Submitted by Pamela SaboInterested in finding out more about the Cowboy Mounted Shooters Association of BC?Then don’t miss the The demonstration set for Canyon Park, Canyon, BC from 9 – 9:45 am on Canada Day — Saturday, July 1st, 2017.The, CMSABC, nearing its second anniversary of the creation of this non-profit society and this was the very first CMSA sanctioned event ever held in this province, held a meet recently at Creston Flats Stables in the heart of the beautiful Kootenays. Horses of various breeds and their riders, ranging in age from 10 to 65+, participated in this exciting, fast paced and noisy sport on Saturday, May 27th at Creston Flats StablesMembers of our local CMSABC, along with competitors from Alberta, Saskatchewan and the US, were able to indulge in the enjoyment of fast horses, gunpowder, and bursting balloons. Within their various skill levels/classes, participants attempted to achieve the fastest time, with fewest missed balloons, in their efforts to accumulate points, awards and prizes!The day began with the Cowboy Prayer read by John Solly, our excellent announcer for the day. This was followed by a lovely rendition of O Canada, beautifully sung by some lovely young ladies and the playing of the US anthem while two young gentlemen rode the Canadian and American colours through the arena.The competition kicked off with Wranglers (youth under 18) ground firing at their targets, while under direct supervision of an appropriately licenced adult. This was followed by the Main Match, consisting of three stages, where competitors individually ride a specific pattern while addressing the balloon targets with their revolvers. Youth competitors also ride the pattern for timed scores. They do not shoot from the horses, but they “address” the target with cap guns. One of the highlights of the day is the exciting Shotgun and Rifle matches! In these classes the competitors ride and shoot the first half of the pattern with revolver, then holster the revolver, and with both hands on either the rifle or shotgun, and their horse often running with only the guidance of their legs, shoot the remaining balloons in the “rundown”. Firearms used are replicas of pre-1890’s 45 calibre six shooters, which requires users to have completed specific firearms training, testing and licencing for restricted firearms. There are, however, NO projectiles permitted in this sport, and balloon targets are burst ONLY by the hot embers from blank ammo.Horsemanship and safety are of the utmost importance in developing the skills required by both horse and rider. Horses are desensitized and carefully trained to become skilled partners in the sport and are highly valued. Their comfort and safety is of primary importance and both horses and riders wear hearing protection. CMSABC would like to express our deep appreciation to all our members who worked endless hours to create this event; the tireless help and support of members of Alberta’s CCMSA (Canadian Cowboy Mounted Shooters Assoc) who guided our efforts to produce this event; the competitors who travelled long distances to support our efforts; Janice Storch Photography for travelling from Alberta to capture the event in photos; Horse Council of BC for making grants available that have helped us to purchase equipment necessary to produce this event; RDCK and Area Directors Larry Binks and Tanya Wall for grants in support; all our wonderful volunteers for their support and hard work; all the wonderful businesses and sponsors who donated prizes and funds for all the awards and Creston Flats Stables for maintaining an excellent facility that makes it possible to hold events like this here in the Creston Valley.
DOHA, Qatar (AP):Organisers say Olympic 200 metres champion Allyson Felix has pulled out of the Diamond League meet in Doha next week because of a “minor” ankle injury she picked up in training.Felix was to open her season by running in the 100 metres in Qatar on May 6.In a statement released by organisers, Felix says, “My coach and I feel that it is best to be fully healthy before opening up.”Felix is also scheduled to run the 400 metres at the Prefontaine Classic at the end of May, part of her preparations before attempting a 200-400 double at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in August.At the Prefontaine Classic, Felix is set to go up against Olympic 400 metres champion Sanya Richards-Ross at Hayward Field on May 27-28.
