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first_imgRelated Somalia’s Central Bank says the national currency is being destabilized by a wave of counterfeit money. As CCTV’s Mohamed Hirmoge reports, the dollar is the preferred currency in Somalia, given the weakening shilling, and the risks of running into fake local currency Floods destroy homes in Somalia Somalia debates on banning Burqas UN lauds Somalia electionslast_img

Freshmen give USC needed depth

first_imgWill Hanley is a junior majoring in political science and communication. His column, “Sports Willustrated,” runs Thursdays. To comment on this story, visit dailytrojan.com or email Will at whanley@usc.edu. With a typically obnoxious case of the stomach flu keeping me bedridden for the past few days, I took to mindlessly perusing social media as a means of occupying my time. Shockingly, this undertaking didn’t fit into my mom’s suggested remedy of sleep, fluids and, “You shouldn’t go out so much!” It did, however, help shed some light on the Trojans’ consistently exciting, yet consistently inconsistent, performance on the football field thus far. If my illness was good for anything, it was good to help me remember this simple fact: At USC this season, it’s all about the freshmen.Let’s back up a little. While taking a look at wide receivers coach Tee Martin’s Instagram account — how I got there is still unclear — I discovered a post-game photo of freshman wideout JuJu Smith and legendary rapper Dr. Dre. The photo struck me as odd, but not for the reasons you might think. Dre is a well-known USC supporter and one of the namesakes of the school’s Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy. Seeing him on the Trojans’ sideline is as normal as noticing celebrity regulars such as Will Ferrell and Snoop Dogg.No, for whatever reason, it was Smith who seemed out of place. This made hardly any sense, considering that aside from established standout Nelson Agholor, Smith has the most receptions of any Trojan this season. Though Smith’s face might not be recognizable to most USC fans just six games into his college career, his name is. But, the more I considered how quickly the youngster has transitioned from being just another name in a promising recruiting class to the linchpin of an underrated receiving corps, the more I realized that I had taken his youth for granted.Smith is just the tip of the iceberg. There’s versatile cornerback/wide receiver Adoree’ Jackson, stud tight end Bryce Dixon, human mountains at the offensive line in Viane Talamaivao and Toa Lobendahn, wide receiver Ajene Harris and key rotational pieces in the secondary such as John Plattenburg and Jonathan Lockett. All of them contributors. All of them true freshman. And I might as well have forgotten.It all started in the season opener against Fresno State. Leading up to the game, it was unclear how much any of these freshmen would contribute. Over the summer, my fellow columnists and I debated this exact question. I felt Dixon would be a major factor in the passing game, which he has been of late. I also theorized that Smith would have to fight for playing time in crowded groups at defensive back and receiver. Shows how much I know. Smith had four receptions for 123 yards against the Bulldogs, while Dixon and Jackson both caught touchdowns. Lobendahn, Talamaivao and fellow freshman guard Damien Mama all saw time on the offensive line, a historic moment for a program that prides itself on earning everything you get. Though it wasn’t always at the flashiest positions, there was a legitimate youth movement at the Coliseum.Still, it hasn’t all been smooth sailing for the Trojans’ freshmen. The experienced Stanford defense frustrated Smith. Lobendahn, Mama and Talamaivao have paved the way for redshirt junior tailback Javorius “Buck” Allen all season but struggled to keep redshirt junior quarterback Cody Kessler off of the turf against Boston College. Harris lost his starting position before the Fresno State game and still has only four catches on the year. But if these freshmen have been right there for USC’s worst moments of 2014, they’ve also been there for the best. Dixon and Smith pulled down three of Kessler’s school-record seven touchdown passes against Colorado on Saturday. Lockett and Plattenburg fearlessly relieved Jackson in the fourth quarter of a crucial win over Arizona. Jackson racked up a career-high seven tackles in the same game before going down to injury.Maybe there’s a reason why I’ve taken all these freshmen for granted. They contribute, sure, but they aren’t flashy. They don’t complain about playing time or make mental mistakes. They just go out and do what they can to help the team. As a unit, their strongest asset is that they don’t play — or act — like freshmen at all.So thank you, Tee Martin. Thank you, Instagram. Thank you, stomach flu and its subsequent medicinal haze. Now I know what I should’ve known all season: As the class of 2014 goes, so goes the USC football team — and it will be like that for years to come.last_img read more

