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first_imgbattleRight Stuff will want to keep pace with leaders Spit Fyah, when they play host to Eradication in the Jamaica Domino Federation City of Kingston Credit Union-sponsored Portmore Domino League match tomorrow at Cedar Grove, beginning at 11 a.m.In others games, Spit Fyah play away to Exceptional International, Masterpiece are at home to Correctional Services, Chedwin Strikers battle Memory Lane, Felluchie Strikers welcome Spring Village, Unity Strikers oppose Passagefort United, Waterhouse United based in Passagefort entertain Ken’s Wildflower, Garveymeade await Fort International at their home ground, Garveymeade Sports Club and Soursop Tree host Highlight Strikers.Ricam cap first Manchester Major League titleRicam became the newest addition to the roster of teams which have won the Manchester Major League, when they defeated three-time champions Downs 3-0 in the final earlier this week.In addition to prize money and the Magnum/Captain’s Bakery Trophy, Ricam will get the chance to participate in the upcoming JB Rum South Central Confed Super League playoffs.This competition caters for the four parish champions from St Catherine, Clarendon, Manchester and St Elizabeth, as well as the respective runners-up.This means beaten Manchester finalists, Downs, will have further incentive to reboot their season.Having come through a tough semi-final in which they needed penalty kicks to defeat Mile Gully, Ricam were assertive early and won the first-half honours when their national youth player, Maxwell Robinson, scored in the 12th minute for a 1-0 lead.Robinson increased Ricam’s lead to 2-0 when he scored again in the 70th minute. Romario Rochester’s goal in time added on sealed the title.Jamalco are Clarendon New York-based Lacrosse coach in the IslandCoach Neil Davis from New York, USA, is expected to land in the Island this weekend on a month-long visit. While in Jamaica he will run lacrosse clinics and oversee the North Street Cup competition. Male students from Wolmer’s Boys’, St George’s College, Holy Trinity High and Kingston College should are slated to benefit and the practise schedules and fixtures are to be finalised.Lacrosse has being gaining momentum in high schools in Jamaica in recent times, especially with a league being contested by some of Jamaica’s top high schools. It is a contact team sport played between two teams using a small rubber ball. The objective is to get the ball up to your opponents’ goal, while using a meshed lacrosse stick to carry and shoot the ball past a goalie.The Jamaica Lacrosse Association believes the sport captures the spirit of the Jamaican people. The game is fast, high tempo, fun, constantly flowing and celebrates creativity and is dubbed in international quarters as “the fastest game on two feet”.PFM Development upsetdefending champsPower of Faith Ministries (PFM) Development team upset their brother team and defending champion, Power of Faith International, by six wickets in the opening game of a double-header in the PFM Twenty20 Church Cricket League at Bridgeport Sports Ground last Saturday.PFM International batted first and were bowled out for 82 in 13 overs, as Leon Edwards top-scored with 23 runs. PFM Development’s Fidel McGregor took 3-20 from four overs and Demar Johnson 2-34 from four overs. In reply, PFM raced to victory in 15 overs. Demar Johnson (27) and Aaron Graham (16) made most runs, while Junior Stewart and Aston Canegon got a wicket apiece for PFM International.In the second game between Portmore Gospel Assembly (PGA) and Faith Temple New Testament, Faith Temple won by eight wickets. The PGA, which won the toss and took first strike, amassed 116 all out in 20 overs, with Damion Bryce hitting a top score of 68. Simon Clarke, 3-17 from three overs and Bryan Brown, 2-2 from one over, took most wickets for Faith Temple. Faith Temple successfully chased down the total for the loss of only two wickets. Roshane Baugh (60) set up the win for Faith Temple and Bancroft White chipped in with 20 not out.The league continues today with two games. At 10 a.m., PFM Development versus PGA and at 2 p.m., it’s PFM International vs Faith Temple.INSPORTS Community Football League final postponedThe final of the Portmore leg of the Institute of Sports (INSPORTS) Community Football League between Greater Portmore Strikers and Christian Gardens has being postponed and a new date will be announced shortly.Greater Portmore should have played Christian Gardens last Sunday at the Dunbeholden playing field. However, the final was postponed, for reasons ‘beyond the control’ of the organisers.The finalists booked their spots after narrow semi-final victories recently at the Cedar Grove community playing field. Christian Gardens booted Dunbeholden 5-4 on penalties, after playing to 1-1 stalemate through regulation and extra-time. Jevonne Munroe (64th) scored for Christian Gardens and Ricardo Boothe (21st) netted for Dunbeholden in relegation time. Greater Portmore Strikers edged East West Strikers 6-5 on penalties, after both teams were locked 1-1 after full and extra-time. Mario Wilson (49th) equalised for Greater Portmore, after Jevoh Robert (30th) had given East West Strikers the initial lead.Right Stuff, Eradication docenter_img championsThe Jamalco football team successfully defended their hold on the Clarendon FA/Captain’s Bakery Major League, when they defeated New Bowens FC in a penalty shoot-out at the Effortville Community Centre. It was the third straight year they were winning the Clarendon title. In fact, last year they took the double by winning the knockout title.In the previous week, Jamalco had defeated Kemps Hill FC 3-1 in the semi-final, while New Bowens created the upset of the competition when they defeated former Red Stripe Premier League campaigners Sporting Central Academy 1-0 in extra time.The final between Jamalco and New Bowens marked the third time the two were meeting for the season. They were in the same preliminary group and on two occasions, Jamalco won. However this time was different as at the end of regulation and extra-time the score was 0-0.It took the dreaded penalty shoot-out to decide the winner, thanks mainly to their goalkeeper, Sheldon “Budgie” Mills, who produced three brilliant saves to earn Jamalco victory.Starz Academy, Technical Strikers in Division One finalMany-time football champions of Manchester, Los Perfectos, lost in their bid to gain qualification to the Major League competition after they were beaten 2-1 by Technical Strikers in the semi-finals of the Jamalco-sponsored Division One competition. All three goals were scored in the second half.Rashawn Walcott scored the first of Technical Strikers’ goals in the 46th minute, Renardo Barrett then made it 2-0 in the 53rd, while Jason Givans’ 82nd minute strike proved to be only a consolidation for Los Perfectos.Despite the loss, fans have generally viewed as positive Los P’s re-engagement with Manchester football, this year after a 15-year absence.Starz Academy joined Technical Strikers in the final following a penalty shoot-out win over Star Zone, after the two had battled to a 1-1 draw. Interestingly, both finalists lead the preliminary round standings.last_img read more

