Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Tim Dennehy, who is missing in Limerick since last MondayTim Dennehy, who is missing in Limerick since last MondayLIMERICK Gardaí are seeking the public’s assistance in tracing the whereabouts of Tim Dennehy (41), who is missing from Limerick City since this Monday.Tim was last seen in the Dooradoyle area of Limerick City on Monday night May 23 at approximately 11pm.Tim is described as being 5’8″ in height, of slim build, with short brown hair and a long beard.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up When last seen Tim was wearing a navy coloured Cork GAA hoodie with red sleeves, light brown trousers and brown shoes.Gardaí are concerned for Tim’s welfare and anyone with information is asked to contact them at Roxboro Road Garda Station on 061 214340, the Garda Confidential Line, 1800 666111 or any Garda Station. Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Linkedin NewsBreaking newsGardai seek help tracing missing Limerick manBy Staff Reporter – May 24, 2016 990 Print Previous articleSocials – UL Presidents Dinner 2016Next articleGarda Band and Brendan Grace join forces for McCabe Memorial Concert Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live TAGSDooradoylelimerickmissingTim Dennehy WhatsApp WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Advertisement Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Facebook Twitter Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Email
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The Nigeria striker turned from provider to scorer in the 38th minute when he finished confidently from inside the box off a Sanchez pass.He was extremely unfortunate not to complete his brace in the 51st minute when his powerful strike clattered against the crossbar after cutting inside his marker.Iwobi was substituted in the 74th minute to a standing ovation by the Arsenal faithful at the Emirates who realise that they have a gem in their hands.Wenger has now taken the time to extol the qualities of the young Nigerian forward after yet another accomplished display that belied his tender years.“He’s a creative player. He scores goals as well. Overall, he’s a midfielder and a striker so he can be creative in his passing. He’s very mobile too. We have a game based on movement and he participates very well,” Wenger told ITV after the game.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has praised the impact of Nigerian international Alex Iwobi in his squad. The 19-year-old continued to prove his worth at Arsenal as he scored his second goal in as many starts in the English Premier League on Saturday.Iwobi had earlier netted his first league goal of the season for Arsenal against Everton at Goodison Park on March 19. He got the nod from Wenger to start his second successive game for the Arsenal in the 4-0 defeat of Watford yesterday and did not disappoint.He scored a goal, created an assist, struck the crossbar and put in a lively performance which will no doubt please Wenger to no end.Iwobi was instrumental in Arsenal’s first goal in the fourth minute as he teed-up Chilean forward Alexis Sanchez, who fired home unerringly from close range.
It seems that the injury bug has followed the Yankees into the 2020 season.On Wednesday, the Yankees announced that starter James Paxton would be out for three to four months after undergoing surgery on his back. Earlier today, LHP James Paxton underwent a microscopic lumbar discectomy with removal of a peridiscal cyst. The surgery was performed by Dr. Andrew Dossett in Dallas, Texas. His approximate timeline to return to Major League action is 3-4 months.— Yankees PR Dept. (@YankeesPR) February 5, 2020MORE: When is Opening Day 2020?The news is brutal for the Bombers and Paxton. The Yankees faced similar troubles early last season when Luis Severino was shelved early in spring training with a shoulder issue. Severino missed most of the season while nursing the injury but did make a few starts down the stretch.Paxton’s situation is different, for a number of reasons: He’s not dealing with an arm injury, for one. He’s also set to be a free agent after the season, which could absolutely hurt his value in the immediate.Here’s what you need to know about Paxton’s injury:James Paxton injury update— Paxton threw 25 throws from 60 feet on March 11 and all went well. The lefty said he felt pain free.— Should all proceed smoothly, Paxton will begin throwing on Wednesday, March 11. — On March 5, Paxton told reporters he would begin throwing work within the next week, potentially as early as Friday, March 7.— The Yankees on Feb. 6 announced that Paxton would be out for three to four months after undergoing surgery to remove a peridiscal cyst from his back.Earlier today, LHP James Paxton underwent a microscopic lumbar discectomy with removal of a peridiscal cyst. The surgery was performed by Dr. Andrew Dossett in Dallas, Texas. His approximate timeline to return to Major League action is 3-4 months.— Yankees PR Dept. (@YankeesPR) February 5, 2020The surgery includes making a small incision along the affected area of the spine, and removing bone and disc material that can protrude and press on sensitive nerve areas in the back. It is a rare type of cyst that affects discs in the spine (per Spine.org.)The cyst can cause back pain and leg pain, depending on where it’s located.This is especially unfortunate for Paxton, considering he is a free agent following the season and would likely miss time into June or later, depending on how much work he gets in after being cleared to throw.James Paxton injury historyPaxton has dealt with an unfortunate injury history throughout his career:2019: Dealt with a knee injury that sidelined him for a month during the season. Also dealt with a sore glute later in the year, but was day-to-day.2018: A back injury sent him to the disabled list.2017: Dealt with a strained pectoral muscle, landed on the DL.2015: Landed on the DL with a strained tendon on the middle finger of his throwing hand.2014: Had a lat strain that saw him spend time on the (then) disabled list.MORE: Gerrit Cole is safe, ‘special’ $324 million bet for YankeesYankees’ rotation without PaxtonAs it stands, the Yankees’ rotation is still solid even without Paxton. 1. Gerrit Cole2. Luis Severino3. Masahiro Tanaka4. J.A. Happ5. Open competitionBefore the injury, Paxton likely would have slotted as the No. 2 starter behind Cole, splitting up the righties at the top of the rotation. The Yankees have several in-house candidates to break camp with the team:— Deivi Garcia, top prospect who will make his major league debut at some point during 2020.— Jordan Montgomery, who returned from Tommy John surgery in 2019.— Michael King, a top prospect who also was injured in 2019.— Jonathan Loaisiga, formerly an MLB Top 100 prospect, could spend time in the bullpen this season.
