LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Centre point: Jonathan Davies, who ran great attacking lines against Ireland, scores his second try in DublinBy Paul WilliamsWALES BEAT Ireland 23-21 in Dublin on Sunday in their opening Six Nations fixture, but what did we learn about the men in red? Here’s the lowdown on the good, and not so good, of their performance – and stay tuned for more Welsh analysis throughout the rest of the championship.1. Welsh back-line makes a big impressionEven by modern standards, Wales have assembled an enormous back-line and they dominated the Irish threequarters in a manner rarely seen in Tier One Test rugby. But this wasn’t the barrage of the ten channel that has historically welcomed Ronan O’Gara. The selection of the defensively sound Sexton and the absence of O’Driscoll meant that Wales targeted the 12/13 channel instead – and with enormous success. Jamie Roberts’s inside angles were destructive and Jonathan Davies’s blend of inside-out and outside-in attacking lines led him to top the try count and ball-carrying stats for both teams (two tries/64m). It meant that the comparatively diminutive centre partnership of Gordon D’Arcy and Fergus McFadden had to make 26 tackles between them, whereas Roberts and Davies made a miserly 12. But whilst the Welsh centre pairing may have dominated midfield, George North was, at times, unplayable. Whether he is running hard, direct lines or more subtle diagonals, North is beginning to embarrass some of the biggest names in rugby. Lions Jamie Heaslip and Rob Kearney were both dispensed with during North’s early touchline burst, but it was the manner in which he dismissed Fergus McFadden that produced the game’s ‘YouTube moment’.2. Never rule out Ryan JonesRyan Jones may no longer be the fulcrum of the Welsh team, but he played a vital role against the Irish. Jones doesn’t possess Dan Lydiate’s technical proficiency, which brought O’Brien, Ferris and Heaslip down to earth in the World Cup, but he is an organised and relentless defender – he was Wales’ third highest tackler with 11. But it is Jones’s ball-carrying that is most valuable to Wales. Whilst he rarely makes the 30-yard runs through the ten channel (the sort that close out Six Nations highlights programmes), it is his persistent five-yard carries in the narrow channels that are so beneficial to Wales. Jones’s heavy and belligerent ball-carrying not only sucks in more guards to the ruck area, it also allows Toby Faletau more freedom to sit wide (and create the sort of breaks that will, at some stage, close out a Six Nations highlights programme). If Wales had lost in Dublin on Sunday, it would have been yet another defeat that the Welsh management could justifiably put down to poor goalkicking. Wales had a success rate of just 42.95% in Dublin which is well below the requisite 75/85% demanded at Test level. Whilst Rhys Priestland’s goalkicking is notoriously temperamental, even he must have been surprised when he missed a 22m tiddler from in front of the posts. You could hear the words “I could have kicked that” echoing around Wales, and for once they were right. With so many scrum offences resulting in knee-jerk penalty decisions, Warren Gatland needs to consider whether Leigh Halfpenny should be given the kicking tee for the rest of the tournament.What did you make of Wales’ performance? Let us know your thoughts by using the comment box below. Tip tackles lose you matches. Having lost a World Cup semi-final for that very reason, you wouldn’t think the Welsh team need reminding that they shouldn’t lift players ‘above the horizontal’. That’s why Bradley Davies’s decision to upend Donnacha Ryan was unfathomable. It was negligent on so many levels. Davies’s decision reduced Wales to 14 men and created extra gaps in a defensive line that had played 65 minutes of intense rugby. Ten minutes in the bin also reduced Wales’ options in an already failing lineout. This will have implications beyond the game in Dublin, a citing is certainly in the post and will further deplete Gatland’s second-row options – he is already without Alun Wyn Jones and Luke Charteris. But above all the incident was malicious, genuinely dangerous and a sizable ban is sure to follow.4. The Welsh lineout is brokenWales won in Ireland despite their lineout. What was once deemed an Achilles heel is beginning to resemble a compound fracture. Wales had a lineout completion rate of 71.4% on Sunday (W10, L4) – the worst lineout completion percentage of the opening weekend of Six Nations fixtures. It simply isn’t good enough. Wales’ first lineout saw Huw Bennett throw a tricky, five-yard short ball to the first jumper. Whilst this unorthodox move brought a cheer from the crowd, it spoke volumes about Wales’ lack of confidence in their ability to secure possession. Much has been made of the injuries to Gethin Jenkins, Matthew Rees and Dan Lydiate, but Luke Charteris’s absence is arguably the most damaging. Big debate: Should Leigh Haflpenny be giving the kicking tee permanently?5. Goalkicking wins games Seeing yellow: Bradley Davies is sin-binned3. Wales must remember that rugby is a 15-man game NOT FOR FEATURED
