Supreme Court Upholds 25-year Lease Cancellation

first_imgThe Supreme Court has upheld a 2014 lower court ruling against the Liberia Materials Limited, which found it breached a 25-year old lease agreement with the National Port Authority (NPA).  The decision was released by Associate Justice Philip A.Z. Banks on February 10, after denying an appeal from the cement company to reverse an earlier verdict of the Civil Law Court.  The dispute and legal proceedings which began last year, stemmed from a 2010 lease agreement between the NPA and the Liberia Material Limited which Judge Peter Gbeneweleh cancelled because, according to him, LML breached the agreement and the terms by not commencing construction work within the 90-day period.  The property is a 7. 414 acre parcel of land situated within the Freeport of Monrovia, which the Liberia Material Limited leased for the purpose of constructing cement grinding manufacturing, storage and administrative facilities.   The LML agreed to invest US$5m in the first five of the 25 years.  In the ruling the Civil Law Court Judge stated that, “Since the company admitted that they have not been able to undertake the construction work for four years following the execution of the agreement, this certainly provided a clear and undisputed basis for its cancellation.”  It was based on the verdict that lawyers representing the company took an appeal before the Supreme Court.  The lawyers argued that the lawsuit for cancellation was of a purely factual nature, which should have been submitted to the trial jury for its determination.  Instead, Judge Gbeneweleh decided to handle it without the jury, which they alleged, was in gross error, basing his determination only on the fact alleged by the parties in the respective pleadings.  “The Judge should have limited himself to ruling on the law issues rather than intruding into the facts which under the law are reserved for the jury,” they emphasized in the appeal.  They acknowledged breaching the agreement and the terms by not commencing construction work within the 90-day period.  But, they contended that they did not meet up with the agreement plan because they could not obtain cooperation of relevant government officials and agencies in securing the required permits to commence the construction.  According to them, Judge Gbeneweleh denied them due process, and deprived them of the opportunity to present evidence in their own defense.  However, Justice Banks in his opinion, stated that  while it would have been more prudent for Judge Gbeneweleh to have submitted the facts to a jury trial, the error was excused by the acknowledgement by the company.  He further explained that as the action of the Judge in decreeing the cancellation of the lease agreement resulted in no harm, injury, prejudice, injustice or denial of due process, recognizes the principle of acknowledgement and the admission.  “The error made by the judge cannot be deemed to be one of a reversible nature,” he emphasized.  “We, therefore, cannot sustain the contention of the company that the error was a reversible one and that we should therefore reverse the decision of the judge.”  In his concluding statement, Mr. Justice Banks declared: “The ruling of the trial court adjudging the company in violation of the lease agreement executed with the NPA and decreeing the cancellation of the said agreement is hereby affirmed and confirmed.”  In 2014, NPA instituted an “Action for Cancellation of Lease Agreement against the Liberia Material Limited,” contending that since they entered into the lease agreement on July 1, 2010, a period of three years and four months, the company never made  any attempt to commence construction work on the leased property.  It further argued that the agreement provides that upon the signing of the agreement, the company was to commence the construction within 90 days immediately, but if they failed to do so, the NPA had the right to terminate the contract.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Off-duty officer hurt in collision

first_imgAn off-duty Los Angeles police officer was injured in Acton early Wednesday during a head-on collision with a vehicle driven by a man suspected of being drunk, authorities said. LAPD Officer Amanda Chapin, 38, underwent surgery for leg fractures, department spokeswoman Officer Karen Smith said. Chapin, a nine-year LAPD veteran, works out of the Devonshire station. Cesar Octavio Contreras, 29, of Lancaster was treated for nonlife-threatening injuries before being booked on suspicion of driving under the influence, Smith said. The collision occurred about 3:45a.m. on Sierra Highway near Acton Canyon Road, said Gary Wise, a dispatcher for the Los Angeles County Fire Department. Sierra Highway was closed for more than an hour as the Highway Patrol investigated. Later in the day, five people were injured – two of them seriously – in a four-vehicle collision on Interstate5 north of Pyramid Lake. The incident was caused by a car that rear-ended a horse trailer, then tried to avoid hitting another car. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Max takes a stand