GLORY: Trained by Jerry Hollendorfer, this 4-year-old filly by Tapit pressed the pace and was overwhelmed by Nancy From Nairobi late when second in a one mile turf allowance here on March 4. Quick early, Glory showed the way in both the Grade III, one mile turf Megahertz Stakes Jan. 18 and the Grade III, 1 1/8 miles turf Robert B. Frankel Stakes Dec. 27, finishing a well beaten seventh and a close third, beaten a neck, respectively. Owned by Fox Hill Farms, Inc., she has three wins from 11 starts and seeks her first graded win in the Santa Ana. NANCY FROM NAIROBI: A dazzling one mile turf allowance winner here on March 4, this 5-year-old English-bred mare showed an impressive turn of foot, rallying wide from off the pace with the inner rail set at 30 feet. Trained by John Sadler and ridden in all four of her stateside starts by Abel Lezcano, Nancy From Nairobi, who was off the board in a pair of Group starts as a three year old in England, will be seeking her third consecutive win in her first North American graded stakes assignment. A 1 1/8 miles turf allowance winner two starts back on Feb. 5, “Nancy” has a win and a second from two tries at the Santa Ana distance and is 21-4-6-0 overall, with earnings of $151,456. THE GRADE II SANTA ANA STAKES IN POST POSITION ORDER WITH JOCKEYS & WEIGHTSRace 5 (of 11) Approximate post time, 2:35 p.m. PDTHer Emmynency – Joe Talamo – 123Nancy From Nairobi – Abel Lezcano – 118Nashoba’s Gold – Rafael Bejarano – 118Fresh Feline – Alex Solis – 118Glory – Mike Smith – 118Tuttipaesi – Christopher DeCarlo – 123First post time for an 11-race card on Saturday is at 12:30 p.m. Admission gates open at 10:30 a.m. CLASSY HER EMMYNENCY & UPSTART NANCY FROM NAIROBI BOTH PROMINENT IN SATURDAY’S GRADE II, $200,000 SANTA ANA STAKES FOR OLDER FILLIES & MARES AT 1 1/8 MILES ON TURF ARCADIA, Calif. (March 23, 2016)–Multiple stakes winning Her Emmynency and upstart Nancy From Nairobi both figure prominently among a field of six older fillies and mares in Saturday’s Grade II, $200,000 Santa Ana Stakes at 1 1/8 miles on turf. HER EMMYNENCY: A winner of the Grade I, 1 1/8 miles turf Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup Stakes at Keeneland two starts back on Oct. 10, Her Emmynency, in her first start for trainer Kristin Mulhall, was an even fourth here as the 3-1 favorite in the Grade II, one mile turf Buena Vista Stakes on Feb. 20. A one mile turf minor stakes winner at Santa Anita in October, 2014, this 4-year-old Kentucky-bred daughter of Successful Appeal was a close second in the Grade I Del Mar Oaks three starts back on Aug. 15 and has four wins from eight overall starts. Owned by Ike and Dawn Thrash, she has career earnings of $552,250.
