Wilmington Youth Soccers Latest InTown Game Summaries

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below are Wilmington Youth Soccer in-town game summaries from Saturday, May 12, 2018.Boys Grade 2 Games:Columbus Crew vs. New York Red Bulls:The Columbus Crew would not back down from this back and forth match. The offensive pressure from Griffin Crowe, Matthew Lawler, Sanjeev Puvanendrakumar and Nathan DiSchino brought the crowd to a frenzy. A spectacular display of defensive skills was shown by Jonathan Poulose and Tristan DeHart. In addition, the midfield play of Marcus Dawson, Scott Anderson and Bijon Pourshadi kept constant pressure on the opponent’s net. The goalkeeping tandem of Christopher Cali and Brendan Cohen made timely saves, standing strong the entire match.DC United vs. New England Revolution:The air was full of excitement, as the much-anticipated match between DC United and New England Revolution commenced. Fantastic ball skills were displayed by Caden Merritt and Ryan Fitzgerald resulting in goals by Garrett Lanagan, Chase Daly, Jake Gryglik, and Connor Jamieson. The midfield and defensive play of Ryan Hudd, David Poulose, Ryan Fitzgerald, Jacob McGahey and Jacob Afthim kept DC United in excellent shape. The crowd roared to their feet when Caden Merritt, Chase Daly, Jacob Afthim and Ryan Fitzgerald made some spectacular saves.Girls Grade 2 Games:Chicago Red Stars v. Orlando Pride:Proving they were also World Cup Competitors Ava Szczesuil and Georgia Hanson scored for the Orlando Pride in this hard fought game. Anna Ward, Emily Laquidara and Jacqueline Warren added the offensive punch and Courtney Perkins, Julie McMullen and Chloe Stryhalaeck held up the defense. It was an outstanding team effort capped off with great goal keeping by birthday girl Hanna Hadzic and Georgia Hanson.Houston Dash vs. Chicago Red Stars:Top-Notch play kept people watching this one. Excellent offensive plays by Julia Navarro, Molly Kenney and Niamh McNeil applied heavy pressure causing the NC Courage to back pedal. Defensive positioning by Olivia Long and Abigail O’Donoghue fended off any threat that came thru making it tough for the Courage. The goalkeepers also played a great game in net, keeping the game in hand. Boys Grade 1 Games:Philadelphia Union vs. Houston Dynamo:The crowd was kept on the edge of their seats this week as the Philadelphia Union, led by the offensive skills of Michael Belanger and Cameron Jones resulted in scoring opportunities by Davio Dicenso and Sean Marzani. The defense was not to be left out of this one either as Andrew Poyant kept the ball out of their zone for much of the game.Chicago Fire vs. D.C. United:The air was full of excitement, as the much-anticipated match between Chicago Fire and D.C. United commenced. Fantastic ball skill were displayed by Benjamin Card and Matthew Roque resulting in goals by Jacob Schoenholtz, Nathan Ricciarelli and Lucas Pereira.  The midfield and defensive play of all players kept the Chicago Fire in excellent shape. Top-Notch play kept people watching this one.Girls Grade 1 Games:NC Courage vs. Portland Thorns:The NC Courage’s Emily Falk, Allaina Holman and Isabella DeOliveira stayed on their toes creating many scoring opportunities. The play of Olivia Howie, Alaina Roy, Olivia Smith shut down the other end of the field on defense that set the tone for this game.Columbus Crew vs. Houston Dash:Proving they were also World Cup Competitors Kaitlin Pryse, Taylor O’Connell, Emily Ruzzo and Taylor Stone scored for the Houston Dash in this hard-fought game. Grace Daley and Kiera Barry, added the offensive punch and Olivia Marasca and Bridget Bloom held up the defense. It was an outstanding team effort.Boys Kinder Games:Seattle Sounders vs. Philadelphia Union:The Philadelphia Union would not back down from this back and forth match. Goals by Charlie Kennedy (2), Rowan Norton, Brody Aprile, and Declan Riley brought the crowd to a frenzy. A spectacular display of defensive skills was shown by Mikey Doucette and Maxwell Madore. In addition, the midfield play of Connor Mangini and Andrew Power kept constant pressure on the opponent’s net. Girls Kinder Games:Orlando Pride vs. NC CourageThe crowd was kept on the edge of their seats this week as the Orlando Pride, led by the offensive skills of Alaina Wang, Kyla Pereira, Sofia Gomez and Sofia DeLucia resulted in scoring opportunities by Maeve Hennigan, Aubrey Coyne and Adalyn Maloney. The defense was not to be left out of this one either as Abigail Coyne and Olivia Downing kept the ball out of their zone for much of the game.Pre-K Girls Games:Harvard vs. NortheasternThe crowds gathered at the Shawsheen fields for this back and forth game. The Harvard led by Sophia Rocco, Quinn Moulden and Parker Pryse got the crowd jumping out of their seats. Brooke Spirito and Paityn Loughran led the scoring charge, while the great defensive effort of Olivia Contarino and Lily Falk kept the action going.Boston College vs. Boston University:The crowd was kept on the edge of their seats this week as Boston College, led by the offensive skills of Sofia Hunt, Amara Chimwanda  Katie Downing and Grace Connolly resulted in scoring opportunities by McKinleigh Frizol, Lillian Bastien. The defense was not to be left out of this one either as Emily Lane, Emilia Gregorio Ariana LaRosee and Madelyn Peltz kept the ball out of their zone for much of the game.(NOTE: The above game summaries were submitted by Wilmington Youth Soccer.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWilmington Youth Soccer’s Latest In-Town Game SummariesIn “Sports”Wilmington Youth Soccer’s Latest In-Town Game SummariesIn “Sports”Wilmington Youth Soccer’s Latest In-Town Game Summaries (May 1)In “Sports”last_img read more

