News archive from 16 May 2012

'DISGUSTED' CAHILL ACCEPTS BAN

'DISGUSTED' CAHILL ACCEPTS BAN

Everton midfielder Tim Cahill has accepted a three-match ban for being sent off against Newcastle on Saturday but has accused opponent Yohan Cabaye of using language which has "no place either on or off the football pitch". The Australian's...

Daily Star, 22:02 in Sport
 

Ferdinand to miss out on Euro 2012 place over doubts about defender's fitness

Rio Ferdinand is out of the England squad for Euro 2012.The Manchester United defender will not be selected by Roy Hodgson when the new boss names his 23-man group on Wednesday at 1pm. The reasons for Ferdinand's exclusion is that there are doubts...

Daily Mail, 22:02 in Sport
 
Ladies lift the League Cup

Ladies lift the League Cup

ASHINGTON Ladies collected their first piece of silverware since forming three years ago with a convincing 5-1 win over Forest Hall at Woodhorn Lane on Sunday in the League Cup final. The home side started brightly and in the fourth minute took the...

 

V&N lose as Real move back on top

THE Hirst Centre in Ashington hosted another night of six-a-side action on Thursday which saw a top of the table clash in the MB Socca Leagues division one. V&N Jewellers were top by three points going into the game with Real Ashington. But it did...

 

Mountain bike league set to start in Gallagher Park

A NEW mountain bike league is being created in south east Northumberland. Barnesbury Cycling Club are promoting a new cross country MTB series starting on Monday, May 21, at Gallagher Park in Bedlington. The ‘Muddy Monday MTB League’ – supported by...

 

Hartley see off Redcar

NEW Hartley Juniors, playing their eighth game in 12 days, went nap against second placed Redcar on Saturday. Having already bagged three points against Cowgate in midweek this meant that Hartley needed to beat their nearest rivals to be in with a...

 

Olympic coach to give tips to local athletes

AN OLYMPIC coach is to pass on tips and advice to up-and-coming athletes and coaches. The McCain Northumberland Athletics Network have organised an evening, with Peter Stanley – who coached Jonathan Edwards to Olympic gold – and officials Bill and...

 

'Torture' detainee wins challenge

The judge said that - in part as a result of the case - Defence Secretary Philip Hammond had now stopped all transfers of detainees from British forces to the Afghan authorities "as part of an ongoing review". The judge also gave peace...

 

'Disgusted' Cahill accepts ban

Everton midfielder Tim Cahill has accepted a three-match ban for being sent off against Newcastle on Saturday but has accused opponent Yohan Cabaye of using language which has "no place either on or off the football pitch". The Australian's...

People, 22:11 in Sport
 
Nvidia CEO pushes graphics chips toward cloud

Nvidia CEO pushes graphics chips toward cloud

Huang showed programmers and engineers at an industry event new technology adapting Nvidia's Kepler graphics processors, or GPUs, for cloud computing. "For the first time we have virtualized the GPU," Huang said. "One GPU can now be...

 
Facebook options seen listed on May 29

Facebook options seen listed on May 29

Facebook shares will begin trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market this Friday. The world's No. 1 social network plans to raise more than $12 billion in its highly anticipated initial public offering this week. The International Securities Exchange plans...

 

Town set to wow with flowers

TRADERS in Great Malvern are preparing once again to wow visitors to the town with their floral creations. This is the third time that Great Malvern Association of Traders (GMAT) has teamed up with the Royal Horticultural Society and the Malvern...

 
Exchange trip is real celebration

Exchange trip is real celebration

By Murray Kelso, @murray_kelso SOME 17 members of Droitwich Spa French Twinning Group enjoyed a very cultural time as part of their annual exchange visit to south-eastern France. They made the trip to Voiron, in the Val d’Isere region, last month...

 

Town set to wow with flowers

TRADERS in Great Malvern are preparing once again to wow visitors to the town with their floral creations. This is the third time that Great Malvern Association of Traders (GMAT) has teamed up with the Royal Horticultural Society and the Malvern...

 
Everton FC's Tim Cahill 'disgusted' by Yohan Cabaye comments

Everton FC's Tim Cahill 'disgusted' by Yohan Cabaye comments

Everton FC midfielder Tim Cahill has accepted a three-match ban for being sent off against Newcastle on Saturday but has accused opponent Yohan Cabaye of using language which has "no place either on or off the football pitch". The...

Daily Post, 22:23 in Sport
 


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