Fab foodie fact file interview

first_img#SaucySoul: Room 58 – ‘Hate To See You Leave’ Facebook NewsLocal NewsFab foodie fact file interviewBy Staff Reporter – March 13, 2014 607 [email protected] Limerick Print #HearThis: New music and video from Limerick rapper Strange Boy WhatsApp Celebrating a ground breaking year in music from Limerick Emma Langford shortlisted for RTE Folk Award and playing a LIVE SHOW!!! this Saturday RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORcenter_img Previous articleLimerick GAA Medal Presentation NightNext articleCouncils accused of using ‘slave labour’ Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Twitter Andrew CareySign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up [email protected]’s fast food at its best – the 140 character fab foodie fact file interview.This week, to kick off the series where we ask ten questions and give the respondents 140 characters to work with, Italian Foodie – Lorraine Fanneran.01 – What are you doing right now (other than reading or answering these questions)Writing an article about what Mother’s Day means to me, what I should be doing is cleaning my house…02 – Is eating out, in general, too expensive?It is but being in the industry I understand why prices are so high, it’s a very tough industry with lots of red tape…03 – What is your desert island wish dish?Spaghetti Alio Olio e Pepperoncino, one of the simplest dishes to make. Himself knows he is always forgiven if this is made for dinner…04 – Are we obsessed with food, it’s origin, it’s price, what its benefits are or are not….etc?As a country I would say no, there are a few that are but in general we don’t really care. Food is seen as fuel by most…05 – Has Italian food surpassed or usurped the French style of cooking?I think Italian food is probably more assessable than French food as it is considered easier to make using very simple ingredients. Take a simple pasta with tomato sauce, even the most novice cook can make it and there is nothing simpler and nothing tastier…06 – Why are there so few female chefs behind the burners in restaurant kitchens?To be honest I don’t know, in Italy in all the family restaurants it’s always the Mamma who is in the kitchen.07 – Can chef owners really run two or more premises?If you can delegate and trust your team yes it is possible but it’s very hard when you are cooking at a high standard using all fresh ingredients and nothing pre-prepared bought in, that’s probably why most don’t including ourselves.08 – Irish school lunches, are they good bad or same as the UK?They’re terrible, I put my hand up to this one. It’s very hard to be inventive with a packed lunch and there’s only so many ham sandwiches you can eat. In the UK at least they get a hot meal at lunch.09 – If you food was not your forte, what would you be doing instead?Married to a millionaire lying on a beach in the Seychells10 – What is your guilty pleasure – it’s OK, we wont tell?A Big Mac after a bold night out which is very rare these days with 2 smallies Advertisement Linkedin Pigtown Culture & Food Series is back Email Watch the streamed gig for Fergal Nash album launchlast_img read more

Eaves’ defense has another lapse as unit again allows 5 goals

first_imgThe Wisconsin hockey team’s continuing inability to keep the puck out of the net cost them a chance at their first win this weekend.While the Badgers held rival Minnesota to a respectable two goals Friday night, UW failed to maintain its defensive composure Saturday night, letting in five goals en route to a 5-2 loss.It marked the fifth time in six games the UW defense has allowed five or more goals.“Too many goals against,” head coach Mike Eaves said of his team’s season. “You take a look — five again tonight — and it’s a combination of goaltending, a combination of defensemen and the forwards not doing their part or needing to do a better job.”The Gophers scored in a variety of ways, creating goals off the power play, rebounds and a nifty backhand from junior Ryan Stoa. The Badgers, however, believe the problem stems from one aspect of their game: turnovers.“I think it starts with turnovers,” Geoffrion said. “I think that is killing us right now. … We really need to stop turning the puck over; that is the biggest thing to correct right now.”Though UW lost the game Saturday night, Eaves was unwilling to pin the defeat on his defense.“We definitely played better than we did last night,” Eaves said. “We showed our competitiveness right through 60 minutes.”If the defensive struggles were not as severe, Wisconsin — which averages three goals per game on offense for the season — likely would not be winless through six games. Despite little support from their blue liners, however, the Badger forwards are unwilling to blame the team’s struggles on any one facet of the game.“When you are giving up five [goals] you have to score six,” senior Tom Gorowsky said. “It doesn’t really work that way. … We are not getting outplayed, but we are getting out-chanced in certain aspects. They are coming down and capitalizing on opportunities. We need to tighten things up that way.”UW hopes the growing pains suffered now will pay dividends later in the season. The Badgers utilize six underclassmen among their top seven defensemen — three of whom are first round picks in the NHL — and Eaves believes their talent will eventually overcome the lapses in play.“We are going through some tough times right now,” Eaves said. “But from toughness comes character, and the character is what’s going to help us at the end of the year. We will stay on top of the ball in controlling what we can.”The team is taking a back-to-basics approach to right the ship. In a players-only meeting, Geoffrion stressed the importance of hard work.“We need to get back to working hard and getting in the weight room,” captain Blake Geoffrion said. “We need to be lifting, skating hard in practice and try and get our first win.”Although failing to record a win in the first six games would be hard on anyone’s psyche, the Badgers have not yet hit the panic button. Instead, the team hopes to learn from the experience and improve for next game.“For this team to be successful we have to start with the heart,” Geoffrion said. “We always refer to it as Wisco-heart. That is where we have to start. The skill-guys can use their skills after we win the battles if we are to be successful. But we have to start with that first and build from there.”last_img read more

