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Todrick Hall has released surprise EP Quarantine Queen, bringing a little joy during this global pandemic.Pulled together in just over a week, Quarantine Queen features lead track Mask, Gloves, Soaps, Scrubs. Watch the video below:Todrick commented, “Surprise! Soooo…exactly a week ago I decided to write and create an entire album to hopefully lift your spirits during this quarantine! Nina Simone once said, ‘It’s an artist’s duty to reflect the times in which we live.’ I hope this inspires you to stay healthy, stay creative, stay safe and stay home while continuing to stay fabulous!”The video for Mask, Gloves, Soaps, Scrubs includes Nicole Scherzinger, Little Mix, members of the Netflix docuseries Cheer, dancers AJ and Curtis Pritchard, Amber Gill of Love Island fame, Amber Riley and British drag queen star Baga Chipz.Todrick first came to fame on American Idol and he has since showcased his skills as a singer, rapper, director, choreography and social media personality.He recently completed a season as a dance captain on BBC One’s The Greatest Dancer and regularly appears on RuPaul’s Drag Race.The Quarantine Queen track list is:1. Mas(k)ot featuring Jerry Harris2. Werk Out3. Rent4. TikTok5. Meow featuring Rhea Litre6. Mask, Gloves, Soap, Scrubs
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By Larry Lowrey Jr.SALINA, Kan. (June 13) – It has been a few races since Brian Knoell ripped off two straight wins in the Belleville Motor Sports IMCA Modified ranks at Salina Speedway. After Friday night it appears that Knoell is back up on his “A” game. Joe Caldwell and Randy Wilson brought the field to green but it wasn’t long before a battle that started in an early heat race between Knoell and Corey Lagroon carried over into the feature.Both Knoell and Lagroon worked their way up to the front where Knoell reversed the finish from the heat race and took the top spot in the feature for his third win of the season. It’s the most wins by one driver in the division this year. Mike Petersilie gave the fans a show by finishing third after starting 16th. Danny Morrison Jr. finished fourth and coming in fifth was Van Gemmill. In the M&H Motors IMCA Northern SportMod feature, there was a ton of passing. As a matter of fact, Friday’s feature winner had to come through the “B” to get into the main event. Tyler Frye, one of the strongest SportMod drivers around, was looking to add to his win total for 2014. Frye worked his way to the point after starting the feature 11th. It looked as if he was going to pick off his second win of the season but Daniel Gottschalk was on the move from his 14th place starting spot as was Austin Carter, who started the feature in the 13th spot.Frye held on to the lead until lap 10.Gottschalk and Carter went by as the two worked their way to the front of the pack.Gottschalk stayed in the top spot and finish first for his first local win of the season. In just five features this season the SportMods have produced four different winners.Mike Traskowsky drove his way from 10th starting to feature win number two on the season in the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks.
IPGC Pattaya Golf Society at The Links BarMonday, August 31, Greenwood C & B (white tees) – StablefordThe Pattaya Golf Society was last here at Greenwood three weeks ago. On that occasion we reported the course appeared well on its way back to the good conditions we are used to, but today’s course offering was disappointing. Fairways were uncut, meaning many lies presented a challenge normally associated with the first cut of rough. Bunkers were OK, but the greens, so good three weeks ago, were very slow. Notwithstanding those issues, we are confident that this course will be fine in the very near future, and at 600B green-fee it is very good VFM. Three weeks back we reported five ‘2’s; today there were none. That would no doubt please the podium as our turnout of just three groups meant a relatively modest payout. Tied second with a very credible 34 points was Aussie Stuart Thompson, his post-accident swing still a work-in-progress. Alongside Stuart was Papua New Guinean Brendan Gilsenan, whose two-over par round was equally meritorious having been achieved with rental clubs.David Thomas. The day’s winner is testimony to perseverance. At this course on our previous visit, 10 August, David Thomas tied second, with 36 points. The visit prior, he also tied second, with 34 points. Today he finally broke through for the win, and by five shots to boot with a 3-under par total and 39 points. Give enough monkeys enough typewriters …?Back at the Links, Mr Len drew Murray Edwards’ name for the lucky “beer” draw, whilst the booby bevvy was awarded to a golfer of some note – in absentia. The “of some note” label is clearly justified, as we are referring to the golfer whose performance has so dominated August’s player standings that he is likely to win player of the month by a record margin. So with some irony we note that Jon Batty’s performance today put him into a place with which he is not familiar – last.Wednesday, Sept. 2, The Emerald – StablefordSeptember for the Pattaya Golf Society began with a visit to Emerald in Ban Chang on Wednesday and the small group found a course in good condition and void of other golfers! Fairways are improving all the time here and the greens are consistent. Pin positions however gave concern as many were set on slopes and lagging a putt was virtually impossible. The R&A has some sound advice for greenkeepers regarding pin