Tenorio says Ginebra can’t be satisfied with win over Magnolia

first_imgSlaughter more than ready to play bigger role for Ginebra Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Tenorio, however, could not deny that Ginebra’s will to win drove them to win, as he himself unloaded 15 points, eight assists, five rebounds, and five steals in the game.And for him, all the credit should go to Cone.“Coach Tim is pushing us everyday,” he said. “We weren’t solid on this game and we’re not expecting it right away, but we know that it’s a process. We have to get better every day, every practice.”“We’ll improve more. We’ll look at the videos and see our mistakes for us to get better, for us to be a playoff team, and a championship contender also. This is not an assessment na that Ginebra is a strong team even though we have injuries. This is not the barometer. We want to be solid like how we were in the championship and in the playoffs. You’ll see more that we’ll be disciplined and our game will be better.”ADVERTISEMENT Meralco ‘never the same’ after Almazan injury in PBA Finals OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson View comments Tenorio was one with coach Tim Cone as he feels that the game shouldn’t have been the Gin Kings’ for the lackluster showing they felt their team had at Philippine Arena.“We need to look at this win because the win hides all the lapses. When you win, you think you did all the right things, but on the other hand, it could also look like it was the opponent’s off-night,” he said.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkGinebra turned the ball over 18 times in the game, which led to 18 easy points for Magnolia.What worked to the Gin Kings’ favor, though, were the Hotshots firing blanks as the former’s defense limited the latter to just 36 percent shooting for the game. Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Brian Heruela arrival bolsters Phoenix backcourt, defense LATEST STORIES Scottie Thompson also worthy of Finals MVP, thinks Cone Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours 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 MOST READ OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Redemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie Thompson Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netBOCAUE — LA Tenorio warned Ginebra to not get too caught up on the moment, especially after the team’s 89-78 win over Magnolia to start the 2018 PBA Philippine Cup.“It’s a great start for the season, but we still need to do a lot of things and we can’t be satisfied. Yes, we won the game, but we need to improve on a lot as a team,” Tenorio said on Monday.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

Ministry of Justice Faces Court Contempt Charge

first_imgThe Civil Law Court on Friday, June 20, threatened to bring a contempt charge against senior staff members of the Ministry of Justice (MOJ), if they insist on not to turn over three vehicles to the court by today, Monday, June 23.The court decided to engage the prosecuting arm of government, the MOJ, after the Ministry of Finance, which had originally confiscated said vehicles, disregarded its order to turn the vehicles over.The vehicles in question, VIN#5TFUYSF11AX146505, VIN#KN8NU73C67U01510 and VIN#2FNDK3JCABA20110, are owned by George Slangar, a used car importer.An order from the Civil Law Court instructing the Ministry of Finance (MOF) to turn over three vehicles in its possession was ignored by the Ministry.The Court’s order, dated June 11, a copy of which is in the possession of the Daily Observer, instructed the Finance Ministry to deliver the vehicles to the Sheriff of the Court in keeping with the law, and to appear on Monday, June 16, at 10 a.m.Unfortunately, the Ministry did not appear before Judge Emery Paye last Monday, neither did it turn over the vehicles.The order partly read, “Respondents or defendants, MOF are hereby ordered to deliver the chattels, the subject of these proceedings to the sheriff of the Honorable Court as in keeping with the law.”It further reads,” The Sheriffs are commanded to summon the defendants to appear before the Court on the June 16, 2014, at the precise hour of 10 a.m. to answer to the complaint of Mr. George Slangar, a used car importer.”In their complaint to the Court, the lawyer representing Slangar alleged that they are owners of three vehicles (VIN#5TFUYSF11AX146505, VIN#KN8NU73C67U01510 and VIN#2FNDK3JCABA20110) imported from the United States of America (USA).They alleged that they have paid all government taxes as required by law, and have the right to take delivery of said vehicles from the Free Port of Monrovia.Unfortunately, the vehicles are presently at the Port under the custody of the Liberia National Police (LNP) in keeping with the Ministry of Finance’s communication dated January 17, 2014.Judge Paye has therefore decided to engage the MOJ, which is expected to in turn bring pressure to bear upon the Finance Ministry to release said vehicles.Instructions to the senior government officials, under the signature of Judge Emery Paye, ordered that the Acting Minister along with senior staff members, including the Director of the Liberia National Police (LNP), be made to appear before the Court today, at about 9:30 a.m.They are further instructed to show cause, if any, why they should not be held with contempt and punished for their failure to turn over the vehicles as ordered by the court.Judge Paye also ordered the MOJ to bring along the said vehicles.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Over Margibi 30 EVD Survivors Commit to Study