‘Serena-tard’ debuts at Australian Open

first_imgOSG petition a ‘clear sign’ of gov’t bid to block ABS-CBN franchise renewal — solon She said she still lived in fear of the condition returning and wore compression tights to help stop clots forming.“(I’m) definitely still concerned. I have had some issues and they’re not done. So it’s just something I just have to do for pretty much probably the rest of my career,” she said.“But I’m always at the doctor. With DVTs, it’s very scary. I know a lot of people — they’re very common. A lot of people have them. Especially for me it’s incredibly frightening.”Williams is renowned for her on-court outfits, including a body-hugging black catsuit at last year’s French Open that caused controversy when organizers said she would not be able to wear it this year.ADVERTISEMENT Steaming fissures on Taal Volcano Island spotted MOST READ Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? 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 View comments United States’ Serena Williams hits a forehand return to Germany’s Tatjana Maria during their first round match at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, Australia, Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)Serena Williams unveiled her latest fashion statement at the Australian Open on Tuesday, and helpfully ended any confusion about what to call the striking garment.Some suggested it was a onesie, others said it resembled a romper suit, but for the item’s famous creator there could be only one name.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Nextcenter_img LATEST STORIES End of ‘Spiderman dunk’ as PBA deems ‘monkey ride’ unsportsmanlike Sons Of Apollo releases new studio album ‘MMXX’ “It’s a Serena-tard,” Williams told reporters when quizzed about her latest look.Made of jade-green lycra with a black-and-white waistband, the skin-tight outfit looks like a pair of disco-era hotpants attached to a builder’s singlet.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets‍‍‍ offers from Asia, Australian ball clubsWilliams matched it with fishnet stockings, which she explained were a health measure designed to avoid deep-vein thrombosis (DVT).Williams almost died in 2017 when blood clots formed in her lungs after she gave birth to her first child, daughter Olympia. MRT-3 files raps vs engineer who brought ammunition to station Benefits of township living LOOK: LJ Reyes, Paolo Contis celebrate 1st birthday of baby Summer Duterte lambasts Catholic Church anew in curse-laden speech before Filipino Baptistslast_img read more

Warriors-Knicks cheatsheet: New York’s young core looking to push the champs

first_imgThe young Knicks enter the Bay Area with hopes their young core can disrupt the inconsistent Warriors.Here’s everything you need to know about the matchup.When/Where: Oracle Arena, 7:30 p.m. (NBCSBA)Knicks projected starters: Luke Kornet, Noah Vonleh, Kevin Knox, Emmanuel Mudiay, Tim Hardaway Jr. Knicks stock report:New York has been abysmal this season. Entering Tuesday, the Knicks have lost 17 of their last 10 games. With first-year coach David Fizdale and a roster that’s …last_img

