Legal director at centre of High Court dispute

first_imgThe dismissed former director of West Yorkshire Police legal services is at the centre of a dispute that led to the suspension of another force’s temporary chief constable on grounds that the High Court subsequently ruled were ‘perverse and irrational’. Afzal Hussain, dismissed from his legal director’s role after 17 years, brought a claim of unfair dismissal to an employment tribunal citing, among other reasons, racial discrimination. Lincolnshire temporary chief constable Neil Rhodes, as part of a police peer support scheme, acted as Hussain’s Chief Police Officers’ Staff Association friend to initiate a without-prejudice discussion. Court papers show that Fraser Sampson, chief executive and solicitor to the office of the West Yorkshire police and crime commissioner (PCC), wrote to the Lincolnshire PCC, former radio and TV journalist Alan Hardwick, alleging that Rhodes had acted improperly during the tribunal proceedings by supporting the discrimination claim despite knowing that it was unfounded. Hardwick suspended Rhodes from his post on 25 February. However, the High Court found on 28 March that the suspension of a chief constable by a PCC should be an act of last resort. Mr Justice Stuart Smith said that Hardwick’s decision to suspend Rhodes was ‘irrational and perverse’ because of ‘fundamental errors’ in his approach. He made an order quashing Rhodes’s suspension, allowing him to return to his role as temporary chief constable with immediate effect. Manchester firm Lewis Hymanson Small partner Imran Khan, who acted for Rhodes, said that the court had ruled that PCCs cannot suspend a police head for ‘insignificant reasons’, but must be sure that the allegations will lead to serious disciplinary charges, and that the decision to suspend is ‘rational in the circumstances’. He said that it was not in the ‘public interest’ to suspend a chief constable unless there are credible allegations that bring his or her ‘integrity or ability to perform the role into question’. Hussain’s employment tribunal case continues.last_img read more

DR Congo’s elections body postpones release of presidential vote result

first_imgDR Congo Massacre Electoral officials in the Democratic Republic of Congo have postponed the release of the presidential election results despite immense calls for the outcome to be published.CENI said it would not release the result on Sunday as initially scheduled, but would do so “next week”.The head of the commission Corneille Nangaa said on Saturday that less than half of the votes had been counted and as such it was not possible to declare any winner.“It is not possible to publish the results on Sunday. We are making progress, but we do not have everything yet,” he said.Earlier this week, the Catholic Church in the country said it knew there was a clear winner from the vote. It called for the result to be made public to avoid political unrest.The calls by the church prompted condemnation from the government, which accused it of engaging in “something illegal” and accused it of “preparing the population for insurrection”.The United States has also called for transparency in the release of the result, a stand which has been echoed by the European Union and the United Nations.Should the process move on smoothly and a new president is declared, the DR Congo will witness its first peaceful transition of power since independence.Related DR Congo to fully finance December electionscenter_img DR Congo elections body delays voting in three citieslast_img read more

T&T PM: No need for political intervention in WI cricket

first_imgDr Keith Rowley (file photo)PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley says there is a need for “modern, sensible management” of West Indies cricket but does not believe regional politicians should intervene in the administration of the game.The Trinidad and Tobago leader argued that the sport in the Caribbean had been badly managed and said it was “disappointing” to witness the state in which it had now found itself.Speaking on local radio here, Rowley said he had hoped that last year’s aborted tour of India could have led to a watershed moment in the management of West Indies cricket.“I was kind of hoping that debacle in India would have resulted in the bankruptcy of the West Indies Cricket Board,” Rowley said candidly.“If the Indians had pressed for their [US$] 42 million and the West Indies Cricket Board couldn’t pay it, they go bankrupt and get out of business and then something else emerges as modern sensible management of this resource, this cultural iconic part of our existence that is West Indies cricket.”He continued: “It is really disappointing to see how we as West Indians have taken the best legacy that has been bequeathed to us and just ruined it by general misconduct.”Rowley was weighing in on the latest controversy to hit West Indies cricket, where head coach Phil Simmons was suspended for questioning the integrity of the selection process, regarding the one-day team for the upcoming tour of Sri Lanka. Sharing is caring! Share NewsRegionalSports T&T PM: No need for political intervention in WI cricket by: Jamaica Observer – October 3, 2015 Tweetcenter_img 115 Views   one comment Share Sharelast_img read more

