Tedeschi Trucks Band has announced that they’re heading across the pond for a three-week European/U.K. tour in April of 2019.The 14-date run will begin in Paris, France on Tuesday, April 2nd. From there, the band will head to the Eindhoven, Netherlands and Winterbach, Germany on Thursday and Friday, April 4th and 5th, respectively, before making their way to Stockholm, Sweden for a show on Monday, April 8th. Next, the 12-piece blues-rock powerhouse will hit Oslo, Norway on Wednesday, April 10th ahead of two Danish performances in Copenhagen on Thursday, April 11th and in Randers on Friday, April 12th.On Sunday, April 14th and Monday, April 15th, Tedeschi Trucks Band will head back to Germany for performances in Bochum and Hamburg before making their way to Italy for shows on Wednesday, April 17th in Milan and Thursday, April 18th in Trieste. The band will round out their run with a show in Zurich, Switzerland on Saturday, April 20th; a stop in Brussels, Belgium on Tuesday, April 23rd; and a tour-closing performance at London, England’s London Palladium on Saturday, April 27th.Tedeschi Trucks Band just finished a five-date run with Willie Nelson‘s traveling Outlaw Music Festival, where they joined in on Willie’s set on various occasions. Next up for the band is their sold-out annual October residency at New York’s Beacon Theatre, set to begin on October 5th.Ticketing information for Tedeschi Trucks Band’s 2019 European tour is available here. You can check out a list of the band’s newly announced European tour dates below. For a full list of the band’s upcoming tour dates, head to the band’s website.Tedeschi Trucks Band 2019 European Tour DatesApril 2 – Paris, FR – L’OlympiaApril 4 – Eindhoven, NL – Muziekgebouw EindhovenApril 5 – Winterbach, DE – Salierhalle WinterbachApril 8 – Stockholm, SE – Cirkus Arena & RestaurangApril 10 – Oslo, NO – Sentrum Scene NorwayApril 11 – Copenhagen, DK – Amager BioApril 12 – Randers, DK – VærketApril 14 – Bochum, DE – RuhrCongress BochumApril 15 – Hamburg, DE – Mehr Theater am GroßmarktApril 17 – Milan, IT – Teatro degli ArcimboldiApril 18 – Trieste, IT – Politeama RossettiApril 20 – Zurich, CH – Theater 11 ZürichApril 23 – Brussels, BE – Ancienne Belgique – ABApril 27 – London, UK – The London PalladiumView European Tour Dates
GUYANA’S One Star boxing referee/judge Romona Agard created history recently by becoming the first Guyanese referee/judge to be selected to officiate in the South American Youth Championships which is scheduled for Chile during the month of September.Agard was notified of the accomplishment by way of a letter from the America’s Boxing Confederation (AMBC).The experienced official said she is elated to be recognised by the AMBC who has recognised the hard work she has been doing over the years.She also extended gratitude to her husband Menard Wilson (also a referee), as well as Guyana Boxing Associations president Steve Ninvalle and other executives of the GBA for their support.Agard, the chairperson of the GBA’s Referee/Judge Commission, gained her One Star badge last December following success at examinations in Barbados after the GBA paved the way for her and Richard Braithwaite to attend courses there.
The Bayern Munich player, who’s 35, says it wasn’t an easy decision, but feels it’s the “right time”.Alonso was part of Liverpool’s Champions League winning squad in 2005. The midfielder is back from injury.Kick-off in Russia is at 6 o’clock.Meanwhile, former Liverpool midfielder and Spain World Cup winner Xabi Alonso will retire from professional football at the end of the season.
â€œThere is serious trouble ahead because Nigeria have experience, they know how to counter-attack and they know how to score,â€ stressed the Argentine football legend who watched his country squandered the lead to share points with Iceland last Saturday.Maradona went on to blast Sampaoli for his poor tactics against Iceland.â€œHis (Sampaoli) game-plan was a disgrace. Even though the Iceland players average 1.90m in height, we played all our corners into the air. We had no short game,â€ Maradona recalled.Last year, Argentina threw away a 2-0 lead to lose 4-2 to Nigeria in an international friendly in Russia. The perennial group stage customers are to clash in their last Group D game on June 26 here in Saint Petersburg.Argentina took the lead through Sergio Aguero in the 19th minute Saturday as a cigar-puffing Maradona looked on from the stands of the Spartak Stadium.But minnows Iceland, playing at their first ever finals, leveled four minutes later through Alfred Finnbogason.Messi, whose performances in World Cups are arguably the only blot on an other-worldly career, spurned a chance to take the lead when his 63rd-minute spot kick was saved by Hannes Halldorsson.But Maradona avoided criticising his heir apparent and instead pointed the finger at Sampaoli.â€œI donâ€™t blame the players. I could blame the lack of work rate. But I canâ€™t blame the players, much less Messi, who gave it all he had,â€ he said.â€œI missed five penalties on the spin and I was still Diego Armando Maradona. I donâ€™t think that they dropped two points because Messi missed a penalty,â€ added Maradona, who led Argentina to the quarter-finals in South Africa in 2010 as coach.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Argentina Legend Diego Maradona has warned his countryâ€™s Coach, Jorge Sampaoli, not to return home from the World Cup in Russia if the Albeceleste loses to Nigeria and fails to qualify from Group D to the knock out stage.Maradona who played against Super Eagles at Nigeriaâ€™s debut at the Mundial in 1994 in USA told Argentine Television Telesur’s ‘De la mano del Diez’ show that the way his country played in the opening game of Group D against Iceland leaves much to be desired.â€œIf he carries on like this, Sampaoli canâ€™t come back to Argentina.
