first_imgWESTERN BUREAU:WITH the prospect of re-signing homegrown striker Craig Foster waning, Roshane Sharpe chose a fine time to remind the Reno coaching staff and faithful of his abilities when he scored an 80th-minute equaliser to save FC Reno another heartbreaking loss to Boys’ Town on Sunday.Lennox Cargill had given the travelling Boys’ Town a 17th-minute lead, but with the clock running down, Sharpe scored his fourth goal this season to force a crucial result, as Reno were facing a third loss in five matches.”This is still very much a work in progress,” admitted Graham. “Yes, we recognise that we need to fix some things. It’s not that the team is not playing according to how we want them. Against Boys’ Town, we played very well, but again failed to score the necessary goals to win the match.”He added: “I think we are going to get there shortly, because if we don’t have a ready-made centre forward, we have to make one, and that is why a player such as Roshane Sharpe is very important. I was happy to see him finally score again yesterday (Sunday).”SEASONALSTRUGGLEReno’s struggles appear to be seasonal, and yet again, the lack of inspiration, particularly up front, has returned to hurt them. It appears it will not get any better – at least in the short term – as it doesn’t appear they will secure the signature of Foster, the league’s top scorer last season.Foster left the club in the off-season for the United Soccer League’s Harrisburg City Islanders, and after a promising start to their season, in which he netted five goals in three matches – including a hat-trick – the centre forward was sidelined with a leg injury.A return to his boyhood club was seen as a light at the end of the tunnel for the management of FC Reno, who are mired in ninth place in the League table with 24 points, five more than the respective 11th- and 12th-placed Tivoli Gardens and Rivoli United, both of which currently occupy the relegation places.”We heard from a good source that Craig Foster may not, after all, rejoin the club as he is due to leave the country shortly,” Graham said.”We were hoping to pin him down in a new deal, but I cannot say what has really happened, except that that may not be happening as we had planned.”last_img read more

first_imgTooro will be moving to a different venue for the fourth time this season (file photo)KAMPALA – Tooro United look far away from finding a home any time soon!For the third time this season, the Smart Obed financed side will have to move to another ground where they will host their next home game.At the start of the season, Tooro were hosting games at Kavumba, losing 2-1 against Kirinya JSS before making their first move, to another venue.They went to Fort Portal where they would host their League games at the Buhinga Grounds.While there, they played 11 League and two Uganda Cup games before they were forced to move again.Tooro United hosted 11 League games at Buhinga (file photo)Their next destination would be at the Betway Mutessa II Stadium at Wankulukuku, the home of Express FC.After one game there, the 1-0 win over Bul, the Wasswa Bbosa coached side is once again changing venues.As confirmed by Uganda Premier League manager, Paul Kabeikaru, Tooro will ‘host their next home game against Mbarara at Kavumba’.The reason behind the abrupt return to Kavumba is because Wankulukuku is currently booked with a trade Expo (CBS Pewosa) going on up-to 23rd April 2019.However, Tooro United FC is expected to return back to Wankulukuku for their final home game this season against URA FC.Kavumba is a familiar ground for Tooro United FC having used the stadium for the previous seasons as Soana FC before changing the name at the start of the season.Tooro United FC is currently sixth on the table with 39 points in 26 games.Comments Tags: kirinya jssmbarara city fcSmart ObedStarTimes Uganda Premier LeagueTooro unitedwasswa bbosalast_img read more

first_imgA meeting will take place tomorrow (Friday) in an attempt to find a solution to the right of way access issues at Castlegoland Beach in Portnoo.An action group was established this summer after an electric fence and barrier were placed at the traditional paths to the beach which run through the Narin and Portnoo Golf Club.Locals are campaigning to restore the paths which they say had been open for at least 100 years. Knather Acquisitions, who took over the golf links last year, said that the barriers were erected on health and safety grounds.Save Our Beach At Castlegoland campaigners had scheduled another protest walk this Saturday, but this event has been postponed pending a meeting between the golf club owner and Donegal County Council this Friday.It is understood that Donegal County Council representatives and local councillors will meet with Donegal-born businessman Liam McDevitt, owner of Knather Acquisitions and the golf club, to seek a solution to the current issues.The Save Our Beach group has agreed to cancel their protest this Saturday to avoid “escalating a delicate position” as they hope for an amicable agreement to be reached. Meeting arranged to find solution to beach access issue was last modified: August 29th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:castlegolandlast_img read more

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The road to National FFA Office is as high-stakes as one would imagine. OCJ FFA Reporter Meredith Oglesby sits down with Ohio’s National FFA Officer candidate, Kolesen McCoy to talk about his journey to National Office.last_img

first_imgA Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Tags:#Government#privacy#web chris cameron Related Posts First they helped prolong the existence of The Pirate Bay by donating bandwidth to its servers, and now Sweden’s Pirate Party – a political group focused on copyright and patent reform – has announced it has created a safe haven for Swedes seeking privacy online. The party isn’t just going to host The Pirate Bay’s bandwidth on government servers with Parliamentary immunity; it has launched a private, no-questions-asked internet service provider (ISP) for the pirate community. “We don’t agree with what they are saying and we don’t agree with the laws they are making so if they have an issue with us, then we will have an issue – but that’s it.”– Gustav NipeKnown as PirateISP, the service seeks to provide anonymity and privacy free of government monitoring to Internet users. PirateISP CEO Gustav Nipe told the website TorrentFreak today that the company has already run some beta tests of the service in the Swedish city of Lund. Pirate ISP plans to build a 5% share in the city before opening up shop in other locations at the end of the summer.PirateISP intends to keep its users’ identities completely private and will even refuse to keep data logs. When asked how the ISP would respond to threats or inquiries from agencies both foreign and domestic, Nipe’s response can be summed up as exuding a “bring it on” mentality. “We don’t agree with what they are saying and we don’t agree with the laws they are making so if they have an issue with us, then we will have an issue – but that’s it,” says Nipe. “It would be a pity to reveal all the tricks that we have, so we will save those for later. But we have ways to ensure that no customer should have to get a sad letter home from [the Swedish Anti-Piracy Bureau’s] Henrik Pontén.”It would seem that Scandinavia is at the forefront of radical Internet ideology. At the beginning of July, Finland – a country with very high broadband penetration – announced that access to at least a 1Mbps broadband connection is an inherent right of its citizens.Across the Gulf of Bothnia in Sweden, the Pirate Party is gaining momentum toward its reform wishes concerning free use of the Internet. PirateISP makes no effort to hide the fact that many of its customers will likely use the service to file share, but the company is confident it can defend itself from being shut down. The Swedish government isn’t so sure, and thus it seems an interesting standoff is in store. Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic…last_img read more