Agnes “Tuddy” Clark, 77, of Osgood passed away Wednesday, August 14, 2019 at her home with family by her side. Tuddy was born Saturday, July 11, 1942 in Batesville, Indiana, the daughter of Anthony and Lorena (Wiwi) Riehle. She was a member of Lighthouse Baptist Church in Milan. She retired from Milan Elementary School as a custodian and enjoyed dancing, walking, but especially loved her family and friends.Tuddy is survived by sons: Robert E. Jr. Clark of Greendale, Tony (Kris) Clark of Milan, Patrick Clark of Scottsburg and Chris Clark of Dillsboro; daughters Malissa (Dale) Scott of Tipp City, Ohio, Kim Hensley of Batesville, Cheri (Doug) Cooke of Milan and Stephanie (Malachi) Martin of Batesville; brothers: Donnie Riehle of Sunman, Cilfford (Alice) Riehle of Harrison, Ohio, Ralph Riehle and Richard Riehle both of Sunman; sisters: Rita (Melvin) Schutte and Audrey Hornberger both of Batesville and Deloris “Peachy” (Tony) Rippberger of Sunman; 13 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, Robert Clark, Sr. and brother Harold Riehle.A service celebrating her life will be held 4 PM Sunday, August 18, 2019 at Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home in Milan with Pastor Dale Scott officiating. Burial will follow in St. Paul Lutheran Cemetery. Family and friends may gather to share and remember her 1 – 4 PM Sunday, August 18 also at the funeral home. Memorials may be given in honor of Tuddy to Donor’s Choice. Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, 707 South Main Street, Milan, IN 47031, (812)654-2141. You may go to www.lawscarrmoore.com to leave an online condolence message for the family.
Lois C Dean an important loving member of the Napoleon area community, passed away on October 8, 2019 surrounded by her family in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Lois was born on July 29, 1930 the daughter of the late Benjamin and Cecilia (Ross) Finnell. in Covington, KY. She grew up in the Napoleon area and was a proud “Bearcat” graduating from Napoleon High School in 1948.Lois was a faithful and lifelong member of the Napoleon United Methodist Church, she enjoyed helping with the youth, whether it be Sunday School or Vacation Bible School. At the young age of 16 she spread her wings and worked at Schrafft’s Restaurant in New York City, spent a couple years working at the Grand Canyon, making several new friends while there. However, she would return to her “roost” in Napoleon and marry Joe Dean in 1949. She was working in offices in Indianapolis and Cincinnati. After the children were grown, she spent several years helping kids once again as the secretary for guidance counselor Mr. Wolter at Jac-Cen-Del High School. Lois completed her working career at Hill-Rom.Retirement didn’t see her slow down, as she donated countless hours to Margaret Mary Hospital helping to deliver medicines from the pharmacy to patients. She was an accomplished Euchre and Pinochle player, playing several times a week around Ripley and Decatur County. She was extremely competitive, gracious in her winning, while often losing. She was always up for a trip to the “Boat”, having several lucky streaks as of late.Lois enjoyed cooking and baking; her cream pies were often the favorite of gathering groups. She was passionate about her Indiana Hoosiers and Cincinnati Reds, she enjoyed watching them and putting her favorite puzzles together.Lois loved her family and her friends appreciated her steadfast loyalty. Her passing will leave a big hole in Napoleon and with her family. She was proud of her Native American Heritage.She is survived by daughter Rebecca (Stephen) Stein of Batesville, sons; Benjamin “Benny” of Napoleon and David (Angela)of Tampa, Florida, grandchildren; Teill Nicole, Joseph, Brandie, Matt, and Alyssa, and great grandchildren; Mylie Marcum, Gage Vicosnic, and Mason Dean. Lois was preceded in death by husband Joe, sisters; Sherry Woolf, Sidney Rohlfing, her parents Ben and Cecelia Finnell, and infant son Douglas Scott.Visitation will be held on Sunday October 13, 2019 from 12-2 pm. at Neal’s Funeral Home in Osgood. Funeral services will be held at 2 pm. also at Neal’s Funeral Home with burial following at the Napoleon Lutheran Church.