Meralco blanks Davao to stay unbeaten in PFL

first_img[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”] [av_one_full first min_height=” vertical_alignment=” space=” custom_margin=” margin=’0px’ padding=’0px’ border=” border_color=” radius=’0px’ background_color=” src=” background_position=’top left’ background_repeat=’no-repeat’ animation=”][av_heading heading=’Meralco blanks Davao to stay unbeaten in PFL’ tag=’h3′ style=’blockquote modern-quote’ size=” subheading_active=’subheading_below’ subheading_size=’15’ padding=’10’ color=” custom_font=”] BY ADRIAN STEWART CO[/av_heading][av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”]Monday, June 5, 2017[/av_textblock][av_image src=’’ attachment=’107999′ attachment_size=’full’ align=’center’ styling=” hover=” link=” target=” caption=” font_size=” appearance=” overlay_opacity=’0.4′ overlay_color=’#000000′ overlay_text_color=’#ffffff’ animation=’no-animation’][/av_image]center_img MANILA – Meralco Sparks kept its unbeaten record in the 2017 Philippine Football League after dominating over Davao Aguilas, 2-0, at the Rizal Memorial Football Stadium.Curt Dizon and James Younghusband scored a goal each to lead the way for Meralco Sparks, which maintained its hold of the top spot in the standings (4-0-0, 12 points).“We knew that this will be a tough match,” said Meralco Sparks head coach Aris Caslib. “That was why, heading into this game, we worked on our organization in attack.”Meralco Sparks quickly got into the scoring column on Saturday night as Dizon fired one on close range from a pass by Joaquin Canas in the sixth minute. They failed to score a follow-up as Davao Aguilas tightened its defense.At the second half, Meralco Sparks managed to double the advantage with James Younghusband tapping back a blocked shot of brother Phil. Davao Aguilas had chances to score, but Meralco Sparks easily foiled their attempts.In the other match, Kaya relied on the stellar performance of Jordan Mintah to score a 4-2 victory over Ilocos United at the Quirino Stadium in Vigan.The Ghanaian striker had been active on the offensive end as he involved in the four goals that Kaya scored to tally its second consecutive victory for seven points in the standings.Mintah forced a penalty that was easily converted by Adam Reed to open the scoring for the Makati City-based team in the 23rd minute. He later set up Robert Lopez Mendy to stretch the lead to 2-0.Ilocos United managed to trim the deficit to 2-1 on a conversion by Fil-Nigerian Chima Uzoka, but Mintah made his presence felt anew when he assisted Ilonggo Jovin Bedic for a 3-1 Kaya advantage.Mintah capped off his game with his own conversion from the penalty area for a 4-1 advantage before Uzoka notched his second goal of the game with a hit in the stoppage time./PN[/av_textblock][/av_one_full]last_img read more

Ifeanyi George: Rangers TM Tasks NPFL Clubs On ‘Professionalism’ (AUDIO)

