LONDON (AP):Arsenal manager ArsÈne Wenger says midfielder Jack Wilshere has fractured his left fibula and will face “a few weeks out”.Wilshere sustained the injury after a training-ground collision last week, but the extent of the damage was only revealed yesterday.Wenger said: “I had a bad surprise because it is a hairline crack in his fibula … there is minimal damage apart from bone damage.”The 23-year-old Wilshere, an England international, has had frequent injury problems throughout his career.He missed five months oflast season after surgery on a left ankle injury sustained against Manchester United in November.
National netballer Nicole Aiken-Pinnock says that she is suffering from fatigue because of inactivity after her Clarendon Gators’ 55-22 loss to the St Catherine Racers in the Berger Elite Netball League at the Leila Robinson Courts on Saturday night.Aiken-Pinnock played at goal defence during the game and says that she is not yet where she needs to be physically.”I haven’t played netball in a very long while, from Fast5 (Netball World Series), I actually just started back my personal training this week so it’s gonna take a lot of work to get me back to fitness.”Aiken-Pinnock says that she hopes she can quickly get back to where she needs to be physically, in order to gel, as she describes it, with her teammates.MORE PRACTICE NEEDED”We need more practice time together,” she says. “We just have to work on some strategies and some techniques that can help us to win games.”The Gators, who are the defending champions, have lost both their matches played to date and Aiken-Pinnock says that the team’s performance is not acceptable for the Elite league.”For an attacking team, we have to get it together and we have to shoot,” she says. “At the end of the day, goals win matches and not just defensive work. We have to get the movement correct, we have to get the passes correct, and we just have to keep working at it and I’m sure that if we work on it, we’ll get it right.”Saturday’s fixtures also saw National Under-21 player Simone Gordon score twenty eight of thirty five goal attempts as the Under-21 Suns beat the Under-21 Shiners 45-36 to get their first win of the season.Former national player Simone Forbes registered twenty one of 29 attempts as the St Ann Orchids kept their 100 percent record going, with a 43-35 win over the Kingston Hummingbirds.email@example.com
View comments Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next “Why not us?” Ramblers coach Porter Moser said, repeating his team’s oft-used mantra this month — one he hopes can lead to yet another history making upset. “You have to have high-character guys that believe to truly do that.”The teams will have trouble topping the show Kansas and Duke put on Sunday with the last spot in San Antonio up for grabs. The Jayhawks topped the Blue Devils 85-81 in overtime to send Kansas back to the site of its last national title, in 2008.The Kansas-Villanova matchup is sure to re-ignite calls for some form of reseeding heading into the Final Four. The winner between the top seeds will almost certainly be favored in the final. This year’s most-notable underdog — outside of Maryland-Baltimore County, which beat Virginia in the tournament’s first week to pull off the first 16 vs. 1 upset — is Loyola-Chicago.Urged on by their 98-year-old nun, Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, the Ramblers are the fourth 11th seed to make college basketball’s final weekend — joining LSU (1986), George Mason (2006) and VCU (2011).A look at some of the history behind these Final Four teams:ADVERTISEMENT In Liverpool, Man United sees the pain and path to recovery LOYOLA-CHICAGO: It’s not totally accurate to say the Ramblers are from nowhere. This program won the title in 1963 in one of the most significant championship runs in the sport’s history — including a game known as the “Game of Change.” The Ramblers, with a mostly black roster, defeated an all-white team from Mississippi State, which served as prelude to the better-known title game in which Texas Western and its all-black starting lineup defeated Kentucky. Loyola went on to beat Cincinnati in overtime for the title. After the win Saturday, Les Hunter, a member of the 1963 team, said the Ramblers are capable of bringing home another championship. “I think they’re the best right now,” Hunter said. “They work so well together. They can play with anybody — anybody — right now.”MICHIGAN: All the freshmen dominating today’s game should pay homage to the Fab Five — the group of five freshmen, including Jalen Rose and Chris Webber, who made baggy shorts the rage and took the Wolverines to the Final Four in 1992. This year’s Wolverines were a middle-of-the-pack Big Ten team in early February, after a loss at Northwestern