Aodh Ruadh GAA News:MeetingThe monthly club meeting takes place this Wednesday, 26th August in Aras Aoidh Ruaidh at 8.30pm. All committee members are asked to attend. FootballA barn-storming last 15 minutes in Newtowncunningham saw Aodh Ruadh convincingly put their second round championship tie to bed as they ran out 3-13 to 3-7 victors. Ballyshannon got off to a good start, an early Seamus Kane goal carrying them into a four point lead. Naomh Colmcille dominated the middle half hour though and lead 2-4 to 1-5 at the interval, maintaining that lead early in the second half. A brilliant David Dolan goal turned the tide and from there Aodh Ruadh outscored the hosts 1-5 to 0-1 down the stretch. That victory makes it two wins out of two in group 1 of the intermediate championship and puts Ballyshannon in the driving seat for a place in the knock stages. We have a full match report from the game up on aodhruadh.org with pictures to follow. Meanwhile Aodh Ruadh’s chances of progression in the reserve championship were dealt a fatal blow when they lost out to Naomh Colmcille in a nine goal game, 5-16 to 4-8 the final score. The reserves struggled to muster a team to travel to Newtowncunningham for their second championship match. Having lost the first match to Buncrana a win here was a must. The visitors, despite having a much weakened team, gave a great account of themselves in the first half keeping the hosts within sight thanks to goals from Anthony Coughlin and Jamie McDonald. However a couple of fortuitous goals saw the hosts go in at the break leading 3-7 to 2-5. The second half however was much less of a contest as the hosts made the most of the numerical advantage and their subs playing against the 14 weary travellers. They slowly extended their lead throughout the half as fatigue set in among the Ernesiders. Further goals from Niall Thomas and a beauty from Dermot Slevin kept some respectability on the final scoreline of 5-16 to 4-8. A very disappointing day for the lads who made the effort to make the trip. We will have pictures from the game up on aodhruadh.org later in the week.Aodh Ruadh are at home this Sunday, 30th August in the championship with Saint Naul’s the visitors to Father Tierney Park, throw-in at 3pm. That is preceded by the reserve championship clash with the same opposition at 1.30pm.Aodh Ruadh played a big role as Donegal won the Jim McGuigan Ulster under 17 competition on Saturday. They defeated Tyrone 3-10 to 0-9 in the semi-final before beating Monaghan 3-14 to 0-7 in the final. Nathan Boyle captained the side, following in the footsteps of another Aodh Ruadh Donegal captain at this competition, Niall Harley. Shane McGrath played both games, showing well at full forward. Oisin Rooney come on in the final and made a good contribution. Mick McGrath also provided administrative assistance. This is the third year in a row Donegal has won the competition with Aodh Ruadh having substantial involvement in all three wins.Congratulations to Adam Clarke who won the 58th edition of the Bakery Cup on Wednesday. His side overcame the challenge of Shane Gillespie’s men in the final on a scoreline of 6-6 to 4-4. Adam’s team was Aaron Duffy, Odhran McGarrigle, Conall Bradshaw, Kyle McCafferty, David Doherty, Ryan McDonald, Daire Warren, Mark McGlynn, Philip Cassidy, Adam McGlone, Jack Hourihane and Shane Carty-Fenlon. The win caps a great year for Adam when he played a real leader’s role at centre back in the under 14s. The under 14s hosted Grange for a challenge in the park on Saturday afternoon. It was a relaxed affair with Aodh Ruadh winning well after having previously lost twice to the Sligo side this season.Under 13 training is now underway on Mondays and Wednesdays at 4.30pm.There will be under 12 training this Friday at 4.30pm. The Willie Rogers Tournament will take place on Saturday 19th September. With a large attendance of players, mentors and supporters expected a loaf of sandwiches, tray of buns or similar from ALL PLAYERS is absolutely essential. Help will also needed with catering in Aras.Our under 8s produced their best display of the season on Saturday morning out in Bundoran. They did very well against sides from Bundoran and Naomh Bríd. Many thanks to the Bundoran club