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Dean Del Rio Jrhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/dean-del-rio-jr/ Twitter Another series win lands TCU Baseball in the top 5, earns Sikes conference award Rifle suffers first loss of season Dean Del Rio Jr is a Journalism major from Fort Worth, Texas. He is a member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia and both the marching band and basketball band. You can catch him around campus pigging out on restaurants near by, singing out loud, or walking his dog slash. Dean Del Rio Jrhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/dean-del-rio-jr/ Previous articleDixon: “Dreams do come true”Next articleGraduation: Looking back Dean Del Rio Jr RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Dean Del Rio Jr Dean Del Rio Jrhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/dean-del-rio-jr/ + posts Golfer accepted into multiple law schools Linkedin Twitter ReddIt Men’s tennis knocks off Rice printThe TCU Horned Frogs beat the Abilene Christian Wildcats 6-4 Tuesday night and extended their winning streak to five games.The Frogs chased the Wildcats’ senior pitcher Nate Cole (4 IP,6 H, 6 R) in the first inning as senior Dane Steinhagen (1-4, 3 RBI; 2 SO) hit a three run homer over left center to cap off a six-run 1st inning.“That was big, scoring all those runs on two outs,” said head coach Jim Schlossnagle. “He had a great batting practice and it showed up in the ball game.”Tuesday starter Dalton Horton (6.0 IP, 5H, 4R 4 ERA) struck out 10 on 85 pitches for the win.“I thought it was a pretty good team effort and team win,” said Horton. “I just tried to settle in, do my job and give this team a chance to win.”The Wildcats, who have lost seven straight, battled back in the 7th by hitting a 3-run shot off Horton and ending his night.Seniors Preston Guillory (2 strikeouts) and freshman Jared Janczak (0 hits) pitched the 7 and 8 innings, while freshman Durbin Feltman struck out the side for his first save of the season.“Maybe he ran out of gas,” said Schlossnagle about Horton. “He has 65 pitches coming into the inning but threw good pitches. That three run homer doesn’t mean a thing to me, he was outstanding and I thought the story of the night was him. It’s great for his confidence.”The Frogs were scoreless after the 1st inning.“I didn’t feel our energy was lacking. If anything, I think when you get up six-nothing and got a pitcher that’s coasting, it’s natural to kind of put it on cruise control, which may have been the case,” said Schlossnagle.Horton, who was a starter for his whole high school career, didn’t see himself becoming the Tuesday starter when the season began.“I wasn’t really sure what my role was going to be coming into the season, I was just worried about always getting better and just doing whatever I could to help this team succeed and hopefully make it back to Omaha,” Horton said.The Frogs combined for a season-high 15 strikeouts. There was a 14-minute delay after the lights went out.New basketball head coach Jamie Dixon threw out the ceremonial first pitch.TCU returns to conference play this weekend as they play at the University of Texas this weekend March 24. The next home game is April 6 against the University of Texas at Arlington. TCU baseball finds their biggest fan just by saying hello Dean Del Rio Jrhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/dean-del-rio-jr/ ReddIt Polo club riding high on success Facebook Facebook Linkedin Ryan Merrill takes a cut against Abilene Christian. Taylor’s monster slam highlights big weekend for TCU Athletics
“These proceedings are disproportionate and absurd, as well as untimely, since the Supreme Court has just started to consider the issue raised by the Globovisión clips.” Conatel launched the proceedings as Chavez, who won the presidential election on 7 October by a wide margin, was once again in Cuba for medical treatment and, because of his health, unable to attend his swearing-in for a new six-year term by the National Assembly due on 10 January, the date set by the constitution. Article 231 of the constitution, nevertheless, specifies that “if, for any reason, the president of the republic is unable to assume office before the National Assembly, he or she shall do so before the Supreme Court”. The highest court has thus ratified the principle of continuity of power by the elected president, supported by this provision.In the video clips, Globovisión takes the opposite view, namely that the postponement of the inauguration raises questions not only about the constitutional date of 10 January, but also the validity of the ceremony itself. It argues that the latter is reduced to a mere formality and questions the validity of the term of office beginning on 10 January, since the main party concerned