first_imgThey agreed. “I want people not to have breast cancer,” said the reserved young man with the shocking blond hair. “I don’t want other people to lose their aunties and loved ones.” From that inauspicious beginning, the event has grown from a stand run by a little boy and his family to a nonprofit organization with its own Web site. Max has raised more than $20,000 of his $1 million goal. “I’m going to keep doing it until I reach my goal,” he said. Nickie Igoe said the decision to become a nonprofit organization is to raise more money and be able to allocate funds to other areas beyond research. Up until now, all the money has gone to City of Hope in Duarte and its research programs. “Max wanted to help as many people, it’s in his nature,” his mom said, “so we decided to earmark money to pay for wigs for those who can’t afford them and to set up scholarships for those who have lost their moms to breast cancer.” The family will host “Max’s Night to Remember” from 6 to 11p.m. on Oct. 13 at Ritz Gardens, 11201 First Ave., Whittier. Festivities will include dinner in a casino-like atmosphere and activities such as raffles and live and silent auctions. Tickets are $60 with reservations available at (714) 815-2104 or maxsmommy@maxslemonadestand.com. Max, because of his age, will only be able to attend the dinner portion and make some remarks before the other activities begin. “It’s going to be fun,” he said. “All I want is cancer to be gone.” www.maxslemonadestand.com sandra.molina@sgvn.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3028 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “It’s a great and loving way of remembering her,” said Rorman’s brother, Victor Garza, 44. He is planning to set up the lemonade stand today and Sunday at the parking lot of Green Hills Baptist Church, 2200 W. Imperial Highway, La Habra. Max, his parents and other supporters will be out there from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. not only selling lemonade but also raffle tickets for items donated by local businesses. It began innocently enough when then-6-year-old Max asked his parents if he could sell lemonade in the driveway of their home. When they said “no,” the ever-resilient young man asked if he gave all the money to breast cancer research, could he do it? LA HABRA – With innocence and earnest determination, 9-year-old Max Igoe is putting the adage “when life gives you lemons, make lemonade” to the test. During October – which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month – for four years, Max, with the aid of his parents Mike and Nickie, has opened a lemonade stand with the proceeds going to breast cancer research. He is honoring close family friend Elizabeth Rorman, or “Auntie Beth,” as Max called her. She died from the disease in July 2003 at age 37 after a seven-year battle. last_img read more

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Two arrested in drug case, led Burbank Police on pursuit

first_imgBURBANK — Two men wanted in a narcotics investigation are in jail after leading Burbank police on a pursuit. The chase began at about 5:10 p.m. and ended on the northbound off-ramp of the Golden State Freeway at Osborne Street, police Lt. Darin Ryburn said. One of the suspects is wanted for drug-related felonies, but authorities declined to provide details citing an ongoing investigation. Two Burbank police officers suffered minor injuries trying to subdue the two men. They were treated at a local hospital and released. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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GAA NOTES: BUNCRANA

