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UIW’s John Hill Named 2019-20 Men’s Golf Student-Athlete of the Year

first_imgFRISCO, Texas – UIW’s John Hill is the 2019-20 Southland Conference Men’s Golf Student-Athlete of the Year, the league announced Wednesday alongside its academic all-conference teams. Student-Athlete of the Year awards are presented by GEICO.Hill was awarded Student-Athlete of the Year honors in addition to earning a spot on the first team for the second-consecutive year. He completed the 2019-20 season with four top-10 individual performances, while never finishing outside of the top-25 throughout six tournament appearances for the Cardinals. Hill earned a spot on the dean’s list for fall 2019 and holds a 3.65 GPA as a senior management major.UIW and Lamar lead the way among the academic all-conference squads with two selections each. Hill is joined on the first team by teammate Trevor Bailey, while Lamar’s Hugo Hellman and Nikolai Schaffrath earned second-team honors. A total of nine schools are represented among the 2019-20 Academic All-Conference rosters.Abilene Christian’s Bryce Dooley, Central Arkansas’ Brett Daughdrill and New Orleans’ Max Hellstrom round out the first-team members. Houston Baptist’s Lucas Coapman, McNeese’s Reid Giardina, Sam Houston State’s William Holcomb and Stephen F. Austin’s Johannes Gudmundsson join Hellman and Schaffrath to fill out the remaining second-team positions.The all-academic teams are voted on by a head coach, sports information director and academic/compliance staff member from each Southland Conference institution. In order to be nominated for the academic all-conference teams, student-athletes must possess a 3.0 cumulative GPA and have completed one full academic year at the nominating institution.The Southland Conference awards committee, which consists of one administrator from each of the 13 member schools, votes for the student-athlete of the year. The Southland Student-Athlete of the Year award is presented to one student-athlete who achieves excellence in both academics and athletics. All Student-Athlete of the Year nominees must have earned at least a 3.2 GPA on a 4.0 scale and demonstrated athletics achievement for at least two years at the nominating institution.2019-20 Southland Men’s Golf All-Academic TeamStudent-Athlete of the Year: John Hill, UIWFirst Team Name Cl. School Hometown Major GPA Name Cl. School Hometown Major GPA Reid Giardina Jr. McNeese Sulphur, La. Accounting 3.89 Max Hellstrom2 Sr. New Orleans Stockholm, Sweden Business Administration 3.72 John Hill2 Sr. UIW McQueeney, Texas Management 3.66 Brett Daughdrill So. Central Arkansas Jonesboro, Ark. Undeclared 4.0 Johannes Gudmundsson So. Stephen F. Austin Reykjavik, Iceland Engineering Physics 3.85 Hugo Hellman So. Lamar Salem, Sweden Finance 3.60center_img Nikolai Schaffrath2 Jr. Lamar Potsdam, Germany Industrial Engineering 3.92 Second Team Trevor Bailey2 Jr. UIW Cibolo, Texas Accounting 4.0 William Holcomb3 Sr. Sam Houston State Crockett, Texas General Business 3.48 2 – Two-time Academic All-Conference selection3 – Three-time Academic All-Conference selection Bryce Dooley3 Sr. Abilene Christian Friendswood, Texas Finance & Accounting 3.70 Lucas Coapman R-Sr. Houston Baptist New Brunswick, N.J. Management 4.0last_img read more

