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Limerick’s first Pride Wedding Show

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first_img THE inaugural Pride Wedding Show is being held on Tuesday August 26 at 7pm in No.1 Pery Square in association with Limerick Pride.Founded by Limerick-based ring designer Donal Carey and Wedding Planner of the Year 2014 Sharon McMeel, the show focuses on providing couples with expert advice in all areas in the wedding industry.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The show will feature a workshop from Donal, and Sharon and will give couples the opportunity to speak to experts in bridal/menswear, flowers, ceremonies and much more.Admission is free, but couples are advised to arrive early.For further information, visit http://theprideweddingshow.com Limerick Pride goes virtual for 2020 Photos: Thousands support Limerick’s celebration of World Pride TAGSLimerick PrideNo.1 Pery Square Print Facebook Linkedin A proud celebration for American newlyweds at Limerick Pride WhatsApp Emailcenter_img Previous articleAnother win for Limerick FCNext articleLimerick man is Rose escort of the year John Keoghhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Limerick Virtual Pride 2020 offers an amazing line-up of events RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR NewsLimerick’s first Pride Wedding ShowBy John Keogh – August 20, 2014 756 Limerick Pride 2020 to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community online Advertisement Twitter Watch: Limerick Pride marks 50 years of Stonewall Riots with ‘World Pride’ themelast_img read more

Jim Boeheim: ‘The scheduling is horrific in this league this year’

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first_imgSyracuse head coach Jim Boeheim stood at the podium shortly after the Orange defeated No. 25 Notre Dame, 81-66. There were only about 40 hours before he’d be standing there again, following SU’s matchup with Georgia Tech on Saturday at noon. “The scheduling is horrific in this league this year. It’s pretty obvious, everybody knows that. Why we’re playing Thursday when we could have played Wednesday. I don’t know. It just doesn’t make sense.”In addition to playing two days apart against the Fighting Irish and the Yellow Jackets, Syracuse will face Virginia Tech on Tuesday. Three games in six days for an SU team that has one of the tightest rotations in the country.“It’s really scary that when people that are doing these things don’t see that,” Boeheim said. “That’s what’s scary. Really, really scary.”After playing the currently 12-9 Hokies, Syracuse has 11 days off. In the same span it played four games prior, it will play none. After that, the Orange has another three games in a six-day span against Florida State, Boston College and Louisville.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe Syracuse players didn’t detract from their head coach, but didn’t go as far as to say the conference scheduling was stupid, either.“It’s tough. It’s ACC,” Trevor Cooney said. “It’s just how it’s gonna be. I mean you’re gonna play Thursdays and you’re gonna play Saturdays. And you’re gonna play Saturdays and you’re gonna play Mondays. It’s tough. Everyone’s doing it I think…It makes it harder that it’s a tough conference and every team’s good.”Michael Gbinije said he felt good, but heard where his coach was coming from.“I don’t understand it either, but I can’t do anything but try and get ready some more. I feel good honestly right now. I’m gonna be ready to go.“Shout out to pickle juice.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on January 28, 2016 at 10:46 pm Contact Sam: [email protected] | @SamBlum3last_img read more

UEFA Set to Introduce a Third Club Competition

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first_imgEurope is set to introduce a third club competition from the 2021-22 season, the head of the association representing Europe’s biggest clubs announced on Tuesday.Before Confederation of African Football (CAF) decided to copy the model of UEFA, it was running three continental competitions from 1992 to 2004 before it merged the CAF Cup with the then African Cup Winners’ Cup competition to form the CAF Confederation Cup, the continent’s version of Europa League of UEFA.According to reports from Reuters, European Club Association (ECA) Chairman Andrea Agnelli told his members at a meeting in Split, Croatia that the new event would bring the “overall number of clubs” involved in UEFA club competition to 96, the ECA said on Twitter. “Pending approval of the UEFA executive committee, the ‘green light’ has been given to introduce a third competition, bringing the overall number of clubs to 96, as of the 2021-22 season,” Agnelli said.Agnelli is also president of Juventus and sits on the UEFA executive committee, occupying one of two seats allocated to club representatives. UEFA was not immediately available for comment.Europe currently has two club competitions — the Champions League, which features 32 teams in the group stage, and the second-tier Europa League, which has 48.Europe used to have a third competition for winners of domestic cup competitions, known as the Cup Winners’ Cup, but it was abolished in 1999. Domestic cup winners now enter the Europa League.The ECA has previously called for more clubs to be involved in European competitions and a “greater certainty of matches” for participating clubs.Agnelli also repeated his call from last year for a drastic overhaul of the international match calendar, which is drawn up by global soccer body FIFA and allocates dates for national team games.“A detailed assessment of the existing International Match Calendar is required prior to presenting a new model post-2024. The current model needs modernising,” he said.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more