dropped them to 8-5 in the conference. They haven’t lost since, and their 13-game winning streak is second in the country only to the Ramblers, who have won 14 straight. “We don’t get caught up in the win streak that we’re on,” guard Charles Matthews said. “We didn’t even know we were on a 13-game win streak.”VILLANOVA: Juniors Jalen Brunson and Mikal Bridges were there for Villanova’s national title two years ago. They are the team’s leading scorers. The Wildcats haven’t been seriously pushed yet in the tournament, winning every game by double-digits and paying no mind to the upsets that have busted brackets for the past two weeks. The key to all this success? “At this point, you don’t really try to figure out why,” coach Jay Wright said. “You’re kind of saying, ‘Why us,’ you know, and just soaking it in.”KANSAS: Since winning it all in 2008, the Jayhawks had been seeded No. 1 five times and failed to make the Final Four any of those times. If Grayson Allen’s shot at the buzzer in regulation hadn’t gone in and out — twice — this might have marked No. 6. But Malik Newman scored all 13 of Kansas’ points in overtime to help the Jayhawks top Duke. “There’s a lot of players out there who deserve the best of the best,” Jayhawks coach Bill Self said. “They get to experience the very best there is. I’m happy for them.” Loyola-Chicago guard Donte Ingram (0) and Marques Townes, right, celebrate their 64-62 win over Miami in a first-round game at the NCAA college basketball tournament in Dallas, Thursday, March 15, 2018. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)Three teams that need no introduction. 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In one of next Saturday’s semifinals, it’s a barnburner of a matchup between top-seeded programs with rich histories: Villanova vs. Kansas.In what will quickly become known as the “other” semifinal, it’s an upstart vs. another school that knows this road: No. 11 Loyola-Chicago vs. No. 3 Michigan .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 crownRemarkable as Loyola’s run — and this tournament — have been, this marks the fifth time over the last six seasons that three teams seeded 1 through 4 have been joined by another seeded 7 or higher.The four previous times, the underdog has bowed out in the semifinal. For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Scarlett Johansson, Sterling K. Brown among SAG Awards presenters
The Rotary Club of Monrovia has admitted Dr. Walter T. Gwenigale, outgoing Health and Social Welfare Minister, into its Paul Harris Fellowship.The Paul Harris Fellowship of the Rotary Club recognizes people who have made meaningful contributions to society. Paul Harris was the founder of the Rotary Club.Introducing the honoree during a Rotary meeting last Friday, Rotarian and University of Liberia president, Dr. Emmet A. Dennis, noted that Dr. Gwenigale had worked in the Liberian health system for more than 40 years, providing health services to the Liberian people.Dr. Gwenigale’s services to the Liberian people, especially at this time in a top government position, had witnessed many challenges, said Dr. Dennis.But despite the challenges, Dr. Gwenigale had remained persistent in enduring the circumstances and on that basis he deserves such an honor from the Liberian people and the Rotary Club, said Dr. Dennis,Taking a retrospective look at his life, Dr. Gwenigale, in his response, spoke highly of the role played by the Lutheran Mission in Liberia in molding him to become a medical doctor to serve his people.With the help of the Lutheran missionaries and the Lutheran Church in Liberia, he was able attend Lutheran elementary schools and the Lutheran Training Institute (LTI) in Salayea, Lofa County, where he graduated from high school in 1959. He then proceeded to Cuttington College and Divinity School (now Cuttington University), where he spent three semesters before being offered a fellowship to complete college in Puerto Rico. Following completion of college there he entered the Medical College of the University of Puerto Rico, where he took the M.D. degree. He later did his residency at the Los Angeles County Hospital.Dr. Gwenigale also paid tribute to several people to whom he said he owed the award.He paid homage to his mother who supported him in his early childhood education by selling snuff (tobacco) and saving the money for his tuition and other needs.Dr. Gwenigale paid tribute to his elementary school teacher in his native Sanoyea, Bong County, Ms. Ella Stewart, who took him to her sister, Mrs. Margaret Stewart Traub and her husband, the Rev. Byron Traub. The Traubs were also teaching at the Lutheran school in Sanoyea. Ma Ella asked the Traubs to take care of him and she named him Walter Traub to which he later added the name Gwenigale, in