Insurance companies must stop this nonsense

first_imgDear Editor,It is totally unacceptable that insurance companies are now forcing prospective customers to declare their political affiliation on a ‘Customer Verification Form’, because this is a flagrant violation of every citizen’s right to freedom of association, as enshrined in the founding charter of the United Nations (UN).Guyana is a member of the UN, and officially recognises the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This means Guyana has an obligation to protect and promote human rights, including Article 20, section (1), which states: “Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association”.Freedom of association means individuals enjoy the intrinsic right to form and join groups of their choice without interference or penalties. One of the most effective ways of protecting this right is to give persons the choice to keep their membership of such groups private. One sure way to violate this right is to compel persons to disclose such affiliations.Local insurance companies are now abusing this right by taking away their clients’ choice to keep their associations and affiliations private, and forcing them to reveal their relationship with Government officials, military officials, politicians and political parties.What many people do not realise is that this is done under threat because customers of insurance companies are required to affirm that the information they provide on the form is true and correct, which unmistakably implies that they will be penalized for giving false information.I reject the insurance companies’ claim that the requirement is linked to the 2015 AML/CFT Amendment Act and regulations with regard to “Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs)” who can abuse their influence to commit crimes, or their close relatives and associates.In effect, they are illegally treating every prospective customer as a PEP, or relative or close associate of one, but the Act clearly does not provide for this. If it did, attorney-at-law Christopher Ram pointed out, it would have violated the Constitution and the law.I believe it is dangerous to let insurance companies interpret the Act arbitrarily and for their own advantage. Insurance company representative Paul Braam reportedly referred to “due diligence” under the Act, and a “judgement call” about how close are “close relatives”.Insurance companies are already allowed reasonable grounds to discriminate against potential and actual customers on the basis of such things as medical conditions, vehicle accident history etc., and they use these to raise premiums and protect their business interests.That is why I think they are using the AML/CFT Act to violate people’s human rights for purely selfish reasons. When they get personal information to which they are not entitled, they will use this information to reduce their ‘actuarial risk’ and potentially increase their profits.What do you think the insurance companies will do with the information they get about people’s family connections to PEPs, or links to political parties? The answer is simple: The same as they do with all customers’ personal information — let their actuaries use it to assess and reduce the insurance company’s business risks.Ask yourself: Where else in the world would insurance companies be allowed to get away with using anti-money laundering legislation to violate a UN-enshrined human right? I am sure your answer will be: Nowhere else in the world.It should not be done here either. Guyana has to stamp out this nonsense as soon as possible.Sincerely,Roshan Khan Snrlast_img read more

Despite uncooperative weather, parking lot party a success for Fort St. John Legion

first_imgWind and cooler than expected weather may have forced the first Fort St. John Royal Canadian Legion parking lot party indoors, but that didn’t damper the enthusiasm of those who attended the event. Organizer Jo Anne Salmond admitted to being worried initially about being outside because of the weather, but as things moved inside the building filled up quick and was a success overall.Prior to joining the legion Salmond said it wasn’t in good shape, and she decided to do what she could to make sure the Fort St. John branch stayed open for veterans.“When I joined the legion ten years ago they were going broke and the roof was caving in. At that time my family and I organized two weekend campouts. We’re just trying to raise money to keep the legion operating. My very dear two uncles were veterans from World War two. I’ve just always been very conscious of how lucky we are to live in Canada. We have a lot more young veterans coming up. People sometimes forget these young fellows going to Afghanistan and different places are veterans too and they need a place to come.”- Advertisement -As for how the community has responded to events at the legion, she added, “It’s so heartwarming. It makes me so proud to be my little country girl in my little home town with my family and friends helping me.”The legion has a number of weekly events including jam sessions in the lounge Saturday nights in the winter from 5-8 p.m. Friday nights feature karaoke events, meat draws, and dinners. The dinners cost $10. The legion just started doing wing nights on Thursday nights as well.last_img read more

