No mo’ gnome problems for you.Fortnite Chapter 2, Season 3 is here with a twist. The map is almost completed covered with water, with rumors that the water level will diminish as the season goes on, revealing things that lay underneath the waterline. Where to find gnomes in Fortnite’s Homely HillsA player needs at least three gnomes to complete the challenge, and they all can be found in the northwest Homely Homes section of the map. A player needs just three to complete the challenge, but there are more in the surrounding area.Here are some of the known locations of the gnomes:One next to a rock outside of the yellow house on the east side of the area;One next to a tree near the road intersection just west of center in the area;One next to a grill outside the southwest-most red houseInside a select number of the houses. Fortnite Chapter 2, Season 3 map https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/e8/f4/fortnite-chapter-2-season-3-map_yeurmke402691qfire82v3ojg.png?t=-1032020542&w=500&quality=80Homely Hills is located in the northwest section of the Fortnite Season 3 map, one of the few sections that isn’t underwater. One of the first challenges for Season 3 is to acquire several different garden gnomes, needing just three to complete the challenge. You’ll be able to find the gnomes in Homely Hills, one of the sections untouched by the rising waters.Getting there is easy, but the locations are a bit tricky. Here’s what you need to know and where you need to go to acquire some sweet garden gnomes to complete the challenge.MORE FORTNITE TIPS:How to find the carsHow to ride and loot sharksCatty Corner vault locationFortnite map Chapter 2, Season 3 (Epic Games)
Martin Pedroza9612181713%49%$540,903 (Current Through Saturday, March 4, 2017 Inclusive) SUPERSTAR UNIQUE BELLA HEADED TO SANTA ANITA OAKS Jerry Hollendorfer’s newest superstar, 3-year-old filly Unique Bella, overcame a good dose of adversity in winning Saturday’s Grade III Santa Ysabel Stakes at 1 1/16 miles, winning her third consecutive graded stakes and her fourth race in a row under Mike Smith.Slower into stride than is her custom, the Pennsylvania-bred daughter of Tapit was quickly into contention while third at the rail into the Club House turn. At that point, Smith made the tactical decision to split horses at the seven furlong pole and Unique Bella then took command, but had to repel a serious challenge a furlong out from runner-up Abel Tasman, who was ridden by Joe Talamo.“Hats off to the winner, what a special filly she is, because like I said, I really had a lot of horse and we had a beautiful trip,” said Talamo, currently fifth in the rider standings with 18 wins. “The winner broke a little slow, which I was happy to see. I was so proud of my filly. I think she’s definitely going to move forward.”Despite repeated media queries regarding the possibility of her stepping onto the Santa Anita and Kentucky Derby trail, Hollendorfer was again steadfast in his resolve to get Unique Bella to the Grade I Santa Anita Oaks on April 8, with the next objective the Grade I Kentucky Oaks on May 5.“We’re just trying to do our best and she’s rewarding us,” said Hollendorfer following yesterday’s Santa Ysabel. “I don’t have any thoughts about running her against the boys, but some other folks do I guess. When I saw her coming into the lane, I felt that she was waiting on horses a little bit. Mike had to wave the stick at her a little but she responded right away. I wasn’t too worried.”So the stage is nearly set for Hollendorfer, who won last year’s Santa Anita Oaks with two-time Eclipse Champion Songbird, to pursue his second consecutive victory in the race originally known as the Santa Susana. Bob Baffert4696920%52%$902,111 ANSWER: At the bottom of today’s Finish Lines. BIG ‘CAP TRIVIA ANSWER: Seven horses have carried 130 pounds to victory in the Big ‘Cap; John Henry and Bill Shoemaker (1982), Spectacular Bid & Bill Shoemaker (1980), Ack Ack and Bill Shoemaker (1971), Round Table and Bill Shoemaker (1958), Mark-Ye-Well and Eddie Arcaro (1953), Thumbs Up and Johnny Longden (1945) and Seabiscuit with “Red” Pollard (1940). JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Corey Nakatani62117618%39%$601,056 Rafael Bejarano10519161718%50%$1,042,143 Peter Miller872621830%63%$1,289,220 Norberto Arroyo, Jr.87178820%38%$748,565 Trainer Standings John W. Sadler468101017%61%$503,524 Kent Desormeaux11422151219%43%$1,359,649 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Doug F. O’Neill11615231913%49%$1,162,186 UNIQUE BELLA HEADED TO SANTA ANITA OAKSSTORMY LIBERAL MARCHES ON FOR MILLERMASTERY WORKS