The Fort St. John Flyers will be on the ice tonight at the North Peace Arena against the Spirit River Rangers at 8:30. The meeting will be the third of the year between the clubs with Fort St. John having won the first two contests.Things are tight among the three teams in the North Peace Hockey League’s West Division with Fort St. John, Spirit River, and Dawson Creek all separated by just two points. The Rangers trail the Flyers by one point for first.After tonight’s game the Flyers will be in High Prairie tomorrow evening.- Advertisement –
Fragments of party band Van Halen accepted induction to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Monday, punk poet Patti Smith brought her earthy growl and the Ronettes’ Ronnie Spector thanked everyone but her ex-husband. R.E.M. and the institution’s first hip-hop act, Grandmaster Flash, were also ushered in during the hall’s 22nd induction ceremony in New York. Only Van Halen’s second lead singer, Sammy Hagar, and ex-bass player Michael Anthony turned up for Monday’s ceremony. Guitarist Eddie Van Halen has just gone into rehab and original lead singer David Lee Roth stayed away in a tiff over what he would perform. Hagar said he wished his band mates could be there, but “it’s out of our control.” “It’s hard for Mike and I to be up here to do this, but you couldn’t have kept me away from this with a shotgun,” Hagar said. Hagar and Anthony joined Velvet Revolver to sing “Why Can’t This Be Love.” The annual ceremony at New York’s Waldorf Astoria Hotel ballroom was televised live for the first time on VH1 Classic and streamed on aol.com. Shy and fighting back tears as she accepted induction, Smith recalled friends and family who didn’t live to see the day. The bohemian poet straddled the hippie and punk eras, with her album “Horses” setting a standard for literate rock. She performed her biggest hit, “Because the Night,” co-written with Bruce Springsteen, and the Rolling Stones’ classic “Gimme Shelter.” Keith Richards inducted the Ronettes, the New York City girl group who sang 1960s era pop symphonies like “Be My Baby” and “Baby I Love You.” Lead singer Ronnie Spector thanked a list of people from Cher to Springsteen to her publicist – but made no mention of ex-husband Phil Spector, the producer whose gigantic “wall of sound” is synonymous with the act. Phil Spector’s murder trial concerning the shooting death of an actress at his Alhambra mansion is due to start next week. Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, including vocalist Melle Mel, leads the rap revolution at the rock hall. Their Reagan-era hit “The Message” was a milestone message from urban America. Jay-Z was lined up for the induction speech. R.E.M. anticipated a happy reunion with drummer Bill Berry, who had left the band in 1997 after suffering an aneurysm onstage two years earlier. R.E.M. largely invented the indie rock scene out of Athens, Ga., in the early 1980s. Critical hits like “Radio Free Europe” gave way to mainstream hits like “Losing My Religion” in the early 1990s. The band is still active as a trio with Michael Stipe, Peter Buck and Mike Mills. – Associated Press160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
5. But Mourinho didn’t like everything he saw… – Click the right arrow above for more pictures… 7. Arjen Robben scored a goal against Lippstadt as Bayern won 4-3 – Click the right arrow above for more pictures… 12 12 12 12 3. Henrikh Mkhitaryan made his debut and looked in good form – Click the right arrow above for more pictures… 12 11. Joelinton rounds Asmir Begovic to finish off a lovely team move which handed Rapid Vienna a 1-0 lead over Chelsea – Click the right arrow above for more pictures… 4. Andreas Pereira seemed delighted with his goal, while Will Keane opened the scoring – Click the right arrow above for more pictures… 10. Levent Aycicek celebrates scoring the only goal as 1860 Munich beat Borussia Dortmund 1-0 at the Stadion an der Gruenwalder Strasse – Click the right arrow above for more pictures… 12 12 1. Jose Mourinho took charge of his first match as Manchester United manager against Wigan – Click the right arrow above for more pictures… 12 12 12 2. He sat down with his new backroom staff as the Red Devils won 2-0 – Click the right arrow above for more pictures… 9. Franck Ribery was also in action – Click the right arrow above for more pictures… Euro 2016 may have ended just six days ago but some of Europe’s top clubs