Syracuse drops 6 spots to No. 18 in Inside Lacrosse poll

first_imgAfter losing two of three games since the last update, Syracuse (7-5, 0-3 Atlantic Coast) dropped six spots in this week’s Inside Lacrosse poll, to No. 18. It’s the third-straight week the Orange has dropped in the poll.Just hours after last week’s rankings came out, Syracuse lost on the road to now-No. 9 Northwestern. SU snuck out a win at an unranked Princeton, 17-16, that wasn’t decided until the final seconds. But on Saturday, Syracuse returned to the Carrier Dome and was crushed by now-No. 16 Duke, losing 17-10.There are now five ACC teams above the Orange in the poll: No. 2 Boston College, No. 5 North Carolina, No. 10 Virginia, No. 14 Virginia Tech and No. 16 Duke. Three of those teams still remain on SU’s schedule: VT, BC and UNC.Boston College remains one of two undefeated teams in Division I, at 13-0. No. 1 Stony Brook is 9-0.Syracuse’s next game is on the road, when the Orange travels to Baltimore, Maryland, to take on Loyola (Maryland) on Thursday. Loyola is up one spot to No. 6 in this week’s poll after beating two unranked teams last week, American and Boston University.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on April 2, 2018 at 3:46 pm Contact Billy: wmheyen@syr.edu | @Wheyen3center_img Commentslast_img read more

KCCA to face Jackson Mayanja’s Al Masry in Confed Cup

first_imgShare on: WhatsApp TP Mazembe (COD, holders) v JS Kabylie (ALG)AC Leopards (CGO) v Mbabane Swallows (SWZ)FUS Rabat (MAR) v MAS Fes (MAR)Enugu Rangers (NGR) v Zesco Utd (ZAM)Mounana (GAB) v ASEC Mimosas (CIV)Rail Kadiogo (BUR) v CS Sfaxien (TUN)Wits (RSA) v Smouha (EGY)CNaPS Sport (MAD) v Recreativo Libolo (ANG)KCCA (UGA) v Al Masry (EGY)Ports Authority (GAM) v Al Hilal Obeid (SUD)Port Louis (MRI) v Club Africain (TUN)Rivers Utd (NGR) v Rayon Sports (RWA)Barrack Young Controllers (LBR) v SuperSport Utd (RSA)AS Tanda (CIV) v Platinum Stars (RSA)Horoya (GUI) v Ittihad Tanger (MAR)First legs: April 7-9, second: April 14-16Note: winners qualify for group stage Action between KCCA and Sundowns. KCCA now travel North to face Jackson Mayanja’s former club Al Masry PHOTO KCCA MEDIAAfrican giants Mazembe and Kabylie paired as KCC drawn to face Jackson Mayanja’s Al MasryJohannesburg, South Africa | AFP | Multiple CAF title winners TP Mazembe of the Democratic Republic of Congo and JS Kabylie of Algeria were paired Tuesday in the CAF Confederation Cup play-offs draw.Mazembe won the African equivalent of the Europa League last season, comfortably defeating another Algerian club, Mouloudia Bejaia, in the final.The Congolose club from southern city Lubumbashi are the second most successful in CAF competitions with 10 titles, nine less than Al Ahly of Egypt.Kabylie have won six African titles, and the pairing is a repeat of a 2010 CAF Champions League semi-final won 3-1 on aggregate by Mazembe.Mazembe are among 16 clubs demoted from the Champions League to the Confederation Cup last weekend after suffering round-of-32 losses.KCCA FC will take on Egyptian side Al Masry SC, a club that football maestro Jackson Mayanja played for as one of Uganda’s first professional players in the early nineties. This after Magid Musisi’s record signing for French Club Rennes.KCCA dropped into the Confederation Cup after they were knocked out from the CAF Champions League by title-holders Mamelodi Sundowns on Saturday.Mike Mutebi’s KCCA will host the first leg in Kampala on April 7 / 8 with the return leg played between April 14/15/16 in Port Said, Egypt.The other 16 clubs who went into the draw, including Kabylie, came through the Confederation Cup qualifying phase.Since defeating Bejaia, the Congolese have lost defender Christian Marylinda, midfielder Vermeille Bop and striker Jonathan Boling to Standard Liege.Ivory Coast-born midfielder Roger Assale also moved to Europe, joining Swiss side Young Boys Berne.French coach Hubert Veld moved, too, signing for Etoile Sahel of Tunisia, with compatriot Thierry Roger taking over in Lubumbashi.Morocco had three clubs in the draw and UFS Rabat and MAS Fes, both former Confederation Cup title-holders, were paired.Having eliminated Kalium of Guinea last weekend, Ijtihad Tanger will face another club from the west African nation, Proroyal.There were also three South African hopefuls and they avoided each other in a draw conducted by CAF general secretary Hicham El Amrani in Cairo.Johannesburg outfit Wits, beaten by Al Ahly in the Champions League, face more Egyptian opposition in Smouha.Platinum Stars are away first to AS Tanda of the Ivory Coast and SuperSport United also travel to west Africa to play Barrack Young Controllers of Liberia.First legs are scheduled for April 7-9 with the return matches a week later and the 16 overall winners qualify for the group stage.DrawYoung Africans (TAN) v Mouloudia Alger (ALG)last_img read more

