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Phish | Alpine Valley Music Theatre | Elkhorn, WI | 7/14/19 | Photos: Keith Griner Load remaining images Tonight (Tuesday, July 14th), Phish will air their standout show at Alpine Valley Music Theatre in East Troy, WI from July 14th, 2019 as the sixteenth episode of their ongoing archival webcast/cooking series, Dinner and a Movie. Tune in below at 8:30 p.m. ET and scroll down to follow along with our 7/14/19 Stream Companion.Phish Dinner and a Movie Episode 16: 7/14/19, Alpine Valley Music Theatre [Full Show]The sixteenth episode of Dinner and a Movie follows the 8/31/12 “F— Your Face” show, the 7/27/14 Merriweather “Tweezerfest”, the 7/25/17’s Baker’s Dozen “Jam-Filled” night, Magnaball night two (8/22/15), last year’s first night at Mohegan Sun (7/9/19), the first night of the band’s 2016 Halloween run in Las Vegas (10/28/16), the final night of 2017’s Mexican destination event (1/15/17), the band’s first of three nights in Alpharetta, GA in 2018 (8/3/18), the out-there 1997 U.S. tour opener featuring a guest appearance by LeRoi Moore of Dave Matthews Band (7/21/97), the improv-heavy second night of their 2018 Madison Square Garden New Year’s run (12/29/18), 2013’s Friday night at The Gorge (7/26/13), the band’s 1995 debut at Deer Creek Music Center (6/19/95), the fiery Wednesday night at The Mann in 2015 (8/12/15), an evening at the iconic Greek Theatre in Berkeley, CA from 2010 (8/7/10), and an “avant-garde” set two video from Northampton, MA back in 1989 (5/1/89).While last week’s dive into the archives marked the oldest show to be featured on Dinner and a Movie so far, this week brings us our “newest” offering: the tour closer from last year’s summer trek (not counting the plague-plagued Dick’s run over Labor Day Weekend a few weeks later).Aside from the Mexico show/taco combo served up for the sixth episode of the series on Cinco de Mayo and the setbreak Zoom call to announce the release of Sigma Oasis during episode two, these weekly streams haven’t corresponded to our actual timeline. They’ve been momentary trips down memory lane, regular opportunities to escape reality and relive a moment in time as a community. This week’s stream, however, feels tethered to real-time in a number of ways.This marks the first episode of Dinner and a Movie to take place on the show’s actual anniversary: exactly one year ago today, Phish and their fans were at Alpine wrapping up an eventful summer on the road with the last of three nights at this storied venue. Today, July 14th, was also supposed to be the first day of this summer’s tour, initially set to kick off in Eugene, OR before the coronavirus decimated the 2020’s live music schedule.Then, of course, there’s the buzz du jour about the fact that the members of the band appear to have gathered at The Barn for the first time since the lockdowns began. Though the band members have noted on various occasions that they don’t normally partake in the archival streams, there’s a very real possibility that Trey Anastasio, Mike Gordon, Jon Fishman, and Page McConnell could be tuning in with us from the same room this evening. Maybe they just finished jamming. Maybe they just wrote your new favorite song. It would have been difficult for fans to immerse then themselves in a bygone moment in time when it looks like Phish is making real moves right now.Instead, we get the near-consensus (all apologies to Camden N3) reigning “show of the summer,” a stream that doesn’t lament the lost experiences we might have had this coming month but rather celebrates the fact that you can still see magic like this in the rearview—no matter how endless 2020 may have felt so far. 2020 is a strange passage in Phish’s story, but last summer wasn’t really all that long ago and, with Phish at the Barn, we can take solace in knowing that more good things lie ahead.