Published on December 2, 2018 at 5:53 pm Contact Eric: email@example.com | @esblack34 Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse freshman guard Kadiatou Sissoko will be out 3-5 weeks after having surgery on her right meniscus, SU head coach Quentin Hillsman said Sunday after Syracuse’s 98-55 win over Towson. “She had a minor procedure on her knee,” Hillsman said. “It’s one of those things where it’s easier to get it cleaned up now than let it linger on.”The Paris, France native was averaging 4.8 points and 2.6 rebounds a game in the Orange’s first five games before injuring her knee against Princeton on Nov. 23. Against the Tigers, Sissoko played just one minute and scored three points before twisting her knee and exiting the contest.As Syracuse’s fourth player off the bench, she had the ability to be swapped in for a guard or a forward because of her 6-foot-2 frame. Sissoko thrived specifically at the top of SU’s full-court press, where she was usually stationed, and used her length to wreak havoc on opposing guards.In her absence, Gabrielle Cooper has filled in the top position of the press, which she played last season. Hillsman praised her play in the zone against Towson on Sunday, a game in which she was responsible for four of Syracuse’s 18 turnovers.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textHillsman said that Sissoko is “up and moving around” and doing well following the procedure. He explained that the Orange hope to get her back on the court later in the season.“We miss her length and her size, her athleticism,” Hillsman said, “so when we get her back we’ll be a better team.” Comments
The 44-time PGA Tour champion hasn’t played in the tournament since 2013, and his addition could mean an absence in the following week at the Players Championship. Mickelson said he may skip the tour’s flagship event, according to Golf Digest.He already admitted he would be taking it easier, especially on courses that have thick rough similar to The Champion Golf Course, where this week’s Honda Classic will be played.”I’m 48. I’m not going to play tournaments with rough like that anymore, it’s a waste of my time,” Mickelson said in January. “I’m going to play courses that are playable and that I can play aggressive, attacking, make a lot of birdies, style of golf I like to play.” The annual event held at The Bay Hill Club and Lodge already has seen commitments from eight-time winner Tiger Woods — who announced recently he would forgo the Honda Classic for the API — defending champion Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose and Bryson DeChambeau.But, the addition of Mickelson is a surprising one. Related News 2019 Masters updated betting odds: Dustin Johnson new favorite after win at WGC-Mexico Championship Tiger Woods to skip Honda Classic, play Arnold Palmer Invitational Mickelson won the API in 1997.The invitational will begin Thursday, Mar. 7. Three more big names have been added to the field at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Phil Mickelson, three-time major winner Brooks Koepka and 2016 API champion Jason Day will be playing in the tournament honoring the late Palmer.
Donegal Northern Board GAAResults Kelly’s Furniture FalcarraghMinor League Division OneMilford 2.13 Sean McCumhaills 6.12 Kelly’s Furniture FalcarraghMinor League Division Two Section OneRed Hughs 2.19 Robert Emmets 1.05N Colmcille 1.13 N Padraig Lifford 3.11 Glenfin 3.16 Carndonagh 3.05Kelly’s Furniture FalcarraghMinor League Division Two Section TwoTermon 0.18 Glenswilly 0.07Fanad Gaels 1.12 Letterkenny Gaels 1.08 Downings Bay HotelU16 League Div 1Buncrana 2.10 St Eunans 2.04Burt 2.07 Cloughaneely 3.06 Sean McCumhaills 1.11 Urris 0.12Termon 3.10 Buncrana 1.10 Downings Bay HotelDivision Two Section OneFanad Gaels 4.07 Glenswilly 1.06St EunansB 2.08 Downings 2.08Gaoth Dobhair 4.08 Milford 0.03Fanad Gaels 2.07 Letterkenny Gaels 3.08Glenswilly 2.09 St Michaels 1.11Downings Bay HotelDivision Two Section TwoRed Hughs 0.08 Carndonagh 4.07Robert Emmets 2.03 Malin 7.07Convoy 3.09 N Padraig Lifford 0.05Glenfin 0.07 N Colmcille 3.07N Padraig Lifford 0.10 Red Hughs 2.07Downings Hotel U16 Div 2Carndonagh 4.07 Red Hughs 0. 