St. Clare trips Letran, notches playoff berth

first_imgIn Liverpool, Man United sees the pain and path to recovery Bitoon finished with 22 points, four assists, and three rebounds as he proved to be the perfect complement for Trevis Jackson, who once again shone with 29 markers, five boards, and three dimes.Mohammed Pare nabbed a double-double of 12 points, 12 rebounds, and two blocks, while Aris Dionisio got 11 markers, 13 boards and five rejections.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown“We were win-or-go home in this game. We expected this team to fight and for us to get wins is just a bonus. We’re just glad that our bench really stepped up,” said coach Jinino Manansala.Gamboa-St. Clare saw its 22-point advantage trimmed to just one in the final four minutes, but substitute Joshua Fontanilla found holes in Wangs-Letran’s defense before Bitoon stepped on the gas pedal and gave their side an 82-74 edge with 1:53 left to play. Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Scarlett Johansson, Sterling K. Brown among SAG Awards presenters View comments Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ LATEST STORIES Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina 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 Recto seeks to establish Taal rehab body to aid community, eruption victims Gamboa-St. Clare claimed fifth place with its 6-4 card and brought Zark’s-Lyceum to the quarterfinals, while also eliminating Wangs-Letran and Go for Gold from playoff contention.Marinerong Pilipino stayed in the running for an outright semifinals berth after downing Perpetual, 78-66, in the other game.Alvin Pasaol led the Skippers with 15 points, eight rebounds, and two assists.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Cabuyao City rising above the ashes through volunteerism Conor McGregor seeks to emerge from controversy in UFC comeback Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Chris Bitoon came to Gamboa Coffee Mix-St. Clare’s rescue late in its 87-76 victory over Wangs Basketball-Letran Tuesday to clinch a spot in the 2018 PBA D-League Aspirants’ Cup playoffs Tuesday at Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig.With the Couriers pulling within one, 75-74, in the last 3:46, Bitoon bunched five points in the Coffee Lovers’ decisive 7-0 spurt late to propel his side to the next round.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Nat Geo EDR eyes 15,000 runnerslast_img read more