Hoopa hops on Eureka, Crusaders cruise

first_imgThe Humboldt-Del Norte League’s leading scorer through this point in the season, George Navarro, put on another show for the Hoopa Valley faithful Saturday night, scoring 35 points in a 86-64 win over the visiting Eureka Loggers.Saturday’s win was the second over a Big 5 Conference opponent for Hoopa (excluding an exhibition game win over McKinleyville before the preseason, which unofficially makes three), this season and was the Warriors’ fifth straight win overall. Hoopa (3-0, 16-6) …last_img read more

Raiders camp return just another scene in Antonio Brown’s contrived melodrama

first_imgNAPA — Antonio Brown’s representatives wanted everyone to know that their client, amid not one, but two bizarre sagas that are keeping him off the field, would be back at Raiders training camp Tuesday.And sure enough, as practice wound down Brown walked out onto the sidelines of the practice field.Flanked by cameras, of course.The wide receiver also had his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, in tow, because he too has never seen a camera he doesn’t like. And while Brown didn’t seem all that chatty …last_img read more

Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour – Eastern Leg – Day 2

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Update:Final Indiana numbers are in from the eastern leg of the 2019 Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour. Indiana’s average estimated corn yield was 161.46 bushels per acre, down 11 percent from last year. Soybeans numbered 923.94 pods in a 3×3 foot square, off 29 percent year over year.Day two of the Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour sees Ohio Ag Net’s Joel Penhorwood leaving Noblesville, IN and heading north before his particular route takes their vehicle west. They’ll end the day in mid-Illinois, recapping the day by getting final results from Indiana. Keep in mind the updates below are just from one route’s stops and may not necessarily be representative of the entire tour’s findings. Check back here at the end of Tuesday for full results.Stop 16 – Livingston County, ILCorn: Milk stage corn with a lot of potential, if things go right. Quite a bit of variability. In the three samples taken by scouts, kernels around were 12, 16, and 20. Is there more 20 in this field? Or 12? A major difference. 163 bpa from our sample.Soybeans: Another very disappointing field. Small beans, not canopied, and just rough. Pod count was low.PFTour19_Day2_Stop16_IMG_4004PFTour19_Day2_Stop16_IMG_4005PFTour19_Day2_Stop16_IMG_4006PFTour19_Day2_Stop16_IMG_4003PFTour19_Day2_Stop16_IMG_4004PFTour19_Day2_Stop16_IMG_4005PFTour19_Day2_Stop16_IMG_4006PFTour19_Day2_Stop16_IMG_4003PFTour19_Day2_Stop16_IMG_4004PFTour19_Day2_Stop16_IMG_4005Stop 15 – Livingston County, ILCorn: Black dirt, black dirt, black dirt. Some spotty population on an otherwise good looking field. Just slightly yellowing towards the root. Decent ears, but nothing to get excited about. 178 bpa.Soybeans: Very small and far behind. Has yet to canopy and just doesn’t look good. Just 624 pods in a 3×3’ square. Herbicide damage very likely.PFTour19_Day2_Stop15_IMG_3999PFTour19_Day2_Stop15_IMG_4001PFTour19_Day2_Stop15_IMG_4002PFTour19_Day2_Stop15_IMG_3997PFTour19_Day2_Stop15_IMG_3999PFTour19_Day2_Stop15_IMG_4001PFTour19_Day2_Stop15_IMG_4002PFTour19_Day2_Stop15_IMG_3997PFTour19_Day2_Stop15_IMG_3999PFTour19_Day2_Stop15_IMG_4001Stop 14 – Ford County, ILCorn: Some ear worm in two of the three sampled ears. Now getting into that beautiful black soil over this way. Starting to fire up, but shows hopefully what fields should be trending towards overall. 201.2 bpa corn.Soybeans: A great big beautiful field with, as we’ve been seeing on most of the trip, great weed and insect control. 