08The weather conditions were good for this game and Carndonagh played with a strong breeze in the first half, it was not long before the first score with Mathew Mc Laughlin getting the Carndonagh team under way. The Carndonagh defence worked very hard in the first half, turning over a lot of ball with some great defending with Daragh Browne standing out. The half forwards along with Midfield gave great support to the defence when looking for an outlet for the ball, which resulted in some good scores in the first half. Carn finished the half well with a good lead. Jamie Mc Laughlin and Conor Doherty came on for Carn and were not long in settling into the game. Carn kept the tempo up with some good work throughout the field; there were some nice passages of play, which led to some fine scores in the second half. Luke McLaughlin, Roy Davidson and Cathal McCallion all came on for Carn to bring fresh legs to the team, with all contributing well to the game. Carn went on to win this game well in the end with solid displays from Daragh Browne Conor McCormack and Mathew McLaughlin.Carndonagh: Fergal Bradley, Daragh Browne, Fergal Doherty, Ronan Hartin, Jamie Lee Loftus, Cathal Kelly (Capt.).Christopher Doherty, Declan Donaghy, Conor Mc Cormac, Christopher McCormac, Mathew McLaughlin, Nathan Toland, Liam Fox, Thomas O’Sullivan, Mark Diver, Subs. Cathal McCallion, Roy Davison, Ronan Bradley, Luke McLaughlin, Jamie McLaughlin, Conor Doherty.Kelly’s Furniture Falcarragh U18 Div 1Buncrana 3-12 Red Hughs 4-11In a game of two halves at the scarvey, Red Hughs playing with the wind scored 2-05 without reply before Buncrana started to make a game of it with John Cassidy and Kevin O’Loughlin heavily involved, to leave Buncrana trailing by 9 points at half time. Buncrana rallied in the second half to lead by a point but a late goal for the visitors sealed their win. Best for Buncrana were John Cassidy, Kevin O’Loughlin, Peter McLaughlin while Calvin Jones was back to his best after a serious ankle injury last year. Scorers for Buncrana were: Peter McLaughlin 0-05, Kevin Treacy 0-05, Kevin O’Loughlin 1-02, Sean Doherty 1-00, Simon Cuffe 1-00Downings Bay Hotel U16 Div 1Buncrana 2-10 St Eunans 2-04Buncrana had a great win at home in this top of the table clash with St Eunans on Wednesday evening, Sean Clerkin and his backroom staff were well pleased by a strong team performance in a game that was played in far from ideal conditions. With a non-stop work rate, Buncrana were in control for most of the game. Outstanding for the home-side were John Campbell, Daniel Wilson and Shane McLaughlin.Downings Bay Hotel U-16 League Div 1 P W L D PtsBuncrana 6 5 1 0 10St Eunans A 5 4 1 0 8Termon 4 3 1 0 6Cloughaneely 5 2 3 0 4Sean McCumhaills 5 2 3 0 4Urris 4 1 3 0 2Burt 5 0 5 0 0Downings Bay Hotel U-16 League Div 2 Section 1 P W L D PtsL/Kenny Gaels 6 6 0 0 12Downings 5 4 0 1 9Gaoth Dobhair 5 3 1 1 7Glenswilly 6 3 3 0 6Fanad Gaels 5 2 2 1 5St Eunans B 6 1 4 1 3Milford 5 1 4 0 2St Michaels 5 0 5 0 0 Downings Bay Hotel U-16 League Div 2 Section 2 P W L D PtsNaomh Colmcille 6 6 0 0 12Carndonagh 6 5 1 0 10Malin 6 5 1 0 10Red Hughs 6 3 3 0 6N Padraig Lifford 6 2 4 0 4Convoy 6 2 4 0 4Robert Emmets 6 1 5 0 2Glenfin 6 0 6 0 0Kelly’s Furniture FalcarraghU18 Division One P W D L PtsCloughaneely 1 1 0 0 2Sean McCumhaills 1 1 0 0 2Convoy 1 1 0 0 2Malin 0 0 0 0 0St Eunans 1 0 1 0 0Milford 1 0 1 0 0Gaoth Dobhair 1 0 1 0 0Kelly’s Furniture FalcarraghU18 Division Two Section One P W D L PtsRed Hughs 2 2 0 0 4Glenfin 2 2 0 0 4N Padraig Lifford 2 1 0 1 2Carndonagh 2 1 0 1 2Buncrana 1 0 0 1 0Robert Emmets 1 0 0 1 0N Colmcille 2 0 0 2 0Kelly’s Furniture FalcarraghU18 Division Two Section Two P W D L PtsTermon 1 1 0 0 2Fanad Gaels 1 1 0 0 2Glenswilly 2 1 1 0 2St Michaels 0 0 0 0 0Letterkenny Gaels 1 0 0 1 0Downings 1 0 0 1 0 Fixtures Friday 15th April 7.00 pm Kelly’s Furniture FalcarraghMinor League Division OneMalin v Gaoth Dobhair John FarrenCloughaneely