Striker Knight released by Stones

first_imgStriker Kieran Knight has been released by Wealdstone for financial reasons.He joined the Stones on loan from Maidenhead in January and then signed for the club in the summer, but did not establish himself as a first team regular.Knight, 30, has also played for Hayes & Yeading, Hampton & Richmond and Northwood.AdChoices广告last_img

Syracuse men’s basketball opponent preview: What to know about Pittsburgh

first_imgWith a chance at its third consecutive road win, Syracuse (16-9, 8-4 Atlantic Coast) visits Pittsburgh (13-11, 2-9) on Saturday at 1 p.m. The Panthers, reeling since the first time these two teams met, are near the cellar of the ACC while SU has surprised many in its recent resurgence to the top four of the best conference in college basketball.Here’s what you need to know about Kevin Stallings’ team before the game.All-time series: Syracuse leads, 66-44Last time they played: In a somewhat surprising twist given the horrid nonconference slate Syracuse was coming off, the Orange jumped out to a 21-point halftime lead against Pitt in the Carrier Dome on Jan. 7. The Panthers scored 24 more points in the second half than they did the first, but it wasn’t enough as SU cruised to a 77-66 win. Jamel Artis and Michael Young led the visitors with 23 and 17 points, respectively, while Andrew White and John Gillon both topped 20 for SU as the Orange moved to 2-1 in league play with a second straight home win.The Pittsburgh report: The Panthers are coming off an 11-point win at Boston College, its first win in league play in over a month after eight straight losses. Among those defeats was a 106-51 thrashing at the hands of No. 4 Louisville, one of several unexpected eviscerations in conference play this season. Pitt ranks in the bottom three in the country, according to Kenpom.com, in steal percentage – amount of opponent possessions that end in Pittsburgh steals. Syracuse has been pretty good at taking care of the ball (top 100 in the country in turnover percentage) and shouldn’t have a problem doing so in Pittsburgh on Saturday. Pitt big man Ryan Luther won’t play due to injury and Artis, who twisted his ankle in the win against BC, is expected to play.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textHow Syracuse beats the Panthers: Protect the 3-point line. On Jan. 7, Pittsburgh missed all seven of its long balls in the first half and it gave Syracuse enough cushion to allow six makes from behind the arc in the second half. Artis and Michael Young, along with Chris Jones and Cameron Johnson, are certainly capable from lighting it up from 3-point range. While Pitt ranks 12th in the ACC in 3-point field-goal percentage (36.9), the Panthers have tied for the fourth-most 3s taken in the conference. Syracuse just has to hope Pitt has another off day from deep or else that could spell the end of its winning streak.Stat to know:53 — Kenpom gives Pitt a 53-percent chance to win Saturday’s game since the Panthers are at home, despite Syracuse being five and a half games up in conference playPlayer to watch: Michael Young, forward, No. 2Young leads the ACC with 20.8 points per game and he chips in over seven rebounds per contest. He shot 6-of-15 from the field last time the two teams played, and his four offensive rebounds contributed to a 17-7 Pitt advantage on the offensive glass. Young takes 32.5 percent of the team’s shots, a percentage that ranks 33rd in the nation for an individual player. Comments Published on February 10, 2017 at 5:46 pm Contact Matt: mcschnei@syr.edu | @matt_schneidman Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

MORE FREE GIFTS FROM HEALTHWISE PHARMACIES

first_imgTo celebrate the huge success of the Healthwise online photo and gift service, Healthwise Pharmacies are offering a free personalised photo mug with any online order.Simply log on to www.healthwisepharmacies.ie and place your order – enter the code MUG1 in the voucher section and add a free mug to your order.The Healthwise service continues to offer great value in photos and special gifts with the added convenience of online ordering from home. What sets Healthwise apart from others, is their ability to offer free collection from any of their network of pharmacies throughout Donegal, Sligo and Galway.This avoids the delivery charges which catch many people out when ordering other cheap or ‘free’ goods online.*Healthwise can also deliver any order directly to the home*This online service is available for all photo processing, enlargements, canvas printing and photo gifts, with the full range of products and prices available on www.healthwisepharmacies.ie Director Liam Grimley told Donegal Daily that they have been blown away with the popularity of the service.Grimley said, “We’re particularly proud of the regular feedback we get on how easy the website is to use, and on the quality of the products.“The demand for Photo Gifts such as personalised Mugs, T-shirts and Phone covers has been unprecedented, and is expected to grow further as Christmas approaches.As a thank you for recent support, Healthwise has decided to offer this free photo mug to all users.Click link below and order your free Photo Mug worth 4.99 ( Fuji charge 14.99 for the same mug ). These can then be collected in any Healthwise Pharmacy totally free of charge, or will be delivered directly to the home for a modest delivery charge.Click – Order – Collect Free Mug! ( N.B. No purchase necessary – simply process an order for Mug , enter the code, and collect totally free of charge ).MORE FREE GIFTS FROM HEALTHWISE PHARMACIES was last modified: November 7th, 2014 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:BusinessFeaturesfreeHealthwise PharmaciesMug-Shotnewslast_img read more