We must be careful about how we use the signing bonus

first_imgDear Editor,Please allow me to share my thoughts on the actions of the Government of Guyana to convert the ExxonMobil signing bonus into US and Canadian Treasury Bonds. The Guyanese populace will draw their own conclusions based on the denial of the existence of the ‘bonus’ and its eventual disclosure.My issue is, however, with this new policy direction of investing in the US and Canadian economies. US$18 million is not an enormous sum by our economic standard; there can be no need to stash this paltry sum for ‘safe-keeping’: this sum is less than two per cent of our annual budget. Surely, we could put this money towards our own development. I can assure all Guyanese that we will be able to afford lawyers for the Guyana-Venezuela ICJ case without this ‘bonus’ to assist us. US$3 million of this amount has been earmarked for ‘capacity building’; how is this being achieved with the funds otherwise invested? Are we going to use the interest generated for the capacity-building programme? Guyana recently borrowed US$900 million for unspecified projects, will some of this also be ‘invested’ surreptitiously in US and Canadian bonds? Government needs to revisit this policy direction as a matter of great urgency.Editor, many see low-yield bonds as a very secure investment; however, these bonds are by no means infallible and Governments do default from time to time. US Treasury Bonds must be deemed a risky investment by any yardstick as that country continues to borrow heavily to maintain a quality of life beyond its means, continuously raising its debt ceiling and other risk factors. A fitting analogy would be of a poor man lending to his ostentatiously rich neighbour; sure, he has all the trappings of wealth – mansion, cars, flashy lifestyle that seems unreachable to the poor man, but underneath all the flash, he is mortgaged to the hilt, in debt beyond his ability to repay and playing a Ponzi scheme to keep himself afloat. Many a man has fallen for these schemes, should Guyana be investing in such a country? What place in line would we be if they default? Let us invest in ourselves and build our own nation before we prop up an ailing economic power.A timely reminder to the Government of Guyana that ‘Charity begins at home’ may be in order.Sincerely,Robin Singhlast_img read more