[Via Reddit user TwentySeventh]Now, on to the show itself. There’s plenty to dig into on this one. First, let’s talk bust-outs. Much like the band’s Alpine finale in 2015, the first set of this show was packed with rarities. “The Landlady” opened set one with its first appearance in 122 shows. “Olivia’s Pool” came next, notching its first appearance since 1997. That one, in particular, was so obscure that it even faked out the Phish From The Road setlist team, who initially called it as “Shafty”—the re-arranged version of the tune that appeared on The Story of the Ghost.The rarities kept coming with “The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday > Avenu Malkenu > The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday” (first in 147 shows), “Spock’s Brain” (second in 454 shows), “Pebbles and Marbles” (second since 2017), “Glide” (first since 2017), and “Strange Design” (first since 2016). Stir in a Ghosts of the Forest rocker (“About To Run”) and some fan-favorites (“Meatstick”, “Vultures”, and “I Didn’t Know”), sprinkle with a pinch of Led Zeppelin, and you’re ready to serve up one of the strongest first sets in recent memory.While the bust-outs were the focal point of set one, improv and Phish-y antics took the spotlight during set two. The set opened with “Mercury”, followed by the centerpiece jam of the show and the tour as a whole on “Ruby Waves”. The Alpine “Ruby Waves”, as it will forever be known, marked the longest jam of the 3.0 era and the seventh-longest Phish jam ever. It wasn’t just “long” either—it was fantastic.Plenty of words have been written about this “Ruby Waves”, and since you’re about to watch it yourself, we won’t go into too much detail here. Instead, a story: According to Trey, “Ruby Waves” was not even supposed to be the biggest jam of set. As the guitarist explained on Episode 4 of the wonderful Long May They Run podcast (which anyone reading a Phish Stream Companion is bound to enjoy),It just happened at Alpine Valley where the last night of the summer tour, we do soundcheck and I’m like, ‘Man, we should do like six songs … this song we haven’t played in so long, what songs haven’t we played in a long time? Let’s go back to the practice room!’ This is where I get so proud to be in this band. Everybody’s just right back, laughing, learning these songs after a three-night run, after a whole summer tour. Anybody else would be tired, and everybody was backstage and we’re learning, like, ‘Olivia’s Pool’ and these songs we haven’t done since like, 20 years, you know what I mean?And then, we were gonna open the second set with ‘Mercury’, which is a song we all really like, and we kinda opened the door to doing this big jam on the new song, ‘Mercury’—and it just didn’t happen. We thought that was gonna be the big jam. And then, all of a sudden, we started playing this song from Ghosts of the Forest, which is brand new [“Ruby Waves”], and it’s, like, the most open-ended, big song of the whole summer. It was the jam of the summer, and none of us had any inkling that that was going to happen. … We’re doing this song that I think we had played maybe once, and it has so much to do with the friendship of the band and so much to do with the trust that goes on between band members, which is off the charts now, in all four directions.Though the obvious highlight was the “Ruby Waves”, the show continued with fluidity as the band moved through “Twist” and “Swept Away” > “Steep” before landing in Kasvot Växt rocker “Death Don’t Hurt Very Long”.That particularly deranged rendition of “DDHVL” gave rise to some highly rewarding antics that lasted the rest of the show, and much of that bizarre tangent stemmed from Trey’s “drooling.” The guitarist’s inability to control his saliva propelled the band into the great, knowledgable, almighty “Icculus” (featuring a “Buffalo Bill” interlude). As with any “Icculus”, there’s a lot to unpack here. Thankfully, we’ve got you covered with a thorough examination of this “Icculus”, Trey’s drooling habit, and the band’s history of teasing him about, On Phish’s Trey Anastasio, Drooling, & That Alpine “Icculus”.The fun didn’t stop there (yep, just one of those shows), as the band launched into their signature composition, “You Enjoy Myself”. Already an apt assessment of the band’s thoughts toward this particular show, this “YEM” featured plenty of bonus shenanigans including a detour through “Catapult” and a seemingly out-of-place “Contact”, which Trey explained was dedicated to a couple he’d met earlier in