Sorti sur blessure en toute fin de rencontre face à l’Irlande du Nord jeudi soir après avoir été touché à la cheville, Gerson Rodrigues devrait être finalement opérationnel pour le match de qualification pour l’Euro-2020 face à la Serbie mardi soir au stade Josy-Barthel.Le minuscule rictus de Gerson Rodrigues ressemblait à une précaution d’usage. Comment sa cheville se portait-elle après que Flanagan, défenseur central sauvage, la lui eut méticuleusement découpée en fin de rencontre à Belfast? Elle le portait et c’est déjà pas mal.Alors le «bof» de l’ailier gauche, qui faisait écho aux nouvelles rassurantes dispensées par le président de la fédération himself («Ce n’était finalement qu’un coup», assure Paul Philipp), n’est en fait qu’un signe de ponctuation d’une soirée décevante et d’un réveil légèrement douloureux : il va bien et devrait pouvoir s’aligner contre la Serbie, mardi. Et Kevin Malget, travaillé lui par tout autre chose (sa boulette en forme de but contre son camp)? Sorti pour une alerte musculaire, le défenseur devra passer une IRM ces prochains jours puisque le corps médical se pose ouvertement la question de sa capacité à jouer contre les Serbes.LQ Partager
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – On Saturday, May 25th, 2019, the FSJ Hospital Foundation held the 20th Bluey Day Fundraiser, raising over $80,000.00 for cancer diagnostic, treatment, careand equipment.48 participants attended the Fort St. John Ambulance Station where participants collected a minimum of $500 in pledges from the community and then shave their heads wanting to show their support for cancer patients, survivors, or remember those lost to cancer.The foundation’s desire is to have a complete set of equipment here in FSJ, so patients do not have to endure the extra stress of travel and allowing patients to stay close to home where they can receive the support of their friends and family.- Advertisement -Cory Hermans participated in this year’s Bluey Day for the first time raising $1700 and he shares his girlfriend Anne Hunter also participated in raising $3000. Herman goes on to share his grandfather and mother both died from cancer and he sees his patients fight cancer every day as he is a Pharmacist at the Fort St. John Pharmacy and Wellness Centre.“I know that all the money from Bluey Days stays local and even though most of the time there is no cure, we can do whatever it takes to make the journey as comfortable as possible,” said Hermans. “When my mom was palliating the nurses and doctors were so amazing and made all the difference in the world, if our community can raise a little money to help out and make what’s left of life a little better, then I think I can be a part of it.”New additions to the event this year included henna art as well as a beard growing competition that was held Friday night before Bluey Days at Beard’s Brewing Co.Advertisement The Foundation’s first Bluey Day was held in 1998 and through the generosity ofdonors, over $1.8 million has been raised for cancer diagnostic, treatment, careand equipment.
A very ‘HAPPY’ day was had by all in Arranmore yesterday for the 2nd Anuual Wee Neilly Hospice Day.The Boyle family at Smugglers want to say a A MASSIVE THANK YOU to each and everybody that attended the event.They were delighted to have …. Trad na nóg performing…..the KEADUE band … . the MULLADUFF band… the CRICKAMORE band… the DUNGLOE senior band…. the MAGHERY band…. the ARRANMORE pipe band…. Darren and lovely Irish dancers from Eilis Boyle school of dancing & Fionn Duggan….Geraldine Bonner, Aishling, Karl & Joseph…. The Arranmore & Burtonport musicians and finally Rambling Fever. A FANTASTIC €3,400 was raised at the event, in aid of the Donegal Hospice. PICTURE SPECIAL: GREAT DAY’S CRAIC AT ANNUAL ARRANMORE HOSPICE DAY was last modified: May 5th, 2014 by John2Share 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:AnnualarranmoreHospiceWee Neilly Day
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