are already in action as they prepare for the new campaign.We’re not going to lie, it’s been a long week and while Celtic’s defeat to Lincoln Red Imps whetted our whistle, it’s been good to guzzle on some more action this Saturday.Manchester United, Chelsea, Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund were just some of the sides on show with debutants and academy stars looking to show fans and managers what they’re made of.And they provided a glimpse of what the 2016/17 season could look like. So to see the best of the picture from the day, click the right arrow above… 12 8. But the Dutchman also went off injured – Click the right arrow above for more pictures… 6. Carlo Ancelotti is in charge at Bayern Munich – and his eyebrow game is still on point! – Click the right arrow above for more pictures… 12 12. The Blues conceded a second eight minutes from time, as Antonio Conte lost his first game as manager of the West London club
WHITTIER – A state watchdog group is asking the Whittier City School District to revamp its board agendas, citing possible conflicts with the state’s open meetings law.District officials deny the charge. Richard P. McKee, president of the nonprofit Californians Aware, reviewed the district’s agendas for this year, after a resident complained that public comments during school board meetings were being unfairly restricted. Speakers addressing the panel were limited to three minutes. They also were prohibited from referring specifically to any person in a “derogatory or potentially offensive manner,” according to language from the board’s agendas. State regulations allow for time limits, officials said, although the board has been very flexible in that area. “In the four-plus years I’ve been on the school board, we’ve never once had a speaker who wished to speak but was not allowed, nor have we cut off someone before they finished,” said school board President J.C. “Mac” McFarland. McKee also recommended the board give a more thorough report on closed-session actions, and his group requested that the district stop discussing resignations or retirements in closed session. He also highlighted an incorrect March 20 agenda listing. “I just want them to get away from the template approach, where they’re using the same agendas over and over again and modifying them for a purpose,” he said. Franco said resignations and retirements come up in closed session because they often involve employees’ personal information. She also admitted to the March 20 mistake and said it was corrected in the meeting’s minutes. McKee is asking the district to make changes in the next 30 days, though the law does not set a deadline for the district to respond. Franco said the district’s legal team will review the agendas again to ensure compliance. “I’m very disappointed that Mr. McKee chose to send a demand letter to our law firm without first speaking to us,” McFarland said. “I think it’s a shame he’s compelling us to spend money on legal fees instead of on students.” firstname.lastname@example.org (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3051160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl eventThe wording and the three-minute limit could be in conflict with the state’s Ralph M. Brown Act, according to California Aware. “I think that saying three minutes for all items on the agenda is simply in some cases not nearly enough,” McKee said Thursday. “And when you open up a forum on anything in the jurisdiction of the school board, you cannot ever restrict the content of the message.” But district officials emphatically deny they are out of compliance with the state law. Officials said the time limit and agenda language are modeled after other local districts. Even so, Superintendent Carmella Franco said the school board removed the restrictions on derogatory comments two months ago, in response to a change in the law. “It does not appear in any of our agendas starting with the Feb. 15 meeting,” Franco said. “So there is no problem there.”