Press Association The Wales international may have grown at White Hart Lane but it was on the south coast that he honed his talent. Having graduated from Saints’ academy, Bale progressed to the first-team aged 16 and impressed enough in the second tier to earn a move to Tottenham at the end of his maiden season. The 23-year-old has become one of the world’s best since moving to north London in 2007 and this week picked up a clean sweep of gongs for the season’s standout player. Saints face the unenviable task of attempting to shackle Bale and Pochettino said: “He is a very decisive player – an amazing player because of his speed, strength and goalscoring abilities.” The Southampton manager added: “He has shown that throughout the season this year so I rate him very highly. “Our collective game needs to be very strong tomorrow. We can’t just focus on Gareth Bale – there are other players in that team that can raise their game. “In a collective sense, we need to be very focused and mentally ready as we need to be in every single game that we play in the Premier League. We always need to be mentally focused as you never know.” Bale is one of a number of high-profile players to have left Saints in recent years after coming through the club’s youth system. Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are other notable departures but Pochettino believes the days of selling young talent are over. “With this current club’s ambition, dedication and vision for the future, it would be very hard for Gareth Bale to leave this club,” said the Argentinian, who last week spoke of his Champions League ambitions. “Right now, our mentality is to keep our best players and we spoke that with Nicola [Cortese, executive chairman] from the first day. We want to keep our greatest talents but at the same time now we need more time in order to develop our greatest talents as it happened with Bale, Oxlade-Chamberlain and Walcott. “Now we need to be able to keep our greatest players, our greatest talents like Luke Shaw and James Ward-Prowse, in order for them to develop their football and become top footballers. It is a shame we don’t have these three players available for Southampton now but that is our project for the future.” Mauricio Pochettino believes Gareth Bale is an “amazing player” and one which would not have left Southampton for Saturday’s opponents Tottenham under the current regime.
United confirmed last Monday that they had made a first offer for the former Arsenal star, and manager David Moyes said at a press conference in Yokohama that a second offer had been lodged. Executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward returned to the UK ahead of schedule last Wednesday to carry out some urgent transfer business, and Moyes confirmed: “As I understand it, Ed had a response (to the first offer). We have made a second offer but Ed is dealing with it rather than me.” So far, United have not made any new signings this summer, other than Uruguay Under-20 star Guillermo Varela. And whilst Moyes accepts there may come a time when he has to walk away from the deal, that position has not been reached yet. “I think a point does come,” said Moyes. “But when you are interested in good players you want to give it every opportunity to materialise. I will hope things will continue to move forward. “At this moment in time I can only tell you Ed Woodward is working hard to try and make the deals happen. We hope some of them will fall into place shortly.” In addition to Fabregas, Moyes has also been linked with marquee signings Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale, plus Everton duo Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini. So far though, there has been no reinforcements. And Moyes admitted he can understand why some fans are nervous. “I can understand that feeling,” he said. “But there have been quite a few changes. Other managers have changed their clubs too and everybody thought this might be the summer when transfers are done later in the month. “That was always the thought I had when I came into the club. You have to remember I only started on July 1, so in truth I have only been in the job three weeks at this present time.” Manchester United have made a second bid for Barcelona and Spain midfielder Cesc Fabregas. Press Association
Aston Villa fans will hope to see the benefits of a meeting of minds between manager Paul Lambert and Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola this week. “I’ve been away for a couple of days so I don’t know anything about all that,” he said. “I can’t get involved in it. Managers being criticised has come into the game more and more. I don’t think it’s nice and it doesn’t help the team. “Nigel’s a good guy, I’ve met him a few times. I don’t know anything about it as I’ve been away, so I’ll probably leave it at that. “It’s not nice when it happens to you. It’s come more into the game, with the banners etc too. It can hurt the team and the team is the most important thing. “I don’t like it. I don’t like seeing things like that. I know how hard the job is and it’s not nice. It’s a ‘free hit’, to have a go at the manager with a banner or chants. “On the whole the fans have been fantastic with me here.” Lambert confirmed he had spoken to Roy Keane this week following his assistant’s departure from the club. Keane quit just months into his role to focus on his primary job as Republic of Ireland number two, but Lambert, who has yet to focus on finding a replacement, insisted the split was amicable. “I spoke to Roy after the Palace game (Tuesday’s 1-0 win) about the reason’s it’s happened and there’s been no problem,” he said. Press Association “I was watching them train and had some meetings with people,” he said. “It was a good experience for me. “I know people there. It was absolutely brilliant, first class. “We (Lambert and Guardiola) had a really good chat. I also know Matthias Sammer (the Bayern sporting director and former Dortmund team-mate of Lambert) as well. “I met a few people there and it’s an absolutely first-class football club. “It was brilliant. A real eye-opener.” The Scot was reluctant to disclose exactly what he had learned. “I think what I saw there should probably stay in my own head,” he said. “If you want to see it, maybe go and try and have a look.” Lambert goes up against Leicester counterpart Nigel Pearson in the Barclays Premier League on Sunday and was reluctant to comment on the Foxes manager’s midweek spat with a supporter. Lambert flew to Germany to spend time watching the German giants train and sit down with former Barcelona coach Guardiola. The Villa boss has extensive contacts in the Bundesliga from his playing career with Borussia Dortmund and took full advantage with an “eye-opening” trip to Bavaria.