Good Omens review Devilish David Tennant a hell of a lot of

first_img1:13 Now playing: Watch this: Comment Apart from that, though, the cast is rounded out by familiar faces injecting energy into even the smallest parts. Michael McKean manages to find pathos under a wildly veering Scottish accent, Jon Hamm brings glossy-eyed cynicism to the blandly self-righteous angel Gabriel and Mireille Enos gleefully vamps it up as one of the four motorcyclists of the apocalypse. But most of all there are Sheen and Tennant, bouncing Pratchett and Gaiman’s words off each other beautifully.Irreverent and cheekily amoral, Good Omens can be slow in places, but two divine central performances make it a heavenly good time. It’s the end of the world as we know it, and I feel Prime. In Amazon Prime Video’s apocalyptic new miniseries Good Omens, it may be the end of days, but David Tennant and Michael Sheen vamp it up like there’s no tomorrow. Enlarge ImageGood Omens’ release date is May 31 on Amazon Prime Video. Amazon Good Omens is streaming on Amazon now. The six-episode miniseries, based on a 1990 comic fantasy novel by Neil Gaiman and the late Terry Pratchett, is adapted by Gaiman in accordance with Pratchett’s final wishes.An irreverent tale of angelic intrigue in which Sheen and Tennant are servants of heaven and hell minding their own business on Earth during a celestial cold war. Devilishly funny in places while cozily meandering in others, the series earns its wings thanks to their heavenly double act.Sheen’s prim seraphim and Tennant’s debauched devil are mobilized to bring about the apocalypse when the Antichrist is born in contemporary England — except an admin error by satanic nuns delivers the bringer of darkness to the wrong family. Now who knows if the world will end on time?Angel and demon join forces as a motley collection of angels, devils and witches seek out the erstwhile Antichrist. Highlights of the freewheeling comedy that follows include surreal animated asides about angels dancing on the head of a pin, a witch hurrying along her own burning and the sight of Tennant just generally striding about like he owns the place.As the show romps through human history from the Garden of Eden to the swinging ’60s, the former Doctor Who steals the show as slinky demon Crowley. A snake-hipped combination of Bill Nighy and Keith Richards, Tennant offers serpentine oomph whether he’s sinking into the depths of demonic despair, engulfed by flame or dressing up as a Mary Poppins-style nanny — practically perfidious in every way. 1 50 Photos Share your voice TV and Movies Good Omens brings the End Times to SXSW 2:20 2019 TV shows you can’t misscenter_img The voiceover is just one of the things that makes the show feel kind of slow. The music and editing and a few narrative choices contribute to a general lack of urgency: Considering the show is literally counting down to the end of the world, it’s bizarre there’s so little sense of impending doom.The main problem is that we’re way ahead of the characters in their quest. We know where the Antichrist is, which makes the other characters’ investigations and revelations feel a bit circuitious. And when we do reach the end of the countdown, it’s a bit of an Antichrist anticlimax.It doesn’t help that a limp Jack Whitehall and blank Adria Arjona have zero chemistry in what should be a sizzling pairing of witchfinder and witch. This louche Lucifer has adapted well to the modern world, crashing mobile networks and diverting motorways into the shape of demonic sigils, and he begins to think armageddon might not be such a great idea after all. Sheen’s nervy angel Aziraphale shares Crowley’s concerns: He loves sushi and rare books and can’t understand why heaven is so keen to go to war. Sheen’s Aziraphale is a less showy part than Tennant’s Crowley, but the unfailingly decent angel is the gentle heart of the story. good-omens-amazon-tennant-sheen-goodomens-103-02736-rt2-fnlEnlarge ImageSheen and Tennant have fun in a succession of divine period costumes. Chris Raphael Pratchett and Gaiman’s 1990 novel mirrored the images of its much-loved authors in the lead characters of gentle Aziraphale and black-clad Crowley and in its cheery turn of phrase underpinned with a streak of jet-black humor. With the average goth’s favorite scribe Gaiman writing the TV adaptation, you expect it to lean toward a darker tone. But if anything, it could be darker. While blackly comic in places, Amazon’s Good Omens feels downright cuddly compared with, say, the outrageous treatment of similar metaphysical subjects in Preacher. A love of language shines through the masterful writing of both Gaiman and Pratchett. Unfortunately, the TV adaptation clings to the book’s text, translating it into a clunky and intrusive voiceover. Look, I’ve loved the novel and its delightful wordplay from the moment I first read it as a teenager. But television is a visual medium, and the wordplay-based jokes that can only be done in a voiceover, as amusing as they are, don’t make up for the constant interruption by momentum-killing explanation. Tags 2:20 Originally published May 20. Now playing: Watch this: Amazon’s Good Omens cast talks bad bosses and bureaucracy Amazon Prime Amazon TV show reviews Amazon’s Good Omens cast talks bad bosses and bureaucracy Now playing: Watch this:last_img read more