positions and it should be required reading (in Thai) for the masters of the courses’ greens.In third place was Thai golfer Wichai Tananusorn with 32 points, enjoying golf on his return from a break in Chang Mai, and in second with the best gross of the day (81) was Russell Exley and his second place score of 35 points set a high standard. However, the field had ignored the progress of Aussie golfer Brendan Gilsenan, an old friend of the group, and his nine holes every week in jungle conditions in PNG served him in good stead for the broad grassed areas of Emerald in the very humid conditions. He returned his best ever score with PGS, 39 points and enjoyed his final outing with the group this trip.There was one birdie ‘2’, Russell’s excellent effort on the seventh and the booby bevy went to Huw Phillips for his 5-13 split figures. The non winner’s beer draw was appropriately won by Mr Len.Friday, Sept. 4, Phoenix – StablefordOn Friday, the Pattaya Golf Society left The Links in Soi Buakhao to play a stableford round at nearby Phoenix, from a mix of the blue and white tees, all exclusively marked with IPGC tee markers, making it a sterner test than normal for the field.The course was in good condition and greens were consistent, but the bunkers need to be half emptied of sand and have it transferred to other areas of the course which are under construction. Phoenix, as always with money at the top of their priorities, would save a fortune in building costs and improve the bunkers immensely, in one fell swoop!The single flight saw two birdie ‘2’s, both on the Ocean par threes with Murray Edwards almost nailing an ace on hole five and Mark Lang securing a birdie on the seventh. On the main stage four golfers shared second place with scores of 33 points, the only surprise being high handicapper John Tallett sharing the spotlight with the long hitters Mark Lang, Jon Batty and Wichai Tananusorn. Well done indeed John! The winner, on his return from England, was Simon Kendall and his 39 points gave him a clear win by six points.Elsewhere in the field the Welsh pair of Huw Phillips and Mr Len both saw their efforts rewarded with the booby bevy and Jesper Hansen enjoyed a free beer as a result of the always eagerly awaited non-winners’ draw.With two more visits to the course next month we fear it will be a long time before many Pattaya golf groups return as the proposed high season green fee almost doubles what the discerning golfer will pay at courses like Khao Kheow, Greenwood, Bangpra and Emerald.Enjoy Phoenix while there is still time.
By DAVID NAGEL NEPEAN LEAGUE ONLY two games were played in the Nepean Football League over the Queen’s Birthday weekend…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.
Korbyn Chabot tied the game a 1-1 with a marker early in the second before Davies notched the winner.The Leafs, despite out shooting the defending Kootenay Conference Champs 34-28 in the game and 15-6 during the opening period, struggled once again to score goals. Over the last three games Nelson has scored just six times.Nelson, 8-6-0-0-1, falls to five points behind Murdoch leading Beaver Valley Nitehawks.Beaver Valley won its seventh straight game, scoring three times in the second period to edge Creston 3-2 in the East Kootenay City. Devin Nemes netted the winner, snapping a 2-2 tie.Beaver Valley visits the Leafs as Nelson concludes a three-game road trip Tuesday in Grand Forks.Game time Friday is 7 p.m. Matt Davies scored with six minutes left in the game to snap a 1-1 tie and power the Kimberley Dynamiters to a 2-1 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League victory over the Nelson Leafs Friday night in the Bavarian City.The game was the first of a weekend series against Eddie Mountain opposition for the Green and White.Nelson travels to Creston Saturday to face the Thunder Cats.Nelson opened the scoring five minutes into the contest when Andy Fitzpatrick scored his seventh goal of the season.
It is expected that attendance will be over 20,000 and as such high traffic volumes are expected in Galway, Salthill and Pearse Stadium areas as a result. Galway City Council and An Garda Síochána have met with the Galway GAA and Pearse Stadium Committees in preparation for the fixtures. A Traffic Management Plan is being put in place to ensure that delays are minimised. Bus Éireann will operate an increase public transport service between Eyre Square and Salthill and GAA clubs are organising private buses also to the match. This will include priority to all traffic on the Threadneedle Road, Bishop O’Donnell Road, Seamus Quirke Road, Quincentenary Bridge, Headford Road and Bothar na dTreabh as per attached map. Galway City Council will monitor our Traffic Control System and the Gardaí will direct traffic at all primary junctions along this route. All Supporters and Patrons are advised to use this route to and from the Stadium and to avoid the City Centre.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Pearse Stadium will host two games this Sunday 11th June. Kick Off at 1:30pm and 4pm. All Supporters and Patrons are urged to plan their journey and to arrive early, in order to avoid traffic congestion and delays. An Garda Síochána will be policing traffic and parking violations. The GAA are requesting, through clubs and media, that all Patrons arrive early, to park in the designated Car Parks and to park legally and responsibly at all times. Local Food and Beverage businesses in Salthill will be offering discounted prices to Match Day ticket holders before and after the games.