FOR SAN FELIPEMIDNIGHT STORM DRILLS FIVE FURLONGS FOR BIG ‘CAP Joseph Talamo12518111814%38%$597,168 STORMY LIBERAL TAKES NO PRISONERS IN JOE HERNANDEZ STAKES Winning at an astounding 30 percent clip, San Luis Rey Downs-based Peter Miller continued his winning ways in Saturday’s $75,000 Joe Hernandez Stakes, as his Stormy Liberal was up to win by nose under Norberto Arroyo, Jr. while getting 6 ½ furlongs down the hillside turf course in 1:11.89.Claimed four starts back on Oct. 16 for $40,000, Stormy Liberal, who got a career best 102 Beyer Speed figure in the Hernandez, is now two for four racing for Miller out of San Luis Rey, having won the restricted Clockers’ Corner Stakes down the hill on Jan. 29.Through 37 days of racing, Miller now holds a 26-19 edge over Jerry Hollendorfer, and, in the all-important stakes won category, Miller leads “The Dorf” nine to five. Santiago Gonzalez10612151311%38%$542,427 Mike Smith421431233%69%$1,337,167 J. Keith Desormeaux3573520%43%$447,105 Tyler Baze19634392317%49%$1,588,881 Mark Glatt62911915%47%$417,870 William Spawr26103338%62%$292,051 Jockey Standings Kristin Mulhall3176323%52%$213,230 Steven Miyadi54714613%50%$340,733 Vladimir Cerin42810619%57%$312,619 Jerry Hollendorfer10119122119%51%$1,418,064 Richard Baltas10218191518%51%$974,962 Stewart Elliott12714141711%35%$681,748 FINISH LINES: Notable Santa Anita works this morning: Kobe’s Back, Peter Eurton, 49.20, Accelerate, John Sadler, 1:01.80, Battle of Midway, Jerry Hollendorfer, (bullet) 1:00.20, Midnight Storm, Phil D’Amato, 1:01.20, Mastery, Bob Baffert, (bullet) 1:12.60 and Arrogate, Bob Baffert, 1:24.00…Additionally, Kaleem Shah’s Dortmund, prepping for the Grade I Frank E. Kilroe Mile (turf) worked seven furlongs this morning at Los Alamitos in 1:25.80. Trainer Art Sherman had the 2015 Santa Anita Derby winner galloping out a mile in 1:38.40…All THOROUGHBREDS members at Santa Anita on Big ‘Cap Day, Saturday, March 11, will will receive a free Santa Anita umbrella with paid admission while supplies last. There will be a $1 million guaranteed Late Pick 4 and a $100,000 guaranteed Pick Six. First post time will be 12 noon, with admission gates opening at 10 a.m…. …On Saturday, March 18, Santa Anita offers the St. Paddy’s Day Pitch, with the person who tosses a ringer winning $1 million! It’s free to enter. Just get on track, fill out a contest entry card and you could be one of four entries selected to participate, or sign up online at santaanita.com/events before March 18, as one online entry will also be chosen. Peter Eurton48105621%44%$531,807 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Tiago Pereira9211111212%37%$371,170 Edwin Maldonado60107917%43%$319,840 (Current Through Saturday, March 4, 2017 Inclusive) Flavien Prat18239293521%57%$2,647,969 Philip D’Amato711591321%52%$890,285 BIG ‘CAP TRIVIA: The Grade I, $750,000 Santa Anita Handicap, to be contested at a mile and a quarter on Saturday, will be run for the 80th time, dating back to Azucar’s win with George Woolf aboard in 1935. In its 79 previous running’s, how many horses have carried 130 pounds to victory? Luis Contreras8910102311%48%$487,537
As the month-long Indigenous Heritage celebration culminated, hundreds of patrons from all walks of life were yesterday treated to the sights, tastes and sounds of the rich Indigenous culture at St Cuthbert’s Mission in the Mahaica river.According to the Department of Public Information, activities commenced at theMinister within the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs, Valerie Garrido-Lowevillage benab with poems, dances, songs and renditions from various cultural groups within the only Indigenous settlement in Region Four (Demerara-Mahaica); and all of those activities depicted the way of life of Guyana’s first peoples. There were also live demonstrations of the process of making cassava bread.In brief remarks made at the opening ceremony, Minister within the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs, Valerie Garrido-Lowe, reflected on what ‘heritage’ means to the people of Guyana.The Minister said that while the Indigenous peoples use the month to showcaseA cultural group performing a dancetheir culture, “it is more than that; it is a month of reflection and celebration of how far we have come as a people.”Minister Garrido-Lowe reminded that the entire process had commenced with the late Stephen Campbell, Guyana’s first Indigenous parliamentarian, who had ledthe fight for land rightsCassava bread-makingfor the first peoples.