1,630 pods in a 3×3’ square. The scouts were impressed.PFTour19_Day2_Stop14_IMG_3994PFTour19_Day2_Stop14_IMG_3995PFTour19_Day2_Stop14_IMG_3996PFTour19_Day2_Stop14_IMG_3991PFTour19_Day2_Stop14_IMG_3992PFTour19_Day2_Stop14_IMG_3993PFTour19_Day2_Stop14_IMG_3994PFTour19_Day2_Stop14_IMG_3995PFTour19_Day2_Stop14_IMG_3996PFTour19_Day2_Stop14_IMG_3991PFTour19_Day2_Stop14_IMG_3992PFTour19_Day2_Stop14_IMG_3993Stop 13 – Iroquois County, ILCorn: Very far behind in maturity. These had just pollinated and the trend of Indiana’s crop getting more mature further west doesn’t seem to be holding true across state lines. 102 bpa corn.Soybeans: Parts of this field further out were starting to yellow, perhaps a bit soon. Could be a spot of SDS or nutrient damage.PFTour19_Day2_Stop13_IMG_3988PFTour19_Day2_Stop13_IMG_3989PFTour19_Day2_Stop13_IMG_3990PFTour19_Day2_Stop13_IMG_3987PFTour19_Day2_Stop13_IMG_3988PFTour19_Day2_Stop13_IMG_3989PFTour19_Day2_Stop13_IMG_3990PFTour19_Day2_Stop13_IMG_3987PFTour19_Day2_Stop13_IMG_3988PFTour19_Day2_Stop13_IMG_3989Stop 12 – Kankakee County, ILCorn: We’re back into the blister corn now as we take our first field of Illinois. From the road, quite a few of these fields aren’t as good as I had thought for the second I state away from Ohio. But the Illinois part of the tour is still young. 121.5 bushel per acre field with low ear count.Soybeans: This is a mature crop, but still setting pods. No disease, very clean, good field.PFTour19_Day2_Stop12_IMG_3983PFTour19_Day2_Stop12_IMG_3984PFTour19_Day2_Stop12_IMG_3985PFTour19_Day2_Stop12_IMG_3982PFTour19_Day2_Stop12_IMG_3983PFTour19_Day2_Stop12_IMG_3984PFTour19_Day2_Stop12_IMG_3985PFTour19_Day2_Stop12_IMG_3982PFTour19_Day2_Stop12_IMG_3983PFTour19_Day2_Stop12_IMG_3984Stop 11 – Newton County, INCorn: The final corn field in Indiana had major tip back, but was good on most other factors. 168.3 bpa.Soybeans: This was an irrigated field, but something had happened that has caused nearly zero pods on these beans. Not good.PFTour19_Day2_Stop11_IMG_3977PFTour19_Day2_Stop11_IMG_3978PFTour19_Day2_Stop11_IMG_3977PFTour19_Day2_Stop11_IMG_3978PFTour19_Day2_Stop11_IMG_3977PFTour19_Day2_Stop11_IMG_3978Stop 10 – Jasper County, INCorn: Full dough ears, starting to dent. This field wasn’t the healthiest we had seen, but population was strong. Tip back was strong throughout. The further west we go, the further along we are in maturity fairly consistently. 177 bpa corn.Soybeans: Record amount on this side of the tour so far for this vehicle. 1,872 pods in a 3×3’ square. Beautiful soil. This was the last stop before rain started coming down and wind began picking up.PFTour19_Day2_Stop10_IMG_3974PFTour19_Day2_Stop10_IMG_3975PFTour19_Day2_Stop10_IMG_3976PFTour19_Day2_Stop10_IMG_3970PFTour19_Day2_Stop10_IMG_3971PFTour19_Day2_Stop10_IMG_3973PFTour19_Day2_Stop10_IMG_3974PFTour19_Day2_Stop10_IMG_3975PFTour19_Day2_Stop10_IMG_3976PFTour19_Day2_Stop10_IMG_3970PFTour19_Day2_Stop10_IMG_3971PFTour19_Day2_Stop10_IMG_3973Stop 9 – Porter County, INCorn: 164 bpa estimate here. A pretty rough field as far as health. Definitely nitrogen deficient and that has hurt yield. This corn is almost in dent.Soybeans: Probably the prettiest soybean field we have seen with nice edges and great rows. Very clean and low pressure on the insect and disease side. Not enough though as it came at 924 pods in a 3×3’ square.PFTour19_Day2_Stop9_IMG_3966PFTour19_Day2_Stop9_IMG_3968PFTour19_Day2_Stop9_IMG_3969PFTour19_Day2_Stop9_IMG_3965PFTour19_Day2_Stop9_IMG_3966PFTour19_Day2_Stop9_IMG_3968PFTour19_Day2_Stop9_IMG_3969PFTour19_Day2_Stop9_IMG_3965PFTour19_Day2_Stop9_IMG_3966PFTour19_Day2_Stop9_IMG_3968Stop 8 – LaPorte County, INCorn: A fair amount of disease, but plant count was good. Plenty of very small ears that didn’t make it in the count. 