the day who said they would get engaged if the Phish played “Contact” at Alpine that night. Had to sneak it in. Love conquers all and whatnot.With time for a couple more, the band returned to encore with “More” and the “Tweezer Reprise” owed for the first set “Tweezer” from the first night of the run.This kind of show is what keeps fans going back again and again. While we can’t all congregate this summer, don’t forget that this magic is still alive and well—and not so far behind us. Enjoy it, everyone.Below, check out some photos from the show courtesy of photographer Keith Griner.Setlist: Phish | Alpine Valley Music Theatre | East Troy, WI | 7/14/19Set One: The Landlady, Olivia’s Pool, The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday > Avenu Malkenu > The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday > Meatstick, Vultures, Spock’s Brain, Pebbles and Marbles, Glide, About to Run, Strange Design > Timber (Jerry The Mule) > I Didn’t Know, Good Times Bad TimesSet Two: Mercury > Ruby Waves > Twist > Swept Away > Steep > Death Don’t Hurt Very Long, Icculus, Buffalo Bill, Icculus Reprise, You Enjoy Myself -> Catapult > Contact > You Enjoy MyselfENCORE: More > Tweezer RepriseThis show featured several bustouts: The Landlady (first since July 10, 2016, or 122 shows), Olivia’s Pool (November 17, 1997, or 692 shows), The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday and Avenu Malkenu (August 21, 2015, or 147 shows), Strange Design (July 8, 2016, or 124 shows), Icculus (December 31, 2013, or 210 shows), and Catapult (July 27, 2014, or 191 shows). Trey teased Funiculi Funicula in Vultures. Trey teased Dave’s Energy Guide in Ruby Waves. Prior to Contact, Trey mentioned meeting a couple in his hotel lobby the day before where the man said he would propose to his girlfriend if Mike sang Contact on Sunday night at Alpine Valley. Trey teased Bridal Chorus at the end of Contact.
In Memoriam In Memoriam Harvey Alan Abrams, Tallahassee Admitted 1986; Died April 26, 2015 Charlene Edith Alberts, Edgewater, MD Admitted 1970; Died December 3, 2015 Richard Lee Buckle, Bradenton Admitted 1973; Died October 13, 2015 Macdonald Clark, Ft. Lauderdale Admitted 1980; Died December 11, 2015 David Crosby Clark, Jr., Port St. Lucie Admitted 1955; Died December 24, 2015 Christopher Chad Cronon, Orlando Admitted 2000; Died December 20, 2015 David P. Galison, Mineola, NY Admitted 1998; Died March 20, 2015 Bruno Louis Di Giulian, Coral Springs Admitted 1957; Died December 6, 2015 Robert Easton Godwin, Memphis, TN Admitted 1974; Died December 4, 2015 Marc Allan Gordon, Plantation Admitted 1974; Died December 16, 2015 Jacqueline R. Griffin, Winter Park Admitted 1975; Died September 10, 2015 Peter W. Herzog, Jr., St. Louis, MO Admitted 1980; Died November 8, 2015 Shelby Highsmith, Highlands, NC Admitted 1958; Died December 2, 2015 Norman Edward Jacobson, Osprey Admitted 1971; Died November 22, 2015 Phillip Michael Manning, Jr., Delray Beach Admitted 1977; Died December 2, 2015 Fred Walter Mattlin, Boca Raton Admitted 1982; Died November 23, 2015 James P. McDonald, Ft. Lauderdale Admitted 1977; Died October 3, 2015 Howell W. Melton, St. Augustine Admitted 1948; Died December 18, 2015 Edward Joseph O’Hare, Coral Springs Admitted 1981; Died July 10, 2015 R. Hudson Olliff, Jacksonville Admitted 1952; Died December 8, 2015 Peggy Elizabeth Ready, St. Augustine Admitted 1980; Died November 15, 2015 John D. Richardson, Tequesta Admitted 2010; Died October 8, 2015 Sheldon J. Schlesinger, Ft. Lauderdale Admitted 1955; Died December 2, 2015 Leander J. Shaw, Jr., Tallahassee Admitted 1960; Died December 14, 2015 Cyril Toker, Ponte Vedra Beach Admitted 2000; Died August 8, 2015 Elaine Martha Williams, Daytona Beach Admitted 1979; Died October 27, 2015 Christian Kiely Winicki, Jacksonville Admitted 2006; Died October 15, 2015 March 1, 2016 In Memoriam
Danish defender Andreas Christensen, 18, makes his first-team debut for Chelsea in their Capital One Cup tie at Shrewsbury.Nathan Ake is also in the starting line-up, while fellow Blues youngsters Lewis Baker and Isaiah Brown are among the substitutes. Didier Drogba is captain. Chelsea: Cech; Christensen, Zouma, Cahill, Filipe Luis; Mikel, Ake; Salah, Oscar, Schurrle; Drogba.Subs: Schwarzer, Terry, Matic, Baker, Willian, Hazard, Brown.AdChoices广告Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
