.Moment of class: Jordie Barrett arcs round Anthony Watson to scoreIt was breathless, brutal and not for the feint-hearted. No collision was more wince-inducing than Jerome Kaino’s ferocious late shoulder charge on Alun Wyn Jones that sent his head richochetting backwards, in the manner of a boxer falling towards the canvas, earning the All Black a yellow card, but there was also magic to behold.The All Blacks had fielded two rookies, Jordie Barrett and Ngani Laumape, the two try scorers. Many openly questioned if they would buckle under the enormous pressure, but when Beauden Barrett drilled a perfectly weighted cross-kick through the Auckland air to young Jordie – something they’d probably practiced on countless occasions on the family farm, under the watchful gaze of Mount Taranaki – the 6ft 5in full-back, lifted himself above Elliot Daly, and in the manner of a basketball player, swatted the ball downwards onto to turf only for the ball to bounce up to an onrushing Laumape who clasped the ball mid-flow and powered over. It was a hammer blow to the Lions. Only 90 seconds earlier, they had been shellacking the All Blacks try-line, before a mis-placed Owen Farrell pass had been picked out by the one man you didn’t want in open space, the rapier-fast Beauden Barrett, who had given Laumape a clear run to the line before Jonathan Davies hunted him down. Advantage New Zealand.Classy score: Ngani Laumape picks up the ball after the Jordie Barrett slapdownThe Lions kept in touch, with Farrell slotting any penalty chances that came his way.It was again time for the All Blacks to show the innovation and impudence for which they are renowned and again the two rookies were heavily involved. When Brodie Retallick picked the ball off the top of the lineout, he drove towards the Lions 22 and the ball was recycled from Beauden Barrett to Laumape who offloaded deliciously with one-hand to Anton Lienert-Brown who in turn fed Jordie Barrett to arc around a scrambling Anthony Watson to score.Barrett Snr missed the conversion – how he may privately rue his errant boot in the years to come. It was 12-3 and the Lions were struggling to breathe, with the All Blacks blowing chances to extend their lead through poor handling and forward passes from Julian Savea and Lienert-Brown.FOR THE LATEST SUBSCRIPTION OFFERS, CLICK HEREA minute after half-time the Lions won a penalty just inside their half and Elliot Daly, drawing his driver from the bag, and sent the ball through the uprights. 12-9, and they were still in touch.As the clock wound down, both sides made mistakes, Williams spilt a wicked bounce from an Aaron Smith kick, Jamie George threw an errant dart, as Barrett and Farrell, like two marksmen, waited for the kill.Hanging in there: The Lions put their bodies on the line at Eden ParkStill the sides, prodded and probed defensive lines. Davies, who has since been named Players’ Player of the Series, drove Barrett Jnr metres backwards and minutes later rushed out of defence to clatter the young Hurricane, as the Lions attempted to neuter the All Blacks’ dangerous debutant. Warren Gatland and his squad were written off before the three-Test Series but through sheer force of will they earnt the respect of the All Blacks Honours even: The Lions and All Blacks drew their first ever Series When Barrett clipped over an easy penalty to draw the All Blacks, three points ahead with six minutes left on the clock, fingernails were gnawed among the red-clad supporters, who had spent much of their life-savings and travelled over 11,000 miles for the improbable, ‘I was there’ moment.Intervention, even of the divine sort, was needed, and it duly arrived as they won a penalty to clear the lines and claw into the All Blacks half and within a minute when Itoje was impede on the deck, Farrell was given the chance to level the scores.For the Saracen, who had not enjoyed his most error-free of evenings, it was time to trust his technique, and at the top of his kicking range, send the ball inches over the crossbar to widespread pandemonium from the crowd, with two minutes 40 seconds left. 15-15.Passion: Owen Farrell levels the scores late onThere was still time for one last twist. From the resulting kick-off, Williams and Ken Owens, jumped skywards to secure the ball with Kieran Read – who else? – putting pressure. The ball was spilt forward and appeared to hit Owens in an offside position. Romaine Poite signalled a penalty but Warburton, showing speed of thought, questioned the decision, saying it was accidental. After conferring with the TMO, George Ayoub, Poite downgraded it to award the All Blacks a scrum. With seconds left on the clock, CJ Stander and Williams clattered an All Black into touch five metres out and an exhausted Poite, blew for full-time.While it was the result nobody wanted – the last time a Lions Series was drawn was in 1955 against South Africa – as the players looked around, unsure whether to laugh, or cry, trying to pick out family members in the crowd, they traipsed around the Eden Park pitch, awaiting the rapidly assembled, shared trophy presentation, a ‘loser’ was hard to spot on both sides after a trio of Tests that had captured the imagination of rugby fans, from all over the world, let alone the nations involved.Thanks for the memories: The Lions salute their magnificent fansIndeed, to witness the camaraderie and respect between the two warring teams at the final whistle, was to showcase every value that makes rugby so special. Honours shared, the Lions’ very concept vindicated.The countdown for South Africa starts now.