recognition of his father who was the village harp player. It was from the Traubs’ home that Walter continued his education, ending up at LTI and Cuttington, before traveling abroad for medical studies. Dr. Gwenigale also acknowledged Daily Observer Publisher, Kenneth Y. Best, for articles he wrote about the Phebe Hospital in 1973 that helped keep Phebe open. Immediately following his return home in 1973, said Dr. Gwenigale, the Lutheran missionaries who were running Phebe informed him that the American Lutherans had decided to close down the hospital for financial reasons. That was when Dr. G came to Monrovia and found his Cuttington classmate and brother –in-law, Kenneth Y. Best, who was then an official at the Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism. The doctor explained the problem to Mr. Best, who immediately investigated the matter on the Phebe campus in Suacoco and wrote a series of articles for the Liberian Star, the Liberian Age and Radio Station ELBC and ELWA about the hospital’s impending closure. It was at that point that President William R. Tolbert, Jr. intervened. President Tolbert who was close to the people of Bong County ordered his Health Minister, Cllr. Oliver Bright, to write a letter to Finance Minister Steve Tolbert, the President’s younger brother, directing him immediately to take over the financing of Phebe. That is how Phebe survived.What Dr. Gwenigale did not tell the Rotary Club was that several times after the hospital was bombed during the Liberian civil conflict, American Lutherans, German Lutherans and Lutherans all over Europe, who trusted him as Phebe’s astute and honest chief medical officer, often provided money to rebuild the hospital and keep it running.Being the chief medical officer of Phebe prior to ascending to the position of Health Minister, Dr. Gwenigale said he was able to build good working relations with staff of that hospital. This is because he had earned knowledge of human relations from interactions with them.He also noted with emphasis that the honor bestowed upon him was also owed to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf who allowed him to appoint Deputy Ministers of his choice with whom he worked while serving as Health Minister.It was the efforts of all these officials and staff that combined to enable them to achieve at the level they did since his appointment in 2006.Dr. Gwenigale also paid tribute to his wife Carmen and their children, two sons and a daughter and five grandchildren. They all understood and reasoned with him to continue to serve in Liberia while they remained in the United States without support from him.He acknowledged them in a special way and noted that had they not allowed him to remain in Liberia, the Liberian people would have been disappointed.Meanwhile, the Rotary Club during the meeting presented a check for US$1,686.00 to the University of Liberia Ebola Task Force to help carry out messages about the prevention of the virus.The Rotary Club has been actively engaged in providing money, buckets and sanitizers in several communities, including the University of Liberia, for hand washing and other aspects of the anti-Ebola fight.Speaking on behalf of the UL Ebola Task Force, the Dean of the Medical College, Dr. Vuyu K. Golakai, commended the Rotary Club and urged members to plead with the government to begin listening to good advice instead of demonstrating arrogance.The club also admitted new members during the ceremony. Those admitted included Dinna Cheapo, Helena Nah Lawrence Yealue II and Wassim Charifi.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
President Weah and other government officials posed with the Burkina Faso Ambassador, Mahamadou Zongo shortly after the program ended.Photo Credit: Executive Mansion.President George Weah on Thursday, January 24, 2019, received Letters of Credence from ambassadors representing six countries from three continents—Africa, Europe and Asia, an Executive Mansion release has said.According to the release, it is the first time President Weah received such a huge number of ambassadors in a single day, since he became president a year ago.The ambassadors are Shani Cooper of the State of Israel, Margita Fuchcova of Czech Republic, Nelson Ocheger of Uganda, and Gunnar Andreas Holm of the Kingdom of Norway. Others include ambassadors Mahamadou Zongo of Burkina Faso and Ricardo Lopez-Arana Jagu of the Kingdom of Spain.President Weah welcomed each of the diplomats at intervals in his Ministry of Foreign Affairs Office, and expressed gratitude to their respective governments for preferring them to represent their countries in Liberia.For Shani Cooper, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the State of Israel, Weah outlined the importance of sustaining the longstanding ties between the two countries.He said Liberia’s relations with Israel had lost strength for years, but expressed the hope that ties between the two countries will grow in the coming years.The President expressed the hope that the presence of the new Israeli envoy would help embolden Liberia-Israel ties, to pick up greater strength and reach new heights under his administration.Ambassador Cooper expressed gratitude to be in Liberia and thanked President Weah for the warmth reception accorded her and her delegation. She described the relationship subsisting between Liberia and Israel as “precious.”She also conveyed warmth sentiments on behalf of the Government and people of Israel.