He was denied a third time just over 15 minutes from time, with El Shenawy saving well again, just a few moments after Fathi forced a good stop from Muslera in the Uruguay goal with a long-range effort.El Shenawy popped up again with a fine flying save to push a Cavani volley wide, and the resulting corner led to a chance which was cleared off the line.Uruguay started to ramp up the pressure as the clock ticked down, seemingly spurred on by Cavani’s brilliant attempt, and he went even closer to breaking the deadlock with two minutes remaining, but his excellent free-kick struck the post and, after an attacking mix-up in the box, the ball was eventually cleared.But all these misses did not matter, as Gimenez crashed his wonderful header into the far corner of El Shenawy’s goal in the final minute of regulation time to win the game.STAR MANAhmed Hegazi was superb at the heart of Egypt’s defence. The West Brom defender marshalled Edinson Cavani with supreme composure, and only lost Luis Suarez on a few occasions. Egypt’s defensive structure did make Hegazi’s job easier, but that should not take away from just how impressive he was. Suarez wasted three chances in a terribly poor performance Hegazy was tremendous at the heart of Egypt’s defence Gimenez scored the winning goal in the final minute of regulation time 4 MOMENT OF THE MATCHGimenez’s goal was the ultimate game-changer, coming so late in the match Egypt could do basically nothing about it. The defender had been great for the entire match, and just when it appeared a stalemate was on the cards, he won all three points, undeservedly, for his nation.LINE-UPSEgypt: El Shenawy, Fathi, Gabr, Hegazi, Abdel-Shafy, Warda (Sobhi 82′), Hamed (Morsy 50′), Elneny, Trezeguet, Said, Mohsen (Kahraba 63′)Subs not used: El Hadary, Ekramy, Elmohamady, Gaber, Salah, Ashraf, Hamdy, Shikabala, SamirUruguay: Muslera, Varela, Gimenez, Godin, Caceres, Nandez (Sanchez 58′), Vecino (Torreira 88′), Bentancur, De Arrascaeta (Rodriguez 59′), Suarez, CavaniSubs not used: Campana, Martin Silva, Stuani, Gaston Silva, Maxi Pereira, Laxalt, Gomez, Coates, UrretaGROUP A TABLE Uruguay left it late to defeat Egypt in their World Cup opener, with Jose Gimenez’s 90th-minute header earning La Celeste an undeserved three points.Egypt were more than a match for their opponents for much of the game, and goalkeeper Ahmed El Shenawy made a series of impressive saves to keep Edinson Cavani and Luis Suarez – who was very poor – at bay.But Gimenez popped up in the dying stages to change the game and get Uruguay’s campaign off to a perfect start. Uruguay had the best of what was a rather dull opening period, but for all their possession, La Celeste only had one really good chance on goal; Suarez fired into the side-netting from close range, after a delivery into the Egypt area cause confusion.The Pharaohs, expected to struggle against Oscar Tabarez’s side, were equalling their opponents all over the park, but they too found it hard to hit top form in the final third.After wasting his brilliant chance in the first half, Suarez was foiled soon after the restart by goalkeeper El Shenawy, who got down well to block the forward’s shot after he was played in by Cavani. 4 4 4
GLENTIES COMMUNITY NEWSTwins:Congratulations to Yvonne and Jim Mc Guinness, Kilkenny, Glenties, on the birth recently of their twins, two baby sisters for Toni Marie, Jimmy and Mark Anthony. The Late John Gallagher:The death took place in Letterkenny Hospital on Tuesday 10th September 2013, of John Gallagher (Snr) Meenahalla, Glenties. His Remains were brought to his home later that day and to St. Connell’s Church, Glenties on Friday morning. Fr. Gerard Cunningham, C.C. Fintown celebrated Requiem Mass. Family members did the Readings, Prayers of the Faithful and brought the Gifts to the Altar. .Music and singing were by John F. O’ Donnell. Burial took place afterwards in the New Graveyard. He is survived by sons John and Neilie, daughters Mary and Bernadette, sister, Mary, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends to whom sincere sympathy is extended. His wife Bridget predeceases him.The Late John Boyle:The death took place in Harbour Lights Nursing Home on Friday 13th September 2013 of John Boyle, Meenalargan, Glenties. His Remains were brought to Meenalargan on Saturday and to St. Connell’s Church, Glenties on Sunday morning. Requiem Mass was celebrated by Fr. Gerard Cunningham. Music was by John F. O’ Donnell. Burial took place in the New Graveyard. John is survived by three brothers, Phil, Eamonn and Gerry and one sister, Mary, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends to whom sincere sympathy is extended. His brother Paddy predeceased him some years ago. Employment Project:Glenties Care of the Aged Community Employment Project requires participants for its new scheme commencing in October. Application can be made in writing to Day Centre Glenties or by telephone to 087 1539018.Bingo:The winners at the Big Bingo in The Community Centre, Glenties, on Tuesday 10th September 2013 were – € 50 winner – Mary Boyle; €100 winners – Bernadette Mc Devitt, Mrs. Mc Fadden, Mary Gallagher, Nora Gallagher, Sandra Moore, Faye Moore, Catriona Gallagher, Breege Boyle, Breidíin Keeney, Annie Boyle and Kitty McGlynn; .