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Facebook Shannon firm makes transport safer for sick children Advertisement BusinessNewsCommunityLimerick social entrepreneurs honoured for Covid projectBy Alan Jacques – October 30, 2020 736 Over 100 free workshops at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Print WhatsApp David Neville and Pádraic HoganLIMERICK social entrepreneurs David Neville and Pádraic Hogan were honoured for their innovative response to the Covid-19 pandemic at a special online event last week.Co-founders of jumpAgrade, they are committed to reducing the education inequality gap by making top-quality tutoring and feedback available to second-level students, regardless of location, ability, or socio-economic background.jumpAgrade saw a 500 per cent increase in demand for its services during the pandemic and worked hard to scale both its services and impact. jumpAgrade’s office is based in the Nexus Innovation Centre on the University of Limerick Campus.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Mr Neville, who is originally from Castleconnell, said it was an honour to be able to represent both jumpAgrade and the Social Entrepreneurs Ireland community on a national level and to create awareness to continue to scale our impact. SEI has been the foundation for the growth of jumpAgrade’s Equity of Education initiative to date.”Social Entrepreneurs Ireland chief executive Darren Ryan said that social entrepreneurs like the two Limerickmen have played a key role in responding to the covid-19 crisis and will be needed more than ever as we rebuild our society.“The pandemic has shone a light on the communities that remain most vulnerable and isolated at this time and reminded us about what matters most. It has also shown that individuals around Ireland are willing and ready to step up and act.“Social entrepreneurs are society’s problem solvers. They are ordinary people who develop new, innovative ideas to address the social challenges we face and work tirelessly to put them into action. We have already seen examples of this in recent months, as people around the country have developed innovative ways to care for people, combat isolation, and keep our society going through the crisis.“We will need a lot more of this as we respond to the evolving situation and continue to tackle the existing social issues. Social Entrepreneurs Ireland is proud to be supporting more social entrepreneurs than ever before in 2020, and we are committed to growing our support and impact in the coming years.”Since its foundation in 2004, SEI has supported 374 social entrepreneurs across the country. This year, SEI saw a record number of 245 applications to its programmes. jumpAgrade was an SEI Awardee in 2019.SEI will launch a national call for applications to its programmes in early 2021. Details at socialentrepreneurs.ie. Linkedin Email Previous articleFoul play ruled out after body found in cityNext article#FirstLook: Wide Eyed Lady is a gothic horror treat Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie Cars driving on footpath at Hassett’s Cross RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR #ThrowbackThursday: This week’s look back at our Out & About photos Twitter TAGSLimerick Post Keeping Limerick Posted LimerickSocial Entrepreneurs The last dance for a Limerick cultural institution
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News UpdatesObjectionable Post Against CM Yogi Adityanath: Allahabad High Court Grants Bail On The Condition That Accused Won’t Use Social Media For 2 Yrs [Read Order] Sparsh Upadhyay4 Nov 2020 10:12 PMShare This – xThe Allahabad High Court on Monday (02nd November) granted bail to a person accused of making objectionable remarks against the Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and other public representatives on the condition that he will not use social media for a period of two years or till the conclusion of the trial before the Trial Court, whichever is earlier.The Bench of Justice Siddharth was hearing…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Allahabad High Court on Monday (02nd November) granted bail to a person accused of making objectionable remarks against the Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and other public representatives on the condition that he will not use social media for a period of two years or till the conclusion of the trial before the Trial Court, whichever is earlier.The Bench of Justice Siddharth was hearing the bail application has been filed on behalf of the applicant (Akhilanand Rao) in Case Crime No. 500 of 2020, under Sections 419, 420, 120B IPC 66D of I.T Act, Police Station Kotwali, District- Deoria during the pendency of the trial.Case against the ApplicantIn this matter, the allegation against the applicant is that he made objectionable remarks against the Chief Minister of the State and other public representatives.The first information report was lodged by the police. It was also alleged that he had falsely shown his status and tried to obtain undue advantages.The counsel for the applicant submitted that it is a case of false implication by the