“Liberia was one of the first countries that recognized Israel when it declared independence in 1948,” the female diplomat recalled. She pledged to work effectively toward strengthening her country’s ties with Liberia and revealed that lots of Israeli companies have expressed interest to invest in Liberia, mainly in the agriculture and security, in order to boost the Liberian investment climate.Amb. Cooper, who praised President Weah and his administration for carving the Pro-Poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development (PAPD), expressed the hope that Israel would closely work with Liberia in order to ensure that Liberians get the full benefit of the PAPD.Also presenting her Letters of Credence, the Ambassador of Czech Republic Margita Fuchova said she was honored to be in Liberia and to take up assignment on behalf of her government and people.She too fondly recalled the cordiality of the diplomatic ties between the two countries.The female Czech envoy also expressed the hope of a deeper and dynamic relationship between the two countries in the coming years.She hailed Liberia for choosing the path of peace and prosperity, which she said the Czech Republic was ready to support.She also spoke of her country’s readiness to strengthen the economic relations between Liberia and Czech Republic, mainly in the areas of trade and investment. “Czech investors are ready and willing to contribute to improve the living standards of Liberians through investment in energy, agriculture, mining, education and healthcare,” she said.The Ambassador Extraordinary/Plenipotentiary of Uganda Nelson Ocheger conveyed best wishes to President Weah and the people of Liberia from President Yoweri Museveni, stating that he was overwhelmed by the warm reception and opportunity granted him by the President.The Ambassador took specific note of the long-time cordial bilateral relations between Liberia and Uganda. He pledged to work to consolidate ties between the two countries. The Ugandan envoy said he would use his stay in Liberia to focus on political and diplomatic relations and other areas of mutual interest to the two countries for the benefit of their peoples.He noted the governments and peoples of the two countries have not seen much of the benefit of the relations, apart from technical experiences.Amb. Ocheger said there are several areas of mutual interest that can be explored in the coming years to make Liberia-Uganda relations stronger and beneficial. These, he said, included the areas of mining, education and health, energy and infrastructure.He recalled the signing of African Free Trade, which he said presented an opportunity to the two countries to begin investing in infrastructure, water and rail transport in order to facilitate the movement between the two countries and the continent at large.“Given the challenges we face, it is time for us to begin to focus on trading. It is time for us to begin trading as a region so that we can fit in the regional and international trading order,” he said.He said it was important for the two countries to work together and provide job skills for their youthful populations, proposing the establishment of a corporation framework through which the two governments can work to achieve this goal.In response, President Weah welcomed and congratulated Amb. Ocheger for his preferment to represent his country in Liberia. The President disclosed that he was not surprised that the Ugandan Ambassador was in Liberia weeks after he and President Yoweri Museveni had met in China and discussed ways to strengthen their countries’ relations.Also presenting his letters of Credence, Norway Ambassador Gunnar Andreas Holm reflected on the existing ties between the two countries and noted how Norway has been engaged with Liberia, contributing to the electricity sector. The Norway diplomat recalled fond memories of President Weah’s address to the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) and his call for global fusion against climate change. He said Norway and Liberia share similar positions on other critical global issues and therefore called for the need to work harder to achieve those goals.President Weah thanked him and expressed his government’s determination to work with the Kingdom for the benefits of their people.Also, Ambassadors Mahamadou Zongo and Ricardo Lopez-Arana Jagu of Burkina Faso and Spain respectively, expressed delight for representing their corresponding countries.They promised to work toward expanding and consolidating the ties between their countries and Liberia. On behalf of the government and people of Liberia, President Weah welcomed them and spoke highly of the ties among the countries and how they could be achieved through greater collaboration.