“We have much to celebrate. We have come through a lot through the centuries, and we have emerged strong,” she declared.She commended all those in the village who have been preserving their Indigenous identity through teaching of the Arawak language.Minister of Social Cohesion, Dr. George Norton, called on the entire community to become a ‘language champion,’ even as the community continues to lead the way in preserving the Arawak language.“I recognise that time has had its effects on the various aspects of the Indigenous culture of this country, and particularly that of our language. I want to call all of you to action, to become a language champion similar to that of St. Cuthbert’s Mission;Patrons of the St. Cuthbert’s Mission Heritage celebrationsfor we know a connection to our language and identity is not just about an indigenous issue, it is a human issue.”Toshao Beverley Clenkian highlighted some of the achievements of the village over the past years. She noted that the village has produced many trained teachers, doctors, nurses and Medexes, and successful sportsmen and women.Clenkian said the village is proud of these achievements, and she urged the residents to use the event to recognise those persons who would have made the village proud.
Re: “Listen to the boss” (Our Opinions, Feb. 23): The long-term consequences of the California Transportation Commission not funding 405 Freeway projects go much deeper than just missing a rare opportunity to relieve congestion on the nation’s busiest corridor. If the CTC does not fund this project, it may well mean that federal transportation officials will interpret that as a sign that California is unwilling to match federal resources for the fixes we need most. Should the CTC not fund the 405 projects, it will be more difficult to secure the federal funds we will need for extensions to the Orange Line, Red Line and Alameda Corridor. – Brendan L. Huffman President, Valley Industry & Commerce Association The real culprit “A fuel-saving downside” (Feb. 22) provided totally misleading information. California highways have been deteriorating for the past 20 years. Sales of hybrids and recent increases in sales of smaller fuel-efficient cars have occurred for only the past two years. I know of no one who traded in their SUV or other high-fuel-consumption vehicle because of operation costs. I have read that taxes collected from fuel consumption have been directed to other uses rather than maintenance of highways and public transportation. Isn’t that the real reason our roads are in poor condition? – Don Evans Canoga Park DONE’s done Re: “Making like a tree” (Our Opinions, Feb. 22): Lisa Sarno, the extremely capable and bright general manager of the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment, cannot be replaced. The entire system has to be. Sarno followed Greg Nelson, who had more than 10 years’ experience running DONE and could not handle it. The neighborhood councils themselves are like battlefields within their own districts. DONE is done. Start over. – Tom Gibbons Member of the board Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council Like a train wreck Lisa Sarno was a train wreck. In any corporation she would have been terminated, but the Los Angeles city government marches to a different drum beat. After almost destroying the fine work of all the neighborhood councils, what happens? Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa rewards Sarno by appointing her head of the Million Trees initiative. At least the trees cannot protest her work, and we will not hear from her again. – Frank Jacobs Sylmar Oil for roads We should make the oil companies use some of their windfall profits to help rebuild the roads – after all, they are profiting most from the miles driven. – Joe Futterer Topanga Wedge awards With premier acting Academy Awards going to deserving African-Americans Forest Whitaker and Jennifer Hudson, can we finally do away with segregationist awards shows like the BET and Latin Grammys? These types of shows made sense in the days of Jim Crow but they are now simply wedges in the hope of a truly homogenous colorblind society. – Chuck Heinold West Hills This is justice? Re: “A vote for Jessica’s Law is a vote for kids” (Their Opinions, Feb. 25): Bill O’Reilly opines that the various “Jessica’s Laws,” which have been passed in many states, are solutions to child-sex crime. He is not taking into consideration how these laws do not differentiate among levels or types of sex crimes. The ghastly predator to whom he refers in his column deserves the most severe punishment. However, under many states’ versions of Jessica’s Law, the same punishments must also apply to a hypothetical female schoolteacher in her 20s who has consensual sex with a 210-pound, 17-year-old nonvirgin high school football player. How is this justice? – Charles L. Murray Moorpark