Sex tech startups protest outside Facebook over banning of ads

first_img CES 2019: Sex tech is everywhere and nowhere Now playing: Watch this: Startups Facebook Sex Tech 19:34 0 Mobile Tech Industry Culture Mobile Apps Wellness The protestors brought posters showing rejected ads.  Dame Products/Unbound Supporters, founders and employees of sex tech and women’s wellness startups like Dame Products and Unbound Babes assembled outside Facebook’s New York office Wednesday. The crowd protested the social media site’s policies, which don’t let the companies run ads for their products.  Polly Rodriguez, CEO and co-founder of Unbound Babes, told CNET the event had a turnout of 40 to 50 founders, activists and educators. “Our goal was to raise awareness … and I feel pretty strongly we did just that,” Rodriguez said in an emailed statement. Tags Alexandra Fine, CEO and co-founder of Dame Products, added that the inability to advertise “created a great deal of drag on our mission.” “Advertising is a necessary and important part of connecting people to valuable solutions,” she said Wednesday. “There are millions of people who stand to improve their lives with our products, and they will have no idea we exist until we’re allowed to make contact with them. This doesn’t just impact a few businesses — it impacts the health and happiness of everyone who has sex.” The protests were along the lines of the Approved, Not Approved website that the two startups launched earlier this month. Approved, Not Approved is a game that lets you guess whether an advertisement was OK’d for public consumption.  img-9735-1 Dame Products / Unbound In June, Dame Products also sued the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority for rejecting its ads for vibrators.  The sex tech protest isn’t the first protest Facebook’s New York office has seen. In June, dozens of anticensorship activists shed their clothes to protest the social media site’s nudity rules. In the wake of the protest, Facebook began talks with the activists over a compromise.The social media site appears to be taking the same approach this time. “We have had open lines of communication with both companies about our policies and are always taking feedback. We are working to further clarify our policies in this space in the near future,” a Facebook spokesperson said in an email.  Facebook also pointed out its advertising policy that refers to adult products and services. The policy says ads can’t promote any adult products and services apart from family planning and contraception. In the case of contraceptives, the ad must focus on the “contraceptive features” of the product and not “sexual pleasure or sexual enhancement.” The ad also has to be targeted to users 18 years or older. Post a comment Share your voice Turned On Today a group of female founders protested in front of Facebook’s NYC office to raise awareness on the double standard in their ad policies. Head over to https://t.co/gKBK0mB7kq to see for yourself. https://t.co/QXXn59s1MF via @qz https://t.co/6GzkjhBlGv— Polly Rodriguez (@polly_claire) July 31, 2019last_img read more