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Irish comedian, Al Porter was joined by a host of top Irish jockeys and trainers for the launch and said: “I really cannot wait for this day now. Today was my first at a race meeting and the only bet I had before today was my Bette Midler and Davis albums. All the comedians are buzzing about this really novel event and we have an unforgettable day planned for those in attendance. We have mock bookies, parade ring interviews, comedy commentary and pop-up stand up shows. The line-up of comedians is simply breath-taking, aside from the brilliant Al Porter we also have from Ireland, Hector, Jason Byrne, Barry Murphy and Waterford Whispers News to name but a few and international stars such as Jason Manford and Adam Hills. Tickets are already flying for this event so I would recommend early purchase for what will be an unforgettable occasion.”Naoise Nunn, of The Cat Laughs Festival, said: “This has been a plan for some time now and we are really excited to be bringing our festival to our local track. The Cat laughs Festival is celebrating its 22nd year in 2016 and to partner up with Gowran Park in its 102nd year is a really exciting prospect. We are basically bringing together the two things the Irish do best, comedy and horse racing.”Tickets are on sale now at www.thecatlaughs.com or call Gowran Park box office on 056 77 26225. Tickets are priced at €15 per adult with under 18s accompanied by an adult free of charge. Watch www.thecatlaughs and www.gowranpark.ie for updates and info.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Gowran Park has announced a new and exciting partnership with the world famous Kilkenny Cat Laughs Festival for 2016. This will incorporate the best of the comedy world with a full seven race card on Monday June 6th. Eddie Scally, General Manager of Gowran Park, speaking at the launch said: “I am delighted that Horse Racing Ireland has supported this new initiative by providing us with a race meeting to coincide with the 2016 Kilkenny Cat Laughs Festival. With the expected usual influx of tourists to the city for the festival on the June Bank Holiday weekend we are expecting a bumper crowd to enjoy a feast of racing and comedy at our track on the Monday. We, like all tracks are constantly trying to improve the offering to our racing public and I feel this will offer both exceptional value for money and a brilliant family day out.”
After the game, Tralee head coach Pat Price said,“Offensively it was difficult for both teams to get into a flow but we feltthat our defence would be able to help create some offence with forcingturnovers. We’re happy to get through a game that lacked flow against a teamthat are as good as Templeogue.” Garvey’s Tralee Warriors recorded a huge 77-68victory over Griffith College Templeogue in the Sports Complex in Tralee onSaturday. In a much-anticipated game, Tralee came into the game with a recordof 2-2 while Templeogue were 2-1. Tralee’s Jonathan put up an impressive20-point display in front of the home crowd. Eoin Quigley and Paul Dick supportedLawton with 16 and 15 points respectively. Templeogue were led by last year’sPlayer of the Year Jason Killeen who had 17 points in what was a thrilling gamethroughout. UCD Marian emerged victorious, 77-89 over Maree in agame that saw the lead change multiple times for stretches during the game. UCDgot off to a hot start through scores from Aidan Dunne before Maree took thelead just before the end of the first half. The third quarter saw Maree takethe lead for a period as they made consecutive scores forcing UCD to call twotimeouts. Darin Johnson and Eoin Rockall made some impressive scores for Mareebefore UCD took over towards the end of the game, behind 23 points from MikeGarrow, to carry out the victory.Speaking after the game, UCD Marian head coachIoannis Liapakis said, “It’s always tough to come to Maree so we knew it wasgoing to be a difficult game. We controlled the first quarter and in the secondthey switched to a zone