0Shares0000Mohamed Salah was concussed during Liverpool’s 3-2 win at Newcastle on Saturday © AFP / Lindsey PARNABYLIVERPOOL, United Kingdom, May 6 – Liverpool will be without top scorer Mohamed Salah for Tuesday’s Champions League semi-final, second leg against Barcelona after manager Jurgen Klopp revealed he was concussed in a 3-2 win at Newcastle.The Egyptian was stretchered off at St James’ Park on Saturday due to a head knock sustained as he challenged Newcastle goalkeeper Martin Dubravka for a high ball. “It’s a concussion so that means he would not even be allowed to play. So that’s it,” said Klopp at his pre-match press conference on Monday.“He feels OK but it is not good enough from a medical point of view that is all. He’s desperate (to play) everything but we cannot do it.”Klopp will also be without Brazilian striker Roberto Firmino due to a groin injury as his side face the huge challenge of trying to overturn a 3-0 first leg deficit to make the Champions League final for a second consecutive season.“Two of the world’s best strikers are not available tomorrow night and we have to score four goals against Barcelona to go through after 90 minutes,” added Klopp.“It doesn’t make life easier, but as long as we have 11 players on the pitch, we will try it.”Liverpool have a rich history of stunning comebacks in European football, most famously lifting the Champions League in 2005 after trailing the final 3-0 to AC Milan at half-time.In Klopp’s first season in charge in the quarter-finals of the Europa League in 2016, the Reds also came from 3-1 down in the final 25 minutes to beat his old side Borussia Dortmund 4-3.Stop him: Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is aware of the huge task his side face to stop Barcelona’s Lionel Messi scoring an away goal at Anfield © AFP / Josep LAGOHowever, the German coach is aware of the extra difficulty of not just scoring at least three against the Spanish champions, but also not conceding a vital away goal to the likes of Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez that would leave Liverpool needing to score five to progress.“I imagine the place will be rocking even before we score to be honest, but we not only have to score, we have to deny Barcelona from scoring,” he added.“It doesn’t happen too often that Barcelona don’t score at all. We know how big the challenge is.“This team is so wonderful we will try 100 percent, but that doesn’t mean it will all work out.”While, Liverpool edged a bruising battle with Newcastle to remain in the hunt for a first Premier League title in 29 years, Barcelona boss Ernesto Valverde could afford the luxury of making 11 changes for a 2-0 defeat at Celta Vigo on Saturday having already sealed the La Liga title.And Klopp admitted he could have one eye on Sunday’s final league game of the season at home to Wolves with his team selection.“We have to make a lot of decisions. Tomorrow night will be the third game in six days and Barcelona changed 11 positions on Saturday, so that is a massive difference as well of course,” he said.“Together with our supporters it was a long season and there is at least a little chance to make it even longer.“But if not, these are the last two home games of an incredible season and I think we should celebrate that with a good performance on the pitch and a very, very good performance in the stands.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
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Newcastle have announced the signing of midfielder Henri Saivet from Bordeaux.The 25-year-old Senegal international has joined the club for an undisclosed fee, understood to be in the region of £5million, on a five and a half-year contract.Saivet said: “I am very happy to be here at Newcastle. I am really proud to be able to play for this club, and I am really excited at the challenge that lies ahead.“St James’ Park is a really impressive and special stadium. In France, there is nothing that compares to this, and I can’t wait to get out there with my new team-mates and help the team climb the table.”Saivet’s arrival will come as a boost to McClaren, whose side currently sits in 18th place in the Barclays Premier League table and has lost each of its last four games in all competitions 1-0.The former England boss will hope his acquisition, who started his career as a winger, but has lined up in central midfield for Bordeaux this season, is the first of several to arrive at St James’ this month as he battles against relegation.The 54-year-old said: “Henri is someone the club has been watching for a while, and he has developed into an excellent player at Bordeaux.“This is someone with a very good mentality, who is a tough player and a winner. Those are key qualities you need in the Premier League and we are looking forward to seeing him pulling on the Newcastle United shirt.”Saivet came through the ranks at Bordeaux, making his senior debut at the age of 17 and going on to score 23 goals in 178 appearances. 1 Henri Saivet