first_imgOver 30 Ebola survivors in Margibi County have committed themselves as volunteers for the PREVAIL Natural Ebola History Study that is ongoing at the JFK Medical Center.Speaking at a one-day social mobilization, community engagement and awareness training of communicators, mobilizers and project focal persons’ workshop conducted by the Liberia Crusaders for Peace (LCP) held in Margi County, LCP Administrator Yah Bryant said, the study is intended to help Ebola survivors by examining their many health problems.She said survivors that enroll in the study stand to benefit from free medical examination for any health complication they may face, and will be referred to appropriate medical care centers for treatment.Madam Bryant encouraged survivors to take up the challenge and encourage others to join the study.In an interview with several survivors, some explained their stories in tears.Lawrence Tumbey said, “I got infected on August 5, when I went to work at C. H. Rennie hospital and helped a man who was very sick.“On the 8th of that same month, I fell sick and was taken to an ETU while several people said I was going to die because I reported myself late to the center. I faced hell and lost all hope because 17 of my friends that got infected by the virus died right by me in the room.“I survived but I began to face serious problems with my stomach and now I think the Natural Ebola History Study will find solution for me.”Also telling her story was 57 year-old Jeneva Kennedy, (commonly called in Margibi Nation) who welcomed the PREVAIL study and promised to serve as a volunteer as well as encourage others to join the study.“I worked at C. H. Rennie Hospital as nurse and it was on the 20th of July last year, my colleagues at the hospital called me to carry on a delivery. I quickly rushed to the hospital and delivered a woman without using gloves and not knowing she was Ebola positive and after few days she was confirmed positive and died.“The last week of July I came down with all of the symptoms of Ebola and was sent to the ELWA ETU in Monrovia. So many people discouraged me from going, saying that I would die. But through the grace of God I survived the killer virus, while over 8 persons died in my presence,” Madam Kennedy explained.The Natural Ebola History Study is being carried out at the John F. Kennedy Medical Center, while Duport Road Health Center in Paynesville, C. H. Rennie Hospital in Kakata, Margibi County, and Redemption Hospital in New Kru Town will be opening soon to join the study.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Mother charged for killing 3-year-old

first_imgThe Guyana Police Force through its Public Relations Office said Brenda Ferreira who brutally stabbed her three-year-old son to death on Saturday last was charged with murder and as such, will be arraigned today.The 26-year-old suspect of Lot 585 15th Street, Foulis, East Coast Demerara (ECD), will make her court appearance at the Cove and John Magistrate’s Court as her son’s body is being prepared for burial.According to reports received, the lad is expected to be laid to rest today at the Enmore Burial Ground. A post-mortem examination performed on the body of theBrenda Ferreiralad’s body revealed that he died as a result of a stab wound to his heart.The lad of Lot 585 15th Street, Foulis, ECD, was stabbed to death by his 26-year-old pregnant mother on Saturday after she allegedly had a dream that she would die. She told Police that if that was the case, she did not want her favourite child to be left behind.The Police stated that on Saturday, the woman began pursuing the hapless lad in the yard with a knife in her hand.A few minutes later, ranks at the Enmore Police Outpost received a report that the child had been stabbed by his mother; and upon arriving at the scene, they found the child lying unconscious in a pool of blood with suspected stab wounds to his neck and back.He was rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries about three hours later. His elder brother, who witnessed the stabbing, is expected to receive the necessary counselling. He is presently staying with relatives.last_img read more

