Previous articleThe (hypothetical) AlternativeNext articleOpen House will uncover Limerick architectural treasures Meghann Scully Linkedin Email RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Advertisement Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Print WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick PostLimerick Post ShowMet Éireannstormstorm lorenzoweather WhatsApp LimerickNewsStorm Lorenzo update for LimerickBy Meghann Scully – October 3, 2019 1708 Facebook Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Twitter A status red weather alert is now in place across the countryMet Éireann has issued an ORANGE Wind Warning for Limerick.The warning is valid between Thursday 03 Oct from 6pm to Friday 04 Oct at 3am.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Limerick City and County Council are monitoring the situation closely.Due to wind and heavy rainfall there is a chance of flooding in locations with temporary flood defences being deployed.Southwesterly winds veering westerly will reach mean speeds 65 to 80km/h with gusts generally of 100 to 130km/h, higher in coastal regions. Storm surges will produce coastal flooding and damage.In addition, there are two YELLOW warnings from wind and rain affecting the whole country. Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener
continue reading » CUNA and the Wisconsin Credit Union League filed an amicus brief Friday with the Wisconsin Supreme Court supporting a narrow interpretation of the Wisconsin Consumer Act (WCA). Plaintiff’s attorneys in Wisconsin have been targeting lenders, including credit unions, with litigation under the WCA. CUNA and the league argue these suits are frivolous and could affect access to credit.“Wisconsin credit unions have been the target of lawsuits and counterclaims seeking damages and attorney’s fees under the WCA in response to their good-faith efforts to collect on legitimate debts,” the parties stated in their brief.CUNA and the league argue:The plaintiff does not have a right of action, as neither the circuit court’s original ruling nor the court of appeals decision provides this right; 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
New Delhi: Former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar praised Indian captain Virat Kohli and said that the current skipper always puts his country before himself and that’s why Team India have emerged as the best team in the world.”I had earlier said that Virat Kohli will become a good captain after the World Cup because he is learning from his mistakes. He is learning well,” Akhtar said in a video posted on his Youtube channel. “He has learnt how to sort out India’s batting order and team composition. Virat Kohli is the best captain in the world but around him, there are so many poor captains.”India has recently registered their historic 11th home Test series win as they defeated South Africa comprehensively in the second match of the ongoing three-game rubber.The former Pakistani speedster also expressed disappointment about mediocre captaincy which is seen in contemporary times. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
After starting the season 12-0, the USC women’s volleyball team must now add a tally to its loss column.The Women of Troy saw their undefeated season come to an end Friday night after losing to No. 10 Washington in five sets, 25-22, 25-22, 15-25, 18-25, 15-5. It was USC’s sixth straight loss in Seattle.Air it out · Junior outside hitter Alex Jupiter led USC with 23 kills in the loss to Washington and 19 kills in a win against Washington State. The loss to the Huskies was USC’s first this season after 12 straight wins. – Tim Tran | Daily Trojan USC went down two sets early but quickly fought back. It convincingly won game three and broke a 10-10 tie in game four after five straight points behind senior outside hitter Geena Urango’s serve, eventually tying the match at 2-2.However, the Women of Troy were not able to keep that momentum upon entering the fifth and final set. They lost the clinching game and subsequently the match.“We won games three and four pretty easily and then never got started in five,” USC coach Mick Haley said. “It was really disappointing because I felt we were the better team. Statistics showed we were the better team and we really let Washington steal one.”Junior outside hitter Alex Jupiter led USC with 23 kills. Freshman outside hitter Falyn Fonoimoana added 16 kills.“I really wanted to practice being able to handle [Washington’s] intensity, and I didn’t think we did that very well,” Haley said. “Then when we relaxed, I think we just roared through them, kind of took them out of their own game and their own gym, only to come back in the short game, game five, and just not be able to function.”When the Women of Troy won the third and fourth games, Haley said he was confident about his team’s chances of coming away with the conference victory.“I thought we were in total control of the match,” Haley said. “Then we tried too hard in game five again, and it was just a shame.”After Friday’s defeat, the Women of Troy did not have much time to reflect. They travelled to Pullman to face the Washington State Cougars just a day after the loss.After being down 8-7 early in the first set, USC won eight straight points behind junior setter Kendall Bateman’s serve, pushing the score to 15-8. After that, USC never faltered, sweeping the Cougars 25-15, 25-17, 25-19.Jupiter led the team with 19 kills, along with three aces, six blocks and only three unforced errors, hitting .516 in the match. After the game, Haley could do nothing but praise his All-American outside hitter.“Jupiter came on big time. [Friday] night, she had a lot of kills, but she had 10 unforced errors. [On Saturday], she did a much much better in that regard,” Haley said. “All in all, she just dominated the opposition.”It was not just Jupiter who committed too many unforced errors this weekend. Haley identified that as one of the biggest problems his team faced.“It’s just the unforced hitting errors that I think [we need to] work on being a little bit smarter, a little more in control,” Haley said. “I think as we talk about that in practice and design drills to work on that. I think we’ll get a lot better there.”Although unforced errors proved to be the team’s Achilles’ heel this weekend, there was one very positive aspect of USC’s play — serving.“We had 19 aces in two days in Pac-10 competition,” Haley said. “That’s tremendous serving on our part. We served at the highest level we’ve ever served at since I’ve been here at USC.”The Women of Troy will look to get back on track for next weekend, as they host No. 1 Stanford and No. 8 California at the Galen Center.