Moret said she would handwrite additional hours into bills to match amounts Stodder told her needed to be reached each month on the DWP account. Under questioning by Assistant U.S. Attorney Adam Kamenstein, Moret said Dowie didn’t tell anyone at the meeting that the process “has to stop.” Dowie and Stodder have pleaded not guilty to allegations that they bilked the DWP of more than $300,000 and overcharged other clients. Their attorneys have said any improper billings were the result of subordinates acting on their own. Jan Handzlik, Stodder’s attorney,in cross-examination, asked Moret whether some addition of hours to the DWP bills could be legitimate. Moret acknowledged some were legitimate additions that occurred after the first draft of bills were submitted to the corporation’s headquarters in St. Louis and before the final bills – including a description of the work performed – were sent to the DWP. But in questioning by Kamenstein, Moret said most of the additions – up to $50,000 a month between December 2002 and January 2004 – were for time not worked. Moret said the additions were to meet aggressive projections Dowie had set for the DWP account and to reach an office goal of a $2 million profit in 2003. “I’d write up time to get to the number we needed to get to,” Moret testified. “(They) were largely false entries to meet our projections.” She said Stodder would tell her how much money was needed to make up for how other accounts were doing. She said she tried to add more hours for Dowie, who billed at $425 an hour, Stodder at $315 an hour and her own time at $245 an hour. Moret said Dowie made a point of telling her and others that his secretary handled his billing hours and that he didn’t handle any others’ billings. At such high rates, she said, it meant less time had to be added. Still, she said, hours were added “across the board” to a number of other people’s accounts working on the DWP. The DWP account was dramatically inflated on a couple of occasions, including December 2002, Moret said, when she said Stodder called her office and said Dowie had instructed him to “write-up,” or inflate, the $3 million-a-year DWP account. Moret said the account already had been inflated that month, and that with some additional legitimate revenues she found, she didn’t think additional write-ups would be necessary. But in early January Moret said she was asked to find an additional $30,000. Prosecutors entered into evidence an e-mail from Dowie to Stodder that read, “How much could we pad DWP … could it withstand another 30k?” Moret said she told Stodder in a conversation that there was “no way” they could add that much – about 70 hours to Dowie’s account – for the month, but that she probably could add $15,000 “across the board.” She testified that she was worried that DWP executive Randy Howard – who testified Friday that he went to his superiors with concerns about the bills – was already raising questions. Stodder, in an e-mail to Dowie said, “Okay, Monique thinks she can slip through another 15k without incurring too much more scrutiny.” Dowie responded in another e-mail, “OK, let’s do it.” Eight months later in August 2003, Moret said she inflated the DWP bill with $50,000 in unworked hours at Stodder’s direction. She said employees were asked whether they could add hours, and some said they could work them in the next month. Moret said unworked hours were added in lump sums, but that it was becoming increasingly unwieldy to make up work to correspond with the hours claimed on the DWP’s bills. In preparing the August 2003 bill, Moret said in an e-mail, “I need to enter activities for just about everyone that will pass the smell test.” Moret said she became increasingly frightened amid press coverage of the Fleishman-Hillard contract, and a critical audit by City Controller Laura Chick that questioned a number of the billings. The company eventually paid the city nearly $6 million to settle a lawsuit over alleged overbillings. “I wanted to tell the truth,” Moret said of her reason for cooperating with the