which gave us some problems but we managed to find theanswers and come away with the win.”Elsewhere in the league, an impressive 25-pointperformance from CJ Fulton led Belfast Star to a 76-68 victory over Moycullenin Belfast. The game was close throughout with Moycullen’s Grant Olssonfinishing with 24 points as Star pulled away towards the finish.Pyrobel Killester recorded a narrow 67-70 overwinless Abbey Seals Dublin Lions in a Dublin derby. Killester were led by TomasFernandez who finished with a massive 27 points. Killester’s Antonio Odunugasuffered an injury before the game, leaving them down a player. Lions were ledby Conroy Baltimore with 17 points as they are still in search for their firstwin of the season.Finally, DCU Saints defeated Keane’s SuperValuKillorglin 85-70 behind a 21-point performance from Michael Bonaparte.Killorglin’s Allan Thomas led his side with 26 points as they tried in vain tochase DCU’s lead after a scoring run in the second half.In the Women’s Super League, DCU Mercy continuedtheir unbeaten run, defeating IT Carlow Basketball 56-89 in a comprehensivevictory. Sarah Woods finished with 25 points for DCU, with Meredith Burkhallfollowing closely behind her with 20 points. Carlow were led by Kaitlyn Slaguswho finished with 25 points also. DCU held a 26-42 lead at half time and didnot let the game slip away as they maintained their lead through the secondhalf. DCU’s victory leaves Carlow without a win yet this season.Speaking after the game, DCU Mercy head coach MarkIngle said, “It was a good team performance from us with some balanced scoring.We executed quite well against their zonal defence and we’re happy with thewin.”Elsewhere in the league, Fr Mathews defeatedAmbassador UCC Glanmire, 65-79 in the Cork derby on Friday evening. Mathews’Shannon Brady and Grainne Dwyer combined for 51 points, while Shrita Parker had17 points for Glanmire in a losing battle.WIT Wildcats defeated Pyrobel Killester 71-66 tocontinue their good start to the season. Stephanie O’Shea chimed in forWildcats with 18 points while Killester’s Adella Randle El contributed 23points for her side. Wildcats held the same five-point advantage at half timethat they did at full time in what was a close affair.Defending champions Liffey Celtics defeatedSingleton SuperValu Brunell 76-70, led by Americans Kylee Smith and DarbyMaggard who combined for a massive 54 points, while Brunell’s leading scorerwas Greta Tamasanskaite with 17 points. Liffey had a slim 37-36 advantage athalf time before maintaining that lead in the second half.Finally, Maree continued their good start to theirdebut season, with a 54-73 victory over Marble City Hawks. This win leavesHawks winless so far this season after an impressive game from Maree’s AineMcDonagh who finished with 18 points.BasketballIreland Men’s Division OneLYIT Donegal continued their great start to theleague with a 94-84 point win at home Saturday afternoon against their NorthWest rivals EJ Sligo All-Stars. The Sligo side managed to keep the game closethroughout with a fantastic scoring outing from Alvero Romo who tallied 34points, but LYIT had an answer to every scoring run from the All-Stars. MannyPayton, 29 points and Dom Uhl, 21 points were enough to keep the All-Stars atbay as LYIT Donegal remain undefeated. Tradehouse Central Ballincollig remain top of theleague and undefeated with a 64-84 away win over Waterford Vikings. The Corkside got off to an early lead and didn’t let it go. There was balanced scoringacross the team for Ballincollig, but the stand out performance was from CiaranO’Sullivan who scored 28 points. The Vikings battled hard throughout and aprolific scoring performance from Michael Grassey (35 points) was not enough toget the Waterford side back in the game.Ulster University got the win at home Saturdayafternoon against McGowans Tolka Rovers, running out 87-79 point winners. Thegame started off close, but Ulster managed to create a 45-38 point lead at thehalf. Tolka rallied back, going into the fourth quarter they were down just63-60. Ulster managed to extend their lead in the fourth quarter with the helpof Kadeem Smithen (25 points) and leave Tolka Rovers searching for their firstwin of the