police. The applicant was in jail since 12.05.2020 and has a criminal history of 11 cases.Court’s orderAfter considering the material on record, the larger mandate of Article 21 of the Constitution of India and the dictum of Apex Court in the case of Dataram Singh Vs. State of U.P. and another, reported in (2018) 3 SCC 22 and without expressing any opinion on the merits of the case, the Court directed,”Let the applicant involved in the aforesaid crime be released on bail on his furnishing a personal bond and two sureties each in the like amount to the satisfaction of the court concerned”Significantly, the Court put a condition that the Applicant will not use social media for a period of two years or till the conclusion of trial before the Trial Court, whichever is earlier.Views of Other High CourtsIn August 2020, the Madhya Pradesh High Court, while granting bail to a ‘student’ accused, had directed him to perform digital detoxification of himself by not using Whatsapp, Facebook or other Social Media for two months.Justice Anand Pathak had also directed Harendra Tyagi, a student of Agriculture Science, to report about his digital detoxification at the concerned police station and to complete his study of Pre Agriculture Test (PAT).It may be noted that while granting bail to a Rape accused, the Kerala High Court in September had remarked that “heavens will not fall down if a condition is imposed in a bail order restraining the accused in a rape case in using social media, especially when it is to protect the victim girl’s privacy.”Notably, the Supreme Court recently issued notice in a plea regarding whether restrictions could be imposed on usage of social media by a trial court as a condition for grant of bail.A Bench of Chief Justice of India SA Bobde and Justices R. Subhash Reddy and AS Bopanna heard the matter filed by Congress leader Sachin Chaudhary, and issued notice to the Central Government and the State of Uttar Pradesh.The Plea, filed by Advocate-on-Record Keshav Ranjan, stems from the Allahabad High Court Order of Justice Siddharth which had granted bail to Chaudhary on the condition that he would not use social media while being enlarged on bail till the conclusion of the trial.”The applicant shall not use social media till the conclusion of the trial”.Case title – Akhilanand Rao v. State of U.P. [Criminal Misc. Bail Application No. – 36733 of 2020]Click Here To Download Order[Read Order]Next Story
AudioHomepage BannerNews By News Highland – January 8, 2020 FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 Facebook Previous articleVigilance advised on foot of suspected Bird Flu case in FermanaghNext articleGlemore Estates announces change to business model at farm in Burt News Highland Twitter Pinterest News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th HSE launches no Stop Smoking campaign For more information, free call 1800 201 203 or visit www.QUIT.ie WhatsApp Google+ Google+ Harps come back to win in Waterford DL Debate – 24/05/21 Fiona Boyle 0872514790 [email protected] Maresa Mc Gettigan 0860492465 [email protected] University Hospital Elaine Robinson 0749123678 [email protected] Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Twitter WhatsApp Facebook Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest The HSE has launched its latest QUIT Smoking campaign, encouraging people who smoke to quit for four weeks. This, they say, substantially increases the chance of quitting for good.Donegal Stop Smoking Advisor Fiona Boyle says last year saw 263 new clients to her service, with around 30% of them quit 12 months later.She says this latest initiative is a very important one…………Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/fionab.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.
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LaShonda Williams(RALEIGH, N.C) — One future mother-in-law’s video has gone viral after capturing a heartfelt proposal during a night of playing a home version of “Family Feud.”Fayetteville couple Joshua Powell and Kiana Myrick shared a moment seen so far, by over 1.3 million people. Powell asked Myrick a series of wedding-related questions on Dec. 23 like “name a day a woman always dreams about” and “name something a woman wears all white to.”Finally, he said, “How would you finish this — will you marry me?” Myrick said, “Yes, I will,” and laughed without realizing that he was actually serious, according to ABC News’ Raleigh affiliate, WTVD.LaShonda Williams, Powell’s mother who posted the video told ABC News that once her son found out she was diagnosed with breast cancer in March, is when he began planning the proposal.“He wanted to ensure I would be here for his big day,” Williams told ABC News.Williams said they planned on Myrick answering questions during the fast money round. “She] had no idea. No one at the party [knew], but us and her mom until they made her go out of the room.”In the video Powell said ‘A lot of people might say we’re young, but life is too short.” The couple dated for eight years and Powell said in the video he wanted 88 more with Myrick.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.