188.25 bpa estimate here.Soybeans: Nice looking field of beans that had plenty of pods with good fill. 1,641 pods in a 3×3’ square let this field boost to the top for the day.PFTour19_Day2_Stop8_IMG_3962PFTour19_Day2_Stop8_IMG_3963PFTour19_Day2_Stop8_IMG_3964PFTour19_Day2_Stop8_IMG_3961PFTour19_Day2_Stop8_IMG_3962PFTour19_Day2_Stop8_IMG_3963PFTour19_Day2_Stop8_IMG_3964PFTour19_Day2_Stop8_IMG_3961PFTour19_Day2_Stop8_IMG_3962PFTour19_Day2_Stop8_IMG_3963Stop 7 – Starke County, INCorn: Quite a bit of weed pressure in this field, along with bird and deer damage. Population lowered a bit as a result. Also some ear worm present, more so than other fields. 158.5 bpa estimate here.Soybeans: Definitely mot the worst beans we’ve seen, but also not quite the best. A bit of insect pressure, plus these beans have put a lot of effort into getting tall (36”) than compared to others. 1,534 pods in a 3×3’ square.PFTour19_Day2_Stop7_IMG_3957PFTour19_Day2_Stop7_IMG_3958PFTour19_Day2_Stop7_IMG_3959PFTour19_Day2_Stop7_IMG_3955PFTour19_Day2_Stop7_IMG_3956PFTour19_Day2_Stop7_IMG_3957PFTour19_Day2_Stop7_IMG_3958PFTour19_Day2_Stop7_IMG_3959PFTour19_Day2_Stop7_IMG_3955PFTour19_Day2_Stop7_IMG_3956PFTour19_Day2_Stop7_IMG_3957Stop 6 – Marshall County, INCorn: A fairly heavily diseased field with plenty of disease above and below the leaf ear. Corn smut continues to be apparent. Overall unhealthy, though ear size seemed to be fairly strong. 166.6 bpa estimate.Soybeans: A less than stellar field that just looks like it’s lacking nutrients in sandy soil ground. Volunteer corn as well.Stop 5 – Marshall County, IN Corn: Farther along than most we’ve seen that had some monster ears. Population was questionable. 172.6 bpa estimate. Spotty throughout and plenty of strange things in the field, including smut, tassel ear, and more.Soybeans: This field had a crazy amount of pods coming in at 1,578 in a 3×3’ square. Second best of the day at the time of the scouting. The field did have an irrigation pivot in it, though these beans weren’t directly under its fire.Stop 4 – Kosciusko County, INCorn: This field looked bad from the outside looking in, but we ended up in an area with fairly good population and ear fill. Some tip back will be had in this field, and there is some question as to if things will make it to maturity. These ears are in late milk stage, early dough. The rough yield estimate was 151.37 bpa.Soybeans: Spotty population here. It looks like the farmer had some trouble with water and planting earlier in the year. We basically counted potential. Things were very immature and still blooming. Overall healthy, but very late. Bean count came in at 1,140 pods in a 3×3’ square.Stop 3 – Whitley County, INCorn: The farthest along corn we’ve seen with great ears in the dough stage to back it up. 192 bpa. It is starting to exhibit more disease pressure than others we’ve seen, a sign of the fields maturity to this point.Soybeans: A whopping 1,638 pods in a 3×3’ square brings this stretch to a good number. The beans were special from the road, but really stood out in both their plant population as well as number of pods (and good pods) per plant.Stop 2 – Huntington County, IN Corn: A number of double-eared stalks in this field, and surprisingly they are sharing well with their neighbor ears. This field is nearing dough stage and looks to end up nicely. 147 bpa average, which was a bit surprising, but ears only had 12-14 kernels around sampled ears.Soybeans: A bushy field, though plant population appeared to be down. No disease or insect pressure to be seen. Flat pods and generally immature. 792 pods in a 3×3’ square.Stop 1 – Huntington County, INCorn: This was a good looking field of corn, but there were some drowned out spots as we walked in the field. This corn has great potential, but it is very immature. It has just gotten into blister stage. Estimated 140.5 bpa for the first stop of day two.Soybeans: Sudden Death Syndrome starting to show on these beans. Short! 686 pods in a 3×3’ area.last_img read more