first_imgRangers Team Manager Amobi Ezeaku says Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) clubs must ‘embrace professionalism’ in their day-to-day operations, especially with regards to the safety and protection of players’ lives.Last week, Rangers presented Life Insurance benefits worth Twenty Million naira (N20m) to the family of their late striker Ifeanyi George, who died alongside two others, in a ghastly auto crash in March on his way to Lagos.The gesture from Rangers was triggered by an agreement the Enugu-based club have with Premier Brokers Nig. Ltd, who released a N20m Premium for the late footballer.Just like Rangers, Ezeaku wants other NPFL sides to partner with insurance companies to create safety nets for their players against severe injuries and death, which is part of the CAF Club Licensing regulations.“The message is clear; we must all strive to embrace professionalism,” he said in a radio interview. “Other clubs should try as much as possible to reach out to insurance companies around. They should make sure they do these things the proper way, so that when they (the Insurance companies) pay the Premium, they will benefit.Download Audio“Recall also that when Ifeanyi Egwim got injured in 2016, till this moment, he was treated and he still receives his salary. And these things must be done with all transparency, with all professionalism.“So, my message is simple: NPFL clubs must strive, even within all odds, to embrace professionalism,” he concluded.RelatedEverton FC vs Manchester CityJune 30, 2017Similar postBREAKING: Enugu Rangers’ Ifeanyi George Killed In Ghastly Auto Crash (PICTURES)March 22, 2020In “Featured”RobertoJune 30, 2017Similar postlast_img read more

BPCC women win opener

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Stock watch: LSU moves to No. 4 in Amway Coaches Poll

first_imgStock up: Houston. The Cougars also climb three slots to No. 19 after pulling away from winless Central Florida to keep their own record unblemished. They still trail fellow American Athletic Conference unbeaten Memphis, No. 16 this week, in the rankings.Stock down: Toledo. The Rockets didn’t drop, but staying put at No. 20 while Houston inched ahead of them wasn’t a helpful poll result in the quest for a major bowl invitation. Nevertheless, Toledo did overcome a slow start to get by Massachusetts in Mid-American Conference action — or should we say, MACtion.New kids on the block: No. 24 Pittsburgh, No. 25 UCLA.College dropouts: Texas A&M, California.GALLERY: AMWAY COACHES POLL .oembed-asset-link { background: #fff; border-bottom: 1px solid #e1e1e1; }.oembed-link-anchor { display: block; clear: both; }.oembed-link-thumbnail{ float: left; padding: 14px; }.oembed-link-thumbnail img { max-width: 78px; max-height: 60px; display: block; }p.oembed-link-title { font-size: 75%; color: #009BFF; margin: 0 14px; padding-top: 12px; font-weight:normal; text-align: left; line-height: 120%; }p.oembed-link-desc { font-size: 100%; color: #666; font-weight: normal; margin: 0 14px 14px 14px; font-family: ‘Futura Today Light’; text-align: left; line-height: 120%; } USA TODAYCollege football’s Week 8 winners and losers There’s one thing to be said for college football. Even in a relatively quiet week, it’s not uneventful. A couple of upsets to top-10 teams caused most of the movement in the new Amway Coaches Poll.Ohio State solidified its hold on the No. 1 ranking following perhaps its most dominant performance of the season to date at Rutgers. The Buckeyes claim 49 first-place votes, up four from last week.Baylor, with  nine firsts this week, holds steady at No. 2 after downing Iowa State, but the Bears might be without starting quarterback Seth Russell for a stretch. TCU, which had the week off, also stays put at No. 3 with two No. 1 nods. TOP 25: Amway Coaches PollLSU edged ahead of Michigan State for the No. 4 spot. The Tigers receive one first after handling a non-conference challenge from Western Kentucky. They get a week off before a huge SEC West showdown at No. 7 Alabama.The No. 5 Spartans, despite a strong outing from quarterback Connor Cook to get by Indiana, were outpolled by LSU by seven points. Stock down: Utah. The Utes suffered their first setback of the campaign at Southern California. As a result, they take the biggest rankings hit this week with a seven-position drop to No. 14.Stock up: Duke. They had to work extra hard for it, but the Blue Devils match the biggest gain of the week after their four-overtime win at Virginia Tech. Duke checks in at No. 18.Stock down: Florida State. The other top-10 upset victim, thanks to a crazy blocked field goal return on the game’s final play at Georgia Tech, takes a six-place plunge to No. 15.Follow the road to the 2015 College Football Playoff at The Football Four, our home to rate and debate the nation’s best.center_img Clemson, a big winner at Miami (Fla.), remains No. 6 but gets a No. 1 vote for the first time this season.Stock up: Stanford. There wasn’t a whole lot of room for upward mobility, but the Cardinal made the most of their opportunity after taking care of Washington. Stanford climbs three places to No. 8, nudging ahead of No. 9 Notre Dame, which didn’t play this week and only gains one position. USA TODAYSnap judgments from Week 8 of college football .oembed-asset-link { background: #fff; border-bottom: 1px solid #e1e1e1; }.oembed-link-anchor { display: block; clear: both; }.oembed-link-thumbnail{ float: left; padding: 14px; }.oembed-link-thumbnail img { max-width: 78px; max-height: 60px; display: block; }p.oembed-link-title { font-size: 75%; color: #009BFF; margin: 0 14px; padding-top: 12px; font-weight:normal; text-align: left; line-height: 120%; }p.oembed-link-desc { font-size: 100%; color: #666; font-weight: normal; margin: 0 14px 14px 14px; font-family: ‘Futura Today Light’; text-align: left; line-height: 120%; }last_img read more