Lightning bang kills minor boy

first_imgLightning strikeA one-year old boy was killed after being hit by a bang caused by thunderbolt in Baluigasa village of Satkhira’s Sadar upazila on Saturday.The deceased was Bilal Hossain, son of Md Ibrahim Hossain Khokon of the village.Officer-in-charge of Sadar police station Maruf Ahmed said that the child died on the way to a nearby hospital after he had fallen sick hearing the sound of the lightning strike.last_img

Nepalese man held with snake venom worth over Rs 1 crore

first_imgDarjeeling: The Sashashtra Seema Bal (SSB) apprehended a Nepalese citizen trying to sneak in a jar of crystallised snake venom from the country worth more than Rs 1 crore. The person has been arrested and later remanded to two days police custody by a Siliguri Court.The incident occurred on Thursday evening at Panitanki, the Indo-Nepal border near Siliguri. Troopers of the 41 Battalion of SSB were manning the Border OutPost when they saw the person acting suspiciously. He had crossed over from Nepal. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseHe was then questioned by the SSB and then frisked. A bag was then recovered from the man, identified as 49-year-old Bal Bahadur Yava. Inside the bag they found a jar of snake venom. He is a resident of Jhapa, Nepal. Later, Yava was handed over to the police at Khoribari police station. Booked under Section 51 of the Wildlife Protection Act, he was produced at the ACJM Court in Siliguri on Friday. “His bail prayer was rejected and he has been remanded to two days police custody,” stated Sudip Rai Basunia, Assistant Public Prosecutor, Siliguri. The bullet-proof glass jar bore labels of Red Dragon (the name of the company) and Made in France. The jar is being sent to Haffkine Institute, Mumbai for tests. It may be mentioned that since 2015, multiple jars of snake venom have been recovered from this region.last_img read more

Bratya inaugurates 26th West Bengal State Science and Technology Congress

first_imgKolkata: While inaugurating the 26th West Bengal State Science and Technology Congress on the occasion of National Science Day, Bengal Science, Technology and Biotechnology minister Bratya Basu said ‘science without proof’ is running rampant in India, in which attempts are also being made to pass off superstitious beliefs as science.”In recent times, superstitious beliefs such as claims of plastic surgery of Ganesha or test tube baby of Gandhari or a Pushpak udaan from Ayodhya to Sri Lanka have become a matter of concern for people in this country, to the point that research is being done on such beliefs. This is a matter of great regret to me,” said Basu. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseHe further said: “Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee wants to encourage a scientific way of thinking in every corner of the state. So, the government is organising science meets not only at the state level but also at the regional level. This year, we have already hosted three regional science and technology meets, where around 1,300 research papers were submitted and out of them, 160 have been selected and will be taken for the state meet.” The two-day science and technology congress, which is being organised by the department of Science, Technology and Biotechnology at Science City, will witness a plethora of experts who will deliver lectures on various subjects, as well as panel discussions. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataBasu also inaugurated a children’s science pavilion at the meet and said it is important to foster young scientific minds as they have the potential to become the next Satyendra Nath Bose, Prafulla Chandra Ray or Acharya Jagadish Chandra Basu. For the past 32 years, the National Science Day is observed every year across the country on this day, as a tribute to famous Indian scientist Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman, also known as C V Raman, who discovered the Raman Effect. Sourav Pal, director of Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata, who was also present at the inauguration ceremony, said: “We need to remember C V Raman on this day for his contributions to the world of science and also to the Indian scientific community.”last_img read more