Press Association It is understood the Black Cats have paid a fee in the region of £8million for the 27-year-old, who can play on the wing or as a forward. He is reunited with head coach Dick Advocaat, having previously played under him at PSV Eindhoven and AZ Alkmaar. Holland midfielder Jeremain Lens has completed his move from Dynamo Kiev to Sunderland, signing a four-year contract with the Wearside club on Wednesday. Advocaat said: “We have signed an international player and I am delighted to welcome him to Sunderland. “He is a very well-known player in Europe and has played over 30 games for the Dutch national side, which shows his calibre. “I have worked with him twice already, at PSV and AZ, so I know him well; he is fast and he has scored goals everywhere he has played so that will help the team.” Lens brings experience of both the Champions League and Europa League to the Stadium of Light, and also has a number of honours to his name, having won the Eredivisie with AZ in 2009, the KNVB Cup with PSV in 2012 and the Ukrainian Premier League with Dynamo this past season. Black Cats sporting director Lee Congerton said: “We’re absolutely delighted to sign a player of Jeremain’s quality, who has Champions League experience and is a regular for Holland, one of the world’s strongest national teams. “He’s a direct and quick player with or without the ball and those characteristics are something we’ve been lacking as a side.” Lens’ arrival completes a mixed day for Sunderland in the transfer market as they saw a move for Zenit St Petersburg defender Nicolas Lombaerts fall through. Sources close to the club have indicated that the deal fell apart because of an issue picked up by medics. Rumours that the 30-year-old Belgium international had failed a medical began to circulate on Tuesday evening, and it is understood that a proposed £5million transfer has now been put on hold.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. London: Australia batsman Steve Smith just missed his third Ashes hundred in as many innings after returning following a sickening blow to the neck from a Jofra Archer bouncer on the fourth day of the second Test against England at Lord’s on Saturday. Smith’s 92 was the centrepiece of Australia’s 250 all out in reply to England’s first innings 258.The star batsman had made 80 when he was felled by a bouncer from World Cup-winner Archer, making his Test debut, timed at 92.4 mph. The ball struck him on the side of the neck and head.Smith, fell face forward onto the ground. He was wearing a helmet without the additional neck protection that was introduced following the death of Phillip Hughes after his former Australia team-mate was hit by a bouncer in a 2014 domestic Sheffield Shield match in Sydney.Smith, who had marked his comeback Test following a 12-month ball-tampering ban, with innings of 144 and 142 in Australia’s 251-run win in the series opener at Edgbaston last week, received several minutes of on-field treatment involving both teams’ medical staff.He got to his feet but eventually retired hurt, with Smith receiving a generous round of applause as he walked back into the pavilion.Archer had previously struck Smith, then on 70, on his unprotected forearm with another bouncer during a fiery eight-over spell that cost 31 runs. And it was that injury, not the blow to the neck, which an Australia team spokesman said prevented Smith from fielding at the start of England’s second innings.“Steve Smith is off the field because of his sore left forearm and has been taken for a precautionary X-ray of that arm after being struck there during his innings,” the spokesman said.Earlier, Smith’ resumed his innings as soon as he could when Peter Siddle’s exit left Australia 218-7. From the second and third balls he faced on his return after 46 minutes off the field, Smith hit two fours off Chris Woakes—a slammed shot over mid-on followed by a backfoot drive through the covers.But on 92, facing his ninth ball, Smith shouldered arms to a Woakes delivery that nipped back and was plumb lbw to leave Australia 234-8. In total, he faced 161 balls including 14 fours.Smith turned towards the pavilion, signalling that he was reviewing umpire Chris Gaffaney’s decision almost as an after-thought before replays confirmed his dismissal.This series, the first of the ICC’s new World Test Championship, has seen the introduction of concussion protocols designed to allow injured batsmen to be replaced by a substitute—previously restricted to fielding duty alone. Smith assessed on pitch The Australia spokesman insisted Smith’s health had not been put at undue risk by letting him resume his innings. “Steve was hit on the neck below the left ear,” the spokesman said.