season.IT Carlow Basketball got a 98-84 win over LimerickCeltics in a closely fought game. A strong showing from Jordan Fallon played akey role in the Carlow side getting the win. Limerick side kept in touchingdistance for most of the game due to the fantastic scoring performance fromCarlos Hortelano (40 points) and Kevin Oberweiser (32 points), as they enteredthe fourth quarter IT Carlow were able to keep the Celtics at arm’s lengththrough some nice scores from Kevin O’Donoghue and James Butler.Portlaoise Panthers lost out at home to ScottsLakers St Pauls Killarney. Aaron Jackson had a fantastic scoring outing for theKillarney outfit putting up 37 points. Lakers got an early 41-51 point lead at the half and the Panthersstruggled to match the scoring in the second half as Killarney got the 82-97win.BasketballIreland Women’s Division OneOvertime was needed to separate the winner betweenthe two unbeaten sides, Team Tom McCarthys St Marys and Trinity Meteors. Theteams were trading leads throughout the game, with Trinity holding a 31-37point lead at the half. Edel Thornton and Lauren Grigsby lead all scorers with23 a piece for the meteors, to keep the Dublin side in contention and to forceovertime. Despite this scoring ability it wasn’t enough as St Marys had scoringprowess of their own through Denise Dunlea and Lorraine Scanlon who tallied 19points each, the extra period ended 81-76 in favour of Team Tom McCarthys asthey top the Southern Conference.Ulster University remain undefeated after a home winover NUIG Mystics. Kollyns Scarborough was instrumental for the Ulster side asshe tallied 33 points in a fantastic performance. NUIG battled hard through thework of Karlee Alves and Rebecca Carmody but it wasn’t enough. The Ulster sideled throughout the game and managed to keep Mystics at arm’s length as they ranout 73-57 point winners.Swords Thunder got their first win of the season ina trip to Limerick as they took down the Celtics. Celtics also searching fortheir first win struggled from the start of the game, as Thunder gained anearly 10 point lead by the end of the first quarter. Balanced scoring from theSwords side helped build the lead throughout the game as it finished 56-82points.Griffith College Templeogue ran out impressive109-37-point winners over UL Huskies in Dublin Saturday evening. In what was adominant performance from Templeogue, Lynn Tunnah was top scorer with 19 pointsin an all-round strong team performance that places the south Dublin side topof the northern conference table.Portlaoise Panthers get the home 83-66 win overPhoenix Rockets Saturday. Rockets managed to keep the game close at the halfwith the score 36-32 points in favour of the home side. The game remained closegoing into the fourth quarter, due to Kayonna Lee 21 points keeping the Rocketsin contention. But Panthers put on a commanding display in the final quarter,with the help of Trudy Walker (20 points). Fabplus North West struggled against a travellingTipperary Knights team, the game started close with Tipperary having a narrow14-15 point lead at the end of the first quarter. Courtney Michelle Strait (27points) play helped spark a second quarter performance for the Knights thatcontinued to the rest of the game, Roise and Shelby Tobin performing well onboth ends of the floor helped cement the win. The North West side battled backin the fourth quarter through Clodagh Brennan (24 points) but it wasn’t enoughas the game finished 57-70.BasketballIreland Results October 18th-20thBasketballIreland Men’s Super League:Abbey Seals Dublin Lions 67-70 Pyrobel KillesterBelfast Star 76-68 MoycullenDCU Saints 85-70 Keanes Supervalu KillorglinGarvey’s Tralee Warriors 77-68 Griffith CollegeTempleogueMaree 77-89 UCD MarianBasketballIreland Women’s Super League: Ambassador UCC Glanmire 65-79 Fr MathewsIT Carlow Basketball 56-89 DCU MercyMarble City Hawks 54-73 Maree Maxol WIT Wildcats 71-66 Pyrobel KillesterLiffey Celtics 76-70 Singleton SuperValu BrunellBasketballIreland Men’s Division One: IT Carlow Basketball 98-84 Limerick CelticsUlster University 87-79 McGowans Tolka RoversLYIT Donegal 94-84 EJ Sligo All-StarsWaterford Vikings 68-84 Tradehouse CentralBallincolligPortlaoise Panthers 