first_imgSympathy: The Club wishes to express its sincere sympathies to the McMenamin family Eamon, Patricia, Fergal and Claire on the passing of Eamon’s father John.Minor Hurling: The U18 hurlers got their season of to a good start in Hibernian Park Burt on Thursday night with a hard fought win, with a scoreline of 2:9 to 1:7, whilst fielding a very young squad with only 3 of the team overage next year. The game was played in ideal conditions, and swung from end to end. Burt got a couple of early points to run into an early lead, with the Scarvey boys missing several chances early on, but they soon settled and went in at Halftime 2 points in front, thanks to a Dermot Doherty goal. Burt got a goal mid-way through the second half, but a bullet penalty by Jack O’Loughlin eased nerves and the boys sealed it by tagging on some late points.The swift accurate puck outs from keeper Tom Clare were the launch-pad for many Buncrana attacks. Donal Óg Mac Lochlainn (capt.) was a rock at full back and he was ably assisted by young corner backs, Paul Nelson and Darren Doherty (roe). There was many good performances in the middle third of the field, with veteran’s Daniel, Conor, Stephen, Jamie and Michael all playing their part with their involvement with the county minor set-up baring fruit, but here too they were aided by the impressive work of U16 players, Jack and Sam (Roe). In front of goal Dermot Doherty showed glimpse’s of form, and when introduced as sub Kevin Crawford made a welcome return to the squad but both will know that more stick work is needed.U16 Hurling: On Saturday morning the U16 Hurlers headed to Banagher to play in the U16 9-aside competition. They started brightly against Glen’s of Antrim side Glenshesk, losing only to a late rally from the strong Antrim outfit. Tthey then went on to comfortly beat Banagher and Belfast outfit Pearse’s. A leg injury to Sam Doherty restricted him to netminding duties, whilst injuries to Jack O’Loughlin and Darren Roe left the side weakened going into the last games, where they lost to Armagh side Derrynoose and Antrim side Larne. All in all it was a good day out and our lads were able to play teams they would not normally get a chance to meet. U14 Hurling: The U14 hurlers had a good win on Thursday night over Burt, with a scoreline of 9-22 to 0-3, in the Scarvey. It was a good team performance by all, whilst Dylan Duffy, Craig Doherty and Oisin Grant were on fire in the half-forward line, Paddy Wilson and Kevin Vaughan were on top in midfield and the half back line of James Doherty, PJ McCarron and Paul Tourish were rock solid – all chipping in with great points. Daniel Deery at corner forward scored 4 goals.Bord na nÓg: The Bord na nÓg meeting will now be held on Friday 20th April at 18:30 in the clubhouse instead of Wednesday 18th April at 20:30. If you want to send any topics for the agenda please send to them Joanne by the evening of Wednesday 18th. Applications for U21 Football Manager: Applications are invited for the role of U21 Football Manager for the coming season. Interested parties should forward applications/proposals to Club Secretary Pauline Grant secretary.buncrana.donegal@gaa.ieGaelic4Girls: Gaelic football for girls under 10, 12, 14, 16 and 18’s every Monday night from 7.00pm – 8.30pm in the Scarvey. As always everybody is welcome. Please remember to bring boots, your own water bottle and warm clothing.U6 FUNdamentals: FUNdamentals for boys and girls aged 5 & 6 years (or turning 5 during 2012) will continue on Fridays at Scoil Mhuire between 6.15pm and 7.00pm. It will also take place on Sundays at the Scarvey from 11.00am until 11.45am.U8 Football: U8 Football Training continues every Friday and will now take place at the Scarvey from 6.30pm – 7.30pm. Parents, if your child is interested in having fun whilst learning the basic skills of gaelic football please come down and try it out.U10 Football: Training continues every Friday at 7.00pm at the Scarvey and new players are always welcome.Boys U14 Hurling: Boys U14 Hurling training takes place at the Scarvey every Tuesday and Thursday evening at 7.00pm. If you haven’t played before and are interested in playing Hurling please feel free to come along.Boys U14 Football: Training for the boys U14 team will take place on Monday evening at 5.00pm. Competitive games are due to begin in 6 weeks so all players are asked to attend. New and returnig players are always welcome. Boys U14 & U18 Hurling: Hurling training for boys aged 14 to 18 years takes place every Saturday at the Scarvey at 3.00pm-5.00pm. New players are always welcome.U8 and U10 Hurling: Hurling training for children under 8 and under 10 years takes place each Sunday at 11.00am. If your child would like to learn the basic skills of hurling in a safe and fun environment please come down and try it out, new players are always welcome.Boys U16 Football: Training continues every Wednesday at 7.30pm sharp in at the Scarvey, please bring boots and trainers and own water bottle. New and returning players are welcome.Fitness Classes: A number of Fitness classes are now taking place at the Scarvey Clubhouse. Class instructor is Eileen Hegarty and everyone is welcome. Monday 7.30-9.00pm ‘Weigh & Tone: Weigh in, nutrition and motivational talk and excercise class’ €10. Tuesday 8.00-9.00pm and Thursday 6.30-7.30pm ‘Cardio Pump’ €5. Saturday 10.00-11.00am ‘Kettlebells/Circuits’ €5. If anyone would like further details please ring Eileen on 0874120159 or visit ‘Get Fit With Eileen’ on Facebook. Club Notes: Anyone who would like to receive a copy of the weekly club notes should email Oisín at buncrana.pro@gmail.com to be included on the mailing list. If you have any items which you think should be included in the club’s weekly notes, please email Oisín atbuncrana.pro@gmail.com by 6pm on each Sunday for consideration. To keep up to date with all the latest goings-on, please join us on www.facebook.com/buncranagaa or www.twitter.com/buncranagaaGAA NOTES: BUNCRANA was last modified: April 10th, 2012 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:Buncrana GAA noteslast_img read more