About time! Many SEC get a break this week

first_imgCOLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) — Texas A&M, LSU and Kentucky are off this week and five other teams in the Southeastern Conference get a respite from the rigors of league play with nonconference games.It’s a nice break for SEC teams looking to finish the season strong or improve their bowl destination — or simply becoming eligible for one — with rivalry week looming in Week 14.No. 9 Georgia, which is coming off a win over 16th-ranked Auburn, hosts Charleston Southern, an FCS school with an enrollment of about 3,300.”We look at it as an opportunity,” Georgia cornerback Damian Swann said. “An opportunity to get better. An opportunity for guys to get some experience.”It’s their last tuneup before next week’s game against rival Georgia Tech, and Swann noted the value of stepping out of SEC play late in the season.”You can’t go out and play a 12-game playoff schedule,” he said. “Guys wouldn’t last. This is a physical sport. This is a physical conference. Trying to play all those games in back-to-back weeks is going to be difficult … so getting a change of pace is good for a lot of guys to get some experience and get some playing time.”Second-ranked Alabama got a hard-fought win over No. 4 Mississippi State last week. On Saturday, the Crimson Tide faces FCS school Western Carolina. Alabama coach Nick Saban raved about the improvement of the Catamounts, who won just two games last season, but have already collected seven victories this season.He then acknowledged that regardless of the opponent, he tries to make sure his team’s focus is on itself.”We care about what we can get fixed, how we can do better, and what we need to do to do that,” Saban said. “It’s really not so much about who you are playing but it’s about who you are and what you have to do to … find out if we can take advantage of the opportunity that we have.”At 5-5 and needing a win to become bowl eligible, the up-and-down South Carolina Gamecocks know they can’t take South Alabama lightly. South Carolina beat Florida in overtime last week after losing four of five.”We’re not good enough to think we can show up and roll over people,” coach Steve Spurrier said. “We know that we have struggled a lot this year and we’ve got to really play our best if we’re going to give ourselves a chance to win.”Florida is in a similar situation as the Gators get ready for Eastern Kentucky after coach Will Muschamp was fired following the loss to South Carolina. He’ll coach the final two regular-season games, giving the five-win Gators another reason to finish strong.”We have to win to send all our seniors out of our last home game with a win and to send (Muschamp) out with a win,” offensive lineman Trenton Brown said. “It’s like his senior night, too.”Auburn hosts Samford after consecutive losses to Texas A&M and Georgia, looking to get back on track before the Iron Bowl next week at Alabama.The Aggies and LSU are off on Saturday to prepare for a Thanksgiving game in College Station that will close the regular season for both teams. Texas A&M hopes to use the break to get several members of its defense healthy including freshman defensive end Myles Garrett. He is second in the SEC with 11 sacks, but sat out A&M’s loss to Missouri on Saturday with an undisclosed injury.LSU will try to snap a two-game skid in its first game on the holiday since 1973.Kentucky appreciates that it gets a week off before meeting rival Louisville on Nov. 29.”We’re banged up, for sure,” quarterback Patrick Towles said. “But it’s also great because we’ve got our biggest game coming up in two weeks and we’ve got an extra week to prepare.”Not everybody in the SEC has it easy this week with Vanderbilt traveling to No. 4 Mississippi State, Arkansas hosting No. 8 Mississippi and No. 19 Missouri meeting Tennessee.The Commodores are 0-6 in SEC play and can’t make a bowl game. First-year coach Derek Mason said they’re treating their last two games as their postseason.”Bowl-type atmosphere,” said Mason of facing their highest-ranked opponent this season on Saturday. “That’s what it is. That’s what you’re looking forward to. Again, you’re looking for an opportunity to show what you have and how you are.”___AP Sports Writers Gary Graves, Mark Long, Pete Iacobelli, Paul Newberry, Teresa Walker and John Zenor contributed to this report.last_img read more