Michelle O’Keane, Simon Lowry, Áine McDermott, Emma Barrett, Matthew Brennan and Katie Dillon were honoured as well as Coaches Gina Naughton, Evelyn Bohan, Michael Spellman and Angela Griffin and were presented with special plaques by Mayor McNeilis and Deputy Mayor Donal Lyons. Others to speak were Director of Special Olympics Connacht Myra Merrick and Jason Craughwell of Galway Sports Partnership. The iconic and historic surroundings of the Meyrick Hotel in Galway played host to a special reception hosted by Mayor of Galway Niall McNeilis for Galway’s six athletes and four coaches who performed with so much honour, distinction and success at the Special Olympics in Abu Dhabi. John Mulligan was there and he first spoke to Mayor Of Galway City Cllr Niall McNeilis…Myra Merrick was next to speak to John and they started by going back to the launch of Team Connacht which took place a year ago in the indoor arena of athlone IT.ETwo of the coaches that were honoured were Gina Naughton and Evelyn Bohan. They were next to speak to John.Finally, we hear from one of the athletes who took part in the games in Katie Dillon.The Galway Athletes and Coaches pictured with Mayor Niall McNeilis, Deputy Mayor Donal Lyons and our own John Mulligan at the Mayor’s reception held in the Meryick Hotel in Galway. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
ARSENAL have refused Tottenham their full ticket allocation for their Carabao Cup quarter-final on safety grounds.The Gunners host their bitter rivals in the cup next month but following discussions with their Safety Advisory Group, Arsenal have denied Spurs fans their full allocation.3 Arsenal have refused Tottenham their full ticket allocation for their Carabao Cup quarter-finalCredit: PA:Empics SportThe visitors are entitled to more seats than a usual Premier League match with away teams being permitted 10 per cent of the home side’s capacity in both cup competitions.Although Spurs revealed they applied for the maximum allocation of 6,000 tickets, Arsenal refused and offered slightly less.Following discussions with their Safety Advisory Group, the club announced they would only be providing Tottenham with 5,233 (8.68 per cent) due to issues with segregation at the Emirates.Despite the tasty tie being a local derby, The Gunners have kept prices low in line with other fixtures in the competitions this seasons with lower tier access priced at just £10.3 Mauricio Pochettino and Unai Emery will face one another twice in a matter of weeks in DecemberCredit: Getty – Contributor3 Tottenham’s new stadium is edging closer to completionThe cup clash on December 19 comes less than three weeks after the sides meet for the first time this season, in the league.Unai Emery squares off against his North-London counterpart Mauricio Pochettino in the Premier League on December 2.Tottenham are set to return the favour exactly three months later, at their new rebuilt White Hart Lane on March 2, but this has yet to be confirmed.The stadium, which was due to be ready in September, has suffered continuous delays and former striker Paul Miller has let slip that it won’t be finished anytime soon.Arsenal’s Shkodran Mustafi reveals the ‘biggest thing’ Unai Emery has done since taking over Most Read in SportFeatureNAKED TRUTHThe most embarrassing wardrobe malfunctions in sport, including Venus WilliamsBRO MESSAGEBobby Charlton’s touching tribute to Jack revealed as he misses funeral serviceFRESH OUTFITMicah Richards pokes fun at Roy Keane backstage at Sky Sports studiosLEADING BY EXAMPLEBrian O’Driscoll feels ‘too guilty’ not to wear face mask when shoppingFOND FAREWELLShane Lowry shares moving snap as he says goodbye to daughter Iris at airportVideoMAC IN ATTACKMcGregor shows off football skills as UFC star proves he’s no one-trick pony”When it’s ready, it’s ready,” he said. “The expectancy was it would be fired up and for whatever reason, it didn’t get done. But it will be done very soon.”You see it every day on the social media. It looks magnificent.”I’m sure it’s not a long way off. I’ve certainly been informed within the club that we’re looking at February as the start date.”It still gives us three months but if you look at when we came out of there, it will have been 21 months.”Tottenham’s Toby Alderweireld finds it difficult to play football on Wembley pitch