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ST. EUNAN’S IMPRESSIVE IN COMPREHENSIVE WIN OVER MALIN

first_imgRory Kavanagh scored a goal and was superb throughout St. Eunans victory over Malin in the Donegal SFC this afternoon.St. Eunan’s delivered a very impressive second-half performance to earn a comfortable victory over Malin.Malin stunned the Letterkenny men last year and knocked them out of the Donegal SFC at the quarter-final stage.There was no repeat of that upset today, although Malin did give Maxi Curran’s side a fright with two first-half goals. Brendan McLaughlin and Paul McLaughlin fired home two clinical finished to give Malin a huge boost.St. Eunans also lost the inspirational figure of John Haran to a black card after just two minutes.But after the concession of both goals, St. Eunans responded very well on both occasions and went in at the interval level.Half-time score Malin 2-02 St. Eunans 0-08 In the second-half St.Eunans stepped it up a notch and delivered a fantastic performance and played at a tempo that Malin couldn’t live with.Rory Kavanagh was instrumental and his goal in the second period was the real killer blow as Eunans went on to record an easy win.Malin only scored four times in the second-half and they had no answers to a St. Eunans team that looked focused, hungry and determined.Final score Malin 2-06 St. Eunans 1-17.ST. EUNAN’S IMPRESSIVE IN COMPREHENSIVE WIN OVER MALIN was last modified: September 28th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare 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 SFCMalinnewsSportSt Eunanslast_img read more

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GAA NEWS: JOY FOR URRIS U16’S AS THEY LAND INISHOWEN TITLE

first_imgINISHOWEN U16B FINAL: Well done to our U16 boys who won the Inishowen U16B final in Burt on Sunday night beating Malin by 1-15 to 2-07. A great second half performance saw our lads pull away to win. Well Done to their Coaches Michael Doherty (S), Eamonn Reidy and to all who help out with this team. Thanks also to all who came along to support the boys on Sunday evening.SENIOR & RESERVE FOOTBALL: Both teams away to CLG Fanad on Saturday night but neither teams had any luck. Final score in Reserve Match Fanad 0-15 Urris 0-05 and final Score in Senior Game: Fanad 2-12 Urris 1-05. Both teams have no games this weekend. BINGO: CLUB Bingo every Thursday night at 9.00pm in St Mary’s Hall, Clonmany. Please come along and support our weekly bingo, numbers have been dropping of late so bring a friend or two. Any funds raised goes directly into the club to help with day to day finances.MATCH “N” WIN: Thursday May 5th, No Jackpot winner—numbers drawn: 11, 18, 22 &23.€15 winners:Sadie Mc Laughlin, Tullagh.John King, 39 Gaddyduff.Neil Doherty (JS), Letter.Fiona Doherty, No 9 St James, Ballyliffin.Bernard Mc Laughlin, Cloontagh.Jackpot next wee €1,140. Thanks to all our lotto sellers and to all who support the club in this weekly draw.U14B INISHOWEN FINAL: Good Luck to our U14 boys in the final on Sunday in Moville at 6.00pm against Steelstown. Please come along and support the boys on Sunday evening.UNDER AGE TRAINING SCHEDULE:U6 & U8 every Friday from 5.30 to 6.30pm.U12 Boys (U12 girls welcome) every Thursday from 4 to 5pm.U14 Boys: Every Tuesday at 6.00pm.U12 & U14 Girls: Thursday at 5.45pm to 7pm.As times and days may change please check our Face Book page for details. FIXTURES FOR WEEK AHEAD:Tuesday: U12 Girls Urris home to Malin at 5pm and U12 Boys home to Carndonagh at 6.30pm.Friday: U8 Go Games away to Moville at 6.30pm.Sunday: U14B Final in Moville, Urris V Steelstown at 6.00pm.As fixtures and times may change for various reasons please check our Face Book page for updates.DATE FOR THE DIARY: Kellogg’s GAA Cul Camp in Straid from July 4th to 8th July.CLG Iorras wish all the boys and girls from our parish best wishes on their First Holy Communion this weekend and next. Hope you and your families have a lovely day.GAA NEWS: JOY FOR URRIS U16’S AS THEY LAND INISHOWEN TITLE was last modified: May 9th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare 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:GAASportU16’sURRISlast_img read more