Fisherman drowns following boat explosion

first_imgA fisherman is now dead and a boat destroyed, following a mishap at Number 66 Village Corentyne, Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne) on Saturday.Dead is Bhairo Persaud, 42, of Lot 138 Number 55 Village, Corentyne, Berbice. His body was recovered from the Number 66 Canal on Saturday afternoon.Reports are Persaud, who was at the wharf, jumped overboard to assist the fishermen whose boat exploded.Dead: Bhairo PersaudReports are that at about 11:45h, five fishermen were preparing to go out to sea in SK 1202 when one of them lit a stove to start cooking. As he ignited the match, there was an explosion and the boat went up in flames.According to boat owner, Deonarine Harrypersaud, also called “Chona”, of Number 54 Village, Berbice, he was at the Number 66 Fishermen Co-op Complex as his workers were about to leave. He explained that he was called to the wharf and as he got closer, he noticed smoke.The fisherman, who owns five boats, said everyone assisted and began cutting ropes to allow the boat on flame to be pushed away from the wharf and the other boats. The burning boat also contained five 45-gallon drums of gasoline.As the boat was pushed further into the water by several persons risking their lives fully aware that at any moment the drums of gasoline could ignite and explode, an excavator operator working in the vicinity of the canal sprang into action and began digging mud and covering the gasoline drums. The swift action prevented any of the drums of gasoline from exploding. “We couldn’t take water to out the fire because of the gas. That Hymac man helps we a lot. The mud is what help we,” the boat owner said.The boat SK 1202 which explodedHarrypersaud said several boats were damaged, with losses estimated at $5 million for the boat and a further $330,000 in fuel.It is believed that one of the gas drums may have overflowed, allowing several gallons of gasoline to run into the boat, ignited by the fumes when the match was struck.According to reports, the men onboard plunged into the water and immediately began the operation of getting the boat away from the 30 other boats in the vicinity and also from the wharf.Meanwhile, Persaud went into the water to offer his assistance. “He was drunk so we beg he to come out of the water, because everything done, the fire already out, but he say that he want to help. The water was pulling very hard and he couldnt help himself and he go down.”Persaud had been the captain for a boat which was docked and had gone to the Fisherman’s Co-op for repairs.Speaking with this publication, the dead man’s wife, Bebi Frieda Aaron, said Persaud left home at about 06:00h. She told Guyana Times at about 12:00h, she received news about the incident at the Number 66 Co-op Complex.“When me come, dem ah look fuh am. But dem nah find am. So abee wait and a drunk man ah pass and he say me gon go an fine he. An the man go in the water and go right by the boat and hold he hand and bring he out the water an awe bathe am an carry he to the mortuary,” the 38-year-old widow said. The body was pulled from the water at about 14:00h.In tears, the mother of four said for the past seven trips at sea, her husband returned home without money.She explained that for several weeks she had no money and was hoping to see her husband in about a week. “The last time he go and spend 13 days and he come out last Thursday. Dem nah catch fish so he say he going look wan next boat.”Meanwhile, Harrypersaud said the destroyed boat had no insurance. “Most of the owners don’t take out insurance because you don’t get the kind of business. Sometimes you go out and come back without anything,” he added.last_img read more

Junior Hockey Championships off to a flying start

first_imgThe 5th Annual National Junior Hockey Championships, which are being hosted by the Guyana Hockey Board (GHB), got off to a scintillating start this week, with the usual suspects going above and beyond their competitors’ expectations.The tournament, which served off this week, will feature teams in Under-10, Under-13, Under-16 and Under-21 categories from clubs and schools.The Under-16 competition is being sponsored by Ansa McCal’s ‘Lyrix’ soft drink, while both Under-21 males and females will be sponsored by Noble House Seafoods.The National Gymnasium has been abuzz with activity since Wednesday evening, with intense competition on all levels.On the opening night, in the Under-16 Girls, the dominant GCC Bingo Spartans recorded their first win against GCC Her-ricanes: 3-0.The male side of the division saw GCC Pitbulls defeating Hikers 20 and Multi Rockets playing to a nil all draw with Toco. The category also featured the Joseph Warriors in a 2-2 draw with Saints.Moving on to the higher categories, The GCC Bingo Spartans registered a blistering 5-0 win over GCC Her-ricanes in the Under 21 female division.The Under-21 males saw Old Fort Top Form edging past Saints 2-1, whilst GCC Pitbulls settled for a 1-1 draw with Hikers.Thursday evening was also power-packed, with the fighting to the death to score much needed points.The Under-16 Girls saw Saints and Joseph Stars being pitted against each other in an encounter which went Saints’ way for a 1-0 win.The boys’ side of the coin featured Multi Rockets and the GCC Pitbulls locked in a highly defensive stalemate, which ended with both teams sharing the points. Saints got past Taco 3-1 whilst the highest scoring game saw Joseph Warriors barely edging pats Hikers in a 4-3 thriller.The lone female Under-21 match of the night saw Saints facing off with Old Fort Goal Chasers in a 2-0 matchup which Old Fort won.The male category featured Phoenix who suffered a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Hikers.As Friday evening approached, the competition intensified, with teams such as GCC Bingo Spartans stamping their authority.In the Under-16, the GCC Bingo Spartans ladies cruised to a 1-0 win over the Joseph Stars. The following ladies matchup saw Saints pummeling the GCC Her-ricanes 2-0.Playing to a draw, the first Under-16 boys’ match saw Toco and GCC Pitbulls trying to go one up each other, but eventually settled for their 2-2 draw. Later, on another draw in the category, was the result between Hikers and Saints.The female Under-21 category once again showcased the GCC Bingo Spartans, who played brilliantly for a 2-1 win over. Also in the Under-21 females, Old Fort demolished GCC Her-ricanes with a 4-0 beating.The men featured Hikers and Saints playing valiantly, but having to settle for shared points after their nil all draw. Additionally, Pitbulls vs Phoenix was the final encounter of the night. It resulted in Pitbulls going home as the happier team with 4-0 win.The finals of the competition are expected to go down today at the National Gymnasium on Mandela Avenue.last_img read more