Ricks Institute Student Excursion to Freetown

first_imgReverend Olu Menjay, Principal and Chief Administrative Officer of Ricks Institute, recently led a group of 29 students and personnel of the institute on a six-day educational and cultural excursion to Freetown, Sierra Leone.Those who made the trip, according to a dispatch from Dr. Menjay in Freetown, consisted of 20 students and nine staff. Ricks Institute, Dr. Menjay said, believes that learning is easier when a child sees, touches and feels, thus making the excursion essential.He said, when the group arrived in Sierra Leone on Thursday, March 24, they met with the Vice President, Dr. Victor Foh at his residence in Freetown.Dr. Foh told the Ricks visitors that the strength in Sierra Leone’s growth is religious tolerance, adding that Liberia and Sierra Leone have a lot in common. “Our two countries share similar stories,” he told the visitors outlining several historical factors. In response, Dr. Menjay reminded Dr. Foh that education at Ricks Institute goes beyond the traditional “brick and wall” classroom, adding, “We believe that the lives of our students who are participating in this excursion will never remain the same.”Also present at that meeting was former Sierra Leonean head of state, Captain Valentine Strasser, the former Minister of Works, the son of the late Chief Samuel Hinga Norman, and other dignitaries of the Sierra Leonean society. Chief Norman was a Sierra Leonean politician from the Mende tribe, who founded and led the country’s Civil Defense Forces, commonly known as the Kamajors during that country’s brutal civil war. The Kamajors supported the government of Ahmed Tejan Kabbah against the Revolutionary United Front led by Foday Sankoh. On March 7, 2003, Chief Norman was indicted by the Special Court for Sierra Leone for war crimes and crimes against humanity. He died on February 22, 2007 in Dakar, Senegal, while undergoing medical treatment. On the second day of the excursion, the team met with the Chief Administrator of the St. John Maroon Church, a historical religious establishment associated with the slave trade. The team later visited and observed worship at the central Mosque of Sierra Leone where the Chief Imam commented that that there is no senseless peace, but senseless war. “It helps a lot for faith groups to coexist peacefully as no society can progress in the midst of confusion,” the Imam told the student visitors. The team then visited Forah Bay College and later paid homage at the grave of Edward Wilmot Blyden, a self-taught genius, born in the West Indies, who lived in Liberia and taught at the then Liberia College. Blyden contributed land to Ricks Institute in Virginia, outside Monrovia. On Saturday, March 26, the team took a two hour boat ride to the Bunce Island, an infamous slave fortress built to process and market slaves for shipment to America and other parts of the world. The team later met at the residence of the president of the Sierra Leone Baptist Convention where they fellowshipped with their Baptist counterparts. On Sunday, the team worshiped with the Regent Road Baptist Church, the oldest Baptist Church in West Africa, established by early Baptist settlers in Freetown.Rev. Menjay preached the Easter sermon.The team afterwards visited the Sierra Leone Peace and Cultural Museum, described as an outstanding and amiable treasure that gives a chronological account of Sierra Leone’s history before and after Independence on April 27, 1961. The Ricks visitors then passed by the famous Special UN Court that tried Charles Taylor. The day was punctuated with a grand dinner at the residence of Vice President Foh. At dinner, the team met the Liberian Ambassador to Sierra Leone and the former Sierra Leone Ambassador to Liberia.Ricks Institute, established 1887 by the Liberia Baptist Missionary and Educational Convention, is a learning and faith community high school located in Virginia, Liberia. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Man United boost? Smalling hoping to be fit for Arsenal clash

first_img Manchester United defender Chris Smalling Manchester United defender Chris Smalling is hoping to overcome injury in time for Sunday’s clash with boyhood club Arsenal.The 26-year-old has been one of the few bright spots in a bleak season at Old Trafford and has been a mainstay in Louis van Gaal’s side, although he missed Thursday’s Europa League win over FC Midtjylland with a shoulder problem.That match was just the second he has missed all campaign, and the centre-back is looking to avoid a third absence when the Gunners visit Old Trafford.“Touch wood, that carries on,” Smalling said when asked about his impressive United displays.“I was disappointed to miss the other night, but I’m hoping to be okay to play this game.“I’ve not really done anything differently to the other lads but, probably from about halfway through last season, I got on a good run in the team and I’ve just tried to carry that on from there. Long may it continue.”Smalling will be well aware how vital victory is against title-chasing Arsenal if United want to keep their faint top-four hopes alive, with rivals Manchester City currently six points above them.However, the teams’ last meeting brought with it United’s most comprehensive loss of the season, with Alexis Sanchez’s brace and a Mesut Ozil strike sealing a comfortable 3-0 at the Emirates Stadium.Despite the previous result, though, Smalling is confident ahead of a fixture he cares about more than most, having grown up supporting the Gunners.“I always look forward to these games,” Smalling told Sunday’s matchday programme.“It’s no secret that I was an Arsenal supporter growing up, so this fixture is even bigger for me and especially given it involves two of the biggest teams in the country.“I hope I can step out onto the field.” 1last_img read more

Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation appoints new leaders

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation recently added two new board members and elected officers of the 15-member board, which oversees the charitable, nonprofit organization.New to the board are Doug Miller, vice president of statewide services for Ohio Rural Electric Cooperatives, Inc., and Lane Osswald, who farms with his father and brothers in Preble County and is currently serving his third term as an Ohio Farm Bureau trustee. They replace Lisa McClure, executive director of the Paulding County Area Foundation, and Katherine Harrison of Harrison Farm.The board also elected three board officers. Heather Thiltgen, senior vice president of strategic markets at Medical Mutual, was named president; Wade Smith, owner of Whitehouse Specialty Crops was named vice president; and Cy Prettyman, owner of Prettyman Farms, was named treasurer.Founded in 1985, Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation is a 501(c) (3) charitable, nonprofit organization.The foundation funds programming in four priority areas: cultivating an interest in agriculture, investing in tomorrow’s leaders, driving economic growth and promoting environmental stewardship and conservation.last_img read more

Request a Free Trackable and Show Your Turtle Power!

first_img SharePrint RelatedVraag een gratis trackable op van de Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles!September 3, 2019In “Local stories”Bewirb Dich für einen kostenlosen ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’-Trackable!August 29, 2019In “Deutsch”Aloha from Hawaii! — Honu Beach Cache (GC102CV) — Geocache of the WeekJanuary 20, 2016In “Community” Cowabunga! The legendary half-shell heroes have emerged from the sewers in Nickelodeon’s Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the latest mutation in their ever-evolving story.  To celebrate the iconic franchise’s 35th anniversary, Geocaching has teamed up with Nickelodeon’s Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to release 4,000 limited-edition Raph, Leo, Mikey, and Donnie trackables across the globe. Enter to receive a trackable at When you find a TMNT trackable in the wild, use the alphanumeric code to log it, and then keep it moving by putting it in another geocache so others will have a chance to help the Turtles discover new hidden locations worldwide. Find all four Turtles and share your photos on social using #TMNTcache and tag @TMNT. For more about Nickelodeon’s Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series visit Share with your Friends:Morelast_img read more

Hacker Poll: Should Google Have Disclosed the the Latest Internet Explorer Flaw Before Microsoft Had a Patch?

first_imgklint finley Tags:#hack#Tools Growing Phone Scams: 5 Tips To Avoid 7 Types of Video that will Make a Massive Impac… Related Posts center_img Google employee Michael Zalewski disclosed a CSS security issue in Internet Explorer today before Microsoft had issued a fix. This is the second time a Google employee has disclosed an IE security flaw to the public before a patch had been issued. Chris Evans posted a cross-site scripting issue to Seclists in September, according to Ars Technica.The new flaw may also have been reported by two Chinese researchers at a security conference in South Korea according to KrebsonSecurity. Microsoft does not know of any exploits in the wild actually taking advantage of this vulnerability.Should Google have disclosed these bugs to the public, or waited for Microsoft to issue a fix first? How to Write a Welcome Email to New Employees? Why You Love Online Quizzeslast_img read more