Stern calls for NBA changes of marijuana rules

first_imgMOST READ Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Read Next QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort Paranaque cemetery bust: Marijuana seized from minor PLAY LIST 02:11Paranaque cemetery bust: Marijuana seized from minor00:50Trending Articles01:48NBA: Kawhi, George seek more for Clippers than beating Lakers01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games LATEST STORIES CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA Kin of Misamis Oriental hero cop to get death benefits, award — PNP Nets overcome James’ triple-double, beat Cavaliers Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 In this Oct. 23, 2013, file photo, NBA Commissioner David Stern smiles during a news conference after an NBA board of governors meeting in New York. The recently retired Stern was elected Friday, Feb. 14, 2014, to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and will be enshrined with the class of 2014. APNEW YORK — Former NBA Commissioner David Stern believes medicinal marijuana use should be allowed, but the league says it won’t allow players to use it for recreational use.Stern was interviewed by ex-NBA player Al Harrington for the website Uninterrupted’s documentary “Concept of Cannabis.” Stern said he thought there was “universal agreement that marijuana for medical purposes should be completely legal.”ADVERTISEMENT Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH View comments Adam Silver, who replaced Stern as commissioner in 2014, has said he is interested in studying more about the safety of medicinal marijuana. But Stern, who spent 30 years as commissioner, seemed ready to go a step further in his interview.“I think we have to change the Collective Bargaining Agreement and let you do what is legal in your state,” he said. “If marijuana is now in the process of being legalized, I think you should be allowed to do what’s legal in your state.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutMarijuana is listed as a prohibited substance on the league’s anti-drug program, and players can be fined or suspended for multiple positive tests.“While Commissioner Silver has said that we are interested in better understanding the safety and efficacy of medical marijuana, our position remains unchanged regarding the use by current NBA players of marijuana for recreational purposes,” NBA spokesman Mike Bass said.last_img read more

No. 1 draft pick Fultz out 2 to 3 more weeks for 76ers

first_imgCPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA The No. 1 overall pick in the 2017 draft will continue with physiotherapy as he returns from his soreness and scapular muscle imbalance.Fultz has played only four games this season. He is shooting 33 percent, 50 percent from the free-throw line and has not attempted a 3-point shot all season, all as a reserve.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Markelle Fultz. APPHILADELPHIA — Philadelphia 76ers guard Markelle Fultz will miss another two to three weeks as he recovers from soreness in his right shoulder.The Sixers said Fultz’s return to action will be determined by how the shoulder responds to progressive basketball training and practices in the interim.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES Trump says he should have left UCLA players in Chinese jail View comments Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort MOST READ Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Kris Aquino ‘pretty chill about becoming irrelevant’ Read Next Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillionlast_img read more

Arsenals Ainsley MaitlandNiles out for up to 2 months

first_imgArsenal have announced that Ainsley Maitland-Niles will be out of action for the next six to eight weeks with a fractured legThe 20-year-old sustained the injury during the 2-0 home defeat to Premier League champions Manchester City in the club’s opening game of the new season.Maitland-Niles was deputising for both Sead Kolasinac and Nacho Monreal in the left-back position during the game.“Ainsley has sustained a small fracture to his left fibula and will be out for six to eight weeks,” read a statement.Tammy Abraham, ChelseaChelsea hat-trick hero Tammy Abraham hopes for more Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Tammy Abraham hopes this season will be his big breakthrough at Chelsea after firing his first hat-trick for the club in Saturday’s 5-2 win at Wolves.Full-back Carl Jenkinson will also be out for two months after spraining his right ankle.Meanwhile, Kolasinac is expected to report back for training in October.Captain Laurent Koscielny, who suffered a season-ending Achilles tendon injury in April’s Europa League semi-final clash with Atletico Madrid, still has another two left before he can return to training.But on the bright side, both Monreal and Danny Welbeck are expected to feature in Arsenal’s away trip to London rivals Chelsea on Saturday.last_img read more