Community Awards celebrates achievements of citizens

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — The Ninth Annual Community Awards Gala was filled with fun, laughter, and the incredible stories of citizens in the city.Hosted by Ted Sloan, the Gala recognized the city’s residents with awards for achievements in enriching the social landscape of Fort St. John in recreation, literacy, culture, and humanitarianism.In light of the rash of wildfires burning in the peace this week, Sloan acknowledged the stories of the community pulling together to help one another in a time of emergency.- Advertisement -“This week has been the week where we have prove that even though times can get tough up here we are still the best place in this country to live,” he said, to a round of applause from the audience.The first award of the night, for youth under who have worked hard to made the City a better place, went to Erica Thomas-Schulenberg. At just 14-years-old, she is an advocate for cerebral palsy and is committed to raising awareness of it. She has made great strides in introducing wheelchair basketball and making it more accessible in the community.“Because of her, Fort St. John is a safer, kinder, more inclusive place to live.”Advertisement Before the Mayor’s Citizen of the Year was announced, local cyclist-turned-author Pat Ferris spoke about his experiences moving to Fort St. John from Victoria, his helping hand in Blizzard Bicycle Club, and eventually writing a book about all of his experiences.“As soon as I got into town, started talking to people, I found people were as friendly and open as the skies,” he said.Fort St. John Mayor Lori Ackerman announced the winner of the Mayor’s Citizen of the Year Award — Sterling Middleton.The winner of the Mayor’s Citizen of the Year award is Sterling Middleton. #YXJ pic.twitter.com/Eo1CehdvCA— Montana (@montana_rc) April 22, 2016Advertisement The next award, the Humanitarian Award, went to the Evangel Chapel — accepted by Tony Warriner. The Evangel Chapel was recognized for putting on many free events year-long, and their accomplishments hosting engaging events in the downtown core.“Seemingly full of endless energy, they continue to welcome everyone in their building and celebrations — regardless of belief, social status, or membership.”Next, the recreation award, given to someone who makes a difference in the sports culture of the community, went to Paul Van Nostrand — for his efforts helping some of the hugest sports events to come to town take flight. His repertoire of work includes the B.C. Winter Games, the Allan Cup, and the U17 World Hockey Championships.“Paul can not only put a large army of volunteers together in a short amount of time, he can lead them exceptionally well.”Advertisement “Though he’s only been curling for a short amount of time, Sterling Middleton is making a big mark. Starting in Fort St. John, Sterling quickly jumped to the provincial competitive level, and then to the national level — representing Team B.C. in the Canada Winter Games. This was no easy task, but the nearly-monthly flights to Vancouver were worth it. After clenching a bronze medal, he was chosen to represent Canada in the Youth Olympics. After sweeping the round robin competition, Sterling and his teammates continue to be undefeated and eventually won the gold medal, defeating Team USA 10 to 4.It hasn’t been easy to travel the long distances from Northern B.C. to the rest of the world, but Sterling and his family have worked extremely hard to make it all happen, and they are extremely grateful for all the help they’ve received from the community.On a local angle, Sterling gives back to his community  by being part of the local curling community. He helps out with the junior program with the Fort St. John Curling Club, where he is never too busy to help someone out.Balancing school, life, and curling, Sterling is an inspiration to those who need it, and we’re very excited to see what the future holds for this talented, personable young man.”To see the rest of the nominees in the city, check out the City of Fort St. John’s website. Following an intermission with live performance from Twin Peaks, the winner of the Cultural Award was announced.On behalf of the North Peace Historical Society, President Evelyn Sim accepted the award. The 88-member Historical Society was recognized for their work preserving and celebrating history unique to the North Peace region.“Never one to shy away from a challenge, they also assist high-level researchers with their studies and help to answer any question about the Peace Region. They truly are an incredible group of volunteers.”The recipient of the Literacy Award was Jane Drew, who as awarded for her work with new Canadian families settling in their homes — becoming the go-to woman for many of these families when faced with new, unfamiliar, and potentially frightening situations.“She’s become a champion for multiculturalism in Fort St. John and seeks to break down borders.”Advertisementlast_img read more