THREE-TIME ECLIPSE CHAMP BEHOLDER AND RIVAL STELLAR WIND HEAD ZENYATTA NOMS; VICTORY IN EACH RACE GIVES THE WINNER A FEES-PAID BERTH IN CORRESPONDING BC EVENT ARCADIA, Calif. (Sept. 23, 2016)–Nominations for five Breeders’ Cup “Win and You’re In” Challenge races to be run on Oct. 1 closed on Thursday at Santa Anita, with superstar California Chrome heading a list of 20 three year olds and up considering the $300,000 Awesome Again Stakes at 1 1/8 miles, final prep for the $6 million Breeders’ Cup Classic at The Great Race Place on Nov. 5.Three-time Eclipse Champion Beholder heads a list of 13 fillies and mares nominated to the $300,000 mile and one sixteenth Zenyatta Stakes, final prep for the $2 million Breeders’ Cup Distaff Nov. 4. In search of a record fourth Zenyatta win, Beholder is expected to face rival Eclipse winner Stellar Wind, as the two have traded punches twice this year–with six year old Beholder winning the Grade I Vanity Mile at Santa Anita on June 4, and Stellar Wind, last year’s Eclipse Award winning 3-year-old filly, upsetting Beholder in the Grade I Clement Hirsch at Del Mar July 30.North America’s all-time leading money earner with $13,252,650, 5-year-old California Chrome, a winner of the 2014 Santa Anita and Kentucky Derbies, comes off a smashing score in the Grade I Pacific Classic Aug. 20 and has now won five races in a row, including the $10 million Dubai World Cup on March 26. Trained by Art Sherman and owned by California Chrome, LLC, the California-bred horse by Lucky Pulpit is tentatively scheduled to begin stud duty at Taylor Made Farm in Kentucky following the inaugural $12,000,000 Pegasus World Cup at Gulfstream Park on Jan. 28.Other notable nominees for Santa Anita’s Breeders’ Cup “Win and You’re In” Challenge Day Oct. 1 include:FrontRunner Stakes, for 2-year-olds at 1 1/16 miles, 43 nominations –Recent Grade I Del Mar Futurity winner Klimt heads this group. Trained by Baffert and owned by Kaleem Shah, Inc., the Kentucky-bred colt by Quality Road has won three out of his four starts and will try two turns for the first time.–Third to Klimt in the Del Mar Futurity, Midnight Pleasure, who is trained by Shelbe Ruis, will make his third start in the FrontRunner.–Trained by Simon Callaghan, Plum Dandy has the advantage of breaking his maiden at one mile on Aug. 25. Owned by Spendthrift Farm, LLC, the Kentucky-bred by Medaglia d’Oro will be making his third start.Chandelier Stakes, for 2-year-old fillies at 1 1/16 miles, 44 nominations –A full sister to 2015 Triple Crown winner American Pharoah, Zayat Stables’ homebred American Cleopatra disappointed when second as the favorite in the Grade I Del Mar Debutante Sept. 3, but looms the horse to beat in the Chandelier.–A Grade II winner two starts back, trainer Peter Eurton’s Champagne Room was third in the DM Debutante and will be making her third start.–Undefeated in two one mile starts on turf, LNJ Foxwoods’ homebred With Honors will take her unblemished resume to the main track for trainer Keith Desormeaux.–A Kentucky-bred filly by Ghostzapper, Zapperkat was an impressive first out maiden winner at odds of 12-1 going six furlongs on Aug. 20. Trained by Richard Baltas, she lends considerable depth to a competitive group of prospective entrants. Rodeo Drive Stakes, for fillies and mares three and up at 1 ¼ miles on turf –Trained by Richard Mandella, Avenge, a 4-year-old daughter of War Front comes off a solid win in the Grade II John C. Mabee Stakes. A winner of five of 11 starts, she’ll try 1 ¼ miles for the first time.–An English-bred 4-year-old filly, Frenzified comes off a minor stakes win at 1 3/8 miles on turf Aug. 19 and seeks her first graded score for trainer Jim Cassidy and owner D P Racing.–Mandella will also be represented by streaking California-bred Majestic Heat, who comes off a one mile turf win versus state-breds Aug. 14 and seeks her third consecutive win.–A Grade III winner at 1 3/8 miles on turf two starts back on July 9, Real Smart is a proven stayer for trainer H. Graham Motion.–A close third in the prestigious, Grade I Beverly D Stakes going 1 3/16 miles on turf at Arlington Park Aug. 13, Zipessa has solid credentials and is trained by Michael Stidham.Entries will be taken for Santa Anita’s Breeders’ Cup “Win and You’re In” Challenge Day on Wednesday, Sept. 28. Victory in each Challenge Day event gives the winner a fees-paid berth in its corresponding Breeders’ Cup race. First post time on Saturday, Oct. 1 will be at 12:30 p.m. For more information on the 23-day Autumn Meet, please visit santaanita.com.