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16/06/2015Limerick Mens Health Week launch.Pictured helping to launch the event were, Dylan Kelly, Kileedy, Co. Limerick, Peter Coker, Abbeyfeale Co. Limerick and Jason Brouder, Monagea Co. Limerick. Picture: Alan Place/FusionShooters. 16/06/2015Limerick Mens Health Week launch.Pictured helping to launch the event were, Jason Brouder, Monagea, Co. Limerick, Denis Collins, Abbeyfeale, Finbar Ahern, Castleconnell, Gearoid Balfry, Patrickswell, Peter Croker, Abbeyfeale and Luke Kennedy, Limerick Sports Partnership. Picture: Alan Place/FusionShooters. TAGSinternational men’s health weeklimerickmen’s health week The annual initiative also aims to support men and boys to engage in healthier lifestyle choices and activities, as well as encourage the early detection and treatment of health difficulties in males.Limerick Sports Partnership hosted a calendar of events across Limerick City and County during the week. “Adopting a healthy lifestyle is not something that can easily happen overnight but small changes can make a big difference. Our focus over the past week was to inform men about the lifestyle changes that will make them live longer and healthier lives,” added Ms. Fitzgerald. Advertisement The LSP were delighted to have Lorcan Brennan present during the week who delivered the Men’s Development Network ‘Engage Training’ and also launched the LSP upcoming Men on the Move Health Checks Initiative to practitioners working with men across Limerick City and County. Vanishing Ireland podcast documenting interviews with people over 70’s, looking for volunteers to share their stories Facebook Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival “Figures show men on the island of Ireland experience a disproportionate burden of ill-health with one man in five dying before the age of 65. Many of those deaths are preventable, so this year’s Men’s Health Week contained a strong focus on men pursing a healthy lifestyle,” commented Mairead Fitzgerald, Sports Development Officer at Limerick Sports Partnership. Print NewsLimerick’s ‘Men’s Health Week’ shines a light on preventable health problemsBy Staff Reporter – June 22, 2015 885 The week was supported by the Men’s Health Forum in Ireland (MHFI), HSE, Bikeweek 2015, Men’s Development Network, UL Sport and LIT. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Among the events was an open swim session at UL Sports Arena, Go For Life Games at LIT Sports Hall, Walking Soccer in Abbeyfeale Astro Turf Pitch, a men’s health awareness event at Woodlands House Hotel in Adare, a Great Southern Trail Cycle and a men’s health physical activity information stand at the Daffodil Centre in the Mid Western Regional Hospital. Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Hundreds of Limerick men of all ages took part in a series of events marking International Men’s Health Week, which came to a close at the weekend. Email Twitter Previous articleRail tours from Shannon to boost tourismNext articlePictures – Down Syndrome Ireland Night at the Dogs Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Celebrated in most European countries, as well as in the USA, Australia, New Zealand and a number of other places worldwide, Men’s Health Week aims to heighten awareness of preventable health problems for males of all ages. Linkedin 16/06/2015Limerick Mens Health Week launch. Picture: Alan Place/FusionShooters. 16/06/2015Limerick Mens Health Week launch.Pictured helping to launch the event were, Finbar Ahern, Castleconnell, Co. Limerick, Aine Cunningham, Kileedy Co. Limerick and Denis Collins, Abbeyfeale, Co. Limerick. Picture: Alan Place/FusionShooters. Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” WhatsApp Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live
Oxford tutor Dr Stewart Wood has this week joined the group of politicians and advisors involved in the Gordon Brown bullying allegations.Wood, who works as Brown’s chief foreign policy advisor, explained an altercation with Gordon Brown to journalist Suzie Mackenzie. “[Brown] was in a really bad mood,” he said. “He walked up the stairs. And I leant forward and he went, “Outta my way!” And did that [Dr Wood makes a sweeping gesture with his arm] “Get outta my way!” Then he walked off…He‘s never punched me. He did push me aside.”Suzie Mackenzie, a journalist in regular correspondence with Wood, released details of a recorded conversation the two had concerning the Prime Minister. This was despite having an understanding with Wood that he would be made aware of what information she was releasing.Wood, also a Politics tutor at Magdalen College, had been working closely with Mackenzie over the past few years as she conducted extensive research for her character study on Gordon Brown.Describing their interviews, the journalist said, “We meet regularly, always with a tape on, and I should say here that our understanding has always been that I would not reveal what he has said without discussing things with him first.”Mackenzie disclosed the discussion of Gordon Brown’s outbursts to The Mail on Sunday, which published an article detailing the conversation last weekend.The allegations against the Prime Minister of abusive behaviour towards his staff first emerged in political journalist Andrew Rawnsley’s book The End of the Party. Published on the 1st of March, it charts the decline of New Labour and the relationships between the key party figures.Mackenzie raised the subject of Brown’s allegedly abusive behaviour with Wood over a lunch-time interview at popular Westminster restaurant The Cinnamon Club on 14th January.The journalist felt driven to publish this information after hearing Brown categorically state that he had “never, never hit anybody” or shoved them, during an interview on 28th February on Channel 4 News.She was so incensed by his denial that she published Wood’s statements to contradict what she felt was a falsehood from the Prime Minister.Mackenzie said, “I believe that what is being revealed here is a matter of public interest, that the time has come for transparency and honesty – most particularly in the run-up to an election.”The journalist acknowledged the moral ambiguity of releasing details of a conversation which was agreed as off the record. “Some people will find what I have done unconscionable. I accept this,” she said.Dr Wood responded to the media frenzy with the following statement, “Allegations that Gordon struck or punched me are totally wrong. As I recall, he was in a hurry that day, and barged past me . . . but he didn’t shove me. It did annoy me at the time, but it was an isolated incident”.The Mail on Sunday, which published Wood’s comments, has not responded to requests for a statement.