v Milford Alan BoydSean McCumhaills v St Eunans PJ Scanlon Kelly’s Furniture FalcarraghMinor League Division Two Section OneBuncrana v N Colmcille John FrielCarndonagh v Red Hughs Christy LynchRobert Emmets v Glenfin Tony Gallagher Kelly’s Furniture FalcarraghMinor League Division Two Section TwoDownings v Termon Don LanganFanad Gaels v Glenswilly Paddy McBrideSt Michaels v L/Kenny Gaels James TreartyMonday 18th April 7.00 pm Downings Bay Hotel U16League Div 1Sean McCumhaills v Burt Joe O DonnellSt Eunans v Termon Paddy McKeeverUrris v Cloughaneely Paul Cliford Downings Bay Hotel U16League Division Two Section OneDownings v L/Kenny Gaels Don LanganSt Michaels v Milford Paddy McBrideFanad Gaels v St Eunans B James McGinleyGaoth Dobhair v Glenswilly Hughie McGarveyDownings Bay Hotel U16League Division Two Section TwoCarndonagh v N Padraig Lifford John FrielN Colmcille v Malin Paddy McGonagleConvoy v Red Hughs Paul CrampsieR Emmets v Glenfin Gareth DevenneyNotes: Minor FootballOur minor footballers completed their Ulster Minor League programme on Saturday last in Letterkenny when they played out a draw (2.09 to 1.12) with Championship opposition Antrim. This followed a two point defeat to Derry last Wednesday night, leaving Donegal without a victory and preparations will now begin in earnest for the championship which is just over four weeks away.U14 Feile Rules:1. Players taking part must be under U14 years of age on 1st January of that current year. A panel shall be confined to a maximum of 24 players and three team mentors.2. All games will be played on a 15 a side basis over 15 minutes per half. An interval of 5 minutes will be allowed. Unlimited substitutions are allowed but only during a stoppage in play and with the permission of the referee.3. Games will be played under the full rules of gaelic football. All kickouts after a score or wide shall be taken from the hand from within the small parrellogram.4. Games will be played on a full size pitch. A size 4 football must be used.5. Team Mentors are not allowed to encroach on the field of play without permission of the referee.6. In League competition two points will be awarded for a win and one point for a draw. The top team in each Section will qualify for the Regional Final. Should two teams finish level on points the winner of the original game between the two teams will progress. If that game ended in a draw extra time of 10 mins per half will be played and the winner progresses. If a draw still results a further period of additional time will be played. The team to register the first score will be deemed the winners. For this period of additional time, the referee will again toss to decide which way the teams will play.7. In the event of a draw in the knockout stages of the competition, ten minutes of extra time (2 x 5) will be played. If a draw still results after extra time an additonal period of extra time will be played. The team to register the first score will be deemed the winners. For this period of additional time, the referee will again toss to decide which way the teams will play PROClubs are encouraged to text results and email match reports to Northern Board PRO Gerard Callaghan as soon as possible after games, as not all results are received from referees. Please text to 086 0564878 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.Clubs are also asked to email any team photos, which may be available since the season started.The Irish News Club and Volunteer Awards. Now in its ninth year, the highly popular scheme aims to recognise the hard work and commitment given by volunteers in GAA clubs while also rewarding the clubs and schools who strive to meet the needs and demands of their communities. For the second year running, there will be a special category for urban clubs as it’s in line with the GAA’s plans for Urban Development- a policy also adopted by the Ulster Council. The awards are backed by the GAA’s Ulster Council, in conjunction with O’Neills Sportswear, the Wellington Park Hotel and Cardiac Risk in the Young.What your club