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American shrapnel linked to al-Qaida leader’s death

first_imgMIRAN SHAH, Pakistan – Shrapnel that appeared to be from an American-made missile was found Sunday at the house where Pakistan said a top al-Qaida operative was killed in an explosion, although President George W. Bush’s national security adviser declined to confirm the death. U.S. and Pakistani officials would not verify an NBC report, citing anonymous officials, that the attack on the house where Hamza Rabia reportedly died was launched by a U.S. drone. But local residents found at least two pieces of shrapnel at the blast scene inscribed with the designation of the Hellfire missile, which is carried by the U.S. Air Force’s unmanned, remote-controlled Predator aircraft. The metal pieces bore the designator “AGM-114,” the words “guided missile” and the initials “US.” “At this point we are not in a position publicly to confirm that he is dead. But if he is, that is a good thing for the war on terror,” Hadley told “Fox News Sunday.” Rabia was involved in planning two assassination plots against Pakistani President Gen. Pervez Musharraf, and “we believe he was involved in planning for attacks against the United States,” Hadley said. The senior Pakistani intelligence official said the missile attack blew up a stockpile of bomb-making materials, grenades and other munitions. Pakistan Interior Minister Aftab Khan Sherpao said Rabia’s two Syrian bodyguards also died in the explosion. Pakistani officials said Rabia’s death was confirmed by DNA tests. But the Dawn newspaper, citing officials it did not identify, said Saturday his body had been retrieved by associates from outside Pakistan. Dawn also cited unnamed sources saying the attack may have been launched from two pilotless planes. Information Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed declined to comment on the report about Rabia’s remains but said there was “other information” besides the DNA tests that confirmed his identity. “He was a high-profile commander in the network. We were tracing him for the last two years,” Sherpao told The Associated Press on Sunday. “Naturally any person killed in their hierarchy is a big blow for them.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals John Pike, director of the defense Web site GlobalSecurity.org, said the Hellfire is used almost exclusively by the U.S. military. Al-Qaida operatives would be unlikely to have Hellfire missiles, Pike said, although he said the possibility could not be completely discounted. A man who lives near the house said he heard at least two detonations and saw a white streak of light before a missile hit the house, sparking a huge explosion. “I ran to my home fearing it may hit me,” said Mohammed Nasir, adding that residents were unaware that foreigners were living in their neighborhood. A senior Pakistani intelligence official, speaking on condition of anonymity because he is not authorized to talk to the media, said Saturday that Rabia died in a huge explosion set off by a missile attack. U.S. national security adviser Stephen Hadley declined to confirm that Rabia, said to be among al-Qaida’s top five leaders and responsible for planning overseas attacks, was dead or that the attack was carried out by a pilotless U.S. plane. last_img read more

