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Jobs boost for Limerick with new furniture store opening

first_imgLinkedin Danish furniture retailer Jysk has announced plans to open a shop in Limerick in March 2020.Jysk opened its first Irish store in Naas, Co Kildare last April followed by outlets in Drogheda, Navan, Portlaoise and Youghal.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Next Summer further stores will open in Carlow, Dublin, Sligo and Cork City.instagram.com/jysk.ie“Our goal is to establish new Jysk locations in towns and cities all over Ireland, so we can contribute to the local economy, especially in smaller communities where our job creation will be extremely valuable,” said Jysk Ireland country manager Roni Tuominen.Jysk is expected to have 10 full-time staff on average. LimerickNewsJobs boost for Limerick with new furniture store openingBy Meghann Scully – January 7, 2020 1816 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook 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 WhatsApp Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Emailcenter_img Previous articleGo on a virtual run with Ciara to help Children’s Grief CentreNext articleThe Breakdown EP126 Munster’s Worrying Slide Runs Into Crucial European Week Meghann Scully Advertisement TAGSJyskKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post Twitter Print Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League openerlast_img read more

Pardew vows to rebuild

first_img The 52-year-old, who saw midfielder Cabaye sold to Paris St Germain in midweek and then looked on as owner Mike Ashley and director of football Joe Kinnear failed to sign a replacement, found himself in the firing line as the Black Cats condemned the Magpies to a 3-0 home defeat for the second successive season. However, asked if he felt let down by the club’s hierarchy, he replied: “Listen, when you lose a player of Cabaye’s class, you want a replacement. But he didn’t arrive and I have to accept what was in my kitty today and going forward. Under-fire Newcastle boss Alan Pardew vowed to soldier on after the exit of star man Yohan Cabaye as derby defeat by Sunderland completed a dreadful week for him. “For me standing on the sideline today with a team where we were, it would have been nice to have had a player to give us a boost for the second half of the season, but he didn’t arrive. “What else can I say? You can keep asking the question and re-phrasing it, and I have answered it. “I don’t want to answer that question again, if you don’t mind. The bottom line is the players I have got, I have got to find a gameplan that is going to work for us.” Home fans among a crowd of 52,280 repeatedly voiced anti-Ashley and Kinnear chants both during and after a demoralising defeat, and one even ran on to the pitch and towards Pardew brandishing his season ticket with the mood turning ever uglier. Sunderland went ahead with 19 minutes gone when, after Vurnon Anita had tripped Phil Bardsley inside the box, Fabio Borini smashed the resulting penalty high past keeper Tim Krul. The in-form Adam Johnson made it 2-0 within four minutes after Krul could only parry Jack Colback’s deflected effort, his seventh goal in as many games, and Colback made sure 10 minutes from time with the Magpies in disarray. Pardew said: “Obviously in terms of the league position, we are okay. But today is a blow that is hard to take up here. “Football and this particular fixture means so much to them and it will scar the season for us, as this defeat always does whether it is for Sunderland or for us. “But the only thing I can do is prepare the team as best I can for next Saturday, and that’s what I will do.” Opposite number Gus Poyet was understandably thrilled with his side’s display, which landed them back-to-back Barclays Premier League wins for the first time since April last year and significantly boosted their chances of avoiding relegation. He said: “What a league this is. We need to keep going. “Before I said we needed to get safe somehow; now if we don’t stay up, it would be a shame because we have done a terrific job until now. “Now we are in a position where it is in our hands and we need to take it, so I am going to make sure that we do the right things from now until the end of the season.” Poyet reserved special praise for Johnson and debutant Liam Bridcutt, who started just a day after completing his move from Brighton. The Uruguayan said: “He knows the role perfectly. If there is one person in the world who knows the role I want that player to play, it’s Liam. “Not being able to play Lee Cattermole because he was injured for the last couple of games, it was a relief for me to have Liam in the team. “I had no doubt about playing him today and giving him a debut because I know that he knows what I want and what is needed in that role.” Press Associationlast_img read more

Chantel Osahor’s jumpless shot is a ‘God-given talent’