82-97 Scotts Lakers St PaulsKillarney BasketballIreland Women’s Division One: Fabplus North West 57-70 Tipperary KnightsUlster University 73-57 NUIG MysticsPortlaoise Panthers 83-66 Phoenix RocketsTeam Tom McCarthys St Marys 81-76 Trinity Meteors(after overtime) Limerick Celtics 56-82 Swords ThunderGriffith College Templeogue 109-37 UL HuskiesLimerick Celtics 67-68 Phoenix RocketsBasketballIreland U20 Men’s National League ResultsU20Men’s North EastAndersontown Tigers 66-82 Ongar ChasersSt Vincents 81-82 UCD Marian U20 Men’s SouthFr Mathews 83-75 Killorglin Cyms BCTralee Warriors 87-96 UCC DemonsU20Men’s South EastBallincollig 83-92 NeptunePortlaoise Panthers 75-64 Waterford VikingsU20Men’s WestMoycullen BC 64-40 Sligo All Stars BCTitans 86-69 UL EaglesBasketballIreland Detailed Results: October 12-13th 2019 BasketballIreland Super LeagueBelfast Star 76-68 MoycullenTop scorers Belfast Star: CJ Fulton 25, Aidan Quinn14, Keelan Cairns 10Top scorers Moycullen: Grant Olsson 24, Paul Kelly15, James Tummon 9Half time score: Belfast Star 45-35 MoycullenMaree 77-89 UCD MarianTop scorers Maree: Darin Johnson 18, Eoin Rockall16, Paul Freeman 16Top scorers UCD Marian: Mike Garrow 23, Barry Drumm19, Aidan Dunne 11, Mario Markowicz 11Half time score: Maree 39-42 UCD MarianBasketballIreland Women’s Super LeagueMarble City Hawks 54-73 Maree Top scorers Marble City Hawks: Cassidy Williams 25,Elaine Kennington 8, Katie Fox 8Top scorers Maree: Aine McDonagh 18, Carly McClendon15, Claire Rockall 14Half time score: Marble City Hawks 39-49 MareeBasketballIreland Women’s Division OneUlster University 73-57 NUIG MysticsTop scorers Ulster University: Kollyns Scarborough33, Lexi Posset 15, Alex Mulligan 9Top scorers NUIG Mystics: Karlee Alves 20, RebeccaCarmody 17, Joelle Pesaityte 7Half time score: Ulster University 42-28 NUIGMysticsprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
MAURICIO POCHETTINO has insisted everything is good at Tottenham despite the club losing their second Premier League match in a row.Pochettino’s side slipped to a 2-1 defeat at home to Liverpool to round off a miserable few weeks for the club on and off the pitch.2 Mauricio Pochettino insists everything is happy at Tottenham despite another damaging defeatCredit: PA:Empics SportThe Spurs boss had to start the season without any new players after the club failed to sign anyone, and then they saw their hopes of moving to their new stadium delayed.Then goalkeeper Hugo Lloris got caught drink-driving before they double defeats to Watford and Liverpool.But Pochettino said: “Is this a tough time? Listen, don’t worry about me!“I am so good, eh. I am so good. Don’t worry about me – you and the other people – don’t worry about me.2 Pochettino has urged fans not to worry about himself or the teamCredit: PA:Empics Sport“We need to worry about the real things. I am so good. I am so happy.”Liverpool were better. We competed, we were close, and the action at the end of the game was crazy and the challenge on Son at the end should have been a penalty. Then the result would have been different.”Of course I am disappointed with the result but we must keep working and improving. Today was a competitive game you can win or you can lose. There are lots of games ahead.”There are lots of things to assess and analyse – it’s early in the season and this is a moment to be cool and calm.Most read in footballRETRACING STEPSJack Charlton’s granddaughter Emma Wilkinson ‘would love’ to visit IrelandROY RAGEFurious Roy Keane launched foul-mouthed rant at Pique over Fabregas friendshipPicturedTOP FORMBrazil icon Ronaldo soaks up sun with partner Celina Locks on yacht in FormenteraPicturedON THE PAOLPaolo Maldini shows off shredded physique at 52 while on holiday with wifeExclusiveLOCK CLOWNPaul Scholes flouts local lockdown rules by throwing huge 7-hour birthday bashLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old Trafford“We started the season really well and we know this league is very difficult, especially after the World Cup.“It’s completely different if you compare to Chelsea or today Liverpool – that is why.“Before today I was relaxed and don’t worry and today I am relaxed and don’t worry. We are working hard and my confidence and the trust in the players is 200 per cent.”Pochettino now needs to lift his players before they begin their Champions League campaign with a trip to Inter Milan on Tuesday.