was absent and did not take the oath of office. A questionable argument, undoubtedly, but one that in no sense renders the station guilty of “inciting hate and sowing panic among citizens”. Follow the news on Venezuela “The current political situation could have led to a genuine legal and political debate within the news media,” Reporters Without Borders noted. “Unfortunately, the dreadful polarisation sapping the country has produced a different result.” Organisation Venezuela’s National Telecommunications Commission (Conatel) launched proceedings on 9 January against the terrestrial television station Globovisión over its broadcast of four clips about the postponement of the inauguration of President Hugo Chavez for a new six-year term, originally scheduled for the following day. The videos are based on a specific interpretation of Article 231 of Venezuela’s Bolivarian constitution. The station was banned from rebroadcasting them and from expressing any opinion on the country’s Basic Law.Estos son los micros por los que Conatel abrió… par GlobovisionThe news station, highly critical of the Chavez government, has been the target of similar proceedings on seven previous occasions in recent years. Most recently, it was fined 9 million bolivars (2 million dollars) and its assets were temporarily frozen.Reporters Without Borders believes the charges against the organization to be excessive and once again based on an elastic interpretation of Article 27 of the Social Responsibility in Radio, TV and Electronic Media Law (Resortemec Law), which bans all content that might “incite hate or panic, or disturb public order”. “However debatable Globovisión’s interpretation of Article 231 may be, how could the constitution be read in such a biased fashion as to mean it might incite panic among the population?” the organization asked. “Are citizens so immature that they would be incapable forming their own opinions? Is debate not allowed? Once again a poorly-written law is applied selectively, based on ideological considerations. News Receive email alerts RSF_en VenezuelaAmericas January 13, 2021 Find out more to go further News June 15, 2020 Find out more News New wave of censorship targeting critical media outlets January 11, 2013 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Globovisión faces sanctions for its interpretation of the constitution News VenezuelaAmericas August 25, 2020 Find out more Help by sharing this information Coronavirus “information heroes” – journalism that saves lives Two journalists murdered just days apart in Venezuela
Facebook Drowning victim flown to Lubbock Pinterest By admin – May 8, 2018 Pinterest Local NewsCrime WhatsApp Mexican shrimp cocktail is one of the shrimp dishes that will be served to people at the sponsor tables for Shrimpfest. A 2-year-old child involved in a possible drowning Monday afternoon was flown to a Lubbock hospital for further treatment, an Ector County Sheriff’s Office news release stated.ECSO Spokesperson Gary Duesler said no further information is known at this time and the child’s condition was unknown as of Tuesday afternoon.Deputies were first called about the incident around 3:50 p.m. Monday in the 16500 block of South Windmill Avenue, the release detailed.The child’s mother told deputies her son had fallen into their swimming pool and she had pulled him out and called 911, the release stated. Facebook Previous articleWoman charged with meth possession, child endangermentNext articleCouncil appoints Marrero as city manager admin Twitter WhatsApp Twitter
The U.S. mortgage crisis is drawing to a close. That, at least, is the assessment of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, which stated recently that the final remnants of the recession’s “historically elevated rates of extreme mortgage distress and defaults” are largely in the rear view mirror and that the foreclosure crisis should officially end early this year.Several industry reports over the past several months bear the bank’s statements out. Earlier this week, ATTOM Data Solutions reported that foreclosures have hit a 10-year low nationally, and that even those foreclosures still on the books are mainly remnants of originations from a decade ago.“The end is near,” the bank wrote in its look at Eighth District states (the bank’s region). “The condition of current mortgage borrowers considered as a group—nationwide or state by state—is once again comparable to the period just before the Great Recession and the onset of the foreclosure crisis.”The bank targets the last quarter of 2007 as the beginning of the crisis. By the end of 2016, “many as 10 million mortgage borrowers may have lost their homes,” the bank stated.But by the end of 2016, several states had already exited their respective foreclosure crises, including Missouri and Tennessee. According to the bank, Arkansas and Illinois are primed to do so soon.A few states, namely Indiana, Kentucky and Mississippi, however, experienced much longer crises