Lloris’ stress over drink-driving could have contributed to injury – Pochettino

first_img0Shares0000Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has not played since an injury he suffered against Manchester United © AFP/File / Oli SCARFFLONDON, United Kingdom, Sep 21 – Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says the stress of Hugo Lloris’ drink-driving arrest may have contributed to the thigh injury the goalkeeper suffered against Manchester United.Spurs have suffered three consecutive defeats since the Frenchman was injured — back-to-back Premier League losses and a Champions League reverse at Inter Milan. Lloris’ injury came in the game after it was announced he had been arrested for drink-driving and he has not featured since he suffered the thigh problem in the 3-0 win at Manchester United on August 27.The World Cup winner last week received a 20-month driving ban and a £50,000 ($66,000) fine in relation to the incident in central London.“I think he was under stress during the game against Manchester United,” said Pochettino. “I think… the added stress maybe created that injury.“The injury now is helping him to take time and think and be a little bit more relaxed. To compete after what happened was a massive stress for him.”Pochettino has chosen not to reveal whether the 31-year-old France international has been punished by the club, although reports said he was fined two weeks’ wages (around £250,000).The manager hopes to have his first-choice goalkeeper back soon.“It is a point that we still do not know,” he said in relation to the timing of Lloris’ comeback.“We hope as soon as possible but we think the plan is still next week if everything goes to plan in training.”There are concerns over Harry Kane’s poor form, worn-out players, no summer signings and off-field issues, including delays to the club’s new stadium and Lloris’ drink-driving conviction.But if they win at Brighton on Saturday all that will be forgotten, according to a relaxed Pochettino, who could have Dele Alli back in contention.“The only way we can stop that (criticism) is winning games and if we don’t win everyone is going to criticise more than now,” he said.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Son rises as Spurs cruise, Swansea boost survival bid

first_imgSon struck again in the 54th minute, timing his run perfectly to meet Harry Kane’s cross with a bullet header past Huddersfield goalkeeper Jonas Lossl.Tottenham’s third successive league win lifted them five points clear of fifth-placed Chelsea in the race to qualify for next season’s Champions League via a top-four finish.It was the perfect warm-up for Tottenham’s Champions League last-16 second leg against Juventus on Wednesday, with the tie delicately poised at 2-2.Mauricio Pochettino’s side are up to third place, but Liverpool can reclaim that position if they avoid defeat against Newcastle at Anfield later on Saturday.“I hope I can score many more goals for Tottenham. The manager has to choose 11 players. I try my best and try to be ready at all times,” Son said.“The pass from Harry Kane was very good for me, it made it easy to score. We feel comfortable at Wembley, we know how we play here.”At the Liberty Stadium, Swansea climbed out of the relegation zone and pushed West Ham deeper into trouble.South Korea midfielder Ki Sung-Yueng drove a 20-yarder past West Ham goalkeeper Adrian in the eighth minute for only his second goal of the season.West Ham defender Winston Reid was given oxygen before being stretchered off after a nasty looking fall.Carlos Carvalhal’s team took advantage to double their lead in the 32nd minute as Mike van der Hoorn was left unmarked to head home from close range.Former Leicester midfielder Andy King notched a 48th-minute tap-in for his first Swansea goal.Jordan Ayew slammed in a 63rd-minute penalty, awarded for a foul on his brother Andre Ayew, as Swansea moved three points clear of the bottom three.Michail Antonio got one back for West Ham in the 79th minute, but the visitors’ third defeat in their last four games leaves them three points above the relegation zone.“We have had some important victories since I arrived but this was the best performance,” Carvalhal said.“We made West Ham dance to our music and it was rock and roll.”– Mahrez saves Leicester –Right on time: Leicester City manager Claude Puel reacts as Riyad Mahrez grabs the late equaliser © AFP / Roland HARRISONTroy Deeney pushed West Bromwich Albion closer to relegation as the Watford striker’s late goal sealed a 1-0 win at Vicarage Road.Deeney slotted home from a Will Hughes pass in the 77th minute to leave bottom-of-the-table West Brom nursing a fifth consecutive defeat that leaves them eight points from safety.Southampton, sitting one point above the relegation zone, have only one win in their last 16 games after being held to a drab 0-0 draw by second-bottom Stoke at St Mary’s.Riyad Mahrez rescued Leicester with a last-gasp equaliser in their 1-1 draw against Bournemouth.The Foxes fell behind in the 35th minute at the King Power Stadium when Marc Albrighton conceded a penalty with a foul on Josh King, who picked himself up to convert the spot-kick.But Algeria winger Mahrez curled in a superb free-kick seven minutes into stoppage-time.Burnley ended an 11-match winless run in the Premier League as Chris Wood’s late header sealed a 2-1 victory over Everton.New Zealand striker Wood came on as a second-half substitute to bag his first goal since November with just 10 minutes remaining at Turf Moor.Everton had taken a 20th-minute lead when Turkey striker Cenk Tosun headed his first goal in his fifth appearance since his January move from Besiktas.But Burnley forward Ashley Barnes equalised in the 56th minute and Wood, making his first appearance after a long injury lay-off, won it from close range in the 80th minute.Everton defender Ashley Williams was sent off in the 86th minute after swinging his arm into Barnes’ face.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Thanks mate: Son Heung-Min celebrates with Harry Kane © AFP / Ian KINGTONLONDON, United Kingdom, Mar 3 – Tottenham cemented their place in the Premier League’s top four as Son Heung-Min inspired a 2-0 win over Huddersfield, while Swansea improved their survival prospects with a 4-1 thrashing of West Ham on Saturday.Son put Tottenham ahead in the 27th minute at Wembley with his 14th goal of the season as Dele Alli’s pass sliced open the Huddersfield defence and the South Korea forward raced clear to finish emphatically.last_img read more