€150 Winners – Fiona Gallagher, Lisa Boyle; € 300 Winners – Mary Gallagher, Mary Gazley, May Kennedy, Dillon Murray, Jenny Sweeney, Vera Breslin, Mary Mc Daid, Anthony Burke and Amanda McConnell; The € 2,000 Jackpot winner was – Rosaleen Boyle.Tai Chi Qigong Health Exercises with Charles Shovlin: Classes starting in Glenties Community Centre from Wednesday 18th September; Time – 8.00 p.m. to 9.30 p.m.; Adults only. For further information contact Charles at 074 9551596 or email@example.comTidy Towns:A general worker is wanted for a Community Employment Scheme; Fás criteria apply, Please contact 086 120 9524 for further information.DD LOCAL: GLENTIES COMMUNITY NEWS was last modified: September 20th, 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:DD LOCAL: GLENTIES COMMUNITY NEWS
MORE than 8,000 homes are now without power in Donegal.The power cuts have hit homes in Killybegs, Creeslough, Gaoth Dobhair, Buncrana and several other areas including Falcarragh, Dunfanaghy, Dungloe, Ballybofey and Burtonport.Follow the storm live (whilst we’ve still got power) here: https://www.donegaldaily.com/2013/12/18/stormwatch-live-updates-as-storm-hits-donegal/ 8,000 HOMES WITHOUT POWER AS HURRICANE-FORCE STORM SLAMS DONEGAL was last modified: December 18th, 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:000 HOMES WITHOUT POWER AS HURRICANE-FORCE STORM SLAMS DONEGAL8
PSG have won all of their first 12 games of the seasonInform PSG duo of Neymar and Kylian Mbappe were again on target as the Tomas Tuchel’s side defeated Lille 2-1 at the Parc des Prince on Friday evening. Scoring their 9th and 11th goal of the Ligue One season respectively, the Brazilian and Frenchman ensured that PSG breaks Tottenham’s 58-year-old European record set in 1960 (winning all their first 11 league games).Their 12 victory at the start of this season means that they now go 11 points clear of second-placed Montpellier who defeated Marseille 3-0 on Sunday night, in the standings.For Theirry Henry, he continues his search for a first victory as Monaco coach after his side miserably lost 1-0 away to Reims. In a game that saw either side have a player sent off, David Guion’s side scored the all-important goal on 24 minutes through Mathieu Cafaro to now go five games unbeaten and move into eight on the log, only four points away from the Europa league automatic qualification spot.Elsewhere in the Ligue One, Olympique Lyon were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Bordeaux. Houssem Aouar put the hosts in the lead at the stroke of halftime but Denish striker Andreas Cornelius restored purity for Bordeaux 17 minutes from time.The highest scoring fixture in the French top division this past weekend was played at the Stade Geoffroy Guichard as St. Ettiene required an 89th-minute strike through Romain Hamouma to defeat Angers 4-3.In Italy, Juventus continued their impressive start to the 2018/19 Serie A season with a 3-1 home victory over Cagliari on Saturday. The Old Lady took the lead through Paulo Dybala inside the first minute but the visitor leveled matter on 36 minutes thanks to Joao Pedro. Two minutes later, Cagliari scored again but this time Filip Brdari put through his own net to hand Juve a 2-1 lead going into halftime. Three minutes to time, Juan Cuadrado made the points safe for Massimiliano Allegri’s side off Cristiano Ronaldo’s fifth assist of the season.Juventus defeated Cagliari 3-1 on SaturdayOn the same day, Inter Milan thumped Genoa 5-0 to remain second on the Table. Roberto Gagliardini (x2), Joao Mario, Matteo Pplitano and Radja Nainggolan scored the goals for the Narazuri.On Friday, Dries Mertens scored a hattrick as Napoli put Empoli to the sword. Lorenzo Insigne and Arkadiusz Milik were the others on the score sheet in the 5-1 win which ensures Carlo Anchelotti’s side remain level on points with Inter in second, and six behind leaders Juventus.Elsewhere, Alessio Romagnoli continued his heroics with another injury-time winner as Milan defeated 10 man Udinese 1-0 on Sunday. Having scored the