first_imgElsewhere, Fleetwood beat Sunderland 2-1 to stay top of north group A, Salford were also 2-1 winners at Rochdale to stay top of north group B, while Shrewsbury kept up their 100 per cent record in north group C with a 4-3 win at Crewe.Norwich U21s lost 1-0 at Cheltenham, meaning they sit second in south group F; Plymouth beat Newport 3-1 in the same group.Mansfield beat Scunthorpe 2-1 in north group E, Oldham were 3-1 winners at Bradford in north group F, and Accrington won 1-0 at Barrow in north group G.- Advertisement – Liam Miller of Liverpool after scoring his side's opening goal during the EFL Trophy group match between Port Vale and Liverpool U21Image:Liam Miller scored twice but Liverpool U21s were beaten 4-2 at Port Vale Liverpool’s U21s were beaten 4-2 at Port Vale as they stayed bottom of north group D. Liam Millar scored twice for the Reds, but Mark Cullen, Aled Hurst, Harry McKirdy and Devante Rodney earned the hosts victory. Wolves U21s moved second in north group F with a 2-1 win at Doncaster Rovers thanks to a Fabio Silva double and Leicester U21s are top of north group H following the 3-1 win at Grimsby after goals from Callum Wright, Sidnei Tavares and Admiral Muskwe.West Ham U21s kept up their 100 per cent record in south group A as Kai Corbett’s early goal saw them past Portsmouth, and Fulham’s U21s lost a penalty shoot-out at Burton Albion after a 1-1 draw. Fabio Silva of Wolverhampton Wanderers celebrates after scoring a goal to make it 1-2 during the EFL Trophy match between Doncaster Rovers and Wolverhampton Wanderers U21 Image:Fabio Silva scored twice for Wolves U21s at Doncaster Arsenal U21s beat Gillingham on penalties on Tuesday in the Papa John’s Trophy to move four points clear at the top of south group B.Arsenal won 4-2 on penalties after a 1-1 draw at the Priestfield, as Catalin Cirjan’s opener was cancelled out by Gillingham’s Trae Coyle.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – – Advertisement – Hull City won 2-0 at Harrogate in north group H, Colchester thrashed Southend 6-1 in south group A, and Crawley beat Ipswich 2-0 in south group B.There were 1-0 wins for Oxford at Walsall and Swindon at Forest Green, Charlton beat Leyton Orient 3-1, and Cambridge beat Peterborough on penalties after a 1-1 draw.last_img read more


first_imgSunman, In. — The Salute a Soldier 5k Run/Walk is Saturday, September 9 at the Sunman American Legion Post 337.Registration is from 7:45 to 8:45 a.m. A short presentation along with a 21-gun salute at 8:45 a.m. and the run/walk begins at 9 a.m. There will be a special awards ceremony after the event. The course is timed by Stuart Road Racing.Proceeds will be directed to the Sunman American Legion Post 337 in the memory of PFC Tony Seig who lost his life Iraq back in 2006.All veterans and members of the military will be honored by small American Flags that will line the route. Resident s can purchase the flags for $10 at the event.last_img


first_imgA senior government minister in Britain, on Monday acknowledged that Caribbean people who arrived in the country several decades ago “have the right to reside here lawfully” as Prime Minister Theresa May gets ready to meet with Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders to discuss the situation of pre-1971 Caribbean undocumented United Kingdom (UK) immigrants.Very concerned Home Secretary Amber Rudd told Parliament she is “very concerned” about the way in which the Windrush generation, consisting of Caribbean nationals who were brought to England in the 1950’s and 60’s, have been treated.“Some of the ways they have been treated have been wrong, have been appalling, and I am sorry,” she said as she answered questions from Labor Party parliamentarians.Rudd acknowledged that the Home Office had become “too concerned with policy and strategy and sometimes loses sight of the individual”, in the recent past.High on CHOGM April 19-20 agendaLast weekend, the Barbados Government Information Service (BGIS) said an action plan to secure a permanent solution to the situation may be high on the agenda at the April 19-20 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in London.It said that it is anticipated that the situation will be thoroughly dealt with should officials decide to discuss the problems facing undocumented residents, which include the denial of access to critical services.The statement said that this discussion follows briefings by the CARICOM Heads of Diplomatic Missions at the St. Kitts and Nevis High Commission in London last Thursday regarding the predicament many elderly Caribbean migrants are facing.last_img read more