Colorado Avalanche wear camo sweaters

first_img 1,276 Members Share this post BigBubba Colorado Avalanche wear camo sweaters 22,645 447 1,276 Location:Canada’s Vacation Paradise five boroughs, one City. BigBubba 479 Banned 139 SportsLogos.Net 0 139 Share this post Location:Colorado Posted February 12, 2012 22,645 Share this post Am I the only one who haetesss these things?Not even close. Link to post 3,760 Posted February 12, 2012 479 sportstar1212 Location:Chicago Am I the only one who haetesss these things? 22,645 Members 8,818 posts Link to post All Activity The Avs were wearing camo sweaters during warmups last night, for Military Appreciation Night. 0 Posted February 12, 2012 zpqmaowl 447 21 11,362 posts Members Share on other sites five boroughs, one City. 53,285 posts Share on other sites 419 4,132 posts the user formerly known as NJTank 0 Location:in phone After a quick Google search? Link to post Share this post Share this post Gothamite 23,667 posts Link to post Location:Indiana > Miami Gothamite Members 227 22,645 Members 3,760 22,645 sportstar1212 SportsLogos.Net Share this post Sports Logo News Penguins sweater looks great. 22,645 Gothamite By roxfan00, February 11, 2012 in Sports Logo News 3,760 22,645 Sign in to follow this   Posted February 12, 2012 Share on other sites 0 Link to post Share on other sites 227 786 Members Morgan33 zpqmaowl Not affiliated with 419 Gr3g3 Sports Logos Members Posted February 12, 2012 Colorado Avalanche wear camo sweaters 0 Share on other sites Share this post 0 Link to post Posted February 12, 2012 1,547 posts Favourite Logos:Wild, Whalers, North Stars, Avalanche 0 Share on other sites (edited) Posted February 12, 2012 Share this post Link to post Members 2,392 posts Link to post Posted February 12, 2012center_img Location:Calgary AB Canada Share on other sites Gr3g3 DeFrank The Blue Jackets should wear these for games, then they blend in and it’s easier to concentrate on the actual hockey team wearing the other jerseys. 9,114 posts Lee. roxfan00 Posted February 12, 2012 0 i like how Columbus and NY took the color out of their logo to match the camo. great stuff Favourite Logos: 2012 and 2014 Stanley Cup Champions Members 3,803 Link to post DeFrank Sports Logo News Share this post Morgan33 Members Link to post 22,645 Posted February 12, 2012 All Activity Posted February 12, 2012 Favourite Logos: 2012 and 2014 Stanley Cup Champions 786 3,803 0 Just remember that with the Jets uniforms, every night is military appreciation night I am so going to steal that. Share on other sites Just remember that with the Jets uniforms, every night is military appreciation night Share on other sites zpqmaowl 0 Share this post 419 Location:Washington, DC five boroughs, one City. This topic is now closed to further replies. 3,803 BrandMooreArt Gothamite Sign in to follow this   Members 139 22,645 419 Members 419 Share this post I can’t even see their logo. Wow, these camo jerseys really work! Posted February 12, 2012 Share on other sites Long as teams restrict the drag shows to pregame, I’m all for it. Link to post 479 Recommended Posts 53,285 posts Graphic Designer Members chrysleraspen08 419 8,272 posts Share this post I prefer when they don’t recolor the logos. The CBJ logo blends in too much with the jersey. 786 227 0 0 Share on other sites Lee. roxfan00 Nice to see other teams do that, to. I thought the Leafs were the only ones.I should pay more attention to league-wide special events haha. Share on other sites 5,125 posts 419 Link to post Posted February 11, 2012 861 posts 1,276 The Avs were wearing camo sweaters during warmups last night, for Military Appreciation Night. They look better than their regular sweaters Share on other sites Share this post Forums Home Link to post Share on other sites Edited February 12, 2012 by BigBubba Followers 1 447 IT’S KNIGHT TIME! BrandMooreArt 4,132 posts Followers 1 0 Colorado Avalanche wear camo sweaters 419 0 Share this post Link to post Location:Chicago Gothamite 419 53,285 posts Go To Topic Listing Sports Logos Posted February 12, 2012 Gothamite chrysleraspen08 zpqmaowl Forums Home last_img read more