‘Unprofessional’ Jack Grealish AXED from Aston Villa squad for Watford clash, confirms boss

first_img Jack Grealish Jack Grealish has been axed from Aston Villa’s squad for Saturday’s match against Watford as punishment for his off-field behaviour.The 20-year-old was pictured partying with friends last weekend following Villa’s 4-0 Premier League defeat to Everton at Goodison Park.Grealish, who has breached club discipline before, was ordered to train with the Under-21s by boss Remi Garde earlier this week.Now Garde has revealed that he will not consider the midfielder, who started against Everton, for selection this weekend.“He won’t be included in the squad for Watford,” said Garde.“(His actions) are not of the professional standard that I expect from my players. That is why Jack is training in the under-21 team.”Sometimes, players in every country ask to stay in the city where we are playing. It is not a problem for me, it can happen once or twice during a season.”The problem for me was not him not being on the bus.”He is not playing at the weekend and at this stage, I think that is enough.“Jack has got a lot of ability but he needs to improve his game and work at it.”Grealish was pictured earlier this year laid on his back in the street during a holiday in Tenerife, for which he was reprimanded by Villa.He has also been pictured partying in Marbella and seen inhaling nitrous oxide, known as laughing gas or ‘hippy crack’, from a balloon in a photograph taken last year. 1last_img read more

Jose Mourinho confirms injured stars will attend Europa League final

first_img Luke Shaw and Zlatan Ibrahimovic will travel to Stockholm Jose Mourinho has confirmed Manchester United’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic and his fellow injured team-mates will attend the Europa League final, but the Portuguese does not believe opponents Ajax should be there at all.Ibrahimovic’s season was ended in the second leg of the quarter-final win over Anderlecht last month when he sustained knee ligament damage which required surgery in the United States.It has robbed the 35-year-old Swede of a possible United swansong and the chance to write the perfect script in his homeland when United face his old club Ajax in Stockholm, though Mourinho has revealed Ibrahimovic will travel to Sweden to be at Wednesday’s game anyway.But Mourinho does not think the Dutch side should have ever been in the competition. Ajax started the season in the Champions League qualification rounds before a two-legged defeat to Russian side Rostov meant they dropped into the Europa League group stages, where United’s campaign also started.“They are a Champions League team; they come from the Champions League,” Mourinho said.“I always disagree with it, I think a team shouldn’t play two European competitions in the same season.“I think if a team goes to the Champions League and then doesn’t qualify, they should go home, they shouldn’t have the opportunity to play in the Europa League.“I think the Europa League competition is for teams that go to the Europa League in the beginning, like us.“We finished fifth (in last season’s Premier League), we went to the Europa League. We started in the Europa League from the beginning of the season and had to fight (to get) where we are.”Like United, Ajax have also played 14 games in this competition so will be able to sympathise with the gruelling route to Stockholm that Mourinho has often referenced.The Portuguese believes one thing such a schedule has done is foster a bond within his squad, which is why he is so keen for Ibrahimovic and fellow injured players Ashley Young, Luke Shaw and Marcos Rojo to be present.“Everyone goes,” Mourinho said of his travelling party.“We have a few on crutches but everyone goes. (We have a) fantastic group of players, fantastic spirit since the beginning of the season – a difficult run, lots of matches, we spent more time travelling, playing, in hotels, than at home.“Because 60-something (games) means 140 days in a hotel; half of the year we spent together and that is only possible when the spirit is amazing.“So everyone is going be there, crutches for Young, Shaw, Rojo, for Zlatan, but we all go together.” 1last_img read more


first_imgSHAY GIVEN could be set for a Premiership return.His current loan move to Middlesbrough expires in a fortnight – with Swansea showing an interest in taking him to Wales.The club’s goalkeeper Michael Vorm is on the long term injury list and club manager Michael Laudrup wants Given to join the club in the January transfer window. Given is still registered with Aston Villa.Meanwhile Aiden McGeady is quitting Moscow with both Newcastle United and Everton keen to take him to the Premiership when the transfer window opens. GIVEN AND McGEADY SET FOR PREMIERSHIP was last modified: December 12th, 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:GIVEN AND McGEADY SET FOR PREMIERSHIPlast_img read more