first_imgIt gives the Huskies a quick weapon to use against a Syracuse team that can be beat in transition, when its press can’t be set. When the two teams squared off in a November tournament, SU yielded only one Osahor 3 in a game she tallied only 10 points.Head coach Quentin Hillsman alluded to the biggest challenge when facing the junior, ambiguously listed on Washington’s website as a “Forward/Center,” is that she blurs positional lines. Her size allows her to be a defensive presence under the basket, while her touch behind the arc gives the Huskies’ offense a quick boost.She may be the biggest obstacle in the Orange reaching its’ first national championship. All without ever leaving the ground.“We didn’t forget about her the first time, (and) we’re not going to forget about her this time,” Hillsman said. “…We know that she’s kind of player when the ball touches her hand, she can make a play with it.” Comments Published on April 2, 2016 at 8:32 pm Contact Connor: [email protected] | @connorgrossman INDIANAPOLIS — Most people don’t think it’s pretty when they see it. Some don’t believe what they’re watching. Briana Day thought it was a joke the first time she saw it on film.But Chantel Osahor has unleashed her shot the same way since she was nine. She doesn’t jump. The 6-foot-2 Washington junior lumbers down the court at a slower pace than most, filling enough space on the floor to be considered a center. But 108 times she’s stopped short of the 3-point line and fired away.She receives the ball at her chest, raises it just above her shoulders and throws her arms forward as if she were releasing a chest pass. But 36 percent of the time the ball goes through the net. And she never leaves the ground.“I guess you could say it’s a god-given talent,” Osahor said. “If you don’t like it, then I guess it’s not a talent to you.“People always tell me I have to ‘jump,’ … and I always tell them: ‘Don’t fix what’s not broken.’”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textOsahor’s emerged as one of the most unique talents in college basketball, even on an unheralded Huskies team that finished the season unranked and fourth in its own conference. But she’s made a sizeable imprint in UW’s first-ever Final Four run, most recently nabbing a game-high 18 rebounds and scoring 24 points in an Elite Eight win over Stanford.Teams have struggled to box her out and tame the unique, jumpless shot. No. 4 seed Syracuse will try to next with its season on the line, as the Orange (29-7, 13-3 Atlantic Coast) faces the Huskies (26-10, 11-7 Pacific-12) on Sunday at 8:30 p.m. in the Final Four at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.Teammates also laud Osahor for her timely passing, something she can “see before it even happens.” Head coach Mike Neighbors said she thinks like a coach, communicating the game in ways most players can’t. Guard Kelsey Plum, the nation’s third-leading scorer, said people often don’t recognize Osahor’s decision-making ability.But unquestionably it’s her shot that dominates the conversation. She’s figured out how to shove the ball at the net, and that’s not a bad thing. Osahor’s field-goal percentage is highest among UW’s starters.“She’s playing chess,” Plum deadpanned, “everyone else is playing checkers.”Her unorthodox delivery finally snowballed into the national spotlight. ESPN’s “Sports Science” showcased Osahor in a short clip last month. The math-based feature revealed she cocks her elbows back at a 55-degree angle, diverting far from the “textbook” 90-degree jumper.Perhaps most notably is her shot-release time. Osahor gets her shot off in four-tenths of a second according to the video, the same release time as reigning NBA Most Valuable Player Stephen Curry.Plum blurted out about the video in Saturday’s team press conference, and Osahor unapologetically encouraged the media contingent to watch.“You guys should go look at it,” she said. “It’s pretty awesome.”center_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Big Ten Championships up next for men’s track

first_imgWisconsin track and field head coach Ed Nuttycombe has led the Badgers to 13 outdoor Big Ten Championships in his career at UW since 1984.[/media-credit]While many students partook in various festivities on Mifflin Street Saturday afternoon, the Wisconsin men’s track and field team was hard at work at the McClimon Track Complex, competing in its last regular season meet. The No. 11-ranked Badgers took home wins in 13 events in the Wisconsin Open, which was the final tuneup for the Big Ten Outdoor Championships this weekend in Columbus, Ohio.Wisconsin head coach Ed Nuttycombe spoke about the anticipation of the championships – slated to run from Friday through Sunday – at Monday’s press conference.“We’re very, very excited about the meet this weekend. We like to think we’re one of the teams that has a chance to win. I do think we’re in that position. I’m not sure it’s going to probably end up being quite as tight as it was indoors in the sense of it’s almost incredible when you have five teams within four points at the indoor meet, and we’re thankful to have come out on the top side of that,” Nuttycombe said of the exciting finish to the Big Ten Indoor Championships, which saw Wisconsin edge Illinois by 2 1/2 points for the crown.“But it will be a very competitive meet,” Nuttycombe added. “I do think there’s quite a few teams that have a chance on their given day to be on top. I think we are one of those.”One of the bigger obstacles for the Badgers to overcome this weekend won’t even be on the track, as Wisconsin lost one of its best athletes in junior Japheth Cato to a ruptured Achilles tendon two weekends ago at the Brutus Hamilton Invitational. The junior was named an indoor All-American both this year and last year and was last year’s Big Ten Field Athlete of the Year.Nuttycombe knows that missing Cato Saturday will be a large loss for his team. However, he also recognized one player doesn’t make a team, and the other athletes will have to be just that much better.“It does make it much more difficult, but I think that any team that depends upon one athlete is not a very good team, and that’s certainly not the case in our situation,” Nuttycombe said. “I mean, we have four athletes that are leading their respective events and we’ll just have to have everybody. It’s easy to say ‘step up,’ but I think we just have to have everybody have a good meet.”Despite losing one athlete to injury, the Badgers added two fresh faces last week to the roster in the form of football players Kenzel Doe and Dezmen Southward. According to Nuttycombe, he wasn’t sure exactly how the junior wide receiver and senior defensive back heard about the Badgers’ need for sprinters, but after talking to football head coach Gary Andersen, the two were cleared to come out and showcase their skills. In the Wisconsin Open Saturday, Southward finished fifth in 10.97 seconds and Doe finished three places behind in a time of 11.12 seconds.Nuttycombe was enthusiastic to have the two try the transition from the gridiron to the track and said he expects they will travel to the championships, although he doesn’t know if they will compete yet.“We had two football players take their shoulder pads and helmets off and come out, and they had a great time. Wonderful young men. It was kind of fun to watch them run. They really were very, very excited about it,” Nuttycombe said. “As far as where they fit in, we’ll probably make that decision when we leave Wednesday for the meet.”As far as the competition Saturday is concerned, the Badgers will be looking to defend their title from the indoor season as well as their title from a year ago in the outdoor championships.Winning could prove to be a difficult task without Cato competing, but Nuttycombe still expects his team to finish near the top of the standings.“Team wise, I would have to say probably Nebraska and Illinois are a little bit of a step ahead of a group of schools of which I think we’re included in that second tier,” Nuttycombe said. “With Cato, it would have been a little easier. Here again, I’m not going to dwell on that because, as I said earlier, if you have a team that counts on one athlete, you’re really, truly not a good team, and that’s certainly not the case.”last_img read more