for organising the blitz, especially the refs, who were excellent and played the games in the right spirit. The Aodh Ruadh players who took to the pitch in Bundoran were: Anton Duffy, Ben Daly, Bobby Melly, Cádhla Dolan, Che Barron, Cormac Finnegan, Dara McGloin, Dara O’Mahoney, Dáithí Sheerin, Donagh Kelly, Eoghan Gallagher, Eoin Cassidy, Finn Doogan, Garvey Meade, James Gallagher, Joseph Gibbons, Liam Doogan, Oisin Sweeny, Sadhbh Hughes, Sam Davitt, Sean O’Neill, Stephen Doran, Ted O’Donnell, Thomas White and Tomás Keown. Training continues this Friday for the under 8s and under 6s from 6.30pm to 7.30pm in Páirc Aoidh Ruaidh. HurlingRound five fixtures in the hurling championship will take place this Wednesday 26th August at 7pm with Aodh Ruadh hosting Saint Eunan’s in Father Tierney Park.There was no action on the field last week as the under 12s game with Saint Eunan’s was rearranged and Buncrana didn’t travel for the under 16 game. The under 16s finished fourth in the league and it looks like they’ll face a very difficult game away to Buncrana in the semi-final.The All-Ireland blitzes take place this Saturday and we hope to have players involved in the under 14, under 15 and under 16 squads. There is an all-county hurling blitz in Convoy on Sunday for the under 8s and under 10s full details later in week.Reunion for 1990 Community Games championsThere will be a reunion on Saturday 29th August in Bridgend Bar for the 1990 Donegal and All-Ireland winning Community Games team of Aodh Ruadh. The team who won the county title that year were Stephen Ward, Paul Rafferty, Kenneth McGurren, Martin Gallagher, Sean Maguire, Anthony Sheerin, Gavin Rogers, David Greene, James Shannon, Brendan Boyle, Dermot Fox, David Hoey, Sean Perry, Matthew Hughes, Christy Coughlin, Barry Travers and Jamie McCauley. Michael ‘Sticky’ Ward was captain while Jim Kane was manager. Contact Sean Perry (0879105013) or Jim Kane (0862849425) for further details regarding this event.Club kitWe now have official club shorts available to order. They are O’Neill’s, so top quality kit. Kids sizes (24 and 26) cost €18, while adult sizes (28, 30, 32, 34, 36 and 38) cost €22. We’ll have samples available and images on aodhruadh.org. Contact Chris Kelly on 0868813553 to place your order. Our navy blue soft shell jackets are also back on sale. We now have three youth sizes available. Ages 7-8 priced €40; ages 9-10 priced €40; and ages 11-12 priced €45. All jackets will have the Aodh Ruadh and GAA crests, plus the child’s initials on the sleeve. We are also able to order Ladies soft shell jackets with pink Aodh Ruadh crest and GAA logo. We are also selling adult jackets. You can check out samples of the shorts and jacket on aodhruadh.org. For further details call Chris on 0868813553.Abbey Centre BingoLast week’s €400 bingo jackpot was shared between Helen Coughlin, Ballyshannon and Patsy Sheerin of Rosinver. The August Big Bingo is this Friday at 9pm in the Abbey Centre with a massive €3,200 prize fund including the €1,000 jackpot game! The summer snowball is now at €625 on 51 numbers or less. Books priced at €15 for a full book, or half books for €8, or get the book and a half special for €20. See you there.Aodh Ruadh LottoThere was no winner of last week’s Aodh Ruadh Lotto jackpot of €7,100. The winning numbers drawn were 1, 5, 6, 7, 9 and 14. In the lucky dip €20 went to Stephen Ward, Woodlands; John J. McGarrigle, Cashelard; Patricia Worsnop, Corlea; Frances Daly, Abbeylands; and Caroline Finnerty, Parkhill. Next draw in Pat’s Bar with a Jackpot of €7,200 on Sunday at 8.30pm.The lotto team for McCosker’s Centra this Saturday is: JUVENILE HURLERS.You can receive the club notes by e-mail every Tuesday morning. To subscribe, enter your details on the website, www.aodhruadh.org, or e-mail your request to [email protected]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~This is the weekly e-mail newsletter from Aodh Ruadh GAA Club. If you have received it in error, please contact us at [email protected] us on the social mediaFacebook: Aodh Ruadh CLGTwitter: @aodhruadh.GAA NEWS: AODH RUADH PRODUCE STUNNING PERFORMANCE TO DEFEAT NAOMH COLMCILLE was last modified: August 25th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:GAASport