can win: The winner in each category will be awarded a £1,000 cheque, £1,000 O’Neill’s Sportswear vouchers and a full page Club Profile in the sports section of The Irish News. There will also be a highly commended winner in each category who will be awarded a £500 cheque.What your Volunteer can win:The winning volunteer in each category will win a £100 Irish News Reader Holiday voucher plus £100 O’Neills Sportswear vouchers.What your School can win:The winning Primary and Second Level school will each receive a £1,000 cheque and £500 O’Neills Sportswear vouchers plus a full page School Profile in the sports section of the Irish News.Application forms can be downloaded from:www.irishnews.com/clubawards and the closing date is 12 pm on Friday, April 15. For further information, email email@example.com or write to: The Irish News Marketing Department 113-117 Donegall Street, Belfast BT1 2GE.Win a Live to Play JerseyUlster GAA is giving away FIVE Live to Play jerseys! Many GAA members will recognise the Live to Play ‘seat-belt’ Ulster jersey that is worn by all the players involved in this campaign. The jersey design strongly reinforces a Road Safety message through the design of the Black and Amber of the Province. For your chance to win this unique jersey, just follow the link below and submit your details. Closing date for entry is Saturday 30th April. If you aren’t one of the lucky one, the jersey can be bought at www.oneills.com with all profits on sales being returned to the programme to enable the good work to be continued!EndsDONEGAL NORTHERN BOARD GAA NOTES was last modified: April 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:Donegal GAA Northern Board
2019 Housing Market Affordability Metro National Association of Realtors Realtor.com 2019-05-20 Mike Albanese Speakers at the 2019 REALTORS Legislative Meetings and Trade Expo voiced strong expectations for the remainder of 2019, including continued economic expansion, rising home sales, and an increase in wages that are on par with the growth of home prices.Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist at the National Association of Realtors, predicted changing future migration patterns in his 2019 midyear forecast, adding buyers search for more affordable markets. The report states inventory in the U.S. has grown for eight-consecutive months on a year-over-year basis, which Yun expects to continue.Diverting from the recent trend, wage growth and home price growth are more closely aligned as average hourly wages continue to grow.”With strong job creation, wages are growing at a faster pace. Finally, wages and home prices are aligning,” Yun said. “This is good news for employees.”Yun added that this shift is a healthy development toward keeping housing affordability stable.Price differences in the metro markets could cause a shift in relocation, as people and companies will seek more affordable regions of the country, Yun said.”While affordability has been sliding, it is still better than we saw in the year 2000. This is due to much lower mortgage interest rates today,” Yun said.A report earlier this month from realtor.com found that while home prices in suburban areas have increased 57.3% since 2013, they pale in comparison to the 93.4% increase found within major cities.”As more people look to the suburbs for affordability, homes are harder to find there, too,” said Danielle Hale, Chief Economist at realtor.com. “Buyers not willing to go farther out may have to make other trade-offs such as accepting a smaller home or buying a home in need of renovation.”Hale said at the Expo that year-over-year inventory growth will be moderate nationwide, and the company has been listing prices up 6.9% year-over-year in April.”We used to see home price growth only around the coasts, but now we’re seeing it throughout the country. Nationwide there are not enough affordable homes on the market, and those numbers have been declining,” Hale said. Housing Outlook—Where Is the Market Headed in 2019? May 20, 2019 671 Views in Daily Dose, Data, Featured, News Share