Drivers brake to help bobcat

first_imgAGUA DULCE – A trio of Agua Dulce commuters pulled off the road one by one to save an injured bobcat, then spent three hours making sure the wild feline got help. Brett DeMott didn’t catch the names of the two women who stopped after he’d set out traffic cones from his construction truck to protect the semiconscious bobcat as traffic zipped by on a blind curve. But the three spent hours Thursday together maneuvering the cat into one woman’s Jeep, then seeking help. “It was like any other morning when I came around the curve on Agua Dulce Canyon Road,” DeMott said Friday. “But there was something in my lane – I had to swerve and I just missed hitting it. It looked like a bobcat. “I thought it was dead, but then I saw its tail move. I thought `I gotta turn around and help it.”‘ Meanwhile the veterinarian staff in Agua Dulce had located a vet in Palmdale licensed to handle wild animals. The animal doctor raced to the shelter, transported the cat to her facility and on Friday an office worker said the bobcat was doing well but had been transferred, refusing to say where. DeMott, a father of two daughters, 8 and 5, said he was keeping track of the bobcat’s recovery. He was told the animal had suffered a concussion and had fluid in its lungs. It also had recently eaten a rabbit. Karrie DeMott said she wasn’t surprised by her husband’s actions – nor the check he asked her to mail to the Palmdale vet. “He sent her a donation … so she could take care of the next one,” she said. pat.aidem@dailynews.com (661) 257-5251160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl eventA woman named Candy stopped to help and as the two were deciding how to get the cat into her Jeep – worried that it would claw and bite if it regained consciousness – DeMott turned to see another woman petting the 30-pound male cat. “I wasn’t sure what to do,” he said. “It’s a wild animal with big claws and big teeth, but he was letting her pet him, so we decided, let’s do it.” DeMott followed Candy to an Agua Dulce pet hospital, but the veterinarian wasn’t licensed to treat wild animals. The staff there phoned around in search of help for the cat, which was turned over to the county’s Castaic Animal Shelter. By then the cat was conscious – and made its feeling known. “When he snarled at the animal control officer, he sounded like a 400-pound tiger,” DeMott said. last_img