Oakridge ends playoff drought with a convincing 41-7 victory over Grant

first_img Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Bestseller Share Report a problem This item is… Inappropriate / Offensive By Mitchell BoatmanLocalSportsJournal.comEGELSTON TOWNSHIP – For the first time since 2013, the Oakridge Eagles have advanced beyond the first round of the state football playoffs.After losing in the pre-district round two years in a row, the Eagles dominated Grant 41-7 on Friday night to qualify for next weekend’s Division 5 district championship game.Oakridge led just 6-0 at the end of the first quarter, but began to pull away in with two scores in the second and led 20-7 at the half.The Eagles tacked on one touchdown in the third quarter and two more in the fourth to complete the blowout victory.Oakridge Coach Cary Harger was happy with the victory, but still sees room from improvement.Blake Masterman takes the handoff from Brady Luttrull. Photo/Sherry Wahr“We lost in the first round (the last two seasons), so it definitely feels good,” he said. “We weren’t as mentally into that first half as we should’ve been. We’ve got to come back and improve on that.”Next up for the Eagles will be the Ithaca Yellowjackets, who have won five of the past six state titles in Division 6. Harger has been well aware of that potential matchup.“We thought about that possible matchup and we look at it as we’ve got to play them, but they’ve also got to play us,” the coach said. “We’ve got a strong playoff tradition as well. We’re looking forward to playing in a district final game.”As far as savoring Friday’s win, Harger doesn’t plan to let it linger.Oakridge QB Brady Luttrull heads into the end zone past the Grant defense. Photo/Sherry Wahr“One night – if that,” he said, “One night is all I give them and then we tell them they’ve got to move on.”Senior quarterback Brady Luttrull and sophomore running back Blake Masterman led the attack for Oakridge.Luttrull accounted for nearly 300 total yards and three touchdowns, while Masterman had more than 100 yards and two scores on the ground.Masterman is part of a three-man backfield for the Eagles, but got the majority of the workload on Friday.“Formation-wise we tried to spread them out, to see what kind of coverage they were giving us,” Harger said. “We were trying to see what they were going to do against our run game and see what would open up passing wise.”Masterman’s first touchdown, a 17-yard run, opened the scoring just 51 seconds into the game.No. 66 Cole Harger gets the Oakridge sack. Photo/Sherry WahrThe next score didn’t come until the 9:50 mark of the second quarter, when Luttrull found Austin Smith for a 50-yard touchdown pass. 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