government. “I was extremely nervous and extremely scared.” Cross-examination of Moret is scheduled to continue today. email@example.com (818) 713-3731160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The former head of Fleishman-Hillard’s Los Angeles office was told in a 2003 meeting that Department of Water and Power bills were being inflated but did not stop it, a former colleague testified Tuesday. In the third day of the conspiracy and wire fraud trial of former executives Doug Dowie and John Stodder, Monique Moret testified under immunity that she attended a meeting at which Stodder substantiated claims by an employee who had just resigned that hours were being added to DWP billings for work that was not done. Moret – a vice president in the public affairs office who reported directly to Stodder – said that at his instruction she also added unworked hours worth tens of thousands of dollars for over a year beginning in December 2002. Moret said Dowie was informed about the issue in an October 2003 meeting precipitated when executive Fred Muir resigned and in a heated exchange with Dowie alluded to fraudulent DWP billings. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl eventMoret said Dowie called her, Stodder and Matt Middlebrook – a former spokesman for Mayor James Hahn who had just joined the public relations firm – into a private meeting at which he described Muir’s claims. Moret said Dowie then asked, “So, are we writing up the DWP bills?” Moret testified that Stodder answered, “Yes,” and that the amount was about $20,000. Dowie then asked whether Muir had any “evidence,” Moret said. Moret said she and Stodder answered that they didn’t think so. Dowie, she said, reprimanded her for using an assistant in preparing the bills.
DD HEALTH: Cholesterol is a waxy, fat-like substance that occurs naturally in the body. It plays a vital role in how every cell works – but having too much cholesterol in the blood is one of the risk factors in the development of coronary heart disease.One in two Irish people over 50 have high cholesterol and heart disease is still the biggest killer in this country.It is possible for many people to reduce their cholesterol by 10% – 15% just by eating healthily. Making small but significant changes to the diet is really worth the effort. In Ireland and Europe generally, it is recommended that levels of cholesterol in the blood should not be above 5.0mmol/l ( about 190mg/dl).For example, the total amount in the body of a person weighing 70 kilograms (10 stones) is around 140 grams, and the amount present in the blood is 3.6 to 7.8 m.mol per litre or 150 to 250 milligrams per 100 millilitres.A blood-cholesterol level above 6 m.mol per litre (238 mg per 100 ml) is considered high, depending on age.A huge number of factors such as genetics, nutrition, exercise and other lifestyle factors can influence the type and amount of cholesterol in the body There are two kinds that are particularly important.LDL (Low Density Lipoprotein)-cholesterol, is often called “bad cholesterol”, since it contains a relatively high amount of cholesterol that can build up in the arterial walls. However, HDL (High Density Lipoprotein)-cholesterol is able to remove and carry cholesterol from the arteries and take it to the liver, where it is eliminated – which is why it is often called “good cholesterol”.Our livers make a lot of our body’s cholesterol, but what we eat also affects our cholesterol levels too. Making the right food choices can really help you to manage your cholesterol and reduce your risk of heart disease as well as other health problems.Good Cholesterol foods:. Piece of red meat. Salmon. Some eggs. Lentils. Garlic bulb. Unsalted nuts. Mixed Herbs Bad Cholesterol Foods:. Processed meat – Salami. Bacon. Block of butter. Pate. Biscuits. SaltFats and protein rich foodsEat less cakes, biscuits, pastries, confectionary, fried foods and take aways as this will help to reduce some of the bad fats in your diet such as trans fats and saturated fats.Reduce the amount of processed meats you eat (bacon, salami, burgers etc) and limit your red meat to 3 six ounce servings of lean red meat a week.If you like eggs and your cholesterol is high, you can eat between 4 to 6 eggs per week, unless your doctor advises you to reduce further. Fish and fish oilsEating oily fish (such as salmon, trout, fresh tuna, sardines, herring and mackerel) twice a week can help to reduce the risk of heart disease.Soluble fibreEat porridge or unsweetened muesli, fruits and pulses (peas, beans and lentils).Fruit and vegetablesEating at least five portions of fruit and vegetables a day can help to reduce your risk of heart disease.Irish men, especially in the younger age group only eat about half the recommended portions of fruit and vegetables, according to the Irish Heart Foundation. In general, we eat less fruit and vegetables than other EU countries. However, it is important to eat at least five portions every day, including:• Fresh vegetables, cooked or raw.