first_imgMoville GAA News:LOTTOThere was no jackpot winner this week. The winning numbers were 7, 10, 19, 20. The €50 runner-up prize goes to Eddie Alfie. Next week’s jackpot will be €7,200. Thank you for your continued support. We would like to appeal for more Lotto sellers as it is out main source of income.CLUB DINNER DANCEThe club dinner dance will take place in the Redcastle Hotel this Saturday 24th January. Adult tickets are €25 and U16 tickets are €12.50. Tickets are available from any committee member so why not come along and enjoy the post festive dinner dance, it promises to be a great night.UNDERAGE TRAINING Underage training was cancelled last Saturday due to adverse weather conditions but will return next Saturday. For future reference the times are as follows: Toddlers, U6s & U8s boys and girls from 10am-11am. U10 boys from 11-12 and U10 & U12 girls from 11-12. The under 16 boys and minors also train on a Saturday at 11am. U12 boys training takes place on Wednesday evenings from 7 – 8pm and will not resume on January 28th. All new children welcome.MEMBERSHIPClub membership is now open for anyone who wishes to sign up: Juveniles €5, student €10, adult €20, family (up to 18 years) €30 and family with lotto for a year €100. County Board levies must be paid before end of January so important that all memberships are paid before that time.GARDA VETTINGAnyone willing to coach at end level within the club needs to complete a New Garda Veeting Form regardless if they have already completed one last year. There are new procedures and stringent guidelines as to how to complete the form. Forms and guidelines will be posted to the Clubs website or alternatively you can get one form Margaret Mulhall on Saturday mornings. This is a MUST for all coaches or anyone helping managers to take a team. FOUNDATION LEVEL COACHING AWARDA Foundation coaching award will take place in Urris clubhouse Febuary 6/7. Anyone coaching within the club MUST have the Foundation level done, this includes child protection. Contact Gerard Faulkner (086) 317 6516 to book your place.CONGRATULATIONSCongratulations to the Donegal senior team on their win in Ballyshannon on Sunday against Fermanagh in the Dr. McKenna cup. If anyone has any information or photographs that they would like included in the notes, the club website (www.movillegaa.ie) or the club facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/MovilleGAA) feel free to e-mail it to the club PRO at the following e-mail address: pro.moville.donegal@gaa.ieGAA NEWS: MOVILLE UNDERAGE TRAINING TO RESUME NEXT WEEKEND was last modified: January 19th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:GAAmovilleNoticesSportlast_img read more


first_imgLetterkenny under 18’s finish out the year with another emphatic away victory in Ballinahinch on Saturday last.The 41 to 0 score line is a good reflection of the game played in poor conditions on a very wet and heavy training pitch rather than the adjacent first pitch which was in immaculate condition.Letterkenny have become used to such treatment away from home this season but have proven they can play rugby in any conditions as quality, like muck, will always rise to the top.The home team were set on keeping the ball tight and taking on the Letterkenny pack around the fringes but to no avail as good line defence, lead by Chris Green, Diarmiud Gallagher and Daragh Toal held tight throughout the seventy minutes. A much improved line out, thanks to the accuracy of hooker Stephen Holmes and the introduction of Will Douglas jumping at four, gave Letterkeny a good supply of attacking ball. The opening score came off such a line out that was taken on by man of the match Joseph Dunleavy and moved quickly to out half Peter Scott who dummied his way over to touch down under the posts. The second try was well worked, despite the conditions, by centres Daniel and Matthew Faulkner combining to open the home defence and put Adam Boal Quinn away down the left hand touch line for a well taken score.Try number three was a repeat performance of good hands in mid filed that allowed full back Kevin Grant to show his pace and power down the opposite wing to score in the corner. The final try of the half came after good work by Martin Molloy who found Matthew Faulkner in support. The outside centre used his pace to get within 5 meters of the line and quick recycled ball allowed scrum half Ben Khavia to nip over for try number four.The second half saw Letterkenny playing into a very strong wind but they coped well by keeping the ball in hand. The back row of Dunleavy, Molloy and Taol were outstanding throughout the second period. Will Douglas also found his feet at this level and make a number of good carries. Good work by the aforementioned back row allowed Stephen Holmes to break for the try line but he was held up short. Once again good hands allowed the ball to be moved at speed to Grant who took a good line to score his second try of the day.The final try went to the hard working Dunleavy who fly kicked a loose ball from a line out and showed great determination to win the race to the touchdown. This was a well deserved victory for a hard working and honest team who have developed the winning habit that sees them maintaining their unbeaten run this season and reinforces their position at the top of the under 18 Ulster premier division. Armagh are due to visit Dave Gallaher Park on Saturday 2nd January for a crucial top of the table clash in what promises to be an entertaining game between two quality teams that like to play fast open rugby on good pitches.Letterkenny team: David Ward, Stephen Holmes, Chris Green, Diarmiud Gallagher, Will Douglas, Martin Molloy, Daragh Taol, Joseph Dunleavy, Ben Khavia, Peter Scott, Adam Boal Quinn, Daniel Faulkner (captain), Matthew Faulkner, Eunan Henry, Kevin Grant, Oisin Toal, Jack McGarvey, Stephen Holmes, John Fogarty and Josh Smeaton.RUGBY: LETTERKENNY U18s FINISH YEAR IN EMPHATIC STYLE was last modified: December 21st, 2015 by StephenShare 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)last_img read more