Share This!We’re back with everyone’s favorite theme park advent calendar: a daily countdown of our favorite drinks at Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando, and SeaWorld building anticipation to the Big Day. Criteria: Drinks can be alcoholic or nonalcoholic. Drinks can come from any venue on property. Bonus points awarded for atmosphere where the drink is served. Any drink with glow cubes is immediately disqualified. Ready? Let’s go!DAY Eighteen: Hog’s Tea at Hog’s Head Pub (Islands of Adventure)Hog’s Tea at the Hog’s Head Pub. (photo by Brandon Glover)–When Universal opened the Wizarding World of Harry Potter – Hogsmeade Village in 2010, it changed everything. It is one of the most immersive lands ever built. It has an attraction with a queue guests actually want to spend MORE time in. It even has another attraction in which merchandise actually chooses the guest (Ollivander’s wand experience may go down as the most ingenious theme park attraction of all time). But one of the biggest game changers is that Hogsmeade made it almost a prerequisite that new lands must come with a themed drink component. Butterbeer was such a smash hit that sales of it are rumored to have fully paid for the entire Wizarding World within six months. But it wasn’t the only new drink that opened with Hogsmeade, as Pumpkin Juice, Pumpkin Fizz, and Hog’s Head Brew also made their debut.One of our favorite drinks in Hogmeade is Hog’s Tea. One of the strongest, most potent drinks in all of Universal Orlando, Hog’s Tea is basically a Long Island Iced Tea (a combination of vodka, gin, rum, and tequila mixed with sour mix and soda). What makes the Hog’s Tea better than your average Long Island Iced Tea is that instead of cola, iced tea is used. Traditionally, raspberry tea is used but you can also choose sweet tea or unsweet tea (which makes the drink pretty tart). Ingredients: Vodka, gin, rum, tequila, sour mix and sweet tea.The Hog’s Head pub in Hogsmeade Village. (photo by Dani)The Hog’s Head.Lots of good beers on tap at the Hog’s Head including the Hog’s Head Ale (far left). (photo by Brandon Glover)–Previous Drinks of Christmas:DAY ONE: Polynesian Pearl at Trader Sam’s Grog GrottoDAY TWO: Dufftoberfest at Duff BreweryDAY THREE: Godiva Chocolate Martini at Mizner’s LoungeDAY FOUR: Blood Orange Side Car at Swizzle LoungeDAY FIVE: Imperial Pilsner at Morimoto AsiaDAY SIX: Smoking Gun at Emeril’s OrlandoDAY SEVEN: Mint Julep at BOATHOUSEDAY EIGHT: Bees Knees at The CowfishDAY NINE: Cool-headed Monkey at Jock Lindsey’s Hangar BarDAY TEN: 5 O’Clock Somewhere at Jimmy Buffett’s MargaritavilleDAY ELEVEN: Key West Kiss at Shark’s Underwater GrillDAY TWELVE: LeFou’s Brew at Gaston’s TavernDAY THIRTEEN: Himalayan Ghost at Thirsty River BarDAY FOURTEEN: Schweitzer Slush at Skipper CanteenDAY FIFTEEN: Dark & Tropical Stormy at Trader Sam’s Grog GrottoDAY SIXTEEN: Pear Cider with Firewhisky at Leaky CauldronDAY SEVENTEEN: Under the Florida Moon at The Wave… of American FlavorsInterested in theme park drinks? Then do we have a eBook for you! The Walt Disney World Bars and Lounges eGuide by Brian McNichols. Over 250 pages and containing well over 400 photos, this eGuide takes you through EVERY bar and lounge on WDW property (trust me, Brian has the kidneys problems to prove it!) Also included? Recipes for some of your favorite WDW drinks. Ratings, descriptions, and photos for each of the 70+ bars and lounges. Talk about the perfect Christmas present!Special thanks to crack staff photographer Brandon Glover, photo wunderkind Mike Sperduto, the always charming Dani of This Florida Life, and Fred Weasley’s widow Megan Stump for their invaluable assistance with this article. Be sure to also check out Brandon on The Park Blogger podcast with co-hosts Aengus Mackenzie and Brian Carey.You can always find Your Humble Author each week on the SATURDAY SIX, each month with the Disney Outlet Store Photo Report, and on Twitter (@derekburgan) producing original pieces of Burgan Fine Art™