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No. 36 Men’s Tennis Defeats No. 33 Iowa

first_imgDES MOINES, Iowa – The 36th-ranked Drake University men’s tennis team knocked off No. 33 Iowa, 4-3,on Friday night at the Roger Knapp Tennis Center, for the Bulldogs’ fourth straight win of the season over a Big Ten foe.”Hats off to Iowa for coming in here on our home court on a rowdy Friday night with a great crowd and putting up the fight that they did. Credit to our guys for handling that pressure after falling behind and being able to steal the win in the end,” Drake head coach Davidson Kozlowski said.The Hawkeyes managed to come out in front of a rowdy Bulldog crowd and win the doubles point, taking courts one and three.The Bulldogs didn’t allow Iowa to take its momentum from doubles into singles, as DU’s senior Ben Lott and sophomore Ben Stride earned straight set wins to give Drake a 2-1 lead. Lott defeated Dominic Patrick 6-3, 6-3 at the No. 1 spot, while Stride beat Jonas Larsen 6-3, 6-4 at No. 5.”We had great results from Lott on court one and Stride on court five, as they neutralized that momentum from dropping the doubles point,” Kozlowski said.The Hawkeyes tied it up at two with a win at No. 6 and took a 3-2 lead when Lefteris Theodorou defeated Bayo Philips, 6-2, 5-7, 6-2 at No. 2.Sophomore Calum MacGeoch overcame a tough tiebreaker loss in the first set to beat Robin Haden 6-7, 6-3, 6-2 at No. 4 to tie the match up at three apiece.Freshman Vinny Gillespie took his first set 7-5, but Iowa’s Josh Silverstein put the match into a third and decisive set with a 6-2 second set win. Gillespie came out and won the first two games in the third set. Silverstein came back to win the next four games to take a 4-2 lead. Gillespie recuperated himself and earned a break and held his serve to go up 5-4, before breaking for the match, 6-4, and securing match point for the Bulldogs.”Vinny has been in that positions several times and he has handled that situation better and better as the season has worn on,” Kozlowski said about the decisive match point coming down to Gillespie.Drake has a quick turnaround as it hosts Michigan State on Saturday at 6 p.m. and then No. 65 Cornell on Sunday at 11 a.m. to wrap up the weekend.#36 Drake 4, #33 Iowa 3Mar 04, 2016 at Des Moines, Iowa (Roger Knapp Tennis Center) Singles competition1. Lott, Ben (DU) def. Dominic Patrick (IOWA) 6-3, 6-32. Lefteris Theodorou (IOWA) def. Philips, Bayo (DU) 6-2, 5-7, 6-23. Gillespie, Vinny (DU) def. Josh Silverstein (IOWA) 7-5, 2-6, 6-44. MacGeoch, Calum (DU) def. Robin Haden (IOWA) 6-7, 6-3, 6-25. Stride, Ben (DU) def. Jonas Larsen (IOWA) 6-3, 6-46. Jake Jacoby (IOWA) def. Hands, Tom (DU) 6-1, 7-5 Doubles competition1. Lefteris Theodorou/Jake Jacoby (IOWA) def. Lott, Ben/Wood, Ben (DU) 6-32. Josh Silverstein/Dominic Patrick (IOWA) def. Philips, Bayo/Gillespie, Vinny (DU) 6-43. Stride, Ben/MacGeoch, Calum (DU) def. Robin Haden/Nils Hallestrand (IOWA) 6-1 Match NotesOrder of finish: Doubles (3,1,2); Singles (1,5,6,2,4,3)Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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Stephen Curry addresses Durant comments as Warriors’ slo-mo split drones on

first_imgBy now it’s clear that Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, Andre Iguodala and Kevin Durant came together a lot quicker and smoother than they have drifted apart.They don’t seem to know what to say, how to characterize their three seasons together.Recently Durant took a shot at it via an interview with the Wall Street Journal Magazine, saying he “definitely felt accepted” when he joined the Warriors. “But,” he said, “I’ll never be one of those guys. I didn’t get drafted there. …last_img

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