RelatedPosts Fulham keen on Lookman loan deal Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ EPL: Crystal Palace stun sloppy Man U Bruno Fernandes spared David de Gea’s blushes as he rescued a point for Manchester United after the goalkeeper’s howler gifted Everton the lead in an incident-packed 1-1 draw, with VAR also ruling out a late Dominic Calvert-Lewin winner. Calvert-Lewin charged down a hesitant De Gea clearance to hand Everton the lead with just three minutes on the clock at Goodison Park, but Fernandes equalised with his third goal in three games on the half hour, equalising with a near-post drive that Jordan Pickford will be disappointed not to have saved. Gylfi Sigurdsson crashed a free-kick against the post in the second half before a stunning double save from Pickford denied substitute Odion Ighalo the winning goal in stoppage time. But there was still time for VAR to have the final word as Calvert-Lewin’s deflected shot, deep into time added on, was ruled out by the technology after it ruled Sigurdsson, who was laying prone in an offside position, interfered with play. The decision prompted boos from the Goodison Park faithful, while manager Carlo Ancelotti was issued a straight red card for his remonstrations with the match officials after Everton were denied the chance to close the gap on fifth-placed United to two points.Tags: Bruno FernandesDavid De GeaEvertonManchester UnitedOdion Ighalo
Barca’s board has been under huge pressure due to the club’s fading fortunes on the field and the loss of Neymar to Paris Saint-Germain for a world record 222 million euros earlier this month.The attendance was also well down on the 50 000 fans that welcomed Neymar on his presentation four years ago.Following Barca’s recent 5-1 aggregate thrashing by Real Madrid in the Spanish Super Cup, the hashtag “bartomeudimiteya” (Bartomeu resign now) became a trending topic worldwide on Twitter.Dembele finally emerged in Barca’s famous red and blue strip, sporting the number 11 jersey vacated by Neymar.“I am very happy to be a part of this club,” Dembele told the fans.“It is the best club in the world with the best players in the world.”Dembele will form a fearsome forward line alongside five-time World Player of the Year Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez as Barca aim to wrestle the Champions League and La Liga titles back from rivals Madrid.“I hope we’ll have a great season and win all the titles with Barca,” added Dembele.“I hope to integrate myself well into the team, to get on well with everyone and the fans here in this beautiful stadium.”Dembele will have to wait until nearly two weeks to make his debut due to the upcoming international break before Barca host Espanyol in a Catalan derby on September 9.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram French wonderkid Ousmane Dembele’s presentation as Barcelona’s newest star was overshadowed by the tense atmosphere surrounding the Catalan club as fans jeered and called for president Josep Maria Bartomeu to resign.The 20-year-old became the second most expensive player ever after completing a 105 million euro ($125 million) deal that could rise to 147 million with add-ons from Borussia Dortmund on Friday.However, Barca’s planned programme for a blockbuster presentation was delayed for nearly two hours due to a paperwork issue in releasing his registration from Dortmund.The patience of 18 000 fans at the Camp Nou was tested with whistles during the delay and chants of “Bartomeu resign”.
Thunder’s Russell Westbrook throws ball at Hawks’ bench, gets in heated exchange with Vince Carter Paul George outscores Nets in fourth quarter to bring Thunder back to win Westbrook was out for revenge, recording 31 points while having to play alongside Kevin Durant, who had just left him to join the Warriors. However, Frank Kaminsky of the Hornets claims to be the creator of the celebration and even has a name for it. Thunder superstar Russell Westbrook has been fond of celebrations in recent years, and he popularized this “on fire” celebration en route to his first NBA All-Star MVP in 2016. For Kaminsky, the “hot guy” is his go-to 3-point celebration, and it was in full effect when he made a pair of shots from deep Friday in his team’s 113-107 victory over the Nuggets. He’s a skilled shooting 7-footer that can stretch the floor. Westbrook first did the celebration after making a shot from behind the arc, but he’s not shooting so well from deep this season. Westbrook is currently shooting 23.2 percent from range, while Kaminsky has a mark of 35.5 percent. Westbrook has donned a new signature celebration this time around. When he uses his strength and explosiveness to overpower weaker opponents, he likes to rock an invisible baby to sleep. He looks at it as “child’s play.”Russell Westbrook & Vince Carter exchange wordsTyler Dorsey loves itRuss & Vince each get a techRuss hits a shotThen does his rock the baby celebration!(Via @SportsCenter)pic.twitter.com/Kdb5Da6abC— Ballislife.com (@Ballislife) December 1, 2018 “Nah that’s me,” said Kaminsky when asked about using the celebration, which was popularized by Westbrook. “It’s called ‘the hot guy.’ I’m taking credit for it.” Related News