“He was assessed lying on the pitch at the instructions of team doctor Richard Saw. Dr Saw made the precautionary decision to remove Steve from the field of play to have him further assessed under Cricket Australia’s head impact protocol.“Steve then passed his assessments and will now be monitored on an ongoing basis, as is routine,” he saidStuart Broad, leading the attack in the absence of the injured James Anderson, England’s all-time leading wicket-taker, took 4-65 in 27.3 overs and Woakes 3-61 in 19.Archer finished with figures of 2-59 in 29. Australia had resumed Saturday on 80-4 with Smith 12 not out and Matthew Wade, who also made a hundred at Edgbaston, unbeaten on nought.Broad soon had Wade caught low down by Rory Burns at third slip for an innings of six that took 45 balls. Smith, amid some typically extravagant ‘leaves’, completed his fifty when he lofted spinner Jack Leach over long-on for four.
WWE NXT put down a massive show in their second complete week of NXT on USA Network. The previous week was not great for NXT but they managed to raise the bar higher after facing competition from AEW Dynamite’s weekly debut. There were three huge matches with Lio Rush going against NXT Cruiserweight champion Drew Gulak and Kushida getting his hands on NXT champion Walter. However, the non-title fight between Isaiah “Swerve” Scott and NXT North American champion Roderick AStrong managed to take a great shape unexpectedly. The return of Finn Balor and Tommaso Ciampa added more energy to the NXT with a green signal from fans. Also Read- WWE NXT Results: Adam Cole Defeats Riddle; Shayna Vs LeRae And MoreWWE NXT results and ratingsCruiserweight Championship- Lio Rush defeated Drew Gulak via pinfall (Grade-A)Challenger Lio Rush started the match with aggression. Gulak planted Cyclone Crash on Rush but he managed to escape the pinfall. The match was on Gulak’s side until Lio Rush managed to hit him with the Come-Up and the Final Hour. Gulak did not have any answer to the blows and lost his belt via pinfall. Written By LIVE TV First Published: 10th October, 2019 21:32 IST SUBSCRIBE TO US COMMENT FOLLOW US NXT results: Forgotten Sons defeated Breezango via pinfall (Grade- B)Breezango had a promising start in the match. Fandango hit a sunset bomb followed by a Tope Con Hilo on Riker. However, they could not keep in the match and got dominated by Wesley Blake. Despite a good performance, Breezango lost the match.NXT results: Cameron Grimes defeated Boa Via pinfall (Grade- C)The interesting match-up got ruined due to Kilian Dane’s involvement. Grimes distracted Boa by pointing towards the ramp in beginning and landed a running Double Stomp. Kilian Dane further interfered in the match and hit Boa with a Vader Bomb. After Kilian’s involvement, Cameron got an easy win in the match.NXT results: Roderick Strong defeated Isaiah “Swerve” Scott (Grade- A)Strong and Scott put down a massive show with heavy wrestling display throughout. However Strong managed to gain control by planting a Back Breaker. Scott managed to regain his momentum with a superkick and DDT but the Undisputed Era came in and ruined the match. Roderick managed to get the victory with Undisputed Era’s involvement.Also Read- WWE News: Hulk Hogan Wishes For A Retirement Match Vs Vince McMahon NXT results: Bianca Belair defeated Dakota Kai via pinfall (Grade B)Dakota was offensive in the match but could not beat Belair’s physical power. Belair hit a Standing Shooting Star followed by Kiss Of Death to Kai. Kai could not get back and lost the match to Belair. After the victory, Belair challenged to dethrone Baszler. WATCH US LIVE NXT results: Walter defeated Kushida via pinfall (Grade- A)Walter dominated the entire match but lost the momentum in between. Despite facing a DDT and dropkick, Walter came back in his style and defeated Kushida. The non-title fight was highly loved by the fans. Walter has his eyes on title-shot now. Last Updated: 10th October, 2019 21:32 IST WWE NXT Results: Fight Reports, Grades And Other Details From WWE WWE NXT came up with a massive showdown with Lio Rush as the new NXT Cruiserweight champion. Know more about the match results and match grades of the last NXT. Raj Sarkar Also Read- WWE SmackDown Draft 2019: PredictionsNXT results: Rhea Ripley defeated Aaliyah via submission (Grade-B)Rhea Ripley had a quick day at defeated her rival with ease. Ripley landed an impressive dropkick and locked Aaliyah in a reverse cloverleaf. Aaliya was found helpless and tapped out with no other option to look for. After an impressive win, Rhea called out for NXT Women’s Champion Shayna Baszler.