• Salads.• Potatoes eaten in their jackets, without added fat.SaltReducing the amount of salt you eat will also help keep your blood pressure down. Look out for hidden salt in certain breads, breakfast cereals, processed meats and cheese, dried soups and sauces, salty crisps and nuts.AlcoholToo much alcohol can damage the heart muscle, increase blood pressure and also lead to weight gain. However, moderate drinking (between 1 and 2 units of alcohol a day) can help protect the heart in men aged over 40 and women who have gone through the menopause.Also try to exercise regularly.DD HEALTH: GOOD FOOD CHOICES FOR GOOD CHOLESTEROL was last modified: May 28th, 2016 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:(Low Density Lipoproteinbad cholesteroldonegal daily healthgood cholesterolHigh Density Lipoproteinhow to lower cholesterol levels
Lotto & 100+ ClubThere was no jackpot winning sequence in this weeks Lotto draw but Leah Kelly, Edenoughill; Martina Kelly, Dromore and Michael Kelly, Ballyarl matched 3 numbers 4,5,7 to win €20 each. Numbers drawn were 4,5,7,8,6,3,2,1. Next weeks Lotto jackpot is €2,850. The Lotto sellers in the coming weeks are: 24th August – Eamonn Kelly, 31st August – Maurice O’Donnell, 7th September – Ollie Doherty and 14th September – Tommy McGlinchey The winner of the 100+ Club draw this week was Francie Scanlon, Crossroads who wins €100. Thanks to all for their continued support of the weekly Lotto & 100+ Club.Seniors & ReservesBoth teams were in action at home to St Nauls on Saturday evening. The reserves were up first and they put in another good performance to come away with a two point win. They trailed by two points at half time but did very well in the second half to run out winners. Christopher Bonner (0-5), James McMenamin (0-3), Mark Coyle (0-2), Brendan O’Brien (0-2) and Carl Scanlon (0-1) got the scores. Final score: Red Hughs 0-13 St Nauls 2-5 The senior game was a good game of football with some great scores taken by both sides. Red Hughs got off to a great start with Calvin Bradley scoring from the penalty spot to get the lads underway. At half time they lead by one point 1-5 to 0-7. Despite a strong effort from top of the table St Nauls in the second half the lads dug deep and got the scores to hold out for a vital win. Calvin Bradley (1-2), Damien Browne (0-6) and Paul Byrne (0-1) were on the the scoresheet. Final score: Red Hughs 1-9 St Nauls 0-11.There is currently no information on fixtures for the seniors or reserves next weekend. Keep an eye on Facebook page or local press for details.Senior LadiesThe senior ladies are fixed to play Urris at home in the 1st round 2nd leg of the county championship this Wednesday evening the 21st August at 7.30pm. Best of luck to the girls who need to win to stay in the competition. All come out and support.U21 ChampionshipThe U21 team take on St Nauls at home in the 1st round of the county championship this Tuesday (today) 20th August at 7.30pm. Best of luck to the lads and all come out to support.Minor Board The club is running a local league for all U8, U10 and U12 boys and girls starting this Friday the 23rd August at 6.00pm. Loads of help is still needed to make this a success. Managers and referees are needed and if you are able to help out please contact Stephen Gallagher on (087) 2054484. All come out and support the boys and girls.Underage training continues on Saturday morning from 11.00 to 12.00am for all boys and girls.Red Hughs Golf ClassicRed Hughs CLG is holding a Golf Classic on Saturday 21st September at Ballybofey & Stranorlar Golf Club sponsored by Killygordon Animal Health. Teams of four of any combination, entry at €80 per team with both ladies and gents welcome. There will be a selection of team prizes on the day with longest drive etc. All are welcome to come along and enjoy. A timesheet is in operation contact Karen at the golf club on (074) 9131093 or log onto www.ballybofeyandstranorlargolfclub.ie. SympathySincere sympathy is extended to the Gallen family, Garvagh and Meenreagh on their recent sad bereavement.GAA NEWS – RED HUGHS TO HOST GOLF CLASSIC was last modified: August 20th, 2013 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:Red Hughs GAA notes