Euro 2016: Rival golden generations of Wales, Belgium bid for glory

first_imgWales are happy to cast themselves as underdogs in their Euro 2016 quarter-final against Belgium on Friday but such modesty belies their proven ability to bite hard.The Belgians, who finally came together as a team to demolish Hungary 4-0 in their last-16 match, will start as favourites.Both sides, though, are fully aware that Wales have proved their mettle against Belgium, beating them 1-0 in Cardiff and drawing in Brussels in the tournament’s qualifying stage.Belgium, playing before what will be virtually a home crowd in the northern French town of Lille, are under huge pressure for their much-vaunted golden generation to fulfil their promise and finally challenge for a major trophy. (Also Read: Portugal reach semi-finals)Wales could also claim to have developed a golden generation, spearheaded by Gareth Bale, even if they have fewer illustrious players than the side ranked number two in the world.”We’re good normally in that situation when we’re right up against it,” Wales defender Chris Gunter said.”Belgium will be the fancied team and they are right on their own doorstep but it’s something we can use as an advantage.” (Vincente Del Bosque quits as Spain coach)All eyes will be on the form of Bale and Eden Hazard.Bale, the world’s most expensive player, has scored three goals and fired in the cross that led to Northern Ireland’s own goal in Wales’s 1-0 last-16 victory.His ability to seize the moment, not least at free kicks, could be pivotal.Hazard came to life against Hungary — as did the whole team after a stuttering start to the campaign. He set up the second goal for Michy Batshuayi and scored with a dashing solo effort two minutes later to crush Hungary’s hopes in what he said was his best-ever game for his country.advertisementThe Belgium captain has missed two days of training with a thigh injury, but should he be declared fit to play, he will be returning to the city where he made a name for himself.GREATER DEPTHThe Welsh are playing in their first major tournament since the 1958 World Cup, when they lost in the quarter-finals to eventual champions Brazil.”Wales are a very strong side, and not just with Gareth Bale; they have other good players,” cautioned Belgian coach Marc Wilmots.Belgium, however, have greater depth. Wilmots has pointed to playmaker Kevin De Bruyne, who has been a tireless and influential figure. Romelu Lukaku scored 27 goals in 52 appearances for Everton this season and always looks threatening.”They have players on the pitch and the bench that would grace any international team,” Wales manager Chris Coleman said.”But in the last four years we’ve had four meetings and won one and drawn two, so there’s nothing to be afraid of.”Hazard said the Belgians would need to be wary of the Welsh.”They are a tricky side to play against. They have a very compact unit and they have a great player up front (Bale).”The winners will reckon to have a fair chance of reaching the final as the semi-finals would pit them against Poland or Portugal, avoiding the powers of France, Italy and Germany.Neither side will go gentle into that good night on Friday.last_img read more

