O’Brien under pressure

first_imgPhoto © Pixabay Fergal O’Brien has it all to do if he’s to seal a place in the World Snooker Championships.He resumes his third qualifying round tie 6-3 down on world number 20 David Gilbert.It’s the first to ten frames that will progress in Sheffield.last_img

WPB Police Chief Frank Aderly on local protests and curfew

first_imgThe mayor of West Palm Beach Keith James last night placed a 72 hour nighttime curfew on the city as protesters took to the streets along Clematis, Rosemary Square, Palm Beach Lakes even shutting down I-95 for a few hours last night between Palm Beach Lakes and Southern.https://www.850wftl.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Aderly.mp3That’s West Palm Beach police Chief Frank Aderly who spoke to our urban station X102.3. He had his hands full last night as protesters attempted to loot the Palm Beach Outlets, Best Buy and nearby Target. Shots were fired at windows of businesses in the Outlets shattering glass. Glass was broken at the Target across the street and the store looted. There have been no injuries reported.https://www.850wftl.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/WPB-Police-Chief-Frank-Aderly.mp3Shots were fired outside Palm Beach Outlets, several stores were damaged and Geek Squad van was set on fire in Best Buy parking lot and; other businesses ransacked.{Aderly 2}Some protesters also made their way across the bridge to Palm Beach where they were met by a heavy police presence.last_img read more

England storm to impressive Under 16 victory against Wales

first_img22 Sep 2019 England storm to impressive Under 16 victory against Wales JACK INGHAM led the way with a clean sweep of points as England claimed the scalp of Wales in this weekend’s Under 16 challenge match.Ingham – who is based in the Dutch city of Eindhoven – won a foursomes and his two singles matches as England claimed a resounding 13-7 victory after two days of competition at Newport GC.England won all three sessions – the 5-3 victory in the Sunday singles following up 5.5-2.5 success in the Saturday singles and a 2.5-1.5 win in the foursomes.Although, Ingham blazed a trail with a 100% points tally, every single member of the side contributed at least a point to highlight a real team effort over the weekend.Hertfordshire’s Jack Bigham and Dubai-based Josh Hill also ended the weekend undefeated with 2.5 points apiece.With the team – coached and managed by Rob Watts and Stephen Burnett – needing just two and a half points from the eight singles matches to secure the victory, Reis Suart put the first on the board with a thumping 7&6 win against Coalan Burford.Ingham’s 4&3 win against Dylan Thomas took England to the brink of victory – none of his three games over the weekend going beyond the 15th hole.Bigham guaranteed the win beating Connor Owen by one hole and the icing on the cake was provided when there were further singles successes for Hill and Hugh Adams.England’s next test at this age level will be a combined girls/boys event against Ireland on October 12-13 at Hunstanton GC.last_img read more