playing superbly to upset the inform Kiwis.Their success has mirrored that of their men’s side who play England in the corresponding final, and Taylor underscored the importance of both sides winning on Sunday.”It would mean a lot. We’ve been talking about it, just hanging out with the guys. It’s been so good,” she said.”Words can’t really explain how much it would mean for both teams. Especially for us because we’ve never been to the final before. For us to get this one would be like a dream come true.”Taylor has been the inform batsman with nearly 200 runs in a side where the batting has not really clicked, and Britney Cooper’s career-best 61 in the semi-final was the Windies Women’s only half-century.However, their bowling has been penetrative with Taylor claiming eight wickets with her off-breaks and leg-spinner Afy Fletcher and medium pacer Deandra Dottin both taking seven wickets.Note: The match starts at 4 a.m. Jamaica time.
A woman killed when she was struck by a car outside Donegal Town last night was returning from a country music event.The tragic victim has been named as Kathleen Pryal from Spierstown, outside Donegal Town.The 69-year-old woman was a huge fan of music and had just got off a bus when she was struck by a car. Mrs Pryal, was just a couple of hundred yards from her home when she was struck by the car at Tinnycahill at Clar near Donegal Town around 8pm.Gardai and the other emergency services rushed to the scene of the accident.Unfortunately, Ms Pryal (nee Harvey) was pronounced dead at the scene despite the best efforts of Gardai to save her.Her remains were taken to Letterkenny University Hospital where a full post mortem is to be carried out. Garda Siochana technical investigators at the scene of the fatal accident outside Donegal Town at Clar. (North West Newspix)Gardai sealed off the road and carried out a full forensic examination of the scene.Mr Pryal’s husband Martin was being comforted by family and friends yesterday.A neighbour of Ms Pryal’s said “Kathleen was the kindest person. She lived for country music.“She was a quiet person and herself and her husband Martin are the nicest people. It’s all just very sad and everyone is shocked by what has happened.”Gardai are appealing for anybody who was in the area at the time and who may have dashcam footage to get in touch. Mrs Pryal’s funeral details are yet to be finalised.Tragic Kathleen was killed coming home from country music event was last modified: September 25th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:CLARconcertcrashdeathDonegal TownKathleen Pryal
Justin Hagler returned an interception for a touchdown and caught a touchdown pass from Will Omey — who accounted for four scores on the day — and No. 2 St. Bernard’s Academy punched a ticket to the program’s first North Coast Section title game since 2016 with a 35-7 win over No. 3 Middletown in the semifinal-round of the Division 6 playoffs, Saturday afternoon at Crusader Field.Early in the second-quarter Hagler got his hands on an errant pass from Middletown’s Isaac Perez and returned the …
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Facebook Login/Register With: Between filming Carnival Eats and The Bachelor Canada, TV host Noah Cappe spent over 200 days on the road last year. This means, when he’s home in Toronto, Cappe spends most of his time relaxing with his wife, Keri West, and his friends and family—not cooking. “We’ve used our oven five times at the most since we moved in—two years ago,” says West. The couple, though, are known for their epic parties. (Cappe has seven siblings, so even intimate family gatherings are pretty big affairs.) They’re about to begin a massive reno on the first floor of their 100-year-old Christie Pits home. They’re adding a sunken living room to the back of the house, with a private theatre underneath. “The kitchen will be at the centre of everything, the heartbeat of the house,” says Cappe.Since neither Cappe nor West are big on cooking, their grocery list is curt: bread (bagels, English muffins, baguettes, toast) and Harmony milk. “Bread is my weakness,” says Cappe. “And chocolate milk, my medicine.” When pressed about what she likes to make for herself at home, West asks, “Does that include UberEats?”READ MORE Advertisement Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment NOAH CAPPE – PHOTOGRAPHY BY GABBY FRANK Twitter