PSG, Man City shine in Champions League; big names struggle

first_imgSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Clubs from eastern Europe are often overmatched in the Champions League, and Dinamo Zagreb had lost its last 11 group-stage games, scoring just once.Still, Zagreb gave a painful lesson to Atalanta, thrashing the Italian debutant 4-0. Mislav Orsic scored a hat trick.Atalanta coach Gian Piero Gasperini called it “a nightmare of a game. They were stronger in every aspect.”Lokomotiv Moscow scored a rare away win for a Russian team, winning 2-1 at Bayer Leverkusen.Red Star Belgrade couldn’t complete the hat trick of wins in Munich. Bayern controlled the game but had only Kingsley Coman’s first-half header to show before late goals from Robert Lewandowski and substitute Thomas Mueller.EARLY DRAWSMaybe it’s the unusual kickoff time — at 6:55 p.m. in most of Europe — but all four early evening starts produced draws this week.Tottenham wasted a two-goal first-half lead at Olympiakos on Wednesday, taking control with a penalty by Harry Kane and a smart shot from Lucas Moura in Athens.The Greek league runner-up struck back on the stroke of halftime before Mathieu Valbuena beat his former France teammate Hugo Lloris from the penalty spot in the..In Belgium, Club Brugge drew 0-0 with Galatasaray, as both teams failed to make a stronger mark on Group A where PSG and Madrid are strongly favored to advance. Ethel Booba on SEA Games cauldron: ‘Sulit kung corrupt ang panggatong’ Duterte calls himself, Go, Cayetano ‘the brightest stars’ in PH politics “People say we’re not favorites and it can take the pressure off,” PSG coach Thomas Tuchel said.PSG has flattered to deceive too often in recent Champions Leagues, though this looked like a statement win for Tuchel over Zinedine Zidane, who lifted the trophy in each of the three seasons he first coached Madrid from 2016-18.Madrid’s biggest offseason signing Eden Hazard rarely connected with his teammates, while club veterans Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema had goals disallowed.“Normally, with the players we have, we create a lot of chances and today it wasn’t possible,” Zidane said.SPANISH STRUGGLESIt’s been a tough week for the big three of Spanish football.Madrid failed to score on the road, like Barcelona which was lucky to take a 0-0 draw from Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday.Atlético’s 2-2 draw at home showed more resolve and fight, and stopped long-time nemesis Cristiano Ronaldo — who was booed throughout by home fans — from scoring for Juventus. Goals from Juan Cuadrado and Blaise Matuidi had Juve dominating deep into the second half.Atlético fought back through Stefan Savic in the 70th and Mexico midfielder Héctor Herrera leveled in the 90th with a header from Kieran Trippier’s cross.EASTERN PROMISE Matteo Guidicelli had saved up for Sarah G’s ring since 2014? DTI creates Marahuyo, a luxe Filipino fashion brand for global buyers Stephen Curry says he plans to play for USA at Tokyo Olympics LATEST STORIES Drilon apologizes to BCDA’s Dizon over false claim on designer of P50-M ‘kaldero’ Canadian vaping study details danger from ‘popcorn lung’ chemicalcenter_img Big firm products top worst plastic litter list — report PLAY LIST 01:45Big firm products top worst plastic litter list — report03:46Lacson: PH lost about P161.5B tax revenue from big trading partners in 201701:19Magalong: Albayalde also got SUV out of ‘agaw bato’ operation in 201302:11Makabayan bloc defends protesting workers, tells Año to ‘shut up’03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games01:38‘Bato’ to be ‘most effective’ CHR head? It’s for public to decide – Gascon02:07Aquino to Filipinos: Stand up vs abuses before you suffer De Lima’s ordeal01:28Ex-President Noynoy Aquino admits contracting pneumonia00:45Aquino agrees with Drilon on SEA games ‘kaldero’ spending issue PSG’s Angel Di Maria, center, celebrates with his teammates PSG’s Juan Bernat, left, and PSG’s Mauro Icardi after scoring his side’s opening goal during the Champions League group A soccer match between PSG and Real Madrid at the Parc des Princes stadium in Paris, Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2019. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)GENEVA — Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City succeeded where storied rivals failed in their opening Champions League games.Even with its star forwards absent, PSG eased to a 3-0 win Wednesday over 13-time European champion Real Madrid, which missed the influence of suspended defender Sergio Ramos.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Juventus and Tottenham both let two-goal leads slip away from home, before drawing 2-2 against Atlético Madrid and Olympiakos, respectively.PARIS SHINESThe biggest stars at the Parc des Princes were watching from expensive seats in the stands.Neymar, who was suspended, and injured teammate Kylian Mbappe were captured by television cameras whooping and giggling at the sight of full-backs Juan Bernat and Thomas Meunier marching through Madrid’s defense in stoppage time to create and score a deserved third goal.The third PSG star striker, Edinson Cavani, was also out injured yet the French champion’s victory was never in doubt.ADVERTISEMENT The French champion relied instead on Angel Di Maria, the former Madrid winger, who scored twice with smart, first-half shots that quickly settled the outcome.Man City was also ruthless and efficient in winning 3-0 against Shakhtar Donetsk in Ukraine.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGreatest ever?SPORTSBecoming his own manSPORTSFormer PBA import Anthony Grundy passes away at 40Wins for two wealthy clubs with burning ambition to get a first European title came as the traditional Champions League powers struggled this week.Of the nine clubs to have played in the final since 2011, only Bayern Munich won this week — also by 3-0 on Wednesday against a Red Star Belgrade team which had to come through four qualifying rounds. 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