LIVE TV Written By 1 month ago Olympians, world c’ship participants to get direct entry to NIS Patiala’s coaching course 1 month ago SAI forms sub-committee to strengthen quality of its faculties at all NIS Centres First Published: 18th August, 2020 13:00 IST Last Updated: 18th August, 2020 15:01 IST NIS Patiala Employee Tests COVID-19 Positive A National Institute of Sports (NIS) Patiala employee has tested COVID-19 positive and has been shifted to a COVID Centre as per protocol 3 months ago NIS Diploma Course: 46 seats for eminent athletes, test to focus more on sporting aptitude 1 month ago SAI forms inquiry committee to investigate boxers’ alleged violation at NIS Patiala 10 months ago Manika Batra praises PM Modi’s efforts to empower women WATCH US LIVE WE RECOMMEND COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US Suman Ray A National Institute of Sports (NIS) Patiala employee has tested COVID-19 positive and has been shifted to a COVID Centre as per protocol.NIS Patiala’s catering manager, who travelled from Lucknow, UP earlier this week, has tested positive for COVID-19 virus on Tuesday.READ | Nelson Gets Back To Work As Colts Hold 1st Padded PracticeHe along with two other officials had reported back to NIS Patiala after availing leave and were quarantined as per guidelines of Local Health Department and tested for COVID-19 upon arrival. While the other two employees tested negative, the catering manager’s test results came out positive for the virus and he has thus been shifted to a COVID Centre for better treatment and as a precautionary measure.As he was in quarantine since arrival, he has not interacted with others at NIS Patiala.READ | Sarita Devi Contracts COVID-19, Takes Heart From Cancer-battling Dingko Who Beat VirusEarlier, a Sports Authority of India (SAI) coach posted in Dr Karni Singh Shooting Range had tested positive on July 30 for the new Coronavirus disease (COVID-19). As per SAI, the result of the test was intimated to the authorities by the coach the same day.According to SAI, the coach had visited the centre’s administrative department only once on July 24. A statement from SAI claims that she did not visit the Field of Play or interacted with any athlete training at the centre and all actions as per protocol have been taken. SAI informed that the centre has been sanitized and training of shooters won’t be affected.READ | Jaspal Rana Gets His Due, Recommended For This Year’s Dronacharya AwardEarlier in May, a similar incident had happened in NIS centre in Bangalore where one of the cooks at the Centre died and later tested positive for coronavirus. A number of leading Indian athletes have been staying throughout the lockdown at the Centre. Among the athletes who are at the facility include India men’s and women’s senior hockey players and 10 members of the athletics squad who are all training for the postponed Tokyo Olympics.READ | COVID-19 Impact: Boxing’s Asian Championship In India Postponed To 2021Image credits: PTI FOLLOW US
Football legend Diego Maradona underwent successful eye surgery on Tuesday, his surgeon said.Maradona, 52, underwent surgery to correct presbyopia, age-related loss of ability to focus on close-by objects, in the western Argentine city of Mendoza.“Maradona was fine, it was a normal routine presbyopia procedure we do. He did well; he’s a great patient,” surgeon Roberto Zaldivar told reporters.Maradona was expected to undergo a checkup before returning to Buenos Aires and then on to Dubai where he is a sports ambassador.