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
VALENCIA – At a roadside stand in one of Los Angeles County’s fastest-growing suburbs, Nancy Roatcap sells lifelong memories like those of bygone days. On a 9-acre plot under high-tech power lines, the 60-year-old owner of Nancy’s Ranch grows the pumpkins and Christmas trees that families seek out as a respite from their fast-food world. “Nothing says Halloween like a pumpkin,” Kevin Miller of Burbank said during a recent visit to the farm. “This is the closest you are going to get to country in Los Angeles.” After surveying the myriad offerings in the pumpkin patch, Miller’s 8-year-old son, Jacob, placed his selection in one of the red wagons provided at the front entrance for just this purpose. Five-year-old daughter Morgan picked one, too, making a sensible choice. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.“It’s not really that heavy,” she said. Fall and winter are Roatcap’s favorite seasons. “You don’t have to work in the heat anymore,” Roatcap says. “You see all these happy people.” Roatcap farms six acres of Monterey Pine Christmas trees and a half-acre on land leased from The Newhall Land & Farming Co. Her crops were not affected by the recent wildfires. “It’s like a little oasis,” Roatcap said. “It’s like downtown Valencia has a Christmas tree farm and a pumpkin patch.” Although she farms under power lines, she doesn’t have electricity. She uses a small generator to charge the batteries that run the cash register and credit card machine. Another generator runs the lights. After the pumpkin season, she brings in an industrial generator to run lights so she can sell Christmas trees until 9 p.m. She knows that one day her oasis will dry up. “For me, the noise is the one thing that is going to drive me out of here sooner or later,” she said about the whir from Magic Mountain Parkway and nearby Interstate 5. In the meantime, Roatcap will keep farming. This year she had a boom crop of watermelon, thanks to the coyotes who planted them. The animals roam around the land at night, eat watermelons and then “plant” the seeds when they poop. Watermelons are now growing sporadically next to some of Roatcap’s 2,500 baby Christmas trees. Farming is in Roatcap’s blood. Her father, Ralph Roatcap, farmed produce – mainly tomatoes – throughout Ventura County. He died last year at age 87. She keeps one of his tractors and trucks on the property. “He really taught me about being honest and happy,” Roatcap said. “He thought it didn’t make sense to be any other way.” Roatcap farmed with her father, but then branched out on her own. She sold her first trees in 1997 and her first pumpkins in 1999. On a recent Saturday, Nancy and Darrin Miller bought 11 of Roatcap’s pumpkins. It’s become an annual tradition for the Canyon Country couple since their 3-year-old son, Sean, was born. “We do it for him,” said Nancy Miller, 38, as she gestured toward her son wearing a Disneyland sweat shirt. “It is family.” The Millers take their fall family photos at the ranch and this year they will be back for their Christmas tree. “It’s fun,” said Darrin Miller, 42. “We try to get into the spirit.” WANT TO GO? NANCY’S RANCH: 25039 Magic Mountain Parkway, is open 10 a.m.-7 p.m. weekdays. Beginning Nov. 23, it will be open from 10 a.m.-9 p.m. weekdays and 9 a.m.-9 p.m. weekends. Call (661) 255-6943 or go to nancysranch.com.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
THE Mooney family in New York are out clearing up – after one of the biggest snowfalls there in years.Meave Mooney, aged 9, lives with her family in Lynbrook, NY, on the south shore of Long Island.“I’m a Killybegs man originally,” said dad Charlie. “We’d like to say hello to our loads and loads of cousins back home in Donegal. It was a blizzard here…and the brushes are out for the clear-up.”Flights to five states have been cancelled and half a million people without power after the snowfall yesterday and today.Some areas got a metre of snow in just a few hours. NEW YORK SNOW: MOONEY FAMILY FROM KILLYBEGS ENJOY SNOWFALL was last modified: February 9th, 2013 by BrendaShare 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:NEW YORK SNOW: MOONEY FAMILY FROM KILLYBEGS ENJOY SNOWFALL