winner in the 2-1 win over Genoa on Wednesday, the Italian made sure that Milan moves into the top four for the first time this season.In Rome, Lazio returned to winning ways thanks to a 4-1 home win over SPAL. Ciro Immobile scored twice and a goal each by Danilo Cataldi and Marco Parolo on a day that saw Simione Inziagi’s charges move fifth, level on points with Milan.For Roma, they required an 85th Alessandro Florenzi screamer to walk out of Florence with a point. Jordan Veretout had earlier put Fiorentina in the lead via a penalty in the 32nd minute.In the Spanish la Liga, Real Madrid ended a four game winless run, defeating Real Valladolid 2-0 at the Santiago Bernabue. Two late goals from substitute Vinivious Jr and Captain Sergio Ramos (pen) were all the Santiago Solari needed to register a maiden League victory after replacing Julien Lupetegui last Monday.The 2-0 win over Valladolid ended Real’s four game winless La liga runFor leaders Barcelona, they also required two late goals from Osman Dembele and Luis Suarez to get past Rayo Vallecano 3-2 on Saturday. Ernesto Valverde’s side took the lead through Suarez on 10 minutes but would soon find themselves trailing in the game thanks to Jose Angelo Pozo and Alvaro Garcia’s strikes. With Sevilla drawing 0-0 away to real Sociedad on Sunday, Barcelona now move four points clear at the top of the league.Elsewhere, Atletico Madrid failed to see out a 1-0 lead handed to them by star-player, Antoine Griezmman on 69 minutes, conceding with eight minutes to play and in the process drawing 1-1 away to Leganes on Saturday afternoon. On the same day, Pere Pons scored a 48th minute winner as Girona defeated Valencia 1-0 at the Mestalla to 8th on the log.In Villareal, Alfonso Pedraza scored an injury time equalizer for the home side to draw 1-1 against Levante. Former Everton defender Ramiro Funes Mori’s own-goal had earlier put the visitors in the lead on 77 minutes.In the German Bundesliga, Borrusia Dortmund moved four points clear at the top of the summit thanks to a 1-0 win away to Wolfsburg on Saturday afternoon. The only goal of the game was scored by Captain Marco Reus on 27 minutes.Reus scored the only goal as Dortmund defeated Wolfsburg 1-0 on SaturdayOn the same day, Bayern Munich threw away a 1-0 lead with only a minute of regulation time to play as they drew 1-1 at home to Freiburg. Former Arsenal forward Serge Gnebry put the Bavarrians in the lead with 10 minutes to play but the visitors equalized on 89 minutes through Lucas Holer to earn a famous point off Bayern. The draw means that Bayern are now four points behind Dortmund and currently occupy third spot. For Freiburg, they move up into 10th, five points off a Europa League place.The highest scoring fixture in Germany was played at the Bayer Arena as home side-Bayer Leverkusen were humiliated 4-1 by Hoffenheim on Saturday. Arsenal loanee-Rese Nelson put the visitors in the lead with 19 minutes played but Karim Bellerabi equalized for Heiko Herrlich’s side 11 minutes later. Hoffenheim scored the last three goals of the game through Joelinton (x2) and Italian-Vincenzo Grifo to make it three victories in as many games.There were also victories for Frankfurt, Leipzig and Schalke over Stuttgart, Hartha Berlin and Hannover respectively in the Bundesliga over the weekend.All results in the German Bundesliga:-Stuttgart 0-3 Eintracht Frankfurt-Bayer Leverkusen 1-4 Hoffenheim-Bayern Munich 1-1 Freiburg-Augsburg v Nuremberg-Wolfsburg 0-1 Borussia Dortmund-Schalke 3-1 Hannover-Hertha Berlin 0-3 RB Leipzig-Borussia Moenchengladbach 3-0 Fortuna Dusseldorf-Mainz 2-1 Werder BremenAll results in the Spanish La Liga:-Leganes 1-1 Atletico Madrid-Real Madrid 2-0 Real Valladolid-Valencia 0-1 Girona-Rayo Vallecano 2-3 Barcelona-Eibar 2-1 Deportivo Alaves-Villarreal 1-1 Levante-Real Sociedad 0-0 Sevilla-Huesca 1-1 Getafe-Real Betis 3-3 Celta VigoAll results in the French Ligue One:-Paris Saint Germain 2-1 Lille Metropole-Olympique Lyon 1-1 Bordeaux-Caen 1-2 Rennes-Dijon 0-4 Nimes-Nice 1-0 Amiens-Reims 1-0 Monaco-Strasbourg 1-1 Toulouse-Nantes 5-0 Guingamp-Saint Etienne 4-3 Angers-Montpellier 3-0 Olympique MarseilleAll results in the Spanish la liga:-Napoli 5-1 Empoli-Inter Milan 5-0 Genoa-Firoentina 1-1 Roma-Juventus 3-1 Cagliari-Lazio 4-1 SPAL-Chievo 0-2 Sassoulo-Parma 0-0 Frosinone-Sampdoria 1-4 Toriono-Bologna 1-2 Atlanta-Udinese 0-1 AC MilanBET ON LEAGUES @Bunga BetComments Tags: European Footballtop