than a decade and have held onto higher rates of foreclosed properties. These states, the bank said, saw their foreclosure troubles start as early as 2001.Nevertheless, the bank wrote, foreclosure issues in Eighth District States, many of which were plagued by abnormally high foreclosure numbers during the recession, are nearing the accepted national benchmark of 2.81 percent of homes in foreclosure. Citing data from the Mortgage Bankers Association, the bank reported that foreclosure rates in all Eighth District states have been in sharp and steady freefall since 2013.According to the bank, the national foreclosure rate at the end of 2016 was 3.2 percent, which should return to 2.81 percent this quarter. All remaining Eighth District states should be out of their crises by the end of 2017, except for Mississippi, which, still contending with a 4.27 percent foreclosure rate, is expected to close out its crisis by mid-2018. Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Foreclosure Crisis St. Louis Fed 2017-01-12 Brian Honea The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago January 12, 2017 1,390 Views Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Print This Post Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Previous: Carson Spells Out Plans for Leading HUD Next: Health of Housing is Rising in the East Tagged with: Foreclosure Crisis St. Louis Fed Share Save St. Louis Fed: Foreclosure Crisis Nears Conclusion Home / Daily Dose / St. Louis Fed: Foreclosure Crisis Nears Conclusion Scott Morgan is a multi-award-winning journalist and editor based out of Texas. During his 11 years as a newspaper journalist, he wrote more than 4,000 published pieces. He’s been recognized for his work since 2001, and his creative writing continues to win acclaim from readers and fellow writers alike. He is also a creative writing teacher and the author of several books, from short fiction to written works about writing. Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily About Author: Scott Morgan in Daily Dose, Featured, Foreclosure, News Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Related Articles Subscribe
Share Save Print This Post Previous: Freddie Mac Tracks Serious Delinquencies Next: What’s Happening to Mortgage Default Risks? San Francisco and San Jose Approaching Pre-Crash Highs The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago About Author: Staff Writer Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago The most recent Home Value Forecast (HVF) Monthly Housing Report by Pro Teck caught its readers with a bit of a surprise. There were some new additions to the company’s top 10 list of core-based statistical areas (CBSAs) that saw value gains this month, and two dominant CBSAs dropped off the list since the first time in 2017—San Francisco and San Jose.Despite not making the cut, San Francisco and San Jose still maintain their top two positions for the highest average selling price. San Francisco showed a 59 percent increase in average home price compared to pre-crash high to $1.35 million and San Jose showed 4 percent increase to $1.1 million. This trajectory in average selling price mimicked the average household income for the two cities. The average household income recorded for Q1 2018 for San Francisco is $114,063 marking an increase of 49.5 percent, while the increase for San Jose is 41.5 percent. Tom O’Grady, CEO Pro Teck, concluded, “they are still hot markets.”Increase in average household income is not the only factor affecting the HVF; Pro Teck also takes into account affordability by calculating as the average mortgage payment needed to buy an average priced home. Both San Francisco and San Jose hit bubble territory (meaning home value highs not seen since 2005-2007) marking an all-time low for affordability. DS News examined bubble trends in its December 2017 cover story “Housing Bubble 2.0.” In it, writer Nicole Casperson spoke with CoreLogic CEO, Frank Nothaft who noted similar regional bubble concerns. “While economists may not foresee a housing bubble on a national level, bubbles may occur in localized markets, as they have in the past if the right elements are at play,” said Nothaft. Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Home / Daily Dose / San Francisco and San Jose Approaching Pre-Crash Highs Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Tagged with: Home Price Home value Forecast Hot Markets household HOUSING ProTeck San Francisco san jose Selling Price The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, Market Studies, News The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Home Price Home value Forecast Hot Markets household HOUSING ProTeck San Francisco san jose Selling Price 2018-02-28 Staff Writer Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Related Articles February 28, 2018 2,061 Views Sign up for DS News Daily Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Subscribe
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