Padraig and his 40th birthday cake. Pic courtesy of Gerry Adams!WHO would have thought it.But it’s true – Padraig MacLochlainn really is 40.Party boss Gerry Adams made sure the Buncrana politician wasn’t forgotten on his big day in the Dail. So he tweeted this picture of the special moment when the Donegal TD got to blow out all 40 candles! LORDY, LORDY, LOOK WHO’S 40 – TD PADRAIG GETS HIS CAKE! was last modified: June 13th, 2013 by BrendaShare 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:LOOK WHO’S 40 – TD PADRAIG GETS HIS CAKE!LORDY
Pearse Doherty TDDONEGAL TD Pearse Doherty has today called on the Courts Service to immediately initiate repairs to Glenties Courthouse which closed last month due to concerns over health and safety.Deputy Doherty, who has today written to the Courts Service concerning the closure, has asked that the body immediately place the remedial work required to bring the building up to standard out to tender. Deputy Doherty said: “Following the closure of Glenties Courthouse last month, Councillor Marie-Therese Gallagher and I have today sent correspondence to the Court Services urging the body to immediately offer the contract for the remedial work at Glenties Courthouse out to tender.”“The courthouse – which has housed court sittings for over 170 years – was closed by the Courts Service following concerns raised by the Office of Public Works in a recent report which found a number of problems existed relating to the structure’s first floor ceiling, walls and flooring.“The Report by the OPW highlighted quite a number of very serious issues with the building, while it also found that there was a lack of safety equipment present on site such as emergency lighting and fire alarms.“As an interim measure the decision has been taken to accommodate court sittings at a nearby community centre, and I now understand that the Courts Service has indicated that the cost of carrying out the necessary remedial work required to address current health and safety issues has been estimated at €80,000.“It’s crucial – given the historical significance of the building as well the important role which it has played over the years in the administration of justice locally – that the Courthouse can be restored and that sittings can once again commence.”“In our letter to the Courts Service, we have called on the body to immediately compile the requisite contract documentation relating to this remedial work and offer it out via an open competitive tendering process in accordance with normal public procurement guidelines.”“Of course, it’s widely felt that this action must be taken without any further delay in order to ensure that the court, which is a greatly valued local asset, can be successfully retained in Glenties for many more years to come.”FEARS GROW FOR FUTURE OF GLENTIES COURT HOUSE was last modified: October 5th, 2015 by John2Share 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:court houseGlentiesPearse Doherty TD
Tags: kirinya jssMaroons FCStarTimes Uganda Premier League Kirinya JSS defeated Nyamityobora 1-0 in their last game (file photo)StarTimes Uganda Premier LeagueKirinya Vs MaroonsMighty Arena – Bugembe@4:30 pmBUGEMBE – Kirinya Jinja SSS FC host wounded Maroons at the Kyabazinga Stadium on Tuesday in the StarTimes Uganda Premier league.Maroons defeated Onduparaka FC(2-1) at home in their previous game thanks to Solomomn Walusimbi’s late strike while Kirinya defeated Nyamitobora 1-0 in Wankulukuku.The last league meeting between the two Sides, Kirinya defeated Maroons 2-1 at the prison grounds.What the Coaches said;Charles Ayekho (Kirinya SS).We are very much aware that Maroons needs this win more than anything, but we won’t give them the chance.We have prepared and we are positive that we shall win this match.George Best Nsimbe(Maroons Fc).Kirinya is stubborn but we need to get our first away win, so we are heading to Jinja prepared.We have trained well and we believe a point or three points is not bad for.Team news.Pius Obuya, Solomon Walusimbi and first choice goalie Ashadu Bugembe are expected to be vital for the Prisons side.Kirinya will embark on the services goalie Didi Muhammad to fetch his first home win.Ayeikho will how ever miss the services of Isaac Isinde who is part of the Uganda cranes squad to face Cape Verde and Joel Madondo who features for the U23 the KOB’s team to face South Sudan.Maroons has no injuries and all the players are in good shape.Match facts.Kirinya comes in this fixture sitting 10th with 9 points in 7 games while Maroons are 13th with 6 points on the StarTimes Uganda premier league table.Form Guide.-Kirinya JSS: L W L W L-Maroons: D D D D WComments