Vlanich sparks Leafs past Summerland 7-4 to conclude Okanagan road trip undefeated

first_imgJust over two minutes later, Brandon Sookro made it 2-0 before Rylan Sideroff stopped the bleeding for Summerland.However, Jamie Vlanich scored on the power play before the period ended to reestablish Nelson’s two-goal advantage.Vlanich and Tyler Garcia made it 5-1 and the rout was on.Nolan Percival and Darnel St. Pierre also scored for Nelson while Kienan Scott, Jason DaCosta and Paulsen Lautard, with time running out in the game, replied for Summerland.“This was a good weekend for the team, getting away together and spending time to really get to know each other,” Maida explained when asked about the first major road trip of the season.Nelson, 13-0-1-1, has played eight of the first 15 games at home.“I’m really happy for the boys,” Maida added. “They really played a solid team game each game of the road trip.”The Leafs tired somewhat in the third, putting the game on the back of goalie newly acquired goalie Brad Rebagliati, who faced 13 shots in the frame to register his second win in a Green and White jersey.Summerland finished the contest with a 34-28 advantage in shots.Nelson, finishing October with an 8-0-1-1 record, opens November on the road in Spokane Friday against the Braves.Nelson returns home to the NDCC Arena to host Osoyoos Coyotes Saturday at 7 p.m. The Coyotes are second in the Okanagan Division behind Kelowna with a 10-6 record.OVERTIME: Leaf center Jamie Vlanich, finishing Sunday’s game with four points, registered an eight-point weekend to jump into the KIJHL point scoring lead, two points ahead of Kelowna’s Nick Joseph. The Trail native has 12 goals and 25 assists for 37 points. . . . Leaf sniper Travis Wellman, with his league leading 23 goals, is third four points behind Vlanich. . . . Alec Wilkerson, Travis Wellman, Darnel St. Pierre and Nolan Percival each has two points in Nelson’s win Sunday over Summerland. . . . Tyler Moffat registered his ninth win of the season Friday to tie for the KIJHL lead in wins with Connor DeMelo of Kelowna. Moffat is third in league save percentage. The final game of the three-game in three-day road trip can sometimes be the toughest to find the necessary energy to get the job done.Not for the Nelson Leafs.The Murdoch Division leaders scored twice in a three-minute span during the first period en route to a 7-4 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League victory over the Summerland Steam Sunday in the South Okanagan City.The win completed a three-game sweep of Okanagan opposition for Nelson and increases the lead of the division leaders to eight points over second-place Beaver Valley Nitehawks.“We controlled today’s game from start to finish,” said Leaf coach Frank Maida following Sunday’s win.“We stuck to our game plan considering we played three games on the road in three days.”The Leafs, winners of six consecutive games, opened the road swing with identical 5-1 wins Friday in North Okanagan and Saturday in Kelowna.Sunday Travis Wellman, with his league leading 23rd marker, opened the scoring before seven minutes into the contest.last_img read more

Roller Derby season kicks off Saturday at Selkirk in Castlegar

first_imgRTRG, however, have been working hard at developing their new skaters this off-season, and if league scrimmages are any indication then there is some new talent that the rest of the league had best watch out for.From hard-hitting new skaters to fleet-footed veterans, the Rossland Trail team has been building momentum since last season and are eager to show the Kootenays what they’ve been working on up the mountain for all these weeks.The Killjoys may have finished 2013 on a win, but it means there is a target on their helmets coming into the new season and RTRG are only too happy to take the first shots.During the 2013 off season, as so often happens in roller derby, player retirement and relocation led to two of the five teams suffering low numbers, and low numbers at practice impedes the opportunity to hone skills and develop team cohesiveness.But roller derby athletes never say die, and the Valley Vendettas and Babes of Brutality agreed that for the 2014 season they would join forces to bolster their strength, creating a new team that combines the Valley’s teamwork and energy with Salmo’s fabled brutal hits and experience.Meanwhile, the Dams have been breaking free of their party-team reputation and are cross training and skating like never before, and are determined to win the Golden Boot this season.Pitting Dam City’s consistency and determination against Valley Brutality’s refreshed take on the meaning of teamwork, this game is sure to be one of the most ferocious of the season and will set a tone for the rest of 2014.Tickets can be purchased at Selkirk College Book Store and Central City Shoes in Castlegar, or online at www.kootenayrollerderby.com The new 2014 West Kootenay Roller Derby season kicks off Saturday with doubleheader action at the at Selkirk College gymnasium in Castlegar.The Nelson Killjoys are out to prove last season’s title was no fluke as the Heritage City squad takes on rival Rossland Trail Roller Girls (RTRG) at 7 p.m. in the feature match.Kicking off the season is host Dam City Rollers meeetinga yet-unseen Valley Brutality at 5 p.m.The Killjoys won the Golden Boot last season and this year have helmets to match – and they intend on keeping the complete set.last_img read more

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