Annual Streets of Ballyshannon 5K to take place at end of January

first_imgThe fourth Annual Streets of Ballyshannon 5k Road Race takes place on Saturday the 28th January 2017 at 11.30 am.The race starts and finishes at the Lakeside Centre on Belleek Road and goes through the Port side of Ballyshannon. Although quite a flat course, there is gradual climb for part of last kilometre back to finish.There is a prize fund of €500 on offer plus fantastic spot prizes for joggers, fun runners, couch to 5k participants, and walkers. Walkers will start at 11.10am.Liam Feely N. Leitrim A.C has won the race twice and 2 years ago Olympian Breege Connolly was first home in Ladies Section.The event is being organised by the local Ballyshannon Rugby Club to help raise funds for continued development of underage rugby in area.Refreshments will be provided after the race. You can find out more by checking out the event page on Facebook.For further information you can call Joe at 087 2969454 or Martin at 087 4502700Permit granted, chip timing, and an accurately measured course.Annual Streets of Ballyshannon 5K to take place at end of January was last modified: January 15th, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:Ballyshannonlakeside centrestreets of ballyshannon 5klast_img read more


first_imgShay Given expressed his delight after the Republic of Ireland claimed a Euro 2012 play-off spot after a 2-1 victory over Armenia last night.It was a dramatic night at the Aviva Stadium as both team had players sent-off and Armenia pushed Ireland all the way.The Lifford man said: “We’re delighted obviously. It was a nervy night but you also have to enjoy nights like tonight. “We’re in the play-off next month and we’re looking forward to that. There was a great atmosphere here tonight and we are delighted with the win.”Ireland needed a bit of luck along the way as Armenia keeper Roman Berezovsky was sent-off for handling outside his box when replays showed it struck his chest.Given believes that Ireland deserved that bit of luck having been on the end of wrong decisions in the past.“I was a long way off but it looked like a handball to me,’ he said. “Somebody was saying it hit him in the chest but maybe we are due a bit of luck. We got a little bit tonight and scored a couple of goals.“We are just happy. Sometimes you just have got to enjoy it. We enjoyed the victory. We enjoyed getting 21 points in the group. It’s been a long campaign and hopefully we can finish it off next month.”Given admitted that he was frustrated to see the end of Ireland’s run of eight clean sheets and his own role in the goal.He said: “I should have done better with the goal. I seen it late and then I dived backwards and couldn’t get enough on it to get it around the post. It hasn’t cost us anything and that’s the most important thing.“We move on to the next game. We are looking forward to the draw and see who we are going to get.” When asked about who he would like to draw on Thursday, Given quipped: “Somebody easy!”“Ah nah, we’ll just take it on the chin. Whoever we play will know they are in for a very tough game when they come here and we’ll give them a tough game at their home place as well. Please God, we can get across the line this time and get through the play-offs.”SHAY SAYS WE DESERVED A BIT OF LUCK AS REPUBLIC AWAIT 2012 EURO PLAY-OFF DRAW was last modified: October 12th, 2011 by StephenShare 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:2012 Euro play-offsShay Givenlast_img read more