2 murder try suspects fall

first_imgThe suspects were detained in the lockupfacility of the San Carlos City police station./PN Residents Rodello Saquilabon, 39, andCharlie Tatchado, 28, were caught on the strength on an arrest warrant around11:30 a.m. on April 15, a police report showed. BACOLOD City – The court recommended aP200,000 bail bond each for the temporary liberty of two   frustrated murder suspects caught in BarangayGuadalupe, San Carlos City, Negros Occidental.center_img Police officers served the warrantissued by Judge Amy Avellano of the Regional Trial Court Branch 57 in SanCarlos City dated April 7, 2020.last_img read more


Harry celebrates Hoops birthday win

first_imgQPR manager Harry Redknapp got the perfect birthday present as the Premier League’s bottom-placed side took three points from his former club Southampton in a 2-1 victory. Victory was the ideal tonic for Redknapp after waking up on his 66th birthday to damning reports of ill-discipline on a recent Dubai training camp. Rather than throw the strugglers off track, though, QPR performed admirably on the south coast and opened the scoring after just 14 minutes through Loic Remy. Saints looked shell-shocked having started the brighter and were somewhat fortunate to go in at the break level, with Gaston Ramirez following up a Julio Cesar fumble. Before Park Ji-sung sent a low cross from the right and Jay Bothroyd slotted home the winner. Press Associationcenter_img It took just 13 seconds for Adam Lallana, making his first home start in almost three months, to send over a cross which Christopher Samba was forced to put out for a corner. Jack Cork and Lallana put audacious long efforts wide as Saints continued to press for an opener, which almost came after 12 minutes. Rickie Lambert headed back across goal but neither Lallana nor former QPR winger Jason Puncheon were able to get a telling touch. Junior Hoilett then sent a fine through ball over to Remy, who burst through to strike past Artur Boruc. Nathaniel Clyne did well to deny Remy going through again, before the returning striker tested Boruc with a low strike. While QPR were still threatening, Saints had a new spark and, after seeing a shot deflect behind, Ramirez drew parity. Jay Rodriguez, on for Lallana, struck an audacious effort that bounced off Cesar into the path of Ramirez who dinked home nonchalantly. And whatever Pochettino said at the break seemed to work as the home side flew out of the blocks in the second half. Fox, Fonte and Lambert all had attempts, before Rodriguez’s curling effort from the edge of the box went inches over. Cesar was hurt in a collision with Rodriguez as he punched away a threatening Cork cross. Robert Green soon replaced the injured Brazilian, but not until after Hoilett threatened at the other end. Saints were still on top but they were again caught napping as Park sent over a low cross for Bothroyd to rifle home with 13 minutes remaining. Green did fantastically to deny a goalbound Maya Yoshida header as the hosts upped the ante but they could not find a way past the Hoops’ resilient backline. last_img read more


AFA Sports Partners International Model, Ololade Ibrahim

first_imgAccording to the Chief Executive Officer of Afa Sports, Ugo Udezue, the company is excited to work with Olalade Ibrahim whose Nigerian background not only confirms the abundance of talent herein, but consolidates the brand’s mission to project the originality, creativity and uniqueness of the African culture to the rest of the world.“We are excited to work with Ololade. Her pedigree in the fashion industry speaks for itself and her roots bring originality to our concepts,” he said.Speaking on this recent milestone, Ms. Ibrahim expressed happiness at the opportunity to be a part of a solely indigenous outfit, noting that she could not be prouder to showcase to the world clothing that represents her African roots.Her words, “Afa Sports has done Nigeria proud and I am happy to be a part of this great achievement. I have been on the international scene but doing this for my own indigenous brand attaches a sense of belonging to it”She added also that she is especially impressed by the fact that the apparel caters to the form and feel of the African climate with a look that is all style and comfort.“Their collections and designs are comfortable and eco-friendly. It is everyone’s brand with everything from stylish jackets to casual fixtures. Being a part of this coming from a country where I was born and raised is huge.”Afa Sports is an indigenous brand vested in the design, production, marketing and sales of athleisure outfits as well as sneakers.The company has been keenly promoting the African culture through all its products as it believes that Africa has the potential to counterbalance other continents in every ramification.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Nigeria’s foremost sportswear brand, Afa Sports, recently concluded its partnership deal with international model, Ololade Ibrahim.Afa Sports is the official sportswear of Tokyo Olympic-bound Nigeria’s male and female basketball teams.This development adds to the portfolio of the 23-year-old Nigerian born model, who has modelled for universal fashion brands including Armani, Off-White, Nike, Thom Browne, Each Other, Yves Saint Laurent Beauty and many more. She has also been on the runway for Adidas, Victoria Beckham, Bulgari, Sergio Rossi, London Fashion Week, Milan Fashion Week, Paris Fashion Week and covered popular fashion magazines including Vogue, Town & Country and Lampoon amongst others.last_img read more


Beat writers predict winner in Syracuse-Florida State matchup

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 17, 2016 at 10:59 pm Syracuse (4-6, 2-4 Atlantic Coast) takes on No. 17 Florida State (7-3, 4-3) on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. The Orange faces Dalvin Cook, who is regarded as one of the best running backs in the country. Check out how our beat writers think the matchup will unfold.Tomer Langer (4-3)GutterballFlorida State 35, Syracuse 17A month ago, this seemed like an interesting game that Syracuse, although still an underdog, would have a chance in. Florida State was coming off an incredibly unconvincing 17-6 win to Wake Forest (after a one-point victory against Miami and a stretch where it lost two of its four games), and Syracuse was coming off its best regular season win in program history with a team flying high. That all came crashing down to earth with Eric Dungey’s injury against Clemson. With him unlikely to play, it’ll be hard for SU to compete in this game that pushes them almost completely out of bowl contention.Chris Libonati (8-2)Dalvin Cook-edFlorida State 34, Syracuse 13The last time I predicted the No. 17 team in the country to beat Syracuse, the Orange upset Virginia Tech. What do I know? I do think this is a bit different, though. Zaire Franklin called Dalvin Cook the best running back in the country and I agree. Deondre Francois has been solid. I just don’t think the SU defense will suppress the Florida State offense.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textJon Mettus (8-2)Early FeastFlorida State 43, Syracuse 13The No. 17 team in the country is coming to the Carrier Dome, but don’t expect fans to stream onto the field after the game like when SU topped Virginia Tech earlier this year. Syracuse is undersized, undermanned and overmatched. Dino Babers said he “hope(s)” SU can win. And that’s all it’ll be: a hope. Cook and company are just too good for a Zack Mahoney-led squad to knock off. Commentslast_img read more